The third and final installment of a three-part series on youth violence, “Containing Crisis: Managing School and Community Emergencies,” will be offered free to the public Nov. 30 by the Center for the Study and Prevention of Violence at the University of Colorado at Boulder. The live satellite broadcast will be in room 4 of the Coors Events/Conference Center from 2 p.m. to 3:30 p.m, followed by a local panel discussion from 3:30 p.m. to 4:30 p.m. The panel will be moderated by sociology Professor Delbert Elliott, director of the CU-Boulder center and a national authority on juvenile delinquency. Other panelists will include Phil DiStefano, vice chancellor for academic affairs, CU-Boulder; Lisa Cech, safe and drug-free school coordinator, Boulder Valley Schools; Janice Hartmangruber, deputy executive director for operations, Colorado Association of School Executives; Jeannette Sutton, Presbyterian minister and faith community representative. The program will address planning strategies for handling crises in schools and the community, including crisis management, communicating with the media and victim services. The national videoconference is sponsored by the HOPE Foundation of Bloomington, Ind. Nearly 600 sites nationwide have committed to downlinking the series. To attend the videoconference and discussion call (303) 492-1032. A packet and light refreshments will be provided. Parking is available in lot 436, directly north of the Coors Events/Conference Center. The videoconference and panel discussion series is co-sponsored by the CU-Boulder Outreach Committee. Share Share via TwitterShare via FacebookShare via LinkedInShare via E-mail Published: Nov. 17, 1999
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Asm. McClure(E. Pen): “It’s been an interesting evolution. This is like a family, but it’s not like a real family, because it’s a family that comes and goes. It’s a fluxing family and you’re well represented as a Borough.” After last week’s election and yesterday’s tally of the absentee votes, K-Beach will now be represented by Gary Knopp, the South Peninsula seat goes to Willy Dunne and the East Peninsula seat goes to Brandii Holmdahl. KPB Mayor Navarre: “This is their last meeting on the Assembly. I want to say thank you on behalf of the residents of the Kenai Peninsula Borough. I think a lot of people don’t really recognize and appreciate how much work goes into being on the Assembly. You’ve done a great job.” Outgoing East Peninsula Assemblywoman Sue McClure reflected on the changes during her two terms… FacebookTwitterEmailPrintFriendly分享Three Kenai Peninsula Borough Assembly members were honored last night as Borough Mayor Mike Navarre said farewell to Mako Haggerty, Sue McClure, and Kelly Wolf. Asm. Bagley: “It is amazing how it always changes. We had a great group this year, a lot of fun, a lot of joking and I really appreciated that. Maybe not some of the tension I’ve seen in past assemblies and it definitely makes your time here a lot more enjoyable when you like coming to the Assembly meetings.” Assembly President Dale Bagley agreed…
Ansa McAl, through its Carib Beer brand, has teamed up with the East Coast Cricket Committee to host the first ever Carib T20 knock out tournament. The tournament was launched at a simple ceremony yesterday at the Enmore Community Centre Ground, one of the prospective venues for the final of the tournament which gets underway Sunday.With a total of 18 teams in the competition, five venues will be used, including the Enmore Community Centre, Lusignan Community Centre and Enterprise Community Centre grounds.The first round will see the teams from the East Coast go head-to-head with as much as two matches per venue a day with the final booked for May 27. According to Secretary of the Committee, Jitlall Jawharilall, it is the first of its kind on the East Coast of Demerara but certainly not the last.The Committee secretary explained that the tournament will be played in whites until the semifinal stage when colored clothes will be provided by Carib Beer.With six overs needed to constitute a match, the organisers inserted this condition since the weather is not favouring cricket over the month. Meanwhile, Jawharilall stated that prizes inclusive of trophies will see the winners taking home $200,000 as the top team while runners-up will cart off with $75,000 and third place taking home $50,000.Carib Brand Manager, Sean Abel, said he, along with the brand were happy to be a part of community development, particularly cricket and the development of the sport and youths in the East Coast and the entire country. Abel added that it was good to see the turnout amongst the youths, pointing out the strong pool of talent the district has while pledging to support the further development of the game and the youths as they progress.Acting treasurer of the Committee, Yeuraj Khemraj added that the surprise of the tournament will be the inclusion of one guest player. This player can be from anywhere but can only be a part of one team throughout the tournament and will be included in the team he plays for first. Meanwhile, Chairman of the East Coast competitions committee Anil Persaud indicated that the competition is geared towards the development of cricket in the country while expressing thanks to the sponsors who have time and time again showed their support for the upward movement of sports in the country.Amongst the teams competing are Lusignan A and B, Enterprise A and B, Enmore, Ogle amongst others.