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    Ring in the season at the Daniel Island Holiday Festival! – Daniel Island News - December 5, 2019 by admin

    Tis the season to be jolly on Daniel Island! This weekend, the Annual Daniel Island Holiday Festival comes to town with plenty of merry-making opportunities for the whole family. On Saturday, December 7, from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m., the Volvo Car Stadium will be transformed into a festive, lively holiday showcase of shopping, entertainment and tons of holiday kids' activities to enjoy!

    Bring the whole family out for this feel good holiday community event! The day will include fabulous holiday shopping, featuring over 100 of Charlestons finest vendors as well as musical entertainment on stage and plenty of kids activities on the ground level. Headlining the entertainment portion of the program will be a holiday extravaganza performance led by the 70 piece Charleston Community Band. The festival is the perfect way to kick off your holiday season. Once inside the gates, youll find an entire holiday shopping village conveniently located along the Volvo Car Stadium concourse. Enjoy festive drinks and food while you shop for just the right gifts for those on your list - including you!

    $5 Admission/Kids 3 & under are admitted FREE!

    Parking is available along Seven Farms Drive and Island Park Drive. Should the event need to be rescheduled due to severe weather conditions, the event will take place on Sunday, December 8 from 1 to 6 p.m. (note different time). Visit http://www.dicommunity.org and the Daniel Island Property Owners Association Facebook page for Holiday Festival event updates.

    KIDS' ACTIVITIES INCLUDE: Candy Cane Stilt Walkers Photos with Santa Claus KidsFerris Wheel KidsChallenge Inflatable Juggling Elves KidsHelicopter Ride Wacky World Inflatable Elf Band Holiday Glam Station Holiday Craft Station Holiday Games(Snowman Toss,Ring the Tree,Photo Props Station) Costumed Holiday Characters Face Painting Glitter Tattoos Balloon Twisting Little White Box Photo Booth Holiday Cookie Decorating Station Holiday Ornament Decorating Station

    STAGE PERFORMANCE SCHEDULE11:00Holiday Music11:30The Charleston Caroling Company12:00Charleston Community Band Jazz Ensemble1:00Daniel Island Peace Love Hip Hop2:00Charleston Community Band3:00Hannah Burton3:30 Holiday Music

    *Please note that entertainment is subject to change.

    THANK YOU TO OUR EVENT SPONSORS

    GOLD SPONSORSCrews Subaru of CharlestonDockerysHOME TelecomJohnston SignsLoan MantraMead Land ServicesO.L. Thompson Construction CompanyOverture Daniel IslandPalmetto Custom CartsThe Daniel Island NewsVolvo Car Open

    SILVER SPONSORSLASIK Vision InstituteLife Essentials Health CenterMichaels BarkeryRiver Landing DentistryRya Kaplan, MD East Cooper GISouth State BankThomas & HuttonUltimate Gutter Guard by SouthernWellmore of Daniel Island

    BRONZE SPONSORSCape Romain ContractorsCarolina Landscape LightingDaniel Island Family Medicine Dr. Edward GioveDaniel Island FerryMoonlighting Landscape Lighting Systems

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    Overnight traffic shift on I-75 Wednesday – Cobb County Courier - December 5, 2019 by admin

    Posted By: Larry Felton JohnsonDecember 2, 2019

    The Georgia Department of Transportation (GDOT) announced in a press release that contractors will implement a traffic shift Wednesday for the rehabilitation of the I-75 southbound bridge over Barrett Parkway.

    The GDOT describes the Wednesday traffic shift as follows:

    Weather permitting, on Wednesday, December 4, crews will shift three through lanes on I-75 southbound to the right for temporary striping. The temporary striping will remain until the completion of the project in March 2020. Message boards and signage will alert drivers of the traffic shift.This project will provide rehabilitation of the I-75 northbound and southbound bridges over Barrett Parkway, including bridge joint replacement, deck overhang repairs, replacement of anchor bolts, and painting of the superstructures.

    Message boards will give drivers advance notice of the upcoming lane closures. Motorists are advised to expect delays and use signed detours, exercise caution, and reduce their speed while traveling through work zones.Before heading out, get real-time information on work status and traffic conditions. Call 511, visit511ga.org, or download the Georgia 511 app.

    This is an ongoing project.

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    Start your engines! – The Abington Journal - December 5, 2019 by admin

    December 03, 2019

    SCRANTON Sparked with creativity and plenty of holiday cheer, Downtown Scranton business and property owners are preparing for the annual Holiday Window Decorating Showcase on display Dec. 6 through Jan. 3, 2020. More than 50 storefronts will be featured in this years competition.

    A secret panel of judges will award prizes in the following categories, many of which are new to this years contest: Unique, Traditional/Old-Fashioned, Most Retro, Most Whimsical, Most Festive, Best Use of Greens, Best Use of Recycled Materials, Most Childlike, Most Innovative, Most Glamorous/Bling, Best Use of Lights, Most Modern, Best Display of the Spirit of Christmas, Winter Wonderland and Most Scrantastic.

    Where to Find Holiday Windows

    Linden Street

    Duffys Accessories, 218 Linden St.

    Electric City Escape, 507 Linden St.

