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The US Civil Air Patrol supports the Red Cross with flights of blood products

The first mission carried blood to Tulsa, Oklahoma and Wichita, Kansas. The second was cleared by First Air Force’s Air Force Rescue Coordination Center (AFRCC) for airlift from Wichita to Aurora, Colorado. Wichita volunteers from the Air Capital Composite Squadron drove 20 boxes, in two vehicles, from the American Red …

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Blood drive near me: A Chicago-area family is holding blood drives in honor of AnaVictoria Segoviano, a teenage girl who died of leukemia

CHICAGO (WLS) — There is a growing shortage of blood as we approach the holiday season, so calls for donors are getting louder. Right now there is pressure to get more people from the Latin American community to donate. AnaVictoria Segoviano was like any other 15-year-old girl. Full of life, …

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American Red Cross helps disaster-stricken areas

ALEXANDRIA, Va.—The American Red Cross is helping those affected by dire weather conditions, including those in Alaska, Puerto Rico and Texas, and will continue to be there to help over the next few days, said declared the non-profit group. Alaska—Typhoon MerbokThe American Red Cross is responding to western Alaska where …

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September 18, 2022 | Lehigh Valley Volunteer Center Current Volunteer Opportunities | The Valley Register

Do you have experience in HR, staffing, interviewing or relationship building? Do you have excellent communication, networking, interviewing and research skills? Then we need you! Join the Red Cross Volunteer Recruitment Team. Showcase the range of volunteer opportunities available in a given area at community events and encourage community members …

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Athletic Hall of Fame Class of 2022 Announced, Attend Induction Ceremony and Brunch – SALVEtoday

The Salve Regina Athletic Department, in conjunction with the Office of Alumni, Parent and Family Programs, announced the Seahawk Athletic Hall of Fame Class of 2022. This year is particularly auspicious, as Salve Regina celebrates its 75th anniversary, and this Hall of Fame in particular will take place during the …

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Celebrating 30 years, growing into the future | Columns

Thirty years ago, the East Berlin Area Community Center (EBACC) was born. Now is the time to plan for the future of EBACC for many more decades. It is my great pleasure to report the exciting news that with the hard work of our staff, Board of Directors and the …

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Homeland Red Cross volunteers travel to California to help wildfire evacuees | Kris Caps

Three American Red Cross Homeland volunteers are in California for the next two weeks, helping evacuees as wildfires burn in that state. They are part of a special team of eight volunteers from Alaska, specially requested by the national headquarters of the Red Cross. Wendy Brightman of Two Rivers and …

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September 11, 2022 | Lehigh Valley Volunteer Center Current Volunteer Opportunities | The Valley Register

Client Choice Food Pantry shoppers are very happy to have help choosing their food and have it placed in bags from 8:30 a.m. to noon for one or more days a month at the Allentown Area Ecumenical Food Bank. Great way to get involved in the community. Training available. Minimum …

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First evacuees from Oakridge area arrive at Lane Community College

The first evacuees from the Oakridge-Westfir area began arriving at the Lane Community College temporary evacuation center on Friday evening. The Oakridge-Westfir area is under a Level 3 “Go Now” evacuation order due to the Cedar Creek Fire. At the fairgrounds, Lane County Deputy Director of Health and Human Services …

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Meet the leaders and companies inspiring to change the world

Leaders of the present and the future Leaders of the present and the future At the end of 2022, it is projected that 274 million people will need humanitarian assistance and protection. And these needs will have to be met not only by government officials and leaders, but corporations and …

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The terrorist attack on the Munich Olympics in 1972 killed 11 Israeli athletes

Comment this story Comment Fifty years ago, on Monday, September 5, 1972, Palestinian extremists infiltrated the athletes’ dormitories at the Munich Summer Olympics, an attack that resulted in the murder of 11 Israeli athletes and coaches and one German policeman and sparked an international crisis. It also led to five …

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USA Women’s National Team defeats Nigeria 4-0 in Kansas City friendly

KANSAS CITY, Kansas (September 3, 2022) – Returning to action for the first time since qualifying for the 2023 FIFA Women’s World Cup and the 2024 Paris Olympics, the United States Women’s National Team cruised to a 4-0 victory on Nigeria in front of a raucous crowd of 14,502 at …

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Southwest Indiana Organizations on the Ground for North Weinbach Avenue Blast Recovery

