E.P.D Crime Prevention Unit Fall Festival Child Safety TipsBefore you arrive at the Festival, talk with your child about the large crowd that will be there. Tell them that there will be numerous Police Officers and Officials that your child can safely approach if they become separated from you. After you arrive at the Fall Festival, point out Police Officers and Deputies in uniform. Tell them they can go to anyone wearing a similar uniform for help. Also point out Nut Club members to your child and the distinctive straw hats with the various bands (bolo’s) around their hats. Tell them they can also seek out these Nut Club Members for help.Make sure you as a parent are constantly aware of your children’s whereabouts. Children are easily distracted at the Fall Festival, with all its sights, sounds, and smells, and is a prime spot to be easily distracted-even for adults.It is always best for parents of younger children to hold that child’s hand when walking in or around the Fall Festival. (For numerous safety reasons)Before you leave for the Fall Festival, take a picture on your cell phone, of your child/children so that you know for sure what they are wearing. It can also be shown to Officers who are looking for the lost child.If you become separated from your child, do not panic. Seek out the closest Police Officer, Deputy or Nut Club Member for assistance. The clothing color and style will be helpful for Officials actively looking for your child. (The better the description or photo, the easier it will be for Officials to spot your child.)For your children who are older and/or adults in your group, have a pre-determined meeting spot if you or anyone else in your group becomes separated.If you feel your child is old enough to wander around without you, it is best if they pair up with a sibling or friend of similar age. Have them check in with you by calling or texting, every 15-30 minutes to update their location to you. Have a pre-determined time and location of departure in order to meet at that location when you are leaving the festival.Parents, it recommended that you not allow any child younger than high school age to walk around in the games/rides area on Friday or Saturday nights without adult supervision. This becomes a VERY congested area.FacebookTwitterCopy LinkEmail
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David Marnane is the busiest of the Tipperary trainers at the County Louth track with three entries.He saddles up Sassy But Classy in the opener, followed by Harry Trotter in the Dundalk Stadium- Light Up Your Night Handicap, which goes to post at 6:10 – he’ll be joined in that one by Denis Hogan’s Burren View Lady and Maontri, trained by MJ Tynan.Marnane’s final entry is He’s Got Rhythm in the 6:40, but there are four other Tipp trainers across the card. Charlie Swan’s Emiest Rose and the John Ryan trained Jesmond Lodge go in the 7:10, with TJ O’ Mara and Eamon O’ Connell sending out Athassel and Noverre Princess respectively, half an hour later.The final runner is another O’ Mara trained horse- Saslong, who competes in the 8:40.
SANDY HOOKOcean Fun Days will once again be offered at Sandy Hook from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. on Sunday, May 20. For the ninth consecutive year, this popular pre-summer event will focus on eco-friendly hands-on programs and feature special tours and more that help explore and celebrate the wonders of the Jersey Shore.Ocean Fun Days, which is also slated for Island Beach State Park on Saturday, May 19, will feature dozens of exhibitors and include displays, exhibits and demonstrations that promote natural resources and energy conservation. An annual science fair showcased at Ocean Fun Days encourages students in grades 3-6 from Ocean and Monmouth counties to discover new information about the Jersey Shore, share it with others and earn recognition and valuable prizes for their schools.This year, the Sandy Hook event, based at the NJSGC headquarters in Fort Hancock, has been expanded to offer tours of most of the historic sites located within the park, including first-time access to the U.S. Coast Guard station and vessels.Back by popular demand, the NOAA/James J. Howard Marine Fisheries Lab will open its doors to the public for tours and the chance to meet NOAA lab scientists.A transportation loop has been set up at Sandy Hook to shuttle people around the event using a trolley provided courtesy of the Sandy Hook Foundation, natural gas jitneys and school buses.The student recipients of the NJSGC Stew Tweed Fisheries and Aquaculture Scholarships also will be announced during a special ceremony at the event.The scholarships were established in 2007 by NJSGC to honor the memory of Tweed who served as a marine agent for the New Jersey Sea Grant Extension Service between 1978 and 2005. The scholarship perpetuates Stew’s dedication to applying fisheries and marine related technology and scientific information to the real world of shellfish aquaculture and commercial fisheries, and his commitment to educating students of all levels about sustainable fisheries and aquaculture.Ocean Fun Days is presented by New Jersey Natural Gas, in partnership with the New Jersey Sea Grant Consortium (NJSGC), the Asbury Park Press, the state Department of Environmental Protection, the state Division of Parks and Forestry and National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA).RUMSONThe Borough of Rumson will be holding its annual Memorial Day parade and service on Monday, May 28.The parade will begin at 10 a.m. The parade route will march east on Blackpoint Road to River Road, turn left (west) on River Road and proceed to Victory Park.The service will begin at Victory Park at 10:30 a.m. and will be followed by the placing of the wreaths.
