A successful mother with multiple careers who has also disproven the famous saying, “Jack of all trades, master of none”, has made so many positive accomplishments that LIB LIFE was propelled to speak with her.Over the weekend she joined LIB LIFE to share how she manages all of her talents and musters enough skill to master it all.Her most successful talent as a radio personality enabled her to work with Global Afric, an online radio in the USA. During her time at Global Afric, she interviewed Millionaire Rick Fettke, Tennessee Titan’s Linebacker, a Liberian Native, Rennie Curran and WNBA player Matee Ajavon.One of many success stories she shares is her position in the US Military and her upcoming plans.“After my military career, I will continue on as a writer. I’m actually working on my second book. This one is a novel. Also I am partnering with Jon Bricks to open a record company,” she said.LIB LIFE: it is amazing being able to talk with you. Can you tell us a little bit about yourself?BM: My name is Berenice Mulubah. I’m originally from Harper City, Maryland County. I’m a blogger and also in the US Marine Corps. I am the manager of Hip-Co artist, Jon Bricks, and run a social media blog called ‘C Liberia Clearly’. LIB LIFE: How do you balance being a successful mother with the demands of your career?BM: Honestly, there is no magical technique I have in place. Like all hard working mothers around the world, I have my priorities in order: God, Family, Country and lastly myself. LIB LIFE. What else do you do apart from being a mother, Marine and a manager?BM: I spend the rest of my time writing, researching and interviewing amazing Liberians who are doing positive things for our nation.LIB LIFE: Apart from the military, what are your future plans?BM: I’ll be devoting my time as a volunteer doing community service, focusing on sexual violence against women. I have started with the Spread Your Lappa Campaign: Fight Against Rape in Liberia. This campaign will be on April 11, 2015 at the BYC Sports Complex at 1pm. Over all, I’m just being a loving mother to my kids, a good wife and a decent citizen to my country. LIB LIFE: How long have you been in the music industry as a manager and what inspired your move.BM: Hmm. I’ve been a manager for a few months and jumped into the game to help promote Liberian music worldwide.LIB LIFE: There has been lot of romantic messages between you and Jon Bricks on social media like FaceBook. What is your relationship with him like? BM: Jon Bricks introduced me to his parents and kids as the love of his life. And in return I introduced him to my parents and kids as the love of my life. He has my name as a tattoo on his arm. I think it is safe to say we are in a committed relationship. LIB LIFE: Wow, I guess my notion was right. (Laughter) You were nominated for best radio personality category of Liberia Entertainment Awards (LEA) in 2014. What has ushered you this far.BM: Well, it was my move on to TMZ online radio, now called Radio Afric. While I was with Radio Afric I interviewed Fatu Gayflor, Benoni Urey, Sundaygar Dearboy and many other personalities. LIB LIFE: Thanks for the interview and your time, which I know you barely had. Do you have anything to add?BM: My primary focus is the entertainment industry and also being a member of the Liberian Entertainment Awards Academy (LEA). I believe in the rich entertainment industry in Liberia. We just have to learn how to value and appreciate our culture. I am also hoping that more Liberians will join the Spread Your Lappa Campaign: Fight against Rape in Liberia, at the BYC Sports Complex in Monrovia and at 340 Rev. S. Howard Woodson, Jr. Way, Trenton NJ 08618, to foster community awareness on rape prevention. Share this:Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)
A Joseph Pollydore Street, Lodge, Georgetown resident was on Tuesday arrested after she attempted to smuggle a quantity of marijuana into the Camp Street Prison.Based on reports received, the woman, Nicola Clarke, turned up at the penitentiary with food for her husband, Orpheus Johnson, a murder accused.As the woman presented the boxes of food at the checkpoint, the officers discovered two well-wrapped packages containing the marijuana. One of the boxes reportedly contained cook-up rice while the other had curry and rice.The packages were neatly placed under the rice. They were immediately ripped open and the illegal drug was found. Clarke is expected to be charged shortly.Her husband was on remand for the murder of Travis Rudder, which took place at Nandy Park, East Bank Demerara (EBD) back in 2015. In that same incident, his son and reputed wife were seriously injured. Of recent, several contraband items were smuggled into the prisons. These items include cigarette lighters, marijuana, improvised weapons, cellphones and cellphone cards.In February last, a Joint Services operation at the Mazaruni Prison unearthed several cellular phones and improvised weapons, among other contraband items.The six-hour search exercise resulted in the discovery of four cellphones, five phone chargers, three USB cables, a memory card, 30 lighters, 15 smoking utensils, six improvised weapons and several other items, the Guyana Police Force said in a brief statement on Thursday evening.One week prior to that, a 26-year-old prison officer attached to the New Amsterdam Prison was arrested after he was caught with 528 grams of cannabis and 20 packs of cigarettes at the facility.
