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Steve Forbes is President and Chief Executive Officer of Forbes and Editor-in-Chief of Forbes magazine.
Since Mr. Forbes assumed his position in 1990, the company has launched a variety of new publications and businesses. They include: Forbes FYI, the irreverent lifestyle supplement; Forbes Global, the magazine's international publication; and Chinese, Korean, Japanese, Brazilian, Russian, Arabic and Hebrew editions of the magazine. Forbes also publishes the Gilder Technology Report, as well as a number of investment newsletters.
In 1997 Forbes entered the new media arena with the launch of Forbes.com. The site now attracts over seven million unique visitors a month and has become the leading destination site for business decision-makers and investors.
F5RS (Frisky Ferrets, Fuzzies, & Feathered Friends Rescue & Sanctuary) is dedicated to the practice and promotion of the idea that life is guaranteed to all healthy, sick, injured, or behaviorally unsound animals where medical and/or behavioral intervention can provide quality of life. At our facility, each animal receives individual consideration, regardless of health, age, prior abuse or trauma, or feral status. We provide care and treatment for all animals as needed, including veterinary care, appropriate nutrition, exercise, clicker training, and socialization with people and other animals.
All potential adopters are rigorously screened and all adopted animals leave the facility with a veterinary wellness check, conversion to a healthier diet, and proper socialization skills. Rabbits are spayed or neutered. All animals deemed unsuitable for adoption live out their lives with all the necessary amenities. It is our vision that proper education, combined with proper match of adopter and adoptee will promote responsible companion caretakers – therefore creating happier, healthier companion – animal relationships.
Our Rescue and Sanctuary has on staff at all times:
CAS – Certified Avian Specialist
CCAS – Certified Companion Animal Specialist
CSAS – Certified Small Animal Specialist
Certified Veterinary Assistant
Healing Touch for Animals Level 1 Practictioner
American Federation of Aviculture’s Ohio State Coordinator
Staff experienced in wing & nail clipping
Staff experienced in bunny massage
Small Animal Groomer
As a WFG financial professional, I’m focused on you and your needs, goals, and objectives. I strive to help individuals, families, and businesses create a sound strategy for the future focused on reducing debt, saving money, protecting those things that are most valuable to you, and helping entrepreneurs reach their dreams.
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Come one come all and show us who has the biggest fans!! We're calling on YOU... Steelers Fans!! You too Dawgs!!! Each basket will be raffled off to one winner. The basket with the most "FANS" (tickets) will also draw for an additional winner who will receive a bottle of Apple Crown. Drawing starting ASAP. Baskets are generously donated via Nannicola and have a value of $220!!!
Fuel the Fight Car Show
September 8, 2019 @ 10:00 a.m. - 3:00 p.m.
Prostate -Cancer -Fuel -the -Fight
Come enjoy hundreds of collector cars, trucks and motorcycles!
Registration fee: $10 per motorcycle, $15 per vehicle in advance, $20 day of show. Free admission for spectators. Proceeds benefit Man Up Mahoning Valley, which provides free prostate cancer screenings to men in need, and promotes community awareness about the importance of prostate health.
Join us for our Purse Bingo to benefit AWL!
Tickets are $45 per person or a table of 10 for $400
Tickets can be purchased by calling AWL at 330-539-5300 or online at https://awlpursebingo.eventbrite.com. To purchase a table please call AWL.
Each ticket includes 10 bingo games, entry into door prize drawings, and dinner. Cash bar and dinner by Aulizio's.
Doors open at 5:30 pm with bingo starting at 7:00 pm.
Prizes featuring Coach, Kate Spade, Micheal Kors, Tory Burch, Marc Jacobs and more!
TWO GRAND PRIZES FOR GUCCI AND LOUIS VUITTON!
Extra games available for $20 each.
Geneva Overholser is a journalism consultant and adviser. A former editor of the Des Moines Register now living in New York City, Overholser speaks and writes about the future of journalism. She advises numerous organizations, including the Trust Project, Report for America, SciLine, the Democracy Fund and the Public Face of Science project at the Academy of American Arts and Sciences. She serves on the boards of the Rita Allen Foundation, Northwestern University in Qatar and the CUNY Graduate School of Journalism Foundation.
Overholser was until 2013 director of the USC Annenberg School of Journalism. Prior to that post, she held the Curtis B. Hurley Chair in Public Affairs Reporting for the Missouri School of Journalism, based in the school’s Washington bureau. She was for seven years editor of the Des Moines Register, leading the paper to a Pulitzer Prize for Public Service. While at the Register, she earned recognition as Editor of the Year by the National Press Foundation and was named “The Best in the Business” by American Journalism Review.
