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first_imgThe Ocean City VFW Post No. 6650 collects clothing for the Ocean City Board of Realtors Warmth for Winter Drive.The Ocean City Board of Realtors is pleased to announce its fall community service project, a drive to collect coats, sweaters, blankets, snow boots, hats and scarves. Donations will be collected now through Nov. 26, and will be used to give the gift of warmth for winter.The Warmth for the Winter Drive will collect gently used or new items to be donated to the Ocean City Ecumenical Council Clothes Closet to provide for needy families. Of special need for this winter are children’s coats, children’s snow boots, and men’s sweat pants and pajamas. Monetary donations will be accepted — we will shop for you! Funds will be used to purchase items of need as requested by the Ecumenical Clothes Closet.Donations can be dropped off at the office of the Ocean City Board of Realtors, 405 22nd Street, or for pickup please call the office at 609-399-0128.“It’s time to clean out those closets, and we encourage our fellow Realtors, friends and neighbors to donate items that are gently used or new, especially coats, that will provide warmth for the winter to families in need” said Gloria Votta, Chair Community Services Committee, Ocean City Board of Realtors.For more information, please contact Vicki Heebner at 609-399-0128 or [email protected]— News release from the Ocean City Board of Realtorslast_img read more

first_img Guide to determining financial eligibility for certificated work LAA civil legal aid eligibility keycard Updated guidance is now available following the introduction of the 2018 civil contracts covering both face-to-face and telephone gateway services.Delivery of services began on 1 September 2018 and amendments to the Lord Chancellor’s guidance are designed to reflect the new contracts.The changes cover both ‘licensed’ (or ‘certificated’) work and ‘controlled’ work.The updated ‘licensed’ work guidance contains a new appendix setting out the financial eligibility rules for immigration and asylum Upper Tribunal cases funded under a certificate.Further informationCivil legal aid means testing – to download the following: Guide to determining financial eligibility for controlled work and family mediation Means assessment guidancelast_img read more

first_imgReview the National Forests in North Carolina website for updates and more information at www.fs.usda.gov/nfsnc, on Facebook at www.facebook.com/nfsnc, and on Twitter at twitter.com/NFsNCarolina. Firefighters control wildfires in Cherokee County Murphy, NC, Helped out by significant rainfall this morning, firefighters have fully controlled two fires that were burning along Tatham Gap Road in Cherokee County, near Andrews, NC. The Tatham Gap Road Fire burned 32 acres on private property. The Spread Eagle Fire burned 27.5 acres on US Forest Service property on the Nantahala National Forest Tusquitee Ranger District. The fires, which were reported over the weekend, were initially estimated at 40 acres each. More accurate mapping allowed managers to refine their sizes. Approximately 10 firefighters from the US Forest Service and the North Carolina Forest Service are continuing to monitor the fire areas. While the cause of the fire is under investigation, it is suspected to be arson. If you see something, say something. If you know of someone deliberately setting fires, call 911. The public is urged to be extra vigilant with fires as we move into the spring wildfire season. Spring wildfire season typically lasts from mid-March to mid-May. Even with recent rain events, we can experience high fire danger after 2-3 days of dry conditions. N.C. Forest Service officials urge citizens to reconsider burning yard debris through the end of May, which historically marks the end of spring wildfire season in North Carolina. Consider alternatives to burning. For more information visit: https://ncforestservice.gov/news_pubs/newsdesk_2020.htm#2020327 Additionally, the National Forests are experiencing higher than usual visitation, especially an increase in dispersed camping. Consider postponing your camping trip. If you do camp, consider using cooking stoves instead of campfires. If you do use a campfire, make sure it is out and cold before leaving your campsite. Stay up to date on current national forest closures at: http://www.fs.usda.gov/goto/currentclosures N.C. Forest Service officials urge citizens to reconsider burning yard debris through the end of May, which historically marks the end of spring wildfire season in North Carolina. Consider alternatives to burning. For more information visit: https://ncforestservice.gov/news_pubs/newsdesk_2020.htm#2020327  Updated April 1, 2020 If you know of someone deliberately setting fires, call 911. The public is urged to be extra vigilant with fires as we move into the spring wildfire season. Spring wildfire season typically lasts from mid-March to mid-May. Even with recent rain events, we can experience high fire danger after 2-3 days of dry conditions. center_img Additionally, the National Forests are experiencing higher than usual visitation, especially an increase in dispersed camping. Consider postponing your camping trip. If you do camp, consider using cooking stoves instead of campfires. If you do use a campfire, make sure it is out and cold before leaving your campsite. Stay up to date on current national forest closures at: http://www.fs.usda.gov/goto/currentclosures Two fires are burning along Tatham Gap Road in Cherokee County, near Andrews, NC. Firefighters are working to suppress both fires, which were reported over the weekend. The Tatham Gap Road Fire is burning on private property and is approximately 40 acres in size. The Spread Eagle Fire is burning on US Forest Service property on the Nantahala National Forest Tusquitee Ranger District and is also approximately 40 acres in size. Approximately 40 firefighters from the US Forest Service and the North Carolina Forest Service are responding. A helicopter is being used to perform water drops to slow the spread of the fire. While the cause of the fire is under investigation, it is suspected to be arson. If you see something, say something. Photo of a strong fire spreading in gusts of wind through dry grass from Getty Imageslast_img read more

