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first_imgOn February 8, 2016 (6:30PM), the Boys & Girls Club of Evansville will honor individuals and companies for their commitment to bettering the lives of the children at the Club and in our community.  The Club annually presents a variety of awards in an effort to recognize those who have gone above and beyond for the sake of the kids.  The Club will induct two new board members and recognize 7 individuals for their years of service to the Club.The event will take place in the gym of the Springleaf Financial Services Boys & Girls Club located at 700 Bellemeade Avenue.“We work diligently each year, but it’s because of the support of hundreds of volunteers throughout the year that we are able to impact so many kids. Words cannot fully express our appreciation to the individuals and companies who make what we do possible,” said Ron Ryan, Executive Director. Thank you everyone for your dedication to the kids at the Club.”The following is a complete list of awards to be presented during the Annual Meeting on February 8, 2016 (6:30PM):Service to Youth – for years of service to the Boys & Girls Club:Ben Shoulders 5 yearsJoe Theby Jr. 5 yearsDan Hermann 20 yearsRichard Johnson 20 yearsSteve Witting 25 yearsRuby McGlown 30 yearsJohn Halverson 30 yearsVolunteer of the Year – for tremendous volunteer work that directly impacts the members.Christy DavidsonKelly SiebertFriend of the Club – for tremendous commitment to our Mission.Romain Cross Pointe Auto Park EmployeesWEHT Local LifestylesKeller SchroederFire & RainExtraordinary Service Award – for a Board or Staff Member who has gone above and beyond the normal call of duty.Shawn GallagherJim JarboeBill KennedyMan/Woman & Youth Award – for an individual or organization who has dedicated time and resources for the betterment of youth in our community.Ron RomainLife Members – Board Members who have served on the Board 15 years.John HalversonInduction of New Board Members-The following individuals were elected to the Board of Directors:Mr. Cris Mabbitt (IMI)Mrs. Rachel Mays (Alcoa)About the Boys & Girls Club of Evansville:On December 7, 1957, the Evansville Boys Club opened its doors.  Since then, the Club has remained in the forefront of youth development in our community.  The Club provides comprehensive educational and recreational programs and services for all children, age 5-18.  Over 95% of Club members receive free/reduced-fee lunch.  Over 92% of Club members belong to no other organization or club.  The annual membership fee is $10, which includes all programs, services and special trips (e.g. Holiday World, Otters games, Skate World, etc.).Mission: To enable all youth, especially those who need us most, to reach their full potential as productive, caring, responsible citizens.FacebookTwitterCopy LinkEmailSharelast_img read more

Syracuse drops 3 spots to No. 19 in Inside Lacrosse poll

first_img Facebook Twitter Google+ Published on April 16, 2018 at 12:29 pm Contact Michael: [email protected] | @MikeJMcCleary Syracuse (8-7, 0-5 Atlantic Coast) dropped three spots to No. 19 in Inside Lacrosse’s newest poll. The drop comes after the Orange suffered its most lopsided loss of the season, a 20-11 defeat to No. 5 North Carolina.With two games left in the season, the Orange is still without a conference win and has two chances remaining. First up is No. 2 Boston College, which has yet to lose a game this season, and then-unranked Louisville, which is also without an ACC win.The Orange’s offensive struggles once again shone through against the Tar Heels on Saturday as Nicole Levy was taken completely out of the game and, despite four goals from top-offensive weapon Emily Hawryschuk, SU crumbled.Stony Brook remained atop the poll for the eighth-straight week, followed by BC, who SU plays Thursday, and Maryland, who destroyed the Orange, 18-11, earlier in the season. Comments AdvertisementThis is placeholder textlast_img read more

