Tweet Reddit Internship Web Content Management Pocket Leave a Reply Cancel ReplyYou must be logged in to post a comment. LinkedIn 0 Deadline: 15 January 2017Open to: recent graduate, between 22 and 29 years old (maximum)Remuneration: internship stipend (800 EUR per month for holders of a Bachelor’s degree, 1,000 EUR per month for holder of a Master’s degree)DescriptionThe Technical Centre for Agricultural and Rural Cooperation (CTA) is a joint international institution of the African, Caribbean and Pacific (ACP) Group of States and the European Union (EU). CTA has an opening for an intern within the Knowledge Management and Communication (KMC) Programme.The successful candidate will report to and work within the Associate Programme like a Coordinator for Web Content Management for tasks related to digital content management. He/she will report to and work with the Programme Coordinator for tasks related to metrics. He/she will also interact strongly with other colleagues in charge of communications and marketing.EligibilityRecent graduate, between 22 and 29 years old (maximum); National of one of the ACP or EU States signatory to the Cotonou Agreement (79 African, Caribbean and Pacific States and the European Union Member States);University degree in web communication, digital content management, digital media, or any other discipline relevant to the duties to perform;Experience in writing for the web, online publishing (including image editing) and digital content management is preferred;Experience in analysis of data relating to online digital media is preferred;Excellent writing and editing skills;Excellent knowledge of English or French and satisfactory command of the other language;Keen interest in agricultural and rural development issues in developing countries is an advantage.RemunerationParticipation in CTA activities will give you an invaluable experience at international level.Internship stipend (800 EUR per month for holders of a Bachelor’s degree, 1,000 EUR per month for holders of a Master’s degree);Payment of travel costs when joining and leaving the Centre;Medical coverage for emergency cases of sickness and accident, for the duration of the internship.How to Apply?Applications should include:A letter of motivation (maximum one page explaining why the candidate considers that he/she is in a position to contribute to CTA’s activities and what he/she expects to gain from the internship. The date of earliest availability should be specified as well.);An up-to-date curriculum vitae, preferably in EUROPASS format, highlighting qualifications, experience and skills with regards to the position;A copy of the highest diploma/degree, as well as training certificates related to the position. Original documents are to be presented once a candidate is selected.Two letters of recommendation and/or references.Interested candidates are required to send the required documents and application via email or mail to Pascal Deleu, Human Resources Officer. Email address: [email protected] .Please indicate in the ‘Subject’ of the email the title ‘Internship Web Content Management’.Only shortlisted candidates will be contacted for an interview. Similar Stories +1 December 21, 2016 Published by emmanuel More information on the official website. Share 0 ← Study Economics and Social Sciences at HSE University, Russia What Being an EVS Volunteer Means to Me →
Minimum Years and Type of Relevant Work Experience: Institutional Statement on Diversity: VETERINARY TECH 1(35301) or VETERINARY TECH 2(35302) or VETERINARYTECH 3(35303) This position assists professional veterinary medical personnel incomplex anesthesia procedures in support of the daily operationalneeds of UW Veterinary Care (UWVC). Employees work with both smalland large animal patients in Anesthesia with back-up support to theCritical Care Unit. The work involves independent decision-makingresponsibilities which can affect the quality/outcome of animallife. Initiative and follow through capabilities are essential.Requires the ability to lift a minimum of 50 lbs. independently andphysical and manual dexterity to perform specialized technicaltasks. Responsibilities may include, but are not limited to:1) Oversees/coordinates/guides workflow specific to proceduresrequiring anesthesia.2) Develops knowledge and responsibility in area of specializationto include: maintenance of special equipment, instructing others inuse and care, assisting clinicians and students inprocedures.3) Anticipates needs of clinicians/staff/students in procedures andprimary care.4) Assists in the instruction of professional veterinary studentsand training of entry level Veterinary Technicians asrequested.5) Contributes/participates in team building by assisting inproblem solving activities.The work is performed under limited supervision. Contact: No Degree Required Department(s): A878100-SCHOOL OF VET MEDICINE/CCU-ANESTH-ER/ANESTHES The University of Wisconsin-Madison is engaged in a Title and TotalCompensation (TTC) Project to redesign job titles and