“Everything is for the community” Program Supporter for the Trades department, Brenda Mitchell said. “All of our students are from the community… [so] we like to pick a cause each year.”Members of the community enjoyed a free barbeque, a blow -up jousting ring, street hockey and chance to socialize in a fun environment.Ty Dillavough studies oil and gas field operating at the college and says he came out to play some hockey and “come together as a group to have a good time.”- Advertisement -The event is sponsored by local businesses and community members, including Specta Energy, Imperial Oil, Progress Energy, staff members and the Evangelical Church.
LAGUNA BEACH – Another headless bird was found on an Orange County beach, adding to a string of similar discoveries since last Thursday, authorities said today. The beheaded bird, believed to be a dove or pigeon, was found around noon yesterday on the north side of Main Beach, said Sgt. Jason Kravetz of the Laguna Beach Police Department. “We are looking at all kinds of things — Halloween prank stuff, kids or cold, ritualistic-type activities,” Kravetz said. Seven beheaded animals have been found on local beaches — two goats, three chickens, one rooster and one dove or pigeon. Investigators have been trying to determine who is killing these animals, Kravetz said. Anyone with information on these crimes was urged to call the Laguna Beach Police Department at (949) 497-0701. For news and observations about crime in Los Angeles and the San Fernando Valley, check out the Daily News’ crime blog by clicking here.160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set! The first animal was discovered on Nov. 8 around 2 p.m. when an Animal Services officer was sent to Picnic Beach because a beheaded goat inside a purple woven bag had washed onto the shoreline. The officer also found a beheaded chicken close by, Kravetz said. Two hours later that same day, the same officer was sent to Sleepy Hollow Beach because a second headless goat washed up onto the shore. It was again inside a purple sack that appeared to have been used for carrying onions according to its markings. Two more beheaded chickens were also found nearby that same afternoon, Kravetz said. On Tuesday morning a beheaded rooster was found on Picnic Beach, he said. Laguna Beach police were unsure if the animals washed up on the shore or if they were placed there. “They are wet. That means they are close to the surf line or they are washing up,” Kravetz said. “It’s very unusual. It’s something I haven’t seen in my 18 years on the job.”
1 Bertrand Traore (right) in action for Ajax Lyon will pay Chelsea £16.75m to land young striker Bertrand Traore ahead of Everton and West Ham.The French club look well set to hold off the Premier League pair in order to complete a deal for Traore.However there were still question marks over the deal, with Chelsea and Lyon yet to agree a fee.But now L’Equipe has claimed that a deal has been reached with a sum of around £16.75m heading Chelsea’s way and the 21-year-old set to sign a five-year deal.The Burkina Faso-born hotshot had emerged as a target for both Everton and West Ham after he scored nine goals in 24 appearances on loan at Ajax last season.But Lyon moved quickly to land him despite strong interest from within England.
