The car show will continue in conjunction with the modified Street Faire. It will take place mainly in Pioneer Park, starting and moving south [along G Street], Melville said. How far south it extends depends on the vendors, she said. Other planned Street Faire activities include a workout presentation by Gnardog CrossFit, and Melville is working to continue the Fire Truck Pull conducted by Relay for Life. Melville said the RDA board is dropping other activities scheduled before June 30, such as the Valentines Day giveaway. After the end of the fiscal year in June, Melville said, the board needs to make a decision how much time and energy they have to move ahead. The boards future emphasis would be on supporting the Taste of the Town event in September, Ladies Night Out in November and the Electrical Farm Equipment Parade in December. The Small Saturday event in late November takes a shape all by itself, Melville said, as businesses participate as part of the national program. Its still unknown what the associations involvement with that same days Tree Lighting ceremony would be. The Christmas Tree Lighting will [be hosted by RDA] if somebodys willing to take it on, and we still get the funds, Melville said. The city has helped us with the funding for the tree. We dont have answers on that, she said.
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Having a CrossFit gym also helps recruit. Roza, who meets with all new employees, said that when he met eight new workers late last year and asked, “Why are you here?” three responded with “CrossFit.” Like at Datalogix, Oracle allows the group to banish performance reviews tied to compensation. Oracle also kept Datalogix’s workforce training and leadership programs. “We’ve got 10 to 15 offices now and 850 employees. How does this scale? It turns out, it does. Instead of Datalogix 101, it’s now ODC 101. We did this last week, and we had 100 people here,” Roza said. “We had at least a dozen people outside of ODC. There were people from (Oracle’s) legal team who wanted to learn more about what we do.” The ability to offer more training helps recruit and retain employees. Since the Oracle acquisition, the group has hired 150 new workers with about half from the Denver area.
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Its design allows the user to easily exercise with the Gripbell indoors or outdoors, in water, at home and is convenient for traveling. Gripbell has already been tested by those in the fitness industry. Pearlene Utley, a long time Beachbody Coach, and Aaron C. Wright, strength and conditioning coach at West London CrossFit, who had positive praised the versatility and ease of use of the Gripbell. “The Gripbell is an innovative, versatile piece of exercise equipment. It can be used in the place of a dumbbell and is also easier to handle while performing typical kettlebell exercises. It also allows for multiple hand positions not afforded with the dumbbell and kettlebell,” says Wright. “From the first look and touch, I have been nuts over the Gripbells, which have been allowing me to be more comfortable and creative during my workouts! The functionality allows me a forever list of things to do including replacing some of my dumbbells and band exercises with Gripbells,” says Pearlene Utley. Similar to free weights, Gripbell provides unstable force which is the key to effective strength training. Unlike free weights though, Gripbell has a perfectly distributed weight so that the user can challenge themselves to a more intense routines without worrying about losing control of the weight.
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Check out both videosegments to see which class would be right for you, then get a free 3-Day pass to the Bay Club Carmel Valley . Bay Club Carmel Valley offers a variety of fitness classes and services, but CrossFit is not one of them CBS News 8’s Ashley Jacobs, in the above video, reports from Carmel Valley. Updated: Monday, February 1 2016 9:59 PM EST2016-02-02 02:59:04 GMT A blustery storm that doused the San Diego area with rain and mountain snow over the weekend and created heavy winds that caused widespread power outages and damage to property. A blustery storm that doused the San Diego area with rain and mountain snow over the weekend and created heavy winds that caused widespread power outages and damage to property. Updated: Monday, February 1 2016 9:33 PM EST2016-02-02 02:33:59 GMT One of the many areas hit by Sunday’s Pacific storm was the Embarcadero where strong winds caused major damage, smashing a catamaran and submerging a sailboat just north of the Hornblower ticket booth at Harbor Drive and Grape Street. One of the many areas hit by Sunday’s Pacific storm was the Embarcadero where strong winds caused major damage, smashing a catamaran and submerging a sailboat just north of the Hornblower ticket booth at Harbor Drive and Grape Street. Updated: Monday, February 1 2016 9:22 PM EST2016-02-02 02:22:29 GMT Firefighters are on the scene of a rescue attempt in Pacific Beach where a tree fell on a car, trapping at least on person inside. A motorist was killed by a falling tree Sunday afternoon while driving down a Pacific Beach street. Updated: Monday, February 1 2016 9:22 PM EST2016-02-02 02:22:12 GMT The 5th Annual Cardiff Kook Run kicks off Sunday which is the same day as the Super Bowl. The 5th Annual Cardiff Kook Run kicks off Sunday which is the same day as the Super Bowl. Monday, February 1 2016 8:57 PM EST2016-02-02 01:57:11 GMT Deadly and dangerous winds are leaving widespread damage and power outages across San Diego County. Deadly and dangerous winds are leaving widespread damage and power outages across San Diego County.