    Caf West, 535 Linden St.

    Lavish Body & Home, 600 Linden St.

    North Washington Avenue

    The Garden, 116 N. Washington Ave.

    Raintree, 116 N. Washington Ave.

    Steamtown Hot Yoga, 121 N. Washington Ave.

    Over The Moon, 123 N. Washington Ave.

    Sew Smart Fabrics, Inc., 126 N. Washington Ave.

    New Laundry, 127 N. Washington Ave.

    Peoples Security Bank, 150 N. Washington Ave.

    Terra Preta Prime, 301 N. Washington Ave.

    Pizza by Pappas, 303 N Washington Ave.

    Comics on the Green, 307 N. Washington Ave.

    Abes Deli, 326 N. Washington Ave.

    Posh @ The Scranton Club, 404 N. Washington Ave.

    Adams Avenue

    Yoga West, 311 Adams Ave.

    Tammys Stained Glass Treasures, 348 Adams Ave.

    Spruce Street

    NOTE Fragrances, 401 Spruce St.

    Amendolaro, 410 Spruce St.

    Tom Grudis Optical and The Bare Accessories, 424 Spruce St.

    Burlap and Bourbon, 530 Spruce St.

    Freedlove, 532 Spruce St.

    Northern Light Espresso Bar, 536 Spruce St.

    Salon A Go Go, 544 Spruce St.

    The Beauty Mark Boutique, 546 Spruce S.

    Wyoming Avenue

    The Pink Pedal, 222 Wyoming Av.

    CaPAA (Creative and Performing Arts Academy), 222 Wyoming Ave.

    Franklin Avenue

    Veloce Scranton, 120 Franklin Ave.

    The Color Bar, 134 Franklin Ave.

    Penn Avenue

    The Wandering Hen Cafe and Market, 305 Penn Ave.

    Peculiar Slurp, 307 Penn Ave.

    The Giving Tree Wellness Center, 311 Penn Ave.

    Electric City Bakehouse, 314 Penn Ave.

    AV Restaurant, 320 Penn Ave.

    RD Blow Dry Bar, 324 Penn Ave.

    The Daisy Collective, 328 Penn Ave.

    Mifflin Avenue

    Duffy Jewelers, 250 Mifflin Ave.

    Bogart Court

    Trinity Studio & Gallery, 511 Bogart Court

    Lackawanna Avenue

    The Marketplace at Steamtown, 300 Lackawanna Av.

    Alexanders Salon and Spa, 431 Lackawanna Ave.

    Coney Island Lunch, 515 Lackawanna Ave.

    8 Count Dancewear, 534 Lackawanna Ave.

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    Abington Journal arts and entertainment calendar for week of Dec. 4, 2019 – The Abington Journal - December 5, 2019 by admin

    December 03, 2019

    SCRANTON Sparked with creativity and plenty of holiday cheer, Downtown Scranton business and property owners are preparing for the annual Holiday Window Decorating Showcase on display Dec. 6 through Jan. 3, 2020. More than 50 storefronts will be featured in this years competition.

    A secret panel of judges will award prizes in the following categories, many of which are new to this years contest: Unique, Traditional/Old-Fashioned, Most Retro, Most Whimsical, Most Festive, Best Use of Greens, Best Use of Recycled Materials, Most Childlike, Most Innovative, Most Glamorous/Bling, Best Use of Lights, Most Modern, Best Display of the Spirit of Christmas, Winter Wonderland and Most Scrantastic.

    Where to Find Holiday Windows

    Linden Street

    Duffys Accessories, 218 Linden St.

    Electric City Escape, 507 Linden St.

    Caf West, 535 Linden St.

    Lavish Body & Home, 600 Linden St.

    North Washington Avenue

    The Garden, 116 N. Washington Ave.

    Raintree, 116 N. Washington Ave.

    Steamtown Hot Yoga, 121 N. Washington Ave.

    Over The Moon, 123 N. Washington Ave.

    Sew Smart Fabrics, Inc., 126 N. Washington Ave.

    New Laundry, 127 N. Washington Ave.

    Peoples Security Bank, 150 N. Washington Ave.

    Terra Preta Prime, 301 N. Washington Ave.

    Pizza by Pappas, 303 N Washington Ave.

    Comics on the Green, 307 N. Washington Ave.

    Abes Deli, 326 N. Washington Ave.

    Posh @ The Scranton Club, 404 N. Washington Ave.

    Adams Avenue

    Yoga West, 311 Adams Ave.

    Tammys Stained Glass Treasures, 348 Adams Ave.

    Spruce Street

    NOTE Fragrances, 401 Spruce St.

    Amendolaro, 410 Spruce St.

    Tom Grudis Optical and The Bare Accessories, 424 Spruce St.

    Burlap and Bourbon, 530 Spruce St.

    Freedlove, 532 Spruce St.

    Northern Light Espresso Bar, 536 Spruce St.

    Salon A Go Go, 544 Spruce St.

    The Beauty Mark Boutique, 546 Spruce S.

    Wyoming Avenue

    The Pink Pedal, 222 Wyoming Av.

    CaPAA (Creative and Performing Arts Academy), 222 Wyoming Ave.