Donegal has come out on top as Ireland’s leading county for business networking.More than 1,200 Irish businesses who are members of the world’s largest business networking group, Business Networking International (BNI) are celebrating the generation of €43.6 million worth of business in 2012, marking an increase of more than 9% on business generated in 2011. And the Donegal chapter of the Irish group is celebrating after it was named the top business networking group in both Ireland and the UK.Members of BNI in Ireland benefit from a unique referral system which is similar to having dozens of sales people working as part of a their team. It is this “word of mouth marketing” that has enabled Irish members to generate almost €150 million worth of new business since 2009.Donegal’s Stronghold Chapter came out on top with the most referrals among its 47 members on a weekly basis. This puts the Donegal Chapter who meet each week in Lough Eske Castle ahead of over 600 groups and 15,000 members in both countries.Speaking of the group’s success, Aidan McHugh, Stronghold Chapter Director said, “We are thrilled to be announced as the top performing Chapter in the UK and Ireland. This is a huge achievement for us given the fact that there are over 600 groups in Ireland and the UK. However, each of our members work extremely hard to identify business opportunities for one another and it is this dedication which has brought us to this point.” BNI Ireland South and West which incorporates chapters predominantly along the western seaboard support over 3,000 jobs among its members and expect numbers to grow this year.Speaking of Ireland’s success, Sandra Hart, Executive Director of BNI Ireland South & West said, “Ireland has always been a nation of networkers and these figures prove this. Our members span a range of sectors from health to finance, trades and corporate services, proving that networking works for every business regardless of where you are based. There is still business to be won and done in Ireland and our members are testament to this. I believe the more companies which network effectively together, the stronger our local and national economy will become.”She continued, “The Stronghold Chapter is testament that you do not need to live in a big city to generate lots of business. By having dedicated support around you anything is achievable. BNI is about building relationships and trust with like minded business people to grow your business and we look forward in aiding this drive in 2013.” DONEGAL IS BEST BUSINESS NETWORKING COUNTY IN IRELAND was last modified: February 26th, 2013 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)
Caught! Ferry’s lorry dumping illegally at DerryreelTHE owner of Donegal’s largest waste disposal company is facing an investigation by environment chiefs after dropping a legal challenge – and could face sanctions including the loss of his license.Jim Ferry, who is 56, could lose his business if environment agency bosses find he is unfit to carry on his Ferry’s Refuse Company based outside Manorcunningham. Ferry had lodged an appeal in the Circuit Court against a conviction handed down last October when he was found guilty of illegal dumping, but lawyers have now withdrawn the appeal.He was originally convicted and fined €12,000 at Falcarragh District Court sitting in Letterkenny after a lengthy legal battle.Judge Paul Kelly also ordered Ferry to pay Donegal County Council a total of €30,750 in costs.The Environmental Protection Agency says it is now reviewing Ferry’s license.A spokeswoman for the EPA said: “Regarding an existing licensee, the agency could form the view that a licensee is no longer a fit and proper person and proceedings can be commenced to revoke a licence.”Applications to renew a licence could also be affected by a conviction.“In assessing an application for a waste licence under the Waste Management Act 1996, as amended, the Agency is obliged to ensure that the applicant is a fit and proper person to hold a waste licence,” the spokeswoman said.“As part of the assessment of fit and proper person, the Agency will seek information on any relevant convictions under the relevant legislation. The nature and gravity of the conviction would be taken into account by the Agency in reaching its decision on whether to grant or refuse a licence.”Ferry, of Rossbracken, Manorcunningham, but originally from Falcarragh, contested 12 charges but was found guilty after a three day trial.The illegal dumping took place at Doire Uí Fríll, Falcarragh, on June 10, 2010 on land right in front of his own mother’s house (pictured).Earlier this week Ferry withdrew his application to appeal the conviction when it came up before the Circuit Court in Donegal.He must now pay out the fine and the costs totalling €42,750.But he could also lose his entire business.The illegal dumpINVESTIGATION LAUNCHED INTO DONEGAL’S LARGEST REFUSE COLLECTOR AFTER COURT CASE was last modified: March 30th, 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:Costscourtdonegalferry’s refuseillegal dumping