March is done and now it’s time to move into April as Kerry Reed of Reel Adventures Charters drafts up another few tips for fishing on Kootenay Lake with the Kootenay Lake Fishing Report.So read and enjoy.March saw some mixed weather patterns rolling in, so our days were hit and miss. We did spend a lot of time on the rivers chasing early spring Bull Trout and we had a blast.The jet sled proved itself very helpful this spring on the rivers so far. The Kootenay river and other tributaries are full of Bulls in the Spring. And when the ice came off, we began to target these fish. Bulls chasing spawning whitefish were pretty aggressive this year.Bull Trout between six and 12 pounds were caught on a daily basis. A lot of fun was had by all who braved the early spring weather conditions. And the end results were very rewarding. We’re looking forward to the fall Bull Trout fishery as the Bulls chase spawning Kokanee up the rivers again in the fall.Kootenay Lake:The lake has been providing us with lots of action each day lately. Most days saw us hooking into 10 – 15 fish between two-five pounds. Although, we did have a few fish in the 10 Lb range last month, but few and far between. Rainbows and Bull Trout up to 12 pounds were caught in the past month. We also had our first opening for West Arm Kokanee at the beginning of this month. The Kokanee fishing was consistent and the sizes were good. Most anglers were back at the dock with their limits within the first couple hours of the day. Looking forward to what our spring weather could bring. Our next couple months should prove interesting for the lake. The Gerrard spawn will be the telltale sign of what is to become of our lake. Stay tuned……Duncan lake: Duncan lake has been fun and a nice change from Kootenay. There seems to be a lot more people fishing there as well. The Bull Trout fishing has been good and as the water warms up, the Kokanee fishing gets better and better. Nice to see a healthy population of both Bulls and Kokanee in this lake. We have had some great days up there so far with some double digit days with Bulls between five – 12 pounds. Should be good fishing for a few more weeks or until the lake levels get really high. Our Lyman plugs have been producing best. Surface fishing has been good, as well as the downriggers from 30 – 60ft has produced well. Definitely a nice change of scenery and fishing.Columbia River:The river is heating up nicely. Rainbows, Walleye, and Pike are all cooperating right now. We have had some spectacular days flyfishing for Rainbows. Early spring rainbows are my favourite. We have hooked into some monsters already. The average fish have all been the usual Columbia River size ranging between two to four pounds. Although, we have hooked into some six and seven-pound fish in the past couple weeks. And some even bigger that screamed our line, but were never to be seen. Exciting spring action. Some resident Walleye have been sticking around this year also. We usually don’t target these fish until late summer when they seem to really stack up in the river. Although, we have been fishing for them lately with some great success. Good to know there are a lot of options at this time of year. Pike are also being caught while targeting Walleye. Remember to keep every Pike you catch, as they are not native to this system. Walleye between one to four pounds have been caught lately, as well as Pike up to 18 pounds.What are they biting on??On the lake, we are catching most fish on the surface. Bucktail flies have been my favourite technique. Purples have been the most productive. Common numbers of 203, 207, and 224 have worked best for me. As well as some greys such as number 202, 210, and 221. And on the downrigger, we have been having success with our favourite Lyman plugs and flasher & hoochie combo. Our speeds are still relatively slow due to