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Top 3 Storytelling Essentials for Fundraising

first_imgOnce Upon a Time…Everyone loves a good story. In celebration of National Tell a Story Day, we’re opening up early registration to our May Masterclass Webinar, “How to Tell Stories That Take Supporters from Passive to Passionate.” Discover the four steps to successful storytelling with Julia Campbell, author of Storytelling in the Digital Age: A Guide for Nonprofits.Whether you prefer to curl up with a good book or get lost in a film, the story is what captures our imagination. A good narrative brings people together and forms a common ground; it evokes emotion, sparks passion, and creates empathy.For a nonprofit, a good story can:intrigue journalistsinspire donorsmotivate staff and boardrally supportersignite advocacysecure corporate sponsorshipStories are the basic building blocks for reaching our goals.As fundraisers, you’re responsible for arousing sympathetic emotions and inspiring action. The most powerful way to do that is to tell a great story. But what makes your story great? What do you need to include?The essential elements of any good story are the character, desire, and conflict.CharacterYour protagonist is who your audience relates to. Personalize your organization and mission. Look at your data and find those case studies that can serve as representational stories for the work you do. People are twice as likely to give a charitable gift when presented with an emotion-inducing personal story that focuses exclusively on one character’s plight.DesireWe all want something. What is the desire within your character’s story? Is it a need to change their world, to obtain something, get rid of something, restore order, or escape a threat? Make sure their need is powerful and immediate.ConflictConflict refers to the obstacles that arise and prevent the character from getting whatever she or he wants. Powerful stories about relatable people overcoming challenges inspire the reader (or listener) to help. Tap into those universal human emotions and your audience will engage with you.Particularly when it comes to telling your nonprofit’s origin story—whether you’re discovering how to tell it for the first time, or simply want to refresh your approach—a powerful narrative is the foundation of successful fundraising.Join us for our May webinar “How to Tell Stories That Take Supporters from Passive to Passionate” to explore more tips to create the ideal story for your fundraising.Early registration now open. Sign up today!last_img read more


What Does the “Pathway to Paris” Mean for Adaptation?

first_imgAs delegates gather for the UN climate talks in Geneva this week, they will have a lot of issues competing for their attention. One topic that deserves to be top of mind is how best to treat adaptation in the global climate agreement to be finalized this December in Paris.A growing number of studies show that communities around the world are already experiencing the effects of climate change in the form of extreme heat, unpredictable weather and sea level rise. The Paris Agreement presents a phenomenal opportunity to accelerate and scale up action on adapting to these impacts, improving the lives of hundreds of millions of people for decades to come. Doing so is in everybody’s interest. While adaptation is carried out at the national and sub-national levels, the benefits are widely shared globally. Moreover, effective adaptation will require societal transformation that can only be achieved with a global collective effort.Setting an aspirational adaptation goal—and ratcheting efforts up over time to reach it—can catalyze the wide range of actions necessary for all communities, especially the poorest, to have the means to be more resilient. How could climate negotiators make this happen?Create an adaptation goal and a “ratchet-up cycle.”The idea of a global goal and cycles of increasingly ambitious commitments is familiar from mitigation efforts, where the globally agreed goal of limiting average temperature increases to 2 degrees Celsius provides a quantitative benchmark for assessing pledges.] A similar approach could be applied to adaptation, but with a qualitative and aspirational goal (e.g., “all communities build climate resilience”) providing a basis for periodic assessment of global and national progress. Set an adaptation ‘north star’ that can inspire action worldwide.Adaptation is characterized by a dizzying array of international projects, initiatives, networks and platforms for collaboration. Setting an adaptation goal with periodic strengthening cycles would give the global community a venue for creating coherence and synergy amidst the growing profusion of action around the world. The iterative adaptation cycle would offer a structure to identify promising innovations, and enable collaboration around countries’ identified priorities and needs.Strengthen the hand of proactive national adaptation advocates. A goal with an improvement cycle would empower those at the national level who are pushing for greater efforts on adaptation and resilience. For example, the chance to shine on the global stage—by winning recognition for designing and implementing an effective adaptation strategy—can be especially attractive for many smaller countries. It’s especially powerful for countries, such as Rwanda, which are putting their own domestic funding into adaptation activities and elevating adaptation on their domestic agendas.Focus on the end, not only the means. Adaptation action in poor nations certainly requires support from developed countries, but a growing number of countries recognize that the story does not end there. While financial support remains crucial, so do other activities such as technology transfer, regional knowledge-sharing and capacity building. A global adaptation goal could help keep the focus on the world’s desired destination rather than on a single path to get there.The Ripple Effects of AdaptationWhen everyone adapts, everyone wins. Trade, security, economic opportunity and human well-being are enhanced when the global community can focus on effective development and positive partnership agendas rather than on emergency humanitarian responses to one disaster after another. As countries negotiate in Geneva and beyond, they must keep these benefits in mind, and create an agreement that helps communities build resilience over time.last_img read more


