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PAWI conference currently underway in D’ca

first_img Share Tweet Share Share Bishop Micheal Daniel. Photo credit: dominicacentral.comDominica is host country for the Pentecostal assemblies of the West Indies annual regional conference currently underway.Host Bishop Michael Daniel says the meeting which began at the Garraway Hotel this morning will seek to assess the progress the assemblies has made over the past yearsThis meeting brings together all of the district bishops of the islands in the West Indies where we have churches and we will be discussing the forward movement of the fellowship, accessing the work that is being done by the organization…” he said.Bishop Daniel says a symposium will follow the two day meeting.He says all PAWI members will congregate at the Peoples auditorium in Goodwill Sunday for a rally to bring the conference to a close.PAWI Dominica currently has 26 churches and 24 pastors. The organization is over 100 years old.Dominica Vibes Newscenter_img FaithLifestyleLocalNews PAWI conference currently underway in D’ca by: – June 22, 2011 74 Views   no discussions Sharing is caring!last_img read more

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Elmer L. Goldsmith

first_imgElmer L. Goldsmith, age 77 of Oldenburg, died Thursday, March 17, 2016 at St. Andrew’s Health Campus. Born March 29, 1938 in Batesville, he is the son of Catherine (Nee: Middendorf) and Albert Goldsmith. He married Carol Gindling April 23, 1960 at St. Nicholas Church near Sunman and she preceded him in death on March 12, 2009. Elmer worked as a machinist 35 years at the Bearing Corporation of America/Federal Mogul plant before retiring in 1991. He was a member of Holy Family Church, Knights of Columbus Council #1461, Knights of St. John Commandry #220 and Cricket Ridge Golf Course.Elmer enjoyed many interests. He loved spending time at the family farm and talking farming with those he hauled water to. According to his family, Elmer simply enjoyed visiting with and being around people which led to him being a regular for coffee at McDonald’s in the mornings. An avid golfer, he was also a fan of the Reds, the Bengals, Xavier basketball and Notre Dame football as well as a league bowler for many years. All in the Family, Hee Haw and Lawrence Welk were among his favorite programs. Elmer liked to study history, kept up with the grandkids activities and enjoyed playing cards. 7-up and Rummy were among his favorites although the rules might change depending on the location of the game. The family also looked forward to the poker game at Christmas time.He is survived by daughters Jill Reidy of Batesville, Paula Fledderman of Oldenburg; sons Tom and Mark of Oldenburg, Dan of Batesville; brother Artie of Batesville; thirteen grandchildren; one great grandchild and two more on the way. He is preceded in death by his wife and his parents. Visitation is Sunday, March 20th, from 1 – 4 p.m. at the Weigel Funeral Home with a prayer service at 1 p.m. Funeral services are 10 a.m. Monday, March 21st at Holy Family Church with Rev. David Kobak O.F.M. officiating. Memorials may be made to the Holy Family Capital Improvement Fund.last_img read more

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Croatia defender Caleta-Car joins Marseille

first_imgParis, July 21: World Cup runners-up Croatia’s center back Duje Caleta-Car has joined nine-time French champions Marseille on a five-year contract, becoming the Ligue 1 club’s first signing during the off-season before the 2018-19 campaign.Caleta-Car, 21, started for Croatia in the final group match against Iceland. Croatia lost 4-2 to France in last Sunday’s final of the 2018 FIFA World Cup in Russia, reports Xinhua news agency.Caleta-Car has been with Red Bull Salzburg for four seasons, winning the Austrian Bundesliga four times and national cups three times. Last season, he played 28 league games and 13 Europa League matches.Standing 1.92 meters tall, Caleta-Car boasts an impressive physical presence with a very strong aerial game.“This young player, who has already tasted experience in European competitions, will continue his development alongside experienced players in the beautiful atmosphere of the Orange Velodrome,” Marseille said in a statement. IANSlast_img read more

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This Wearable Tracks Vital Information in Mass Casualty Situations

first_img Next-Gen Google Glass Wearable Ready For BusinessCan Smart PJs Help You Get a Good Night’s Sleep? When mass casualty incidents occur—as they seem to almost daily in America—each second counts for first responders on the scene.But amidst the chaos of an accident, natural disaster, or terrorist attack, monitoring every victim can be difficult and overwhelming.So researchers at the U.S. Department of Energy’s Pacific Northwest National Laboratory (PNNL) developed a solution.VitalTag is an adhesive sensor that measures and tracks a patient’s vital signs, allowing rescuers to triage, treat, and transport the injured.The single-lead electrocardiogram detects, monitors, and wirelessly transmits metrics like blood pressure, respiration rate, blood oxygen levels, and shock index.Just stick it onto a person’s sternum, and VitalTag does the rest, securely broadcasting real-time patient data to a mobile device or laptop.This wearable will keep first responders connected to their patients via a suite of sensors and a mobile app (via VitalTag)Paramedics and emergency medical technicians can view an individual’s medical status and location via an incident map. And, should things take a turn for the worse, the system will send an alert.“First responders told us they need a device to continuously monitor patients in demanding environmental conditions,” Grant Tietje, a former first responder who manages the Responder Technology Alliance at PNNL, said in a statement. “VitalTag provides a wearable, cost-effective health monitoring solution.”Not only have researchers consolidated expensive and bulky equipment into a wearable device, but they’ve embedded artificial intelligence. Machine learning algorithms interact with sensor hardware to create an intuitive user interface that helps responders do more, according to the lab.“It is a resource multiplier,” PNNL data scientist Luke Gosink said. “Yes, ambulances have these types of equipment but usually only a few of each.“With VitalTag, many more patients can be monitored simultaneously and continuously,” he added. “More situational awareness, like that achieved with VitalTag, can result in better patient outcomes.”Still in the prototype phase, PNNL’s technology will receive a limited evaluation assessment before making its commercial debut. The lab has high hopes for VitalTag, including monitoring high-performance athletes during training, military warfighters, medically vulnerable populations, and veterinary medicine.More coverage on Geek.com:Cow Wearable Helps Aussie Farmers Track LivestockThis Wearable Ultrasound Patch Could Save Your LifeWearable EKG Sensor Monitors Long-Term Health Stay on targetlast_img read more

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