the water temperature, but look to speed things up as the water warms up. On the river, we have been having most luck with the Rainbows on the fly. Floating lines with an indicator and nymph have provided lots of action. As well as sinking line while swinging streamers. The Walleye have been taking the usual bottom bouncer technique or jigs with twisters. And the Pike have been hitting on just about anything, although we haven’t been specifically targeting them.Whats coming up:We are expecting the lake fishing to pick up even more as the water gets warmer. So, expect lots of fish in April, May, and June. Our river fishing should only get better and better as well. As the weather warms up and the bugs start hatching, the fish will become more and more aggressive. Looking forward to the next few months of fishing. We are also looking forward to our upcoming Salmon/Halibut fishing season. This year is expected to be another good run of Salmon and we still have a few openings to fill. Drop me a line if you’re interested in filling your freezer with fish for the year. That about sums it up. Hope this helps with your fishing excursions this month.Tight lines…………………. Kerry Reed Reel Adventures Sportfishing Nelson B.C 250-505-4963 www.reeladventuresfishing.com
Make your animations more realistic! Learn how to sync cartoon lips in this After Effects Tutorial.If you’ve ever tried to sync cartoon lips in After Effects it can be a very frustrating task, especially if you are trying to make it look natural. Syncing lips to audio requires a lot of time and patience, but there are a few techniques you can use to speed up the entire process.In the following After Effects video tutorial we’ll show you how to animate the lips of your cartoons. For this tutorial you will need to create your own character in Adobe Illustrator. The tutorial covers:Working with WaveformsAnimating Mouth LayersCorrect Mouth PositionsImporting Illustrator FilesIn order to shape your lips the right way I highly recommend checking out a few lip syncing diagrams on the Internet. While you certainly don’t need a new lip animation every frame, adding more keyframes will give your lips a more “natural” look.Need music for your next big animation project? Check out the cartoon section here at PremiumBeat.What did you think of this tutorial? Have any questions? Share in the comments below.
Allardyce: Why would Pochettino quit Spurs for Man Utd?by Freddie Taylor10 days agoSend to a friendShare the loveFormer Bolton, Everton and England boss Sam Allardyce has questioned why Mauricio Pochettino would leave Tottenham for Manchester United.With Ole Gunnar Solskjaer in danger of losing his job at United, several reporters have linked Pochettino to the top job at Old Trafford.Given the poor form of Tottenham, it is possible that a Pochettino exit could happen in the winter or summer.But Allardyce believes the Argentine coach would be better off staying put because Spurs have a superior squad to United.Metro quote “Big Sam” as saying: “I can’t see Mauricio going anywhere at the moment.”Tottenham are a better squad than Manchester United – and that is a telling fact.”It’s alright saying, ‘this is Manchester United, one of the biggest clubs in the world’. But has it got the team to go with it to represent Manchester United?” About the authorFreddie TaylorShare the loveHave your say
Darius Rucker Notre DameESPN radio personality Mike Golic, a Notre Dame grad, and country star Darius Rucker, a South Carolina fan, made a bet prior to the women’s Final Four game between their two schools. Notre Dame won, so Rucker lost the bet. He paid up last night. Here he is singing the Fighting Irish fight song to Golic on stage at a concert. Here’s for all you Notre Dame fans… @dariusrucker #FightSong pic.twitter.com/rD7KqUE3CX— kenzz (@mblessingg) June 28, 2015Enjoy it, Notre Dame fans.
