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first_img November 21, 2017 SHARE Email Facebook Twitter Government That Works,  Press Release Harrisburg, PA – Today, Wolf Administration Cabinet officials were joined by more than 200 attendees for the first Cabinet in Your Community event held at Luzerne County Community College.“I am excited that so many members of the community came out to hear from and ask questions of our cabinet officials today,” said Governor Tom Wolf. “It’s important that we continue to have this type of valuable dialogue all across the commonwealth and that everyone has an opportunity feel connected to Harrisburg no matter where they live.”Featuring Department of Community and Economic Development Secretary Dennis Davin, Department of Education Secretary Pedro Rivera, and Department of Labor and Industry Acting Secretary Jerry Oleksiak, department secretaries provided region specific updates on major projects, accomplishments, and answered impromptu questions from the audience.The Cabinet in Your Community initiative is a series of townhall-like events in which members of the community are given the opportunity to interact with cabinet secretaries and talk about the issues important to each region.The next Cabinet in Your Community event is currently scheduled for December 13 in Lock Haven and will include secretaries and acting secretaries from the departments of Community and Economic Development, Agriculture, Revenue, Labor and Industry, Transportation, and State.center_img More Than 200 Attendees Join Wolf Administration in Nanticoke for First Cabinet in Your Community Eventlast_img read more

first_imgPhoto Courtesy of Baha Men The Baha Men are pleased with the reception from their July 4 concert at the BBT Center in Sunrise, Florida.The Bahamian group, who are synonymous with the 2000 soca hit, ‘Who Let The Dogs Out,’ performed to an audience of approximately 5,000. According to their manager Paul Easton, the audience loved them.“I think we met our objective of satisfying the audience. It’s the first show the band has played since 2015 and we are thrilled with the response,” Easton told CNW.The Baha Men were opening act for veteran rock band The Romantics who closed the show.According to Easton other gigs are on the horizon for The Baha Men which was formed in Nassau in 1980.“We have another show coming up in at Disney World in Orlando on the Labor Day weekend and other promoters have also reached out to us,” he said.Originally known as High Voltage, The Baha Men initially focused on disco and funk. They performed regularly in nightclubs and hotels in The Bahamas and released several self-produced albums.Their first album, 1992’s ‘Junkanoo’, included the local hit ‘Back to The Island’. Another album ‘Kalik’ followed in 1994. That album contained another hit, ‘Dancing in The Moonlight’. But it was ‘Who Let The Dogs Out’, a cover of Trinidadian Anslem Douglas’ Doggie, that made the group internationally famous.It earned them band a Grammy Award for Best Dance Recording in 2000.The group is currently promoting their latest album, ‘Ride With Me’, released in 2015.Copyright 2017 – Caribbean National Weekly Newslast_img read more

first_imgA woman has told how she lost her engagement ring at a Donegal beach – only to find it again more than 18 months later!MLA Nichola Mallon thought she would never see the ring again after she lost it on a play park at the beach at Ballyliffin.After losing the ring on the beach she searched for hours into the evening and again the next morning raking the sand in the hope of finding her ring. Strangers even lent a helping hand with a metal detector only for their hunt to end without success.“I came home distraught and felt awful ever since,” she added.“I cannot believe that 18 months later a lady would find it, her sister would post it on Facebook and my ring and I reunited.“I can never thank Fiona Collins and her sister Amanda enough for finding it and for their honesty. “Never Give Up Hope,” she ended her post with.Speaking to the Belfast Telegraph, the MLA explained how the good fortune was all down to the weather.The recent hot spell had burned away reeds leaving the ring to be found.“It probably never would have been found only for the weather,” the MLA added.Before leaving the area the family left messages with those that had helped in case the ring showed up and then all of a sudden a text came out of the blue. After a few messages husband Brendan was dispatched back to Ballyliffin to retrieve the ring.“We exchanged pictures and a description and even when she said ‘yes’ I didn’t believe it until it was back on my finger. I never got my hopes up.”Last week a little boy helped reunite lost wedding and engagement rings with their owners after he was on a treasure hunt in Donegal.Again social media came to the fore to bring a happy ending. Treasure hunter Oliver (8) reunites lost engagement and wedding rings with grateful owner“It just shows you to never give up hope,” added Nichola.“You hear these stories and you imagine it could happen to you, but you never believe it – you dream. We never replaced it.“I know it’s an engagement ring and they are sentimental to everyone. But I never had a say in picking it, Brendan did it all on his own and we thought it was lost for good.“I’m over the moon these things never happen to me.”She added: “I can’t thank Fiona and Amanda enough. It shows you the power of social media and that there are good honest people out there.”Woman finds lost engagement ring 18 months after losing it on Donegal beach was last modified: August 15th, 2018 by StephenShare this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pocket (Opens in new window)Click to share on Telegram (Opens in new window)Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window)Click to share on Skype (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new window)Tags:BallyliffindonegalNicola Mallonringlast_img read more