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19 May 19
Ashley's Expressions

Story 1 Prime Minister Kenneth Frown takes the two for one special. Prime Minister gets Lucy for a Penny Story 2 Former Prime Minister under heat for major conspiracies Flyer under Fire Story 3 No smoking for the military Health and Safety, a priority in the military Story 4 Jam for Jammers Sticky situation for […]

17 May 19
Redwood Times
Some 910 local K-12 students pulled out paints, pencils, pastels or paste to enter the 16th annual Student Bird Art Contest, held in association with the 24th annual Godwit Days Spring Migration Bird Festival in mid-April. The Redwood Region Audubon Society and Friends of the Arcata Marsh cosponsored the competition. All entries were displayed at the Arcata Community Center during the festival, and copies of the first-, second- and third-place winners, as well as Best Bird in Habitat awards, are hung at the Arcata Marsh Interpretive Center through June. A downloadable booklet containing the artwork, as well as group photos of the winners taken during the awards ceremony, will posted by late May at http://www.rras.org and http://www.arcatamarshfriends.org. Prizes totaling $650 were given out — 41 monetary prizes plus 31 honorable mentions. The winners were: · Kindergarten First place: Cassidy Lloyd, Kneeland School, Peregrine Falcon; second place: Isabelle Graham, Dow’s Prairie School, Spotted Owl; third place: Ruby Hall, Jacoby Creek School, Anna’s Hummingbird · First grade First place: Story Mintey, Freshwater Elementary, American Robin and Ender Guthrie, Fuente Nueva Charter, Spotted Owl; second place: Phoebe Rogers, Jacoby Creek School, California Quail and Soren James, Redwood Coast Montessori, Pileated Woodpecker; third place: Gunnar White, Trinity Valley Elementary, Barn Owl and Fiona Frazer, Fuente Nueva Charter, Common Loon · Second grade First place: Bony McKnight, Coastal Grove Charter, Townsend’s Warbler; second place: Josie McKelvy, Trinity Valley Elementary, Wood Duck and Sebastian Bunz, Garfield School, Belted Kingfisher; third place: Taalin Brown, Fuente Nueva Charter, Spotted Owl and Kiera Alves, Dow’s Prairie School, Anna’s Hummingbird · Third grade First place: Jade Frimodig, Fuente Nueva Charter, Northern Flicker, Na’omi Heitchler, Trinity Valley Elementary, Bald Eagle and Isla Davison, Redwood Coast Montessori, Bald Eagle; second place: Aubrey Lloyd, Kneeland School, Peregrine Falcon and Aubrey Waxler, Morris Elementary, Common Loon; third place: Maxwell Collins, Garfield School, Black-crowned Night-Heron and Kyla Benzinger, Garfield School, Great Blue Heron · Fourth grade First place: Sarah Coyle, Ambrosini School, Bald Eagle and Nichole Cook, Morris Elementary, Marbled Godwit; second place: Rose Callahan, Union Street Charter, Red-breasted Nuthatch and Violet Cook, Freshwater School, Great Blue Heron; third place: Zoe Roemer, Pacific Union, Belted Kingfisher and Malia Hilleary, Northern United Charter, Wood Duck · Fifth and sixth grades First place: Ruby Soto, Green Point School, Belted Kingfisher and Lily Bazemore, Union Street Charter, Red-breasted Nuthatch; second place: Saanvi Virnave, Sunny Brae Middle School, Common Ravens and Meta Bee Nave, Fuente Nueva Charter, Varied Thrush; third place: Flora Shaw, Redwood Coast Montessori, American Avocet and Josie Klawitter, Green Point School, Western Tanager · Seventh to 12th grades First place: Jasmine Rudin, Eureka High, Purple Finch; second place: Christina Smith, Eureka High, Northern Flicker; third place: Madai Cruz, Eureka High, American Wigeon. Best Depiction of a Bird in Its Habitat Awards went to Keilani Goodrich-Brinckhaus, first grade, Alder Grove Charter, Western Gull; Lilia Mendes, second grade, Dow’s Prairie School, Tufted Puffin; October Mintey, fifth grade, Freshwater Elementary, Buffledheads; Anna McLaughlin, fifth grade, Fuente Nueva Charter, Snowy Plover; Jayna Kline, 12th grade, Eureka High, Western Meadowlark. · Honorable Mentions Kindergarten: Myla Edson, Dow’s Prairie School, Varied Thrush; Annayal Graves, Dow’s Prairie School, American Robin; and Hayden Ham, Dow’s Prairie School, Spotted Owl First grade: Wyatt Sessoms, Dow’s Prairie School, Belted Kingfisher; Ninnamich Richardson, Trinity Valley Elementary, Hummingbird; Aurorah Tracy, Trinity Valley Elementary, Hummingbird; and Echo