Facebook90Tweet0Pin0 Submitted by Providence Health & Services in Southwest WashingtonProvidence St. Peter Hospital Photo Courtesy of ProvidenceProvidence ministries in Southwest Washington will join The Evergreen State College, Olympia School District, Thurston County and Intercity Transit to recognize Earth Day, April 22, with a Dim Down from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m.“We are excited to partner with others in the community on Earth Day,” said Providence Sustainability Coordinator Keith Edgerton. “We have a long tradition of sustainability within Providence here in Southwest Washington.”Along with the partner organizations, Providence will be asking caregivers who are not using their electronic devices during the lunchtime hours on April 22 to turn off:ComputersLightsPrintersOther electronic devices“We all can make the Earth healthier and help save money by being aware of how much of our resources we use daily,” said Edgerton. “Providence has won a number of awards in recent years for sustainability. We have seen the financial benefit from all of these sustainable projects but are most proud of the community benefits that come from creating less pollution and saving our resources for future generations.“Providence Health & Services in Southwest Washington touches more lives in Thurston, Mason, Lewis, Grays Harbor and Pacific counties than any other health care provider. It is made up of Providence St. Peter Hospital, Providence Centralia Hospital and the 31 clinics of the Providence Medical Group. More than 3,500 caregivers work for Providence in Southwest Washington.
The Selects played the contest with 12 players and lost goalkeeper Darian Johnson, in the 87th minute due to a hip injury following a collision.Nolan Percival tied it in the 29th minute on a blast from distance.”(We) played a good possession game and had many opportunities to score in the first 45 minutes,” Szabo explained.Columbia Valley defended its Kootenay title and making a second straight trip to provincials.Nelson lost to Columbia Valley in Invermere last year.The teams tied 1-1 in the only other meeting at the Terry Walgren Soccer Tournament in May.Columbia Valley now advances to the BC Soccer Provincial B Cup July 9-12 in Penticton.Nelson Youth Soccer hosts the Girls Provincial B Cup July 9-12 at Lakeside Pitch for ages U13, U14 and U15. Columbia Valley scored three second half goals en route to a 4-1 victory over Nelson Selects in BC Soccer Provincial B U18 Boy’s Playdowns Saturday at the Lakeside Pitch in Nelson.Tied 1-1 at the half, Columbia Valley took the lead in the 52 minute and never looked back.”Columbia Valley came out strong in the second and restored their lead in the 52nd minute,” said Nelson coach Dan Szabo.”They kept the pressure up and scored a couple more for the 4-1 win.”
IN an increasingly sensitive world, you can always rely on business mogul Lord Alan Sugar to tell it like it is.The Apprentice kingpin, who is gearing up for the 15th series of the BBC1 hit which starts tonight, has laid into snowflake millennials for being offended by “anything” and pushing their woke views.10 In an exclusive interview, The Apprentice boss Lord Alan Sugar lets rip at snowflakesCredit: Getty – ContributorSpeaking exclusively to The Sun, Lord Sugar, 72, said: “The world has gone mad, it’s ridiculous, they are just looking for new things to be offended by.“It is absolutely crazy, you can’t say anything nowadays without offending somebody with how they look, dress, the colour of their skin or whatever.“It’s sickening, quite frankly.”And what does he think about a proportion of the woke generation campaigning for non-binary pronouns?10 The Apprentice and ex-Spurs boss takes aim at BBC footie pundit Gary LinekerCredit: AlamyThe move was recently championed by singer-songwriter Sam Smith and won him a lot of support and praise. But Lord Sugar’s view?“They need to pack it in, it’s nonsense,” he fumed.“The people promoting it need to be shipped off to Mongolia. Send them away, get them out the country. Go away. It always boils down to a small bunch of people that promote it.”The former Spurs chairman was in a typically gruff mood when we met at London’s Soho Hotel after the launch of the latest series of the business-based reality show.10 Lord Sugar says he caught out Piers Morgan owning up to some cosmetic workCredit: ITVThe subject of the easily offended clearly irks him, potentially as he’s still reeling from the reaction he received on social media for a tweet likening the Senegal football team to Marbella sunglasses sellers.