Dale HeastyDale Heasty, age 93, of Mayfield, died Saturday March 9, 2013 at the Sumner County Care Center in Wellington.Memorial Services will be held at 1:30 P.M., on Thursday March 14, 2013 at the Hawks-Shelley Funeral Home Chapel in Wellington. There will be no visitation as cremation has taken place.Â A private internment will take place at a later date. To honor his memory a memorial has been established with the Mayfield Community Building Fund. Contributions can be left with the funeral home. For more information or to leave an online condolence please visit www.hawksfuneralhome.comDale Heasty was born on September 28, 1919 in rural Mayfield, KS to Hugh Heasty and Ruth Armstrong Heasty where he grew up on the Heasty family farm and attended grade school and high school in rural Mayfield and Milan, KS.Â He was studying for an Engineering degree at Pittsburgh State College in Pittsburgh, KS when he joined the Navy and served as a fighter pilot in the Pacific until the end of WWII.Â In 1943 he married MaryBelle Dinkins of Burden, KS and after the war, settled on a farm by the Chikaskia River, one-half mile from where he grew up, and there they raised their family of three children untilÂ MaryBelleâ€™sÂ deathÂ in 1967 at the age of 45.Although he did continue to farm with his brother Hubert he did move into Mayfield in1968, and in 1983 married Neola Wampler Brown.Â He leaves behind a legacy of integrity and honor to family and friends.Survivors include his wife Neola, Brother Dwight and his wife Gwendolyn of VA, Children: Don Heasty and wife Camilla of AZ, Gayle Craig and Joni Hall, both of Wellington.Â Grandchildren:Â Cassy Heasty Smith and her husband Danny of Wellington, Gem Heasty Watts and her husband Steve of Derby, Mary Heasty Mericle of Moline, Troy Craig and wife Kelli of NM, Jenara Monday Kilman and husband Kenn of MA, Justin Monday and wife Theresa of MI, and Jaci Hall of Wellington. Â Great grand children: Carley and Taylor Smith, Makenzie and Maddie Watts, Jessi and Geena Mericle.Â Madison Grace DeAngelis Monnet (Craig), Sevanna and Ronin Kilman, Natalie, Brooklyn and Alexandra Monday.Â Â Great Great Grand daughter:Â Avery Tillapaugh.Â Step children:Â Cecile Carson and her husband Gary of Derby, Sheila Tibbs and her husband Mitch of Goddard, Carolyn Chapman and her husband Joe of GA, Millie Engen and her husband Rick, David Brown and his wife Jani, and Curt Brown all of WI., along with numerous nieces, nephews, their families, other close family and dear friends.Dale was preceded in death by his parents, wife MaryBelle, older brother Dwayne, younger brother Hubert, stepson Milton Brown, and stepdaughter Aimee Syrett.
Tags: Women in Golf Charter England Golf has become one of the first signatories to The R&A’s new Women in Golf Charter, pledging to get more women and girls playing, working and volunteering in golf.The Charter was launched today and aims to inspire an industry-wide commitment to a more inclusive culture, enabling women and girls to flourish and reach their potential at all levels of the sport.England Golf Chief Executive Nick Pink, who was a guest speaker at the launch, commented: “We are delighted to pledge our support to The R&A’s Charter. Growing the women and girls’ game is central to our strategy and we want to bring about real change in golf, with greater gender diversity at every level of the sport.“It’s clear there is a huge appetite for golf among women and girls. It is up to us to welcome them into the game and show it truly is a sport for all.”England Golf’s commitment is highlighted within its own organisation where 51% of the staff, 30% of the Board and 25% of the senior management team are female.The over-arching theme of its strategy, Growing the Game of Golf in England, is to get more women and girls into golf.Successful initiatives include Girls Golf Rocks which is running in 21 counties and has attracted 1600 girls to try the sport so far this season – with some results still to come in. That’s up by 84% on last year.The Get into Golf campaign attracted 40% female participation last year and has just been relaunched with a bold, modern look designed to appeal to a younger female audience.Women who have taken Get into Golf courses are able to enjoy a growing number of playing days to increase their confidence on the course. Last year, Women on Par attracted over 300 women in three counties. This year, it’s running in eight counties and involving 50 golf clubs, which are all hosting events.At elite level, England has won the European team championship for the past two years. So far this season there have been individual wins for Bel Wardle at the Portuguese amateur and Lily May Humphreys at the Scottish stroke play while five players have been selected to represent GB&I in the forthcoming Curtis Cup at Quaker Ridge, New York.The Women in Golf Charter specifically aims to:• Strengthen the focus on gender balance and provide a united position for the golf industry• Commit national federations and organisations to support measures targeted at increasing participation of women, girls and families in golf• Call on signatories to take positive action to support the recruitment, retention and progression of women working at all levels of the sport• Set individual targets for national federations for participation and membership and annual reporting of progress• Develop an inclusive environment for women and girls within golfAt the launch at The View from The Shard in London, Martin Slumbers, Chief Executive of The R&A, said: “We are asking the golf industry to recognise the real importance of increasing the number of women and girls playing golf and empowering more women to enjoy successful careers at all levels of the sport.