Kimball, Trinity Valley Elementary, Barn Owl Second grade: Rosie Aguirre, Blue Lake School, Common Loon; Nikki Davis, Dow’s Prairie School, American Goldfinch; Caleb Harris, Dow’s Prairie School, Great Blue Heron; Ruby Moreno, Dow’s Prairie School, Anna’s Hummingbird; Emelie Cabodi, Trinity Valley Elementary, Bald Eagle; and Coral Morris, Fuente Nueva Charter, Spotted Owl Third grade: Fisher Bjorkstedt, Fuente Nueva Charter, Belted Kingfisher; Lillian Pinnegar, Homeschooled, Wood Duck; and Kjersti MacDonald, Garfield School, Spotted Owl Fourth grade: Zeke Lee, Redwood Coast Montessori, Forster’s Tern; Brooke Weeks, Morris Elementary, Cedar Waxwing; Elana Dens, Union Street Charter, American Goldfinch; Iris Quinlan, Union Street Charter, Bald Eagle; Lucas Vandermeer, Union Street Charter, Black-crowned Night-Heron; and Oni Orcutt, Trinity Valley Elementary, Steller’s Jay Fifth grade: Slate Savra, Fuente Nueva Charter, Spotted Owl Sixth grade: Wynne Pevec, Northcoast Preparatory Academy, Northern Flicker; Jayla Kan, Redwood Coast Montessori, Common Loon; and Bella Hardell-Moreno, Redwood Coast Montessori, Cliff Swallow Seventh grade: Meguire Bartosz, Alder Grove Charter, Northern Pintails; and Nova Blaisdell-Jordan, Zane Middle School, Osprey High school: Jack Dahl, Academy of the Redwoods, Spotted Owl; Nicolette Reinsmith, Eureka High, Tufted Puffin; and Hannah Murdoch, Eureka High, Cedar Waxwing. What makes a popular kids’ T-shirt? The Godwit Days festival is thinking about creating a child-sized T-shirt that would feature several winning designs from this year’s Student Bird Art Contest. The shirts would be sold starting at next year’s 25th anniversary festival. The Godwit Days Board of Directors is asking the public to help decide what would make an attractive shirt motif. Through June 16, stop by the Arcata Marsh Interpretive Center and vote. All cash prize winners from 2019 are on display to peruse. Rather than picking the most skillful renditions of birds, your main evaluation criteria should be what would translate well into being printed on a T-shirt and be most appealing to younger children to wear. Each person can vote once. Specific directions are given in the wall display. The Arcata Marsh Interpretive Center is located at 569 South G St. in Arcata is is open Tuesday through Sunday, 9 a.m. to 5 p.m., and Monday, 1 to 5 p.m.  
17 May 19
Times-Standard
Some 910 local K-12 students pulled out paints, pencils, pastels or paste to enter the 16th annual Student Bird Art Contest, held in association with the 24th annual Godwit Days Spring Migration Bird Festival in mid-April. The Redwood Region Audubon Society and Friends of the Arcata Marsh cosponsored the competition. All entries were displayed at the Arcata Community Center during the festival, and copies of the first-, second- and third-place winners, as well as Best Bird in Habitat awards, are hung at the Arcata Marsh Interpretive Center through June. A downloadable booklet containing the artwork, as well as group photos of the winners taken during the awards ceremony, will posted by late May at http://www.rras.org and http://www.arcatamarshfriends.org. Prizes totaling $650 were given out — 41 monetary prizes plus 31 honorable mentions. The winners were: · Kindergarten First place: Cassidy Lloyd, Kneeland School, Peregrine Falcon; second place: Isabelle Graham, Dow’s Prairie School, Spotted Owl; third place: Ruby Hall, Jacoby Creek School, Anna’s Hummingbird · First grade First place: Story Mintey, Freshwater Elementary, American Robin and Ender Guthrie, Fuente Nueva Charter, Spotted Owl; second place: Phoebe Rogers, Jacoby Creek School, California Quail and Soren James, Redwood Coast Montessori, Pileated Woodpecker; third place: Gunnar White, Trinity Valley Elementary, Barn Owl and Fiona Frazer, Fuente Nueva Charter, Common Loon · Second grade First place: Bony McKnight, Coastal Grove Charter, Townsend’s Warbler; second place: Josie McKelvy, Trinity Valley Elementary, Wood Duck and Sebastian Bunz, Garfield School, Belted Kingfisher; third place: Taalin Brown, Fuente Nueva Charter, Spotted Owl and Kiera Alves, Dow’s Prairie School, Anna’s Hummingbird · Third grade First place: Jade Frimodig, Fuente Nueva Charter, Northern Flicker, Na’omi Heitchler, Trinity Valley Elementary, Bald Eagle and Isla Davison, Redwood Coast Montessori, Bald