Portugal hold Italy to become first team into Nations League semi-finals

first_img Aleksandar Mitrovic’s Panenka-style penalty sails over the bar. Photograph: Marko Đurica/Reuters Share on Facebook Mitrovic then shaved the far post and forced a good save from Petkovic with headers in the closing stages of the first period as Montenegro struggled to break out of their own half.Roared on by a small but noisy group of fans, Montenegro looked more purposeful after the break and striker Mugosa fired a thumping shot into the roof of the net from 10 metres out. Mirko Ivanic had Predrag Rajkovic at full stretch moments earlier and with their confidence restored, Montenegro came within inches of grabbing an equaliser barely a minute after they scored when Mugosa fired wide from 15 metres.Rajkovic kept out two rasping long-range efforts as Serbia defended desperately in the last 15 minutes, triggering muted celebrations from the home crowd after the final whistle.Sweden won 1-0 in Turkey to keep alive their chance of winning League B Group 2. They must now beat the leaders, Russia, in Stockholm on Tuesday to win promotion. Facebook Share on WhatsApp Monday 19 NovemberLeague A, Group 1: Germany 2-2 NetherlandsB1: Czech Republic 1-0 SlovakiaB4: Denmark 0-0 Republic of IrelandC3: Cyprus 0-2 Norway, Bulgaria 1-1 SloveniaD1: Georgia 2-1 Kazakhstan, Andorra 0-0 LatviaD4: FYR Macedonia 4-0 Gibraltar, Liechtenstein 2-2 Armenia Pinterest Share on Twitter Serbia closed in on promotion to the Nations League second tier after a 2-1 home win over neighbours Montenegro left them top of Group 4 in League C. Serbia, who won with first-half goals from Adem Ljajic and Aleksandar Mitrovic, have 11 points from five games, four more than Montenegro who can no longer clinch top spot.Ljajic and Mitrovic, who also missed a penalty, put Serbia in the driving seat but they were forced to hang on after Stefan Mugosa pulled one back in the 70th minute. The home side dominated the opening period and Ljajic fired them ahead in the 30th minute when he took a delightful Dusan Tadic through ball into his stride and beat goalkeeper Danijel Petkovic with a cool finish. Mitrovic doubled the lead two minutes later with a superb header after twisting and turning in mid-air to meet a teasing Aleksandar Kolarov cross from the left.However, the Fulham striker was guilty of a poor Panenka-style penalty miss in the 38th minute, dinking the ball over the bar as he tried to emulate the spot-kick by the Czech maestro that was made famous at the same ground. Antonin Panenka scored the winning goal with an audacious effort to give Czechoslovakia the 1976 European Championship title with a penalty shootout win over West Germany at Red Star Stadium, but Mitrovic fell woefully short of matching it. Reuse this content Portugal Quick guide Nations League fixtures and results Read more Sunday 18 NovemberLeague A, Group 2: Switzerland 5-2 BelgiumA4: England 2-1 Croatia B3: Northern Ireland 1-2 Austria C2: Hungary 2-0 Finland, Greece 0-1 EstoniaD2: San Marino 0-2 Belarus, Moldova 1-1 Luxembourg  Show Share via Email Friday 16 NovemberLeague A, Group 1: Netherlands 2-0 FranceB1: Slovakia 4-1 UkraineB4: Wales 1-2 DenmarkC3: Cyprus 1-1 Bulgaria, Slovenia 1-1 NorwayD4: Gibraltar 2-6 Armenia, Liechtenstein 0-2 FYR Macedonia Thank you for your feedback. Hide Photograph: Jane Barlow/PA Tuesday 20 NovemberLeague A, Group 3: Portugal 1-1 PolandB2: Sweden 2-0 RussiaC1: Scotland 3-2 IsraelC4: Serbia 4-1 Lithuania, Montenegro 0-1 RomaniaD3: Malta 1-1 Faroe Islands, Kosovo 4-0 Azerbaijan Turkeycenter_img Read more Thursday 15 NovemberLeague A, Group 2: Belgium 2-0 IcelandA4: Croatia 3-2 SpainB3: Austria 0-0 Bosnia-HerzegovinaC2: Hungary 2-0 Estonia, Greece 1-0 FinlandD1: Kazakhstan 1-1 Latvia, Andorra 1-1 GeorgiaD2: Luxembourg 0-2 Belarus, San Marino 0-1 Moldova Nations League Share on Messenger Sweden