EVANSVILLE, Ind. (WFIE) – Thursday now marks more than three weeks since the murder North Weinbach Avenue explosion. Many organizations were on site to respond to the needs of the injured and displaced. In the aftermath of the explosion, the Emergency Management Agency contacted community organizations in southwestern Indiana active …

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Golf Business News – The BGL team prepares to ride for a 300 km charity bike ride to Paris

Led by company CEO Colin Mayes, a bold group of Burhill Group team members are up for the challenge of cycling to Paris from Surrey-based Burhill Golf Club – in a bid to raise as much money as possible for the Cross Crisis Appeal -Red in Ukraine. The over …

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September is National Red Cross Preparedness Month. Are you ready? – St George News

September is American Red Cross National Preparedness Month | Photo by Pixsooz, iStock/Getty Images Plus, St. George News ST. GEORGE- September is National Preparedness Month, and the Utah Red Cross reminds everyone that now is the time to prepare for future emergencies. September is American Red Cross National Preparedness Month …

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MSF provides medical care to asylum seekers in the Netherlands – World

AMSTERDAM – Médecins Sans Frontières (MSF) has started providing medical care to hundreds of people stranded outside the main Dutch reception center for asylum seekers in Ter Apel, in the northeast of the Netherlands. MSF is calling on the Dutch government to urgently provide access to medical care and improve …

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Laskarides named Senior Regional Director of Arizona Community Foundation

Contributed article PHOENIX – The Arizona Community Foundation is pleased to announce the promotions of two current team members. Angie Laskarides, MA, CAP has been appointed Senior Regional Director and continues to lead ACF Cochise and ACF Gila Valley. In this role, she will continue to oversee the two distinct …

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Retired FDLE deputy leader Jose Perez dies of injuries sustained in the line of duty

MIAMI – Sunday afternoon there will be a full processional escort for Florida Department of Law Enforcement Special Agent Jose Perez, who succumbed to his injuries at Kendall Regional Hospital. Retired deputy chief Jose Perez died on Sunday from an injury sustained Aug. 2 while serving as a special agent. …

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Blake named head of Gulf Coast Red Cross

This is a carousel. Use the Next and Previous buttons to navigate Charles K. Blake Jr., who has more than four decades of experience in disaster response, has been named chief executive of Texas Gulf Coast Region of the American Red Cross.Blake has extensive disaster response experience. He was part …

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6 ways to lead with positivity despite current events

Opinions expressed by Entrepreneur the contributors are theirs. If you watch or read the news, it’s easy to start worrying about the state of the world today. It is normal to feel grief, guilt, and despair for not doing more to facilitate change. As a business owner, you are used …

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Red Cross donation depot arrives in Pakenham

Red Cross volunteers remove donated items from the trunk of a car during a drop off event. Posted: August 15, 2022 The Cardinia Shire Council has partnered with the Australian Red Cross to organize a drop-off event in September. The Cardinia Shire Council has partnered with the Australian Red Cross …

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CDC recommends limiting sexual partners

CDC publishes updated recommendations for avoiding monkeypox, researchers in the UK identify new monkeypox symptoms, and more in this week’s monkeypox news roundup. Monkeypox is officially a public health emergency The CDC released on Friday updated tips advise sexually active people to limit their number of partners until they are …

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Medical team dispatched to flood-affected areas in Balochistan – Pakistan

Flood-affected people receive relief items distributed by the district administration in a village near Chaman on Monday.—Dawn ISLAMABAD: The Ministry of National Health Services has sent a team of 12 doctors from the Pakistan Institute of Medical Sciences (Pims) to Lasbela district in Balochistan to provide medical care to flood …

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MCREST’s new women’s and children’s shelter is a game changer – Macomb Daily

During the pandemic, Amanda and her son lived in a hotel, and while it sheltered them from the cold, it was barely a home. Now that she’s a resident of the new women’s and children’s shelter opened by the Macomb County Emergency Shelter Rotating Team (MCREST), she has the stability …

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UNC Asheville promotes Ian Quinn as program’s first full-time assistant coach

Courtesy of UNC Asheville Athletics ASHEVILLE, North Carolina – UNC Asheville Head Swimming and Diving Coach Elizabeth Lykins announced Thursday that Ian Quinn was promoted to the program’s first full-time assistant coach. Quinn has been on staff since August 2019 and has been instrumental in the program’s unprecedented growth and …

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War in Ukraine: Live Updates

