Check out a full gallery of images below, courtesy of Sam Shinault Photography: Load remaining images Lake Street Dive, with supporting act The Suffers, is wrapping up the first leg of their East coast tour before heading out to Europe for a major tour. On Saturday night, March 19th, the band’s Side Pony Tour rolled into Richmond, VA for a sold out show at The National. Considering all the remaining dates of their US tour have sold out, expectations were quite high.The Suffers warmed up the crowd with their ‘Gulf Coast Soul’ groove that paired up well with the genre bending headliner’s sound. The Houston, TX based soul band had a big year in 2015, with performances at the Newport Folk Festival, Austin City Limits Music Festival, The Late Show with David Letterman, and NPR’s Tiny Desk. They laid down a great vibe that set the tone for Lake Street Dive’s set.Watch ‘The Suffers’ – NPR’s Tiny Desk Concert below:House lights turned down, just a hint of backlighting silhouetting the band, the cheers from the crowd growing increasingly louder, and Lake Street Dive took the stage! The band busted out into an adrenaline inducing version of ‘God Awful Things,’ a tune from their new album Side Pony that was released in February 2016 on Nonesuch Records.Mixing tracks from their new album in with old favorites like ‘Seventeen’, ‘Clear A Space’, “You Go Down Smooth’, and ‘Bad Self Portraits’ the band kept the crowd moving and shaking to their signature jazz/pop/folk rock sound. Mid-show, fans were treated to a special version of ‘Spectacular Failure’ featuring members from The Suffers horn section sitting in.The night came to a close with a rousing rendition of a track from their new album ‘Call Off Your Dogs’. With the crowd demanding more the 4 piece with special guest Kam Franklin from The Suffers returned to the stage for an encore performance of ‘What I’m Doing Here.’Lake Street Dive always puts on a spectacular show and leave you wanting more, amazed at the evolution of their sound as a band that is only getting better with age. LSD used some of that magic that can only be created by spending large amounts of time in a small smelly van on this next tune. For the 2nd encore the audience was left standing in awe as they contemplated in their heads “Is this real life?, Is this just fantasy? Caught in a landslide, no escape from reality.” Rachael Price used her sultry soulful sounding voice to wow the crowd with a jazzy version of Queen’s ‘Bohemian Rhapsody’ that featured one of the sickest stand up bass solos I’ve ever seen/heard, performed by LSD’s resident bass wizardess Bridget Kearney. The perfect ending to the night!Watch Lake Street Dive perform ‘Bohemian Rhapsody’ below:Visit Lake Street Dive’s website for tour dates and to purchase their new album Side Pony.
Moss Maritime and Equinor have recently signed a cooperation agreement to develop a floating solar panel park solution for near coastal and offshore applications. The partners will combine their experiences and know-how to further develop the concept into a competitive and cost-effective solution that should meet the increasing demand of renewable energy solutions.According to Moss Maritime, the solar park will have a modular design that eases construction and repair. It will be customized to fit various locations and power demands and should be able to operate in waves without damage to solar panels.Moss Maritime is part of Saipem’s new division XSIGHT, dedicated to high added value engineering services.
