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The Westhills BC Day Celebration has passed us by and what a celebration it was! With well over 3, 500 people attend and at one point over 800 children on the field playing and running about, we welcomed a number of musical talents to the Westhills stage over the course of several hours. The well-organized event brought out friends and family, as well as neighbours throughout Westhills and the surrounding community, to listen to live and local musicians, while the kids had a safe, fun place to play. It was a fantastic atmosphere as everyone enjoyed the afternoon.
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Christ Our Rock Lutheran High School educates and equips today’s youth in faith and knowledge while guiding them to become Christian leaders. Prayer Requests Every week we pray for students, parents, supporters, area schools, and congregations. If you have a prayer requests, we would be happy to include them in our prayer time. • Please pray for a safe and enjoyable Ford Drive event next Saturday. • Please pray for quick healing for several students who are suffering injures from sports and other accidents. • Please pray for Spirit Week to be a positive, team building experience. Announcements Newspaper subscribers wanted! Due to changes in the Newspapers In Education program, the Sentinel can only provide free newspapers on one day out of the week. We are looking for two or three benefactors who would be willing to purchase Sentinel subscriptions for the school so that we can have a few copies of the paper on hand each day of the week. These newspapers are used by the students to stay abreast of local, state and regional news, and are utilized by teachers for assignments, discussions and occasional current events quizzes. On Wedensday, September 25, we will be having our first Mentor/Mentee Bash. It will be starting at 6:15 pm and going until 8:30 pm. We will be watching a movie and playing...
Instructions for Ordering H1N1 Vaccine 2009 Influenza A (H1N1) monovalent vaccine will be available to medical care providers in California through the California Department of Public Health in partnership with local health departments. H1N1 influenza vaccine will not be available through private organizations. H1N1 vaccine is currently in production and is expected to be available by midOctober. Vaccine and basic supplies will be delivered to providers at no cost. Private providers may bill public and private insurers for vaccine administration fees. The Calpanflu.org website will be used for ordering the vaccine. This website is for those who are interested in giving 2009 Influenza A (H1N1) vaccine in California, including: • Local health departments • • Clinics, public and private • Independent physicians • Employee health programs • Community Health Centers • Community vaccinators • Vaccines for Children Program • Pharmacies (chain and provide vaccines medical providers • Student Health Centers • Health plans that directly independent) Hospitals • Other vaccinators Here are the steps to follow if you are interested in giving 2009 Influenza A (H1N1) vaccine: Step 1: Registration • is required for facilities who will receive direct shipments of H1N1 vaccine. Note: If you are a facility/organization that receives vaccine shipments at a central depot and then re-distributes to other sites, only the central depot site needs to register; • does not obligate you to order vaccine; • can only be done by (or in conjunction with) a prescribing medical care provider licensed to practice medicine in California; • early registration is urged; however, registration will not close. • does not guarantee receipt of vaccine Step 2: Ordering • does not guarantee receipt of vaccine; • The timing and amount of vaccine deliveries will depend on available inventory. First deliveries are expected by mid-October or later; • Initial orders will be prioritized to vaccinators serving at-risk population groups. Other requests will be filled over time, as supply permits.
Since Puerto Rico first passed legislation to license interior designers in the late 1970’s many “myths” have developed about the purpose of interior design legislation. ASID believes that laws, regulation and legislation that allow designers who demonstrate advanced education and code knowledge to open new practice opportunities should be supported. Designers who become registered, certified or licensed do not limit others from practicing but open new areas to the entire profession. This legal process is no different from state regulations for architects, engineers, accountants or the hundreds of other professions that are subject to professional licensure regulation. MYTHS AND FACTS Myth: Interior design legislation puts non-registered interior designers out of business. Fact: Interior design laws supported by ASID do not put anyone out of business, and designers may continue to perform current services regardless of any legislation. ASID-supported interior design legislation allows designers to expand into areas (e.g., stamping, signing and submitting plans for permitting) that they were barred from previously. Myth: Interior design in a purely aesthetic talent that deals with colors, fabrics, finishes and furniture. There are no technical aspects of interior design. Fact: Interior design is an evolving profession includes many technical aspects. Individuals working in residential settings must comply with state and local building codes. Individuals working in more heavily regulated spaces such as office, hospitality, health, education and retail must comply with building and energy codes, indoor air quality and the Americans with Disabilities Act requirements, among other health and safety issues. Myth: There is no need to hire interior designers because architects do the same work.