Chinese President Xi Jinping, right, and Russian President Vladimir V. Putin in Beijing in early February, weeks before Russia invaded Ukraine.Credit…Pool photo by Alexei Druzhinin Amid heightened tensions around Taiwan, Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky on Wednesday stressed the importance of Chinese neutrality over the war in his country as Russia …

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Indiana Region of the American Red Cross deploys volunteers to Eastern Kentucky to assist with flood recovery efforts

The Indiana Region of the American Red Cross is deploying eight volunteers to eastern Kentucky to help with recovery efforts after major flooding earlier this week. Additional volunteers could be deployed from the area in the coming days as Red Cross teams continue to identify needs in eastern Kentucky. Volunteers …

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Multiple crews battle Corolla apartment fire as Red Cross helps 32 people displaced by blaze – Reuters

The Currituck Department of Fire and EMS reported that at approximately 4:30 a.m. Friday morning July 29, Currituck County Fire-EMS, Corolla Volunteer Fire and Rescue and Currituck County Sheriff’s Office were dispatched to the 800 block of Caroline Court in Corolla for a structure fire . “Upon arrival, the first …

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Red Cross helps families after building collapse

CAMP HILL, Pa. (WHTM) – After a building partially collapsed in Camp Hill on Friday, the Red Cross worked with families who lost their homes. Officials still don’t know what caused the collapse. “It was a really strong blow,” said Ellesse Krall, who was visiting family in Camp Hill on …

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P3 Emergency Preparedness and Response Officer – Conflict Sensitivity – Dakar, Senegal – Senegal

ORGANIZATIONAL CONTEXT Based in the Dakar Regional Office, the Emergency Preparedness and Response Officer – Conflict Sensitivity is to support the organization (WFP) to build its capacity to integrate conflict sensitivity into its programs, in a context insecurity and growing needs, and to provide advisory support on the design and …

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Kevin Durant hilariously trolls a fan asking him to highlight ‘$10 million plus philanthropy’ to fix his image

Kevin Durant is a demon on Twitter. He always has the perfect answer to everything, and that trend didn’t stop when a fan tried to help him out. Durant has drawn a lot of flak recently with all the drama the Brooklyn Nets have been through. After rumors that Kyrie …

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Nina Jordan Obituary – Foster’s Daily Democrat

Nina Jordan, 83, Exeter, New Hampshire Born Rosina Michela Capra on 10/15/1938 Daughter of Peter Capra, of Felizzano Italy, graduate of Yale 1926, executive director of the Boys Club of New York; and Rose Pepe Capra of Waterbury, CT, graduate of St Elizabeth College, NJ, social worker in New Haven, …

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Disaster Law Advisor – Indonesia

Purpose of the position The Southeast Asia Disaster Law Advisor will provide high quality technical advice on disaster law issues in the Southeast Asia sub-region and support for engagement initiatives and advocacy with relevant sub-regional organizations. The incumbent will also work with the relevant IFRC teams to ensure that the …

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No injuries reported in Afternoon Blaze | News, Sports, Jobs

A house on Damon Hill Road was destroyed in a fire on Sunday afternoon. Gerry Fire Department Photo No injuries were reported and several pets were rescued after a fire destroyed a home in the Gerry district on Sunday. The fire on Damon Hill Road was …

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Aquatic Sports Coordinator, University at Buffalo Job

Applications due 08/12/22 job description: Date posted: July 14, 2022 Location: Alumni Arena, Buffalo, NY, USA The University at Buffalo Department of Recreation and Intramural Services is seeking an Aquatic Sports Coordinator to assist the Director of Aquatic Sports. Job Duties and Responsibilities: Assist the Director of Aquatic Sports in …

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BSP Tonga celebrates seven years of service with donations to the Red Cross and the community of Mango Is

Bank of South Pacific Tonga Limited, management and staff with Director Elizabeth Sullivan celebrate seven years of service to Tonga. Photo: BSP Tonga. Bank of South Pacific Tonga Limited celebrated seven years of service to the Kingdom of Tonga on Sunday 10July 2022. BSP Management, along with Local Manager Elizabeth …

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Health Coordinator – Ukraine – Ukraine

Job Summary: Humanitarian needs in Ukraine are increasing rapidly and causing significant instability and vulnerability for the affected population. In response to the crisis, FHI 360 will implement an integrated program that offers lifesaving and sustainable health and protection activities that will meet the critical needs of affected communities. The …