first_imgprAna Women’s Polar Escape Vest Houdini Mono Air Houdi Stio Men’s Buckhorn Insulated Snap Shirt Kinis Lucy The Man Behind the Maps Based in Manassas, Va., this local craft distiller pulls no punches when it comes to tasty brown liquor that makes for the perfect present to share with friends. The Straight Wheat Whiskey—a mix of corn, wheat, and malted barley mashes—is the brand’s bread and butter and makes for a great sipper on its own or mixed in your favorite cocktail. $41; kodistilling.com Available for men and women, this snuggle-tastic performance sweatshirt from sustainability-minded Swedish brand Houdini will become your new best friend wherever you go. This recycled and recyclable fleece jacket is built to minimize the shedding of microfibers—those unseen plastic demons that leach off synthetic fabrics and into the water, and thus animals, when you put them in the wash—thanks to an innovative Polartec Power Air fabric. $200; houdinisportswear.com Glerups Shoe with Leather Sole Looking for more goods? Click here! Bluegrass Hemp Oil Genesis Blend Pain Bundle The perfect flask for everything from backpacking to tailgating to heading to your favorite spot in the woods, the 9-oz. VSSL not only stores your favorite libation, it also stores two collapsible stainless steel shot glasses. Tippled a bit too much? The built-in LED light and compass will get you back home. $95; vsslgear.com Seirus Innovation EVO Arc Masque VSSL Flask The vest is a versatile winter piece—all you need for a hike on balmier days and essential layering for cold snaps. Made with 100% recycled polyester, the vest not only keeps you warm, it also makes you feel good about your purchasing decision as we rethink supply chains and our impact on the planet. $99; prana.comcenter_img This complete set—four-piece 5-weight Recon rod, Mirage LT II reel, and Pro Trout textured 5-weight line—is the perfect gift not just for those who want to up their fly game, but also for hard-core anglers who are looking for another rod or a full kit to take hiking and backpacking. The star of the show is the Recon rod, a supple, versatile stick that’s ideal for everything from presenting dries to finicky rainbows to hauling in aggressive smallmouth bass. $1,006; orvis.com The ultimate guy layer, this rough-and-ready shacket made from organic cotton is the kind of thing your favorite dude can wear on a winter hike with the dogs, hanging out in front of the fire pit, or just spending a comfy day at home. Plus, since it’s based in Jackson, Wyoming, Stio just oozes authentic mountain cred. $169; stio.com Your dogs get worked pretty hard if you are an outdoor enthusiast and these to-die-for felt wool shoes with a leather sole make relaxing easier. That’s not to say they are strictly for chilling out. With a long history that traces back to the fields of northern Denmark, these kicks can handle casual walks and day-to-day business in style too. $95; glerups.com Orvis Recon Premium Outfit This year has been hard on everyone, so a few simple comforts can go a long way when it comes to the holidays. With the season of giving upon us, we present our top outdoor gift picks to lift the spirits of the avid adventurers in your life. DynamiteStarfish Women’s Hooded Long Sleeve for Climbers, Misfits, and Lovers Richmond-based Kinis has put the barefoot philosophy that so many trail runners have embraced into a more casual kick. The Lucy can handle a walk in the woods but looks just as good when you head to town. Plus, it provides all the biomechanical benefits of letting your feet spread and strike naturally when you walk. $95; kinis.com TVLA Align[mat] V2 The name says it all. This is the gift for the climber in your life who will not stand for the status quo. A blend of polyester, cotton, and rayon, the hoodie is perfect for hanging out at the crag or kicking around town and making a subtle statement. The brand is the brainchild of L.A.-based climber and artist Leslie Kim who wants to share the joy of climbing with everyone. $42; dynamitestarfish.com 5.11 Pathfinder Watch A brand created by yoga teachers, TVLA understands the importance of a good mat for those who make practice an integral part of each day. It’s soft yet tough, and grippy as well as moisture absorbing, so you won’t slip during a tough session. Best of all, it includes markers to keep you aligned properly as you move through asanas. $98; tvlashop.com First let’s get this out of the way: CBD is a cannabinoid extracted from hemp (not marijuana) that does not contain THC and is legal to grow in 46 states. Athletes from former pro cyclist Floyd Landis to soccer star and Olympian Megan Rapinoe swear by its ability to soothe inflammation and anxiety. This bundle–made by the family-owned company that grows its hemp in-state—gives you a bath soak, roller application, and extract (strength of your choice) that will help take away the pains of training and help make you feel more at ease in case 2020 gets even more nutso. $68 (with 300mg extract); bluegrasshempoil.com If you ski or ride, you know James Niehues. He’s the guy who illustrates all those ski maps you shove in your pocket when you go to a new hill and pull out on the lift to plan your run. And this book—an outstanding procrastination tool—collects all those illustrations from resorts across North America and beyond. It’s the perfect gift for those who dream of their next mountain getaway. $90; jamesniehues.com KO Distilling Bare Knuckle Straight Wheat Whiskey Like it or not, your mask has become required gear every time you leave the house.  Ideal for outdoor activities, this high-performance model made by alpine glove and face-covering manufacturer Seirus Innovation is more breathable than most, and the HeiQ V-Block antimicrobial treatment helps to keep you healthy and others safe. $21; seirus.com  Running on solar power, this rugged-but-classy timepiece is just the ticket for those who prefer analog over digital when it comes to staying on schedule out in the wild or back in town. Scratch-resistant glass and a tough nylon band that doesn’t interfere with adventure action seal the deal. $89.99; 511tactical.com  last_img read more

