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Photo courtesy Boys & Girls ClubMarshall Fundamental School ninth grader Lowell Anthony Romero, 15, has been selected as the Boys & Girls Club of Pasadena’s 2016 Youth of the Year, and will represent Pasadena as he joins 26 other Boys & Girls Club members in vying for the title of Los Angeles County Youth of the Year. Each nominee represents one of the 27 Clubs that comprise the Los Angeles County Alliance of Boys & Girls Clubs.Youth of the Year is the Boys & Girls Clubs of America’s premier youth recognition program for teenage members, and being named a Youth of the Year is the highest honor a Club member can achieve. The program acknowledges members’ outstanding contributions to their family, school, community, and Club, as well as personal challenges and obstacles they have overcome.Anthony, as he is known, was chosen for this honor from among three candidates at the Boys & Girls Club of Pasadena. He has attended the organization’s Mackenzie-Scott branch since 2012. Anthony is on the track team at Marshall and is also a saxophone player in the marching band. He also serves as the freshman class president for the Associated Student Body at Marshall. Outside of school, he plays in the Altadena Little League, where his talents on the field took him to the 2015 Junior Tournament of Champions. Math is his favorite subject and he aspires to attend UCLA and become an electrical engineer.“The Boys & Girls Club of Pasadena works with hundreds of kids every day, and the young people who participate in the Youth of the Year program are exceptional examples of our members,” said Executive Director Brian Davis. “Once again, our judges have found an amazing young man who brings so much to the Club and contributes so much to Pasadena. I was very impressed by all three of this year’s finalists and I am proud that Anthony will represent the Boys & Girls Club of Pasadena.”Two rounds of judging will take place before the winner is announced March 23 at a gala celebration. The Los Angeles County winner will advance to the state competition. The state winner will compete at the nine-state regional level, and finally the country’s five regional winners will travel to Washington, D.C. where the National Youth of the Year will be named later this year. Scholarship money is awarded at the different stages of competition and the National Youth of the Year will have the opportunity to meet with the President of the United States at the White House.The National Youth of the Year serves a one-year term as a representative of the more than four million young people served by some 4,000 Boys & Girls Clubs nationwide and on U.S. military installations worldwide. Duties include addressing various groups on important youth issues and the role Boys & Girls Clubs play in changing young lives. Locally, Anthony will represent the hundreds of youth served every year at the Boys & Girls Club of Pasadena and will attend various Club functions, such as the annual meeting of the Board of Directors and its annual fundraising gala, in his Youth of the Year capacity.About the Boys & Girls Club of PasadenaThe Boys & Girls Club operates two sites in Pasadena—the Slavik Branch at 3230 East Del Mar Blvd. and the Mackenzie-Scott Branch at 2020 North Fair Oaks Ave.—and serves more than 2,500 community youth year-round from Pasadena and the nearby communities of South Pasadena, Alhambra, San Marino, Arcadia, Sierra Madre, La Canada, La Crescenta, Montrose, and Glendale. 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The Institution of Occupational Safety and Health isinviting nominations for the Health and Safety Lifetime Achievement award,sponsored by Sypol Liberty Risk Services. If you would like to nominate someone to receive the 2000award, you will need to provide a written submission detailing the reasons whyyou believe this person should be recognised. All submissions should be sent to Lawrence Waterman, SypolLiberty Risk Services, Elsinore House, Buckingham Street, Aylesbury,Buckinghamshire HP20 2NQ. The winner will receive a trophy and certificate, plus acash award, to be given to the project of their choice which will furtherpromote health and safety. The presentation will be made at IOSH’s annualdinner, which will be held in Harrogate on 7 November 2000. This award was created in 1999 to recognise significantcontributions to furthering health and safety practice, establishing effectivehealth and safety programmes, and contributing to partnerships with otherrelated professional disciplines. The first recipient was former Labourminister Lord Walker of Doncaster, who was responsible for the introduction ofthe Health and Safety at Work Act (1974). The Institution of Occupational Safety and Healthrepresents 25,000 safety and health professionals in industry, commerce and thepublic sector. Tel: 0116-257 3100; www.iosh.co.uk IOSH to recognise lifetime’s achievement in health and safetyOn 1 Jun 2000 in Personnel Today Nominations are confidential and will be judged by IOSHpresident Ian Waldram, Janet Asherson of the CBI, and Owen Tudor of the TUC.The closing date for submissions is 30 June and nominations will be acceptedfrom individuals or groups. By creating the first comprehensive, effective framework forthe protection of UK workers from accidents and ill-health, and by ensuring thepassage of the Bill through Parliament and on to the statute book, Lord Walkermade a massive contribution to health and safety practice. Comments are closed. Do you know an individual who has made an exceptionalcontribution to occupational safety and health? If so, now is your opportunityto put them forward for due recognition. Previous Article Next Article Related posts:No related photos.