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A Couple Or Three Things: Offensive struggles return to center stage in Cincinnati tie

The New York Red Bulls are still technically top of the Eastern Conference after a 1-1 draw against FC Cincinnati. But Saturday’s result was another shaky one that exposed some of the flaws and wrinkles still apparent in this New York team. Ben Cork, OaM Editor-in-Chief tell you two or …

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Weber County Sheriff’s Office, Weber Fire District Sponsors Blood Drive | News, Sports, Jobs

Photo provided Weber Fire District Chief Paul Sullivan, left, and Weber County Sheriff Ryan Arbon pose for a photo to promote a blood drive the two agencies are sponsoring, scheduled for July 11-12, 2022 . OGDEN — Officials of the Weber County Sheriff’s Office and the Weber …

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Iowa City man charged with terrorism, leaving explosive devices

An Iowa City man has been charged with terrorism after police say he left a backpack containing incendiary materials and a fuse attached to the Guidelink Center on Tuesday, prompting the evacuation of that building and later , of a downtown apartment complex. The Johnson County Sheriff’s Office issued a …

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Advice to support project management, proposal development and operational case studies COVID-19 immunization

Background: The International Federation of Red Cross and Red Crescent Societies (IFRC) is the largest humanitarian organization in the world, with a network of 192 member National Societies. The overall objective of the IFRC is “to inspire, encourage, facilitate and promote at all times all forms of humanitarian activities by …

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French football tournament celebrates diversity and fights racism

Placeholder while loading article actions CRETEIL, France — An amateur football tournament in France aimed at celebrating ethnic diversity is attracting talent scouts, sponsors and attracting public attention, bringing together young players from disadvantaged neighborhoods with sports personalities. The National Neighborhood Cup aims to shine a light on working-class areas …

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How to Lead Your Swim Coaches to Success

Courtesy of Omnifypartner of SwimSwam. Swimming coaching is an art as well as a science. As you set out to help your team hone their skills in the water, you’re bound to rely on more than the stats and strokes that make up this thrilling sport. As one of the …

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Condition of captive Israelis has deteriorated, says Hamas | app

GAZA CITY, Gaza Strip (AP) — Hamas leaders in Gaza said Monday that the condition of one of the Israelis it is holding has deteriorated. The announcement marked rare information about Israelis in Hamas captivity. The Islamic group has given no details of the conditions or whereabouts of its prisoners, …

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Clarksville police and firefighters team up to donate blood

June 22—CLARKSVILLE — There were no empty seats in the house Wednesday afternoon at the Clarksville Community Center. It’s a good thing for the American Red Cross because first responders and residents came out to donate blood. The annual “Battle of the Badges” blood drive allows donors to choose whether …

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Ukraine set to move closer to EU bid: live updates

Video The status is the first formal step in a process of joining the European Union which usually lasts more than a decade. The commission also approved Moldova’s application, but rejected an application from Georgia.CreditCredit…Geert Vanden Wijngaert/Associated Press BRUSSELS – The European Commission recommended on Friday that Ukraine be granted …

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Carbon County Public Works, Montana Dept. of Transportation assesses flood damage | New

Here is a press release from Carbon County: The Clarks Fork of the Yellowstone River near Fromberg and Edgar is experiencing major flood impacts as well as Rock Creek at Red Lodge. The water is expected to continue to recede today. A significant warming trend is expected this Friday/Saturday and …

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FEMA releases updated planning guidelines for nuclear detonation response

If a nuclear explosion were to occur in any American city, it would be one of the most catastrophic incidents the United States has ever seen. Responders must be prepared for the unique challenges of responding to a nuclear incident. With careful planning, many lives can be saved and injuries …

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Volunteer Opportunities | Community News

Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, volunteer opportunities may be suspended. Please contact the agency/organization you are interested in and see if they are accepting new volunteers and to see any requirements they may have for their volunteers. Indiana County offers many opportunities for adults to volunteer. Where is your interest? …

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QFFD and QRCS distribute relief to Durban flood victims – South Africa

Attachments June 7, 2022 –Doha: As part of the emergency response to the Durban floods in South Africa, with funding from the Qatar Fund for Development (QFFD), a joint relief delegation from QFFD and the Qatar Red Crescent Society ( QRCS) has been deployed in South Africa. Arriving on May …