compensationstructures. As a result of the TTC project, official job titles oncurrent job postings may change. Job duties and responsibilitieswill remain the same. For more information please visit: https://hr.wisc.edu/title-and-total-compensation-study/.Employment will require a criminal background check. It will alsorequire you and your references to answer questions regardingsexual violence and sexual harassment.The University of Wisconsin System will not reveal the identitiesof applicants who request confidentiality in writing, except thatthe identity of the successful candidate will be released. See Wis.Stat. sec. 19.36(7).The Annual Security and FireSafety Report contains current campus safety and disciplinarypolicies, crime statistics for the previous 3 calendar years, andon-campus student housing fire safety policies and fire statisticsfor the previous 3 calendar years. UW-Madison will provide a papercopy upon request; please contact the University of Wisconsin PoliceDepartment . Karen [email protected] Access (WTRS): 7-1-1 (out-of-state: TTY: 800.947.3529, STS:800.833.7637) and above Phone number (See RELAY_SERVICE for furtherinformation. ) Salary: License or Certificate: Position Summary: Additional Information: Job no: 233314-USWork type: Staff-Full TimeDepartment: VET M/CCU-ANESTH-ER/ANESTHESLocation: MadisonCategories: Animal Care, Veterinary Medicine University Staff-Ongoing Appointment Type, Duration: Certification as Wisconsin Veterinary Technician or Eligibility toObtain within 12 months Official Title: Minimum $16.00 HOURLYDepending on Qualifications Monday, Tuesday, Thursday and Friday 8:00am-6:30pm with a 30 minlunch (Wednesday off).Variable night, weekend and holiday on-call shifts as required bythe unit. Diversity is a source of strength, creativity, and innovation forUW-Madison. We value the contributions of each person and respectthe profound ways their identity, culture, background, experience,status, abilities, and opinion enrich the university community. Wecommit ourselves to the pursuit of excellence in teaching,research, outreach, and diversity as inextricably linkedgoals.The University of Wisconsin-Madison fulfills its public mission bycreating a welcoming and inclusive community for people from everybackground – people who as students, faculty, and staff serveWisconsin and the world.For more information on diversity and inclusion on campus, pleasevisit: Diversity andInclusion Position Duties: Instructions to Applicants: Begin the online application process by clicking the ” button.Applicants are asked to upload a cover letter outlining yourexperience as related to the position, current resume, as well as alist of professional references. This position is being posted atVet Tech levels 1, 2 and 3. Level and pay are commensurate withexperience. Work Schedule: Highly qualified candidates will have the following: a minimum of 1year experience working as a Small Animal technician; possessexcellent communication and technical skills; ability to multitaskand prioritize while assisting/teaching 4th year students; abilityto make independent decisions which can affect the quality/outcomeof animal life; function calmly in stressful situations and to workcooperatively with other people.Requires the ability to lift a minimum of 50 lbs. independently andphysical and manual dexterity to perform specialized technicaltasks.Special consideration given to: Technicians with VeterinaryTechnician Specialty in Anesthesia (VTS). Employment Class: Ongoing/Renewable List of Duties Requires the ability to lift a minimum of 50 lbs. independently andphysical and manual dexterity toperform specialized technical tasks.This position is posted at Vet Tech levels 1, 2 and 3. Level isdetermined by qualifications based on type of prior veterinary techexperience.To qualify for Level 1: Entry level, new CVT grad or awaiting tosit for the CVT exam, or some CVT working experience with nospecialization.To qualify for Level 2: Generally over 2 years of veterinary techexperience, may substitute years of experience forspecialization.To qualify for Level 3: Veterinary Tech Specialist (VTS), or highlyqualified and specialized in a specific area, may have priorexperience from another university hospital.UW Veterinary Care offers competitive wages (including night andweekend differential, if applicable), outstanding employee benefits(https://hr.wisc.edu/benefits/new-employee-benefits-enrollment/benefits-for-employees-covered-by-the-wrs/),ample paid time off(https://hr.wisc.edu/benefits/leave/paid-leave/), and financialsupport for continuing education and pursuing specialtycertification.The UW-Madison campus and the surrounding area have many enrichingopportunities. Madison was named the most bike friendly city; theDane County Farmer’s Market is one of the largest in the nation;Madison has the most restaurants per capita of any U.S. city;Madison consistently ranks as a top community in which to live,work, and play; and the University is nationally recognized foracademics and athletics. Please see the following link for moreinformation:http://greatermadisonchamber.com/about-madison/visitor-info/ Job Number: Degree and Area of Specialization: The University of Wisconsin is an Equal Opportunity andAffirmative Action Employer. We promote excellence throughdiversity and encourage all qualified individuals to apply.If you need to request an accommodation because of a disability,you can find information about how to make a request at thefollowing website: https://employeedisabilities.wisc.edu/disability-accommodation-information-for-applicants/ 233314-US Applications Open: Apr 15 2021 Central Daylight TimeApplications Close: May 12 2021 11:55 PM Central DaylightTime
