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Blue out at Milan vs Batesville game

first_imgMILAN, Ind. — Last night’s boys basketball game between the Batesville Bulldogs and the Milan Indians was not an easy game for many in attendance.WRBI’s Justin Tucker talked about the special event during the pre-game show.Audio Playerhttp://wrbiradio.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/12/Pregame.mp300:0000:0000:00Use Up/Down Arrow keys to increase or decrease volume.Milan High School Principal, Ryan Langferman talked with Tucker during the half-time show about the support the school received this week.Audio Playerhttp://wrbiradio.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/12/Half-Time-Interview.mp300:0000:0000:00Use Up/Down Arrow keys to increase or decrease volume.Micayla Acra had no life insurance, and a memorial fund has been set up at 5/3 bank, as well as a go fund me account.last_img read more

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Bulldogs Blow Away Trojans

first_imgBatesville won big over East Central 11-1 on Monday in six innings via the ten run rule.The Bulldogs got things started in the first inning, as they scored four runs on three walks and two hit by pitches. Caleb Raab was hit by a pitch and drove in a run during the inning.Batesville scored five runs in the sixth inning. The Bulldog batters contributing to the big inning included Lane Oesterling, Sam Voegele, Joe Bohman, and Nate Slavin, all driving runs in the frame.Oesterling was credited with the victory for the Bulldogs. He lasted six innings, allowing four hits and one run while striking out six and walking zero.Kyle Merkin took the loss for East Central. He surrendered four runs on zero hits over one-third of an inning, striking out one.Nate Slavin led the way for the Bulldogs with two hits in four at bats. The win makes Batesville 5-0 overall and 3-0 in the EIAC. Batesville will take on New Palestine on Tuesday in a non-conference matchup and attempt to stay undefeated.Courtesy of Bulldogs Coach Justin Tucker.last_img read more

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Wisdom joins Norwich on loan

first_img Press Association The 22-year-old, who signed a new four-year contract with the Reds in May, spent last season on loan at West Brom, having previously impressed in the Sky Bet Championship for Derby in a temporary spell the previous campaign. Press Association Sport understands the newly-promoted Canaries will pay a loan fee of £1.25million for the England Under-21 defender, who can operate as a full-back or in the centre. Norwich boss Alex Neil said on the club’s website: “I’m delighted as Andre fits our profile in terms of getting hungry players in who want to make their way in the game. “He’s also had Premier League experience with a few different clubs, so we’re happy to get it over the line. It will add to the competition for places as he’s a flexible player. “In the past he’s played centre-back and right-back. Having added competition to the left-hand side with Robbie Brady, it was important to add something to the right side as well. “The squad is certainly getting stronger, which I’m really pleased about.” Wisdom needs regular first-team football and going out on loan again seemed the obvious move after new arrival Joe Gomez impressed on Liverpool’s recent tour to Asia and Australia to move up the pecking order. Gomez, a £3.5million signing from Charlton, was deployed at left-back for some of the friendlies and looks like being able to provide cover on both flanks as well as in the centre if necessary. center_img Norwich have announced the signing of Liverpool defender Andre Wisdom on a season-long loan deal. last_img read more

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Confusion Trails AFCON 2021 Starting Dates