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Update: Cienigita Fire on the Mescalero Reservation – June 5, 2022 8:30 a.m. — Ruidoso-NM.gov

We don’t see much smoke this morning in the village because of the Cienigita fire. This is partly due to cooler temperatures and lower wind speeds. We expect to see more smoke as the day heats up. Winds are expected to be 15-20 mph today. A type 3 incident management …

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Forecasting a busy disaster season; Volunteers wanted

As we head into what experts say will be very busy wildfire and hurricane seasons, the American Red Cross is preparing to respond to these potential disasters. Part of this preparation is to increase our volunteer capacity to be able to help when and where we need it. The relentless …

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IFRC and WWF call for global action to protect nature to save lives and tackle the climate crisis

Stockholm, June 2, 2022 – A new report shows that nature-based solutions could reduce the intensity of climate and weather risks by 26%, in a world where more than 3.3 billion people live in places highly vulnerable to climate change. The study by the International Federation of Red Cross and …

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Intrepid celebrates first in-person Memorial Day in three years with Governor Hochul and Mayor Adams showing unity

Memorial Day services returned to Hell’s Kitchen at the Intrepid Sea, Air & Space Museum as the first in-person commemoration in three years wrapped up Fleet Week in New York on Monday. Mayor Eric Adams and Governor Kathy Hochul at the Intrepid Museum on Memorial Day. Photo: Erika Kapin Governor …

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Top 10 Beaumont | Schools

Beaumont High School announces its top 10 graduates, based on their ranking as submitted on May 20. Positions may change until graduation on June 2, as final grades are taken into account. Taryn Thomas 1Taryn Thomas Beaumont valedictorian Taryn Thomas served as the high school’s representative to the school board …

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36th class of Yeager Scholars announced at Marshall University | News

Country united states of americaUS Virgin IslandsU.S. Minor Outlying IslandsCanadaMexico, United Mexican StatesBahamas, Commonwealth ofCuba, Republic ofDominican RepublicHaiti, Republic ofJamaicaAfghanistanAlbania, People’s Socialist Republic ofAlgeria, People’s Democratic Republic ofAmerican SamoaAndorra, Principality ofAngola, Republic ofAnguillaAntarctica (the territory south of 60 degrees S)Antigua and BarbudaArgentina, Argentine RepublicArmeniaArubaAustralia, Commonwealth ofAustria, Republic ofAzerbaijan, Republic ofBahrain, …

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Sean McVay still high on Tutu Atwell: ‘He looked really good’

Most Los Angeles Rams fans have set their expectations for Tutu Atwell low this year. After a disappointing rookie season in which he caught no passes and played just 10 offensive snaps, the former second-round pick failed to impress the freshman. As 2022 approaches, he’s still buried on the depth …

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William W. Conde, III, 80, of Henderson Harbor

William W. Conde, III, affectionately known as “Sandy”, died in Henderson Harbor on May 18, 2022.(Source: Funeral Home) HENDERSON HARBOR, New York (WWNY) – William W. Conde, III, affectionately known as “Sandy,” died in Henderson Harbor on May 18, 2022. Born February 18, 1942, he was 80 years old. Sandy …

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Neighbors: His home is in Jacksonville, but his call to help those in need takes him around the world

“Ever since I was a young child, I just felt like God wanted me to go to places overseas, places that were tough, where people don’t normally choose to go,” said Smith. “I have visited around 80 different countries and all continents, including Antarctica. It took me all over the …

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Spurgeon Chapel AME Zion new pastor Rev. Erica N. Haigler

Spurgeon Chapel AME Zion Church invites the community to attend the morning service on May 15 in honor of its new pastor, Reverend Erica N. Haigler. The morning worship at 10:30 a.m. will feature church leader, Reverend Larry Brinson, Maryville District evangelical leader and meditative speaker, Reverend Dr. Richard M. …

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Russians ‘pushed back’ from Kharkiv as Washington steps up aid

Ukraine said on Wednesday it was pulling Russian troops away from Kharkiv, the country’s second city, but faced stiff resistance as Washington predicted Vladimir Putin was ready for a long war. With President Joe Biden warning that Ukraine will likely run out of funds within days to keep fighting, the …

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Community Events Calendar – Havre Daily News

Monday May 9 Le Havre Red Cross community blood drive, 11:30 a.m. – 5:30 p.m. pm, St. Jude Parish Center. Appointments are required. Call 800-RedCross or go online to http://redcrossblood.org . Montana Pilots Association North Central Hangar Monthly Meeting, 7:30 p.m., Terminal, Havre City-County Airport. Le Havre dog park monthly …