Ryan Fraser fires Scotland close to Nations League promotion Croatia coach Zlatko Dalic to speak to Dejan Lovren after Ramos elbow brag Ups and downs so farLeague AFinals: Netherlands, Switzerland, Portugal, EnglandRelegated: Germany, Iceland, Poland, CroatiaLeague BPromoted: Ukraine, Sweden, Bosnia-Herzegovina, DenmarkRelegated: Slovakia, Turkey, N Ireland, Rep of IrelandLeague CPromoted: Scotland, Finland, Norway, SerbiaRelegated: Estonia, Slovenia, Lithuania, CyprusLeague DPromoted: Georgia, Belarus, Kosovo, Macedonia Share on LinkedIn Montenegro Was this helpful? Share on Pinterest news Portugal became the first team to qualify for the Nations League semi-finals when they held on for a goalless draw away to Italy to make sure of top spot in Group Three in the competition’s top tier.Italy dominated the first hour and Portugal were rescued by the Wolverhampton Wanderers keeper Rui Patrício, who twice denied Ciro Immobile when the forward looked set to score. He also saved Lorenzo Pellegrini’s header from close range in stoppage time. Topics Twitter Portugal have seven points from three games in the three-team group, two ahead of Italy who have finished their campaign. Poland, who visit Portugal for the group’s final game on Tuesday, have one point and have already been relegated. It was the second time in a year that Italy were eliminated from a competition by a 0-0 draw at San Siro, having failed to qualify for this year’s World Cup following the same result against Sweden last November.“We suffered in the first half when we had a lot of difficulty,” said Portugal’s coach, Fernando Santos. “The first 15 minutes of the second half were more even and after that we were no longer under pressure. The result ended up being a fair one as Portugal were better in the second half.” Serbia Saturday 17 NovemberLeague A, Group 3: Italy 0-0 PortugalB2: Turkey 0-1 SwedenC1: Albania 0-4 ScotlandC4: Serbia 2-1 Montenegro, Romania 3-0 LithuaniaD3: Azerbaijan 2-0 Faroe Islands, Malta 0-5 Kosovo  Italylast_img read more


IACS Updates Forward Strategy, Elects New Chairman

first_imgzoom The International Association of Classification Societies (IACS) has updated its forward strategy and work plan for the upcoming year at its 69th Council meeting held in Santa Margherita, Italy, chaired by Roberto Cazzulo, Chairman of RINA Services and outgoing IACS chairman.New IACS Chairman Philippe Donche-GayDuring the three days of Council, high-level meetings were held with the IMO Secretary-General and Industry representatives, who participated at relevant sessions of the Council meeting.The Secretary General thanked IACS for its continuing technical advisory work at the IMO and set out a number of current IMO initiatives including the effective implementation of IMO instruments on which IACS is advising.The two key topics discussed and agreed at Council were:The continued work programme in order to meet the schedule for the entry into force of the IACS Common Structural Rules for oil tankers and bulk carriers on July 1st, 2015; and relevant IMO verification of compliance with the IMO Goal Based Standards for new ships’ design and construction.The continued work to develop functional requirements for structural safety of post-Panamax container ships.Philippe Donche-Gay, Executive Vice-President and Head of the Marine & Offshore Division, Bureau Veritas, was elected as Chairman of IACS with effect from July 1st, 2014.Philippe Donche-Gay said: “The great scope of IACS’s work goes on out of sight, focussing on the technical detail which helps keep shipping and shipbuilding safe and efficient. All 12 members are contributing resources in the form of 350 engineers who work on IACS work groups. The detailed plans show the very wide scope of the work of IACS and just how vital it is to shipping.”Press Release, June 30th, 2014; Image: BVlast_img read more


