A person familiar with decision tells AP that MLB training camps will temporarily close for COVID-19 cleaning Associated Press June 19, 2020 Share This StoryFacebookTwitteremailPrintLinkedinRedditNEW YORK (AP) — A person familiar with decision tells AP that MLB training camps will temporarily close for COVID-19 cleaning.
Go Mulroy College!Transition year students from Mulroy College will be participating in the final of the Ecounesco Young Environmentalist Award in the Mansion House in Dublin on the 20th May. As part of the competition the students worked with the Rathmullan Coastal Group planting Marram grass along the Kinnegar beach in Rathmullan. The project began with a request from Fiona Kelly of Rathmullan Coastal Care group to get involved in coastal issues.A day was spent in September planting the marram grass supported by Olivia Crossan from An Taisce, Suzanne Bogan from Donegal County Council, Fiona Kelly and Patricia Mc Ateer from Rathmullan Coastal Care.The class were given information on biodiversity and the importance of marram grass planting on the wider scale.As part of the judging process, an online voting system is currently working until the 14th May. The teacher involved, Aisling Mc Ateer has asked that as many members of the public could log on to- www.ecounesco.ie, selecting Programmes – Young Environmentalist Award, Select – Biodiversity is the category, scroll down to find Mulroy College. There is only one vote per IP address. MULROY COLLEGE REACH FINALS OF ENVIRONMENTAL AWARDS was last modified: May 2nd, 2014 by StephenShare this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pocket (Opens in new window)Click to share on Telegram (Opens in new window)Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window)Click to share on Skype (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new window) Tags:donegalenvironmental awardsMilfordMulroy College
Great Gatsby Parties at the Blue Baths Rotorua,set the scene and the Museum of Transport andTechnology. Image Credit: ETBNews Source = e-Travel Blackboard: JAJ When MEETINGS 2013 kicked off with a Great Gatsby and 20’s theme at Auckland’s Museum of Transport and Technology on Tuesday night and the trade show opening Wednesday in Auckland’s Sky City Convention Centre, around 180 exhibitors from throughout New Zealand were poised ready to meet with 185 hosted buyers and 400 day buyers at New Zealand’s premier MICE event.Calm and collected MEETINGS’ event manager Jeanette Stanton said she was thrilled to be welcoming a sizeable number of new exhibitors to MEETINGS, with the exhibition about showcasing the diversity of New Zealand as a destination adding that it was always great to see new companies and regions coming on board.She said, “Buyers are going to get a really good feel of just how much New Zealand has to offer both in terms of destinations and products and services,” with four Queenstown-based companies among those making their debut at MEETINGS, Glacier Southern Lakes Helicopters, which flies guests from all over the world around the iconic landscapes of Queenstown, Milford Sound, Mt Aspiring and Fiordland national parks, also Pacific Jemm which is the only luxury boat available for lake charter in Queenstown.Art Adventures is a new and unique tourism business, which takes guests into the landscapes of Central Otago to sketch and paint, with owner Alice Blakely saying she was looking forward to showing buyers at MEETINGS that there is more to Queenstown than adrenalin pumping adventure, adding, “We specialise in partner programmes.”“There are a lot of partners who would like to do something different from the action-packed adventure on offer and our art experiences leave them entertained, stimulated, educated and immersed in the landscape.’’Skippers Canyon Jet is another Queenstown first timer at MEETINGS, operating a unique lodge, with spectacular views over historic Skippers canyon and the picturesque Shotover River, with marketing manager Mathew Rhodes saying, “We will be offering conference and incentive groups something different, a unique chance to get right into the heart of New Zealand and relive our pioneering days,.”Dunedin’s The Edgar Centre is also a MEETINGS first timer, home to the Lion Foundation Arena, Dunedin’s premier events centre and a multi-functional facility, which is regularly used for sporting events, trade shows, exhibitions, and gala dinners.MEETINGS’ first timer Alexandra Park Function Centre in Auckland is a multi purpose venue is home to the Auckland Trotting Club and at the heart of harness racing in Auckland, just 10 minutes from Auckland’s CBD and Auckland International Airport, featuring eight function rooms across four floors with capacities for up to ,1000 guests.Other newcomers to MEETINGS are KiwiRail Scenic Journeys and Hamilton Gardens, which includes the Lakeside venue and function centre.