Pinterest Google+ Facebook Facebook (Tom Franklin/95.3 MNC) The South Bend Medical Foundation is asking you to give the gift of life for the holidays.All blood types are needed, but there is an urgent need for Type O donors, as well as platelet donors.A strong flu season, cold weather, and the holidays have taken their toll on recent donations, but the need is still there.Donors in the month of December at the South Bend Medical Foundation will also receive a voucher for a free turkey.You can learn more at https://www.givebloodnow.com/ IndianaLocalNewsSouth Bend Market Twitter WhatsApp Pinterest Twitter WhatsApp By Tommie Lee – December 12, 2019 1 334 Previous articleStudent threat reported at Goshen Middle SchoolNext articleSBARC hoping to create a “silent night” at the shelter after Sunday’s adoption event Tommie Lee Blood donations are down to a trickle at the South Bend Medical Foundation Google+
However, officials admit this scenario will depend on EU statisticians allowing Paris to use a 6-billion-ecu payment from France Télécom as compensation for its pension liabilities to reduce the government’s 1997 deficit.Alongside these two key players in the euro zone, the Commission will predict that at least eight more member states – the Netherlands, Belgium, Denmark, Luxembourg, Ireland, Austria, Finland and Sweden – are on course to meet the 3% target for 1997.With a little extra pain, Spain, Portugal and the UK could also obtain the budgetary green light.Commission officials are still running through the details of the Italian government’s austerity programme, which aims to slash 33 billion ecu from next year’s budget, before they decide whether to cut Italy’s deficit forecast of 5.2% for 1997.Less contentious is the Commission’s view that EU economies are experiencing a ‘convergence’ of their inflation performance, with the average rate likely to dip to historically low levels of under 2.4% next year.“Governments have growing credibility in the markets,” said an official. “They are making serious efforts in the budgetary field and convergence is much better on both budgets and prices.”This credibility can be seen in the lower long-term rates of interest governments are having to pay investors to hold on to their debt. Since the May forecasts, French ten-year interest rates have dipped below those in Germany while even Italian yields have dropped two percentage points since the beginning of the year. The motor behind the improvement in the Union’s economic fortunes will be Germany, where GDP has grown faster than May’s worst-case scenario of just 0.5% this year and 1.8% next.Instead, Commission economists are now forecasting that German growth will be more than 1% this year and above 2% in 1997.The May figures were compiled in the wake of a serious slow-down in Germany and France in the early months of the year, during which the German economy shrank by 0.5% in the first quarter alone.Now, six months later, the situation is very different. Stronger export performance and the impact of higher pension payments translated into second-quarter German growth of 1.5% – an improvement of nearly 4% over 12 months.These growth prospects, combined with tough budgetary measures, will ensure that the Commission sticks to its May forecast that the 1997 German budget deficit will dip below 3% of GDP – in line with the entry rules for the euro.Even though the Commission was alone in May in also predicting that the French deficit would – conveniently – fall below 3% in 1997, nothing has since persuaded it to change its optimistic outlook. When he unveils his latest predictions for EU economies on 6 November, Economics Commissioner Yves-Thibault de Silguy will hold out the hope that at least ten countries – and possibly as many as 14 – will meet the entry requirements for the euro zone.As an antidote to recent remarks from French politicians and German central bankers opposing early membership for Mediterranean countries, De Silguy will use the upbeat figures to galvanise Italy and Spain in particular into further budgetary efforts.Officials confirm that the new forecasts paint a rosy picture compared with the Commission’s last report in May. They indicate the EU’s overall gross domestic product will grow faster in 1996 than the 1.5% spring forecast, although growth next year is unlikely to change from the 2.4% already predicted.