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At least 32 dead after massive explosion destroys hotel in Havana, Cuba

By Patrick Oppmann, Karol Suarez and Jorge Engels, CNN (CNN) – At least 32 people have died and 19 are still missing following Friday’s explosion at the Saratoga Hotel in Havana, Red Cross official Gloria Bonnin told the agency on Saturday. of Cuban press Prensa Latina. State-owned Gaviota, which runs …

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For business resilience, detect threats in real time

As the COVID-19 pandemic continues and various stages of reopening occur, the threat landscape is growing significantly, which is compounded by global geopolitical issues such as the war between Russia and Ukraine. This perpetual state of volatility impacts how businesses operate and their ability to plan ahead to mitigate risk. …

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Spokane Fire Department and American Red Cross Partner to Install Free Smoke Detectors for Local Families

April 30, 2022 2:03 p.m. Post : April 30, 2022 2:03 p.m. Credit: American Red Cross SPOKANE, Washington. – The Spokane Fire Department and the American Red Cross are teaming up to help keep you safe. On May 7, volunteers and firefighters will install free smoke alarms for local families. …

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Obituary: Chuck Freitas – The Claremont COURIER

Esteemed and award-winning CUSD educator, administrator, volunteer, family man “Chuck Freitas was a generous and selfless supporter of people, whether in his professional role as an educator, in his family life, in his engagement with friends, or in his dedication to his contributions to the community,” said shared his family. …

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Philippine Red Cross continues to support Baybay City’s TS Agaton response – Philippines

The President and CEO of the Philippine Red Cross (PRC), Senator Richard “Dick” J. Gordon, has asked the PRC team in Baybay City, Leyte to continue supporting the local government in its response to Tropical Storm (TS) Agaton. Senator Gordon’s directive came 13 days after the first PRC search and …

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Crooks Fire burns over 2,800 acres south of Prescott, is 5% contained

The Crooks Fire burning near Mount Union, about 10 miles south of Prescott, grew to 2,804 acres on Saturday, with no new evacuations since Tuesday afternoon. The fire, reported Monday morning, was at 5% containment Saturday evening. The cause of the fire is still under investigation. CIIM Team 4 Operations …

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Berea-Midpark student named one of ‘Best and Brightest’ for 2022: Around The Town

Middleburg Heights, Ohio – Congratulations to Ian Taylor of Berea-Midpark, who was named one of Polaris Career Center’s “Best and Brightest” for 2022. Taylor was praised for building an “impressive resume” during his four years in the Polaris Engineering satellite program located at Berea-Midpark High School. He maintained an overall …

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North Carolina bowler selected as Alberta E. Crowe Star of Tomorrow

ARLINGTON, TX – Lara Kurt of Leland, North Carolina has been chosen by the International Bowling Campus Youth Committee as the Alberta E. Crowe Star of Tomorrow for 2022. The award recognizes the star qualities of a high school or college student, including achievement on pathways, academic achievement, and …

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The Swisscross Foundation partners with the Face and Future Foundation, Canada, to provide reconstructive head and neck surgery to vulnerable people injured due to conflict – Iraq

As part of this partnership, Swisscross will partner with the Face and Future Foundation to provide life-changing reconstructive surgery for refugees and vulnerable populations with complex facial, head and neck injuries at the Center of Excellence. Swisscross for complex care in Erbil, Iraq. Speaking about the partnership and the upcoming …

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Cellphone-light surgery and catheter reuse: Sri Lanka’s economic woes push hospitals to the brink of disaster

By Rukshana Rizwie and Julia Hollingsworth, CNN Three-year-old Miru plays with a bright red toy car, seemingly unaware of the crisis unfolding around him. Outside the small room where he lives with his parents, economic disaster grips Sri Lanka, causing protests, food shortages and power cuts — and leaving the …

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From chickens to rockets, Flagler students have an educational source

You never know what you’ll find on our campuses as spring approaches. There are many learning opportunities around every corner. Belle Terre Primary School It’s that time of year again. The freshman classes of Mrs. Howard, Mrs. Holley and Mrs. DiGuglielmo raise chickens and ducklings in their bedrooms! Mrs. Holley …

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Volunteer options include youth service projects, the Red Cross team