‘AFFAIRS ON THE SHOW INEVITABLE’And for showing a jellyfish in a tiny bowl and joking it was his new pet, prompting accusations of animal cruelty.But it’s not just young snowflakes he’s happy to call out.10 The entrepreneur also admits that affairs between Apprentice contestants are unavoidableCredit: PA:Press AssociationHe took aim at Gary Lineker, who is paid £26,000 an appearance for Match Of The Day as part of his £1.75million salary from the BBC.Lord Sugar, who is still active as an independent peer in the House of Lords, is sceptical sports pundit Gary offered to take a pay cut because it was, “the right thing to do”.He said: “It’s entirely up to him. He now works as much for BT Sport as he does for the BBC.“I should imagine they might have said to him, ‘Hey, we used to have you exclusive for football, and now you’re doing the same thing for BT, how about we negotiate a new contract?’10 On climate change, Lord Sugar quips: ‘Maybe we’ll turn the lights off in the boardroom’Credit: PA:Press Association“I think he might have wrung it a little bit saying he volunteered it. I can’t imagine him volunteering it, quite frankly.”Wednesday night’s opening episode of The Apprentice sees the 16 wannabe entrepreneurs jet to South Africa for their first challenge.Unlike fellow Beeb juggernaut Strictly Come Dancing, which The Sun revealed last week had installed eco-friendly rules, The Apprentice producers have clearly disregarded concerns about their carbon footprint.Lord Sugar, who sold his electronics firm Amstrad to BSkyB for £125million in 2007, is dismissive of the issue.10 Alan Sugar starting out at 16 – he went on to become a business mogul and media personalityHe said: “I don’t think we thought about being carbon friendly and going on aeroplanes. Maybe when in the boardroom next we’ll turn the lights off.”The famous boardroom section sees candidates grilled by the billionaire and his aides, Karren Brady and Claude Littner. Suggesting the segment should be done in candlelight instead, Lord Sugar quipped: “That would then pollute the atmosphere.”Historically he disapproves of contestants using his show to chase the limelight, but he admits affairs between them are unavoidable.He said: “It’s none of my business, it happens every year. One pair of candidates have gotten married and had children.10 TV favourites Piers Morgan and Alan Sugar snap a selfie while on holiday with Dame Joan CollinsCredit: Instagram“They’re an entertaining and good bunch this year — some of them do need to be entertaining. I’m more interested in the credible ones. There are some funny characters too.”In the show’s earlier years, hopefuls vied for a highly paid job at one of Lord Sugar’s firms. But this annoyed other employees and after Lord Sugar threatened to quit the show, the prize changed to a £250,000 investment in the winner’s business idea. Lord Sugar approves of the set-up.But last month The Sun revealed he had parted ways with 2016 winner Alana Spencer and her cake brand.He maintains the split was amicable, adding: “She’s a good girl. I wish her all the luck.”His most cutting quipsSIR Alan is known for his boardroom broadsides. Here are six of the best . . .“It’s sink or swim, and you’ve most probably picked up by now that I don’t do life jackets.”Warning the 2010 candidates“If you nod your head any longer I’m going to put you on the back seat of my bloody car.”Tom Pellereau’s head-bobbing, 2011“Could be you’re here because you’re good with words and know the right thing to say at the right time. I know the words to Candle In The Wind. It don’t make me Elton John.”Sugar welcomes hopefuls, 2009“If I had been one of the recipients of your sales pitch, if it’s anything like what you’re doing now, I would have gotten’ hold of your head and pushed it in the bloody cake!”To Sara Dhada in 2008 Elsewhere business is booming, with his 2013 winner Dr Leah Totton, who went on to launch her own cosmetic clinics.While Lord Sugar admitted forking out £6,000 for an eye-bag treatment in 2007, he still hasn’t let her treat his deep-set frown lines with Botox injections, but he is tempted. He said: “I’ve avoided Botox, she’s not touched me at all. “She wants to get rid of my turkey neck, but I won’t let her yet. I am tempted to get rid of it, but I want a guaranteed promise I won’t be in pain.”One person he is happy to reveal has undergone some work is his social media sparring partner Piers Morgan.He said: “Piers Morgan doesn’t stop going on about me having cosmetic surgery.10 Apprentice 2013 winner Dr Leah Totton launched her own cosmetic clinicsCredit: Getty Images – Getty“But I caught him out the other day, and we have it on tape, that he’s had his teeth done.“I got him to admit it, finally, that he had them whitened.”As well as being as mentally sharp as ever, Lord Sugar strives to stay fit, exercising several times a week with gym and tennis sessions. But he discovered he had a killer heart defect and had a stent fitted 21 months ago. Then last month he had a knee replacement.