Submit Related Articles RMG optimistic following glorious Goodwood success August 6, 2019 ITV secures three-year British racing broadcast deal August 5, 2020 Share Share Texas-based OTT Platform FloSports.tv (FloSports) is set to significantly increase its international horseracing content after securing a premier package agreement with HBA Media.The Austin-based streaming service has secured a media package covering international racing’s most valuable events, including the $20 million Saudi Cup, the Dubai Racing World Cup, Cheltenham Festival’s Gold Cup and Australia’s Turf Club’s Golden Slipper race.FloSports is a specialist OTT platform, which to date has grown its North American audiences by offering exclusive live broadcasts and original content from regional US colligate sports and high school competitions.In 2019, FloSports reported a 170% growth in new subscribers as its audiences engaged with over 174.7 million minutes of VoD content watched throughout the year, and further broadcasting over 309 million minutes of live streams covering 200,000 youth sports competitions for its subscriber base.“FloSports is excited to partner with HBA Media on this opportunity,” said Mike Levy, FloSports, Vice President, Global Right Acquisition.“Horseracing has a massive global audience and has been largely overlooked in the live sports streaming industry. We look forward to bringing this sport and these races to a global audience of horseracing fans.”HBA Media is a syndicated partner of Racecourse Media Group, allowing the media broker to sell racing content packages to international stakeholders.“HBA Media is incredibly excited about the future opportunities OTT platforms can offer our clients and global sporting fans,” said Frank Sale, Managing Director of HBA Media.“This initiative sees the launch our first-ever OTT content partnership in America, albeit only short-term, and reinforces our commitment to leveraging new media platforms to unlock the considerable value that we believe premium horseracing content carries.” 6 of the Best – ICS’ Dean Rayson May 16, 2019 StumbleUpon
Expanding the competition for the 2022 tournament was always a complicated proposition. FIFA had sounded out potential co-hosts in the region willing to support Qatar, a complicated proposition for Doha which is subject to an ongoing embargo by Saudi Arabia, the United Arab Emirates and their allies.Last week Hassan al-Thawadi, the secretary general of Qatar’s Supreme Committee for Delivery and Legacy, said that a feasibility study jointly carried out by FIFA and Qatar would favour “expansion to other countries”.Saudi Arabia, the UAE, Egypt and Bahrain cut all ties with Doha in June 2017, accusing Qatar of supporting Iran and Islamist groups.Qatar denies the charges and says Saudi and its allies aim to incite government change in the emirate, the world’s largest exporter of liquified natural gas.Gulf states Kuwait and Oman have not taken sides in the crisis, however in April Oman announced it was “not ready” to host matches.Share on: WhatsApp FILE PHOTO: FIFA World CupLausanne, Switzerland | AFP | The 2022 World Cup in Qatar will be played with 32 teams after a proposed expansion of the tournament to 48 sides was scrapped, FIFA announced on Wednesday.World football’s governing body said in a statement that “following a thorough and comprehensive consultation process with the involvement of all the relevant stakeholders, it was concluded that under the current circumstances such a proposal could not be made now”.“(The tournament) will therefore remain as originally planned with 32 teams and no proposal will be submitted at the next FIFA Congress on 5 June,” FIFA added.An announcement of the final decision hadn’t been expected until the congress, which is being held in Paris ahead of the Women’s World Cup.FIFA president Gianni Infantino had supported the increase in the size of the tournament.However the statement said that the study “concluded that due to the advanced stage of preparations and the need for a detailed assessment of the potential logistical impact on the host country, more time would be required and a decision could not be taken before the deadline of June”.That led to FIFA dropping the idea, despite the organisation recommending in March that the number of teams should be raised to 48 for 2022, ahead of the planned 2026 World Cup in the United States, Canada and Mexico.
13 Jun 2018 Three teams named for Sir Henry Cooper Three teams of teenagers will represent England in the Nations Cup event at the Sir Henry Cooper Junior Masters later this monthThe tournament takes place at Nizels Golf Club, Kent, from 22-24 June.The players are:Team 1Conor Cough, 15, Stoke Park/BB&OBarclay Brown, 17, Hallamshire/YorkshireEbonie Lewis, 17, Long Ashton/GloucestershireTeam 2Max Hopkins, 15, Bishops Storford/HertfordshireEnrique Dimayuga, 16, Walton Heath/SurreyHannah Screen, 18, Berkhamsted/HertfordshireTeam 3Matthew Freeman, 17, Notts/NottinghamshireHarrison Arnold, 18, Castle Royle/BB&OThalia Kirby, 17, Stoke Park/BuckinghamshireCaption: Hannah Screen (Stills Photography)Team 1Conor Cough, 15, Stoke Park/BB&OBarclay Brown, 17, Hallamshire/YorkshireEbonie Lewis, 17, Long Ashton/GloucestershireTeam 2Max Hopkins, 15, Bishops Storford/HertfordshireEnrique Dimayuga, 16, Walton Heath/SurreyHannah Screen, 18, Berkhamsted/HertfordshireTeam 3Matthew Freeman, 17, Notts/NottinghamshireHarrison Arnold, 18, Castle Royle/BB&OThalia Kirby, 17, Stoke Park/Buckinghamshire Caption: Hannah Screen (Stills Photography) Tags: Junior, Masters, Nations Cup