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As you may have noticed there are no [Board of Alders] committees organized and no hearings have been scheduled in 2016, Nemerson observed. He noted that the project must come before the boards Legislation Committee, which East Rock Alder Jessica Holmes chairs: We are just waiting on the alders to hold the hearing, and there are no other issues holding this up. Working with an old factory building owned by one agency, being remediated with funds from another, under the jurisdiction of a third and then needing to get that building into the hands of a private developer with a city as a provisional owner under certain circumstances is mighty complicated. Of course Id like to have had this done long ago, but we are darn close, all things considered. Negotiations between Nemersons office and the developers on the DLDA also took longer than expected; they had to iron issues such as competing goals for parking. (The city wanted to reserve extra parking for other neighborhood uses; they agreed to delay resolving that question.) Holmes called 470 James an exciting project about which she has heard overwhelmingly positive feedback from neighbors; residents want to grow jobs, make more room in New Haven to incubate new tech businesses, improve access to the Mill River, grow CrossFit, and a lot of us want the neighborhood amenities like the [planned] ampitheater and the possibility of a riverfront beer garden from the Caseus family. She praised the developers for reaching out to neighbors about the plan as well, and stated that she looks forward to this item moving forward. That being said, Holmes added, it still has to go through a public process for approvals. This takes time. All the committees of the Board of Alders dissolve at the end of a term and then need to be reconfigured with new membership. Until the committees are up and running, the item cant be scheduled or heard. Board President Tyisha Walker lay the blame for delays at Nemersons feet. She called it extremely disturbing for him to try to justify his delays by blaming it on the Board of Alders committee selection process. Our committee selection process has been the same for years and on schedule this year.
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San Antonio St. Tuesday, Dec. 15, 9 a.m. to 2 p.m., Santa Clara Valley Medical Center, 751 S. Bascom Ave. The closest Red Cross Blood Donation Center, 2731 N. First St. in San Jose, is open from 7:30 a.m. to 2:30 p.m.
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“I thought it was over for us. I thought it was over for me, for the team,” recalls Luz, who still tears up when she talks about it. “When we left the competition that day, I had to lie on my stomach in the back seat of the car, and the whole drive I kept thinking I just crushed our chances.” Her teammate Jimmy Violand, a licensed physical therapist, called his boss, Andrew Bloch, back in Rockville, Md. With Bloch’s guidance, Violand applied pressure at various points on Luz’s body, eliciting reflexes that ultimately alleviated her pain. With the aid of a series of treatments throughout the competition, Luz pushed through seven events to qualify for the final games. “It was a miraculous ending to a very emotional roller coaster of a weekend,” said Luz, a nurse in Ellicott City. At first glance, Bloch’s treatment — which he calls Reflexive Pattern Therapy, or RPT — looks more like a Three Stooges skit than therapy, with lots of pulling, slapping and prodding. But the unconventional method relieves pain in minutes. With a little convincing on his part, I let Bloch, owner of Advanced Wellness Systems, give me a demonstration to ease the nagging pain in my lower back. Moving up from my feet, he delivered a quick jab to my calves, tugged at my bent legs and poked from side to side, identifying all of my aches.
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but we do have the power to influence the future. Much of the future of Estes Park will be the product of our choices now. Being a community means we are woven together and share many challenges. It also means we can share in the solutions. Paul Houston suggests: “Educators are fond of pointing out that it takes a village to raise a child. But this begs a crucial questionwhat does it take to raise a village? We are no longer a country of villages, and the web of support that historically supported families and children is tattered. It must be re-woven. “We must reach out to the broader community and re-create a support system and be ‘village builders’ and connect the resources of our great community to meet the demanding needs of our students and all community members.” (Houston, Phi Delta Kappan 2001.) Although Estes Park community has many support systems in place already and has risen to the numerous challenges they have faced in the past few years, the Estes Valley Community Center would be a positive step forward to nurture a whole learning community and open up a world of possibilities for the future for our citizens. The Estes Valley Community Center would be a hub for a whole learning and collaborative community.
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“I enjoy guiding teams of people and seeing them take pride in their work. The opportunity to lead a customer service team at Infinisource feels like a great fit.” Jarad Ennis utilizes his exceptional communication skills in the areas of customer service and employee motivation. He graduated from Pennsylvania’s East Stroudsburg University with a Bachelor of Science degree in Management and served as Assistant General Manager of a Philadelphia restaurant franchise for about five years. One of Jarad’s former supervisors praised his value to the company by telling him: “If I could clone you, this place would run smoothly every day.” Moving to the Coldwater area in 2002, Jarad was employed by the Branch Intermediate School District, working with high school students with disabilities. His colleagues from the district noted that Jarad always went above and beyond what was expected. He was also nominated in 2015 for CrossFit Coach of the year by national publication SWEAT magazine. Jarad’s dedication and discipline will come in very handy in his work at Infinisource. Russ and Jarad are joining Infinisource at an especially opportune time, as the company continues to experience rapid growth in Michigan and throughout the country. About Infinisource, Inc. Founded in 1986, Infinisource is a nationally recognized leader of SaaS-based human capital management (HCM) technology solutions and expert services.
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