Share:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to email this to a friend (Opens in new window) Pixabay Stock Image.JAMESTOWN – The Toys for Tots program in Chautauqua County will be hosting the first of many toy collection drives today in Jamestown.Patrick Smeraldo, who works with the initiative, is asking community members to drop off toys at the Foote Avenue Plaza from 10:30 a.m. through 2:30 p.m. on Saturday.He says Southern Tier Storm Soccer coaches and players will be there to assist in the collection effort.In addition to toys, cash donations are also accepted. Next Saturday, November 14 his group will be collecting donations at Kirks Jewelers on Vineyard Drive in Dunkirk.Toys will also be collected on Saturday, November 28 at the Chautauqua Mall in Lakewood.
After Bradley Cooper revealed that the London transfer of The Elephant Man would play the Theatre Royal Haymarket, we now have official dates and casting. The show will play a limited engagement at the prestigious venue from May 19 through August 8. The U.S. cast, led by the Oscar nominee and Broadway.com Audience Choice Award winner along with Patricia Clarkson and Alessandro Nivola, will all cross the Pond with the production. Related Shows In addition to Cooper, Clarkson and Nivola, the cast also includes Anthony Heald, Scott Lowell, Kathryn Meisle, Henry Stram, Chris Bannow, Peter Bradbury, Lucas Calhoun, Eric Clem, Amanda Lea Mason, Marguerite Stimpson and Emma Thorne. The production features scenic and projection design by Timothy R. Mackabee, costume design by Clint Ramos, lighting design by Philip S. Rosenberg and original music and sound design by John Gromada. “Never did we think we would have the privilege to perform this show on Broadway, let alone in London,” said Cooper in a statement. “I’m honored that Alessandro, Patricia, the entire company and I have the opportunity to continue to tell his story.” View Comments The Elephant Man Bernard Pomerance’s The Elephant Man revolves around the real-life Joseph Merrick (Cooper), a severely disfigured 19th-century Englishman who struggles to live with dignity. The Broadway revival, which premiered at the Williamstown Theatre Festival in 2012, is helmed by Scott Ellis. The production is set to run through February 21 at the Booth Theatre. Show Closed This production ended its run on Feb. 21, 2015
FacebookTwitterLinkedInEmailPrint分享SNL:For the first time since July 1984, utility-scale renewable electric generation in April surpassed nuclear power generation, according to the June release of Electric Power Monthly data from the U.S. Energy Information Administration. Renewable resources produced more power than U.S. nuclear plants again in May.Nuclear generation exceeded renewables by 1% in March, however, renewable generation exceed nuclear by 11% in April and 4% in May, according to the EIA report. The report showed 63,209 GWh of utility-scale renewable electric generation in April compared to 56,743 GWh produced from nuclear plants.Utility-scale renewable electric generation in April included 46% from conventional hydro generation and 40% of wind generation. In May conventional hydro generation’s share increased to 50% whereas wind generation dropped to 35%. Above-normal winter precipitation in the Pacific Northwest and California contributed to the increase in conventional hydro generation. During spring and fall months nuclear plants usually undergo maintenance and refueling when overall electricity demand is lower than in summer or winter.More: ($) Utility-scale renewable generation overtakes nuclear for 1st time since 1984 U.S. Renewable Generation Surpasses Nuclear for the First Time
Michigan- Advertisement – As results of the United States presidential election began to roll in on Tuesday, many Americans were wondering how President Trump’s performance in key swing states compared with his performance in those states in the 2016 election.We can help with that. Here’s how Mr. Trump fared four years ago in six electoral battlegrounds:Florida- Advertisement – Mr. Trump won Michigan by the narrow margin of about 10,000 votes, even though Hillary Clinton had polled ahead there for months. It was the first time the Republican Party won Michigan in a presidential race since 1988.ArizonaThis former Republican stronghold has become a true battleground in recent years. Before the 2016 election, Democrats believed that they had a chance of flipping Arizona for the first time since President Bill Clinton