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Linkedin Twitter Horoscope: April 29, 2021 Horoscope: April 27, 2021 Horoscope: April 29, 2021 Facebook Twitter Horoscope: April 30, 2021 ReddIt Previous articleFort Worth set to elect first new mayor in 10 years SaturdayNext articleMada: How one app is helping you pick what to wear Tamia Banks RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR ReddIt Tamia Bankshttps://www.tcu360.com/author/tamia-banks/ Tamia Bankshttps://www.tcu360.com/author/tamia-banks/ Horoscope: April 30, 2021 Horoscope: May 1, 2021 Horoscope: May 1, 2021 Horoscope: April 28, 2021 Linkedin Facebook Tamia Bankshttps://www.tcu360.com/author/tamia-banks/ printA baby born today has a Sun in Taurus and a Moon in Capricorn.HAPPY BIRTHDAY for Sunday, May 2, 2021:Strong, steadfast and charitable, create and keep healthy boundaries, or else you can be swept away in other people’s problems. This year, you are recognized for your innovative contributions and your work with a successful team. Be open to a change that lets you take your lifestyle up several notches. If single, be discerning. If attached, ask your partner for more help when you need it. CANCER knows how to nurture.The Stars Show the Kind of Day You’ll Have: 5-Dynamic; 4-Positive; 3-Average; 2-So-so; 1-DifficultARIES (March 21-April 19)★★★★You might be asked to take on responsibilities that you’d prefer to leave to someone else. Those in charge know that your dynamic energy is needed in this situation. The experience will ultimately raise your profile. Tonight: Be patient with stressed-out friends.This Week: Love is what matters most.TAURUS (April 20-May 20)★★★Dive right in when you’re asked to share your wisdom with someone who’s eager to learn. You can convey a step-by-step process clearly and fully. Expect a text or email from out of the country. Tonight: Re-read an old book.This Week: Schedule a family meeting.GEMINI (May 21-June 20)★★★Practice the art of receiving. It really is possible for a gift to be given with no strings attached. Let a friend give you the treat you so richly deserve. Your heartfelt thanks will flow freely. Tonight: Think romantic thoughts.This Week: Voice your opinions tactfully.CANCER (June 21-July 22)★★★★A client, close friend or romantic partner will tug at your heartstrings today. Be a good listener and offer your support, but don’t let anyone’s negative energy bring you down. Make a long-delayed amorous advance. Tonight: Time for love.This Week: Innovation is a game changer.LEO (July 23-Aug. 22)★★★Make time for a workout, swim or long walk. Vigorous exercise supports your mental health and makes your body even stronger. You could meet a likeminded friend while you’re engaged in an activity you love. Tonight: Update your planner.This Week: Make amends with a friend.VIRGO (Aug. 23-Sept. 22)★★★★Join a friend for online shopping and keep each other’s spending in check. Shop for artwork to brighten your living space. You could find something valuable in the attic or basement. Plan a gathering to show it off. Tonight: Humorous essay.This Week: Make time for hot romance.LIBRA (Sept. 23-Oct. 22)★★★★Look through old photos, diaries and other memorabilia from your childhood. Continue your online genealogical searches. You are bound to find more informative and surprising facts. Get in touch with relatives to share the news. Tonight: Count your blessings.This Week: Children and grandchildren come first.SCORPIO (Oct. 23-Nov. 21)★★★Care for tools you use every day. Your car could use a maintenance check, or your phone might need an update. Preventive maintenance stops trouble from getting in your way. An old school friend could reach out. Tonight: Read in bed.This Week: Support your favorite charity.SAGITTARIUS (Nov. 22-Dec. 21)★★★★★Go after an opportunity to earn extra money with a fun and profitable side hustle. Add to your savings and accumulate enough cash to support your insatiable passion for learning and travel. The energy you need is there. Tonight: Strategize.This Week: Lead a group or meeting.CAPRICORN (Dec. 22-Jan. 19)★★★★Your quest for success could lead to a self-help course. You’re always looking for new ways to be the best at what you do. An old boss or supervisor might contact you with an interesting proposal. Tonight: Use your headphones.This Week: Get physical indoors and outdoors.AQUARIUS (Jan. 20-Feb. 18)★★★Let your imagination run wild, and the solution to a problem will be more obvious than you thought possible. Your colleagues will be astounded at your creative approach, and you’ll be rewarded for your ingenuity. Tonight: Network with intriguing contacts.This Week: Set down your intentions.PISCES (Feb. 19-March 20)★★★★Tackle a problem or project by asking for help from your friends. Let people gather together as they assist you. You’ll transform a grueling task into a fun and entertaining way to laugh and play. Tonight: Turn lemons into lemonade.This Week: Step up your search for vacation deals.Born today: Fashion designer Donatella Versace (1955), soccer player David Beckham (1975), actress Ellie Kemper (1980) + posts Horoscope: April 28, 2021 Tamia Banks Tamia Bankshttps://www.tcu360.com/author/tamia-banks/