Célébration de la Semaine du droit et de la démocratie du 14

first_imgLa Semaine du droit et de la démocratie, qui commence aujourd’hui, le 14 avril, pour se terminer le samedi 19 avril, célèbre le rôle de pionnier joué par la Nouvelle-Écosse dans la démocratie canadienne. Démocratie 250 et la section néo-écossaise de l’Association du Barreau canadien se sont associés pour souligner cette semaine le fait qu’en 1754, la Nouvelle-Écosse a établi la première Cour suprême en Amérique du Nord, quatre ans avant que la province ne tienne la première assemblée d’un gouvernement représentatif au Canada. « Les quatre piliers de notre liberté, les pouvoirs exécutifs et législatifs du gouvernement, le pouvoir judiciaire et la liberté de presse, ont tous été des premières néo-écossaises », a déclaré John Hamm, co-président de Démocratie 250 avec Russell MacLellan. « Notre province a influencé le cours des événements qui ont façonné l’histoire de notre pays. C’est selon moi, quelque chose dont tous les Néo-Écossais devraient être fiers et que tous les Canadiens devraient savoir. » Démocratie 250 et la section néo-écossaise de l’ABC tiendront quelques activités au cours de la semaine, notamment un lever du drapeau à l’Assemblée législative et un jeu de questions anecdotiques sur le droit et la démocratie, « Celebrity Over the Top! » À Kentville, il y aura pour les élèves une simulation de procès, et il y aura une activité portes ouvertes au palais de Justice d’Halifax. Au cours des 25 dernières années, l’Association du Barreau canadien et ses sections provinciales et territoriales ont célébré la Journée du droit pour souligner le rapatriement de la Constitution canadienne et la signature de la Charte canadienne des droits et libertés. Démocratie 250, une entité neutre qui inclut des représentants des trois partis qui siègent à l’Assemblée législative de la Nouvelle-Écosse, est responsable des célébrations du 250e anniversaire de la naissance de la démocratie parlementaire au Canada. Les célébrations ont aussi pour but d’amener les jeunes à s’engager à nouveau dans le processus électoral. Pour voir le calendrier complet des manifestations pour la Semaine du droit et de la démocratie, consultez Pour diffusion : La Semaine du droit et de la démocratie qui commence aujourd’hui et qui prendra fin samedi, souligne le rôle de pionnier joué par la Nouvelle-Écosse dans la démocratie canadienne. Démocratie 250 et la section néo-écossaise de l’Association du Barreau canadien se sont associés pour célébrer cette semaine le fait que la Nouvelle-Écosse a établi en 1754 la première Cour suprême en Amérique du Nord, quatre ans avant que la province ne tienne la première assemblée d’un gouvernement représentatif au Canada. Selon John Hamm, co-président de Démocratie 250, les Néo- Écossais devraient en être fiers et tous les Canadiens devraient savoir que les pouvoirs exécutifs et législatifs du gouvernement, le pouvoir judiciaire et la liberté de presse ont tous été des premières néo-écossaises. Démocratie 250 et la section néo-écossaise de l’ABC tiendront quelques activités au cours de la semaine, notamment un lever du drapeau à l’Assemblée législative, un jeu de questions anecdotiques, une simulation de procès pour les élèves et une activité portes ouvertes au palais de justice d’Halifax. -30-last_img read more


