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Bringing the next generation of tomorrow's NFL stars to you today on the College2Pro.com Players' Platform Show. Join host Bo Marchionte and special gueat Spencer Lynn for California (PA).
Lynn, led the Vulcans with 87 tackles in only 10 games, was named to the roster of the 2014 All-American Bowl, at AT&T Stadium in Arlington, Texas.
Lynn finished his career ranked seventh in school history with 240 tackles (101 solo) in two seasons. He set his career high of 90 stops (36 solo) as a redshirt freshman while starting all 13 games in 2011.
On the 4th Edition of Inside the War Room I have the play-making linebacker Spencer Lynn of California University of Pennsylvania. He is instinctive and always is around the ball to make a play. From Belle Vernon High school in PA stayed closer to home to play his college football. He is well rounded with the Vulcan campus body and highly respected by teammates as well. We look forward to have the Vulcan star on here tonight!
-240 career tackles (7th in school history)
-1st Team All-PSAC West
-Capital One 1st Team Academic All-American
-USA College Football 1st Team All-American
-2014 College All-American Bowl Defensive MVP
Here's the link to his highlight tape: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OvbTA3w_PF4
The Ebola virus has reached American soil. Workers who contracted the virus in Africa have been brought home for treatment. A vistor to the US has become the first diagnosed case on US soil and now a nurse who cared for this man is infected with the Ebola virus. Nurses are on the frontline when caring for those with communicable diseases. The workplace is a potentially hazardous place for dedicated professions who vow to care for the sick. Nurses ask that they are given the information, guidance and support to safely care for others without putting themselves at risk. We are nurses not martyrs.
Young Superhero for the Earth Award winners (given bt the Ted Turner Foundation), Carter & Olivia Ries will give a presentation entitled "Love the Planet with One More Generation" in the greater Myrtle Beach area on Feb 6th, 10am at the Waccamaw Middle School. For information and reservations contact Goffinet McLaren at firstname.lastname@example.org
Carter & Olivia Ries, Founders of One More Generation (OMG)
One More Generation (OMG) was founded by two elementary students in Fayetteville, GA. The founders are Carter (now 12.5) and his sister Olivia (now 11), who are both extremely passionate about animals and conservation.
They have been adopting Cheetahs in South Africa over the past few years and when they heard that Cheetahs, along with so many other species were close to extinction, they knew they had to act. Olivia and Carter started their own nonprofit in an effort to help educate kids and adults about the plight of endangered species so they can save them for at least One More Generation… and beyond.
Carter, Olivia and One More Generation have been featured in such media outlets as The Wall Street Journal, NPR, CNN, USA Today, Los Angeles Times and much more.
Please help us ensure all endangered species survive at least One More Generation... and beyond
For more information visit: www.onemoregeneration.org
Visit and 'Like' their Facebook page at https://www.facebook.com/1moregeneration
Spencer Kane is a teen artist and actor born on October 26, 1996. At barely 5 years old he recorded his first music video as a lip sync to the song "Written on My Heart" by the Christian band Plus One. Raised in a Christian home as a son of a Pastor, Spencer has been around musical influence in and out of the church world. Singing in church and later on writing and recording his own songs at a home studio, he partnered with his dad in competing at a county idol contest in 2010. His second place finish in the 16 and under group helped him gain the confidence to pursue music in a more formal way. In the spring of 2011 he recorded his first original single, "Best Friends", at Sweetwater Studios in Fort Wayne. He has continued recording and releasing original music ever since.
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Throughout history, there are a number of myths that seem to permeate every culture’s stories. From creation stories, to that of a giant flood, there are common threads everywhere. Included in these myths are pervasive images of fantastical creatures. Tales of dragons, most commonly associated with the Chinese, can be found in cultures as far west as Ireland. Of these mythical creatures, the one most commonly found behind dragons are giants. Extra-large humanoids of varying size, strength and agility, who subsist off anything from sheep to children and can range from just over human-size to hundreds of feet tall. While a creature this large may be impossible, what if giants – in some form – were real?
This week on One Cell One Light Radio, Dr. Hildy welcomes Dr. Ed Spencer, neuroscientist, to discuss a popular topic amongst archaeologists lately: the discovery of “big brains.” More precisely, elongated skulls found in the ancient remains of people long forgotten. MORE>>> http://onecellonelightradio.wordpress.com/2014/12/03/dr-hildy-dr-spencer-big-brain-theory
On this week's episode, we welcome Spencer Jawitz for a very special interview. In addition, we walk into Hell and give our Hell In A Cell predictions for the upcoming event. Plus, the real reason Justin Roberts was fired, two more Divas are now joining the Total Divas cast, who was it that gave Dean Ambrose advice on his upcoming HIAC match, and how did one of our own get involved in a fantasy draft?
Viet Pham grew up in the San Francisco Bay Area with parents who loved food and cooking. His upbringing inspired him to pursue a career in food, and he graduated from the California Culinary Academy in 2002. While attending school, Pham interned at Michelin-starred Fifth Floor Restaurant in San Francisco, CA under award-winning chef Laurent Gras. Pham went on to cater local private events before relocating to Provo,UT to secure the Executive Chef position at Spark Restaurant Lounge.There, Pham met his business partner, Bowman Brown, and the pair opened Forage Restaurant in Salt Lake City, UT in July, 2009. Though a unique concept in the Salt Lake City restaurant scene, Forage Restaurant was well-received by the community and quickly emerged as the top eatery in the area; it won Salt Lake Magazine’s Best New Restaurant in Salt Lake City in 2010, Best Restaurant in Salt Lake City in 2011, and Pham won Best Chef from the magazine in 2012.
Pham won Food & Wine Best New Chef in 2011, after receiving a nomination from the magazine the previous year for People’s Best New Chef: Southwest. His scallop sashimi with Meyer lemon confit was also featured in Food & Wine in "The 10 Best Restaurant Dishes" in their 2010 feature story. The James Beard Foundation nominated him as a Semi-Finalist for Best Chef: Southwest, in 2011, 2012, and 2013. In 2012, Pham participated in Food Network’s show Extreme Chef where he was runner-up. He also competed on the network’s marquee program, Next Food Network Star in 2013 and defeated Chef Bobby Flay on Iron Chef America. Pham has appeared in Bon Appetit, The Wall Street Journal, The New York Times, The San Francisco Chronicle, Reuters, and The Salt Lake Tribune. This Spring, 2015, Pham will open his new restaurant, Ember + Ash, in downtown Salt Lake City.
Most recently, Pham was seen last month on Food Network's Kitchen Inferno.
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Welcome to GUS TRENT HORSE ENTERPRISES, LLC where we take pride in showing you the joy and beauty of horses. Come on out to the GT Ranch and have a life-changing experience on horseback. We offer a variety of experiences with our horses that are all designed for you to have fun. Not interested in riding the horses? No problem. Come on out and use our facility for a special event. Please take a moment to view our site and give us a call at (412) 592-6916 or email us at email@example.com . We look forward to seeing you out at the Ranch.
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