“The Charter is a strong statement of intent from the golf industry that it has to change and a commitment on behalf of all of us to take measures designed to achieve positive change for women, girls and families. This is crucial to growing participation in the sport in the years ahead.”Tracey Crouch MP, Minister for Sport and Civil Society, added: “We are committed to creating an environment where women and girls can succeed at every level of sport.“Interest in women’s sports is at an all-time high, with increased global interest and record attendances. I welcome The R&A’s strong commitment to encourage more women into golf and nurture future generations of talent.”Among the organisations joining England Golf to pledge support to the Charter were the European Tour, the Ladies’ European Tour, the European Golf Association, the Professional Golfers’ Association, the European Disability Golf Association, Golf Australia, Golf Canada, the Golfing Union of Ireland, England Golf, the Irish Ladies Golf Union and Scottish Golf.The launch was hosted by renowned sports broadcaster Hazel Irvine and the event also featured presentations and panel discussions with guest speakers. Alongside Nick Pink were Sky Sports’ Golf Presenter Sarah Stirk, Chyloe Kurdas, National Female Participation Manager at Golf Australia, and Liz Dimmock, Founder of Moving Ahead. Caption: Speakers Chyloe Kurdas (Golf Australia), Hazel Irvine (BBC), Sarah Stirk (Sky Sports), Nick Pink (England Golf), Liz Dimmock (Moving Ahead) and Martin Slumbers (The R&A) at the launch of the Women in Golf Charter staged at The View from the Shard, London.Caption, from left: Chyloe Kurdas, Hazel Irvine, Sarah Stirk, Nick Pink, Liz Dimmock and Martin Slumbers. (Image copyright The R&A/Getty Images) 29 May 2018 England Golf pledges support to The R&A’s Women’s Charter
By John BurtonRED BANK – With the sudden death of an 18-year-old Red Bank Regional High School senior, the leader of a local community organization felt it was appropriate to honor the girl’s memory by way of a public vigil.Linda Clark, who founded the Count The Children Movement in the borough, organized the candlelight vigil for Sept. 14, in response to the death of Riyadhna Farrow.“We looked at it as something where we could come out and support the family and to let her friends share their love,” Clark said.According to Clark, the vigil brought about 200 people to Montgomery Terrace, where the student lived with her family.Capt. Darren McConnell, a Red Bank police spokesman, said Farrow’s death “appears to have been from natural causes,” but additional tests have been conducted. “I can tell you we ruled out any kind of foul play,” he said.“She deserved to be remembered for who she was,” said Clark, a lifelong resident.Among the roughly 200 who gathered at the Evergreen Public Housing development were fellow students, high school administration representatives, local clergy, Mayor Pasquale Menna and the six borough council members, according to Clark.Councilwoman Sharon Lee noted that similar events in the recent past have been set into motion by violent acts or to make a political statement, such as one held in the aftermath of the Trayvon Martin shooting in Florida.The gathering for Farrow wasn’t for a political reason and was attended by many fellow students. “It was grief,” she said. “It was sorrow over the loss of one of their peers.”Farrow, Lee said, was a good student, excelling in math and science, working part time at Foodtown, Broad Street.“She had focus and direction and a lot of young people don’t have that today,” Lee said. “She was a role model.”What also struck Lee was how the young people depended on each other for support. “They needed to come together and hug each other,” she said. “That’s one of the things I noticed, the prolonged hugs.“It was very comforting to the family to see so many young people come to her home and express their concern,” Lee said.The gathering provided a chance for an impromptu fundraising effort, to assist the family with funeral costs, collecting $1,150, Clark said.Farrow’s funeral service was held Tuesday evening, Sept. 18, at Pilgrim Baptist Church, 172 Shrewsbury Ave. She is survived by her parents, six brothers and four sisters.