Eagle; second place: Aubrey Lloyd, Kneeland School, Peregrine Falcon and Aubrey Waxler, Morris Elementary, Common Loon; third place: Maxwell Collins, Garfield School, Black-crowned Night-Heron and Kyla Benzinger, Garfield School, Great Blue Heron · Fourth grade First place: Sarah Coyle, Ambrosini School, Bald Eagle and Nichole Cook, Morris Elementary, Marbled Godwit; second place: Rose Callahan, Union Street Charter, Red-breasted Nuthatch and Violet Cook, Freshwater School, Great Blue Heron; third place: Zoe Roemer, Pacific Union, Belted Kingfisher and Malia Hilleary, Northern United Charter, Wood Duck · Fifth and sixth grades First place: Ruby Soto, Green Point School, Belted Kingfisher and Lily Bazemore, Union Street Charter, Red-breasted Nuthatch; second place: Saanvi Virnave, Sunny Brae Middle School, Common Ravens and Meta Bee Nave, Fuente Nueva Charter, Varied Thrush; third place: Flora Shaw, Redwood Coast Montessori, American Avocet and Josie Klawitter, Green Point School, Western Tanager · Seventh to 12th grades First place: Jasmine Rudin, Eureka High, Purple Finch; second place: Christina Smith, Eureka High, Northern Flicker; third place: Madai Cruz, Eureka High, American Wigeon. Best Depiction of a Bird in Its Habitat Awards went to Keilani Goodrich-Brinckhaus, first grade, Alder Grove Charter, Western Gull; Lilia Mendes, second grade, Dow’s Prairie School, Tufted Puffin; October Mintey, fifth grade, Freshwater Elementary, Buffledheads; Anna McLaughlin, fifth grade, Fuente Nueva Charter, Snowy Plover; Jayna Kline, 12th grade, Eureka High, Western Meadowlark. · Honorable Mentions Kindergarten: Myla Edson, Dow’s Prairie School, Varied Thrush; Annayal Graves, Dow’s Prairie School, American Robin; and Hayden Ham, Dow’s Prairie School, Spotted Owl First grade: Wyatt Sessoms, Dow’s Prairie School, Belted Kingfisher; Ninnamich Richardson, Trinity Valley Elementary, Hummingbird; Aurorah Tracy, Trinity Valley Elementary, Hummingbird; and Echo Kimball, Trinity Valley Elementary, Barn Owl Second grade: Rosie Aguirre, Blue Lake School, Common Loon; Nikki Davis, Dow’s Prairie School, American Goldfinch; Caleb Harris, Dow’s Prairie School, Great Blue Heron; Ruby Moreno, Dow’s Prairie School, Anna’s Hummingbird; Emelie Cabodi, Trinity Valley Elementary, Bald Eagle; and Coral Morris, Fuente Nueva Charter, Spotted Owl Third grade: Fisher Bjorkstedt, Fuente Nueva Charter, Belted Kingfisher; Lillian Pinnegar, Homeschooled, Wood Duck; and Kjersti MacDonald, Garfield School, Spotted Owl Fourth grade: Zeke Lee, Redwood Coast Montessori, Forster’s Tern; Brooke Weeks, Morris Elementary, Cedar Waxwing; Elana Dens, Union Street Charter, American Goldfinch; Iris Quinlan, Union Street Charter, Bald Eagle; Lucas Vandermeer, Union Street Charter, Black-crowned Night-Heron; and Oni Orcutt, Trinity Valley Elementary, Steller’s Jay Fifth grade: Slate Savra, Fuente Nueva Charter, Spotted Owl Sixth grade: Wynne Pevec, Northcoast Preparatory Academy, Northern Flicker; Jayla Kan, Redwood Coast Montessori, Common Loon; and Bella Hardell-Moreno, Redwood Coast Montessori, Cliff Swallow Seventh grade: Meguire Bartosz, Alder Grove Charter, Northern Pintails; and Nova Blaisdell-Jordan, Zane Middle School, Osprey High school: Jack Dahl, Academy of the Redwoods, Spotted Owl; Nicolette Reinsmith, Eureka High, Tufted Puffin; and Hannah Murdoch, Eureka High, Cedar Waxwing. What makes a popular kids’ T-shirt? The Godwit Days festival is thinking about creating a child-sized T-shirt that would feature several winning designs from this year’s Student Bird Art Contest. The shirts would be sold starting at next year’s 25th anniversary festival. The Godwit Days Board of Directors is asking the public to help decide what would make an attractive shirt motif. Through June 16, stop by the Arcata Marsh Interpretive Center and vote. All cash prize winners from 2019 are on display to peruse. Rather than picking the most skillful renditions of birds, your main evaluation criteria should be what would translate well into being printed on a T-shirt and be most appealing to younger children to wear. Each person can vote once. Specific directions are given in the wall display. The Arcata Marsh Interpretive Center is located at 569 South G St. in Arcata is is open Tuesday through Sunday, 9 a.m. to 5 p.m., and Monday, 1 to 5 p.m.  
14 May 19
Pinmond

