PLAS Excel Club honors first responders

first_img By The Penny Hoarder You Might Like Probate judge candidates disagree on marriage license issue The Republican candidates for Pike County probate judge have differing views on “keep(ing) Pike County out of the marriage license… read more Latest Stories “These students realize that first responders are their neighbors — their friend’s dad or a member of their church — and the word, first responder, becomes more personal and that changes the way young people look at the people behind the badges,” he said.Danny Barron, Troy Police Department, said the First Responders Breakfast shows that the Excel Club members stand with the community’s first responders.“Knowing they stand with us means a lot to the officers of the Troy Police Department and I’m sure to all of the first responders here today,” Barron said. “We thank the Pike Liberal Arts School Excel Club for its support and for this wonderful breakfast.”Jordan said the Excel Club was honored to have the first responders as their guests.The breakfast is one of many ways the Excel Club reaches out to the community, she said. “The club donated to the McGruff Crime Dog costume, sponsored canned food drives, sponsored a dance and donated the admission money to the Salem-Troy Baptist Association Food Bank, hosted a Flag Day event and had a clean-up day for Sav-A-Life,” Jordan said. “We focus on Exchange’s four programs of service: Americanism, youth activities, community service and prevention of child abuse.” Print Article Next UpTroy Police Chief Randall Barr said he and his officers greatly appreciate the support of young people and their acknowledgement of the jobs they do.“Young people are our future and to know they recognize and appreciate what first responders do means a lot to all of us,” Barr said. “What first responders do is not easy. It’s hard work but it’s work that must be done to keep our communities safe.”Barr said the world has changed and continues to change at a rapid pace. Remember America’s heroes on Memorial Day PLAS Excel Club honors first responders Email the author Messenger photo/Jaine treadwellTroy police officer Danny Barron and other officers make plates Wednesday at Pike Liberal Arts School, where breakfast was served free of charge by students. Plans underway for historic Pike County celebration Pike County Sheriff’s Office offering community child ID kits “We have to be prepared for change and that’s not easy to do because things now move so fast,” he said. “The problems we have and the dangers we face today are not the same as those we faced just a few years ago and won’t be the same problems we’ll have to face in the future. We have to be prepared and ready to respond to whatever situations we face.”Barr said first responders are dedicated men and women who put others and their welfare before themselves.“To know that we are appreciated by young people really means a lot,” he said.Sheriff Russell Thomas agreed and said events such as the PLAS First Responders Breakfast are opportunities for young people and first responders to interact. Book Nook to reopen Sponsored Content Troy falls to No. 13 Clemson The Pike Liberal Arts School Excel Club hosted a First Responders Breakfast for those in the Troy area who are first on the scene when emergencies occur, whether natural or man-made. Alissa Jordan, PLAS Excel Club sponsor, said this is the third year the Excel Club has hosted a breakfast for the Troy area first responders and the club members look forward to the breakfast each year. “Our first breakfast was for our firefighters but since then we have invited all our first responders because we depend on all of them to keep us safe and to help us in times of emergencies,” Jordan said. “The First Responders Breakfast is an opportunity to say thank you for all you do to serve and protect the Troy community. Thank you for being there for us.” By Jaine Treadwell Published 9:01 pm Wednesday, March 14, 2018 The Penny Hoarder Issues “Urgent” Alert: 6 Companies… Around the WebMd: Do This Immediately if You Have Diabetes (Watch)Blood Sugar BlasterIf You Have Ringing Ears Do This Immediately (Ends Tinnitus)Healthier LivingHave an Enlarged Prostate? 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Disaster Discussion Help.

first_imgAs terror takes over television and the national consciousness, children may be confused. In most Georgia counties, the University of Georgia Extension Service has agents trained in family and consumer science and youth development.”Nothing could prepare us for this unspeakable disaster,” Bower said. “But there are resources to consider as we all try to find some meaning in this madness.”The Extension Service and the UGA College of Family and Consumer Sciences have created and posted publications to help families discuss this tragedy with children.The publications can be found on the Internet at http://www.fcs.uga.edu/extension/index.html or by contacting your county Extension Service agent.”Most of these publications deal with helping others, especially young people, cope with the grief we are experiencing personally and as a nation,” Bower said. A basic point to remember:Children don’t have an automatic fear response to news reports. They look primarily to the adults around them for cues on which emotional response to adopt. If their parents and teachers are calm, then children will respond with calm, too.Parents and teachers should carefully monitor their own reactions to the news reports, Bower said. This simple act will prevent most of the problems clinical psychologists worry about.While helping young people work though this horror, Bower said, “be sensitive, too, to adults who may already be struggling with depression and anxiety.”last_img read more

Mixed fortunes for Tipp clubs in Munster cups

first_imgA late drop goal from Richmond earned them a 10-9 semi-final win over the Tipperary club.Meanwhile, Thurles are through to the final of the Munster Junior Clubs Challenge Shield.They booked their place in the decider courtesy of a 14-3 home win over Cobh Pirates. They don’t know who’ll they play yet as the other semi-final between Mallow and Abbeyfeale was postponed owing to an unplayable pitch.last_img