first_imgFour of the six rounds of Nations Cup qualifying have still to take place.“The Africa Cup of Nations is still planned for Cameroon from 10 January to 8 February 2021,” CAF’s Competitions Director, Samson Adamu, told BBC Sport Africa.“That is subject to change as the Nations Cup is still being assessed. The final decision is to be taken by the Executive Committee soon.”Last week CAF’s Acting Secretary General Abdel Bah told Cameroon media that ‘hosting the Nations Cup next January remains CAF’snumber one priorityamid considerations.’Yet if qualifying does not take place in the international windows in October and November (playing two rounds each month), staging the expanded 24-team tournament in seven months’ time is unlikely to happen.Rounds three and four of qualifying should have been played in March, with the penultimate round in early June and the final round between 31 August-8 September.All these dates have been cancelled though because of the coronavirus, whose true impact on Africa is unclear because of a testing shortage in many countries.”We no longer include September in the strategies because it will be quite complicated to have the teams travel from one country to another as early as September,” Bah told Cameroon’s Radio Sport Info.“We remain very attentive to the development of the health crisis. If we cannot catch up with Nations Cup qualifying in October and November, we’ll need to think of another plan.”Should the Nations Cup be moved, it would be the third time the tournament has changed date – after its original January/February 2021 date was rescheduled for June/July 2021after CAF finally chose against playing in the middle of the European season.Earlier this year, CAF moved the tournamentback to January/February, which it said was because of Cameroon’s climatic conditions while others pointed to a timing clash with the Club World Cup.That FIFA tournament has now been moved back to 2022, which is when CAF might schedule the Nations Cup as 2021 fills up with delayed 2020 competitions such as the Olympics and European and South American championships.“As everyone knows, playing in June/July in Cameroon is difficult because of the weather conditions,” said Bah.“There is already a lot of competition with the Euros and Copa America, so the best time to postpone the Nations Cup would be to January 2022.”Bah explained that some “competitions will be difficult to reschedule”, with the Women’s Africa Cup of Nations among those most at risk.The expanded 12-team tournament was originally scheduled to kick off in November, but so far not one of the 36 entered teams has played a qualifier – while CAF is still to have a host nation after original hosts Congo withdrew.CAF is also undecided over the scheduling for major competitions such as the 2020 Africa Nations Championship (CHAN) and 2022 World Cup qualifiers.The CHAN was set to have taken place in April, while the World Cup qualifiers had been scheduled to start in October, a month when the Nations Cup qualifying is now set to take precedence.One of the earliest tournaments CAF could restart is its African club competition, with the return of the Champions League and Confederation Cup mootedfor as early as July or, perhaps more likely, September.Share this:FacebookRedditTwitterPrintPinterestEmailWhatsAppSkypeLinkedInTumblrPocketTelegram The Confederation of African Football (CAF) is still prioritising a January start for the 2021 Africa Cup of Nations, despite ongoing uncertainty about the continent’s football because of coronavirus.Unclear when many competitions will resume across the continent, where only a handful of leagues are operating, the tournament in Cameroon is shrouded in doubt.CAF itself has yet to confirm a restart date for any of its own tournaments amidst the pandemic, with Cameroon the sixth worst-affected country in Africa with nearly 10,000 reported cases. Ahmad….CAF Presidentlast_img read more

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Congresswoman Yvette Clarke co-authors Dream, Promise Act

first_imgWASHINGTON, CMC – Caribbean American Congresswoman Yvette D. Clarke has joined three of her congressional colleagues in introducing the Dream and Promise Act, also known as H.R. 6, in the US House of Representatives that would allow young immigrants known as “Dreamers” to secure lawful permanent residence and American citizenship.Clarke, the daughter of Caribbean immigrants, who represents the 9th Congressional District in Brooklyn, New York, said the bill is the 116th Congress’s version of the Dream Act that introduced in 2001.However, Clarke said H.R. 6 includes protections and a path to citizenship not just for Dreamers but also for Temporary Protected Status (TPS) for Haitians, among others, and Deferred Enforced Departure (DED) beneficiaries.“We need comprehensive immigration reform that protects Dreamers, as well as TPS and DED beneficiaries. That’s why I am proud to be a co-lead on the Dream and Promise Act (HR 6), ‘she said.The bill is co-authored by House Speaker Nancy Pelosi, Lucille Roybal-Allard and Nydia Velázquez.“This bill will include a path to citizenship for Dreamers, as well as for people covered by Temporary Protected Status and Deferred Enforced Departure. This bill builds upon the Dream Act, the American Promise Act, and the ASPIRE TPS Act, which I introduced last Congress,” Clarke said.last_img read more

