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Northeast Mississippi Alcorn State University Alumni Chapter will celebrate their Black History and Scholarship Banquet on Saturday February 21, 2015 at the Summit Center 852 Gloster Street in Tupelo, MS. You can listen to a live broadcast starting at 7:00 pm by calling 323-580-5735. Dr. Alfred Rankins Jr. Alcorn State University 19th President will deliver words of encouragement to help hoist our university into the next stratosphere. Please share this information with friends and others who cannot attend to join the grand celebration via a live broadcast at 7:00pm.
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In this episode, Frank Speaks with Dave Oatis, USGA Director of the Northeast Region of the Green Section about Winter Injury in the Northeast, waking the course up in the Spring, and Dave's favorite topic: Golf Tree Management Programs. After another tough winter in the North, Dave and Frank speak about addressing current injury and strategies for preventing future damage. This will include a lively discussion on tree management and winter damage! Presented by DryJect, Maximus by DryJect, and True-Surface by Turfline.
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Today on "Frosted Pop" host David Jeffrey Frost looks at the drone landing on the White House lawn, the big snowstorm, Sam Smith and Tom Petty and Kobe Bryant. "Frosted Pop" is brought to you by your friendly Isagenix Indenpendent Associate at www.Purpose.Isagenix.com.
May 23rd, the Spaced Out Radio Network welcomes Nancy Talbott to Spaced Out Weekend with host James Tyson. Ms Talbott is the Field Research Coordinator and press contact for the BLT Research Team (John Burke, William C. Levengood and Nancy Talbott), which has been examining plants and soils in crop formations in several countries. They have also studied the electromagnetic environments, unusual animal deaths in the U.S. and Canada, and UFO trace-cases since 1989.
In the late 1960s and early 1970s, Ms. Talbott worked as a Research Assistant at the University of Maryland and at Harvard University. She then became an independent producer of Appalachian music festivals in the northeast. Since 1992 she has devoted 100% of her time to the development of a cohesive, well-trained field sampling and reporting network in several countries. This network has supplied the thousands of samples examined in-depth by Levengood, biophysicist, and others over the last nine years.
Ms. Talbott lectures to groups internationally which are interested in learning about the physical abnormalities in the plants and soils associated with these phenomena and the hypotheses developed so far to help organize the laboratory data within a scientific context.
BLT Research is a hard-working group of thoroughly interested, capable individuals serious about applying scientific methodology and solid professional expertise to these perplexing mysteries which have been ignored by the scientific establishment for far to long.
An engaging speaker able to present hard scientific data to the lay person in a compelling, easy-to-understand presentation, Nancy mixes facts and visual images and her years of experience to skillfully show the high-strange, scientific reality behind mysterious phenomenal events.
(from Emergence Conference website)
Impossible to go into the conference finals without talking about the team that should have made it but didn't -- the Los Angeles Clippers. My take: They are not cursed. They were merely too thin, and they didn't have the fortitude to finish the job.
And if the Houston Rockets taught us all one thing during their series against Doc Rivers' team, it was this: Never give up, no matter how bleak things seem.
But that series is behind us, and we now move into the conference finals wondering exactly what we are going to see. Hack-a-Howard? Hack-a-Bogut? Corey Brewer defending Stephen Curry. Or maybe Trevor Ariza taking on that task. Or even pesky old man Pablo Prigioni. That series is going to be a chess match for sure, and we may end up seeing Klay Thompson being the most important player in the series. As mentioned yesterday in our staff predictions column, Thompson is the leading 3-point shooter, accuracy-wise, of all the players still playing.
And that allows us to turn our attention to Kyle Korver (35 percent from downtown in the postseason) and the Atlanta Hawks, who went 3-1 against the Cavs during the regular season while using DeMarre Carroll as the primary defender on LeBron James. This site has already devoted considerable attention to the amount of money Carroll is earning during these playoffs, and whether it behooves him to sign a one-year contract so that he can reap the rewards of being a max player when the salary cap jumps to $90 million 13 months from now. If the Hawks are able to win this series (they are a 1 1/2 point favorite in Game 1, it will postpone Northeast Ohio's dream of ending its 51-year championship drought.)
