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The most competitive region in the state of Georgia, and possibly the Southeast is Gwinnett County. Located in the northeastern corridor of metro Atlanta, Gwinnett boasts multiple state championships at the high school level. They also send countless athletes to universities on a football scholarship. The GFL (Gwinnett Football League) is the recreational arm that feeds the competitive high schools. Gwinnett Grind covers every angle of football being played in Gwinnett County.
Expansion is always a good thing. Please listen in as I discuss new ideas that are taking shape in the future for Grind Sports, Inc. There are new partnerships to announce as well as the newly formed "Gwinnett Grind Football and Leadership Academy."
Please join host Nathan Rideaux as the first episode of Gwinnett Grind is aired. This show is a year-round platform for those who enjoy the topic of football. We can never get enough of it. There are always new things to talk about in the most competitive region of the the state of Georgia. From the high school ranks on down to the recreational youth league, this show will brings a host of notable figures with many interesting conversations. Joining me this episode will be Kenyatta Watson/ Head Coach of the Gwinnett Chargers of the Metro Atlanta Youth Football Association. We will discuss the sucess of his team in its inaugural season as well as the upcoming 2011 season and the importance of off-season training for today's young athletes.
A look at how students have no constitutional protection on school campuses in Gwinnett County, Georgia. Assitant Princilas are afforded ravenous powers to investigate, interview and interrogate students without representation of any kind.
Recent traffic stop situations in the the last year, racial tensions are Code Orange, when it comes to Civil Liberties..
What should be expected from the driver, and how should an officer perform, is a mystery, as well as, the source of the madness.
Thankfully with the instructional information of Major C. L. Clemons #451 North Precinct /District 3 Commander and Lieutenant J.D. McClure #530 Gwinnett County Police Dept. Office of Professional Standards, drivers will know what to expect while traveling through Georgia this Spring and Summer in 2015.
Safety before race is the most important reason for a traffic stop in Georgia.
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About Coach Tony Ballard
Coach Tony Ballard is a guy who knew in high school that one day he would become a coach, a teacher, and motivator for kids playing the Quarterback position. He learned the true meaning of working hard from Henry “SHAKE” Washington and Clarence Higdon. He also discovered a simple fact – Failure Is Not An Option!!
Coach Ballard attended Florida A&M University where he learned the Quarterback position by playing and studying the fundamental techniques that make a Quarterback GREAT! He truly believes you must be a student of the game first, so that you can be a master at it later.
Tony was the first head coach with the New Tampa Wildcats to win a National Championship. This is where he began to have an eye for recognizing Quarterback talent in the Tampa Bay area and when he began training young Quarterbacks. After years of experience working with Quarterbacks at all levels, he started “HUSTLE INC QUARTERBACKS CLINIC ACADEMY”.
Over the past 15 years, Coach Ballard has helped develop hundreds of Quarterbacks from refining their technique in the position to teaching them the value of being a leader on the field and in the classroom. Coach Ballard’s attention to detail, knowledge of the game, and the ability to translate complex techniques into an easily recognizable language separates him from the rest!
He participated at the 2013 Eastbay All American Game as Offensive Coordinator and Quarterback Coach on 4 state championship Teams. He also has coached 2 high school All American Quarterbacks.
Coach Ballard is an active member of the 2012 “FBU” FOOTBALL UNIVERSITY Quarterback coaching staff. In 2011, he was a member in FBU Top Gun Camp Quarterback coaching staff where the top players at their position from across the country showcased their talents.
Coach Ballard currently serves as the Lead QB
Today on The Boochcast, Booch and Desmond talk about Desmond having to pick up his siblings from school, Keeping score in little league baseball, hazing on public school sports teams, we recap Monday Night RAW, and Booch ranks the Best Public High Schools in the Atlanta Metro Area.
Ifeoluwa Adaralegbe (Ife) has always been fascinated by the power of touch. That fascination blossomed into a dream of becoming a massage therapist. Ife returned to school in 2007 where she attended rising Spirit Institute aka Gwinnett College in Sandy Springs, GA. There she earned her nationally recognized certification as a Neuromuscular Therapist and graduated with honors. Ife uses a wide variety of techniques that heal the mind, body, and spirit. Ms. Adaralegbe claims that therapy is teamwork. The therapist and the client coming together to heal the body!
February 4, 2015, 1pm CST
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Current safety and risk management guidelines necessitate that organizations develop and formally manage their understanding and knowledge of the standards and protocols of risk management. Join us as James Roughton discusses what curation is and ways safety and risk management professionals can become curators and get the tools and methods on how to manage electronic documents/data collected during the development of safety management systems.
James Roughton, Certified Safety Professional, Six Sigma Black Belt
James is a safety professional, experience in social medial productivity, and is an active member and webmaster of the Georgia Safety Conference Advisory Board, past President of the American Society of Safety Engineers (ASSE) Georgia Chapter; Past Chair for the Gwinnett Safety Professionals Association and is an adjunct instructor in the College of Occupational Safety and Health at Columbia Southern University. He has received management awards for his efforts and was named the ASSE Georgia Chapter Safety Professional of the Year (SPY) 1998-1999, Project Safe Georgia Safety Professional, 2008, and the Georgia Department of Labor, Earl Everett Distinguished Service Award 2014.
Christie Ball has been working with the Marketing and Outreach department for 4 and a half years. Christie is currently working as the Partnership Liaison for CSU, but spent the last four years representing the Occupational Safety and Health degree programs at various industry related conferences throughout the United States.
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