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Got Dodgers tickets for the World Series? Here’s what’s on the menu

first_img Newsroom GuidelinesNews TipsContact UsReport an Error Related Articles The Los Angeles Dodgers are back from Boston to try to salvage the World Series after losing the first two games at Fenway Park.It’s sure to be tough, but if you’re lucky enough to have tickets to any of the home games you don’t have to go home hungry.In addition to the usual offerings like the Dodger Dog, Ryan Evans, the stadium’s executive chef, came up with a few new food specials available at the stadium during the World Series. Some of the creations Evans whipped up for the National League Championship Series will also be available, including the West is Best Burger, Esquite and Going Yard Sausage.So cheer on the home team and get your grub on with these specials. Rapper Wiz Khalifa opens HotBox delivery-only restaurant in Los Angeles How coronavirus has impacted the harvest at Temecula Valley wineries Recipes: These salads are delicious and refreshing on a sultry summer evening center_img Taco Bell announces smaller, faster restaurants for mobile customers The Full CountWhere: All On Deck Circle locationsDetails: You better be full after devouring this 12-inch chorizo sausage.Esquite Lobster FriesWhere: All On Deck circle locationsDetails: This is a fusion of L.A. fries, topped with street corn and spices, and Boston lobster.LA 3-WayWhere: All On Deck Circle locations Details: This is just the L.A. version of the classic Boston three-way sandwich, which is a roast beef sandwich with mayonnaise, cheese and sauce.Tempeh NachosWhere: Field Level aisle 10Details: Vegans can get into the game with these tempeh soy nachos.Clam Chowder BowlWhere: Field Level aisles 22 and 23 and Top Deck levelDetails: Unlike Boston, our weather may not be cold enough for clam chowder this weekend, but it’s a nod to a New England staple.Lobster PizzaWhere: Tommy Lasorda’s Trattoria and all Brooklyn Pizza locationsDetails: The Dodgers are being polite hosts with yet another fusion of Boston cuisine with this pizza that’s made with lobster sauce, lobster claws and mozzarella cheese.The Vegan Bowl is one of the World Series food specials available at Dodger Stadium this weekend. (Courtesy of Los Angeles Dodgers)Vegan BowlWhere: Base Bowls standDetails: Another offering for the non-meat eating fans, this dish is filled with citrus-marinated tempeh.Curve BallWhere: All barsDetails: Don’t swing and miss this drink made with Ketel One Botanical Vodka and served in a Dodger Shaker.Cheers to LAWhere: All barsDetails: Because you can’t have enough cocktails served in a Dodger Shaker.WS Half YardWhere: Field Level aisles 4, 49, 50; Reserve Level aisles 14 and 37.Details: If you want to chill, down this frozen cocktails.Sam Adams BeerWhere: On Deck Circle locations and Field Level aisle 1,4 and Loge level aisle 64.Details: Just so Boston beer drinkers can sip something from home. See how nice the Dodgers are?Golden Road/Estrella/Mango Cart MicheladaWhere: No need to even get up because you can order this from your seats.Details: It’s a sweet and refreshing Michelada. The OC Fair drive-thru food event will offer a sweet and savory taste of summer last_img read more

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Teofimo Lopez keeps working ‘The Takeover’ while taking shots at Vasiliy Lomachenko