Meet Jelena and how the story is told in tourism. As Jelena Holenko points out in the introduction, her terrain is not a stage, but a forest path where she takes on alter ego – foxes. A fox who takes you into her home and a crazy adventure. Being a tourist guide is a great honor, but also a responsibility, because by definition, tourist guides are ambassadors of Croatian tourism. If you want to meet our green heart of Croatia, if you want your guests to be delighted, then I definitely recommend that you introduce Gorski kotar to the soul and ambassador of Gorski kotar – Jelena Holenko aka Lynx and Fox. Travel guides tell stories about destinations, they are the good spirit of the destination who know and tell local stories that are not in the tourist brochures. They are storytellers, selling emotions and experiences. See the story… Last week, the tenth edition of TEDxZagreb was held in Zagreb, this time with the thematic title TWISTER. And exactly one of the lecturers was Jelena Holenko, one of our best tourist ambassadors and a tourist guide or storyteller, who tells the story of Gorski Kotar. Whether you are a travel agency, group or individual and if you are planning to wander around the Green Heart of Croatia – you need Jelena in the team. Experience and story are guaranteed, and Jelena is one of the best examples of how tourism is people and how stories are told in tourism.
A total of 22,888 patients infected with the novel coronavirus had been discharged from hospital after recovery by the end of Saturday, the Chinese health authority said on Sunday.Saturday saw 2,230 people walk out of hospital after recovery, the National Health Commission said in its daily report.By the end of Saturday, a total of 2,442 people had died of the disease and 76,936 confirmed cases of novel coronavirus infection had been reported in 31 provincial-level regions and the Xinjiang Production and Construction Corps on the Chinese mainland. Topics :
On Sunday, the International Olympic Committee (IOC) said it would hold discussions that would include an option of putting back the July 24 start date or even moving the Games by a year or more.Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe told parliament on Monday postponing the Olympics may become an option if holding the Games in its “complete form” became impossible.”If that becomes difficult, we may have no option but to consider postponing the Games, given the Olympic principle of putting the health of athletes first,” he said.Abe also said calling off the Games entirely was not an option, echoing the IOC position in its statement that cancellation “was not on the agenda”. Topics : The organizing committee for the Olympics and Paralympics will be holding a news conference in Tokyo at 2.30pm local time (0530 GMT) on Monday.Canada’s Olympic and Paralympic Committees urgently called on organizers and the World Health Organization (WHO) to postpone the Games for one year.”We offer them our full support in helping navigate all the complexities that rescheduling the Games will bring,” the committees said in a statement. “While we recognize the inherent complexities around a postponement, nothing is more important than the health and safety of our athletes and the world community.”While Canada is the first country to say it will not send a delegation to compete in the summer of 2020, the Australian Olympic Committee (AOC) said on Monday its athletes should prepare for a Tokyo Games taking place in 2021.”The AOC believes our athletes now need to prioritize their own health and of those around them, and to be able to return to the families, in discussion with their National Federations,” the AOC said in a statement.Alternate Scenarios Canada’s Olympic Committee said it reviewed the IOC’s assessment of the situation and applauded it for recognizing the need to consider alternate scenarios for hosting the Games.On Friday, Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau had said it was up to Canadian athletes to decide on going to Tokyo even if the Games went ahead.Canada’s boycott will add to growing pressure on the IOC to alter the schedule after criticism from a slew of current and former athletes with health concerns.”YESSSSSS CANADA!!!!!!! pulls out of OLYMPICS UNLESS IOC POSTPONE!!!,” tweeted US hurdler Lolo Jones. “OUR HEALTH IS MORE important than sport. Hopefully the UNITED STATES is next.”The US Olympic Committee said it will not be commenting on Sunday about Canada’s decision.Earlier, the US Olympic and Paralympic Committee (USOPC) welcomed the IOC’s statement but said more clarity was needed.”The progress reflected in today’s IOC update to the global athlete community is an important step in providing clarity, but our athlete community continues to face enormous ambiguity surrounding the 2020 Games in Tokyo,” said USOPC chief executive Sarah Hirshland and USOPC athletes advisory council chair Han Xiao in a joint statement.The Olympics have never been postponed or cancelled during peacetime but the IOC’s decision to even consider postponement was met with relief from several major stakeholders, including World Athletics, the International Paralympic Committee (IPC) and major national Olympic committees. The last major boycott of the Olympics was when the Soviet bloc stayed away from the 1984 Los Angeles Games, although North Korea and Cuba skipped the 1988 Seoul Olympics.