Five prominent Harvard scientists illuminated the cutting edge of Harvard science, predicting new treatments for old diseases, describing new ways to think about the universe, and hailing advances in our understanding of humanity and the human body.The symposium featured faculty studying everything from theoretical physics to the human genome, also touching on stem cell research, tissue engineering, and the battle against malaria.Called “Innovation and Impact: Science and Engineering Today and Tomorrow,” the event featured Associate Professor of Genetics and Associate Professor of Medicine David Altshuler; Thomas Dudley Cabot Professor of the Natural Sciences Douglas Melton; Physics Professor Lisa Randall; Richard Pearson Strong Professor of Infectious Disease Dyann Wirth; and Gordon McKay Professor of Bioengineering David Mooney. Vicki L. Sato, professor of the practice of molecular and cellular biology and professor of management practice, was the moderator.The speakers described their research and took questions from moderator Sato and the audience. Melton, who heads the Harvard Stem Cell Institute, said his work is an effort to understand how the body’s cells become the cells they do, or “how did your cells know how to make a brain at one end and toes at the other?”Melton predicted that the first fruits of stem cell research will come from stem cells’ ability to create models of diseases from which new drugs can be discovered.Wirth said the stage is set for new drugs to treat malaria, which infects 300 million to 500 million people annually, killing 1 million children a year.“In many African countries,” Wirth said, “this is the largest cause of death for children.”Knowledge about the parasite and its effect on its human hosts has multiplied immensely since 1950, when the last malaria drug was discovered, Wirth said.When it comes to tissue engineering, the future, according to Mooney, is now. As scientists understand better how living systems work, they’re better able to mimic that activity mechanically. Skin produced through tissue engineering is already being used on patients, as are engineered proteins that spur bone growth that wouldn’t otherwise occur, he said.Harvard scientists are looking deeper than tissues and cells to understand humanity and its diseases. Altshuler described work today that looks at multiple individuals’ genomes, comparing them side-by-side to sort out how the differences in DNA translate to differences in traits and disease susceptibility.The discussions went beyond the human. Theoretical physicist Randall said physicists are trying to figure out why gravity is so much weaker than the universe’s other three fundamental forces. Electromagnetism, for example, is much stronger, evidenced by a magnet’s ability to pick up a paper clip despite the force of gravity pulling it down. The other two forces, which operate inside the atom, are also stronger than gravity.“[Gravity’s weakness] may be OK to you, but to particle physicists, it’s very disturbing,” Randall said.One possible explanation, Randall said, is that the universe contains more than three dimensions, and gravity’s force is diluted across the other dimensions.Changes in science are happening in the classroom as well. New life sciences and physical sciences curricula are being implemented to engage students.Former Vice President Al Gore’s winning the Nobel Peace Prize for his work on global warming illustrates the importance of engaging students, Melton said. Gore first became aware of global warming while a Harvard undergraduate.“I think it’s just delightful that stuck with him,” Melton said. “We don’t have students who just want to be doctors or who just want to be particle physicists, they want to be world leaders.”
A once-faint comet has made a sudden leap from obscurity tocenter stage. Comet 17P Holmes, now visible to northern hemisphereresidents, increased its brightness by a factor of one million this week,going from magnitude 17 to 2. This makes it visible to the unaided eye aswell as binoculars and telescopes, offering a unique viewing opportunity forsky watchers.“This is a terrific outburst,” said Brian Marsden, director emeritus of theMinor Planet Center of the Harvard-Smithsonian Center for Astrophysics (CfA), which tracks known comets and asteroids. “And since itdoesn’t have a tail right now, some observers have confused it with a nova.We’ve had at least two reports of a new star.”Comet Holmes is located in the constellation Perseus and is visible for mostof the night. In fact, for observers at the latitude of Boston, the comet iscircumpolar, never setting below the horizon. In appearance, it resembles afuzzy, yellowish star.The comet could fade in a matter of days or weeks, so astronomers recommendthat viewers take a look now. Sky charts showing where to look for the cometare online at skyandtelescope.com and at space.com.Amateur astronomer Edwin Holmes, who was looking at the Andromeda galaxy atthe time, discovered Comet Holmes in 1892. The comet has presented a mysteryto astronomers ever since. It likely was undergoing a similar outburst whendiscovered, since it reached 4th magnitude and was faintly visible to theunaided eye. After fading, it brightened again by a factor of 100 in January1893 before fading again for good.The comet orbits the Sun once every 7 years at a distance of about 200million miles (compared to Earth’s 93-million-mile orbit). As a result, itwas re-observed in 1899 and 1906 before being lost for nearly six decades.Based on a prediction by Marsden, the comet was recovered in 1964.“Since then, it’s been behaving well – until now,” says Marsden.On October 23rd, the comet was a dim 17th magnitude, 25,000 times too faintto be seen with the unaided eye. One day later, it had brightened to 7thmagnitude, and the most recent observations peg it at magnitude 2 to 3: anincrease of a factor of one million. (The magnitude scale used byastronomers is logarithmic.)“When the Deep Impact probe hit Comet 9P Tempel, there was almost no changein brightness,” says Marsden. “This outburst by Comet Holmes is extreme!”Indeed, the outburst has left experts scratching their heads. How could atiny comet, whose nucleus is no more than two miles across, grow so brightso fast? Perhaps a crack opened in the comet’s surface, exposing fresh iceto the sun and causing an explosive eruption of dust and gas. No one knowsfor sure. Undoubtedly, professional astronomers will be studying it closelyin the weeks to come.Sky coordinates for Comet 17P Holmes can be found on the Minor Planet Centerwebsite.
