Soccer World Cup

first_imgI am certainly not an expert on soccer, but it was great to watch the United States Women dismantle Japan in the World Cup Final.  The USA team scored 4 goals in 16 minutes which is unheard of in professional soccer.  The 5-2 final is also a rarity in a final match.Carli Lloyd had the hat trick (3 goals by a single player in one game) for the United States.  It was also nice to watch a game where the teams just played soccer.  Although the officers of the World Soccer Association were arrested a few weeks ago, none of this was evident in the tournament.  For most of the tournament teams simply played soccer, and this was great for sports.last_img

Casinos open doors again

first_imgSoutheastern, IN—Indiana casinos reopen today with new guidelines and restrictions in place. These include sanitation stations and masks for staff and table players must be available. Slot machines will be spaced to allow for social distancing, and there will be temperature checks.The Indiana Gaming Association says they won’t put a limit on the time you can play, but they will limit numbers coming in the doors. They are only allowed to open at 50 percent capacity. Below is the information each Southeastern Indiana casino lists as protocols to keep players safe.Hollywood Casino Lawrenceburg-Opens at 9 am on Monday• The number of slot machines and seats at table games available will be limited.• Live music, entertainment, convention, and banquet services will remain suspended.• Restaurant offerings will be limited and The Eatery will be open for service with a limited menu. Hollywood on the Roof will be open for bar service only.• Epic Buffet, Final Cut Steakhouse, Hops House 99, and Hollywood and Grind will remain closed.• Valet, VIP lounge, Poker Room & Sportsbook will remain closed until further notice. However, our self bet sports wagering kiosks will be available to sports wagering.• Will announce the beginning of hotel bookings in the coming weeks.Rising Star Casino-Opened at 6 am on MondayFerry will open on June 17• Guest health screenings will be conducted before entering the casino. This includes temperature checks & health questions.• All guests are encouraged to wear facial coverings. Facial coverings will be available for patrons.• Facial coverings are required at table games & recommended for all guests.• Hand sanitizer will be available & complimentary for all guests.• All guests & team members are asked to follow social distancing practices by standing at least six feet away from any person who is not in their group. Floor graphics will be marked where lines tend to form.• Guest areas are cleaned & disinfected multiple times daily with EPA-approved products. This includes: slot machines, chairs, table games, restaurants, kitchens, restrooms, doors, handrails, counters, ATMs, kiosks, hotel rooms & Team Member areas.• HVAC systems have been upgraded with hospital-grade filters.• Slots, table games & restaurant seating is configured to limit seating & encourage social distancing recommendations.• COVID-19 training, health screenings & masks are provided to all Team Members.• Team Members have been given instructions to notify Security immediately to report anyone showing symptoms of COVID-19 on property.• Team Members are instructed to stay home if they do not feel well.• If we are alerted to a confirmed case of COVID-19 at the property, we will work with the local health agency to follow the appropriate actions recommended by that agency.Gaming• The number of players at each table game is limited.• The maximum number of players allowed per table will be posted at each location.• Facial coverings are required at table games & recommended for all guests.• Guests congregating behind players will not be allowed.• Some slot machines will be deactivated in order to adhere to social guidelines.• All table games, chairs, fixtures, game pieces & slot machines will be cleaned & disinfected on a regular basis.Hotel• Frequent cleaning & disinfecting of counter spaces, keys, wheelchairs, scooters, luggage carts, elevators & vending machines.• Deep cleaning & disinfecting of guest rooms is performed after check out.Restaurants• Restaurant seating has been reduced to allow for social distancing.• Tables & chairs will be cleaned & disinfected regularly.• All touch point surfaces will be disinfected on a regular basis.Sports Book• Seating will be arranged in the Sports Book to adhere to social distancing, with limited betting stations.• There will be frequent cleaning & disinfecting of counters, chairs & stations.Elevators• Elevator occupancy is limited to a maximum of three people.Belterra CasinoOpens at 11 am on Monday• Guest health screenings are being conducted on arrival. All guests are encouraged to wear facial coverings.• Hand sanitizer is available and complimentary for all guests.• Guest spaces are cleaned and disinfected multiple times daily with EPA-approved products. This includes: slot machines, chairs, table games, restaurants, kitchens, restrooms, doors, handrails, counters, ATMs, kiosks, and Team Member areas.• The frequency of air filter replacement and HVAC system cleaning has been increased.• Slots, table games, and restaurant & bar seating is configured and limited to adhere to social distancing recommendations.• Guest occupancy limits are followed in retail shops and banquet & meeting spaces.• COVID-19 training, health screenings, and masks are provided to all Team Members.last_img read more

Help wanted: Part time secretary for law office in Wellington

first_imgSecretary – Part-Time – needed for law office in Wellington, Kansas.  Work is Monday through Friday for 20 hours in the afternoon.  No weekends.  Job duties are general secretarial – including phones, computer record keeping, creating simple legal documents and letters on Microsoft Word, filing, copying, billing, speaking with clients, trips to the court house and post office, etc.  Must be able to handle a highly responsible position, have attention to detail, be able to work alone and pass a  background check.High school diploma required.  Legal office experience is not necessary as I can train you, but need at least two years office work experience.   Position is only open until Wednesday, January 21, 2014 at 12:00 pm.Bring a resume to the office at 219 W. 15th Street or email it to [email protected]last_img read more

Stay healthy during Thurston County fair time!

