Randall Hedlund Joins Genesis Resources as COO

Richardson, Texas, October 11, 2021 – Genesis Resources acquires Randall Hedlund and his myriad of insurance expertise. Randall will lead organizational change and process improvement across all Genesis brands while creating cross-departmental success within Genesis and its partners. His results-oriented leadership style will provide Genesis partners with a future with exceptional expectations. Randall Hedlund brings extensive leadership experience to the insurance industry, most recently from US Risk and NSM Insurance Group, where he has driven exceptional organizational growth by developing programs and leadership style that have enabled a high level…

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The Wilton family plants 100 trees in Bradley Park

Town of Wilton press release: 10 October 2021 Over 60 people gathered at Bradley Park in Wilton on Saturday October 2 to plant 100 small white pines. The event was sponsored by the Wilton Environmental Affairs Department, funded by the Tampi family and supported by the Wilton Conservation Commission. Under cool breezes and sunny skies, about 30 families from Cider Mill School made their way to Bradley Park carrying 2ft trees in pots, gallon water bottles, shovels, trowels and gloves to a location half a mile from the port of…

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Oman Cancer Association Celebrates Global Breast Cancer Awareness Month

Muscat: As the color pink is considered a global symbol of breast cancer awareness, the world’s most famous cities wear pink in October of each year. Breast cancer affects approximately two million women worldwide each year. It is the leading cause of cancer-related death in women. The idea of ​​devoting the month of October to raising awareness among women in particular and the community in general about breast cancer originated over 25 years ago in the United States. It is a joint project between a group of US medical organizations,…

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Have dark thoughts? Help is an absence call or SMS

If you or someone you know is feeling down and having thoughts of harming yourself, know that help is available with just one call or text. And whatever the reason you may not believe things can get better, talking to someone will make a difference, we promise. There are a number of trained people you can talk to and rest assured that they will help you feel your best. Here is a list of places to contact immediately if you have dark thoughts. And if you don’t feel like calling,…

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Soil health and nutrient management can lead to higher crop yields

The ongoing turmoil by farmers as well as the planned stubble burning, both point to a vitally important problem ~ soil health and nutrient management ~ which is an often overlooked area that requires urgent corrective action, said specialists in agriculture and soil. As restless farmers demand the revocation of recently enacted farm laws, the spotlight has been shed on farming practices and the issues facing farmers, especially subsistence farmers. Of particular importance is the issue of decreased productivity, caused mainly by the impoverishment of soil fertility. It also leads…

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The waterscape of Lodges on Vashon is an essential and respectful element of an island getaway

THE LODGES ON VASHON is a hospitable gathering place on an island that is close but somehow feels far away. According to Jena Thornton – who, along with her husband, Scott Shapiro, owns the Stylish Getaway – comfort, durability, and guests’ connection with the local community were the guiding principles when it came to developing the site. 4.5 acres. In 2015, 16 pre-fab units (pre-fab or, in this case, quite fabulous) were custom-made off-site, brought to the island, and chipped away in an empty field hidden behind an existing paved…

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With a new contract in place, the Colorado Springs Philharmonic is playing on

About a year after their last performance, the Colorado Springs Philharmonic and the Pikes Peak Musicians Association entered into a new three-year contract that will bring professional orchestral music back to the region. The new contract will begin with a reduced number of concerts and rehearsals for the 2021-2022 season, as well as reduced salaries for musicians. For the next two seasons, the number of performances and the remuneration of the musicians will gradually increase. The new agreement will include health and safety protections, flexible working hours and plans for…

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Mental Health Awareness: Resources – ABC7 Los Angeles

Sunday is World Mental Health Day. Here are some resources and information, with help from UCLA Health. In the year since COVID-19 disrupted daily life, mental health issues have skyrocketed. Often the most difficult action we can take in our mental health journey is the very first: contacting a friend for the first time, attending the first support group meeting, finding a therapist, or calling a support line. . It is time for all of us to take care of our emotional well-being in the same way we look after…

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News of the dreaded Asian hopper worm

After decades of improving the soil in my garden, I have an Asian hopper worm infestation. They can eat all the organic matter in the soil, depleting it terribly. These alien invaders multiply faster than our common worms, surpassing them. Everything I’ve read about them says it’s bad news for gardeners. Scientists are working on organic solutions to the Asian jumping worm problem. I was able to phone Brad Herrick, a researcher at the University of Wisconsin who has been studying them for years. He explained that although they arrived…

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Boss Defrost could change the way restaurants defrost food while helping conserve water – CBS Denver

DENVER (CBS4) – Gallons of water are wasted every day trying to safely thaw foods used in restaurants across the country. A Colorado team therefore invented a product to preserve this precious resource while helping kitchens efficiently cook frozen meat and vegetables. Boss Defrost is hoping to change an industry as many companies seek additional help saving money during a pandemic and communities nationwide are more concerned with protecting the environment. (credit: CBS) READ MORE: Mark Redwine sentenced to 48 years in prison for murder of his 13-year-old son Dylan…

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