‘BORIS IS A BIT ZANY BUT GETS THINGS DONE’Hours before going under the knife last month he said: “It will take me out for three weeks. It’s from doing too much sports, like tennis and cycling. And I’m too old. I’ll be able to go back to it after I’ve had it done, for sure.10 Labour peer Alan Sugar says Boris Johnson would probably do better than Jeremy Corbyn on the ApprenticeCredit: Richard Pohle – The Times“My heart’s in great condition. I keep fit and watch what I eat. In a way, sport relaxes me. I’m out cycling, the air is nice and clean, my mind is fresh. I don’t smoke, but I enjoy a drink, you’ve got to enjoy life.”Last week Lord Sugar confessed he would like to front The Apprentice for another five years, until he is 77, if the BBC renews his contract next year.He said: “I still love doing it because it’s starting up new business, it’s exciting and takes me back to the old days.“I like inspiring people. It’s irrelevant that we have a bad political climate at the moment.10 ‘Setting up new businesses takes me back to the old days’, says the former Amstrad bossCredit: Rex Features“They should close their ears to all of that and focus on themselves.”The London-born businessman has been clear about his views on Brexit, claiming it has made the country “a laughing stock”.And while he brands Prime Minister Boris Johnson “a criminal” he threatened to leave the country in May if Labour’s Jeremy Corbyn is elected. But who does he think would be a better candidate if they appeared on The Apprentice?“It’s an impossible question,” Lord Sugar admitted. “I suppose Boris because he can spin a story.most read in tv and showbiz’really hard’Kathryn Thomas opens up about ’emotional turmoil’ of suffering miscarriagesSINEAD STUDIESSinead O’Connor accepted to study healthcare as she wants to join frontlinelockdown lowsGeorge McMahon says this week’s been ‘awful’ as he speaks about lockdownExclusiveDAN GETS SHABBY TO GABBYJacqueline Jossa walks out on Dan after flirty text to Gabby AllenSTAR’S AIR-BOURNEMatt Damon jets back to US with family as he’s pictured at Dublin Airportbirthday surpriseRyan Tubridy reveals daughters got him shelf to store vinyls for birthday“I thought he was a great mayor of London, he did well, he gets things done, there’s no question, he’s a bit zany.“I lost interest and respect for him when he lied about the £350million a year on the NHS red bus. It has most probably caused us all this trouble and why people voted for us to leave.“But I don’t think Corbyn will be able to get us out of this mess — he is a communist, simple as that.”Piers Morgan sings ‘My Way’ while lunching with Joan Collins and Alan SugarGOT a news story? RING us on 0207 782 4104 or WHATSAPP on 07423720250 or EMAIL email@example.com
Despite this, the sports director said that “we have remnants for, if the coach sees fit, we sign another player or there is another market situation.” The signing of Sekou Gassama and his assignment to Fuenlabrada was also known today and the head of the sports field compared his situation to that of “Marcos André or Fede San Emeterio” and denied that the club has requested the transfer of Reinier: “Not today, but I think it’s an excellent player. Good players are always at the table, another thing is that they can arrive. I don’t think it’s possible.” and also did not rule out that there are more exits. Miguel Ángel Gómez was happy for the arrival of Hatem Ben Arfa, a player he tried to sign in his Sevilla stage as well. The sports director of Real Valladolid explained that “Talk about throwing a coin in the air watching the football he has. The doubts about his physical condition are normal and we have to assume them, but we have many examples of players who have gone through these circumstances and then have done well” and said that “he has not had any major injuries in recent years, he transmits a tremendous illusion to both the coach and me and he is a football sick, arrives with great enthusiasm and does not think of anything other than helping. He wants to show in the League that still has a lot of football and we took advantage of that because at another time it would be unattainable. “The sports director acknowledged that “we proposed (to Ben Arfa) a possibility to extend the contract, to make a longer one, but because of his economic profile, he has made a huge effort. He makes a huge commitment to be here and that’s why he wants to be the owner of his future when the end of the season comes and we have to accept it “ and said that “Sergio seems to be a differential player, a very special footballer, because of his weight and what he means. He is very excited about him.” Gómez denied, despite the fact that Caro was registered only one day before the game against Osasuna and that from the club several people have sent the message that there was no money, that there have been pecunary problems to sign, stating: “Today we had no problem registering “and all this with the memory that several players were not registered until the eve of the second day of the League.