All these plots and subplots were up for discussion in this podcast with Jody Oehler and Mike Jurecki on FOX Sports 910 in Phoenix. Enjoy.
Alyssa and Liz talk with Anne Garland about Connection!
Anne Garland loves her work! She meets the most amazing women! As creative director and founder of The Idea Circle for Women a division of Anne Garland Enterprises, LLC, she produces enriching, entertaining experiences that provide women seeking change, finding purpose and moving forward an opportunity to grow together in meaningful ways.
Combining her early years of sales and marketing with Yardley of London, and Hanes Knitwear along with her expertise as a registered interior designer she joined BASF, a Fortune 100 company as their Northeast Specialist in NYC in their textile division based out of Georgia. While there for more than 15 years she has worked with some of the most creative and talented architects and designers marketing products through her unique and creative style gaining a reputation of “not to miss events” that were educational as well as fun and inspirational.
Selling in a Skirt with Judy Hoberman with her guest Wendy Huang & Anne Garland:
Wendy Huang, CEO of the China Success Institute, was born and raised in China and graduated from Northwestern University. Nicknamed, “The China Success Coach”, Ms. Huang coaches executives and professionals for success in Chinese language and culture. She is the author of the upcoming book series, Hot Trends in China 2016, an annual summary of China's fastest-growing consumer and business trends. I am the CEO of the China Success Institute, where I teach Mandarin as well as skills to succeed doing business in China. The business chose me. Right after college, I started to tutor children in Mandarin, and I really enjoyed it, and the kids really liked it as well, so I decided to start a school.
Anne Garland Enterprises however with eWomenNetwork my primary focus is to help Women and their businesses achieve, succeed and prosper through my vast connections and all of the benefits and connections at eWomenNetwork including a variety of CT business meetings monthly. This is a start up Chapter new to the Northeast and we are breaking all records with over 110 new outstanding, high achieving members in 10 short months. We have established a healthy Foundation collection for grants and awards and I received a promotion to Executive Managing Director also in record breaking time. For more info on eWomenNetwork go to: www.eWomenNetwork.com/chapter/hartford and see what all the "buzz" is about!
Michele E. Gwynn is a freelance journalist in San Antonio. She writes for newspapers, magazines, and online websites like Examiner.com (under the categories of Film, Animal Rights, and Sex and Relationships), Alwayz Therro Magazine, FashionErotica Digital, and more. She also edits websites and books. Prior to her career in writing, Ms. Gwynn worked first as a referral coordinator, billing manager, then office manager for a dermatology practice.
Gwynn has published seven books; two in the genre of erotic criminal suspense, Exposed: The Education of Sarah Brown (Kriminal Erotic Series Book I), and Book II, The Evolution of Elsa Kreiss; two in the horror genre, Harvest (Book I in the Harvest Trilogy) and Book II, Celluloss; and one children's fiction, The Cat Who Wanted to be a Reindeer. She also recently published Camael's Gift and Camael’s Battle (Angelic Host Series, an action/adventure spiritual romance novellas), and Murder in the Vale: The Ghosts of Cardiff Series published by Beau Coup LLC, the kick-off to a new murder-mystery series coming out in 2015.
For discriminating bibliophiles, there is also a science fiction short published in a charity book for which all funds raised will help build a new library: Tales and Poems from Universal City, Texas (Synthesis by Michele E. Gwynn)
As if that weren't enough, she has published adult short stories under the pen name Xaviera Snow. (On Amazon.com)
Much of her career has been spent interviewing all manner of celebrities for Examiner.com, and hometown newspaper and magazines. Life has been kind, and these interviews can be found on her blog over at micheleegwynnauthor.com. She resides in the small town of Schertz, Texas on the northeast side of San Antonio with her four felines who so graciously allow her to reside in their home.
