Incredible. The Sun newspaper ran a full page article saying how awful it was that we showed a film of Rugby League superstar Keiron Cunningham going deerstalking. ITV used a similar piece. What has happened to British journalism? Have they sent all the good ones to cover the General Election? In this week’s Fieldsports Britain programme, episode 24, we fight back in the name of shooting sports. That’s not all. Did your school win the prize for best shooting team in the country? You can watch all the action from the Schools Challenge at Bredon in Gloucestershire last weekend.
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The WANTED on their first ever live tour of schools! buy ‘All Time Low’ from: iTunes: bit.ly Amazon: bit.ly HMV: bit.ly
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Acting Providence School superintendent Susan Lusi says, with the closing of four schools, the school district had a challenge this summer in rearranging where students would be going come fall – but they’re well on their way to being ready.
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In the 80s, selected ITV Schools programmes from the Spring and Summer terms would often get a preview showing in either early January or early December, after the Autumn Term finished or before the Spring Term began. These were billed under various banners such as ‘Out of School’ or, as in this example, ‘The Terms Ahead’. Whilst the standard ITV Schools service was networked by ATV and Central, it appears that other members of the ITV Network took turns in networking these previews, so the presentation style varied. Normally the programmes ran from 9.30am until approx 11am. In December 1986, ‘The Terms Ahead’ was shown on Monday 1 December, Tuesday 2 December and Thursday 4 December. Schools programmes postponed from earlier in the term were shown on Wednesday 3 December, as you will see advertised in the footage. Programmes from 12 November were postponed due to the State Opening of Parliament, and I believe a breaking news story meant that TVam coverage was extended on 15 October. These clips are from the Monday and Tuesday, and it appears to be Granada who were responsible for The Terms Ahead presentation that year – can anyone confirm the announcers are Charles Foster and Jim Pope? The slide at the beginning, shown on the Monday, is their local copy of the networked slide used the previous week, and on the Wednesday. The mic was faded up a little late on the first clip! Quite a slick cut from the network announcer to Tyne Tees stalwart Bill Steel who gives out the …
YouTube’s favorite sexy sidekick, Riley McIlwain shows you a day in his life through the magic of sight and sound. The weird, random, unorganized thoughts of his day-to-day activities – or just what it’s like to be Riley. Today’s Episode: What it’s like to be out of High School +++++++++++++++++++++++ Twitter: bit.ly Facebook: bit.ly +++++++++++++++++++++++ SEND ME AN EMAIL: email@example.com +++++++++++++++++++++++ Created by: Riley McIlwain An ideo Production – © 2010. ~
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Here is the new death school pet for level 78. Its called Bone dragon. Here is a list of all schools new level 78 pets: Fire: Efreet Ice: Wooly Mammoth Storm: Triton Balance: Chimera Myth: Basilisk Death: Bone Dragon Life: Gnome Sorry i dont have pictures of all of them. I have seen all the new schools pets on the test realm, and soon will make a video of the hybrids of some of the level 78 pets.
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Erie, PA (PRWEB) April 20, 2012
While FundingFactory reports the highest level of participation in e-waste recycling in program history, only a fraction of printer cartridges, mobile devices and other small electronics are recycled in the United States, leaving millions of pounds of waste for landfills and potential funding for schools and nonprofits unrealized. To increase awareness, and participation in e-waste recycling, FundingFactory
Lake Mary, FL (PRWEB) April 20, 2012
The 2012-13 State Budget referred to as the education budget, was signed by Governor Rick Scott on April 17, providing for $ 1 billion in additional education funding. This increase in funding provides some relief, but Central Floridas financially strained public schools could benefit from additional community support. Lake Mary based CFE Federal Credit Union (CFE) is helping meet the challenge, raising more than $ 90,000 in 2011 for Orange, Osceola and Seminole County public school districts with its innovative debit card program.
The debit card program known as MyCFE4Schools, was launched in August 2009 as an easy, no-cost way for credit union members to earn donations for their local school districts. Every time a member swipes his or her MyCFE4Schools debit card and signs for the purchase, CFE donates five cents to the school district of the members choice. At the end of each year the donations are totaled by school district, and each receives an annual lump sum amount. Those nickels add up quickly. Since the program began, CFE has raised a total of $ 166,500 for the three participating districts.
There is no limit on the amount of MyCFE4Schools donations that CFE will pay. Success depends upon the number of cardholders using the card to make signature purchases. The more they swipe, the more CFE pays, and theres no additional cost to the cardholder. CFE pays 100% of the donation and it does not charge an annual debit card fee. Considering that 60% of Florida voters say they would be willing to pay $ 200 more in taxes to provide increased funding for education according to a March, 2012 survey by the College Board, the MyCFE4Schools debit card seems like a clear solution for Central Floridians.
CFE has always been an avid partner in education, and MyCFE4Schools is an opportunity for members to actively participate in giving to schools without having to pay themselves said Suzanne Dusch, Vice President of Marketing for CFE. CFE originally began as an educators credit union, and although weve expanded our membership to all of Central Florida, weve never forgotten our roots.
CFEs membership is open to anyone who lives, works, attends school, volunteers, or worships in the Orange, Osceola, Lake or Seminole Counties of Florida. More information about the MyCFE4Schools debit card and credit union membership is available at CFEs website, http://www.mycfe.com.
CFE Federal Credit Union was founded in 1937 and currently serves approximately 121,000 members. As of January 31, 2012, CFE had total assets of over $ 1.290 billion and deposits of over $ 1,073 million.
A shocking new study finds US children lag far behind their international peers in subjects like rifle assembly and mine defusing. More coverage at: onion.com
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