Other notable achievements from Schlesinger include his work on Stephen Colbert‘s album, A Colbert Christmas: The Greatest Gift Of All!, which won a Grammy for “Best Comedy Album” in 2010. Furthermore, Schlesinger also worked with David Javerbaum on a variety of projects, including the 2008 musical Cry Baby and the Broadway play An Act of God.Celebrate the life of Adam Schlesinger by listening to some of his most prominent works below:That Thing You Do![Video: The Wonders – Topic]Fountains of Wayne – “Stacy’s Mom”[Video: FountainsOfWayneVEVO] Acclaimed songwriter Adam Schlesinger has died of coronavirus-related complications at 52 in Poughkeepsie, NY, his family announced on Wednesday.Shlesinger is best known for his Emmy-award-winning career as a songwriter for film, theater, and television. Schlesinger has worked on projects such as Shallow Hal, There’s Something About Mary, and Me, Myself & Irene, as well as co-founded the pop-rock, Grammy-nominated band Fountains of Wayne.Related: Ellis Marsalis, Jazz Pianist And Musical Patriarch, Dead At 85The critically-acclaimed band Fountains of Wayne achieved widespread recognition in 2003 with the song “Stacy’s Mom”, which hit No. 21 on Billboard‘s Hot 100 chart. Fountains of Wayne is well-known for its novelistic approach to songwriting, with songs depicting life in the boroughs of Manhattan. It was in 1996, however, when Schlesinger cemented himself as a prominent songwriter when he wrote the theme song to the Tom Hanks film That Thing You Do!. In a statement posted to Twitter, Hanks commented on Schlesinger’s untimely death:
Lillian dedicated her life to service and her greatest passion was helping others.She served on the board of the United Board of Missions of Greater Southeast Texas Health System Agency for twenty three years, Port Arthur Campfire Council, The Family Service Center and Louis Manor Trust.She volunteered for The American Cancer Society South Jefferson County Unit, Susan G. Komen Breast Cancer Foundation, March of Dimes, Share a Toy, Back to School, Motherly Ministry Crisis Hotline, and was a driver for the Senior Citizens Meals on Wheels Program.Lillian was a member of Knights of Peter Claver Ladies Auxiliary Court #32, Blessed Mary Katherine Drexel Society, Rosary Prayer Group, National Association of Port Arthurans, NAACP- Port Arthur Chapter for 47 years, Martin Luther King Support Group of Southeast Texas, Publicity Chairwoman of Interdenominational Council of Christian Women Fellowship, Treasurer of the Anchorettes Civic and Social Club, The Westside Flower Club, Woman of the Year for Zeta Phi Beta Sorority, Inc. Lady of the Year for the Golden Gate Civic and Social Club, and Business Professional Women’s Club, American Assoc. for Retired Persons, Precinct Judge-Precinct #59-Jefferson County and City of Port Arthur, Deputy Registrar for Jefferson County, Texas Senior Citizens Assoc. and Chairperson of the Community Action Committee. Lillian Marie LeBlanc was born on October 10, 1928 to Pete and Arita Moultrie of Youngsville, Louisiana.Lillian was called to rest on November 17, 2019.She graduated from Abraham Lincoln High School in 1948. Lillian also went on to attend Wiley College, Sanderson Business College, Southern University extension campus, and Lamar University where she earned a certificate of real estate. Lillian was preceded in death by her maternal grandparents Charles O. and Amelia M. Guidry; sister, Vivian Moultrie; parents Pete and Arita Moultrie and her beloved husband of 35 years Joseph A. LeBlanc.Her precious memory will forever be cherished by her devoted daughters; JoAnn M. Strawder (Paul Sr.), Vivian M. Jones, Deborah A. Hamilton, and Ronalda J. Washington (Matthew Sr.). Lillian will be fondly remembered by her eight grandchildren: Tonia