RUNNING FOR JAMAICA Currently, our women are led by World Champion Danielle Williams, World Under-20 runner-up Rushelle Burton, and Olympic semi-finalist Megan Simmonds. While the future holds no guarantees, it surely won’t be long before Anderson, Allison, McDonald, and Brown entertain hopes of running for Jamaica at the highest level. St Elizabeth Technical High coach Reynaldo Walcott pinpointed sprint speed as the attribute shared by Russell, Anderson, and the other Champs record breakers. “Long and short, what you find is a lot of the fastest people are doing hurdles,” he observed in praise of the coaches who authored the slick hurdles performances at Champs, “and when you have that, a lot of speed just pushes them to go faster.” He might just be on to something. – Hubert Lawrence has made notes at track side since 1980. Britany Anderson started a fire when she casually snipped 0.01 seconds off the Class Two 100 metres hurdles record in the heats at the ISSA/GraceKennedy Boys and Girls’ Championships last week. The Raymond Graham-coached Vere Technical High School starlet ignited a blaze that burnt the sprint hurdles section of the Champs record books almost completely to ashes. When Anderson and company were finished, that section had a new look. Before the ink could dry on Anderson’s time, Shanette Allison of Holmwood Technical High School excised 0.07 from it and upgraded the record to 13.30. The Vere girl ended the tug of war with a mind-boggling run of 13.04 seconds in the semis and a solid win in the final. Anderson and Allison weren’t the only ones to light up the sprint hurdles. Gabrielle McDonald, De’Jour Russell, Danae Nembhard, and Jahvel Granville did their part in the greatest mass demonstration of sprint hurdling Champs has ever seen. McDonald and Russell earned pride of place. McDonald held off Janeek Brown of Wolmer’s Girls to give Edwin Allen High the Class One 100 metres hurdles gold in 13.12 seconds, while Russell of Calabar took Olympic 110 hurdles champion Omar McLeod off the books with a smooth and powerful clocking of 13.21 seconds in Class One. In 2014, Yohan Blake lost his pair of Champs 100 metre records to Raheem Chambers in Class Two and Zharnel Hughes in Class One. This time, Peta-Gay Williams got that harsh treatment in the hurdles. Not only did Anderson and Allison erase her Class Two record of 13.38 seconds, but she also lost her Class One record of 13.56 seconds. Williams might rue the heavy headwind of three metres per second that she faced when she set the Class One standard, but that’s history now. In the hurdles, Jamaica’s future glitters. Not only does the nation have McLeod, 2015 World Championship runner-up Hansle Parchment, and 2014 Commonwealth champion Andrew Riley on the men’s side now, but it appears that Russell could eventually join them on the world stage.