Kavan, Rohan Make Scholar All-Region Team

first_imgRohan, a midfielder who was named to the All-MVC First Team in 2018 and 2019, recorded two goals and one assist this season. She scored the game-winning goal in Drake’s 1-0 victory over Valparaiso in the MVC Tournament, which helped earn her a spot on the MVC All-Tournament Team for the second year in a row. KANSAS CITY, Mo. – Two Drake University women’s soccer players – Cassie Rohan and Vanessa Kavan – earned places on the United Soccer Coaches Scholar All-Region teams, the organization announced Monday. Rohan received second-team distinction while Kavan was honored with third-team recognition. A senior from Palatine, Ill., Rohan maintains a 3.52 GPA as a marketing major and is scheduled to graduate in the spring. Kavan, a redshirt senior from Lincoln, Neb., recently graduated with a 3.98 GPA in marketing. She was recognized as a member of the MVC Scholar-Athlete First Team for the second-consecutive year and was featured as the MVC Scholar-Athlete of the Week on Sept. 26. Kavan also collected Academic All-District honors this year and received the State Farm MVC Good Neighbor Award. On the field, Kavan contributed to seven shutouts as a defender. She was selected to the All-MVC First Team after registering two goals and a team-best three assists this season. Print Friendly Versionlast_img read more

Ohio’s quirky Christmas

first_imgShare Facebook Twitter Google + LinkedIn Pinterest By Matt ReeseThere is definitely something special about Christmas on a farm, but Ohio’s small towns and cities know how to spread a little holiday cheer as well. Here are some fun (and quirky) Christmas happenings in small towns around Ohio worth celebrating. PortsmouthThis Scioto County seat has had its share of struggles in recent years, but efforts are underway to turn the city around in a positive direction. Those efforts include spreading some Christmas cheer in 2018 with a month-long Winterfest. The Market Square in the city’s Boneyfiddle District has been transformed into a winter wonderland with outdoor ice skating, thousands of lights, and a modern take on an old-fashioned, downtown Christmas. On Dec. 15, Portsmouth is looking to break the world record for the most people simultaneously caroling. The current record is 1,822 held by Waukesha, Wis. The folks in Portsmouth are looking for 2,000 carolers at 7 p.m. on the 15th. All are welcome and it is free to participate.The holiday festivities are part of a broader effort to revitalize Portsmouth, said Matthew Seifert, president of Friends of Portsmouth.“We did a river cleanup after the floodwaters receded in the spring. That led to some momentum to do some other small projects including a movie night for families downtown in Portsmouth and then Plant Portsmouth. We ended up setting a world record for most people simultaneously potting plants. We had 1,405 people come out and we also did a massive cleanup of downtown,” he said. “For Winterfest, we were able to rent an artificial skating rink that simulates the ice skating experience. We built a larger event around that to create a destination for downtown during the Christmas period. Winterfest officially started on Dec. 2. The weather was perfect. It was sunny and 65. We had a couple thousand people come through and the ice rink was never without a line. We have a vendor village, carriage rides, Santa’s workshop where kids can tell Santa what they want for Christmas, and people exit through the Friends of Portsmouth gift shop which has different holiday themed items, many made by local artisans. We have a live nativity scene and multiple events happening through the month.”The efforts have given the city some hope this holiday season.“We have seen so many people excited to participate. One thing that has been necessary to repair in this community, I think, is the morale. For a long time, from economic depression, to the drug epidemics and everything else, the community has really felt beaten down. They are looking for things to feel proud of and we are seeing a lot more of that lately,” Seifert said. “People are excited and talking about Portsmouth and Scioto County in ways they haven’t for a long time.” AnsoniaOn Dec. 1, the Ansonia Community Pride organization hosted its inaugural Lighted Tractor Parade to showcase Darke County’s agriculture.“The community loved it!” said Erin Horst, who helped coordinate the event. “Many farmers are already talking about what they want to do for next year. We really lucked out that the rain cleared and the parade went off without inclement weather. If we can just have a normal fall and get harvest over early next year, that might help with participation.”The parade included 36 tractor, RTV and golf cart entries, with the majority being tractors. The entry fee for the parade was a donation to the Ansonia Food Pantry and it raised over $800, Horst said. Businesses stayed open late for the parade to cap off the day of events that started with a pancake breakfast and included a visit from Santa.Ansonia Community Pride organized the event that builds on other recent community activities including hanging banners honoring local veterans, paintings in town, and numerous community events. Plans are already being made for the 2nd Ansonia Lighted Tractor Parade on Dec. 7, 2019. CliftonWhile the tiny village of Clifton is fairly understated most of the year, it sets the heavens aglow during the holidays thanks to the legendary Christmas light display at Clifton Mill. The Satariano family that owns the mill is once again dazzling thousands of visitors with an incredible 4 million-light display. The display was recently featured on the ABC TV Show The Great Christmas Light Fight “Heavyweights” episode that includes the nation’s top holiday light displays. Clifton Mill won the top prize of $50,000 for the best display. The episode aired in early December.The tradition of the Christmas lights stems from the Satariano family tradition of decorating their family home each year while current owner Anthony Satariano was growing up. After buying the mill, it only seemed natural to continue the tradition on a bigger scale.“We bought 100,000 lights thinking that would be enough. We learned a lot. People would pull in and say, ‘Wow this is really neat.’ We just did more of it after that to share with people,” Satariano said. “We can get several thousand visitors on a good night.”The Clifton Mill is also in the running to win Best Public Holiday Lights Display for USA Today. You can see the contenders and vote for Clifton Mill at 10best.com/awards/travel/best-public-holiday-lights-display/. The national winners will be announced Dec. 21.last_img read more