first_imgWhen I was the VP of Marketing at First Tech CU, I changed the name of the department to Cult-ivation. Quite frankly, I had come to hate what marketing had become in most credit unions. I corrected anyone that said “We need to GO AFTER…(insert product name or demographic). It felt like stalking, and according to Psychology Today the definition of stalking is:“…repeated and persistent unwanted communication and/or approaches that produce fear in the victim. The stalker may use such means as telephone calls, letters, e-mail and placing notes in the media.” In other words, traditional marketing. Today marketing feels like a punishment. When I Google some content and land on the page I am bombarded with constant interruptions, banner ads, and pop ups. If I go look at a pair of shoes on Zappos they follow me everywhere in social media. Are some of these effective?  Probably, but raise your hand if you like them. Instead of “going after,” I tried to build a culture of cultivating like-minded people that would become devoted to the credit union. Cult is not necessarily a negative word. It is a “great devotion to a person or an idea.” Member loyalty is critical to our long-term success and never has it been more important than today. This year a Gallup Poll asked 3.2 million credit union members across the US how the credit union can support members during the COVID-19 crisis. Three specific needs emerged:Increase my peace of mind, provide me with relief as I need to get through this crisis. Build my hope, continually be there for me through guidance and solutions.Reduce my unnecessary stress, make it easy for me to access staff and tools when and how I need them. These three things are what members need most from their credit union right now, and thereby serve as a framework for providing exceptional service during this crisis and beyond. Gallup recommends that credit unions formally organize all COVID-19 members continuity planning around these urgent needs. I was going to present these ideas to a group of marketers in New York earlier this month, so I did some research to find out who might already be taking this more human approach. Canopy Credit Union in Spokane, Washington has a page on their website with the headline “Need help paying rent?” They are not “going after” anyone, they are helping their members solve a problem. A big problem. Increase my peace of mind. They offer a 0% help with rent loan for members who might be struggling to pay their living expenses, and you could qualify for up to 100 days before your first payment is due. Build hope by being there for me through guidance and solutions. That page also includes a list of other services that may help those struggling. Things like three month interest only payments, skip-a-pay, and penalty free term share withdrawals. They also list Spokane Resources such as a Women and Children Free Restaurant link and other community resources. Reduce my unnecessary stress. Visit their website. Their home page is perhaps one of the best I’ve ever seen. With a tag line “Here you grow”. They go on to say “Getting approved for a loan can be daunting. We have a simple process that ensures you get the right loan to fit your needs.” That’s it, and they’re right! It IS “daunting” and today a bit humbling to get a loan. They also have one of the best Facebook pages for a credit union. Facebook is for faces, and they get it, they do not push products on social media.I know many credit unions are stepping up and doing the right thing by their members right now. We are best in a crisis and this is what separates us from the banks. I hope this new way of marketing continues long after the crisis subsides, because it is about TRUST and trust is something that is earned. 2SHARESShareShareSharePrintMailGooglePinterestDiggRedditStumbleuponDeliciousBufferTumblr,Denise Wymore Denise started her credit union career over 30 years ago as a Teller for Pacific NW Federal Credit Union in Portland, Oregon. She moved up and around the org. chart … Web: www.nacuso.org Detailslast_img read more

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first_imgRobert K. Haley, age 35, died Saturday, November 22, 2014 at Sumner Regional Medical Center in Wellington.  He was a salesman for Verizon.Robert was born on November 28, 1978 in Fort Worth, TX to Bobby C. Haley and Lynda R. (Heath) Haley.He was preceded in death by his father. Survivors include his son, Jacob Haley of Haysville, KS; mother, Lynda Haley of Wellington; KS; two sisters, Jennifer Haley of Atlanta, GA and Amy Hamilton and her husband Brian of Riverdale, KS; and two nieces. Memorial Graveside Services will be held at Prairie Lawn Cemetery on Wednesday, November 26, 2014 at 1:30 P.M.  Pastor John Bliss will officiate.There will be no visitation as cremation has taken place.A memorial has been established with the Shriners Hospital for Children.  Contributions can be left at the funeral home.Frank Funeral Home has been entrusted with the arrangements.To leave condolences or sign our guest book, please visit our website at www.frankfuneralhome.netlast_img read more