Strategy played a big part for Jay Blackmore in winning the overall prize at the Nelson Cup Regatta this past weekend on Kootenay Lake near Nelson.Blackmore, sailing SJ30 “Makai”, edged out Carrie Fitzsimmon to claim the overall prize and the B-Fleet Division.Fitzsimmon was sailing the SJ28 “Joanna”.Third place was Roger Higgins on his J24 “Current Sea”. In the A Fleet category, Craig Berg sailing Rocket 22 “Wicked” nipped Jo Raeburn on J29 “Orbit and Rick Belfry sailing Antrim 27 “Line Drive” in third.Winds during Saturday ranged from three to 10 knots allowing for some stiff competition in all three divisions.Sunday, winds died down which challenged all the skippers.Winner of the Laser (dinghy) event held on Saturday at Lakeside Park was Ian Deane. In second place were Kaden and Kenneth Ellis while Kye Gyre took third.A total of 14 boats and about 60 sailors from the Kootenay and Okanagan regions took part during the weekend.Organizers of the would like to thanks some of the sponsors, including, Nelson Toyota, Hume Hotel, NBC, Hellman Canoes, West Kootenay Fire Safety, Captain Eric’s Boat Repair as well as many others.
“We had possession of the puck the whole game . . . we kept getting shots and just took over the entire game.”“We didn’t give (Golden) a sniff or anything,” Wilkinson added.Nelson out shot the Rockets 15-3 in the opening frame. The Eddie Mountain team played the Leafs even on the shot counter for the rest of the contest, but Tyler Moffat was there to hold the fort.Vlanich finished the game with five points while teammate Wellman added four assists.Defencemen Darnell St. Pierre and Cramer each had two helpers.Friday, Nelson fell behind 3-1 after one period, but rallied to pull to within a goal after 40 minutes as Wilkinson and Linden Horswill scored late in the frame.However, two power play goals in the third by Dallas Calvin and Braden Fuller in just over a minute secured the win for the Hawks.“I don’t know what happened,” Wilkinson expressed.“It was a pretty close game going into the third and we just kind of lost it (mentally). We took a lot of penalties and they capitalized on the power play going four for six . . . those are huge special teams numbers.”Nelson returns to the ice Thursday in Castlegar against the third-place Rebels, 16-12-1-3 in the first of a two-game home-and-home series.Friday the series shifts back to the Heritage City as Nelson plays its final game before the Christmas break.ICE CHIPS: Saturday’s breakout game for Jamie Vlanich snapped a two-game scoreless streak for the speedy center. Vlanich (19-37-56) jumps into third spot in KIJHL scoring, one points behind linemate Travis Wellman (34-25-59). . . . Nelson played the game against Golden with only five defenceman. Friday, to fill the blueline loss of Austin Seaman to a leg injury, Nelson called up Trevor Van Steinburg from the Kootenay Ice of the BC Major Midget Hockey League. The Ice lost 5-1 to Greater Vancouver Chiefs Saturday in Trail. . . . Friday, Beaver Valley received scoring from seven different players, with Ryan Edwards leading the points parade with three. Beaver Valley out shot the Leafs 44-27 in the game, including margins of 15-8 in the first period and 16-4 in the third. . . . Troy Petrich, with his second of the season, scored the other goal Friday for Nelson. Mid-season slumps have become all-too familiar to some players on the Nelson Leafs.So after the Beaver Valley Nitehawks pounded the Leafs 7-3 Friday in Fruitvale, Nelson was in need of a stopper to halt the slide.Veteran Jamie Vlanich proved to be that stopper as the Trail native scored four consecutive times to spark the Leafs to a 5-1 Kootenay International Junior Hockey League victory over the Golden Rockets Saturday at the NDCC Arena.The win snapped a two-game losing streak, allowing Nelson to maintain the lead in the Murdoch Division.Nelson, 23-4-1-3, leads second-place Beaver Valley by five points following weekend play.“That was the big-bounce-back-game we needed,” said Leaf winger Alex Wilkinson, standing in for Vlanich during the post-game press conference.