M. Jones, Akilah F. Strawder, Paul R. Strawder, Jr., Robneika A. Hamilton, Joseph A. L. Strawder, Robert L. Hamilton, III, Matthew Washington, Jr, Maronda N. Washington, and a host of other relatives.Prior to the funeral mass there will be a gathering of family and friends for remembrances at Gabriel Funeral Home Chapel on Friday, November 29, 2019 from 6pm-9pm.A celebration of Lillian’s life and spiritual promotion to Heaven, will be held Saturday, November 30, 2019 at 10am at Sacred Heart Catholic Church, 920 Washington Ave, Port Arthur TX 77640 with Father Etim Sampson.A catered reception will be provided afterwards at Sacred Heart Hall. Next UpLillian was a lifelong member of Sacred Heart Catholic Church.She was a devoted wife, mother and grandmother for whom family came before anything else.Lillian was married to her eternal love Joseph A. LeBlanc for 35 years, who preceded her in death in 1984, from that union came their four daughters.
This frame was around $4,500, which is about average for his frames and includes your choice of carbon, ti, stainless steel or wood logos.He also had his usual assortment of road and cyclocross bikes on hand, the latter being his most popular build. This one was for a state champion rider that had been punishing it for a full season and it still looked good as new.The customer designed the graphics for his CX bike. Yet another of the many benefits of a full custom build. Appleman gave us a teaser in our Road to NAHBS preview, but his custom 29er still had a few surprises. For starters, it was sitting atop the prototype ENVE carbon rigid fork.The frame itself was made for a 250lb, 6’4″ guy, so it comes in around three pounds and is the strongest tube set builder Matt Appleman offers. He uses a custom tube maker in Minnesota, which lets him get a specific diameter, wall thicknesse, layer count and layup for each bike and it’s rider.But the tube set wasn’t the only thing making this bike tough… The road bike had stainless steel logos with the face slotted cut to resemble the grill of a classic car the customer liked.ApplemanBicycles.com Black Kevlar was added on the surface of the chainstays and bottom of downtube to protect against impacts.Certainly a much more elegant solution than wrapping an innertube around it. The non-drive side thru axle section used a full carbon dropout with the reinforcement shaped like an apple.The logos on this one were titanium.
Once On This Island Hailey Kilgore(Photo: Boneau/Bryan-Brown) View Comments Show Closed This production ended its run on Jan. 6, 2019 Related Shows We dance! Casting is complete for the eagerly anticipated revival of Once on This Island. Emerson Davis and Mia Williamson will make their Broadway debuts sharing the role of Little Girl. Michael Arden directs the production, which begins previews on November 9 at the Circle in the Square Theatre and opens on December 3.Davis’ recent stage credits include Annie Warbucks and Back O’Town. A cellist, she has performed at Carnegie Hall and the UN. Williamson is a pianist and has won first place in international piano competitions.As previously reported, Hailey Kilgore, an 18-year-old Oregon native, will make her Broadway debut in the central role of Ti Moune in the upcoming revival of Lynn Ahrens and Stephen Flaherty’s beloved musical.Davis and Williamson also join the previously announced Phillip Boykin as Tonton Julian, Merle Dandridge as Papa Ge, Quentin Earl Darrington as Agwe, Alysha Deslorieux as Andrea, David Jennings as Armand, Kenita R. Miller as Mama Euralie, Alex Newell as Asaka, Isaac Powell as Daniel and Lea Salonga as Erzulie, along with Darlesia Cearcy, Rodrick Covington, Cassondra James, David Jennings, Grasan Kingsberry, Tyler Hardwick, Loren Lott, T. Oliver Reid and Aurelia Williams.