first_imgThat being said, when Lomachenko’s name was brought up during the media workout earlier this week, Lopez immediately opened fire on the Ukrainian fighter, regarded by many as the pound-for-pound best in boxing.“F— Loma,” Lopez said.Right on cue, his father added: “Loma is running, man — come on! He’s scared. That guy moved from hotels because he didn’t want to see us.”This came after Lopez called Lomachenko out during an appearance on Max Kellerman’s “Max on Boxing” on ESPN in February and again while attending the Loma’s actual fight last weekend at the Staples Center in Los Angeles, where Lopez insists he didn’t even bother watching the champion’s knockout victory over Anthony Crolla.Lopez’s nonstop jabbing at Lomachenko is seemingly bothering the champion. Following his victory over Crolla on Friday, Lomachenko was asked to rank the toughest lightweight — between Luke Campbell, Mikey Garcia and Lopez — in order.Lomachenko’s response?“Campbell, second place Mikey … and second Mikey,” he said, purposely not mentioning the brash Lopez.Well, that didn’t stop Lopez from taking more shots at Lomachenko (13-1, 10 KOs).“Do I think he’s overrated? Absolutely,” Lopez told SN earlier this week. “The reason why being it’s a guy who only has this amount of fights. Obviously, whatever he does, they make it overrated. He just does things a little bit, slightly different from us. That doesn’t mean he is the best, like a god. More shots fired 🔥🔥🔥Ahead of his fight against @PrinceTatli, @TeofimoLopez tells SN that Vasiliy Lomachenko is “overrated.” pic.twitter.com/BrbBcYAiNx— Sporting News Fights (@sn_fights) April 19, 2019 “Terence Crawford is fighting (on the same card Saturday night), I consider him pound-for-pound (best),” Lopez continued. “You have Canelo (Alvarez), you have Anthony Joshua, you have these type of guys that actually set the tone and they’re undefeated on top of it. Well, except Canelo. Floyd Mayweather helped Canelo get to where he’s at. Look at Floyd for example — Floyd didn’t fight like Lomachenko. Let me see (Lomachenko) actually have a fight with someone. They’re picking and choosing these fights.”With Lopez and Lomachenko fighting under the same Top Rank umbrella, one would figure that it wouldn’t be a difficult fight to make. Unless you follow Lopez Sr.’s theory on that.“It’s not (Top Rank founder and CEO) Bob Arum,” Lopez Sr. told SN, “it’s him. … Lomachenko doesn’t want to fight.”When SN asked Arum about the possibility of a Lomachenko-Lopez showdown, the veteran promoter eyed early 2020 as a possible timeframe to cement the fight, which would make sense considering Loma suffered a right hand injury in his fight last week.While Lopez ultimately covets that shot at Lomachenko, he’s not waiting on the champ.MORE: Join DAZN and watch more than 100 fight nights a year (Mark Lelinwalla) https://images.daznservices.com/di/library/sporting_news/79/ff/teofimo-lopez_1408ppht3ayk1qlzbue2k7t4r.jpg?t=903340634&w=500&quality=80 “The Takeover” must continue.“If everything goes as well come Saturday night, make a fight in July — probably not against Lomachenko — but to have that world title opportunity and become world champion,” Lopez said of his immediate focus.