Naomi Scott

15 Feb 19

So I finally watched the trailer for the live action movie for Aladdin. If you haven’t seen it watch the trailer here: Now that we are all on the same page let’s talk about the biggest issue. Genie. I was expecting Genie to look (or at least be styled) like Disney’s broadway version of Genie. […]

15 Feb 19
The Ukiah Daily Journal
I once read that the “silent killer” after a disaster is a lack of community cohesiveness. The disaster is the shock; the number and diversity of its voluntary organizations and their willingness to cooperate serve as the shock absorbers. For me this encapsulates the concept of community resiliency. In those dark months after the Redwood Complex Fire, the challenges at times felt insurmountable and I needed to regain a sense of hope – a way to illuminate our future and protect our community from another disaster on this scale. I reflected on this need for preparedness and cohesiveness, and this quest for illumination led to the creation of our new Community Resiliency and Preparedness Fund. Engaging donors to invest in a thriving Mendocino County uniquely positions us, as a Community Foundation, to steward this fund. We lean on our expertise to channel these funds to local nonprofits that can provide the boots-on-the-ground work necessary to protect our county and help it thrive in the wake of a disaster. The Community Foundation’s goal in developing the Community Resiliency and Preparedness Fund is to look beyond just funding existing programs, but also consider the next steps needed to prepare our community for future disasters by establishing resilient infrastructure that will support us through recovery efforts for years to come. By opening the conversation with money to contribute to solutions, the Foundation is initiating a far-sighted multi-pronged approach to creating real solutions by engaging countywide agencies in the discussion to build a collaborative response to disasters. The fund focuses on two pathways – Community Resiliency and Disaster Preparedness. Along with the existing Disaster Fund, these two pathways create a holistic approach to protect and nurture our community by preparing before the disaster strikes, responding in the days and years following to rebuild, and to recover as a stronger and more resilient community. The Community Foundation’s board of directors created this fund with a lead gift of $25,000 to help build a stronger Mendocino County. This fund is close to my heart, so in addition to making a personal donation, I began reaching out to find partners to help us reach our $100,000 goal. We received immediate support from Back Roads Productions (the Kate Wolf Music Festival) with a generous gift of over $12,000. This propelled us to secure donations large and small from throughout the county and beyond. Generous donors include Eleanor Jantzen and Rich Romelli, Wilma Keeney, Jim and Arlene Moorehead, Jan and Steve Pearson, Margo Selleck and Lucy Mason, Connie and Jeff Smyser, Naomi Turner, Patricia Tysoe and Samuel Goldberg, Pearl and Jeff Watts, Allison Whipple, Bailey’s, Mabel Albertson Fund, The Cleo Foundation, J-Olivanti Fund, Pacific Gas and Electric Company, Painter Executive Search, the Ukiah Saturday Afternoon Club, and an anonymous donor. With this collective generosity, we have exceeded our goal, raising a total of $107,000! By successfully reaching our fundraising goal, we now face the exciting work of finding local partners to mitigate the damage from future catastrophic events. The Community Resiliency and Preparedness Fund Grant Program is currently reviewing 15 applications. Those awarded funding for disaster preparedness projects will support concrete steps to mitigate disaster hazards; while community resiliency projects will focus on building systems to help our community recover emotionally, physically and socially. Studies have found that the most resilient communities appear to be those with a wide variety of deeply rooted cooperative organizations. We are fortunate in Mendocino County to have a rich and diverse network of local organizations here to support each other. Now the Foundation has a pathway to help these local groups continue their work while also preparing for future disasters. This brings me a sense of hope that will guide the Community Foundation’s work to continue to envision and manifest a thriving Mendocino County. To donate to the Community Resiliency and Preparedness Fund please visit www.communityfound.org.
15 Feb 19
K.A.D

By, kelvin Appiah Whatsup guys , the movie list is on and I bet you haven’t watched any 2019 movie. well it probbably because you haven’t heard of it. Today we are going to be looking at some of the 2019 movies, both premiered and yet to be premiered. Before we start, kindly follow and […]