Five Years Of Android: The Devices That Defined Google’s Mobile OS

first_imgdan rowinski The Rise and Rise of Mobile Payment Technology Tags:#Android#Google#smartphones#tablets Released: February 24, 2011.Hardware: 10.1-inch screen (800×1280), 6000 mAh battery (non-removable), 32 GB internal storage, 1 GB RAM, 5 MP back camera, 2 MP front camera.Firmware: Android 3.2 (Honeycomb)Google took a break from the Nexus line with Android 3.2 Honeycomb and went with Motorola for the flagship device of the operating system. Honeycomb and the Xoom turned out to be a complete albatross in the Android ecosystem, never gaining traction with consumers or developers. In fact, Honeycomb was so lampooned for being “half-finished” that Google never even released the normally open source Android kernel code and very few devices were ever made that used the operating system. Honeycomb was supposed to be Google’s answer to the Android tablet conundrum. To this point, the only Android tablets that had been released ran some version of Froyo or Gingerbread, Android versions that were suboptimal for large screen devices. Honeycomb ultimately served as the stepping stone between Gingerbread and Ice Cream Sandwich, which married the smartphone and tablet capabilities of Android and made it much easier for developers and manufacturers to create applications for a variety of screen sizes. Galaxy Nexus Released: November 17, 2011.Hardware: 4.65-inch screen (720×1280), 1750 mAh battery (removable), 16/32 GB internal storage (no external memory), 1 GB RAM, 5 MP back camera, 1.3 MP front camera.Firmware: Android 4.0 (Ice Cream Sandwich)In many ways, Android phones made a giant leap at the end of 2011. Screens started to get bigger (eventually much bigger) and Android got a lot smarter, easy to use and out of its own way. This was epitomized with the Galaxy Nexus and Ice Cream Sandwich. Android can almost be categorized into two phases: Android 2.3 Gingerbread and everything that came before and Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich and everything that came after. Starting with the Galaxy Nexus, Android smartphones have run smoother, been more secure, had bigger screens and hardware specifications that are all almost nearly double what came before.Nexus 7 Released: November 13, 2012.Hardware: 4.7-inch screen (768×1280), 2100 mAh battery (non-removable), 8/16 GB internal memory, 2 GB RAM, 8 MP back camera, 1.3 MP front camera. Firmware: Android 4.2 (Jelly Bean)The latest Android firmware is version 4.2, the second instance of Jelly Bean (much in the same way that Android 2.0/2.1 were both Eclair). The Nexus 4 from LG was released at the end of 2012 with two other devices — the Nexus 10 from Samsung (below) and the upgraded Nexus 7. As yet, adoption of Android 4.2 has been minimal as it is an iterative update to what already existed in Android 4.1, with some minor feature upgrades. While many people consider the Nexus 4 to be a superb instance of an Android smartphone, it was criticized for its lack of 4G LTE, of which most new smartphones have included by default. The phone was made available through Google Play store (along with it tablet siblings) and on T-Mobile.Nexus 10 What it Takes to Build a Highly Secure FinTech … Released: October 17, 2009Hardware: 3.7-inch screen (480×854), 1400 mAh battery (removable), slide-out keyboard, 512 MB internal storage (expandable external storage), 256 MB RAM, 5 MP back camera.Firmware: Android 2.0 (Eclair)Boom goes the dynamite. The Motorola Droid was the first true Android smartphone to be popular with the masses. It was released to Verizon with heavy marketing targeted at what the Droid could do that an iPhone could not, like multi-tasking. The “Droid Does” slogan became a popular part of the geek lexicon and was Motorola’s high water mark in the smartphone wars. The Droid shipped with the original Android 2.0 “Eclair” version but was quickly updated to a much more stable version in Android 2.1.Nexus One Released: October 22, 2008Hardware: 3.2-inch screen (320×480), 1150 mAh battery (removable), slide-out physical keyboard, 256 MB internal storage (expandable external storage), 192 RAM, 3.2 megapixel back camera.Firmware: Android 1.0The G1 (also known as the HTC Dream) was the first of Google’s flagship smartphones. At the time it was a bit of a curiosity, mostly interesting for how it introduced Google properties (like Maps, Street View, Calendar and Search) to the smartphone market. The G1 was limited to T-Mobile in the United States.Motorola Droid Released: July 13, 2012.Hardware: 7-inch screen (800×1280), 4325 mAh battery (non-removable), 8/16/32 GB internal memory (no external memory), 1 GB RAM, 1.2 MP front camera.Firmware: Android 4.1 (Jelly Bean)The first Nexus tablet was announced at Google I/O in June 2012 and shipped a couple weeks later. The Nexus 7 cemented the market for lower priced tablets (next to the Kindle