Previous articleELDER: Where’s the common sense in ‘common sense’ gun laws?Next articleUTPB engineering building to be state of the art admin RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR Twitter Donna Hartley speaks at a recent Go Red for Women Luncheon event in Amarillo. 2021 SCHOOL HONORS: Permian High School WhatsApp Facebook Pinterest Mixing celebration with information, and fast facts with inspiring stories, the American Heart Association is set to hosts its Permian Basin Go Red for Women Luncheon in Odessa this May.The event is set for May 2 at Odessa Country Club. Donna Hartley is set to be featured as keynote speaker during the event, which will also feature a silent auction, a heart-healthy lunch and more involving the Go Red for Women campaign.“I’m excited,” Hartley said over the phone Monday.The annual event aims to raise awareness toward preventable heart health issues, and raise money for the American Heart Association.Individual tickets are available for $50 at PermianBasinGoRed.heart.org. Group tables and sponsorship opportunities are also available.Hartley is a former Miss Hawaii and actress who has survived cancer and open-heart surgery.“I love to do these because, being a heart survivor, I probably had only two weeks to live or I would’ve had a heart attack,” Hartley said. “So I want other people to become aware, so they check their heart before it gets to that crisis stage.”Hartley said she’s been a part of more than two dozen American Heart Association events.“It’s educational, along with people having a great time, seeing other friends, raising money, being aware, and passing it down from generation to generation to generation,” Hartley said.“It really is a valuable couple of hours. It could save your life, so that’s how valuable it is.”American Heart Association regional communications director Alex Bravata echoed Hartley’s description off the event.“It’s just a good way for women to connect and to learn more about their health,” she said.Bravata said money raised at the event will go toward the American Heart Association’s mission, which she said includes funding research and grants along with awareness-raising ventures.“Our main goal is to raise awareness about women’s heart health, because heart disease does kill one in three women, and I think a lot of people don’t realize that,” Bravata said.“Our goal is really just to raise awareness about heart disease in women, and in men. I think when they come to these events, they can expect some educational advice from speakers, and things like that. And we also want it to be a celebration as far as women coming together.”More Information Foolproof Roasted Pork TenderloinUpside Down Blueberry Pie CheesecakeVirgin Coco MojitoPowered By 10 Sec Mama’s Deviled Eggs NextStay WhatsApp Facebook By admin – April 7, 2018 Local News Go Red for Women Luncheon set for Odessa Twitter Home Local News Go Red for Women Luncheon set for Odessa OC employee of the year always learning ECISD undergoing ‘equity audit’ Pinterest Permian Basin Go Red.Permian Basin Go Red on Facebook.
Press Association Borussia Dortmund defender Mats Hummels has denied making any promise to join Manchester United. Hummels tweeted: “To clarify it: this supposed “promise” is simply fictitious … and that’s the friendly formulation.” Hummels, who could cost from £30-40million, has long been linked with United, most recently in the January transfer window. No deal materialised then but rumours have persisted with manager Louis van Gaal a known admirer of the player and thought likely to want to bolster his defensive ranks in the summer. It has been claimed the World Cup-winning Germany centre-back once gave former United manager Sir Alex Ferguson his word he would move to Old Trafford some time in the future. But now, in the light of reports linking the 26-year-old with a summer switch to United, the player has dismissed such suggestions.