“Everything came together for us. We played well in all parts of the game and played for a full 60 minutes.”Nelson led 2-0 after one period on goals by Cole Arcuri and Vlanich, scoring his first of the game on the power play.Vlanich then increased Nelson’s lead to 3-0 converting a pretty shorthanded marker before Matt McMath beat Tyler Moffat on the same power play.Vlanich completed the hat-trick before the period ended, then added his fourth of the game on a pretty three-way passing play with Robson Cramer and the artist, Travis Wellman.“Right from the get-go, we just came out flying,” Wilkinson explained when asked about the difference between Friday in Fruitvale and Saturday at home.
LATEST STORIES Don’t miss out on the latest news and information. Lights inside SMX hall flicker as Duterte rants vs Ayala, Pangilinan anew Gretchen Barretto’s daughter Dominique graduates magna cum laude from California college MOST READ Photo by Tristan Tamayo/INQUIRER.netAdamson University head coach Franz Pumaren doesn’t care about what outsiders think of his basketball decisions in the UAAP Season 81 men’s basketball tournament.The Soaring Falcons were already assured of the second seed, and a twice-to-beat advantage, even before their 82-56 loss to Far Eastern University and Pumaren decided to rest star players Sean Manganti and Jerrick Ahanmisi against the Tamaraws.ADVERTISEMENT Carpio hits red carpet treatment for China Coast Guard PLAY LIST 02:14Carpio hits red carpet treatment for China Coast Guard02:56NCRPO pledges to donate P3.5 million to victims of Taal eruption00:56Heavy rain brings some relief in Australia02:37Calm moments allow Taal folks some respite03:23Negosyo sa Tagaytay City, bagsak sa pag-aalboroto ng Bulkang Taal01:13Christian Standhardinger wins PBA Best Player award Still, Pumaren wasn’t the one to be concerned with statements from outside his circle and the UAAP.Pumaren added his team’s position as second seed spot and 10-4 record are the product of their hard work.“This was the reward for all our hard work and I don’t think anyone can take this away from us,” said Pumaren. “It’s nothing personal and for the longest time I’ve been coaching, I don’t rely on other teams because we write our own destiny.”“People can be critical but they have to look at the whole landscape.”ADVERTISEMENT Lights inside SMX hall flicker as Duterte rants vs Ayala, Pangilinan anew Nadine Lustre’s phone stolen in Brazil Allen Durham still determined to help Meralco win 1st PBA title For the complete collegiate sports coverage including scores, schedules and stories, visit Inquirer Varsity. Tim Cone, Ginebra set their sights on elusive All-Filipino crown Manganti was suffering from fever and a sore throat while Manganti was nursing a sprained left ankle and Pumaren elected to have his two best players take the game off so as not to aggravate any health issues the wingmen may have.“Given the scenario I don’t think any coach will force the issue,” said Pumaren Sunday at Mall of Asia Arena. “Any school won’t push their injured players because they might aggravate the injury.”FEATURED STORIESSPORTSGinebra beats Meralco again to capture PBA Governors’ Cup titleSPORTSJapeth Aguilar wins 1st PBA Finals MVP award for GinebraSPORTSGolden State Warriors sign Lee to multiyear contract, bring back ChrissPumaren was the target of a social media outcry, the platform itself being as nonsensical as the rant itself, for electing to rest Manganti and Ahanmisi as this led, what many believe, to a lackluster performance by the Falcons.The Tamaraws’ victory allowed them to tie De La Salle at 8-6 paving way for a Final Four playoff between the two teams. FEU slams depleted Adamson, forces Final Four playoff vs La Salle Sports Related Videospowered by AdSparcRead Next Gov’t to employ 6,000 displaced by Taal View comments Will you be the first P16 Billion Powerball jackpot winner from the Philippines? Japeth Aguilar embraces role, gets rewarded with Finals MVP plum