Fire at $199) with smaller screens in the 7-inch variety. From a hardware point of view, the Nexus 7 was not the most sophisticated tablet ever to be released, but it showed that Android has the ability to seamlessly run on tablet-sized screens while also highlighting the capabilities of Jelly Bean as a tablet operating system. Google refreshed the Nexus 7 later in the year to give it cellular connectivity. Nexus 4 Released: January 5, 2009Hardware: 3.7-inch screen (480×800), 1400 mAh battery (removable), 512 MB internal storage (expandable), 512 MB RAM, 5 MP back camera.Firmware: Android 2.1 (Eclair)The Nexus One was the first Android device commissioned directly from Google to serve as the flagship of the operating system. The One was built by HTC (an altered with HTC’s “Sense” skin for its Incredible smartphone) and immediately became the sexiest Android smartphone on the market. The Nexus series has since become known as the “guide” device for new versions of the operating system. The Nexus One also marked an experiment by Google to bypass the carriers and sell directly to consumers through its website. The One was also one of the first Android smartphone to ship with Near Field Communication (NFC) functionality. This experiment did not take among consumers and most subsequent Nexus devices were offered through Google alongside subsidized versions from the likes of AT&T, T-Mobile, Verizon and Sprint. Google did not release a Nexus device for Android 2.2, with updated firmware for the Nexus One serving as the de facto flagship for Froyo.Nexus S Role of Mobile App Analytics In-App Engagement Why IoT Apps are Eating Device Interfaces Released: December 16, 2010.Hardware: 4-inch screen (480×800), 1500 mAh battery (removable), 16 GB internal storage, 512 MB RAM, 5 MP back camera, VGA front camera.Firmware: Android 2.3 (Gingerbread)Samsung really started its rise to the top of the Android pyramid in 2010 with the release of its wide-ranging Galaxy S smartphones. Google tapped the Korean manufacturer for the next two Nexus devices, starting with the Nexus S. The device was the flagship for Android 2.3 Gingerbread, which is still the most-used version of the operating system years after its release.Motorola Xoom Nearly five years ago, a smartphone came out that few thought much of. Little did people know that the device would be a harbinger for the next half-decade of mobile innovation, pushing boundaries of technology and launching a fundamental shift in how people interact with computers.That phone was the HTC G1, the original “Google Phone.” It was a clunky, bug-ridden touchscreen device with a slide-out physical keyboard. The G1 did not sell particularly well. The buzz at the time was over Apple’s still relatively young iPhone and varying BlackBerry devices, like the original Bold 9000.Let’s not say that the G1 was the beginning of the Mobile Revolution. There are neither beginnings nor endings in the turning of the wheel of technology. But it was a beginning.The beginning of the Android Era.It is amazing to look back at the last five years of Android and see just how far the devices that run Google’s mobile operating system have come. From the G1 to the Nexus 10, the hardware, software and everything in between has gone from buggy, crash-prone phones to finely tuned devices that dominate mobile computing. Google and its manufacturing partners have done well in a half decade of innovation. What will the next five years bring?Google is expected to announce a new version of its Android mobile operating system at its I/O developers conference, which runs Wednesday through Friday this week. Google refreshed its flagship Nexus line in November, and new Android chief Sundar Pichai recently downplayed expectations for major new products at I/O, a change from last year, which saw major launches like the Nexus 7 tablet.Instead, in a sign of Android’s maturation, Google will likely put the focus on devices from its hardware partners, like Samsung and HTC—a sign of Android’s increasing maturity as a platform. Let’s take a look back at the devices that brought Android to this pivotal point in its history.HTC G1 Related Posts Released: November 13, 2012.Hardware: 10.05-inch screen (1600×2560), 9000 mAh battery (non-removable), 16/32 GB memory, 2 GB RAM, 5 MP back camera, 1.9 MP front camera.Firmware: Android 4.2 (Jelly Bean)Samsung came back to produce the first branded large-screen (8-inches or up) Nexus tablet with the Nexus 10. The tablet was the first large screen to roll out with a flagship Android update since Motorola released the Xoom tablet with the Honeycomb release in February 2011. What will this week bring at Google I/O 2013? Will we finally see Android 5.0? Or is there another update to Jelly Bean (Android 4.3)? We will be everywhere at I/O next week bringing you news of Google’s latest gadgets, apps and developer news. Stay tuned.last_img read more

