WhatsApp Republic of Ireland internationals Jack Byrne and Amber Barrett were on hand today to help launch the SPAR FAI School Zone. One school in Limerick will win a specially commissioned SPAR FAI football kit for their school; all they need to do to enter is for teachers to register for the lesson plans online. One school selected from all participating schools nationwide will win a grand prize of a Zoom call with three Irish International players for their class. “We’ve been supporting the FAI for over 6years now through our sponsorship of the SPAR Primary Schools 5s competition. It’s been an exceptional year for teachers, parents and students and while the SPAR 5s may not be going ahead we are equally delighted to be sponsoring this initiative.So much work has gone into this programme to make it educational, fun and easy to deliver for parents and teachers alike. By signing up you’ll not only have all the resources and lessons delivered straight to your email but you’ll be in with a chance of winning brilliant prizes for a school in every county in Ireland.” Sign up now by visiting: https://www.fai.ie/domestic/spar-fai-school-zone/register/ & www.spar.ie Previous articleLimerick Post Show | Dora GolaNext articleLet There Be Theatre – the actor announced to read the play this Saturday for Limerick is Liam O’Brien Sarah Carrhttp://www.limerickpost.ie Speaking about the initiative, SPAR ambassador Jack Byrne said, ‘I’m delighted to be working with SPAR and the FAI to support this fantastic initiative. It is great to see SPAR supporting teachers and parents by sponsoring the School Zone concept, a resource that makes football relevant in so many innovative ways. I’m sure that it’s been a tough year for teachers, parents and students and that these lesson plans will bring everyday subjects to life in a new and exciting way.” Limerick Ladies National Football League opener to be streamed live The sponsorship of the SPAR FAI School Zone initiative, developed by the FAI, is a continuation of SPAR’s dedication to grassroots football, following on from the successful SPAR FAI Primary School 5s Programme. Commenting on the new initiative, SPAR Sales Director, Colin Donnelly said: Advertisement TAGSKeeping Limerick PostedlimerickLimerick PostSPAR Billy Lee names strong Limerick side to take on Wicklow in crucial Division 3 clash THE SPAR FAI School Zone is a new digital learning platform for teachers and parents of primary school children in 4th, 5th and 6th class offering interactive and engaging lesson plans designed with both the classroom and home schooling in mind. The lesson plans have been designed in consultation with a panel of teachers and promise to engage, educate and enthuse students. Email Print Linkedin Twitter WATCH: “Everyone is fighting so hard to get on” – Pat Ryan on competitive camogie squads Fellow SPAR ambassador Amber Barrett, and qualified teacher, added,“We hope everyone enjoys learning from the SPAR FAI School Zone. As a qualified teacher I know how difficult the last year has been and the importance of finding new and interesting ways to make learning exciting. The lessons have been designed to be really easy to deliver and are backed up with easy to use resources and videos.”’ Facebook Roisin Upton excited by “hockey talent coming through” in Limerick RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR Sign up for the weekly Limerick Post newsletter Sign Up The new teaching resource will be hosted on the FAI’s website with innovative football themed lessons uploaded twice a week over the course of 4 weeks – beginning on the 15th of March and running until the 12th of April. The heavily resourced and user-friendly lessons covering core subjects such as Maths, History, Geography, English, Art, Irish and healthy eating will be emailed to teachers and parents weekly along with answer sheets. LimerickNewsCalling on All Limerick Parents and Teachers to Register for SPAR FAI School Zone and a chance to Win Football Kit for their SchoolBy Sarah Carr – March 9, 2021 59 Donal Ryan names Limerick Ladies Football team for League opener Limerick’s National Camogie League double header to be streamed live
× “The past year has been a period of great upheaval with the pandemic and social unrest across the country. I wanted to raise awareness of Tu b’Shevat as we head into a brand new year,” said Rabbi Mullin. “Our synagogue has always sought to create not only space for religion, but also for arts and activism. People need art more than ever now, so I saw this as a unique opportunity to partner with an active local arts organization like Walk-Bye.”This show marks the first time that Walk-Bye will provide financial compensation to the chosen artists thanks to the generosity of the show’s financial benefactors. Lead sponsor Fields Grade, Leeann and Leemark, Councilwoman Mira Prinz-Arey and Minuteman Jersey City are underwriting the cost of production.The show is the fourth installation in Aranguren’s series of outdoor community art exhibits and the first one in 2021. Walk-Bye has sought to create opportunities for Jersey City Residents to display and view local artwork in a safe manner during the Covid-19 pandemic. Past exhibits include outdoor shows in June and October of last year held in various Jersey City parks followed by a December photo display to commemorate Human Rights Day and International Human Solidarity Day with Welcome Home, a local refugee support organization.For more information on the exhibit and artists, please follow @Walk_Bye on Instagram.About Walk-ByeWALK-BYE, founded in 2020 by Catalina Aranguren, is a collective outdoor art exhibition of original work, visible to the public from a distance. The installation strives to bring artists and community