    Franklin Avenue

    Veloce Scranton, 120 Franklin Ave.

    The Color Bar, 134 Franklin Ave.

    Penn Avenue

    The Wandering Hen Cafe and Market, 305 Penn Ave.

    Peculiar Slurp, 307 Penn Ave.

    The Giving Tree Wellness Center, 311 Penn Ave.

    Electric City Bakehouse, 314 Penn Ave.

    AV Restaurant, 320 Penn Ave.

    RD Blow Dry Bar, 324 Penn Ave.

    The Daisy Collective, 328 Penn Ave.

    Mifflin Avenue

    Duffy Jewelers, 250 Mifflin Ave.

    Bogart Court

    Trinity Studio & Gallery, 511 Bogart Court

    Lackawanna Avenue

    The Marketplace at Steamtown, 300 Lackawanna Av.

    Alexanders Salon and Spa, 431 Lackawanna Ave.

    Coney Island Lunch, 515 Lackawanna Ave.

    8 Count Dancewear, 534 Lackawanna Ave.

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    Gulf Island Fabrication Inc. (GIFI) and Core Laboratories N.V. (NYSE:CLB) Contrasting side by side – The Broch Herald - December 5, 2019 by admin

    Since Gulf Island Fabrication Inc. (NASDAQ:GIFI) and Core Laboratories N.V. (NYSE:CLB) are part of the Oil & Gas Equipment & Services industry, they are influenced by contrast. The influences particularly affect the profitability, institutional ownership, analyst recommendations, risk, dividends, earnings and valuation of both companies.

    Earnings & Valuation

    Table 1 demonstrates Gulf Island Fabrication Inc. and Core Laboratories N.V.s gross revenue, earnings per share and valuation.

    Profitability

    Table 2 shows us Gulf Island Fabrication Inc. and Core Laboratories N.V.s return on equity, net margins and return on assets.

    Volatility & Risk

    Gulf Island Fabrication Inc. has a 1.03 beta, while its volatility is 3.00%, thus making it more volatile than S&P 500. Competitively, Core Laboratories N.V.s beta is 1.89 which is 89.00% more volatile than S&P 500.

    Liquidity

    2.8 and 2.7 are the respective Current Ratio and a Quick Ratio of Gulf Island Fabrication Inc. Its rival Core Laboratories N.V.s Current and Quick Ratios are 1.8 and 1.4 respectively. Gulf Island Fabrication Inc. has a better chance of clearing its pay short and long-term debts than Core Laboratories N.V.

    Analyst Ratings

    The Ratings and Recommendations for Gulf Island Fabrication Inc. and Core Laboratories N.V. are featured in the next table.

    Competitively Core Laboratories N.V. has an average price target of $47.33, with potential upside of 5.72%.

    Insider and Institutional Ownership

    Roughly 69.3% of Gulf Island Fabrication Inc. shares are owned by institutional investors while 0% of Core Laboratories N.V. are owned by institutional investors. Gulf Island Fabrication Inc.s share owned by insiders are 4.2%. Competitively, 0.1% are Core Laboratories N.V.s share owned by insiders.

    Performance

    Here are the Weekly, Monthly, Quarterly, Half Yearly, Yearly and YTD Performance of both pretenders.

    For the past year Gulf Island Fabrication Inc. was less bearish than Core Laboratories N.V.

    Summary

    On 8 of the 12 factors Core Laboratories N.V. beats Gulf Island Fabrication Inc.

    Gulf Island Fabrication, Inc., through its subsidiaries, operates as a fabricator of offshore drilling and production platforms, and other steel structures for customers in the oil and gas, and marine industries in the United States. The company fabricates jackets and deck sections of fixed production platforms; hull, tendon, and/or deck sections of floating production platforms, such as tension leg platforms, single point anchor reservoirs, floating production storage and offloading vessels, and minimum deepwater operating concepts; piles, wellhead protectors, and subsea templates, as well as various production, compressor, and utility modules; produces and repairs pressure vessels used in the oil and gas industry; fabricates various other types of steel structures; and provides onshore and offshore scaffolding and piping insulation services. It also fabricates and repairs offshore supply vessels, anchor handling vessels, lift boats, tugboats, towboats, barges, and other marine vessels; constructs dry docks to lift marine vessels; and offers steel repair, blasting and painting, electrical systems repair, and machinery and piping system repairs, as well as propeller, shaft, and rudder reconditioning. In addition, the company provides interconnect piping services on offshore platforms and inshore structures; fabricates pressure vessels and packaged skid units; and on-site construction and maintenance services, as well as offers conversion projects. It serves oil and gas companies and their contractors, petrochemical, marine, offshore support, offshore and inland barge, support vessel operators, offshore construction contractors, alternative energy, and diving companies, as well as the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, the U.S. Coast Guard, the U.S. Navy, and state and local governmental agencies and their contractors. Gulf Island Fabrication, Inc. was founded in 1985 and is headquartered in Houston, Texas.