Cowboys Offer Scholarship to Kelby Wickline, Son of former OSU Coach

first_imgWhile you’re here, we’d like you to consider subscribing to Pistols Firing and becoming a PFB+ member. It’s a big ask from us to you, but it also comes with a load of benefits like ad-free browsing (ads stink!), access to our premium room in The Chamber and monthly giveaways.The other thing it does is help stabilize our business into the future. As it turns out, sending folks on the road to cover games and provide 24/7 Pokes coverage like the excellent article you just read costs money. Because of our subscribers, we’ve been able to improve our work and provide the best OSU news and community anywhere online. Help us keep that up. Former Oklahoma State offensive line coach Joe Wickline was regarded as one of the best coaches at the position during his tenure at OSU, so it should come as no surprise that his son, Kelby, has developed into a Div. I prospect at the position.According to a tweet that was shared by Kelby himself, OSU has extended a scholarship offer to Kelby this week. Kelby began his career at UTSA in 2015, and is now a 2017 prospect playing for Jones County Junior College.He has offers reported on the 247sports recruiting website from Missouri, Iowa State, Cal, Kansas, Kentucky, SMU, Southern Miss, TCU, UAB, Western Kentucky, and West Virginia.Wickline originally joined the WVU program earlier in May of this year, before heading to junior college. A 6-foot-5, 275-pound prospect, Kelby is a highly sought after offensive lineman and with OSU’s connections, should be an interesting recruitment to follow.His father, Joe Wickline, who is now the offensive coordinator for West Virginia, coached the offensive line at Oklahoma State under Mike Gundy. So the timing for the offer, with the Mountaineers travelling to Stillwater this weekend, is pretty interesting as well.last_img read more