Neighbors Jamesville-DeWitt and East Syracuse Minoa paired up Wednesday afternoon for a cross country showdown that also included Central Square.Amid all the abundant sunshine, J-D’s boys swept ESM 23-38 and Central Square 18-43, with the Spartans falling 24-32 to the Redhawks even though Nick Berg dominated the individual race, his time of 16 minutes, 38.8 seconds more than a minute ahead of the field.The Red Rams had Ahviere Reese finish second in 17:58.8, with Nate Rindfuss third in 18:08.1. Ashton Carona got fifth place in 18:32.6 and Luke Hobika was sixth in 18:34.4 as Colin Rivercomb posted 18:40.5 for eighth place. Casey Engineri had a time of 18:38.4 to put ESM in seventh place. Behind him, Tom Walters posted 19:33.7 to beat out Nolan Byrd (19:35.4) as John Courcy posted 19:45.8.The girls race had J-D hold off ESM 25-33, but lose a close 28-29 decision to Central Square, with the Spartans’ Rachael Ladd best among the local individuals as she finished second in 20:21.6 to the Redhawks’ Jillian Howe (20:00.9).To pace the Red Rams, Madeline Foss finished fourth among individuals in 21:30 flat, nearly a minute ahead of Megan O’Malley’s 22:20.4 as Kathryn Sizing posted 22:37.6., ahead of Cora Gilbert-Sichem (23:08.1) and Miriam Zoghby (23:12.9). Tags: CBAcross countryESMF-MJ-D On ESM’s side, Mary Roach, in 22:35.2, was more than two minutes behind Ladd, with Elena Vespi finishing in 22:58.9 as Tyalor Hoffman got 23:53.7 and Ally O’Brien finished in 24:02.9.Fayetteville-Manlius, sitting atop both state Class A rankings, withstood a challenge from Cicero-North Syracuse last Wednesday afternoon to near a sweep of its SCAC Metro division rivals, along with a sweep of Nottingham.The girls Hornets beat the state no. 14-ranked Northstars 16-43, with Claire Walters tearing to a time of 17:47.9 on the Oneida Shores course, more than half a minute ahead of the 18:19.8 from Phoebe White.Hannah Kaercher, in 18:22.9, and Grace Kaercher, in 18:34.3, completed a top-four sweep ahead of C-NS’s Kate Putman (18:56.0) as Debby Lucchetti was sixth in 19:50.8.Ani Sydorowych finished in 20:18.8 and Leija Borcilo posted 20:25.1.The F-M boys won 18-41 over C-NS, with Geoff Howles, Peyton Geehrer and Sam Otis running together at the front as Howles won in 16:04.5. James Peden was fourth in 17:01.9 as Jack Altimonda posted 17:13 flat and Daniel Patrick (17:35.9) beat out Owen Snyder (17:36.4) for placement.Christian Brothers Academy got a sweep of its own in last Wednesday’s league opener against Westhill.The boys Brothers won 22-33, Michael McMahon needing 17:41 to hold off the Warriors’ Jacob Fricano (17:47) for the individual title. Joel Gaffney was third in 17:48, with Zach Medicis fourth in 17:54 and Riley Nash fifth in 18:01 as Connor Groat (19:05) was ninth.It was a bit closer on the girls side, but CBA won 23-32 over Westhill as Olivia Morganti won in 21:14, with Lea Kyle second in 22:01. Isabella Cannizzo was fifth in 23:37 as Annie Toole got sixth place in 23:45 and Mia Kirch (24:14) clinched it by finishing ninth.CBA went on to a third-place finish out of 35 teams in the boys Small School division of Saturday’s Baldwinsville Invitational, trailing only Skaneateles and Jordan-Elbridge.McMahon was third among individuals in 15:51.8, inches behind the runner-up, Cazenovia’s Jared Smith (18:51.6) as Skaneateles’ Caleb Bender won in 15:31.5. Gaffney was 10th in 16:28.1, with Groat 17th in 16:56.1 as Nash got 21st in the team event in 17:02.6.Meanwhile, the CBA girls were fifth in its Small School division at B’ville, with Kyle fourth among team runners and fifth overall in 19:30.3. Cannizzo got to 10th place in the team race in 19:58.9, with Kirch 35th in 21:32.7.Up in the Large School division at B’ville, J-D was 10th on the boys and girls sides, with Reese 26th in the boys race in a clocking of 16:46 flat and Rindfuss (17:17.9) just out of the top 50. Foss was 27th in the girls race in 20:14.6, with O’Malley (20:39.8) nine spots behind in the team standings.Share this:FacebookTwitterLinkedInRedditComment on this Story