8 January 2015The South African government has come out in support of the UN Security Council’s condemnation of the attack on journalists at Charlie Hebdo magazine in Paris as “barbaric and cowardly”, describing it as a “crime against humanity”.Read the full statement:The South African Government joins the international community in condemning the calculated and barbaric terrorist attack on 7 January 2015, against journalists and members of the public in Paris, France, which is reported to have claimed the lives of at least 12 individuals.Deliberate attacks against journalists and members of the public contravene international law and constitute a crime against humanity.The South African Government has taken note of and supports the United Nations Security Council in its condemnation of this “barbaric and cowardly” act and reiterates its stance that terrorism in any form and from whichever quarter cannot be condoned.South Africa stands firmly with the international community by unequivocally condemning all terrorism and will continue to support regional and international efforts to address the scourge of terrorism in all its forms.The South African Government extends its deepest condolences to the Government and people of France, especially the victims of the attack and their loved ones.Source: Department of International Relations and Cooperation
Editor’s note: These were the most favorited geocaches in the world as of June 22, 2015. To see the current caches topping the charts, try out Worldwide Search on Geocaching.com.There are many reasons why geocachers award favorite points to geocaches. Sometimes it’s the stunning view at the geocache. Other times it’s the unique container that makes your jaw drop. Whatever the reason, favorite points are a great way for geocachers to award top-notch hides.Favorited geocaches tend to be higher quality caches, and with the help of the new search, it’s easy to find and sort geocaches by favorite points.The following geocaches are the cream of the crop, the best of the best, the pick of the litter, the top dogs, the big cheese… well, you get the idea. And they all have one thing in common: lots and lots of favorite points. Geocache Type: TraditionalGC Number: GC13Y2YGeocache Name: Lego – einer ist zuvielNumber of favorite points: 5,787Geocache Type: Multi-CacheGC Number: GC18182Geocache Name: Voss-MargarineNumber of favorite points: 3,936 SharePrint RelatedEverything you always wanted to know about Favorite pointsApril 2, 2019In “News”Four tips for hiding quality geocachesFebruary 19, 2019In “Geocaching Weekly Newsletter”Groundspeak Weekly Newsletter – July 13, 2011July 13, 2011In “Groundspeak’s Weekly Newsletter” Geocache Type: WebcamGC Number: GC6F12Geocache Name: London – Beatles Abbey RoadNumber of favorite points: 609Geocache Type: WherigoGC Number: GC356P2Geocache Name: Die Jagd nach dem Grünen Diamanten (D+Engl)Number of favorite points: 1,175DCIM100GOPROInspired yet? It’s time for you to go and find a highly-favorited geocache and earn a cool souvenir. With the most recent update to the Geocaching Intro App, you can now search for any cache type. And don’t forget to spread the favorite point love. Share with your Friends:More Geocache Type: EarthCacheGC Number: GCZ8H7Geocache Name: The Cologne Cathedral – A Geological Point of ViewNumber of favorite points: 846Geocache Type: MysteryGC Number: GC2J9J5Geocache Name: Schatz des AlberichNumber of favorite points: 2,857Geocache Type: LetterboxGC Number: GC3QM4XGeocache Name: Seebrücke BinzNumber of favorite points: 1,349Geocache Type: VirtualGC Number: GC9A6EGeocache Name: Historic WordsNumber of favorite points: 1,299
4 Keys to a Kid-Safe App 12 Unique Gifts for the Hard-to-Shop-for People… john paul titlow 9 Books That Make Perfect Gifts for Industry Ex… 5 Outdoor Activities for Beating Office Burnout Tags:#biz#Reviews#Software Guides Isn’t living in the future awesome? Right now, I’m writing this blog post on my phone while using an elliptical machine at my local gym. When I get back to my desk, this draft will be waiting for me in Google Docs, where I can edit it, add links and get it ready to publish. If I want to grab coffee later, I could bring my iPad with me and make some last minute fixes from the cafe. Everything will be saved automatically in the cloud.As we reported in November, the ability