MOBILE, Ala. — John Lynch and Kyle Shanahan won’t be taking any of their players this week at No. 2 overall, but with a pick each in Rounds 2, 3 and 4 during April’s draft an intriguing South squad crop gives the 49ers options for the later rounds if they choose to dip into their Senior Bowl evaluations.Here are five players on the South team this week who might be interesting selections on draft day.South Carolina WR Deebo SamuelClemson head coach Dabo Swinney told NFL Network Tuesday that …
Mrs Mpumalanga second runner-up 2017 – Lucia Ochan, is playing her part whilst in the running for the prestigious crown of Mrs Africa 2019. As a prominent businesswoman, founder and patron of the Lucia O Foundation. Mrs Ochan is making strides towards a better future for all in her community, this through her Emphakatsi – INdlovukati (She Elephant) – Women in leadership and rural women empowerment series project.The project will be launched in partnership with rural women in order to uplift, empower and develop the community positively.“The reality is that many rural people are rendered second-class citizens in their own countries,” said Ochan, adding, “They are often far removed from urban economic nodes and live under extreme measures of poverty often without basic amenities such as clean drinkable water, sanitation, housing, electricity, schools, etc.” The launch will consist of a Creative Masterclass for upcoming young fashion designers (youths between the ages of 18-26) in the morning and provide insights into the clothing, textile and jewellery industry. Brand South Africa through its Constitution awareness programme, fully supports initiatives that seek to ensure that the values enshrined in the widely admire constitution, are indeed a lived experience by all parts of our society. “Through our Play Your Part programme, Brand South Africa pursues to celebrate those amongst the community who take it upon themselves to initiate positive social change. We hope this programme inspires other members of the community to get involved and ensure young people can be fully engaged in their right to education”, said Brand South Africa’s Stakeholder Relations Manager; Ms Toni Gumede. Programme and Details: Date: 15 November 2018Venue: Nutting House, MbombelaTime: 11h00 – 15h00
Geocache Name:Georgia on my mind (GCV3AH) SharePrint RelatedIt’s Time to Kick It Up a Notch — Apollos pool with the million dollar view (GC13VNK) —Geocache of the WeekSeptember 25, 2013In “Geocaching with Kids”Deep Blue Something (GC43K9C) — Geocache of the WeekJuly 2, 2015In “Geocache of the Week”TNT : Donjons & Mountains GCJPN4 GEOCACHE OF THE WEEK – January 23, 2012January 23, 2012In “Community” What geocachers are saying:“Quite a quick find after some walk on a sunny day. The mountains here are wonderful! Hopefully I will be able to come back here in winter to snowboard a bit. Thanks a lot for the cache! Greetings from Latvia!” – Inez Rodriguez“Great Cache! the view was amazing! First time in Georgia, but not the last one. Sun, skiing, and Geocaching. TFTC!” – KlizmaHH“This is until now the most beautiful site of a georgian cache! And i’m happy to found it. It’s good to breath fresh air after much time in Tbilisi and Batumi. The cache is in perfect condition and don’t need any kind of maintenance!” – Gumpf Photos:Where the adventure begins.Carving some nice tracks on the way to GZ.Even in summer, this geocache provides beautiful views. Photo by geocacher VikaniThat’s a pretty sweet Geo-Mobile!The team of geocachers who hid this geocache.A geocacher’s view from the cache site. Photo by KlizmaHHWhat’s the most epic winter adventure you’ve had? Tell us and post photos in the comments.Continue to explore some of the most engaging geocaches around the globe. Check out all the Geocaches of the Week on the Geocaching blog. If you would like to nominate a Geocache of the Week, just fill out this form. Thanks!Share with your Friends:More Difficulty/Terrain Rating:2.5/3.5Why this is the Geocache of the Week:All across the Northern Hemisphere, geocachers are braving colder temps in order to earn smileys, keep streaks alive and get outdoors. It’s difficult to stay stoked on geocaching while the weather isn’t ideal, so this week’s Geocache of the Week is a little bit of winter inspiration. Not only is it the first geocache in Georgia (the country), it’s nestled high-up on a mountain, ready for skiers and snowboarders to find it. The team that hid this geocache made their trip even more epic by working it into their heli-skiing adventure. Get to the choppa! Err..I mean the cache!