In addition, Overholser has been ombudsman of the Washington Post, a member of the editorial board of The New York Times, a syndicated columnist for the Washington Post Writers Group, and a reporter for the Colorado Springs Sun. She has been a columnist for the Columbia Journalism Review and was an early blogger for Poynter.org. She spent five years overseas, working and writing in Paris and Kinshasa.
Through the Annenberg Public Policy Center, in 2006 she published a manifesto on the future of journalism titled “On Behalf of Journalism: A Manifesto for Change.” She is also co-editor, with Kathleen Hall Jamieson, of the volume “The Press,” part of the Oxford University Press Institutions of American Democracy series.
Overholser has served on the boards of the Carnegie Endowment, the John S. Knight Fellowships at Stanford, the Committee of Concerned Journalists, the Center for Public Integrity and the National Press Foundation, and on the advisory boards of the Knight Foundation and the Poynter Institute. She was for nine years a member of the Pulitzer Prize Board, the final year as chair, and is a former officer of the American Society of Newspaper Editors. She is a fellow of the Society of Professional Journalists and of the American Academy of Arts and Sciences. She held a Nieman fellowship at Harvard and a Congressional fellowship with the American Political Science Association.
She holds a bachelor’s degree in history from Wellesley College, a master’s in journalism from the Medill School of Journalism at Northwestern University and a French language certificate from the Sorbonne. She has honorary doctorates from Grinnell College and St. Andrews Presbyterian College, and alumnae achievement awards from Wellesley, Northwestern and Medill.
Youngstown State University and the Dr. Dominic A. and Helen M. Bitonte College of Health and Human Services present “The Traveling Chefs from Taiwan,” a cultural exchange dinner that aims to raise funds for student scholarships in the Hospitality Management Program.
The event is Thursday, Sept. 5 in Stambaugh Auditorium in Youngstown. A cocktail hour is set for 6 p.m., followed by dinner at 7 p.m.
The sponsorship deadline is Aug. 26, and individual event tickets will be sold until Aug. 30. For more information, call 330.941.2139. To purchase a sponsorship or tickets, visit www.ysu.edu/traveling-chefs-taiwan. Checks payable to Youngstown State University can also be mailed to: Bitonte College of Health and Human Services, c/o Steve Katros, administrative assistant to the Dean, One University Plaza, Youngstown, OH 44555.
The event features the winners of the cooking show Iron Chef, Stone Hsu and Stanley Lee, who travel to select U.S. cities to increase cultural awareness. YT Chiu, a retired doctor, a former member of the YSU Board of Trustees and a current member of the YSU Foundation Board of Trustees, says the event is an opportunity to learn about another culture through its cuisine.
“The Chinese cooking will far surpass what people in America typically experience, but it’s really more about people exchanging ideas as they share a meal,” said Chiu.
The winners of the Iron Chef competition have been coming to the United States for years as part of the People to People diplomacy program, but they typically only visited five major cities. Chiu credits Florence Wang and her family for persuading the government of Taiwan to choose Youngstown for one of the stops. As a Chinese immigrant himself, Chiu believes it is important to learn about other cultures.
“We think of other people being the enemy; it’s so easy to misunderstand people who are different,” he said.
The dinner offers hands-on learning opportunities for YSU students in Hospitality Management, Food and Nutrition, and Dietetics. Students and alumni will assist in planning and setting up for the event, managing food services logistics and helping serve dinner to guests.
The celebration will involve cooking demonstrations, entertainment and an exchange of cultural traditions. The chefs will prepare a multi-course dinner that will include the following menu items: crispy prawn with wasabi mayo, egg tofu emerald vegetable fish roll, big cucumber fish paste soup, typhoon shelter sauce fillet with fried garlic, chicken roll with green onion sauce, fresh mango pudding, wildflower parrot swan.
Hsu has 20 years of experience in the Taipei restaurant industry. Lee holds a bachelor’s degree in hospitality management and a master’s degree in catering management. Both chefs have experience teaching the culinary arts and have received several awards.
The Citizens Police Academy gives residents a view of a police officer's daily duties and routine, including:
Police Department tour
911 Center tour
Ride-alongs with police officers
Classes that teach how officers must approach situations and the laws that apply
Schedule & Location:
Thursdays from September 12, 2019 through November 14, 2019, excluding Halloween
6:00 - 8:00 PM
Choffin Career and Technical Center, 200 E. Wood Street, Youngstown
Class is limited to the first 30 applicants. Call (330) 742-8921 to reserve your spot.
