first_img Curley Latiolais, 91, of Kountze, died Thursday, July 14, 2016. Melancon’s Funeral Home, Nederland. Next Up Death notices Ronnie Dale Hardin, 64, died Wednesday, July 13, 2016. Levingston Funeral Home, Groves.Crawford Walker, 50, of Beaumont died Tuesday, July 12, 2016. Proctor’s Mortuary, Beaumont.center_img Services todayHelen Rolf Rodgers Wilson, Oak Bluff Memorial Park, Port Neches, 11 a.m.last_img

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first_img January 15, 2012 Nancy Kinnally Regular News ‘We were alarmed when we learned of the potential loss of career children’s legal services attorneys due to the slump in IOTA revenue’ Special to the NewsThe Florida Bar Trial Lawyers Section has approved a $75,000 charitable gift to The Florida Bar Foundation for a Trial Lawyers Children’s Legal Services Fellowship. The section indicated that it might make the gift for one or two additional years.The gift will support a children’s legal services attorney whose position was subject to elimination due to a sharp decline in revenue from Florida’s Interest on Trust Accounts program.“The Trial Lawyers Section recognizes the vital role Foundation-funded children’s legal services attorneys play in protecting the rights of low-income children,” said Craig Gibbs, chair of the Trial Lawyers Section.“We were alarmed when we learned of the potential loss of career children’s legal services attorneys due to the slump in IOTA revenue, and we wanted to do our part by enabling one of the Foundation’s grantees to retain its children’s advocate.”Since the early 1990s, the Foundation has funded special annual grants for legal services to children. The Foundation’s priorities for its Children’s Legal Services Grant Program include representation of foster-care children and access to special education, medical, developmental, and mental health services that are required under law.The Foundation distributed $2.8 million to 23 legal aid programs through its Children’s Legal Services Grant Program in 2010 but had to cut those grants by 21 percent in 2011 after low interest rates brought about an 88 percent drop in annual IOTA revenue since 2008. The Foundation used funds from its reserve to prevent even deeper cuts. But with reserve funds running low and interest rates not expected to rise until 2013 or later, the Foundation anticipates that it will have to cut its total children’s legal services grant funding to $1.2 million by 2013. This will represent further cuts to the program of 42 percent over three years.Paul Doyle, director of the Foundation’s Legal Assistance for the Poor Grant Program, estimates these additional cuts will result in the loss of 10 to 12 attorneys out of 29 children’s advocates at legal aid organizations around Florida. That loss will result in a 40 percent reduction in the number of children being served — 750 fewer children than the nearly 1,900 served in 2010.Maria Henderson, president-elect of the Foundation and chair of its Legal Assistance for the Poor Grant Committee, expressed gratitude on behalf of the Foundation and its grantees for the leadership and generosity of the Trial Lawyers Section.“When you look at these numbers and recognize that each one represents a Florida child with real-life problems that only an attorney can solve, it really brings home the impact of this incredible gift from the Trial Lawyers,” Henderson said.“We are so very grateful to them, and we hope that others — whether individuals or groups — will follow their lead.”Doyle is hoping to use the gift from the Trial Lawyers and possibly others to prevent the loss of some of the state’s most effective children’s advocates, particularly those employed by smaller legal aid programs least capable of absorbing the loss of grant funds and most likely to eliminate their children’s legal services projects altogether.“A big concern we have is that once these attorneys and projects are gone, they may never come back,” Doyle said. “But if we can preserve them for two or three years until IOTA revenue rises again, we might be able to save these children’s legal services projects from extinction.”Subject to approval by the Foundation’s Legal Assistance for the Poor Grant Committee and its board of directors at the organization’s March 15-16 meeting, a lawyer from the Community Law Program in St. Petersburg will be The Florida Bar Trial Lawyers Children’s Legal Services Fellow.“With this gift from the Trial Lawyers Section, our organization will now be able to retain an advocate and a project that has made a tremendous impact on how vulnerable kids in foster care are treated in Pinellas County,” said Kimberly Rodgers, executive director of the Community Law Program. Nancy Kinnally is communications director of The Florida Bar Foundation. Trial Lawyers Section gives $75,000 to support children’s legal services lawyercenter_img Trial Lawyers Section gives $75,000 to support children’s legal services lawyerlast_img read more