It was his belief that success is possible that led to David’s various charitable endeavors in Red Bank. After selling TAS to Bowthorpe PLC, he began to apply the scientific method to the problem of education in Red Bank and developed a new hypothesis: “If all segments of the Red Bank community work together to devise and execute a plan to address the academic, social, and cultural needs of Red Bank children, academic results will improve.”Tarver reached out to parents, teachers, community members, social service agencies and school administrators in an effort to build the connections necessary to improve the school system.In September of 2001, Tarver and the group he called the Red Bank Education and Development Initiative held the first meeting in the organization’s history at the Molly Pitcher Inn.By 2004, the RBEDI had helped to increase the percentage of students who passed the New Jersey eighth grade performance assessment from twenty five to sixty percent.The improvements that came about in Red Bank were due to the efforts of a number of dedicated educators and community members, Tarver stressed..“ I take credit for bringing the community together and for being a catalyst,” Tarver says. “(But) the credit for academic improvement should go to the administrators, teachers, parents, and above all, students, who achieved the results.” While he still visits Red Bank,Tarver returned to his home state of Michigan a few years ago.In a recent interview in Red Bank, Tarver discussed some of the struggles facing children in Red Bank. Speaking of his early days of involvement with the local YMCA, he noted that there were few African American children enrolled in classes and activities at the Y.Tarver, who says he grew up in the “Golden Age of Flint,” with many activities and opportunities available to him, said he wanted to ensure that African American children in Red Bank have access to programs and activities that he enjoyed despite any challenging circumstances they may experience.“It’s not easy when you have a kid who doesn’t have support.”When asked for further insight into how Red Bank can help to continue the work that he began with the RBEDI, he noted that “one of the things parents need is a way to know what to do to support their kids. The people who are a support system for a kid need a support system.”Tarver, who seems to always be on the lookout for an innovative solution, related a story about visiting Healdsburg, Ca. during a week in which local restaurants participated in a charity drive for schools, giving some of their proceeds back to the community.It is this kind of initiative, Tarver believes, that Red Bank needs in order to help children achieve success.And students, he said, can form their own hypothesis and discover where it leads – for example, “If you take a course, show up, behave, do your work, and be curious, what results can you achieve?”The memoir, Proving Ground will be published in June and available at local bookstores and on the web.A special, hardcover edition of the book may be ordered now from www.provinggroundbook.com and will ship in April. David TarverBy Frank AlvarezRED BANK – The name ‘David Tarver’ is a familiar one in Red Bank.From his involvement with the Red Bank Education and Development Initiative (RBEDI), to his service as president of the Count Basie Learning Center Board of Trustees, Tarver has been a strong advocate for improving the public education system and increasing opportunities for Red Bank children to succeed.His commitment to that cause was built upon the success that Tarver himself achieved with decades of hard work and determination. Before becoming involved in his community,Tarver spent twelve years developing Telecom Analysis Systems (TAS), a company that he and his co-founders eventually sold for millions of dollars.That achievement gave Tarver time – time he chose to invest in his community and to look back on the many roads he has traveled.In his new book, Proving Ground, Tarver relates the story of his success.A keenly inspiring read, Proving Ground starts the reader in Flint, Michigan, where a young David Tarver is losing annual science fairs. It wasn’t until he took a judge’s advice to heart and applied the scientific method to his projects that Tarver began to succeed.The cover of Tarver’s memoir, Proving GroundWhat he learned in Flint became the foundation for his professional life, and he uses that experience to illustrate how the kid from Flint made himself into an international businessman.The scientific method also played a role in his decision to go into business for himself.The initial hypothesis was based on his belief that it was “possible for three young black men to create and run a successful high-tech company,” Tarver said.Tarver had a clear view of his aims, and Proving Ground tracks the struggles and successes he experienced right up to the moment when he was able to confirm his hypothesis. With an education in electrical engineering, David moved to New Jersey to work for Bell Laboratories in 1976, at a time when it was at the pinnacle of technological development.It was there that he began to develop the ideas that would lead to the creation of Telecom Analysis Systems. For twelve years, Tarver and TAS co-founders Charles Simmons and Steve Moore, built TAS up, transforming it from a small operation headquartered in Tarver’s basement into a multi-million dollar company.Tarver’s tone is casual and endearing as he walks the reader through the risks associated with leaving one’s job to pursue a long-held dream, but the details of the story are striking. A truly self-made man, David Tarver’s story shows exactly what it takes to achieve success.
