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U.S. Department of Labor Announces $5.5 Million to Support Transitioning Service…

first_imgFacebook0Tweet0Pin0 Submitted by Pacific Mountain Workforce Development CouncilIt is with tremendous excitement that we announce Pacific Mountain Workforce Development Council (PacMtn) has been awarded a National Emergency Grant (NEG) in the amount of $5,586,385.  The grant will fund assistance for approximately 900 transitioning service members from Joint Base Lewis-McChord (JBLM).  It will provide these transitioning service members with case management, supportive services and training to help them apply the sought after skills they acquired through military service in the civilian workforce.Over the next year, as the military down sizes, the Department of Defense will be transitioning over 8,000 service members from JBLM.  Nearly 40% of those heroes are expected to stay in the region.  It is also expected that another 12,000 that called Washington home before joining the service will be transitioning out of other bases from around the U.S.“This region is privileged to have Joint Base Lewis-McChord in our community.  Those who have served our country deserve to be welcomed with yellow ribbons, banners and opportunities for jobs that use their sizeable skills to make our communities better,” said Cheryl Fambles, CEO of PacMtn. “The Workforce Development Councils of this state, along with all our local partners are excellent at making those connections for them to do so.  The resources of this grant will help us do it even better.”This NEG will take important next steps in the implementation of the “VOW to Hire Heroes Act”, which was written by U.S. Senator Patty Murray, and signed into law by President Obama in 2011.  The primary goal of this effort is to not only lower the unemployment rate for our national heroes who are transitioning from military service, but also to connect this talented highly skilled labor force to the jobs of our region.“Today’s news serves as a shining example of what happens when we establish strong partnerships between the public and private sector in order to support our nation’s heroes,” said Senator Murray.  “For too long we’ve been patting our veterans on the back to thank them for their service and sending them out into the job market alone without the basic help they need. I’m grateful for the work being done by JBLM and the Pacific Mountain Workforce Development Council to implement the VOW to Hire Heroes Act and provide our men and women in uniform with the tools and resources necessary to not only make it in the workforce, but to succeed.”last_img read more

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Racer turned adult model Renee Gracie tells Indians to ‘get off her page’

first_imgImage Courtesy: Instagram(@renee_gracie)/AlamyAdvertisement visp4NBA Finals | Brooklyn VsglzWingsuit rodeo📽Sindre Ebun11( IG: @_aubreyfisher @imraino ) 1uw2Would you ever consider trying this?😱2rocrCan your students do this? 🌚1yzRoller skating! Powered by Firework Last week, Renee Gracie was all over the headlines. The former Australian female V8 Supercars driver, who had joined the adult film industry a couple of months ago, took to social media to share her experience in her new line of work, and gained huge popularity. However, Gracie is on the news again, but this time, the adult model is upset on her audience from India, and she has accused them for stealing her pics!Advertisement Image Courtesy: Instagram(@renee_gracie)/AlamyThe 25 year old has recently lashed out at Indians, claiming that they have been using her images and videos illegally, as she wrote in a post on her OnlyFans page.“To all you Indian a**holes on my page. Stop stealing my images,” Gracie went all out in her post.Advertisement She further alleged that her viewers from India have been using her content to create fake profiles on social media, as she continued, “They are copyrighted and I own them not you. Stop making pages of me and stop sharing my videos and images illegally,”“I don’t like Indians now. If your Indian, get off my page now! Your not welcome here anymore. I will be removing all India’s from my page tonight,” a furious Gracie concluded her post.Advertisement Gracie revealed that she has been making around $25,000 a week since she signed up for the content subscription service OnlyFans, after which she has been able to recover from financial debts much better than her Dunlop Super2 Series days.“It has put me in a financial position I could never have dreamt of and I really enjoy it. I sell those photos and people tip me,” Gracie said on a live session on Instagram. I have a 30-year housing loan that I am about to pay off in 12 months,” she added.While there have been criticisms thrown at Gracie for switching her career to adult entertainment, she said that her family has been very supportive, and she is deciding to stick to her new profession.If you like reading about MMA, make sure you check out MMAIndia.com Also follow India’s biggest arm wrestling tournament at ProPanja.comAlso read-Exclusive: CWG medalist Deepak Lather: Made it as a sprinter before weightlifting!Gary Kristen reveals how he prolonged Sachin Tendulkar’s career in the Indian team Advertisementlast_img read more

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Twin Lights Brewing Has Heart Set On Highlands