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Haley Ellerbe is 18 years old a senior at Caldwell Parish High School. She has been riding since she was 10 years old. Her first horse was an 8 year old grade mare.
Haley learned to ride and basic horseman ship skills on her. Haley began to attend the Columbia play days and competed in all events. She won all around cowgirl her second year of riding and also won the cowboy extreme challenge when she was 12 years old.
Then it was time to upgrade and my mom bought me my first true barrel horse a 6 year old bay mare when I was 13. Her name was Fancy. I junior high rodeo for one year and decided I like jackpot barrel runs and local rodeos better.
Fancy was good at her job but I had out grown her and my mom bought me my true love. A flea bit grey gelding name Flash like Jack aka Speckles. He and I have won the teenage youth and open barrel division for the last 3 years in the Northeast Louisiana Rodeo Association.
I have 16 belt buckles and my biggest check from chasing cans is $890 for a 16 second run.
Speckles usually runs in the 1d or 2d division at jackpot barrel runs. He has his own unique way of chasing cans. He slides in on his back end and digs out with his front end. Believe me if you aren't holding the saddle horn when he turns you will go right off his back end. I love this horse. He gives his all whether he is sore from a long weekend of running or from being out of shape. This horse will never have another home. He is spoiled and loves to eat French Fries, and butter cookies.
8:30 PM - Join us as we discuss The Drug War, Mass Incarceration and Race. How it continues to destroy communities across the Country.
Noah St. John is a communication expert, keynote speaker, and best selling author of ten books including his latest bestseller, AFFORMATIONS®: The Miracle of Positive Self-Talk. He’s famous for inventing AFFORMATIONS® and helping busy people make more money, build confidence, and make success automatic. His sought-after advice is known as the “secret sauce” for creating breakthrough performance in fast-growing businesses.
Noah’s dynamic yet down-to-earth speaking style always gets high marks from audiences. As the world’s leading authority on how to eliminate limiting beliefs, his keynote speeches and seminars have been called “mandatory for anyone who wants to succeed in life and business.”
Noah is a media veteran who has appeared in hundreds of TV, radio, and online interviews including ABC, NBC, CBS, Fox, The Hallmark Channel, NPR, PARADE, Woman’s Day, Los Angeles Business Journal, The Huffington Post, Chicago Sun-Times, Forbes.com, Selling Power and The Washington Post.
Founder of the international coaching and training corporation SuccessClinic.com, Noah has helped improve tens of thousands of lives and businesses worldwide since 1997.
Noah lives in Northeast Ohio with his lovely wife, Babette
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"Frosted Pop" hosted by David Jeffrey Frost takes a look at the latest trends and news about the Celebrity Apprentice, The dud Stormstorm of the Century, A-Rod, Vanderbilt Football and Apple. "Frosted Pop" is brought to you by your friendly Independent Isagenix Associate at www.Purpose.Isagenix.com.
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Joel Zeisler, Executive Director and Founder of Leaps of Faith Adaptive Skiers
Joel Zeisler manages and oversees all water sports activities. Joel is a former national waterski champion, former coach of the US Disabled Waterski Team, and has been teaching waterskiing for more than three decades. He has trained and assisted nearly a dozen other organizations across the country in launching their own adaptive waterski programs. Joel has helped to make LOF Adaptive Skiers a leader in the field of adaptive waterskiing in the US. LOF continues to be the only organization in the Northeast providing adaptive waterskiing clinics on an ongoing basis from beginner to advanced levels.
Since its founding in 1992, LOF Adaptive has helped individuals with disabilities “soar beyond the boundaries” through adaptive sports, at absolutely no cost to the participants. We thank our dedicated volunteers, sponsors, and donors for making LOF one of the premier adaptive waterskiing organization in the country and helping us achieve excellence in serving the disabled community.
More Details at: http://thankyouforyourservice.us/issue/february-2015/article/listen-to-joel-zeisler-dir-founder-leaps-of-faith-adaptive-skiers
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