By The Nelson Daily SportsIf this keeps up fans will not want to be late for the start of games featuring the Nelson Leafs.For the second straight game the boys in the Green and White blasted out of the starting games, this time scoring three times in the opening frame to edge the Grand Forks Border Bruins 3-2 in Kootenay International Junior Hockey League action Thursday night in the Boundary City.Dallon Stoddart, Colton Schell on the power play and Patrick Martens bolted Nelson into the early lead.Zachary Thompson scored single markers in each of the next two periods but that was all the scoring Darren Hogg would allow as the Leafs held onto the victory.Nelson, improving to a record of 12-11 on the season, out shot the Bruins 42-25. In the third period Nelson went wild, holding a wide margin of 23-8.The two newest Leaf players, Joel Stewart and Brennan Foreman, both were in the lineup Thursday.Stewart and Foreman were acquired in separate deals— Stewart from Spokane and Foreman, in a deal involving Nelson Minor Hockey grad Adrian Moyls, from Kimberley.Both players earned assists during the first tests in the Green and White.The Leafs return home to host to one of the hottest teams in the entire KIJHL, when the Kamloops Storm visits the Heritage City Saturday at 7 p.m. in the NDCC Arena. Kamloops has reeled off nine wins in its last 10 games.Sunday Nelson hosts Columbia Valley Rockies in a 1 p.m. affair.GAME NOTES: This was the second game in six days between the two Murdoch Division rivals, and the second time tempers flared with a pair of fights. Evan J. Moir of the Leafs battled Joey Cormano in the first period while Colton Malmsten went toe-to-toe with Bruins’ Cody Robertson in the third. . . .The Leafs welcomed Connor McLaughlin back to the lineup after the veteran winger spent last weekend as an affiliate player on a northern road swing with Trail of the B.C. Hockey [email protected]
ComhbhrónIts with deep regret we record the passing of John Diver a member of the Rosses Rovers team winners of the Dr’McGettigan cup in 1948.A native of Gola Island and a national school teacher on Aranmore Island, before the family moved to Donegal Town. John lined out for St’Crones and Rosses Rovers in the forties. The Black and Amber of the Lower Rosses teams draped his coffin on his final journey to his place of rest on Aranmore Island. Deepest sympathy to the Diver family Ar deas Dé go raibh a anam uasal. Cuireann an club a gcomhbhrón i iúl do theaghlach Uí Chnaimhsí uilig ar na Dúchoraidh ar ócáid bháis Dan Ó Cnáimhsí. D’imir Dan le Leitir Mac a’ Bhaird, An Chlochán Liath agus Dún na nGall agus bhí sé mar Uachtarán Oinigh ar fó chumann Na Rosa. Ba é mac le Biddy Fheilimidh as Rann na Feirste, deirfiúr le scríobhneoirí iomráiteach ‘Ac Grianna.Prior to the Naomh Muire/Glenfin match on Sunday in Mullachderg a minute silence was observed as a mark of respect to Paddy Eibhlin Devenney and John Diver. Cluichí / FixturesBhí bua maith ag an fhoireann sinsearach an Domhnach ‘s chuaigh thart nuair a bhuail siad Gleann Fhinne le poinnte amháin ar na méillte. Ins an chead chluiche bhain an foireann tacaíochta fosta. Beidh na foirne ag tabhairt aghaidh ar Bhun Cranncha an Domhnach seo chugainn don chead chluiche eile sráithe. 1:30 agus 3:00 a bheas na cluichí sin ag toiseacht.The U-21’s will play the winners of Glenswilly v Kilcar (being played on 23/08/13) on Tuesday 27th at 7.00pm in the Banks.LottoIs iad na huimhreacha a tháinig amach an tseachtain seo nó 3, 11, 13, 17. Níor bhain duine ar bith an pota ór ach bhí trí uimhir acu seo leanas: Bríd Boyle as Mullach Dubh agus Hugo Gallagher as An Bhráid.Beidh €920 sa phota an tseachtain seo chugainn.Light Up Your Club The LIGHT UP YOUR CLUB campaign is being run by the club with the aim of getting the Floodlights up and running this autumn and winter. The bulbs are €100 each and so far well over half have been sponsored from all over the world by so many. If you would like to sponsor a bulb please email [email protected] who sponsor a bulb will have their name on a board in the clubhouse for the next ten years. Go raibh maith agaibh.GAA NEWS – NAOMH MUIRE REMEMBERS JOHN DIVER was last modified: August 20th, 2013 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:Naomh Muire GAA notes