“I know what I can do. I wouldn’t say all these things just to get hype off of it. Then, it’s just fake. I’m not going to fake it until I make it. This is who I am and this is what I’m going to do. And if it’s a longer route, we’re still going to take it. But we know, we’re still going to do what we have to do … and it’s working.” It’s earlier in the week, and Teofimo Lopez is showing out in his media workout at the EverybodyFights boxing gym on E. 41st Street in New York City. But before he continues, his father and trainer, Teofimo Lopez Sr., wants to check on him first.“How’s your shoulder?” Lopez Sr. asks his son. Teofimo stretches out his arms in a circular motion, nodding toward his dad as if to say he’s fine.Join DAZN and watch more than 100 fight nights a yearThe tandem went indoor skydiving just two days prior, but Lopez isn’t showing any ill effects from the highflying experience. The audible sounds of him making contact with his father’s pads pop off like fireworks with each punch.“After this, it’s all main events,” Lopez Sr.says, “and then he’ll be pay-per-view king.”The “this” that Lopez Sr. refers to is Teofimo’s fight against Edis Tatli (31-2, 10 KOs). It will serve as the co-main event to Terence Crawford vs. Amir Khan at Madison Square Garden on Saturday, part of the inaugural pay-per-view under the Top Rank on ESPN banner.Lopez (12-0, 10 KOs) has already put boxing on notice (actually, more like given it a standing eight count) for his dynamic knockouts and wild celebrations that have become viral sensations. And although that one-two punch makes Lopez pop out in this boxing climate, the way the 21-year-old phenom has worked his angles inside and out of the ring during this explosive upswing — which he’s dubbed “The Takeover” — has been nothing short of brilliant.There was a moment during the second round of his February fight against Diego Magdaleno in which Lopez pivoted like he was a power forward in the post, took an angle and nailed his hard-headed opponent with a blistering left uppercut.The systematic beating eventually led to a devastating seventh-round KO, followed by a dance made popular by the video game Fortnite and Lopez’s ceremonial backflip.“I actually know what they’re going to throw before they throw it, so I already plan a thing to set the tone for that,” Lopez told Sporting News about how he picks his angles. “Let them pay for it.“I adapt to them and figure out what they’re going to do next,” he continued, “and once I do that … you’re all mine.”That’s inside the ring. Outside the ring, the way Lopez works his angles is equally dazzling.MORE: Teofimo Lopez: The growing legend of boxing’s next big thingThere’s “The Takeover” title he has branded during his shooting star-like ascension up boxing’s ranks. And then there’s Lopez’s ceaseless calling out of WBA/WBO lightweight champion Vasiliy Lomachenko, who also fights under Top Rank.”It’s very important just as much as it is inside the ring, outside the ring,” Lopez explained to SN. “In fact, it’s actually more important outside the ring — not discrediting any of the work that we inside the ring because it obviously has to showcase everything — but what you do outside the ring … what are you bringing? Are you a people’s champion? Then, that’s what sets the tone for people to either follow you more, gain more followers, gain more fans — the ones that love you, the ones that hate you — but you’re gaining them. Or fall down and do something the opposite, which is a negative thing and lose all that. 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Analysis: The right time for the Lakers and Dwight Howard is now or never