    Core Laboratories N.V. provides reservoir description, production enhancement, and reservoir management services to the oil and gas industry in the United States, Canada, and internationally. It operates through three segments: Reservoir Description, Production Enhancement, and Reservoir Management. The Reservoir Description segment comprises the characterization of petroleum reservoir rock, fluid, and gas samples. This segment offers analytical and field services to characterize properties of crude oil and petroleum products to the oil and gas industry. The Production Enhancement segment includes services and products relating to reservoir well completions, perforations, stimulations, and production. This segment offers integrated services to evaluate the effectiveness of well completions and to develop solutions to enhance the effectiveness of enhanced oil recovery projects. The Reservoir Management segment combines and integrates information from reservoir description, as well as provides production enhancement services to increase the production and improve recovery of oil and gas from its clients reservoirs. The company markets and sells its products through a combination of sales representatives, technical seminars, trade shows, and print advertising, as well as through distributors. Core Laboratories N.V. was founded in 1936 and is based in Amsterdam, the Netherlands.

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    Comparison of Gulf Island Fabrication Inc. (GIFI) and Tidewater Inc. (NYSE:TDW) – The Broch Herald - November 26, 2019 by admin

    Gulf Island Fabrication Inc. (NASDAQ:GIFI) and Tidewater Inc. (NYSE:TDW) have been rivals in the Oil & Gas Equipment & Services for quite some time. Below is a review of each business including various aspects such as dividends, analyst recommendations, profitability, risk, institutional ownership, earnings and valuation.

    Earnings and Valuation

    Table 1 demonstrates Gulf Island Fabrication Inc. and Tidewater Inc.s gross revenue, earnings per share (EPS) and valuation.

    Profitability

    Table 2 provides the return on equity, net margins and return on assets of the two firms.

    Volatility and Risk

    Gulf Island Fabrication Inc. is 3.00% more volatile than Standard and Poors 500 due to its 1.03 beta. Competitively, Tidewater Inc. is 77.00% more volatile than Standard and Poors 500, because of the 1.77 beta.

    Liquidity

    Gulf Island Fabrication Inc.s Current Ratio is 2.8 while its Quick Ratio is 2.7. On the competitive side is, Tidewater Inc. which has a 4.3 Current Ratio and a 4.1 Quick Ratio. Tidewater Inc. is better positioned to pay off short and long-term obligations compared to Gulf Island Fabrication Inc.

    Insider & Institutional Ownership

    Roughly 69.3% of Gulf Island Fabrication Inc. shares are held by institutional investors while 83.4% of Tidewater Inc. are owned by institutional investors. Gulf Island Fabrication Inc.s share held by insiders are 4.2%. Comparatively, insiders own roughly 1.2% of Tidewater Inc.s shares.

    Performance

    Here are the Weekly, Monthly, Quarterly, Half Yearly, Yearly and YTD Performance of both pretenders.

    For the past year Gulf Island Fabrication Inc. had bearish trend while Tidewater Inc. had bullish trend.

    Summary

    On 6 of the 10 factors Tidewater Inc. beats Gulf Island Fabrication Inc.

    Gulf Island Fabrication, Inc., through its subsidiaries, operates as a fabricator of offshore drilling and production platforms, and other steel structures for customers in the oil and gas, and marine industries in the United States. The company fabricates jackets and deck sections of fixed production platforms; hull, tendon, and/or deck sections of floating production platforms, such as tension leg platforms, single point anchor reservoirs, floating production storage and offloading vessels, and minimum deepwater operating concepts; piles, wellhead protectors, and subsea templates, as well as various production, compressor, and utility modules; produces and repairs pressure vessels used in the oil and gas industry; fabricates various other types of steel structures; and provides onshore and offshore scaffolding and piping insulation services. It also fabricates and repairs offshore supply vessels, anchor handling vessels, lift boats, tugboats, towboats, barges, and other marine vessels; constructs dry docks to lift marine vessels; and offers steel repair, blasting and painting, electrical systems repair, and machinery and piping system repairs, as well as propeller, shaft, and rudder reconditioning. In addition, the company provides interconnect piping services on offshore platforms and inshore structures; fabricates pressure vessels and packaged skid units; and on-site construction and maintenance services, as well as offers conversion projects. It serves oil and gas companies and their contractors, petrochemical, marine, offshore support, offshore and inland barge, support vessel operators, offshore construction contractors, alternative energy, and diving companies, as well as the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, the U.S. Coast Guard, the U.S. Navy, and state and local governmental agencies and their contractors. Gulf Island Fabrication, Inc. was founded in 1985 and is headquartered in Houston, Texas.

    Tidewater Inc. provides offshore service vessels and marine support services to the offshore energy industry through the operation of a fleet of marine service vessels worldwide. It provides services in support of offshore exploration, field development, and production, including towing of and anchor handling for mobile offshore drilling units; transporting supplies and personnel necessary to sustain drilling, workover, and production activities; offshore construction, remotely operated vehicle (ROV) operations, and seismic and subsea support; and various specialized services, such as pipe and cable laying. The company operates and charters deepwater vessels, including platform supply and anchor handling towing supply vessels for use in transporting supplies and equipment from shore bases to deepwater and intermediate water depth offshore drilling rigs and production platforms; towing-supply vessels for use in intermediate and shallow waters; and crew boats and utility vessels to transport personnel and supplies from shore bases to offshore drilling rigs, platforms, and other installations. It also operates offshore tugs for use in towing floating drilling rigs and barges; and assisting in the docking of tankers, as well as in pipe and cable laying, and construction barges. The company serves oil and natural gas exploration, field development, and production companies; independent exploration and production companies; government-owned or government-controlled organizations, and other companies; drilling contractors; and other companies, such as offshore construction, diving, and well stimulation companies. As of March 31, 2017, it owned or chartered 260 vessels and 8 ROVs. Tidewater Inc. was founded in 1956 and is headquartered in New Orleans, Louisiana.