15 Feb 19
The Buddhist Buck

This guest series will examine justice in English and American law.   .This guest series is not a representative of the views or employees of this publication. .The views expressed here under are opinions supported by scientific research .For more Information Please see: ‘The Impact of Being Wrongly Accused of Abuse in Occupations of Trust: Victims’ […]

14 Feb 19
Will Smith American Actor & Comedian

Aladdin ENTERS Cave of Wonders in FIRST Live-Action ‘Aladdin’ Trailer, New Hollywood Celebrities Coming Out.
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Latest Celebrities 2019, New Hollywood Princess Celebrities, Aladdin ENTERS Cave of Wonders in FIRST Live-Action ‘Aladdin’ Trailer.

Aladdin ENTERS Cave of Wonders in FIRST Live-Action 'Aladdin' Trailer

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14 Feb 19
Hollywood Latest News

Aladdin ENTERS Cave of Wonders in FIRST Live-Action ‘Aladdin’ Trailer, New Hollywood Celebrities Coming Out.
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Latest Celebrities 2019, New Hollywood Princess Celebrities, Aladdin ENTERS Cave of Wonders in FIRST Live-Action ‘Aladdin’ Trailer.

Aladdin ENTERS Cave of Wonders in FIRST Live-Action 'Aladdin' Trailer

Hollywood Celebrities 2017 Celebrities 2019 top Walt Hollywood Studios Home Entertainment (incorporated as Buena Vista Home Entertainment, Inc. since 1997 and formerly known as Walt Hollywood Telecom

14 Feb 19
The Coach's Team

from Powerline of February 14th by Scott Johnson The Washington Examiner’s Naomi Lim reports that yesterday the House passed an amendment to a resolution with a message to Ilhan Omar: “In rare vote, House sends a message on anti-Semitism to Ilhan Omar.” We have Rep. David Kustoff (R., Tenns.) to thank for this: The House […]

14 Feb 19
Racine County Eye

The following individuals have earned the honor of being included on the Gateway Technical College Dean’s List for the Fall 2018 semester. This award is reserved for those students who completed at least 6 hours of postsecondary course work – not including development/remedial credits – and achieved a grade point average of 3.75 or higher. […]

14 Feb 19
Top Pun

Films seen in theaters by year… 2015: 117 2016: 88 2017: 93 2018: 62 2018 ended up being one of the busiest, if not the busiest year of my life. For a big chunk of the year I was working six days a week while being a full time film student at ASU. For the […]

14 Feb 19
Team Hootenanny

This week we have been working together to develop the final logo. Following on from our last meeting we decided to work on Rhiannas typeface made up of coloured blocks. We discussed how we did not think this was eligible enough as a logo and would be difficult to stand out against different background colours. […]

14 Feb 19

Like the multimedia juggernaut that it is, Disney is going in guns blazing on movies this 2019. For its subsidiaries Marvel Studios and Lucasfilm they have quite the selection of anticipated pictures like three MCU installments for the former and “Star Wars: Episode IX” for the latter. But Disney’s own production studios are not slouching, […]

14 Feb 19
xmenxpert

Follow me on Twitter (@XMenXPert). Happy Valentine’s Day tomorrow, if you’ve got anything going on for it. I’m single, and have been for 5 years now, so I am doing nothing for Valentine’s Day, as usual. I’ll just be working. I’m still making my way, slowly, through Punisher season 2. I’m finding it OK, but […]

13 Feb 19
Ed B on Sports

Rachelle Lefevre From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Rachelle Lefevre Lefevre at the 2013 San Diego Comic-Con Born Rachelle Marie Lefevre (1979-02-01) February 1, 1979 (age 40) Montreal, Quebec, Canada Residence Los Angeles, California, U.S. Occupation Actress Years active 1999–present Height 1.68 m (5 ft 6 in) Rachelle Marie Lefevre (/ləˈfɛv/; born February 1, 1979) is a Canadian actress. She has […]