first_imgChriste Smith is the owner of Rock Bottom Personal Training. Rock Bottom serves all of Thurston County and offers customized fitness services in homes, workplaces, local parks and other locations to cater to the client. Rock Bottom has many Professional Certified trainers to help you with all your health needs About Rock Bottom Personal Training: So stay active at your cook outs and Thurston county fairs, all the while eat clean/healthy! most of all have a great happy and healthy Thurston county  summer! Facebook2Tweet0Pin0By Christe Smith I don’t know about you but I love the summer time here in Thurston County. So many  summer cook outs with friends & family, plus all the fairs that Thurston county has to offer and not to mention all the AMAZING food! I know for myself this is one of the hardest times of the year to stay on a clean/healthy eating lifestyle. The other thing that I love about cook outs  and Thurston county fairs, are all the fun physical activities. For example, this past 4th of July, I had the pleasure to be invited to our friends, that live on Thurston counties Long Lake. Since they live on Long Lake, I got to paddle boat out to middle of the lake to watch the fireworks. Before that we danced to great music and we even jumped on the trampoline like kids! So with Thurston counties Lake Fair approaching think of how you can be active….like go into the bounce house with your kids or ride your bike to the fair. Just remember that children learn by our examples…so take advantage of all the physical activities that Thurston county Lake Fair has to offer! So while you are chatting & laughing away at all these Thurston county events this summer, remember the 80 /20 rule. The rule is that, 80% of the time you eat and drink super clean/healthy plus exercise (with your favorite  Rock Bottom trainer :)) so that when the fair or cook out rolls around, you can step out of the clean/healthy eat box a little…and I do mean a LITTLE!  Please remember that when you do step out of the box,  it can be very…very hard to step back in. What I like to do is always bring a side dish that I know is clean to the cook out.  That way I can always eat clean/healthy at the event and not feel like I am missing out or be as tempted to reach for one of those same old cookout menu items that everyone brings. I also bring my own protein ( turkey burger, chicken dog, fish) to grill, because we all know what is in that commercially processed hamburger and hot dog..YUCK!!!!  While preparing for that day or evening at the  fair,  pack clean/healthy snacks and stay way from all the fried foods. Better yet look for grilled items that the vendors offer.last_img read more

Sand in the City Hosts First-Ever Masters’ Exhibition Featuring Local and…

first_imgSubmitted by The Hands On Children’s MuseumThe South Sound’s largest family festival, Sand in the City®,  is bringing expert sand sculptors from the West Coast to captivate festival-goers at its first Masters’ Exhibition.The masters will soak, stomp and shake sand into works of art Saturday, August 23, and Sunday, August 24, at the Hands On Children’s Museum on Olympia’s East Bay.Public viewing of the Masters’ Exhibition will take place from 10 a.m.-7 p.m. on Saturday and from 10 a.m. – 4 p.m. on Sunday. Visitors can view the masterpieces and vote for their favorites. The winners will be announced at 4 p.m. Sunday.Bert Adams, master sculptor and Sand in the City founder, has gathered a talented group of sculptors to wow visitors. Members of this group have participated in or won world sand sculpting competitions. One is even classically trained in sculpture design and has also carved ice and snow. All of the masters are Sand in the City graduates, Adams said.Solo sculptors are Lisa Donze, Eric Hawley, Sandis Kondrats and Michael Velling. Those sculpting in pairs are Bert Adams and Shiloh Kauzlarich, Tom Rieger and Kate LeGault, Dave Miller and Rocco DeBrodt, Pam Leno and Lorie Gordo, and Jim Butler and Amos Callendar.Adams said it takes a special person to be a sand sculptor and he is confident this group will put on a great show for families, especially the younger children who already love playing in the sand.“Watching sand sculpting can be very inspiring for kids,” he said.Master Sand Carvers will create the beloved, giant sand sculptures at Sand in the City this year. Photo credit: Aaron BarnaAlso during the event weekend is a free Beach Party where the public can enjoy giant sandboxes loaded with sand toys and sculpting tools, along with 40 interactive art and science activities in the museum, spread around the East Bay Plaza and streets adjacent to the museum.Activities include a rock climbing wall, giant bubbles, a Tot Spot Early Learning Center and museum-led art activities. Make-and-take crafts include Hawaiian leis, wax paper flowers and sand bands. Inside the museum, families can learn about the music of the Pacific Islands and make musical instruments and crafts.Sunday, Aug. 24, is Grandparents’ Day from 10 a.m.-5 p.m. Families can enjoy all of the fun activities of Saturday’s Beach Party and participate in additional activities designed for children and grandparents to do together.During Sand in the City, all event activities and entertainment on the streets surrounding the museum and the East Bay Public Plaza are free. Donations are appreciated and support the museum’s Free Access Program at the Hands On Children’s Museum.Festival-goers can also explore museum exhibits Aug. 22-24 with a discounted admission rate to the museum of just $5 per person. Families can play and learn in nine themed galleries and 150 hands-on exhibits, including MakeSpace in the Arts & Parts Studio, where kids can tinker, design and build using real tools and materials.For the price of admission, festival visitors can also explore the museum’s Outdoor Discovery Center, including new exhibits opening on Sand in the City weekend such as the giant trike loop, stage and Children’s Garden in the Outdoor Discovery Center.For more information about Sand in the City®, visit www.hocm.org/sandinthecity. Facebook113Tweet0Pin0last_img read more