first_imgSince starting the blog two months ago, the partners have published six posts, which is essentially outlining a detailed approach to founding one’s own brewery, including “Building a Business Plan,” “Designing a Brew System” and, of course, “Finding the Right Location.”Ideally, Grundmann and Betros have their hearts set on finding a site along Bay Avenue with the real Twin Lights perched above. But locating a building with the right height clearance to accommodate their equipment and at the right price point is easier said than done.“The search is a process and we’ve already seen several locations but nothing that we thought was a perfect fit,” Grundmann said. “If we have to expand our search to Middletown and Atlantic Highlands we can but the idea is to be as close to the Twin Lights as possible. This won’t work as well if we’re not. In our hearts and minds, Highlands is the place.”This article was first published in the June 14-June 21, 2018 print edition of The Two River Times. A former financial advisor with International Planning Alliance in Shrewsbury, Grundmann said the most important hurdle to clear is acquiring the capital to make this vision a reality. But he is confident his background and relationships in the finance industry will help move the project forward.In the meantime Grundmann, along with Mike Betros, president and director of brewing operations, will continue to grow the Twin Lights Brewing brand by focusing on what sets their operation apart from the rest. “Part of building an audience is communication and sharing your story and message with people,” Grundmann said. “The craft beer craze is as much about the beer as it is connecting with people and making them feel as if they’re part of something. That’s why we fell in love with it. And it’s how we want to operate.” “The generic answer is that we make great beer. But so does everyone else,” Grundmann said. “What makes us different is the sense of inclusivity around us. We want to let people in on our process and let them grow with us.”Grundmann and Betros grew up together in the Leonardo section of Middletown, developing a bond at Bayshore Middle School that strengthened over the years.The pair officially went into business in 2016 when they trademarked Twin Lights Brewing and created a limited liability company, putting their plan for a brewing location and tap room in motion.Since launching the brand, Grumann and Betros have placed a premium on community engagement and, though they are not yet licensed to serve and distribute their product, they have pledged to pull back the curtain on their step-by-step process, offering supporters total transparency through the Twin Lights Brewing Blog. By Chris Rotolo |HIGHLANDS – An up-and-coming craft brewing team is in search of a home in Highlands.Twin Lights Brewing, which takes its name from the storied lighthouse over-looking the borough and Sandy Hook, is in the early stage of locating a brick-and-mortar location for its craft beer imprint.Co-founder and CEO Will Grundmann, 27, hopes to have that site secured and fully operational by next summer.“I think the most realistic and reasonable timeline is summer 2019,” Grundmann said. “I don’t think that’s too ambitious. I think we’ll be brewing beer at our location by then.”last_img read more

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It’s a Rider/Als rematch Sunday in Edmonton

first_imgThe Saskatchewan Roughriders have made it back to the Grey Cup next Sunday in Edmonton.However, the Roughriders know they’ll be constantly reminded of the 2009 heartbreak over the next few days, but they’re happy to be in a position to talk about it.The Roughriders upset the Calgary Stampeders 20-16 in a frigid West final Sunday at McMahon Stadium in Cowtown. The Riders meet the Montreal Alouettes at the 98th Grey Cup game.The Als earned a third straight trip to the Cup with a 48-17 win over the Toronto Argonauts in the East final Sunday.Saskatchewan is going back to the CFL championship game to try and exorcise the ghosts of last year’s debacle.Leading 27-25 in the final minute in Calgary, the Roughriders began celebrating a title when Alouettes kicker Damon Duval missed a 43-yard field goal attempt with no time remaining.But Saskatchewan was called for too many men on the field on that kick and Duval made good on his second chance from 33 yards for the 28-27 victory.The game is set for 3 p.m., PST on TSN (The Sports Network.)last_img read more

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‘A big accomplishment’ for Glacier Gym Club

first_imgTen gymnasts and two members of the trampoline team from Nelson’s Glacier Gymnastics Club, strutted their stuff at the 2016 BC Provincial Championships held recently in Langley.All the gymnasts’ performances seamlessly fit in with the lower mainland and other BC clubs.  The Glacier team brought home 13 medals, 20 top-ten placements ribbons and the Level 7 Glacier team took first place on beam.“The coaching team is very pleased to have the gymnasts win so many top-ten placements,” said Sandra Long, Glacier Gymnastics Head Coach.“At the Provincial Championships, the categories are very large, running in the high 30’s and up to 40. So a top ten finish is a big accomplishment. And it also shows that our gymnasts are strong and accomplished on all the apparatus events.” In the Level 6 category, Lily Taylor competed in her first Provincial Championships, 13 year-old division. She won Silver all around and on vault, Gold on beam and bars and Bronze on floor.  Another first timer, Eden Bellman, competed in the nine and under division; claiming the Silver medal for her elegant beam routine.  Abby Majeski, competed in the 10 year-old division, winning a Bronze medal for her impressive bar performance.In the Level 7 category, Brianne Stefani, 11 years and under, took home the Gold medal for her confident beam routine and Silver for her floor routine. Sara Tolles, 15 years and up, also claimed the Gold medal for her graceful beam routine and Silver for her floor routine. Olivia Kelly, 14 year division, dazzled the judges with her unshakeable Beam routine, earning a Silver medal.Detailed Results:Trampoline Level 2- Girls 14 & up: Zoe Crisfield – 7th Double Mini, 9th TrampolineTrampoline Level 2- Boys All ages: Matthew Bullen – 11th Double Mini, 11th Trampoline Gymnastics Level 6 9 and under: Eden Bellman – Silver Beam, 4th Floor, 5th All Around; Shelbi van Hellemond – 6th Vault, 7th Floor10 years: Abby Majeski – Bronze Bars, 7th Floor, 10th All Around11 years: Dafni van Hellemond – 5th All Around, 5th Floor, 6th Vault, 7th Bars13 years: Lily Taylor – Gold Bars, Gold Beam, Silver All Around, Silver Vault, Bronze FloorGwen McCrory – 8th Bars, 10th All Around, 10th Beam14 & up: Teagan McTague – 6th BeamGymnastics Level 711 years: Brianne Stefani – Gold Beam, Silver Floor, 4th All Around, 8th Bars14 years: Olivia Kelly – Silver Beam, 10th All Around15 & up: Sara Tolles – Gold Beam, Silver Floor, 5th All Around, 10th VaultLevel 7 Team – 1st Place Beam, 5th Place Floor, 10th All Aroundlast_img read more

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