carried it in 1996. But Mr. Trump won the state by 3.5 percentage points.PennsylvaniaMr. Trump narrowly won Pennsylvania on the strength of his performance in the deeply conservative and rural middle, even as he lost to Mrs. Clinton in Philadelphia and Pittsburgh, two large Democratic cities. Florida is diverse but conservative-leaning — and almost always close in presidential elections. Mr. Trump won the state in 2016 by a margin of 1.2 percentage points, even while losing some of its most populous counties.North CarolinaMr. Trump won North Carolina by 3.6 percentage points. The state has cities with large communities of moderate professionals, Black voters and college students, but also large rural regions where there tend to be more white voters who also tend to be more conservative.WisconsinThe president narrowly took Wisconsin, a surprise flip in a state that President Barack Obama had claimed four years earlier by nearly seven percentage points. Mr. Trump lost the counties that contain the Democratic-leaning cities of Madison and Milwaukee, but managed to win over some rural Democrats. – Advertisement – – Advertisement –
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“We will never compare with this fella,” said Klopp on beating Shankly’s record. “It’s great. We didn’t think about the number before the game but after we can. It’s nice, it’s special, but today is a very good example, we have to fight hard.”We are not geniuses, but we can really fight and that’s all we have to do until the end of the season and see what we get from it.”The spread of coronavirus could have a big impact on the Reds’ title celebrations in the weeks to come with the possibility of games being played behind closed doors. But the abandonment of the normal pre-match ritual of handshakes was the only disruption to the Premier League calendar this weekend.Liverpool’s dip in form has coincided with a lack of clean sheets for Klopp’s men after a run of 10 in 11 league games between early December and mid-February. Jurgen Klopp insisted he will never compare himself to legendary former Liverpool manager Bill Shankly after the Reds bounced back to beat Bournemouth 2-1 and move within three wins of ending a 30-year wait for the Premier League title.A 22nd consecutive home league win broke the English top flight record set by Shankly’s Liverpool in 1972 and settled any nerves over the title race after a run of three defeats in four games in all competitions.Callum Wilson’s controversial early opener sent shockwaves around Anfield. However, the prolific duo of Mohamed Salah and Sadio Mane quickly turned the game around to open a 25-point lead at the top of the table. Topics : The hosts’ backline was breached again after just nine minutes, although Klopp was rightly furious that VAR did not intervene to disallow the goal.Joe Gomez was knocked off balance by Wilson to start the move and the Bournemouth striker then had the simple task of tapping home Jefferson Lerma’s cross.”From my point of view it’s 100 percent a foul. It shows the problem with VAR. It’s not clear and obvious, I don’t know how that’s possible,” added Klopp.Defeat leaves the Cherries still in the bottom three and they were left to rue not making even more of a bright start as Liverpool’s stand-in goalkeeper Adrian turned over Nathan Ake’s powerful header.Bournemouth played a large part in their own downfall and settled Liverpool’s nerves when substitute Jack Simpson gifted possession to Mane in a dangerous position. Despite a poor pass from the Senegalese, Salah steered the ball into the bottom corner to mark his 100th Premier League appearance for the club in style.Eight minutes later, Liverpool led when Bournemouth again gave the ball away cheaply. Virgil van Dijk released Mane in behind and he kept his cool to slot into the far corner.”The two goals come from us having possession and they punished us on the transition,” said Bournemouth boss Eddie Howe. “It was a ruthless game for us today because I don’t think we did much wrong in the game.”The champions-elect still needed a brilliant clearance from James Milner to secure all three points as he sprinted back to clear Ryan Fraser’s lob over the stranded Adrian on the hour mark, which earned him man-of-the-match.”Millie changed the fortunes, hopefully,” said Klopp, whose side could even be crowned champions before they play in the league again if Manchester City were to lose against Manchester United, Arsenal and Burnley in the next week.
