Sharing is caring! Share Tweet Share Photo credit: stcatharines.cityguide.caA group of over twenty young persons from the north are hoping to encourage the young people of Dominica through the performing arts.‘Dominica Stars In Action’, a group of young persons from the north-northeastern communities will on Saturday join their talents to feature a play entitled ‘I’m pregnant for my dad’ at Azille’s Country Club in Bourne.The play, written and directed by Matthew Laplume, a young man who is no stranger to the performing arts sector, will be staged at 6:30pm on September 3rd.Mr Laplume said that the play is aimed at raising funds to produce a film entitled ‘The Lil’ Mad Boys Return’.Mr Laplume says the message in the play targets youth who are going through social problems as well as parents and guardians.“In the play there is a little bit of everything. It teaches young people to make the right decisions and demonstrates what the consequences are when they make bad decisions. It encourages parents to also make the right decisions for their family and show them how bad decisions can influence the lives of their children.”Tickets for the play cost $20.00 for adults and $10.00 for children.Dominica Stars In Action was first formed in 2009 and consists of members between the ages of 10 to 33.Members come from the communities of Penville, Vieille Case, Paix Bouche, Portsmouth, Bense, Thibaud, Cottage and Anse Sol Dat.Dominica Vibes News Share EntertainmentLocalNews Dominica Stars in Action raise funds to produce their film by: – August 30, 2011 20 Views no discussions
Paris Saint-Germain striker Neymar is reportedly willing to accept a 50% wage cut to secure a return to Catalonia this summer. Barcelona were linked with a move for their former star ahead of the current campaign, but were rumoured to be unwilling to pay PSG’s €200m asking price. Read Also: Ronaldo hangs out with girlfriend, oldest son in Madeira The Argentina international has a €111m clause at the San Siro, which becomes active in the first two weeks of July.´ However, due to the financial impact of the coronavirus pandemic, the Catalan giants are unlikely to sign both players, meaning Setien will have to prioritise one move. FacebookTwitterWhatsAppEmail分享 However, according to the front page of Monday’s edition of Mundo Deportivo, the 28-year old remains determined to rejoin Quique Setien’s side. The report states Neymar has already rejected a €100m renewal offer in the French capital, in order to force through a move back to Spain. PSG could lower their price to €150m in the coming weeks, with Neymar unwilling to extend his stay beyond June 2022.Advertisement Barcelona could be open to bringing the former Santos man back to La Liga, however they have also been heavily linked with a move for Inter Milan forward Lautaro Martinez. Loading… Promoted ContentA Soviet Shot Put Thrower’s Record Hasn’t Been Beaten To This DayThe Highest Paid Football Players In The WorldBirds Enjoy Living In A Gallery Space Created For ThemWhich Country Is The Most Romantic In The World?6 Unforgettable Shows From The 90s That Need To Make A Comeback10 Risky Jobs Some Women DoMind-Bending Technology That Was Predicted Before It Appeared10 Phones That Can Work For Weeks Without Recharging13 kids at weddings who just don’t give a hootWho Earns More Than Ronaldo?Couples Who Celebrated Their Union In A Unique, Unforgettable WayPortuguese Street Artist Creates Hyper-Realistic 3D Graffiti
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DES MOINES — The board that governs the three state universities has approved $65.4 million in budget cuts. Board of Regents president Michael Richards warned this may not be the end of the cuts.“We certainly anticipate that the detailed plans that our universities have made public for the fall 2020 semester will continue to be refined, added to and adjusted,” Richards said, “if need be.”University of Northern Iowa president Mark Nook said the budget reflects the “brutal facts” of the current situation.“We have been living and working in very uncertain times over the past several months and that uncertainty remains with us and will continue for several more months,” Nook said. “…As a university, we have become comfortable being uncomfortable.”University of Iowa president Bruce Harreld already ordered a salary freeze for 4200 campus employees.“Shutting down was one thing. Reopening is another,” Harreld said. “Every pocket of our university has been impacted by this virus.”The board approved early retirement incentives at Iowa State and ISU president Wendy Wintersteen estimated 100 faculty positions will be reduced through attrition.“We are addressing unprecedented revenue losses due to COVID-19: projected enrollment declined, reduced state appropriations,” Winterstein said. “…and the increased cost of preparing for the fall semester with a prioritization for health and safety.”The board approved salary cuts for the three university presidents. Iowa’s president is taking the largest — a 50 percent pay cut. The salary for Iowa State’s president will be reduced by 10 percent. UNI’s president is taking a nearly 12 percent pay cut, plus his deferred compensation will be cut in half.“I have been personally very impressed by our institutional leadership being willing to take pay reductions to help with the economic challenges our schools are facing,” Richards, the Board of Regents president, said. “…Everything we can do makes a difference in this pandemic.”In a news release, the board announced that due to the volatility surrounding college sports, the athletic budgets for the Hawkeye, Cyclone and Panther programs will be reviewed in September. A decision on the next phase of improvements to Iowa State’s Hilton Coliseum was delayed as well.