College Football Playoff Chairman Speaks on Oklahoma State-Central Michigan controversy

first_imgAmong the many controversial topics touched on during the ESPN telecast on Tuesday evening, college football playoff committee chairman Kirby Hocutt responded to a sore subject for OSU fans: The result of the Central Michigan game.“Oklahoma State’s record is 9-2, Hocutt said on Tuesday on the game. “However, the committee is aware of what transpired in the Central Michigan game. We’re aware.”That’s definitely good news for Oklahoma State. There has been a back-and-forth regarding the controversial ‘loss’ earlier in the season, and most recently, the committee showed a hard-line stance on the game that did not favor the surging Cowboys.“We’re viewing it as a loss,” Hocutt said on Nov. 8. “It’s not within our purview to determine wins and losses.”So while they clearly don’t view them as a 10-1 team at the moment, it seems that they’re at least taking that game into consideration. Which is a positive development.The Cowboys came in at No. 10 in the latest college football playoff rankings. But despite moving up just one spot from the last list released a week ago, Hocutt called the difference between the 6-10 teams “very close.”Oklahoma State has a bye this weekend, before going on the road to Norman to face the rival Sooners for the Big 12 title. While you’re here, we’d like you to consider subscribing to Pistols Firing and becoming a PFB+ member. It’s a big ask from us to you, but it also comes with a load of benefits like ad-free browsing (ads stink!), access to our premium room in The Chamber and monthly giveaways.The other thing it does is help stabilize our business into the future. As it turns out, sending folks on the road to cover games and provide 24/7 Pokes coverage like the excellent article you just read costs money. Because of our subscribers, we’ve been able to improve our work and provide the best OSU news and community anywhere online. Help us keep that up.last_img read more

Oklahoma State Falls in AP Top 25 After Bye Week

first_imgAfter sitting out this week with a bye, Oklahoma State dropped one spot in the AP top 25 poll that was released on Sunday afternoon to No. 11, and stayed at No. 10 in the USA Today Coaches Poll.Three-loss USC, who beat a 4-win Notre Dame team Saturday, jumped the Cowboys into the 10th spot.Here’s a look at where the top 25 stands in the AP poll.screen-shot-2016-11-27-at-1-22-55-pm screen-shot-2016-11-27-at-1-23-17-pmThe Cowboys rank No. 10 in the college football playoff committe rankings that will be updated once again on Tuesday. While you’re here, we’d like you to consider subscribing to Pistols Firing and becoming a PFB+ member. It’s a big ask from us to you, but it also comes with a load of benefits like ad-free browsing (ads stink!), access to our premium room in The Chamber and monthly giveaways.The other thing it does is help stabilize our business into the future. As it turns out, sending folks on the road to cover games and provide 24/7 Pokes coverage like the excellent article you just read costs money. Because of our subscribers, we’ve been able to improve our work and provide the best OSU news and community anywhere online. Help us keep that up.last_img read more

10 months agoWoodward steps up Man Utd director of football search after Mourinho dismissal

first_imgTagsTransfersAbout the authorAnsser SadiqShare the loveHave your say Woodward steps up Man Utd director of football search after Mourinho dismissalby Ansser Sadiq10 months agoSend to a friendShare the loveManchester United are determined to find a Director of Football.United recognise the method of having the manager controlling every aspect of the footballing structure is not sustainable.And they want to find someone who can act as a liaison between the boss and executive vice-chairman Ed Woodward.The Evening Standard suggests that after parting with Jose Mourinho, United will search for a caretaker boss and a Director of Football.Candidates include the likes of Andrea Berta and Paul Mitchell. last_img