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Camp Discovery ends at BUMC

first_img Troy falls to No. 13 Clemson Remember America’s heroes on Memorial Day Published 3:00 am Thursday, June 18, 2015 Sponsored Content By Jaine Treadwell Pike County Sheriff’s Office offering community child ID kits Camp Discovery ends at BUMC By Secrets Revealed You Might Like Four-percent lodging tax increase enacted for county A 4-percent increase in Pike County’s lodging tax has been passed by the Legislature and approved by the governor. The… read more Plans underway for historic Pike County celebration Book Nook to reopen Next Up“The stories were interactive and the kids really got involved,” Outlaw said. “Things that we collected from nature were used for the arts and crafts projects that went along with the camp setting.”Outlaw said the music for VBS had a different twist to it.“The songs were the traditional hymns, like ‘Oh, How I Love Jesus’ but were up-tempo music that kids like,” Outlaw said. “They learned several of the old hymns but with a little rap or hip-hop to them.”This year’s VBS, at Brundidge United Methodist Church brought kids of all ages together for selected activities. Print Article Email the author Campers at Camp Discovery at Brundidge United Methodist Church discovered that sometimes shading one’s eyes often gives them a clearer few of God’s wonderful creations. Pictured are Elsie Claire Coppage, front, and Emily Bryan.MESSENGER PHOTO/JAINE TREADWELLCamp Discovery at Brundidge United Methodist Church broke camp Wednesday night, but they left with plans for many more exciting adventures ahead.The culminating activity for BUMC Vacation Bible School brought visitors to Camp Discovery for a night of stories, songs, fellowship and fun.“The theme for VBS was ‘Jesus at work through us’ and we discovered many different ways that we can show the love of Jesus to others,” said Allyson Outlaw, VBS director. “Dylan Hollis designed a camp set for Bible school and the kids loved it.”The campfire was a perfect setting for storytelling. Latest Stories Around the WebMd: Do This Immediately if You Have Diabetes (Watch)Blood Sugar BlasterIf You Have Ringing Ears Do This Immediately (Ends Tinnitus)Healthier LivingHave an Enlarged Prostate? Urologist Reveals: Do This Immediately (Watch)Healthier LivingWomen Only: Stretch This Muscle to Stop Bladder Leakage (Watch)Healthier LivingRemoving Moles & Skin Tags Has Never Been This EasyEssential HealthRemember Them? I’m Sure Their New Net Worth Will Leave You SpeechlessbradofoThe content you see here is paid for by the advertiser or content provider whose link you click on, and is recommended to you by Revcontent. As the leading platform for native advertising and content recommendation, Revcontent uses interest based targeting to select content that we think will be of particular interest to you. We encourage you to view your opt out options in Revcontent’s Privacy PolicyWant your content to appear on sites like this?Increase Your Engagement Now!Want to report this publisher’s content as misinformation?Submit a ReportGot it, thanks!Remove Content Link?Please choose a reason below:Fake NewsMisleadingNot InterestedOffensiveRepetitiveSubmitCancel “This worked out really well because the older kids helped with the younger children,” Outlaw said. “The young children and the older kids got to know each other in a way that they probably would not have otherwise. Getting to know one another will help build bonds that will strengthen our church family.”Camp Discovery was a place for great discovery. The kids discovered God in many different places and found ways they can be of service to others. They looked for and discovered ways the Jesus can work through them to make the world a better place, Outlaw said.“Camp Discovery is a great place where we can continue to get together and make plans for other adventures,” Outlaw said. “We already are planning to spin off and do a musical ‘Down By the Creek bank’ sometime next spring. But before them, we are thinking about a real camping trip. VBS 2015 will continue in a lot of different ways and we are looking forward to discovering more ways to serve others through Christ.” This Video Will Soon Be Banned. Watch Before It’s…last_img read more