Projects financed from open regional fund for Southeast Europe – regional networks Wild Beauty Biljana Bozovic National Tourism Organisation of Montenegro CEFTA week in Belgrade, 09 -11 November 2010 National Tourism Organisation of Montenegro Wild Beauty Mision Montenegro Customer Care +382 1300 / 31 digital information points www.montenegro.travel / E-learning program Belgrade, Serbia Our offices Abroad Frankfurt, Germany Sarajevo, Bosnia & Herzegovina CEFTA week in Belgrade, 09 -11 November 2010 www.montenegro.travel Wild Beauty • International markets EUEurope & Russia • Local market • Regional markets …three markets CEFTA week in Belgrade, 09 -11 November 2010 Wild Beauty „Experience Wild Beauty” -CNN -Euronews -BBC -Travel Channel CEFTA week in Belgrade, 09 -11 November 2010 Wild Beauty “Joint Promotion and Increased Level of Safety of Nautical Tourism in Dubrovnik-Neretva County and Montenegrin Coast ” Hydrographic Institute of the Republic of Croatia (HHI) Hydrological and Meteorological Service of Montenegro (HI-M) University of Dubrovnik (DU), Maritime Department National Tourism Organisation of Montenegro (NTOMNE) CEFTA week in Belgrade, 09 -11 November 2010
LOCAL GOVERNMENT PATHWAYS TO SUSTAINABLE TOURISM STEP 2: ENGAGING PARTNERS WORKBOOK The tourism industry is made up of a large number of small to medium enterprises (SMEs). Before initiating tourism planning and investment programs, it is important for local governments to have a clear understanding of who is already active in tourism in the region. Sustainable destinations are those where all stakeholders, including local governments, tourism operators and suppliers, work in partnership toward common goals. While local governments are a key partner, they need to work closely with a range of inter-related organisations. Within this framework each partner has a clear role and responsibility and communicates effectively with local, regional and state tourism bodies to better leverage from the activities of others. Diagram 1 is an example of a regional tourism network model. The implementation of a sustainable tourism planning process must involve ongoing engagement with all the identified stakeholders. Tourism operators and suppliers Suppliers of products & experiences Collaboration and communication Local Government Local marketing within the region Local visitor services (VIC’s) Local product development Regional Economic Dev. Organisations ...
Tourism developments are a top priority on the strategic agenda of the Egyptian government. Internet penetration could prove to be one of the major factors that could assist Egypt tourism to enhance its competitiveness. The Internet can potentially improve the efficiency of all local suppliers and provide tools for the development and delivery of differentiated tourism products. This study aims to investigate the activities and usage of Internet by Egyptian tourism organisations and future trends. Findings reveal that Egyptian tourism organisations are in hybrid stage concerning Internet developments. Most tourism establishments use the Internet mainly as a communication tool. Few organisations have websites and a very small percentage has established a comprehensive Internet presence. Nevertheless, people in the industry have faith in this technology, but still they are not ready to invest in it. It is concluded that the government should adopt a comprehensive eTourism strategy that will enable Tourism in Egypt to enhance its competitiveness and achieve its full potential. Keywords: Internet; eTourism; Egypt; government; tourism industry.
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The association of lymphoid tissue with protective epithelium is widespread, eg skin, upper aerodigestive tract, gut, bronchi, urinary tract. The function of the palatine tonsils, an example of an organised mucosa-associated lymphoid tissue, is to sample the environmental antigen and participate with the initiation and maintenance of the local and systemic immunity. The epithelium lining the tonsillar crypts is a stratified squamous epithelium with patches of reticulated epithelium which is much thinner, with a discontinuous basal lamina, but has an unbroken oropharyngeal surface. The epithelium is exceedingly thin in places so that only a tenuous cytoplasmic layer separates the pharyngeal lumen from the underlying lymphocytes. Epithelial cells are held together by small desmosomes anchored into bundles of keratin filaments. Interdigitating dendritic cells are also present. The intimate association of epithelial cells and lymphocytes facilitates the direct transport of antigen from external environment to the tonsillar lymphoid cells . The palatine tonsils themselves are frequently prone to infection as indicated by the frequency of tonsillectomy. Streptococcus is the commonest bacteria causing tonsillitis. Hokonohara et al.  in an animal experiment demonstrated the susceptibility of tonsils to infection on *Address correspondence to this author at the University Department of Otolaryngology, Southmead, Hospital, Westbury on Trym, Bristol, BS10 5 NB, UK; Tel: 01179 595158; Fax: 01179 595850; E-mail: email@example.com 1874-4281/10