On Friday night Barrington signed a letter of intent to play golf for Oregon Institute of Technology in Klamath Falls, Ore., otherwise known as Oregon Tech. Barrington’s former golf coach, Brian Goulart, introduced her and had nothing but good memories to share. “She probably could have played college soccer if she would have chased after it. It is an academic school so she can play golf and chase after her grades. So now I think we are going to see a really good college player.”Barrington shot a personal best to force that Masters playoff.
Barrington resident named a top female wealth adviserBarrington resident and wealth management adviser Robin Butler has been named to the prestigious 2022 Forbes America's Top Women Wealth Advisors list. Butler serves as a senior vice president with Merrill Lynch Wealth Management, helping lead Hickey Rogers Butler & Associates in Chicago. Since joining Merrill in 1982, Butler has cultivated a wealth management philosophy that involves understanding each client's goals and concerns, and helping them prepare for likely and unlikely circumstances. 1 position of all firms included on the Forbes America's Top Women Wealth Advisors list for 2022, with a total of 296 advisers recognized across the country. Advisers are evaluated on qualitative and quantitative criteria, including in-person interviews, industry experience, compliance records, revenue produced and assets under management.
Nottingham Law School Deputy Dean Matthew Homewood bestowed Master of Laws (LL.M.) You have gone to law school in the oddest of times. This award, which recognizes overall excellence, was established by Campbell Law Professor Emeritus Richard A. Lord. ABOUT CAMPBELL LAWSince its founding in 1976, Campbell Law has developed lawyers who possess moral conviction, social compassion, and professional competence, and who view the law as a calling to serve others. Campbell Law boasts more than 4,300 alumni, who make their home in nearly all 50 states and beyond.
Thomas W. Campbell, age 63, of Russell, passed away on April 6, 2022 at Claxton-Hepburn Medical Center in Ogdensburg. (Funeral Home)RUSSELL, New York (WWNY) - Thomas W. Campbell, age 63, of Russell, passed away on April 6, 2022 at Claxton-Hepburn Medical Center in Ogdensburg. Tom was born on May 23, 1958 in Potsdam to Betty (Butterball) Campbell and the late Vernon Campbell. He is survived by his mother, Betty Murray, his wife, Tammy Campbell, his fur babies, Dixie and Trixie, sister, Sandy (Paul) Oatman, brother, Tim, half-sisters, Brenda Francis, Patty (Pat) Brockway, Bonnie (Charles “Rocky”) Staffien, and Lisa (Steve) Furnace, and many nieces and nephews. Copyright 2022 WWNY.
It was mission accomplished for Dylan Campbell on the opening day of the Athletic Association of Brant, Haldimand and Norfolk counties track and field championship. Try refreshing your browser, or Campbell crushes race at track championship Back to videoCompeting at Pauline Johnson Collegiate’s Kiwanis Field on Tuesday, Campbell captured the senior boys 1,500 metre race in a time of four minutes, 36 seconds. “I was happy with my race,” said the Grade 12 student at Paris District High School. I finished a second under my target time.”Campbell, who just turned 18, was coming off a race last week where he didn’t quite hit that target. He is a terrific five-km runner, with a personal best of just over 16 minutes, so he’s looking forward to his next race on Wednesday at the AABHN championship.
Charlotte Hornets president, Campbell alumnus Whitfield to deliver commencement address - News | Campbell University
Fred Whitfield, the president, vice chairman, alternate governor and minority owner of the NBA’s Charlotte Hornets and a two-time Campbell University graduate, will deliver the commencement address for Campbell’s main campus graduation ceremony on May 14. In this role, Whitfield oversees all business operations for the Charlotte Hornets, the Hornets Foundation and Spectrum Center. Since arriving in Charlotte, Whitfield has overseen the dramatic growth of both the Hornets franchise and the arena. Before joining the Hornets, Whitfield served as director of business and legal affairs for Jordan Brand, where he managed endorsements and sports marketing strategy. He currently serves on boards of the Charlotte Chamber of Commerce, Charlotte Sports Foundation and Campbell University, as well as the Charlotte Executive Leadership Council.