Swapping guns for buns: Stallone meets Warburtons

first_imgHollywood movie star Sylvester Stallone starred in Warburtons’ multi-million pound advert this weekend, for the new campaign ‘The Deliverers’.The campaign highlights the company’s delivery of over £2m loaves of fresh bread to over 16,000 stores each day – starring Stallone and inspired by his films Rocky and The Expendables.The campaign is also supported by print and social media, as well as outdoor activity and is being promoted with the hashtag #TheDeliverers. In the advert, Stallone plays a baker and delivery driver – starring alongside Warburtons’ real-life delivery drivers and bakers.  It was filmed at the company’s central bakery in Bolton, where the A-lister is filmed within the bakery watching the products get baked.Chairman Jonathan Warburton said: “We are the biggest baker in the UK to deliver fresh bread every day. Our team of bakers and delivery drivers work around the clock, 362 days a year, to get fresh bread into the nation’s supermarkets all year round.”“Sylvester Stallone is famous for characters that have determination and a will to never give-up, just like our army of delivery drivers. Sylvester was a natural behind the wheel of the Warburtons trucks, although we did need to remind him to get in the right-hand side of the cab. I’ve let him know that if he ever fancies a change of career, there will be job delivering fresh bread waiting for him.”The 110-second advert was aired in a one-off ‘ITV Presents’ slot in the first ad break of Britain’s Got Talent.Commenting on the advert, Stallone said: “I thoroughly enjoyed my time in Bolton and particularly loved spending time in the bakery. Maybe I should have stopped beating up bad guys a long time ago and gone into baking instead.”Warburtons is the wrapped bakery market leader, with a 26.4% value share of wrapped bakery according to Nielsen (total coverage value and unit sales, 52 w/e 28.02.15).The ad was directed by Declan Lowney through Another Film Company. The full advert is available on the Warburtons Youtube channel.last_img read more