USPA Announces Tender for New Berth at Mykolaiv PortThe Ukrainian Sea Port Authority (USPA) has invited bidders to submit their offer for construction of new berth No. 8 in the Mykolaiv Port. Dredging Today Conference: Climate Change Is Real, Better Be PreparedClimate change is real, so better be prepared. Everybody, personally and also as an industry, should make a contribution in fighting climate change. That was the final thought of our first Dredging Today Conference… Van Oord Bags Port of Beira Dredging ContractVan Oord, a Dutch contracting company that specializes in dredging and land reclamation, has been contracted by CFM – the ports and railways company of Mozambique – to carry out emergency dredging works in the Port of Beira. Dredging Today brings you an overview of the most popular stories from the past week (October 30 – November 5, 2017). Royal IHC Lays Keel for New Cutter Suction Dredger JarashThe keel laying ceremony for the new 900kW cutter suction dredger (CSD) Jarash took place last month at the Royal IHC shipyard in Kinderdijk, the Netherlands. The Largest Cutter Suction Dredger in Asia Hits the WaterThe Tiankun, the largest and most advanced cutter suction dredger (CSD) in Asia, was launched today in Qidong, East China’s Jiangsu Province.
In lieu of flowers, family requests memorial contributions to the American Cancer Society or to Klemmes Corner United Church of Christ. To sign the online guestbook or to leave a personal condolence please visit www.cookrosenberger.com. The staff of Cook Rosenberger Funeral Home is honored to care for the family of Lisa J. Wilson. Those surviving who will cherish Lisa’s memory include her husband of 37 years, Kris Wilson; sons, Kyle M. (Chelsea Leeder) Wilson of Monmouth, IL and Tyler (Amber Oakes) Wilson of Hamilton, OH; her mother, Carolyn S. Jenkins and brother, Matthew (Joani) Jenkins, both of Fortville; mother-in-law, Maribel Wilson of Brookville; and brothers-in-law, Stephen (Joey) Wilson of Pine, CO and Michael (Sharon) Wilson of Brookville. She was preceded in death by her father Bud Jenkins, Jr. and father-in-law, George A. Wilson. Lisa Beth Jenkins Wilson, of Brookville, was born on August 17, 1956 in Indianapolis, the daughter of Francis S. “Bud” and Carolyn Suiter Jenkins, Jr. She attended Ball State University, earning both a B.A. and an M.A. Lisa taught for Sunman-Dearborn Community Schools for 34 years, first at East Central and then the newly opened Sunman-Dearborn Middle School, and retired in 2012. She met the love of her life, Alan “Kris” Wilson shortly after starting her teaching career and they were married on March 15, 1980 at Fortville Christian Church. Lisa was a member of the Tri Kappa Sorority, Kappa Alpha Theta Sorority, Dearborn County Retired Teacher Association and Klemme’s Corner United Church of Christ. She also served a term on the Hanover College Parents Association Board. Lisa loved spending time with her family and friends and enjoyed traveling. On Tuesday, November 7, 2017, at the age of 61, she passed away at her residence after a lengthy illness. Friends may visit with the family on Friday, November 10, 2017 from 11 a.m. until 1 p.m. at Klemmes Corner United Church of Christ. A Celebration of Lisa’s life will be led by Kathi Elliott at 1p.m and burial will follow in the church cemetery.
Sandra Wagner, Sunman food pantry (L) and Amy Streator, Executive Director, Ripley County Community Foundation (R).Batesville, In. — The Ripley County Community Foundation recently presented a Proactive grant from Emergency Food & Shelter Program to support all 8 of Ripley County’s Food Pantries. The foundation donated a total of $13,800 was granted.
READING, Pa. – Drivers in three IMCA divisions are in the running for contingency awards from Penske Racing Shocks again in 2017.The Reading, Pa., manufacturer and five-year IMCA sponsor gives product certificates valued at $350, $250 and $150, respectively, to top three eligible finishers in each of the five regions for IMCA Modifieds and in both IMCA Sunoco Stock Car regions.Certificates in the same dollar increments will be awarded to eighth, ninth and 10th place finishers in national standings for IMCA Late Models.Modified and Stock Car drivers are required to compete with four Penske shocks, display two Penske decals on their race car and return a sign-up form to the IMCA home office by Aug. 1.All awards will be presented during the national IMCA banquet in November or mailed beginning the following week from the home office.More information about Penske shocks is available by calling 610 375-6180, at the www.penskeshocks.com website and on Facebook.“Penske returns to our contingency sign-up program to recognize and reward their loyal customers in 2017,” commented IMCA Marketing Diretor Kevin Yoder. “Programs like this add depth to our sign-up offerings and give racers great options on shock packages.”
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