Peza offers relief to ecozone firms If Murray came to Washington in hopes of getting in some extra work as he tries to return to form after hip surgery in January, he is certainly accomplishing that.After rain delayed earlier action, three-time major champion Murray and Copil didn’t even start playing until midnight as Thursday turned to Friday. By the end, there were 100 or so fans in the main stadium at the hard-court tuneup for the U.S. Open.FEATURED STORIESSPORTSGinebra beats Meralco again to capture PBA Governors’ Cup titleSPORTSAfter winning title, time for LA Tenorio to give back to Batangas folkSPORTSTim Cone still willing to coach Gilas but admits decision won’t be ‘simple yes or no’After taking a 5-0 lead in the opening-set tiebreaker, Murray dropped seven consecutive points to hand the lead over to Copil.Former No. 1-ranked Murray is now at No. 832. He returned from an 11-month absence in June, playing just three matches before arriving at the Citi Open. Andy Murray, of Britain, hits his bag after losing the first set of a match against Marius Copil, of Romania, during the Citi Open tennis tournament in Washington, Friday, Aug. 3, 2018. (AP Photo/Andrew Harnik)WASHINGTON — Andy Murray sat in his changeover chair and sobbed into a towel after winning his third consecutive three-setter to reach the Citi Open quarterfinals.Murray worked deep into the night to get past 93rd-ranked Marius Copil of Romania 6-7 (5), 6-3, 7-6 (4) in a match that ended just past 3 a.m.ADVERTISEMENT Iker Casillas wants to finish career with Porto LATEST STORIES Lights inside SMX hall flicker as Duterte rants vs Ayala, Pangilinan anew Judy Ann’s 1st project for 2020 is giving her a ‘stomachache’ ‘High crimes and misdemeanors’: Trump impeachment trial begins Palace OKs total deployment ban on Kuwait OFWs After winning title, time for LA Tenorio to give back to Batangas folk In Friday’s quarterfinals, he will face 19-year-old Alex de Minaur of Australia.Sports Related Videospowered by AdSparcRead Next In fight vs corruption, Duterte now points to Ayala, MVP companies as ‘big fish’ Nadine Lustre’s phone stolen in Brazil MOST READ View comments Gov’t in no rush to rescue animals in Taal Don’t miss out on the latest news and information. Carpio hits red carpet treatment for China Coast Guard PLAY LIST 02:14Carpio hits red carpet treatment for China Coast Guard02:56NCRPO pledges to donate P3.5 million to victims of Taal eruption00:56Heavy rain brings some relief in Australia02:37Calm moments allow Taal folks some respite03:23Negosyo sa Tagaytay City, bagsak sa pag-aalboroto ng Bulkang Taal01:13Christian Standhardinger wins PBA Best Player award
Opposition Leader Bharrat Jagdeo on Wednesday described comments made by President David Granger with respect to his decision to reject two persons nominated by the President to be appointed as Guyana’s next Chief Justice and Chancellor, as disingenuous and dishonest. Jagdeo said it is his constitutional right to object to the appointment of any nominee if he has sufficient believe that a better candidate could be appointed. He maintained that a careful decision was taken after his due diligence process not to agree to the appointments of Justice Kenneth Benjamin and Yonette Cummings-Edwards as Guyana’s next substantive Chancellor and Chief Justice respectfully.“I’ve always harboured the suspicion, and I’ve spoken publicly about this before, that President Granger has to be living in a parallel universe,” the Opposition Leader remarked.He said for the President to “say that a decision of mine, which does not agree to his nominees for the Chancellor and Chief Justice positions would paralyse the Judiciary, is disingenuous. It is not only disingenuous, it is downright dishonest”.Jagdeo reminded that for 12 years, the People’s National Congress and the A Partnership for National Unity never agreed to a substantive appointment in the Judiciary as a whole, especially to the Chancellor and the Chief Justice’s posts and that did not paralyse the Judiciary. “To say now that my decision not to agree to his nominees will paralyse the Judiciary is dishonest”, Jagdeo insisted as he promised to address the comment made by the President in more detail during his next media briefing.
Jackson, Mo., school officials have apologized to a teenager who was ordered to change clothes after he wore a kilt to a school dance. Jackson High School senior Nathan Warmack received a letter Monday from the school district superintendent, Ron Anderson, who said he apologized for “the fact that he was humiliated and not permitted to wear his kilt” to the dance. Anderson also promised to train staffers in properly interpreting the dress code. Warmack, 18, said his actions helped fight discrimination. AD Quality Auto 360p 720p 1080p Top articles1/5READ MOREGift Box shows no rust in San Antonio Stakes win at Santa Anita “It’s just one of the walls that need to be broken down, but I feel I helped a lot,” he said. Warmack wore his kilt with a dress shirt, tie and dress shoes as a way to honor his Scottish heritage at a dance Nov. 5. The principal told Warmack to change into pants. The decision sparked an Internet petition and angered Scottish organizations that insisted the student’s outfit was appropriate. 160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set!