Features list 2021 – submitting content to Personnel TodayOn this page you will find details of how to submit content to Personnel Today. We do not publish a… Comments are closed. TrainingOn 11 Dec 2001 in Military, Personnel Today Previous Article Next Article Related posts: This weeks training newsArmy signs up IT scheme All new recruits at the headquarters of the British Army’s Land Command willnow have an online virtual tutor to teach them IT skills. The £250,000e-learning project will allow users to interact with a civilian or militaryinstructor through the computer application. The scheme means Army personnelwill only need access to an Internet connection to receive training and it ishoped it will be accessible to recruits in remote locations. This minimises theneed for classroom training and enables staff to get the IT training morequickly. www.parity.co.ukDisability service work More than 4,000 employees at Hammersmith & Fulham Council are to takepart in a training programme to improve its service to disabled people. The six-weekcourse is available to staff in work-book, intranet or CD-Rom format. It isprimarily customer focused, so will be most appropriate to frontline staff, butall employees will be taking part. www.lg-employers.gov.ukWomen in transport plan Humberside Learning and Skills Council and 18 national companies have joinedforces to encourage more women to apply for and retain jobs in the transportindustry. Sheffield-based training company NTP has won European funding to helpdevelop training and policy to address gender imbalance throughout theindustry. Companies including BMW, KwikFit and Arriva will work in partnershipwith NTP to help get more women in rates up to senior management level. Only 2per cent of HGV drivers are female. www.ntp.co.ukHealthy start to training A training scheme at Manchester Health Community has proved so successfulthat 600 staff are on the waiting list to take part. The IT training programme,called Learn ECDL, was initially tested on 200 candidates and 92 per centpassed with higher than average results. The course was held over 20 weeks andused a mix of classroom tuition and e-learning, run jointly by Happy Computersand eCampas. Coca-Cola staff course Coca-Cola enterprises is to roll out an e-learning project to help encouragestaff to use the Internet and get more involved in the company intranet. Theproject, which is due to go live early next year, covers a large geographicalarea including the UK, Belgium, France and the Netherlands. It will be availableto all staff either via the desktop PC or, in the case of production lineworkers, through a generally available PC. The training is to be provided byEpic. www.epic.co.uk
Ann Widdecombe is to host a brand new quiz show titled ‘Cleverdicks’. An alumnus of Lady Margaret Hall, Widdecombe is aiming to make viewers smarter and teach them a thing or two.Widdecombe retired from politics in 2010, having been a prominent Conservative Member of Parliament since 1987; after retiring, she gained showbiz fame with her unusual performance in Strictly Come Dancing.The quiz show will feature contestants of “Mastermind level” but apparently will not be as hard as University Challenge. They will play for a money prize and compete for the title of ‘Cleverdick’.Widdecombe, who has two degrees in Latin in PPE, will ask questions such as, “Which city was invaded and occupied by Italy on 20 September 1870?” and “In medicine, what does a ‘sphygmomanometer’ measure?” (Rome and blood pressure, respectively).On Widdecombe’s new role as a quiz show host, one LMH student commented, “What a good idea, Ann is just full of them.”Other notable LMH alumni include Benazir Bhutto, former prime minister of Pakistan, and Michael Gove, Secretary of State for Education.
Due to a technology upgrade in the Browning Cinema, the DeBartolo Performing Arts Center can now screen digital cinema packages (DCPs), the high-quality digital format used to film most movies today. Ted Barron, senior associate director of the DeBartolo Performing Arts Center, said this recent transformation would ensure the theater stays current with changing film industry standards. “Because of the investment the University made, we are at the cutting edge of current technology,” Barron said. The noteworthy installation of a server and projector to play DCPs allows for higher definition image and improved audio, he said. In addition, a move to only one panel of projection room glass helps maximize image quality and brightness. “The quality is a world of difference from what we had before,” Barron said. “It really benefits everyone.” Barron said movie theaters across the country have undergone similar transformations to the user-friendly DCP technology as the industry moves away from 35-millimeter film. “This is a huge change within the film industry,” he said. This digital capability also ensures much easier transportation and projection of films, Barron said. Before, only 35-millimeter films could be shown, which involve manual threading of projectors and multiple bulky film reels for each film, which are much more difficult to handle than the DVD-box-sized DCP that simply needs to be uploaded to the cinema’s server. Barron said he was grateful the Chicago-based film projection specialist Full Aperture Systems could install the upgrade because the company employs experts in the field. Browning Cinema used to not be able to project student films in the high digital quality in which they were recorded, so Film, Television and Theater (FTT) students will now benefit from the technology upgrade, Barron said. “It better reflects and showcases what the students are doing for FTT students who are making films,” he said. “The technology they’ve been using was incompatible with the projection capabilities we had.” Barron said the project fits in with Notre Dame’s mission of leadership and excellence. “Professors are awestruck about the quality of the presentation they have,” he said. “This is a huge benefit to their academic mission. “Faculty can now make the best use of their resources in a way they have not before.” This University-funded project, largely completed in June, marks the first major upgrade to the Browning Cinema since its 2004 opening, Barron said. “This is the biggest change we’ve done to the cinema to ensure that it is around for years to come,” he said.