Condo construction to overshadow graves of 47 ronin samurai in Japan spurring

Condo construction to overshadow graves of ’47 ronin’ samurai in Japan, spurring protests by Yuri Kageyama, The Associated Press Posted Jan 13, 2015 12:41 am MDT In this Jan. 8, 2015 photo, a monk Kenmyo Muta looks at the condominium construction site next to Sengakuji temple in Tokyo. The “47 ronin” samurai who inspired the long-loved saga of loyalty and honor eulogized in films, books and plays are fighting a new kind of battle in urban Japan. An apartment complex is going up next to the curved tile-roofed Sengakuji temple where the three-century-old graves of the ronin, or masterless samurai, lie. (AP Photo/Eugene Hoshiko) TOKYO – The “47 ronin” samurai who inspired the long-loved saga of loyalty and honour eulogized in films, books and plays are fighting a new kind of battle in urban Japan.An apartment complex is going up next to the curved tile-roofed Sengakuji temple where the three-century-old graves of the ronin, or masterless samurai, lie. The stone monuments, standing barely waist-high, are known here and elsewhere as a humble but proud testament to sacrificing one’s life for what’s right.The Buddhist monks who are still praying for the souls of the ronin, visitors from near and far, and the neighbourhood residents including those who run souvenir stores are all aghast. Nearly 2,000 people have signed a petition demanding a stop to the construction. Huge protest banners are up by the gate.Plans show an eight-story condominium, measuring 24 metres (79 feet), dwarfing the graves and placing the temple’s main wooden gate in its shadow. Building has already begun and construction is expected to be completed later this year.“People who come and pray here, including tourists from abroad, can’t believe why this is being allowed,” said Kenmyo Muta, a priest at the temple. “Anyone can see what it will do to this beautiful place.”The plight of the graves highlights the recurring struggles between commercial development and the effort to preserve history.Although many European and American cities work hard to maintain the old, Japanese cities often are a hodgepodge of cutting-edge futuristic buildings next to kitsch, if not slum-like, chaos, exemplified in sign posts galore and cheap erratic construction.“What we are seeing here is the tragically common, ever repeating story, where a private gain is valued higher by the existing laws and planning regulations than the preservation of a public historical asset,” said Christian Dimmer, assistant professor for urban design at the University of Tokyo.Similar conflicts are unfolding around Japan, Dimmer said, especially as new earthquake-resistant technology allows for ever taller construction, setting off controversies such as whether from-the-street view of Mount Fuji might get blocked.No illegality is involved in the condominium’s construction. The neighbourhood around the temple has stayed quaint only because residents voluntarily kept buildings no higher than three stories.There are no laws in that area to restrict the height of buildings, even if they’re right next to a site designated by the government as “historic sites, places of scenic beauty and natural monuments,” as were the graves since 1922.Damaging such a site is punishable by law. But not building right next to it, said Takahiko Noguchi, a city-planning official at Tokyo’s Minato ward office.“We do see the cultural heritage site as our treasure, and we want to protect it,” he said. “But we cannot force a change or a stop to the plans.”Although protesters are asking the ward to buy the property and make it part of a tribute to the 47 ronin, Noguchi said no such funding decision was likely, as money must be allocated to projects that benefit the entire ward.The construction company Daiichi Realter Co. in Tokyo declined to comment.Armand Piscopo, a 44-year-old salesman from New York, and first-time visitor to Japan, said he had known about “Chushingura,” as the story of the 47 ronin is called, for a long time.Overshadowing the temple with an apartment block is a “shame,” he said, after inspecting the graves through the wafting smoke of burning incense.“This should be kept exactly the way it is,” said Masao Yamamoto, 64, a retired electronics engineer who came from Shizuoka in central Japan to see the graves, especially that of his favourite ronin, Horibe Yasubei, an orphaned master swordsman.Horibe and other samurai, including 16-year-old Oishi Chikara, were ordered to commit seppuku, or ritual suicide by disembowelment, en masse. They had known that would be their end, because they had taken the law into own their hands to avenge the wrongful death of their lord.What adds to the appeal, especially in conformist Japan, where the individual is often sacrificed for the team, is how they kept plans for revenge secret for nearly two years to avoid their plot being uncovered, and went about their daily lives, enduring taunts about cowardice.Muta, the priest, calls it “the path to do the right thing.” Even today, everyone is searching for that path, whether you are a father, schoolteacher or politician, he said.“Three hundred years ago, they forged ahead on that path,” he said.On a snowy Dec. 14 in 1702, or so the historical legend goes, the ronin, since played by stars including Toshiro Mifune, Keanu Reeves and Kanzaburo Nakamura, donned makeshift armour and beating on drums stormed the palace of their powerful high-ranking enemy.Later, the ronin paraded through the streets of Edo, as Tokyo used to be called, dangling the bloody head of their victim from a spear, to the cheers of onlookers who perhaps knew, even then, that the 47 ronin were destined to become eternal heroes.Near their graves still stands the old well, where the head was washed before it was presented before the grave of their lord.“I wonder what has happened to Japan that it can’t protect its own culture,” said Akane Yoshida, whose parents and grandparents run a sweet-sake shop by Sengakuji, and who leads the protests against the condo construction. “I am outraged.”___Sengakuji online: Yuri Kageyama on Twitter at AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to TwitterTwitterShare to FacebookFacebookShare to RedditRedditShare to 電子郵件Email read more