Corinne Ozanne desires to help people after graduating

first_img Published on May 9, 2016 at 6:42 pm Contact Matt: [email protected] Don Meister needed to raise the elevation of his swimming pool and he needed someone to help. So, the travel softball coach went to one of his most dependable players, Corinne Ozanne, and asked for assistance.Ozanne worked for three days straight, moving more than 30 tons of construction stone singlehandedly as Meister worked from a bulldozer. Ozanne said the rocks where sharp, and it was one of the hottest weeks of the summer.At the end of the third day, Ozanne refused to accept any payment.All she wanted to do was help.“From a young age, I liked helping people, and I liked springing my knowledge upon them,” Ozanne said. “… I was always helping my little sister with things, helping my brother.”AdvertisementThis is placeholder textShe said that she would help her sister with personal things, getting her out of tough situations, or drama with friends. Her brother, on the other hand, looked up to Ozanne in sports, so she would always be outside playing catch with him or helping him athletically.Ozanne has made a name for herself as Syracuse’s (27-25, 9-14 Atlantic Coast) all-time leader in career home runs with 50. But she’s also developed a reputation as a mentor. After she graduates from Syracuse, Ozanne plans on becoming either a teacher or a softball coach, so she can help others learn from what she’s been through.She works at the Syracuse University Early Education and Child Care Center during the week, and is set to earn her degree in early childhood development. The two buildings that house the center are just a short walk beyond the outfield fences at SU Softball Stadium.“She’s great with kids,” said Sydney O’Hara, one of Ozanne’s teammates and fellow early childhood development major. “She’ll come home from the preschool she works at and tell the stories, she’ll be like, ‘I had this kid on my lap, and they wanted a hug, and then I had syrup all over my face.’ She loves it.”Megan Dellegrotti, a health and physical education teacher at Ozanne’s high school, saw her excitement in regard to teaching, too. Dellegrotti answered questions Ozanne had about teaching on a daily basis.Courtesy of Syracuse Athletic Communications“How do you deal with that?”“How do you deal with your kids?”“How do you do that?”Dellegrotti fielded all of her questions, and Ozanne said she would listen to every answer. She respected Dellegrotti as a mentor because with Dellegrotti as her teacher and basketball coach, the two had developed a close bond over the years.“I just tried to be honest and explain to her that everything you do takes patience,” Dellegrotti said, “and you have to think about your experiences and handle each situation differently.”But Ozanne isn’t sure if she’s going to pursue teaching full time. She’s also considering coaching, a different kind of education.Meister said he talked to Ozanne a few weeks ago and told her she’d be an asset to any coaching staff. He said any summer ball team in the country would take her in a heartbeat and she would be successful on the collegiate level, too.Last summer, Ozanne returned from Syracuse to help Meister coach one of his 18U softball teams in a tournament in New Jersey. The team was on an eight-game losing streak heading into the tournament, but with Ozanne coaching, the team won six straight.Ozanne helped the girls avoid things that other coaches might not have seen, she said — a byproduct of her experience as a player. She said she also has a closer bond with female athletes than a male coach does, so with her in charge instead of Meister, she was able to get on a different level with the girls.“She turned that team around. When she left, they asked if she could stay. She’s a leader,” Meister said. “… She turns people into winners. People want to be Corinne.”Ozanne’s unselfish attitude and willing to help others has been echoed at Syracuse as well.O’Hara remembers a time when she went 0-for-4 at the plate during her freshman season. Used to being a star player in high school, O’Hara was feeling down, but Ozanne brought her back up.“I want to give the kids the experience that I maybe didn’t have,” Ozanne said. “In the sense of having a coaching staff that didn’t want to just coach you, but also help you with your life goals and life decisions and everything else.”And as much as Ozanne wants to be a mentor for younger players, she also wants to hold them accountable. Meister said he’s never seen a player hold people accountable like Ozanne did while playing for his team, the Jersey Inferno.Against a “really big California team,” in a travel softball tournament many summers ago, the Inferno was struggling. Down four late in the game, Meister didn’t think his squad would come back, and Ozanne could see him losing hope. She went into the field the next inning and made a few plays in the hole between third base and shortstop to keep the team alive.She ran into the dugout and said, “That’s for you big guy.” Meister was stunned. In that moment, he knew she would make a great coach.“She knows when to give you that look, she’s given me that look,” Meister said. “She holds everybody accountable. We never said to her, ‘You’re the captain’, she just took over.”“Every coach in America” needs a Corinne Ozanne, Meister said. He said that people like her keep programs grounded and pass on a winning instinct that’s contagious.In Ozanne’s first three years at Syracuse, the Orange posted a combined record of 67-80. In her senior season, SU has its first winning record since 2012. Syracuse head coach Mike Bosch said Ozanne is one of the biggest reasons for the turnaround.Meister has considered opening a training facility with Ozanne, even looking into leasing a 23,000 square-foot building recently. He told Ozanne that with her talent as an athlete, and her experience as a player, she would make a goldmine out of it.Still, the senior isn’t ready to make a commitment to any one career-path now. Coming out of college is too early to open up a facility, she said, because of the cost and time associated with opening one. It would take her five years to make any money, she added.Ozanne plans to take the summer to weigh her options whether it’s going into teaching, coaching or opening up her own facility somewhere down the line. No matter what she chooses, Ozanne says her experiences as a player will help her continue to be the mentor that she already has become.“With my experience with ups and downs in my career,” Ozanne said, “… I think that I’d be able to lead kids in the right direction.” Comments Facebook Twitter Google+last_img read more

Hearts granted use of Tema pitch before Dwarfs match

first_imgHearts of Oak have been granted permission to use the artificial pitch at the Tema Stadium ahead of the weekend’s Glo Premier League match against Ebusua Dwarfs.The Premier League Board approved a request by the Phobians to have their team train on the surface.C.K. Akonnor’s team will now train at the Tema Stadium on Thursday afternoon before returning to same venue for Saturday’s match-day-3 fixture against Dwarfs.Dwarfs are using the Tema Stadium as their home grounds this weekend as they continue to serve a home ban from last season.The GFA’s Disciplinary Committee last season barred Dwarfs from playing at the Robert Mensah Park in Cape Coast after handing them a 12-match suspension following a charge of misconduct levelled against the club.last_img