Los Angeles: Jared Padalecki and Jensen Ackles have said that it was a “community decision” to bring the curtains down on their hit show “Supernatural”. The series, which will culminate with its 15th season, features the two actors as the Winchester brothers who hunt demons, ghosts, monsters, and other supernatural beings. Speaking at the “Supernatural” convention in Las Vegas, Padalecki said, “This was a community decision”. He further said that there was never any pressure from The CW network and the studio to wrap up show, reported Entertainment Weekly. Also Read – I have personal ambitions now: Priyanka Ackles added that the show’s end was debated for months by both the cast and the crew. “Nobody wanted to see this show fizzle out. I think that it was everyone wanting to do the biggest service to the show that we could by going out strong. It just seemed like the writing was kind of on the wall as to when that was happening. “Everybody kind of felt that it was coming soon, and so it was just taking that leap of faith of going like, ‘Well guys, let’s get out the paint and paint that finish line because what we’ve accomplished is unlike any other’,” he said. The final season will consist of 20 episodes. The show is executive produced by Robert Singer, Andrew Dabb, Phil Sgriccia, Jeremy Carver, Eugenie Ross-Leming, and Brad Buckner. It is produced by Warner Bros Television, in association with Wonderland Sound and Vision.
Members of the OSU women’s volleyball team meet in a huddle during a match against Florida Gulf Coast on Sept. 5 at St. John Arena. OSU won, 3-1. Credit: Emily Yarcusko / For The LanternThe Ohio State women’s volleyball team swept the competition at the 9th Annual Sports Imports D.C. Koehl Classic and improved to 4-2 on the season.OSU first beat Auburn (3-3) and then Florida Gulf Coast (2-4) on Friday, before defeating Southern Illinois (2-5) on Sunday.In the third match of the tournament against Southern Illinois, the Buckeyes defeated the Salukis in four sets (22-25, 25-17, 25-17, 25-19).Senior outside hitter Erin Sekinger led the Buckeyes in kills with 16, while freshman outside hitter Luisa Schirmer and sophomore middle blocker Taylor Sandbothe each had 11. Schirmer also led the team in digs with 15, followed by sophomore libero Valeria León with 11.OSU coach Geoff Carlston said he liked what he saw from the team’s defensive play after making changes following the University of Oregon Invitational the previous week.“We made a couple tweaks that made a big difference,” he said. “It simplified less movement so we could dig some balls.”Junior outside hitter Elizabeth Campbell said on Friday that the Buckeyes corrected problems were already showing in their first two matches.“Another key (to victory) was to communicate on the court,” Campbell said. “We had a lot of young (players) playing tonight and just talking to each other throughout helps (them) out.”In its second game on Friday against FGCU, OSU won in what was its closest game of the tournament in four sets (22-25, 25-20, 26-24, 25-18).Sandbothe led the Buckeyes in total points with 16 kills, three digs, one block and one assist. León led the team in digs with 19 and Schirmer contributed 12 kills.FGCU senior setter Gigi Meyer, the daughter of OSU football coach Urban Meyer, had 131 assists and 27 digs throughout the tournament. Against the Buckeyes, she led the Eagles with 42 assists and had 9 digs.In its opening game of the tournament game, OSU defeated Auburn in three sets (25-14, 25-14, 25-20).In the first set, OSU went on a 10-0 run to gain a 15-5 advantage and from that point held all the momentum. The third set proved to be a closer fight, but the Buckeyes still managed to win by five — which was their largest lead of the period.Senior setter Taylor Sherwin had 17 assists and 2 digs. Schirmer had eight digs, six kills and four blocks. Sekinger led the Buckeyes in kills with 10 while León led the team with 13 digs.Campbell, Sandbothe and Schirmer all received all-tournament recognition, while Schirmer was named the most outstanding player.After receiving the all-tournament team selection in Columbus after doing the same in the Buckeyes’ season-opening tournament in Oregon, Sandbothe said she believes having home court advantage was helpful in fixing mistakes made in Oregon, and for the future.“Getting a home court advantage really helped us to lean on what we needed to do,” Sandbothe said. “We’re still a pretty young team so having leadership come from the younger players is a huge part of what makes us work.”The team is scheduled to be back in action Friday at the Millenium Hotel Invitational. The Buckeyes are scheduled to face Syracuse at 4 p.m., followed by Ohio on Saturday at 10 a.m. and Xavier later that evening at 7 p.m.