members together to create a sense of connectivity during the current pandemic.About Congregation B’nai JacobCongregation B’nai Jacob is a contemporary egalitarian synagogue and Jersey City dedicated to supporting the Jewish community in Hudson County. We strive to foster meaningful spiritual experiences and a sense of Jewish connection by providing a welcoming environment and opportunities for growth and learning. We dedicate ourselves to a policy of non-discrimination on the basis of gender, sexual orientation and interfaith family structure. We also have a long-standing tradition of being at the forefront of social change, supporting the struggle for civil and human rights for all. Catalina Aranguren, founder of Walk-Bye by Argia Photography, brings her latest community art installation to life in partnership with Rabbi Bronwen Mullin of Congregation B’nai Jacob in Jersey City. The exhibition titled “Group Show – /ˈradək(ə)l/ – roots, body & fruit” will showcase original work by local artists with an unveiling at the synagogue at 4PM on January 28.The show is inspired by the Jewish holiday Tu b’Shevat – translated literally as “New Year for the trees”. It is celebrated in contemporary Israel, as an ecological awareness day, and trees are planted in celebration. Walk-Bye held open submissions for artwork starting mid December, calling on local artists of all ages, religions, and sexes, to explore the duality of how a festival of trees, growth and prosperity happens in the winter within the context of personal, spiritual, and intellectual growth.“The show’s title comes from the part of a plant embryo that develops into the primary root,” said Aranguren. “I wanted the show to include more than just representations of trees, so ‘radicle’ seemed like the perfect choice. I also liked the play on the sound similarity to ‘radical’ given everything that’s happened in the world in the past year.”
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NewsTalk ZB 7 April 2016Having fought through the courts last year to be recognised as a charity, lobby group Family First must go through the process again.The Charities Board has sent the group notification that it doesn’t consider the Trust continues to qualify for registration, as it has an independent purpose to promote and protect the traditional family.Family First National Director Bob McCoskrie said it’s disturbing that any charity speaking up on issues deemed incorrect by the political elite, are in danger of being penalised.“There’s a number of charities who do speak up on issues that politicians get involved in, so therefore it becomes a political issue, and if the Charities Commission is going to come after us, then there’s a whole lot of other organisations that are going to be looking over the shoulder.”“Samples of organisations that do similar work to us in terms of political advocacy, would be Child Poverty Action Group, Amnesty International, Save Animals From Exploitation, Vegan Society, ASH, New Zealand Drug Foundation, National Council of Women.”Mr McCoskrie said the group will again defend its status in court, but if it loses, a lot of other groups should be worried. He said the move won’t stop their advocacy work, but it will cost it tax breaks.“And obviously there is a lot of credibility in terms of being registered as a charity as well, so all we’re asking for is consistency, and that’s what the Charities Board is not using.”http://www.newstalkzb.co.nz/news/national/family-first-vows-to-fight-move-to-de-register-it-as-charity/
Harold KoehlerHarold Koehler, of Wellington, died Thursday, March 05, 2015 at Wesley Medical Center in Wichita,Â at the age of 79.Harold was born the son of Johnny and Abbie (Feist) Koehler on Friday, January 24, 1936 in Manchester, . He graduated from St. Gregory High School in Shawnee,Â and originally planned on becoming a priest but changed his mind. Harold went on to serve his country in the United States Army from 1955-1957.After college, he began his career in accounting and took a position with the Kerr McGee Oil Company inÂ City. His job allowed him to live overseas for 24 years. While overseas, he met Sue Huke and on July 21, 1979 Harold and Sue were united in marriage in Lowestoft, England. Together they celebrated 34 years of marriage before her death in 2011. Harold and Sue were blessed with two daughters: Alison and Debbie. Harold retired and returned to the USA for good in 1993. Following retirement, he drove a school bus and worked with his brother doing appliance repairs.Survivors include his daughters: Alison Lantrip and her husband Wesley of Bartlesville,Â and Debbie Smith and her husband Kevin of Topeka, , grandchildren: Cameron, Blake and Natalie Smith, sister, Helen Blubaugh and her husband Leon of Danville, , brothers: Bobby Koehler of Ponca City,Â and Cleo Koehler and his wife Roberta of Wellington, . He was preceded in death by his parents, his beloved wife, Sue Koehler and his siblings: Sylvester Koehler, Alfred Koehler, Tommy Koehler, Alice Collins and Dortha Johnson.Visitation will be held at the funeral home from 1:00 p.m. to 5:00 p.m., Monday, March 9, 2015.Recitation of the Holy Rosary will begin at 7:00 p.m., Monday evening at St. Anthony/St. Rose Catholic Church, Wellington, .Funeral Mass for Harold will be held at 10:30 a.m., Tuesday, March 10, 2015 at St. Anthony/St. Rose Catholic Church, Wellington, .Following cremation, a private interment will be held at theÂ Veterans Cemetery, Winfield, .A memorial fund has been established in his loving memory to the Avenue of Flags. Contributions may be mailed or left with the funeral home.To share a memory or leave condolences, please visit www.dayfuneralhome.info.Arrangements are by Day Funeral Home & Crematory, Wellington.