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DISNEY ON ICE PRESENTS LET’S CELEBRATE! INVITES WISH UPON A STAR TO A VERY…

first_imgDisney On Ice Presents Let’s Celebrate! Presented By Stonyfield YoKids Organic Yogurt Skates Evansville and will host a “Very Happy Un-Birthday Party” with a special group of children from Wish Upon A Star. The children will be treated to a party with treats and gifts and a special meet and greet with the stars of the show. As part of the celebration, 100 complimentary tickets will be given to “Wish Upon A Star” for the evening’s performance.Thursday, April 21, 20165-6 p.m. Happy Un-Birthday Party in The Ford Center Private Party Room5:40-6 p.m. Meet and Greet with Stars of the Show7 p.m. Disney On Ice performanceDisney On Ice presents Let’s Celebrate! Presented by Stonyfield YoKids Organic Yogurt is bringing a colossal party on ice to Evansville beginning Thursday, April 21 through Sunday, April 24 at The Ford Center and is pleased to give back to the community with this special event. For more information, www.disneyonice.comContact:  Lisa Finch, Disney On Ice Publicist, 317-710-6664 mobile, [email protected] Washburn, Executive Director at Wish Upon A Star, 812-204-5068 mobile,[email protected] FacebookTwitterCopy LinkEmailSharelast_img read more

ROTC cadets travel for field training exercise

first_imgWhile most students spent the weekend relaxing or catching up on their homework, cadets in the Notre Dame Army ROTC battalion traveled to Fort Custer in Michigan for an intensive field training exercise (FTX). Sophomore cadet Pat Bedard said the three-day trip gave ROTC members the chance to apply their classroom lessons to field situations. “The battalion arrived at Fort Custer on Friday afternoon and then did a land navigation exercise, which was basically five hours in the morning finding points using essential navigational skills, teaching us how to use the wooded terrain to our advantage,” Bedard said. The cadets worked on situational training exercises (STX) Saturday. The STX work included two hours of training for each of five exercises — reconnaissance, movement to contact, knocking out a bunker, improvised explosive devices (IEDs) and ambushes, Bedard said. “During the STX exercises, the seniors pretended to be the enemy,” Bedard said. “It was definitely a highlight of the weekend to get to shoot them with paintballs.” The group practiced drills in the dark Saturday night. Freshman cadet Colin O’Shea said this exercise, called night-land navigation, was the most difficult task for the students. “Saturday’s night land navigation was the hardest part of the weekend,” O’Shea said. “During the day, land navigation was still hard because it was my second time doing it. I did pretty well, but being alone at night in the forest, in the dark, was extremely challenging.” Junior cadet Kathleen Frechette led her group through a movement-to-contact exercise. “The seniors were playing the enemy, and we were about 300 meters away,” Frechette said. “As the leader, I had to figure out what the mission was, how we’re going to conduct that. We’d move from where we were to try to attack the enemy. It was a practical application of what we’ve learned in class.” Battalion commander Josh Sandler said he and other seniors organized the FTX trip and acted as the enemy in each of the training exercises. Each junior cadet led a squad of sophomores and freshmen through the exercises. Sandler said the exercise is especially helpful for junior cadets because next year they will spend one month in a required Leader Development and Assessment Course (LDAC). The course will test their leadership abilities, physical fitness and other useful skills. “[This weekend was] like a mini LDAC,” Sandler said. “It’s trying to take 30 days worth of training and evaluations and cram them into one weekend.” Sandler said he and the other seniors added exercises in garrison leadership, or planning for everyday needs for the men and women under a leader’s command, to this year’s FTX. Squad leaders now need to manage the day-to-day concerns of their group while everyone lives in close quarters. “Now with the addition of garrison leadership … that’s 24 hours that you need to be on your game,” Sandler said. “It’s meant to be the addition of a huge amount of stress … While our previous FTXs have been good, they’ve been incomplete without this garrison leadership piece. “My role as a [senior cadet and battalion commander] is to train [the younger cadets] to be better prepared than I was, and I feel that we have accomplished this.” Junior cadet Ted Spinelli said he was glad the weekend exercise would prepare him for the LDAC in the summer. “The [Leader Development and Assessment Course] is the apex of ROTC, the stepping-stone where a very large amount of our total performance in ROTC is established,” Spinelli said. The LDAC determines the number of placement options in the Army for the senior cadets after graduation, Spinelli said. “For me the most helpful part of the weekend was executing a patrol mission on Sunday, and developing a plan to execute that mission that was executed on the larger patrol or platoon-size scale,” Spinelli said. “The longer time allotment and more complex objective made this a more involved exercise, more similar to what we would be doing as officers in the army after school.” Sandler said that while the weekend was challenging, the cadets in his battalion learned important lessons for their ROTC training during the FTX weekend. “The most [difficult] part of the weekend was the constant physical discomfort,” Sandler said. “They don’t get to eat or sleep very much, and it’s very cold, wet and windy. That is a constant part of this training. But this is forcing them to be agile thinkers despite this discomfort. Teaching decision making under less-than-ideal conditions is how the Army prepares us to be leaders.”last_img read more