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    Commercial Painting Contractors New Jersey | Alpine Painting - November 25, 2019 by admin

    Alpine Painting has proudly served the New Jersey area with high quality commercial painting for over 35 years. Our industrial shop painting & sandblasting facility, headquartered in Paterson, New Jersey, is a central hub for our Tri-State operation. Our painters travel throughout Northern & Southern New Jersey in Passaic County and Bergen County, as well as Union, Morris, Ocean, Cumberland, Essex and Hudson County.

    Through the years, as Alpines reputation as high quality commercial painting company grew from just serviing North Jersey, to a coverage area of a 200 mile radius of Paterson, NJ. Today, Alpine Painting provides our commercial and industrial painting & sandblasting services in Central Jersey, as well as South Jersey, East & West NJ.

    Atlantic County, Bergen County, Burlington County, Camden County, Cape May County, Cumberland County, Essex County, Gloucester County, Hudson County, Hunterdon County, Mercer County, Middlesex County, Monmouth County, Morris County, Ocean County, Passaic County, Salem County, Somerset County, Sussex County, Union County and Warren County

    Alpine Commercial Painting Contractors Service the following Cities and Towns in North Jersey

    Paterson, Clifton, Montclair, Passaic, Garfiled, Hackensack, Paramus, Teaneck, Fort Lee, Englewood, West New York, Fair Lawn, Livingston, East Rutherford, Vernon, Hamburg, Parsippany, Wayne, Morristown, Plainfield, Newark, Bloomfield, West Orange, East Orange, Irvington, Kearny, Linden, Westfield, Jersey City, North Bergen, Elizabeth, Union City, Hoboken, Bayonne, Linden, Hillsborough, Union, Fort Lee, East Brunswick, North Brunswick, Bridgewater, Mahwah, West Milford, Ramsey, Teterboro, Saddle River & Saddle Brook.

    Commercial Painting & Industrial Sandblasting Services in Central Jersey and South Jersey

    Plainfield, Perth Amboy, Edison, New Brunswick, Piscataway, Middletown, Princeton, Rumson, Long Branch, Asbury Park, Freehold, Toms River, Belmar, Brick, Howell, Red Bank, Tenton, Gloucester, Old Bridge, Woodbridge, Lakewood, Hamilton, Franklin, Middletwon, Vineland, Jackson, Atlantice City, Margate, Camden and Cherry Hill.

    Alpine Paintings commercial painting work can be seen all over the Tri State area, especially our home state of New Jersey. We have provided our professional painting services to NJ townships and local business owners for over three decades with glowing reviews.

    Below are a List of some of our Satisfied Customers:

    Please contact us for quotes and questions on your commercial painting or industrial sandblasting projects in New Jersey. We have proudly served the state of NJ and its local business owners with our professional painting services for over three decades.

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    On the move at Free Arts, SVN, Jaburg Wilk, Sundt, PCH – AZ Big Media - November 25, 2019 by admin

    Free Arts for Abused Children adds board members

    Free Arts for Abused Children of Arizona is pleased to announce Andrew Yocopis and Maggie Blackwell have joined the nonprofits board of directors.

    Andrew Yocopis, an attorney at Greenberg Traurig, LLP, focuses his practice on a wide-range of real estate matters. He represents clients in the acquisition, development, financing, leasing, and disposition of various commercial properties, including multifamily and mixed-use developments, office buildings, shopping centers, industrial sites, and hotels. Hes a former board member at Berkeley Law Foundation, associated with ULI and Valley Partnership and a volunteer with United Way, CASS and Ballet Arizona.

    He says, I am personally interested in Free Arts Mission to transform childrens trauma to resilience through the arts. There are very few organizations that combine arts and education in the impactful way that Free Arts delivers its services. I feel very connected to Free Arts mission and the communities it serves.

    Maggie Blackwell is director at Mitsubishi UFJ Financial Group (MUFG), where shes responsible for Core Banking Transformation. Shes a former board member at Tumbleweed Center for Youth Development, a volunteer at Big Brothers Big Sisters of America and St. Marys Food Bank.

    Maggie noted, I like the combination of helping at risk youth with a focus on the arts. I know it can be very beneficial in healing. I personally enjoying painting, going to art galleries and supporting up and coming artists. I look forward to serving on the board and helping them to continue to grow.

    SVN Desert Commercial is a full service comprehensive commercial real estate brokerage in Phoenix, AZ. Every month in 2019, SVN has been nationally ranked in the TOP 10 offices within the SVN International Corp. network. With over 200+ offices around the country and the addition of the international SVN franchises, there is one commercial real estate managing director that continues to increase the level of his sales training expertise through top level commercial real estate certifications.