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first_imgDalam surat tersebut, dia menuliskan bahwa penumpang harus membersihkan diri dengan mandi dan berganti baju sebelum keluar dari area Bandara Internasional Juanda. Menanggapi hal ini, pihak AP I yang dihubungi KabarPenumpang.com mengatakan manajemen Bandara Internasional Juanda masih melakukan koordinasi dengan Wali Kota Surabaya dan Otoritas Bandara Wilayah III.“Kita lakukan koordinasi dengan Wali Kota Surabaya dan Otoritas Bandara Wilayah III mengenai implementasi permintaan bantuan dari Wali Kota Surabaya kepada pihak pengelola dan otoritas bandara untuk mengarahkan penumpang yang baru mendarat agar mandi dan mengganti baju sebelum keluar area bandara,” ujar Corporate Communication Senior Manager AP I Awaluddin.Dia menambahkan karena permintaan tersebut cukup berpengaruh terhadap operasional bandara, maka perlu didiskusikan lebih lanjut atau alternatif kegiatan. Awaluddin menyebutkan, pihaknya akan menyampaikan lebih rinci nantinya mengenai implementasi permintaan tersebut.Dengan adanya surat ini, bagaimana dengan warga tanggapan warga apakah ada yang keberatan atau setuju dengan adanya ini? KabarPenumpang.com mencoba menanyakan kepada warga Surabaya terkait surat tersebut jika kebijakan itu jadi diterapkan di Bandara Internasional Juanda.“Kasihan untuk yang tidak bawa ganti baju seperti saya,” ujar seorang warga Surabaya yang enggan disebutkan namanya.Baca juga: Pasca Pandemi Corona, Haruskah Seluruh Bandara Tetap Lakukan Pemeriksaan Suhu Tubuh?Sedangkan warga yang lain mengatakan tak masalah bila kebijakan tersebut dilakukan.“Kalau bisa sebelum ke kota atau kemana pun tujuannya naik pesawat, baiknya cek dan ricek dulu aturan di sana selama Covid-19 ini. Kalau harus mandi dan ganti baju di bandara ya dilakuin. Jadi baiknya cari informasi sebelum ke kota tujuan,” kata Wulansyabelle.Share this:Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Like this:Like Loading… Related (Media Indonesia) Berniat mengunjungi Surabaya dalam waktu dekat dan di masa pandemi virus corona atau Covid-19? Bila Anda berniat mengunjungi kota berlambang Hiu dan Buaya ini menggunakan pesawat dan tiba di Bandara Internasional Juanda nantinya diharuskan mandi dan mengganti baju sebelum meninggalkan bandara.Baca juga: Emirates Jadi Maskapai Pertama Lakukan Rapid Tes Corona ke Seluruh PenumpangHal ini tertulis dalam surat yang dikeluarkan oleh Wali Kota Surabaya Tri Rismaharini pada 7 April 2020 kemarin. Dalam surat tersebut yang ditujukan kepada Kepala Kantor Otoritas Bandara dan Direktur Utama PT Angkasa Pura I (AP I), Risma menuliskan bahwa dalam upaya pencegahan pandemi Covid-19 di Kota Surabaya, meminta bantuan untuk mengarahkan penumpang yang turun dari pesawat agar membersihkan diri.last_img read more

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first_imgPhoto © Tipp FM Secretary of the CCC Tom Maher was on Extra Time last night where he highlighted the importance of social distancing.“This coming week for the football it’s 2 metre so we would be asking people to abide by the distancing rule and keep away because really as well as protecting yourself you’re protecting the other people.”“I suppose the last thing we want is some outbreak to happen because people may not be social distancing – that could literally close you down.” People attending club fixtures across Tipperary this weekend are being reminded of their need to abide by social distancing guidelines.The County Senior Football Championship gets things underway on Friday night.Admission to the games will by ticket only.last_img read more

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first_imgby Amber Schmitz, Sumner Newscow — The annual fundraising event for Bowl for Kids Sake will be held Saturday, April 7 with session at 10 a.m. and 12 p.m. at Meadow Lanes in Wellington. The money will go toward the Big Brothers Big Sisters organization by providing mentorship to children who may face adverse situations.It doesn’t take much to make a difference in a child’s life. Through BBBS people can build strong and enduring, professionally supported one-to-one relationships that change their lives for the better.Currently, there are 51 youth in Sumner County who have requested a one-to-one mentoring relationship. Since 2000, BBBS has been serving youth in Sumner County. Youth ranging from ages 5-17, along with their parents and/or guardians must both wish to participate in the program. Parents and guardians of the participating youth must complete an application for the school based program. Those wishing to match with a volunteer outside of the school must go through an intake process including orientation, personal safety training, and an interview.Volunteers must be at least 18 years old and have graduated from high school, or earned a GED. All volunteers must commit to one year of service, complete an application, background checks, an information session and interview. They must have a vehicle, valid insurance and driver’s license to participate outside of school. There are also couple and family matches which allow either spouse to participate individually and be matched with either a boy or girl.Their annual fundraising and recruitment campaign, Bowl for Kids Sake, raises funds for Sumner County events that serve the county’s youth. Businesses can help by providing sponsorships, organizing teams, and providing prizes for participants. Groups of youth or adults can form a team of six, with a goal of raising $960, to support a match for one year. Participants receive two games of bowling, pizza, drinks, and the opportunity to win door prizes. Individuals who raise $160 will be awarded with a t-shirt.Wellington’s event will be held Saturday, April 7, with sessions at 10 a.m. and 12 p.m. Another event will be held in Derby on April 28 from 1 to 3 p.m.Grab some friends or family, form a bowling team, and help out the youth of Sumner County!Follow us on Facebook.Follow us on Twitter. 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 Comments 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 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. There are no comments posted yet. Be the first one! 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 commentslast_img read more

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first_imgIT’S THE MORNING after the night before for nearly 57,000 young women and men, newly-armed with the three digits that they will be asked to provide in every conversation for the next few months.Whether elated, disappointed, or ready to appeal their Leaving Cert results, the next stage for almost everyone is dealing with the CAO offer and acceptance process.Given that there might be an inordinate number of headaches happening around the country this morning, it’s particularly helpful that the CAO has produced a video guide to the whole thing.Would-be college students won’t be able to log-in and choose their preferred course until Monday morning, but it’s always good to know how it all works: Source: CAO/VimeoIf you’re curious about how this year’s points requirements compare to previous years, pay a visit to the CAO website.Read: In numbers – The Leaving Certificate results>Poll: Were you happy with your Leaving Cert results?>last_img read more

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