first_img Trail Blazers, Grizzlies advance to NBA play-in game; Suns, Spurs see playoff dreams dashed On the one hand while Howard is being humbled, such a role might be more fitting for him at the stage he’s at. At his various stops through the league, fans and observers called Howard out for wilting with all the pressure on his shoulders. With teammates such as Davis and LeBron James, Howard could find himself relatively insulated from scrutiny.The Lakers have also insulated themselves from the possibility that Howard hasn’t changed. A non-guaranteed contract gives the Lakers the most leverage in making sure that Howard puts his best foot forward. His expected $2.6 million salary won’t be fully guaranteed unless he makes it to Jan. 10 on the roster.There are indications, as ever, that Howard has changed. He said earlier this summer in an interview that while he “hated” Bryant for once calling him “soft” during a game, he now understands, and thinks that Bryant was ahead of him mentally. The Athletic reported that players on the Lakers roster met with Howard a day ahead of his official workout with the team and were impressed.It will take time for Howard to turn over others who are skeptical that his second stint with the Lakers will be better than the first. But if a proper time was ever in the cards for the team and the player, it’s either now or never. AD Quality Auto 360p 720p 1080p Top articles1/5READ MOREUCLA alum Kenny Clark signs four-year contract extension with PackersThe more pressing issue of his career is less tangible. While Howard has been productive, averaging 17.4 points and 12.6 rebounds over 15 NBA seasons, a reputation for being an ill fit in the locker room has followed him throughout his career.He’s a pariah in Orlando, where he asked for a trade. Following his flight from L.A., where he had a cold relationship with Kobe Bryant, he had a three-year stint in Houston that included a trip to the conference finals, but he never quite gelled with James Harden. That’s been followed by one-year tenures in Atlanta, Charlotte and Washington – franchises that have reportedly not been sad to see him leave town.According to a report from The Athletic, Howard not only sold the Lakers on his workout and his return to health, but also on a new mindset. It’s in line with his messaging from earlier in the summer, when he met with teams in Las Vegas in an effort to prove that he’s over the chemistry issues that have so far put a ceiling on his ability to win.As much as Howard can grab a rebound or block a shot, he knows how to put his spin on a new situation.“It’s either evolve, adapt or get left behind,” he told the Washington Post in 2018. “This is a great opportunity for me to prove to myself that I know exactly who I am – to shut people’s mouths,” he told ESPN of his trade to Charlotte in 2017.“All the things that happened the past couple of years really just made me stronger, made me have some thicker skin,” he told the Atlanta Journal-Constitution in 2016.It’s a pattern with Howard: High expectations that lead to disappointing results. When the Hawks traded him to Charlotte, reports circled that some of his Atlanta teammates openly celebrated the deal. After the Hornets traded him the next year, the Charlotte Observer hashed through accounts that Howard wouldn’t run set plays, or wouldn’t set screens for others while asking for post touches.The other issues might be overlooked if it wasn’t combined with playoff disappointment. Both the Wizards and the Hornets missed the postseason with Howard on the team, and with the Hawks, he put up his worst postseason numbers ever. His final game with the Lakers, in which he was ejected at the end of a four-game sweep by the Spurs, was a fitting end to an underwhelming tenure of the time. TNT commentator Reggie Miller punctuated the moment with an appropriate question: “Why?”The key difference in this opportunity for Howard might just be what those expectations are. Howard, who reportedly has shed 25 pounds and believes his surgically-repaired back is healthy, isn’t expected to play a major role for the Lakers, who need depth more than they need big man production. Anthony Davis is expected to shoulder the frontcourt load for the team, and JaVale McGee is expected to be the starting center – Howard, from the outset, is merely a supporting player for the first time in his career: Of his 1,044 career games, he’s come off the bench in only one of them.Related Articles Lakers, Clippers schedules set for first round of NBA playoffs In the days following his decision in 2013 to leave the Lakers hanging in free agency, Dwight Howard, then one of the NBA’s most impressive big men, told Sports Illustrated that “it wasn’t the proper time” for him to make it work with the NBA’s most prestigious franchise.The question fans have to wonder about since the Lakers’ intention to sign Howard became public on Friday is this: Is now the right time for a second chance?Howard, 33, is expected to be signed this week to a non-guaranteed, veteran’s minimum deal once he clears waivers. The Lakers sought a workout from Howard last week among other veteran big men looking for a replacement for the injured DeMarcus Cousins.By all accounts, Howard could be close to the end of his professional career. He played a career-low nine games last season for the Washington Wizards, due to disc problems on a back that has bothered him since he played in Orlando.center_img Trail Blazers beat Grizzlies in play-in, earn first-round series with the Lakers How athletes protesting the national anthem has evolved over 17 years Lakers practice early hoping to answer all questions Newsroom GuidelinesNews TipsContact UsReport an Errorlast_img read more