    Just last week, Managing Director Mike Gallegos was named The Massimo Groups 2019 Contributor of the Year. Gallegos was recognized as an individual who has made a substantial contribution to the organization through developing new curriculum and expanding the client experience to new levels. Gallegos has also been serving as a sales training manager to several SVN offices across the country. He has worked with SVN in Phoenix since 2016 and has spent endless hours to get certified in several areas of commercial real estate that brings value to advisors who are continually increasing the level of performance from month to month. I think what we do here at SVN Desert Commercial Advisors goes way above and beyond what most brokerage firms do in preparing Advisors for success, said Gallegos.

    The training transcends the usual basics, using skills development tracks built on personalized up-front assessments and deliberate practice to hone the critical building blocks of economics, financial analysis, sales, and the encyclopedic knowledge of the local market.. Gallegos stated, We intentionally seek out progressive, fresh training materials to augment the program, master the content through the certification process, and then adjust and implement so we can enable the Advisors to transform the client experience.

    The law firm of Jaburg Wilk announced that Echo A. Reynolds joined the firm as a partner in their bad faith litigation, insurance coverage, and commercial litigation groups. Before joining Jaburg Wilk, Echo represented clients at another Arizona law firm in insurance coverage, insurance defense, bad faith litigation, and business law matters.

    Echo is an excellent addition to our firm and our insurance law group, said Insurance Law Practice Group Leader Nate Meyer. Her bad faith and insurance defense litigation experience coupled with her business law knowledge adds another dimension of expertise for our insurance clients.

    Echo received her J.D. from Arizona State University, Sandra Day OConnor College of Law and her undergraduate degree, magna cum laude, from Arizona State University. She is admitted to practice in Arizona and is a Judge Pro Tempore for the Maricopa County Superior Court.

    Jeff Williamson has been promoted to President of the Transportation Group for Sundt Construction, Inc.

    Williamson brings over 30 years of experience in the construction industry to his new position. He began his career in the construction industry as a field engineer in 1986 and has worked in both the field and the office at all levels of the business. Prior to joining Sundt, Williamson served for 15 years as a regional vice president for a large civil contractor in the Southwest, where he helped grow annual volume from $28 million to $242 million. Upon joining Sundt in 2011, he assumed the role of senior vice president and heavy civil division group manager. Under Williamsons leadership, the group has performed more than $2 billion worth of work across Arizona, Texas, New Mexico and Utah and expanded into the Intermountain Region by opening an office in Salt Lake City.

    With Jeffs leadership, the Transportation Group has made important contributions to our companys success and strategic direction, said G. Michael Hoover, Sundts President, CEO and Chairman of the Board.

    Williamson holds a masters degree in civil and structural engineering and bachelors in civil engineering, both from the University of Arizona. He is a member of the American Public Works Association, The Road Information Program (TRIP) and a former Chairman of the Arizona chapter of the Associated General Contractors of America (AGC).

    In a move that cements Phoenix Childrens position among the nations top pediatric heart programs, the Heart Center has named John P. Breinholt, III, MD, as Division Chief of Pediatric Cardiology. Dr. Breinholt rounds out a team of top-tier talent at the Heart Center, ranked No. 14 in the nation by U.S. News & World Report and one of just 10 programs in North America to earn the Society of Thoracic Surgeons highest distinction.

    Dr. Breinholt comes to Phoenix Childrens from the University of Texas-Houston and Childrens Memorial Hermann Hospital in Houston, part of the Texas Medical Center, where he served as Professor and Chief of Pediatric Cardiology and co-director of the Childrens Heart Center.

    Its difficult to contain our excitement about Dr. Breinholts arrival, said Wayne J. Franklin, MD, FACC, Co-Director of the Heart Center and Director of Adult Congenital Heart Diseaseat Phoenix Childrens. There is no exaggeration in saying our Heart Center has some of the very best physicians and offers the most comprehensive heart care available.

    An interventional cardiologist by training, Dr. Breinholt offers special expertise in heart catheterization to provide less invasive treatment of congenital heart defects. Throughout his 20-year career, he has treated thousands of children with a wide range of heart conditions. He focuses on providing less invasive therapies to some of the most vulnerable patients, which include premature babies weighing less than two pounds. These procedures can help prolong, and even avoid, major surgery for children with heart defects.

    One of the countrys foremost pediatric cardiothoracic surgeons has joined the top-ranked pediatric heart program at Phoenix Childrens. Roosevelt Bryant III, MD, now serves as surgical director of the Cardiac Transplantation and Mechanical Assist Device Program at Phoenix Childrens Heart Center, ranked 14 in the nation by U.S. News & World Reports Best Childrens Hospitals and one of just 10 congenital cardiothoracic surgery programs in North America to earn the Society of Thoracic Surgeons highest-achievable three-star rating.

    Dr. Bryant is a remarkable surgeon and already an asset to our team, said Daniel Velez, MD, co-director of the Heart Center anddivision chief of cardiothoracic surgery at Phoenix Childrens. Not many surgeons have his mix of experience and talent treating the difficult congenital heart conditions that we see at the Heart Center. His addition brings incredible value for our families, and our entire staff, to have access to such talent right here in Arizona.