About the author: Disney’s Newsies will close on August 24 after more than 1,000 performances on Broadway. But while “fansies” are distraught by this news, director Jeff Calhoun isn’t mourning loss of the hit musical—he’s celebrating. The adaptation of the 1992 movie was initially intended to play a limited engagement at New Jersey’s Paper Mill Playhouse, but after being extended due to popular demand, the loveable newsboys headed to Broadway to carry the banner in New York. What was initially intended to be a 12-week engagement has turned into a two-year journey at the Nederlander Theatre, where more than 30 young actors have made their Broadway debuts to date. In a First Person essay for Broadway.com, Calhoun recounts his extraordinary journey with the Newsies company, from their humble beginnings in New Jersey to the bright lights of New York City. It began as a regional production at the Paper Mill Playhouse. Disney simply wanted to create a show that could be licensed to stock and amateur theaters. That was it—a “one-off,” as we say in the business. Nobody had anticipated what was about to happen. We opened to positive reviews, the audiences were enthusiastic and tickets were difficult to come by. The next thing we knew, we were heading to Broadway for a 12-week limited run. Tom Schumacher, our producer, explained that those 12 weeks would help brand the title and increase demand for stock and amateur rights. View Comments There is also a very special club at Newsies that I want to single out for their unbelievable devotion and loyalty. A well-deserved THANK YOU to 15 actors and three stage managers who have been with the show from opening to closing: John Dossett, Ben Fankhauser, Andy Richardson, Aaron Albano, Mark Aldrich, Tommy Bracco, John Brady, Caitlyn Caughell, Tim Eaker, Michael Fatica, Becky Fleming, Thom Gates, Evan Kasprzak, Stuart Marland, Jack Scott, Brendon Stimson, Nick Sullivan and Stuart Zagnit. I will always remember the pure joy and adrenaline that permeated every rehearsal back at New 42nd Street Studios. Each day was filled with an infectious longing for discovery and creativity. There was an innocence and generosity of heart that directly reflected the youth of the cast. I noticed something beautiful and profound was happening. Our boys, like the Newsies they were portraying, were responsibly representing their generation and diligently working to help make the world a better place. Just to put into perspective exactly how young some of our Newsies are, in the spring of 2013, four of them celebrated their high school graduation with an onstage diploma presentation in front of the matinee audience! Since opening on Broadway on March 29, 2012, we have had 62 actors in the cast. I can tell you that in those two-and-a-half years, not one of them has been anything but dedicated, conscientious, collaborative and every inch a professional. There isn’t a single person who I wouldn’t be proud to work with again. In addition, one of Newsies’ lasting legacies will be that it gave 32 deserving young actors their Broadway debuts—literally introducing the world of theater to the next generation of elite Broadway dancers. The cast, crew, designers and creative team didn’t care how long or why we were booked, we were all just thrilled to be there. It soon became clear that the enthusiasm we experienced at Paper Mill was no fluke. Thanks to more good reviews and our fiercely devoted fans, lovingly referred to as “fansies,” our advertised run of 101 performances was about to become open-ended! It is the genius of composer Alan Menken, lyricist Jack Feldman, book writer Harvey Fierstein and choreographer Chris Gattelli, expertly supported and nurtured by Tom Schumacher and everyone at Disney, that is responsible for helping create this musical that exceeded, by anyone’s analysis, all expectations. A lion’s share of the credit also goes to our impeccable design team. However, as easy and justified as it would be to continue to talk about this first-class pedigree of collaborators, I feel compelled to talk about another group of artists who, long after the creative team departed the theater, return through the stage door six days a week: The cast of Newsies. Newsies Before Newsies takes its final bow on Broadway, I would like to reflect upon some of the improbable legacies of a regional production that nobody predicted would become a bona fide Broadway hit! A Broadway hit only happens when a confluence of disparate talents miraculously and inexplicably synthesize their best efforts into one cohesive thing that, against all odds, actually works. Newsies is no exception. I believe people are remembered by what we leave behind in the hearts of others. If the same can be said of a show, then Newsies will leave a lifetime of memories in many of our hearts. Now that’s “Something to Believe In.” One thing that every show has in common is that they close (except perhaps The Phantom of The Opera). Even Cats’ “now and forever” turned out to have an expiration date. I think this ephemeral quality is one reason we cherish the theater so much. It only resides in our elusive memories and can’t be stored on a shelf or hard drive. Related Shows Show Closed This production ended its run on Aug. 24, 2014