The Bloomington City Volunteer Network is your source for local volunteer information. For a complete list, visit BloomingtonVolunteerNetwork.org or call 812-349-3433. The inclusion of an organization on this list does not imply the City’s endorsement or endorsement of the organization’s activities or policies. Information and registration information for the following …

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Red Cross volunteers help Allendale area after multiple tornadoes cause destruction

COLUMBIA, SC (WIS) – American Red Cross volunteers respond to storm damage and tornado-affected residents in Allendale County. Members of the South Carolina Red Cross Disaster Action Team are providing those affected with financial assistance for immediate needs like shelter, food and clothing to affected families. In addition to immediate …

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Celebrate Spring and help save lives by donating blood Red Cross T-shirt for those who come to donate April 1-18

MANKATO, MN, March 22, 2022 – It’s officially spring! As the weather warms and the latest wave of COVID-19 continues to slow, many people are eager to reunite with family and friends. As this new season begins, the American Red Cross encourages the community to play an important role in …

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The harsh reality of the Ukrainian refugee crisis on the Romanian-Hungarian border

Jhe queue lasted three hours. A traffic jam of cars, bumper to bumper, filled with women and children who had fled Ukraine to Moldova or Romania, now waited to enter the Schengen area at Csengersima on the Romanian border. -Hungarian. The refugees looked devastated after traveling for days, but when …

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Wildcats remain stable through second round

History links CLEMSON, SC — Kentucky Women’s Golf holds the No. 1 team standings after the second round of the Clemson Invitational at The Reserve at Lake Keowee (6,386 yards, par-72). The Cats shot 296 (+8) on the day, moving up four places from their first round …

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Nicaragua expels an international representative of the Red Cross

MEXICO CITY (AP) — The government of Nicaragua has expelled the representative of the International Committee of the Red Cross, a local Red Cross spokeswoman said Thursday. Spokeswoman María Cristina Rivera said the organization had received a letter from President Daniel Ortega’s government ordering ICRC representative Thomas Ess to leave …

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Red Cross seeks new volunteers as numbers dwindle during pandemic

Local American Red Cross volunteers are looking for reinforcements. Fires, floods and car accidents have not paused during the COVID-19 pandemic, although it has put plans for local Red Cross volunteer recruitment events on hold. Now, a handful of volunteers are responding to emergencies in several counties, including Clallam and …

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Smithfield Foods contributes $2 million to Ukraine crisis relief

Smithfield Foods, Inc. is investing $2 million in cash and in-kind donations to crisis relief efforts to help Ukrainian citizens and those seeking refuge in surrounding areas. In response to the escalating violence in Ukraine, Smithfield will expand ongoing refugee relocation and ongoing assistance through its Central Europe operations with …

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Possible strike by the American Red Cross

(WJW) — The FOX 8 I-Team has learned of a possible strike by American Red Cross workers. So we have studied what this could mean for you. Teamsters Union workers could leave work at the end of the month. The Teamsters just gave official notice to the Red Cross. The …

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Chester County Blood Drive: The American Red Cross is holding a community blood drive at Chester County Hospital

WEST CHESTER, Pa. (WPVI) – The American Red Cross is encouraging the community to donate blood as the COVID-19 pandemic has resulted in the worst blood shortage in a decade. On Tuesday, doctors from the association organized a blood drive at Chester County Hospital, where donations could potentially help hundreds …

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Disaster Time…Again – Shaw Local

I am sad to report that it is the time of disaster…again. I have said many times over the years that Grundy County needs to take care of its own, which we have done time and time again. During my time at the Community Foundation, we have had five disasters …

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Red Cross temporarily resumes testing donations for COVID antibodies, offering rewards to donors | Public Service News

Red Cross resumes testing for COVID antibodies WATERTOWN – To help COVID-19 patients with weakened immune systems, the American Red Cross has resumed testing all donations for COVID-19 antibodies for a limited time, and plasma from donations with high levels of COVID-19 antibodies can be used as convalescent plasma for …

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Russia-Ukraine live updates: Poland ‘ready’ to hand over all MIG-29 fighter jets

Andriy Dubchak/dia images via Getty Images (NEW YORK) – Russian forces are continuing their attempt to break through Ukraine from multiple directions, while the Ukrainians, led by President Volodymyr Zelenskyy, are putting up “fierce resistance”, according to US officials. The attack began on February 24, when Russian President Vladimir Putin …

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