Representatives from NIC, the NIC Foundation and the Campbell River Hospital Foundation gather with Mike and Janice Kenny (centre) to thank them for their donation of $560,000. NIC photoA Campbell River family is investing in the future of the community with a $560,000 donation to the North Island College Foundation and the Campbell River Hospital Foundation. North Island College Foundation and Campbell River Hospital Foundation are grateful for the Kenny family’s foresight and deep love for their city. and Mrs. Kenny’s incredible contribution will help to ensure that Campbell River Hospital is equipped to advance the healthcare of all generations,” said Stacey Marsh, Executive Director of the Campbell River Hospital Foundation. We are exceedingly grateful to the Kenny’s.”About the Campbell River Hospital FoundationThe Campbell River Hospital Foundation is a registered charity dedicated to raising funds to support the Campbell River Hospital and Yucalta Lodge through equipment purchase, staff education and special projects that help enhance the service and treatment of patients and residents.
Harvest City, Campbell split RIBL Blue Division finals The Campbell Tartans (senior girls) and Harvest City Reapers (senior boys) won RIBL Blue Division city titles Thursday night at Luther. Photo by Kayle Neis / Regina Leader-PostArticle content Fans of the Harvest City Reapers and Campbell Tartans both had reasons to celebrate Thursday night. Advertisement 2 Story continues below This advertisement has not loaded yet, but your article continues below. Try refreshing your browser, or Harvest City, Campbell split RIBL Blue Division finals Back to video Campbell began a city-championship doubleheader by defeating Harvest City 70-56 in the Regina Intercollegiate Basketball League’s senior girls Blue Division final, played at Luther College High School. Advertisement 3 Story continues below This advertisement has not loaded yet, but your article continues below.
Former Gilman and Calvert Hall defensive standouts selected by Houston and Tennessee, respectively, on Day 3 of NFL Draft; Randallstown’s Christian Benford also picked in the 6th round by BuffaloIt was an exciting day on Saturday for two former Baltimore area defensive stalwarts, as Gilman alum Thomas Booker of Gilman and former Calvert Hall star Chase Campbell heard their names called on Day 3 of the 2022 NFL Draft. Booker, a 6-foot-3 defensive tackle from Stanford, was selected in the 5th round by the Houston Texans. Campbell, a 6-foot-3, 232 pound linebacker, was taken in the 6th round by the Tennessee Titans. After three years at the University of Maryland, Campbell transferred to Mississippi for his senior year where he led the Rebels in tackles with 109, including 12.5 for loss. At Calvert Hall, Campbell emerged over four years from a potential contributor into a bonafide star who had 17 known scholarship offers at the time he committed to Maryland.
One of the biggest questions for the Ravens this offseason was whether or not they would re-sign veteran defensive lineman Calais Campbell. Schefter reported early on Saturday that Campbell and the Ravens have agreed to a two-year contract:Free-agent DE Calais Campbell, a six-time Pro-Bowl selection, is returning to Baltimore on a two-year deal, per source. The 35-year-old Campbell has spent the past two seasons in Baltimore and now is expected to finish his NFL career there. — IG: JosinaAnderson (@JosinaAnderson) April 9, 2022A source also tells me that Calais Campbell had interest from other teams: the #Colts, the #Browns and the #Chiefs. — IG: JosinaAnderson (@JosinaAnderson) April 9, 2022The Ravens originally acquired Campbell via a trade with the Jacksonville Jaguars ahead of the 2020 season.
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Are ferries running from Calais to UK?The Px26amp;O Ferries service runs up to 11 times daily, while the Irish Ferries service runs up to 4 times daily and the DFDS Seaways service runs up to 10 times daily. The distance between the French port of Calais and Dover port is approximately 30 miles, making is possible to see the coastline on a clear day.
In which year the Nalanda University was re established?Approximately 800 years after the ancient education institution was ruined, on September 1, 2014, Nalanda University (also known as University of Nalanda), in Bihar's Rajgir district, commenced its first academic session.
What happened to the British troops in Calais?They then received orders to escort a food convoy to Dunkirk but found the road blocked by German troops. On 23 May, the British began to retire to the old Calais walls (built in the 1670s) and on 24 May, the siege began.n...nSiege of Calais (1940)Date22–26 May 1940ResultGerman victory
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Is Lake Superior College a two year college?Lake Superior College offers a wide variety of certificate, diploma and associate degree programs in career and technical fields, as well as pre-baccalaureate majors for students interested in saving thousands by completing their first two years at LSC and then transferring to a 4-year institution.
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