Say what? Three bedroom houses now cheaper than two bedroom units in Brisbane

first_imgTwo-bedroom units are now more expensive to rent in Brisbane than three-bedroom houses, according to PRDnationwide.The Queensland capital has the highest rental vacancy rate of all capital cities at 2.7 per cent, according to the report.It stated that was not surprising due to the oversupply of inner-CBD apartments.But SQM Research’s latest June update revealed asking rents for both houses and units in Brisbane rose slightly during the month — an indication surplus stock is being absorbed by rising demand. COFFEE KING SELLS GOLD COAST APARTMENT New research has found it is now cheaper to rent a three-bedroom house than a two-bedroom unit in Brisbane.IT IS now cheaper to rent a three-bedroom house than a two-bedroom unit in Brisbane, new research reveals.PRDnationwide’s Australian Economic Property Report 2018 found that in the March quarter of this year, the median weekly rent for two-bedroom units of $400 eclipsed that of three-bedroom houses at $390. GET THE LATEST REAL ESTATE NEWS DIRECT TO YOUR INBOX HERE The finding comes despite concerns about an oversupply of apartments in the inner city region.PRDnationwide national research manager Diaswati Mardiasmo said it was “an extremely interesting trend” that was also occurring in Sydney and Melbourne.Dr Mardiasmo said the research included suburbs in the entire Brisbane local government area, where there was a mix of new and old apartment stock — not just the inner-city region. Houses are now cheaper to rent than units in Brisbane, new research shows.More than 9800 residential properties remain vacant in the city.SQM Research managing director Louis Christopher said he was not too surprised two-bedroom units were more expensive to rent than three-bedroom houses in Brisbane.“The main reason for the close pricing is location,” Mr Christopher said. CRICKETER’S HOME READY FOR AUCTION “Three bedroom homes are, by far, the typical property type in the middle and outer rings of each capital city, but not in the inner rings, where apartments are the norm. “As we know, the closer to the city, the higher the rent.”Mr Christopher said he was confident the worst was over for Brisbane landlords and the city was set to benefit from Sydney’s housing downturn.center_img Older apartments in the Brisbane suburb of St Lucia. Photo: Liam Kidston.“I think, at the end of the day, when it comes to capital city living, there’s more demand for units due to their convenience,” Dr Mardiasmo said.“And that means landlords are being able to charge the same for a two-bedroom unit as a three-bedroom house.” ONE BEDDER SELLS FOR $2.6M More from newsParks and wildlife the new lust-haves post coronavirus17 hours agoNoosa’s best beachfront penthouse is about to hit the market17 hours agolast_img read more

AEK Completes BIG Move with Lescott

first_imgAEK has officially announced the biggest signing of the summer in the Greek SuperLeague, English International Joleon Lescott! The 34-year old defender signed a 2-year deal with the Kitrinomavri.Joleon Lescott agreed to terms with AEK on Friday and was expected to arrive Saturday to sign with the club, however a late push from Italian side Pescara delayed his move to Greece. AEK increased their offer and Lescott arrived at 4:00 AM local time Monday morning. Today, he successfully passed all the medical tests and signed a 2-year deal with the Enosi.After signing his new contract he stated that he is well-aware of AEK’s rich history and that he came here to win titles. He also mentioned that Ketsbaia played a role in his decision as the two were former teammates at Wolverhampton in 2000.Lescott has an impressive football background, playing most of his career in the English Premier League along with many call-ups to England’s National Team. He made his professional debut as an 18-year old with Wolverhampton where he played from 2000-2006 (212 appearances, 13 goals). He continued in England with Everton until 2009 and registered 113 appearances with 14 goals. In 2009, he made a big move to Manchester City where he won two Premier League Titles (2012, 2014) and one League Cup (2014) in his five seasons with the club (107 appearances, 7 goals). In 2014, he transferred to West Brom and last season he was irreplaceable at Aston Villa, who was relegated to the English Championship (2nd Division). In total, he has made 286 appearances in the English Premier League, scoring 23 goals, and keeping 100 clean-sheets!The 34-year old defender has played with all of England’s National Teams, registering 26 caps with the Men’s team from 2007-2013. His first and only goal came at Euro 2012 against France.AEK coach, Timur Ketsbaia, will have arguably the strongest center-back duo in the league with former Barcelona player Dmytro Chygrynskiy and now Joleon Lescott.This could be the Dikefalos’ last signing of the summer however according to sdna.gr, AEK could make one more move before Wednesday’s transfer deadline. The next signing will be a striker or a defensive midfielder. Source: www.agonasport.com (Facebook – Instagram)TweetPinShare0 Shareslast_img read more