edit, save and delete Google Docs was recently made available to iPhone, iPad and iPod Touch users. While third parties have already developed mobile apps for managing Google Docs, this marks the first time Google itself has enabled mobile editing in the Web app for its popular cloud-based office suite.So how does it stack up? In a nutshell, the experience of editing and managing Google Docs from iOS devices is pretty good. But like many brand new features, it could go further, and hopefully we’ll see improvements over time.What It Does Well Since late November, the mobile-optimized Web version of Google Docs has enabled users to create, edit and delete documents on the go, which can really come in handy for business users, especially those who might travel or work remotely. Being able to edit documents from a variety of devices without worrying about keeping track of the latest version is priceless.For some users, it may take some getting used to the fact that there’s no “save” button. Instead, the document auto-saves every few seconds as you type. Well, technically there is a “save” button, but it only displays when the document hasn’t been auto-saved but it saves so frequently that you almost never see the option to save manually.Typing on the iPad is pretty effective in general, but it can get clumsy if you type fast. If you’re a professional writer or prefer to type very quickly, your best bet would be to use an external keyboard and turning off auto-correct so as to avoid introducing any unnecessary changes that you might not notice when reviewing the document later. Apple’s wireless keyboard for desktops works great with the iPad, or there are a number of iPad-specific keyboards.iPhone users already know how tedious typing on the device can be and using Google Docs on it is no different. That said, it’s no worse than typing an email or a long text message. You just have to take your time and keep an eye out for unintentionally hilarious auto-corrections.What if you lose your data or WiFi connection? Do you lose all of your precious work? Nope. Thankfully, the Google Docs mobile Web app makes smart use of HTML5’s offline storage feature. If you’re without a signal, the application still works; it just can’t save your work. Thus you can continue to type away and make changes, and the app will sync and save your document the next time the device is online. Just be careful about trying to load any other new pages or data in Safari in the meantime, as there’s a chance doing so could cause you to lose your changes.Some Room For ImprovementThe user interface is extremely simple, and that’s typically a good thing. However, in this case, it feels like there are missing features. And there are. You can’t format text, add links or align paragraphs. There are no document-sharing options enabled. You can literally just type and edit text. Users who rely on a real-time spellchecker to keep their spelling ability in check might be disappointed by the fact that there are no red, squiggly lines under the words they most ruthlessly butcher. The native iOS spellchecker and auto-correction will have to suffice, at least until one can get back to the desktop version of Google Docs, where these stripped-out features are available. Or if you just can’t wait, you can access the desktop version of a document from the iPad by clicking the “Desktop” link at the bottom of the page. There does appear to be at least one bug on the iPad version. In my testing, anytime a suggested spelling popped up, I was unable to tap it to X it out as one normally can. Instead, the Web app interprets the tap as if it’s intended to select a line in the document itself. For now, the mobile version of Google Docs only supports the creation of text documents and spreadsheets, whereas the desktop version allows for PowerPoint-style presentations, Web forms and drawings.Despite these limitations, Google Docs for mobile is overall an effective and easy-to-use experience. We’ll be excited to see it improved moving forward, especially on the iPad, which offers greater opportunities for a more robust, feature-rich interface. Related Posts