The 2019 Tip O’Neill Irish Diaspora Award recipients were unveiled today by Cathaoirleach of Donegal County Council Cllr. Nicholas Crossan.The four notable members of the diaspora set to receive this prestigious award in September are author and playwright Frank McGuinness; Dublin based businessman Pat Doherty; US-based attorney Patrick C. Dunican Jr, and; US-based businessman Daniel J. Hilferty.Speaking today Cathaoirleach Cllr. Nicholas Crossan said he was delighted that Donegal County Council working with the Tip O’Neill Awards Committee is recognising four members of the broad Irish Diaspora for their achievements and their interest in, and support of the Irish community. He said “each year the award recipients are always deserving of recognition for their achievements and this year is no different. All four recipients have found success at the top of their field, and this year is particularly special for me with fellow Inishowen men being recognised by Donegal County Council.“Their achievements speak for themselves and I am delighted that we in Donegal County Council, through the Tip O’Neill Irish Diaspora Award, are in a position to honour the outstanding contributions made by all four worthy recipients.”He added, “I would also like to pay tribute to the Tip O’Neill Irish Diaspora Award Committee who give of their time so willingly to ensure that we can honour these people who have such strong links with Ireland and indeed Donegal.”Frank McGuinness Frank McGuinnessA native of Buncrana, author and playwright Frank McGuinness is best known for his plays including The Factory Girls, Observe the Sons of Ulster Marching Towards the Somme, Someone Who’ll Watch Over Me and Dolly West’s Kitchen. He was educated locally in Buncrana and studied Pure English and Medieval Studies at University College Dublin. Professor McGuinness retired last year from University College Dublin where he lectured in English. He is celebrated as one of Ireland’s greatest living writers.Pat DohertyPat DohertyEmploying over 500 staff across the local community and generating over €100M in revenue in Donegal over the last 10 years, Pat Doherty “The Donegal Man” has never forgotten his roots returning to Buncrana regularly. He takes great joy in reinvesting in Donegal with substantial redevelopment projects such as the Letterkenny Shopping Centre, Redcastle Hotel and Spa and in more recent years in the only five-star Hotel in Donegal, Lough Eske Castle.Patrick C. Dunican JrPatrick C. Dunican JrPatrick C. Dunican Jr is Chairman and Managing Director at Gibbons Law Firm, based in Newark, New Jersey. He is recognised not only as a leader in the legal industry but also as a community leader in the United States. Elected Managing Director in 2004 at the age of 36, he has transformed Gibbons into a major force in the Mid-Atlantic legal market. Mr. Dunican’s four grandparents emigrated to the United States from Counties Donegal, Sligo, Offaly and Mayo. Daniel J. HilfertyDaniel J. HilfertyDaniel J. Hilferty is Chief Executive Officer of Independence Health Group, parent of Independence Blue Cross, one of the leading health insurers in the US. Since becoming CEO in 2010, the company has tripled in size, expanding through its affiliates to 25 states and the District of Columbia, and serving nearly 8 million people across the US.All four will be honoured at the Gala Tip O’Neill Irish Diaspora Awards Ceremony in the Inishowen Gateway Hotel, Buncrana on Friday September 27th.Chief Executive Seamus Neely said that he was very much looking forward to welcoming these special guests to Donegal in September saying “the Tip O’Neill Irish Diaspora Awards ceremony is a very important highlight in the Council’s calendar of events. These awards were introduced as a fitting tribute to honouring on of Donegal’s most illustrious sons ‘Tip O’Neill’ and have become an important way for us to recognise and acknowledge the outstanding achievements and contributions made by the Irish diaspora across the globe. “I am very much looking forward to welcoming this year’s recipients to Donegal and I am delighted that they are in a position to accept this award honouring and recognising their outstanding achievements as prominent members of our diaspora”.The Tip O’ Neill Awards weekend, which will include the Tip O’Neill Golf Challenge on Saturday September 28th September at the award winning Ballyliffin Golf Course, will kick start the first ever “Donegal Connect” initiative. Donegal Connect is aimed at encouraging Donegal Diaspora to come to Donegal to find out for themselves why it is a great county to grow up in, be educated in, work and invest in or retire in. The programme will run for 10 days beginning on September 27th until October 6th and will have something for everyone. Further information is available on www.donegalconnect.comTickets for the Gala Tip O’Neill Irish Diaspora Awards Ceremony in the Inishowen Gateway Hotel, Buncrana on Friday September 27th are available for sale at www.localenterprise.ie/Donegal.Four members of the Donegal diaspora to receive 2019 Tip O’Neill Award was last modified: June 18th, 2019 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)