Alberta to announce new oil and gas royalty framework on Friday in

CALGARY – Alberta Premier Rachel Notley will unveil the province’s new oil and gas royalty framework on Friday.The announcement will take place in Calgary, a city that’s seen scores of job losses as a result of the crude oil price collapse.Industry players have warned the NDP government against making any changes that would add to the pain during the downturn.The policy will be based on recommendations by a panel headed by Dave Mowat, head of Crown-owned bank ATB Financial.Other panel members include energy economist Peter Tertzakian, Leona Hanson, mayor of Beaverlodge, Alta., and former Alberta deputy finance minister Annette Trimbee.The panel began its work in August and had hoped to finish its report by the end of last year. Alberta to announce new oil and gas royalty framework on Friday in Calgary by The Canadian Press Posted Jan 28, 2016 7:25 am MDT Last Updated Jan 28, 2016 at 8:00 am MDT AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to TwitterTwitterShare to FacebookFacebookShare to RedditRedditShare to 電子郵件Email read more


Pregnant women children among the victims in latest Mediterranean tragedy – UNICEF

A number of children and pregnant women were among the 240 people reported to have drowned off the coast of Libya while attempting to cross the Mediterranean Sea this week, the United Nations Children’s Fund (UNICEF) said.In a news release, UNICEF’s Helena Rodriguez, a gynaecologist and cultural mediator (an interpreter of cultural needs and practices) working with Italian health workers to assist rescued from the sea spoke of the loss and suffering of the survivors brought to the Italian island of Lampedusa yesterday.“It is an awful situation here,” said Ms. Rodriguez.Speaking, in particular, of the anguish of a young Liberian woman who lost her two-year-old son, 13-year-old daughter and 21-year-old brother – all of whom drowned when their boat capsized, the UNICEF official said:“The tragedy has left this young woman in a state of deep shock after she saw her children and her young brother drown in front of her.”Smugglers shot at them and forced them to go. This is why so many people drowned just 12 km from the Libyan shore“Even though she had paid smugglers $2,400 for her family to make the crossing from Libya to Italy, when she and others saw the completely unseaworthy boat, they refused to get in because they were afraid. But the smugglers shot at them and forced them to go. This is why so many people drowned just 12 km from the Libyan shore,” she added.The Liberian woman, one of 29 survivors brought to the island, is also suffering from acute pneumonia.According to UNICEF, two other women who were saved by the same Norwegian rescue vessel also lost their children at sea. Most of the victims were from Senegal, Liberia, Guinea, and Nigeria.Additionally, the UN agency noted that those rescued were in difficult physical and psychological condition upon arrival – with some in a coma and others suffering from severe burns due to exposure to engine fuel.It added that 2016 is set to be the deadliest year on record for the Mediterranean with more than 4,200 refugees and migrants having died attempting the dangerous journey across the sea. Nearly 160,000 have arrived to Italy by sea so far this year. read more