Youngstown, Ohio @ Covelli Center
Sep 21 – Sep 22 all-day
Typically, Remote Area Medical opens the clinic parking lot no later than 12 a.m. midnight on the first night of the event. Ticket distribution usually begins at 3 a.m., and patients are then served in numerical order according to their ticket number when clinic doors open, which typically occurs at 6 a.m. This process will repeat throughout the clinic days. In some situations, such as inclement weather, volunteer cancellations, or other circumstances outside of RAM’s control, ticketing may occur earlier than 3 am. RAM encourages everyone who would like services, especially dental services, to arrive as early as possible.
Dental, vision and medical services are provided on a first-come, first-serve basis. Due to time constraints, be prepared to choose between DENTAL and VISION services. Medical services are offered to every patient attending the clinic. This event is free and open to the public.
THIS SYMPOSIUM ON HUMAN TRAFFICKING, "THE FIGHT FOR FREEDOM" IS MEANT TO EDUCATE, BUT ALSO TO BRING TOGETHER ANYONE/EVERYONE WHO MIGHT BE AFFECTED OR SOMEONE WHO MIGHT COME INTO CONTACT WITH HUMAN TRAFFICKING IN ANY FORM.
OUR 5 MAIN AREAS THAT WE WILL CONCENTRATE AND PROVIDE MORNING AND AFTERNOON BREAKOUT SESSIONS AND PANEL DISCUSSION ON ARE:
STATE AND LOCAL LEGISLATIVE – PROBLEM STATEWIDE
REGIONAL AND LOCAL LAW ENFORCEMENT CLU OPPORTUNITY
MEDICAL/CLINICAL - I.E. HOSPITALS (TRIAGE/FIRST LINE OF CARE) CEU OPPORTUNITY
PSYCHOLOGICAL/SOCIAL WORK/DROP IN CENTERS/HOMES CEU OPPORTUNITY
EDUCATION/PREVENTION (SCHOOLS & UNIVERSITY) CLU OPPORTUNITY
IF YOU ARE REGISTERING FOR A C.E.U. OR C.L.E. YOU MUST EMAIL:
***YOU MUST PROVIDE YOUR NAME, PHONE # AND CONTACT EMAIL AND WHAT CEU OR CLE BREAKOUT SESSION YOU NEED AS THERE ARE LIMITED NUMBERS FOR EACH CATEGORY***
NO CHANGES IN SESSIONS AFTER OCTOBER 18TH!
OUR GOAL IS TO PROVIDE NOT ONLY NETWORKING OPPORTUNITIES TO WORK TOGETHER AND SHARE KNOWLEDGE, BUT WE WANT TO PROVIDE ALL ATTENDEES WITH TOOLS AND INFORMATION TO WALK AWAY WITH ACTIONABLE KNOWLEDGE, SO THAT THEY WOULD KNOW HOW TO ACT OR WHERE TO DIRECT A POTENTIAL VICTIM TO. WE FEEL THAT WORKING TOGETHER, WE MIGHT BE ABLE TO STEM THE TIDE OF THIS TERRIBLE GROWING TREND. PROFESSIONALS WORKING WITH VICTIMS AND OFFENDERS WILL GET VALUABLE TOOLS AND RESOURCES TO PUT INTO PLACE IN THEIR WORKPLACE.
***MORNING REFRESHMENTS & LUNCH IS INCLUDED IN TICKET PRICE*** (NO DIETARY SPECIAL REQUESTS)
CEU'S, CLE'S AND CLU'S WILL BE AVAILABLE AND SO PARTICIPANTS NEED TO BE THERE THE ENTIRE DAY IN ORDER TO RECEIVE THEIR RESPECTIVE CERTIFICATES AT THE END OF THE DAY. CREDENTIALING PROVIDERS WILL NEED YOUR INFORMATION AND FOR SCHEDULING SESSIONS FOR THIS REASON AS WELL.
AMVETS National Headquarters, August 26, 2019 – American Veterans (AMVETS) elected Jan Brown to serve as the organization’s 2019 – 2020 National Commander during AMVETS’ 75th Annual National Convention in Louisville, KY, August 24. The election signifies a milestone in AMVETS’ history, as Commander Brown will be the first female Commander for the organization.