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Amel Tuka in Semifinals of Doha World Championship

first_imgAt Doha World Championship, Bosnia and Herzegovina’s best athlete Amel Tuka finished the 800m race on Saturday with a time of 1: 45.62, making it to the semifinals of the World Championships.The brilliant BiH athlete finished the race at the same time as American Clayton Murphy, who was second. The winner of the group was Briton Elliot Giles with a time of 1: 45.53.Fourth was Alvaro de Arriba, who with the time of 1:45:67 might also be able to make it to the finals, but Tuka, Murphy and Giles secured the standings.The world’s best track and field athletes are in Doha, Qatar, for the 2019 IAAF World Championships. The biennial event is the most prestigious meet the sport has outside of the Olympic Games. This year’s edition takes place over 10 days, from September 27 to October 6.last_img read more

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Wellington Rec Rap for this week

first_img Close Forgot password? Please put in your email: Send me my password! Close message Login This blog post All blog posts Subscribe to this blog post’s comments through… RSS Feed Subscribe via email Subscribe Subscribe to this blog’s comments through… RSS Feed Subscribe via email Subscribe Follow the discussion Comment (1) Logging you in… Close Login to IntenseDebate Or create an account Username or Email: Password: Forgot login? Cancel Login Close WordPress.com Username or Email: Password: Lost your password? Cancel Login Dashboard | Edit profile | Logout Logged in as Admin Options Disable comments for this page Save Settings Sort by: Date Rating Last Activity Loading comments… You are about to flag this comment as being inappropriate. Please explain why you are flagging this comment in the text box below and submit your report. The blog admin will be notified. Thank you for your input. 0 Vote up Vote down Information · 395 weeks ago Practices for the WHS Cheerleading Camp will be held on January 29th & 31st at the WRC and the deadline for registration is on January 25th. Report Reply 0 replies · active 395 weeks ago Post a new comment Enter text right here! Comment as a Guest, or login: Login to IntenseDebate Login to WordPress.com Login to Twitter Go back Tweet this comment Connected as (Logout) Email (optional) Not displayed publicly. Name Email Website (optional) Displayed next to your comments. Not displayed publicly. If you have a website, link to it here. Posting anonymously. Tweet this comment Submit Comment Subscribe to None Replies All new comments Comments by IntenseDebate Enter text right here! Reply as a Guest, or login: Login to IntenseDebate Login to WordPress.com Login to Twitter Go back Tweet this comment Connected as (Logout) Email (optional) Not displayed publicly. Name Email Website (optional) Displayed next to your comments. Not displayed publicly. If you have a website, link to it here. Posting anonymously. Tweet this comment Cancel Submit Comment Subscribe to None Replies All new comments Special TripTake a Ski Vacation to Winter Park Colorado with the WRC and Chamber of Commerce on Feb. 21st-25th (date has been changed). A $50 deposit is due by Wed. Jan. 16th to reserve your seat on the bus. FitnessSchedule a consultation with Personal Trainers, Cherity Elder and Debbie Murphy at the Fitness Center, 326-3435.The Fitness Center Membership Special is available now thru Jan. 31st, purchase a one year membership and receive great savings. 1 yr. Single- $160, 1 yr. Family- $225, 1 yr. Single Senior- $110, 1 yr. Family Senior- $190. Call the FC at 326-3435 for more information.The following Fitness Classes  are being offered FREE during a two week trial thru Jan. 17th, at the WRC. Classes include; Zumba Fitness, Zumba Tone, Gentle Yoga, Sunrise Yoga, Hi/Lo Power Mix & Butz & Gutz. Session 1 of Fitness classes starts Jan. 21st-Feb. 28th at the WRC. Youth/TeenJoin the WHS Cheer Squad for a Cheerleading Camp and performance on Feb. 1st during half time of the WHS Homecoming boys basketball game. Practices at the WRC will be held on January 29. Register by Jan 18th, price includes a team t-shirt.Session 1 of the Rock & Roll Kids will be held January 26th-February 16th at the WRC.Princesses & Pixie Dust will be held for 3-6 year olds at the Elsass Art Center on Monday, Jan. 28th.center_img WRC rec rapThe following is the Wellington Recreation Commission Rec Rap for Jan. 14th-26, 2013.Register for WRC programs online @ wellingtonrec.com, by phone or at the Rec Center. Pick up a copy of the 2013 Winter-Spring Program Guide at area businesses, schools and the WRC. SportsOpen Gym Basketball takes place each Sunday, thru Mar. 3rd at the High School gym.Catch a WRC Youth Basketball game,  Saturdays at the WHS Gym, Little Hoopers, (5 yr.-Kind.) games are played at the Lincoln.last_img read more

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