    At Phoenix Childrens, Dr. Bryant is responsible for overseeing cardiac transplant surgeries for pediatric patients of all ages, as well as implementation of mechanical assist devices for patients who have hearts that are not functioning properly.In his most recent positionas a heart transplant surgeon at Cincinnati Childrens, he transplanted more than 60 infants, children, teenagers and adults with complex heart conditions.

    AZ Business Leadersis an annual business-to-business publication that combines the whos who of Arizona business community with their valuable leadership advice and knowledge. The magazine is published byAZ Big Media. To learn more about Az Business Leaders, contactSheri Brown, director of sales.

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    Paint Sprayer Market: Expanding Application Areas To Drive The Global Market Growth – TheFinanceTime - November 25, 2019 by admin

    Paint Sprayer Market Introduction

    A paint sprayer is used to coat a large surface with paint evenly as a protective coating. The advantage of using a paint sprayer over the brush and roller is that it requires less time to paint the same area. Paint sprayer is used to paint wood, brick, and metals. Paint sprayers are used in various industries such as automobile, manufacturing, construction, and marine. Hand-held airless paint sprayers are an ideal option for painting a fencepost.

    Paint sprayers can be cleaned easily by running water through it. By pouring paint thinner into the sprayer, even the toughest oil based paint remaining in the sprayer can be easily removed. Cleaning the sprayer and nozzles thoroughly increases the shelf life of the paint sprayer. Paint spray devices are available in different sizes and varieties depending on its end user (professional painters, homeowners, and contractors). Drop-forged aluminum paint sprayers are strong, durable, and lightweight.

    Paint Sprayer Market- Competitive Landscape

    BLACK+DECKER Inc.

    Incorporated in 1910, Black & Decker (U.S.) Inc. is power tools manufacturing company. The companys product categories include hand tools, appliances, automotive products, cleaning products, home and office products, protective equipment, storage products. Apart from this, the company provides parts and repairs. The company is well known for the collection and recycling of rechargeable batteries. The company is located in Baltimore, Maryland. Black & Decker (U.S.) Inc. operates as a subsidiary of Stanley Black & Decker, Inc.

    Wagner

    Wagner is a market leader in advanced paint applicators who develops and markets a wide array of painting and decorating products. The applications include commercial painting, home improvement, and industrial fine finishing. The company is famous for its full research and development, engineering, manufacturing, and distribution capabilities.

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    ECCO FINISHING

    Incorporated in in the year 1931, the company is a manufacturer of quality products for application of liquid paint, wax, glue and sealing materials. The company has manufacturing unit in Skara, Sweden.

    Rigo

    Since 1944, Rigo are a leading painting equipment manufacturer. The company has specialization in manufacturing spray painting, equipment and accessories. The products have wide range of applications which includes building, nautical, automotive, joinery and carpentry field.

    Fuji Spray

    Incorporated in 1986, Fuji Spray is market leader in tan spraying equipment. The company is well known for HVLP spray tan models UL & CSA approved for use as cosmetic devices.

    The other key players in the market are Exel Industries, Graco Inc., SATA GmbH & Co, Hi Tec Spray, HomeRight Inc., Dino-power, Airprotool, Shanghai Telansen, 3M, Binks, and Oliver Technologies and others.

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    Paint Sprayer Market Dynamics

    The paint sprayer market is anticipated to rise due to rapid development in technology. Brisk urbanization, increasing number of manufacturing industry units, and a growing construction sector are macro-economic drivers of the paint sprayer market. Increasing penetration of passenger cars is another factor increasing the demand from the automobile industry for paint spraying equipment. A restraint of the paint sprayer market is that the cleaning of paint sprayers is expensive compared to rollers. Also, the high pressure paint sprayer is dangerous if not handled with proper care.

    Paint Sprayer Market Segmentation

    Based on product type, the market can be segmented into

    Conventional paint sprayer is best suited for smaller projects as it is affordable. Conventional paint sprayers make use of dry and clean compressed air to transfer the coating from a pressurized pot into the material hose, thereby atomizing the stream of paint when it exits the nozzle of the paint sprayer gun. Airless paint sprayers does not directly use compressed air to atomize the coating material; rather it atomizes the fluid, and high hydraulic pressure (500 to 4500 PSI) to deliver paint to the spray gun.

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    For tornado-blasted red house family, ‘everything leads home’ – Kitsap Sun - November 25, 2019 by admin

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    John Mueller is all smiles as he carries a stack of couch cushions to his newly rebuilt home on Tiburon Court in Port Orchard on Saturday. The Muellers' home was destroyed during the Dec. 18, 2018, tornado, which ripped the entire roof off of the home.(Photo: MEEGAN M. REID / KITSAP SUN)

    PORT ORCHARD Beth Mueller learned that the roof had been blown off her home when a neighbor texted her a pictureon the TV news.

    "It was just insane," she said. "To see it completely mangled, it was just heartbreaking."

    The image of "the red house with no roof" went viral, becoming an icon for the freak tornado that struck Port Orchard on Dec. 18, 2018. The tornado plowed a 1.4-mile path of wreckage and causeda total of$1.81 million in damage to homes and businesses. No people were seriously injured or killed.