By Rosa Milagros Santos[Flickr, OpLove_10-05-09-1971 by Rob Bixby, CC BY 2.0, Oct. 2, 2009] Retrieved on Nov. 19, 2015During our November 12th webinar on Social Emotional Development in the Early Years: Creating Supportive and Inclusive Environments, Dr. Micki Ostrosky and I highlighted specific characteristics of children’s physical environments such as housing quality, noise, street traffic, crowding, and access to transportation that impact their social emotional development. In whatever environmental conditions we (children and adults) live, it is part of human nature for us to learn to adapt to our specific situation. For example, it is not unusual for military families who reside on and off base to learn to live with constant aircraft or artillery noise.Learning to adapt to our environment enables us to function and go about our regular routines and activities. However, for young children these adaptive behaviors can negatively impact their overall development, thereby having both positive and negative consequences. For example, children living in noisy environments can learn to ignore the constant noise around them, a potentially positive thing. However, some children may not be able to discriminate what environmental noise and sounds they should and should not ignore. In an effort to tune out noise, children also may disregard important auditory input like conversation initiations and responses by others.Researchers have noted that children who are constantly exposed to these conditions are less likely to pay attention, less motivated to perform tasks, can become socially withdrawn, and have less interactions with peers and adult caregivers — all these are necessary skills for academic and school success.Fortunately, as parents, teachers, or military family service providers, we have the capacity to create and promote supportive environments to alleviate the chronic and toxic environmental conditions to which some children may be exposed. One of the ways adult caregivers can support children living in these situations is to engage with them through literacy activities. My colleagues, Dr. Angel Fettig and Dr. LaShorage Shaffer and I wrote in our 2012 article, Helping Families Connect Early Literacy with Social-Emotional Development that literacy activities can support children’s language and communication skills as well as positively impact their social-emotional development. In this article, we share some strategies for using literacy activities, such as book reading and storytelling, to promote social emotional development.Creating multiple opportunities to read together whether it is part of a bedtime routine or at different times during the day, provide children and adults those important one-on-one times to interact. Reading together can provide children and adults with a chance to engage in an activity that is calm and quiet — away from the chaos and noise that might be present in their environment. Reading together can also be a time where children can focus on one activity and not be distracted by multiple inputs in their environment. Most importantly, reading together provides a chance for a child to have an adult’s undivided attention especially on those busy days.In our forthcoming webinar on Social Emotional Development in the Early Years: Enriching Social Emotional Literacy (December 3, 2015) we will focus on strategies to support the development of children’s emotional literacy, including building their vocabulary skills. Literacy-rich environments are linked to increased success in school — not only academically but just as importantly, socially and emotionally.Remember, as parents, teachers, or military family service providers we play an important role in designing and creating environments from which children learn and grow, and thus we must choose wisely when we do so!This post was written by Robyn DiPietro-Wells & Amy Santos, PhD, members of the MFLN FD Early Intervention team, which aims to support the development of professionals working with military families. Find out more about the Military Families Learning Network FD concentration on our website, on Facebook, on Twitter, YouTube, and on LinkedIn.