11 Children Baptized At The Parish Of The Transfiguration

first_imgWILMINGTON, MA — The following eleven children were baptized and joined the Parish of  the Transfiguration on May 19, 2019:Scarlett Rae BrowneGeorgia Mae BrowneRowan David CallahanCooper Gerard CarrozzaJackson George GreeneAutum Alice GriffinLeah Bailey HegartyHenry Charles MedorThomas Anthony Morneault Jr.Ruby Rose PetrelisAnthony James PetrelisCongratulations to these children and their families.(NOTE: List is from the latest St. Thomas/St. Dorothy church bulletin. The cover photo is from Airgoz Aerial Photography.)Like Wilmington Apple on Facebook. Follow Wilmington Apple on Twitter. Follow Wilmington Apple on Instagram. Subscribe to Wilmington Apple’s daily email newsletter HERE. Got a comment, question, photo, press release, or news tip? Email this:TwitterFacebookLike this:Like Loading… Related4 Children Baptized At The Parish Of The TransfigurationIn “Community”2 Children Baptized At The Parish Of The TransfigurationIn “Community”12 Children Baptized At The Parish Of The TransfigurationIn “Community”last_img read more


Searching for Sheep in Denali

first_imgDall Sheep played and important role in the creation of Denali National Park. That doesn’t necessarily mean they’re always easy to find. Each year, the National Park Service conducts ground-based and aerial surveys to identify sheep population trends in an effort to ensure effective management within the national park.Video: Eric KetoMusic: Starship AmazingAdditional Resources:

In the Punjabi mood

first_imgDelhi was on its feet as a folk musical event was organised as part of the ongoing Mela Phulkari celebrations at IHC by Harinder Singh and  Kirandeep Singh. The special guest present at the event, film director Imtiaz Ali shared his love for Punjab and also that his films have always been inspired by Punjab. He also promised to promote Punjab and use it more often in his films.The event marked the performances of Jasbir Jassi, Punjabi singer and actor  and Pammi Bai with his troupe. Visitors were greeted by traditional musical instruments like sarangi, nagada, dilruba and dhad. The concept was aimed at serenading urban Delhites and pampering their senses. The event saw a revival of art, craft and culture in the feistiest form. Jassi flattered the audience with his song Punjab written by Gurpreet Ghuggi, while Pammi Bhai sang- Allah Jaane, Jugni, Mele Vich Paenda, Gidda.  Also Read – ‘Playing Jojo was emotionally exhausting’Mela Phulkari is aimed at reviving the art and bringing in a fresh whiff of all pretty and popular things from Punjab. It’s a platform where colourful pakhis (hand fans), madanis (butter churner) tilla jutis (footwear), manja (village cots), parandis (the festive hair accessory) are showcased. The  Mela was inaugurated by James David Bevan KCMG, British deputy high commissioner to India on 11 April and is slated to end on 24 April. So head on !last_img read more

Quest continues rapid NSW expansion

first_imgSource = ETB Travel News: Lewis Wiseman Quest Serviced Apartments will significantly expand its New South Wales presence this year, with the serviced apartment operator on track to open five brand new properties.Situated in key suburban and regional locations, the four new properties scheduled to open in the first half of the year include, Quest Liverpool, Quest Albury, Quest Nowra, and Quest Newcastle West.The fifth new Quest property which is Quest Chatswood, is scheduled to open in December at 38 Albert Avenue, Chatswood and will feature 100 apartments.All properties will provide the Quest “home away from home” experience, with kitchen and laundry facilities, separate living/dining areas, Wi-Fi access, Foxtel, gymnasiums and conference room facilities.  Quest chief executive officer Zed Sanjana, said that the company is very excited about the next twelve months for Quest.“New South Wales is one of our key growth markets and I am very excited with how well the five brand new Quest properties are progressing. Expanding our footprint will strengthen our brand and cement our position as the accommodation provider of choice for travellers doing business in this state,” Mr Sanjana said. 2015 is set to be a momentous year of growth for Quest across Australasia, with 12 new properties in the pipeline in Australia and three in New Zealand.“We have created a business format franchise model that takes away many of the major challenges to achieving business success,” Mr Sanjana said.last_img read more


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