    The tornado's power, EF-2on a scale of zeroto 5, was such that corners of the Mueller's home were torqued. Remains of the roof were never found.

    Exactly 11months to the day, on Nov. 18, the Muellers passed inspection on their rebuilt home. They moved in Saturday.

    "It's not moving day. It's coming home day," Beth's husband, John Mueller, said.

    And, yes, the new house is painted red.

    Beth Mueller and her ex-husband bought the house on Tiburon Court in 2003. "It's literally the only home my kids have known," she said.

    John and Beth married in 2015, blending a family of his two girls Hannah andJasmin and her two kids Amber and Nick. Jasmin Mueller, now 17, and Nick Watson, now 18, were the only two still living at home last fall, both attending South Kitsap High School.

    The tornado hit just as school was letting out, so Beth, at work in Puget Sound Naval Shipyard, knew they hadn't been at the house during the storm. She and John, also a PSNS employee, took a back routehome to avoid "insane" traffic on the main roads.

    Hannah Mueller carries Christmas presents to the driveway of her parent's home as she helps salvage what they can from their now roofless structure on Tiburon Court in Port Orchard on Dec. 19, 2018.(Photo: MEEGAN M. REID)

    Their first thought was for the pets.

    The neighborhood was blocked off, but firefighters allowed them to walk in. John, with help from two firefighters, located the Muellers' two dogs, Cinder, a chocolate lab, and Merida, a corgi mix, safe in their kennels in the downstairs den.

    Hannah's dog Lyla also was at the house that day and had found refuge under a fallen china hutch. Nick's elderly cat Summer was hiding unscathed under Nick's bed. Even Jasmin's rabbit Gandalf the Grey made it throughalthoughcovered in shreds of insulation.

    John Mueller and the firefighters evacuated the menagerie to where Beth waitedanxiously. "So I have the rabbit in my jacket, the cat in a carrier and a dog in one hand," John said. "All our animals survived, which was beautiful."

    John believes his Army infantry training kicked in that day. "In the infantry, you are mission-centered," he said. "You take all the emotions out and you do what needs to be done."

    A large red family house known locally as the 'red home' lost its roof when a tornado hit Port Orchard. Joe Jacquez, wochit

    The next day, they had just a short window of time to salvage what they could from the house before it was red-tagged. Among the things they saved: Beth'spiano, Jasmin's vanity andthe rocking chair from when John's girls were babies.

    The Muellers have nothing but praise for their insurance company (Allstate), which sent a "catastrophe team" to assess their loss and quickly cut a check for reconstruction. Some of their neighbors have struggled with getting settlements and at least one has yet to move back in, according to the Muellers.

    Their coverage for a temporary rentalwas for one year, so the rebuild needed to move quickly.

    The first roadblock: their foundation was cracked. The whole house would have to go.

    Demolition was Jan. 29. John Mueller still has the video on his phone ofwhen the two-story machinebegan clawing at the house, crunching an upstairs window.

    "Absolutely surreal," he said "This was kind of a hard day ... when we had to say goodbye to the old red house."

    The Muellers were their own contractors and have learned a ton about permitting and local building codes. They went with Coval, a local construction company. The split level is gone, the layout is flipped, the garage now on the left. But they've replaced their four-bedroom andincreased their square footage from 1,822 to 1,910.

    John Mueller documented their construction progress on Facebook. They hit another snag in September, when there was a delay in the electrical hook-up on which other steps of the rebuild depended. Coval found a workaround, and interior work continued. John applied pressure to Puget Sound Energy, and the hookup took place near the end of September.

    Exterior painting was done by early October. The interior was painted and appliances installed in mid-October.

    There was a recent scramble to spread topsoil and hydroseed before the inspection, but they pulled it off.

    Beth Mueller unloads a bed frame from the U-Haul as she and her family move into their newly rebuilt home on Tiburon Court in Port Orchard on Saturday.(Photo: MEEGAN M. REID / KITSAP SUN)

    Beth says the rebuild was "super-stressful." She jokes since their marriage has survived this, it can survive anything. She can't wait to cook Thanksgiving dinner for the whole family back in her own home.

    John, walking with his wife throughempty rooms two days before move-in,displayed his ever-ready optimism.

    "This has been a long road, but it's been a good road, hasn't it?" he said. "What's the biggest thing? Always keep a smile.You know what? This house, it was just stuff. Everybody was OK. I knew we'd be OK. With faith, all things are possible."

    Beth got a tattoo on her right leg. It shows a tornado, ruby slippers and a rainbow.

    "God's promise, right?" she said.

    John commissioned from a woodworker in Bonney Lake a plaque that hangs outside their front door. It shows the old house in the background being carried away by the tornado. In the foreground is the new house, study and bright, with a yellow brick road out front.

    "Let me just say,home ... there's no place like home," Johnsaid. " We have our old house that's going away. It's in the past. This is new. This is us. Everything ...everything leads home."

    John Mueller shows off the artwork that features the old house in the background being carried away by the tornado. In the foreground is the new house, study and bright, with a yellow brick road out front. The woodworking piece hangs next to the family's front door of their new home on Tiburon Court in Port Orchard.(Photo: MEEGAN M. REID / KITSAP SUN)

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