“As an Olympian, feeling for Team Canada athletes and coaches who have worked so hard…I know these decisions will impact many beyond sport,” tweeted Charmaine Crooks, a five-time Canadian Olympic sprinter and former IOC member. “Health first.” Canada became the first country to boycott the Tokyo Games due to the coronavirus pandemic and Australia told its athletes to prepare for an Olympics next year as Japan and the IOC flagged the prospect of a postponement for the first time.Opposition to holding the Games in July has risen sharply in the past 48 hours, with several major stakeholders such as US Track and Field and UK Athletics, along with some national Olympic committees, calling for a delay because of the pandemic.More than 13,000 people have died globally since the coronavirus outbreak began.
LONG BRANCH – Monmouth Medical Center has received a $1 million donation from the Tigger House Foundation to support the medical center’s response to the opioid overdose crisis, according to the medical center.The gift will fund a private consultation room in Monmouth’s Emergency Department. The newly-designed area will give patients and families dealing with substance abuse a place to meet with physicians, recovery specialists, patient navigators and counselors.Monmouth Medical Center is part of a state-grant-funded Opioid Overdose Recovery Program, which links individuals reversed from an opioid overdose with recovery support services and treatment after being seen in Monmouth Medical Center’s Emergency Department.Monmouth Medical Center will also work to honor the memory of “Tigger” Stavola through its efforts to reduce the stigma that surrounds the disease of addiction.“Our son, Rick Jr., who was known to friends and family as Tigger, was larger than life – he had a big heart and a special smile that would light up a room,” said Rick Stavola, who started the Tigger House Foundation with his wife, Lisa, in 2013 in memory of their son following his death from an accidental overdose. “If we can help prevent other families from going through what we did, we will have been successful and honored his memory. I believe this partnership with Monmouth Medical Center will help save more lives.”Bill Arnold, president and chief executive officer of Monmouth Medical Center, said “The statistics surrounding opioid use and overdose in Monmouth County are staggering. The generosity of the Tigger House Foundation will greatly assist Monmouth Medical Center in our efforts to combat this deadly epidemic.”The Tigger House Foundation is a nonprofit organization dedicated to reducing the death rate of overdoses due to heroine and opiate addiction. The foundation also works to change public attitudes towards individuals who struggle with addiction by addressing the illicit heroine and opiate epidemic.Tigger House partners with government, law enforcement, legal and medical professionals to provide opportunities for rehabilitation and to halt the spread of illicit drugs through local dealers and prescription drug abuse. It maintains a 12-bed sober living house in Middletown. Managed by Oxford House, Tigger House is helping to establish sober-living housing throughout Monmouth and Ocean counties.“This heartfelt gift from the Tigger House Foundation ensures that patients and families struggling with addiction have access to the support they need,” said Tara Kelly, vice president of development, Monmouth Medical Center Foundation. “The work Tigger House and the Stavolas are doing in memory of their son is truly remarkable and will certainly make a difference in the lives of other families.”Last month, Tigger House announced a gift of $120,000 to Riverview Medical Center in Red Bank to fund an addictions counselor to be on call in the emergency room.
Mallard’s Source for sports is very impressed with the Neptunes overcoming adversity and wants to praise the swimmers with Team of the Week.For more information regarding the Neptunes program check out the club’s website. It doesn’t matter that the Nelson Neptunes Swim Team is minus a home.The show will go on for the Kootenay Summer Swim Association team the Neptunes open the training season May 1 swimming five times a week at the Castlegar Aquatic Centre.After May, the Neptunes move home base to the Salmo outdoor pool for June, July and August as well as hosting a meet in June in Salmo.