YMCA talks about camps and Itty Bitty Soccer – Sheridan Media

Summer camps are great for kids. A 2005 study of 80 camps by the American Camp Association (ACA) found significant growth in children’s socio-emotional skills after a summer camp session. Camp staff, parents and children reported an increase in children’s self-esteem, independence, leadership, friendship skills, social comfort, values ​​and decision-making …

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Why Grid Dynamics Holdings was climbing on Thursday

What happened Digital and technical consulting company Grid Dynamics Holdings (NASDAQ: GDYN) shares rose on Thursday as the company announced the price of its next common stock offering. Shares were up 16.4% at 11 a.m. EDT and were up 17.9% on the news. So what This morning, Grid Dynamics announced …

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Rays can’t go up after Hill’s bumpy start

WASHINGTON – Kyle Schwarber led the first inning with his 12th homer in 10 games, and the Washington Nationals beat the Tampa Bay Rays 4-3 on Tuesday night to go above 0.500 for the first time since opening week of the season. Schwarber tied Albert Belle in 1995 for the …

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Fluttering flag protects whales and boaters

Submitted by the San Juan County Environmental Department. Homes and businesses across the region will soon be displaying stars and stripes to herald the July 4th holiday. Meanwhile, on the waters of the Salish Sea, another flag can be spotted – the Whale Warning Flag. The July 4th holiday weekend …

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Cooling centers open as temperatures rise – NBC Connecticut

With temperatures climbing nicely into the ’90s and heat indexes over 100 degrees this week, towns and villages have opened cooling centers to relieve the heat. Governor Ned Lamont reminded Connecticut residents they can call 211 for information on nearby cooling centers. “Everyone should take the necessary precautions as the …

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