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Zara Blackmore | New England Focus
“We can’t do everything, we can’t do nothing, but we can all do something”… NEGS student Zara Blackmore is definitely doing something! Community-minded, passionate, focused, and an advocate for local youth, mental health and those less fortunate in our community, Zara has been recognised with a 2019 National Council of Women NSW Dame Marie Bashir Peace Award …
Hi Zara. By way of introduction, tell us a little about yourself, your family and your background in Armidale …
I have lived in Armidale all my life, and I started at NEGS in Transition in 2006, where my mum was working as a secondary teacher at the time. My mother now works at the University of New England, and my father works with the NSW Department of Primary Industries. 
Whilst I have been at NEGS for my whole schooling, I was also fortunate to spend two months at a school in Paris, as part of the Round Square Exchange Program.
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5 days ago by rgl7194
Windgate Fellowship
Unrestricted support for emerging artists whose work is informed by craft processes, materials, and traditions.

The Windgate Fellowship Award program was established by the Center for Craft, Creativity & Design (CCCD) to encourage and advance the development of serious, innovative artists in the United States whose work is in some way related to, or informed by, the processes, materials, traditions, and/or sensibilities of craft. The award is designed to advance the understanding of craft by encouraging and supporting re search, scholarship, and professional development. This is one of the largest awards offered nationally to art students.Each year, the Center invites over 100 Colleges and Universities across the United States to participate in the program. These institutions are invited to nominate two graduating seniors with exemplary skill in craft to compete in the national award competition. Ten graduating seniors will be selected by a Windgate panel representing curators, artists, and faculty to receive a $15,000 award.
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10 days ago by risdgrants
PhD Ben Meinen was awarded the 2019 Lorne Russwurm for Outstanding assistant performance.…
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13 days ago by tolkien
2019 Public Affairs Agencies of the Year, North America | Holmes Report
The Holmes Report's selections for 2019 North America PR Agencies of the Year, across specialist and size categories.
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15 days ago by mifepba
The nonprofit My Turn will receive New Hampshire Advantage Award from BIA | Union Leader
My Turn, a nonprofit that helps youth further their education and obtain jobs, will be honored with the New Hampshire Advantage Award by the Business and Industry Association at its annual meeting Oct. 16.
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21 days ago by eversourcenh
Corey Seager wins NL Player of the Week - True Blue LA
What a week
On Monday, MLB announced that Corey Seager was the National League Player of the Week. During the week, Seager hit .500/.524/1.000/1.524 with two home runs and seven RBI.
He had two hits in all five games played, including five extra base-hits. It wasn’t just these last five games that Seager has been hot with the bat, his stellar play stretches back a few weeks. Over his last 12 games, he’s hitting .375 with an OPS of 1.171. During this stretch, he has five homers and 16 RBI. He has at least two hits in six straight games, and seven of his last eight games.
It’s been an up-and-down season for Seager, but it appears he’s getting hot at just the right time. On the year, he’s hitting .273/.336/.478/.814. Though he’s only played in 129 games, he’s set a career-high with 41 doubles, which is the fourth best in the NL.
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28 days ago by rgl7194
Mancini, Seager nab Player of the Week honors
Major League Baseball selected Orioles slugger Trey Mancini and Dodgers shortstop Corey Seager as the American and National League Players of the Week presented by W.B. Mason.
Mancini, 27, pounded Tigers, Blue Jays and Mariners pitchers to the tune of a .462/.484/.846 slash line, homering twice and doubling four times in 26 at-bats. The fourth-year outfielder/first baseman is batting .354 in September, with six doubles, five homers and 19 RBIs in 20 games.
Seager, 25, is riding an eight-game hit streak -- with multiple hits in each of the past six -- and he batted .500 with two homers, two doubles and a triple in five games over the past week. The Los Angeles star drove in seven runs over those five contests, giving him an NL-most 21 RBIs in September.
This is the first career Player of the Week Award for both Seager and Mancini. Seager was the 2016 NL Rookie of the Year Award winner, and he also took home the league’s Rookie of the Month honors in June of that season.
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28 days ago by rgl7194

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