Pictured is actress and writer Amy Huberman with theatre masks launching the Bord Gais Energy Student Theatre Awards. This is the first year of the awards which have been set up by Bord Gais Energy to encourage and reward participation in drama among school children across Ireland. Open to primary (5th & 6th class) and secondary schools,the overall winner will receive a 1,000,euro bursary for their school and 1,000,euro worth of books for the school library. To find out how to take part in this year’s awards visit www.bordgaisenergy.ie/schools. Photo: Leon Farrell/Photocall Ireland.Bord Gáis Energy is calling on budding student playwrights in Donegal to take part in the first ever Bord Gáis Energy Student Theatre Awards.Actress, writer and Mum, Amy Huberman officially launched the awards which have been set up by Bord Gáis Energy to encourage and reward participation in drama among school children across Ireland.Open to 5th and 6th class in primary schools and all students in secondary school, this year’s awards will focus on creative dramatic writing. Students in Donegal are being asked to demonstrate their playwriting skills and write a short scene based on the theme of friendship. All shortlisted schools will win a class trip for up to 30 students and teachers to see War Horse ay the Bord Gáis Energy Theatre on 9th April 2014. The winning student in each category will receive a €150 One4all voucher. The overall winner will receive a €300 One4all voucher as well as a €1,000 bursary for their school and €1,000 worth of books for their school library.Entries can be submitted in script form, narrative form or in video form and closing date for entries is 13th February 2014.There are three categories for this year’s awards:• Primary (5th & 6th class) 500 words limit • Junior Secondary (1st – 3rd year) 750 word limit• Senior Secondary (4th/TY – 6th year) 1,000 word limitVideo submissions should be no longer than five minutes and must include a written copy of the scene also. Entries can be submitted in English or Irish to firstname.lastname@example.org or by post to The Bord Gáis Energy Student Theatre Awards, Real Youth, Fumbally Court, Fumbally Lane, Dublin 8.All shortlisted schools will win a class trip for up to 30 students and teachers to see War Horse ay the Bord Gáis Energy Theatre on 9th April 2014. The winning student in each category will receive a €150 One4all voucher. The overall winner will receive a €300 One4all voucher as well as a €1,000 bursary for their school and €1,000 worth of books for the school library.Commenting on the launch Amy Huberman said: “I am delighted to help officially launch the first ever Bord Gáis Energy Student Theatre Awards. These awards have been set up to reward and encourage participation in drama in schools and I think it’s really important that we recognise young creative talent from an early age and encourage young people to take part in drama and writing. Growing up I always had an interest in acting and writing and had there been something like this when I was at school, I would have definitely taken part. “I would like to wish all those taking part in Donegal the very best of luck in this year’s awards and I look forward to judging the shortlist in March.”Irene Gowing, Sponsorship & Brand Manager, Bord Gáis Energy said: “We are pleased to launch the Bord Gáis Energy Student Theatre Awards. There’s a huge amount of students in Donegal putting time and effort into writing and drama in schools and through these awards we want to recognise and reward these young creative people.”Closing dates for entries is Thursday 13th February. The top finalists will be announced in March 2014 and the awards will take place at the Bord Gáis Energy Theatre on Wednesday, 9th April. For further information on the awards, visit www.bordgaisenergy.ie/schoolsCHANCE FOR BUDDING STUDENT PLAYWRIGHTS TO WIN TOP PRIZES was last modified: January 20th, 2014 by John2Share 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:AMY HUBBERMANBord GaisPLAYWRIGHT AWARDS
BREAKING NEWS: A body has been found on a beach in Greencastle.The discovery was made this morning by a person out walking on the beach.Gardai were alerted and travelled to the scene. Garday are liaising with the PSNI in Derry to examine if the body found may be that of a man who went missing there recently.Gardai are examining a number of tattoos on the man in a bid to identify him.It is still unclear as to the cause of death of the person.A source revealed “It is still very early yet as to knowing what exactly happened. The body has not yet been identified and it is still unclear as to how the person died.” The body has now been taken to Letterkenny General Hospital where a post mortem is expected to be carried out later today.DONEGALDAILY.COM – FIRST WITH ALL THE BREAKING NEWS STORIES!EndsMAN’S BODY FOUND ON DONEGAL BEACH was last modified: October 24th, 2011 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:beachbody foundGreencastle