If you rescue a pets, please rescue me also. If you purchase one, the profit goes to my and my sisters studies. Can you please purchase one mugs? your one purchase is not become my day, it’s become my life.

14 May 19
CIM Business Events

Boutique accommodation properties make up a fifth of Australia’s hotel pipeline, driven by a millennial appetite for unique travel experiences. New research shows boutique developments represent 20 per cent of the hotel pipeline across Sydney, Melbourne and Canberra, and 12 per cent of all CBD hotel developments nationally. The need for properties to differentiate themselves […]

13 May 19
Conan Daily

As part of the 2019 Philippine national general elections, voters in Iligan City elected their new congressman, mayor, vice mayor and councilors. Here are the partial and unofficial results from the Commission on Election (COMELEC): Updated: May 14, 2019 (12:26 p.m. Manila time) Election returns transmitted: 218 of 218 clustered precincts (100% complete) Congressman Fredrick […]

09 May 19
Mav Propel 2019

We have been using a chart to keep us on track. The chart we have been using is called a Gantt chart. A Gantt chart is a visual view of tasks scheduled over time. Gantt charts are used for planning projects of all sizes and they are a useful way of showing what work is […]

08 May 19
Scout Magazine

The GOODS from Eastside Flea Vancouver, BC | Enjoy our newest profile with local queer artist extraordinaire, Marielle Rosky aka Mr. Fish! You can find them on instagram at @mrfishink and can purchase their unique, beautiful artwork at mrfishink.bigcartel.com. How did you get started with your business? I made art, made an instagram, put my […]

01 May 19
CryptoCenterNews

Early May Update: Technicals XMRBTC daily chart paints a bleak picture of Monero’s recent price action. It has been all downhill since April 1st and XMR is now hanging around the previous support zone with most of the market waiting for a bounce from this zone. RSI is oversold and there needs to be an […]

28 Apr 19
11:11

Yesterday I went to the Earth week march (grand manif de la semaine de terre) here in Montreal with my daughter. I made and donned a sign that ready Laundry over Landfill. The sign, I made in recognition of the choice I’d made to cloth diaper my baby (more depth on why here). The choice […]

28 Apr 19
Charles River Crypto Day

When: Friday, May 3, 2019. Where: Northeastern University, ISEC Building (805 Columbus Ave) Room 655. Organizers: Ran Canetti, Yael Kalai, Omer Paneth, Vinod Vaikuntanathan and Daniel Wichs. Thanks: NSF MACS Project for their generous support. Program: 9:30 – 10:00. Coffee/Breakfast 10:00 – 11:00. Benedikt Bünz, Stanford University Verifiable Delay Functions and Succinct Proofs in Groups of Unknown Order […]