The excitement was palpable at Gardner Pilot Academy (GPA), as students, teachers, parents and special guests gathered last month in the auditorium of the community elementary school in Allston for a momentous event. It was a day, in fact, that principal Erica Herman had waited nearly a decade to see.On this special morning, Herman, along with several young GPA scholars, Boston Public Schools Superintendent Tommy Chang, and Harvard officials cut the ribbon on the school’s new state-of-the-art science laboratory — a vision brought to life with a $500,000 donation from Harvard University.“Over the last 10 years we have been working on how to transform unused basement space to create a school that is ready for the 21st century,” said Herman. “We wondered how we would get the money, and thanks to the tremendous commitment from Harvard University in seed funding, we were able to not just do one small project but hugely transform the basement.”The academy is an inclusion school in the Boston school system that serves nearly 370 students from pre-kindergarten through eighth grade. During the summer, the basement of the 100-year-old building on Athol Street was gutted for the construction of the new lab. The renovation gives middle school students an opportunity to learn science in an environment that allows hands-on participation.The Harvard grant enabled construction of the lab space — including epoxy-resin counters and work surfaces that are resistant to water, heat and chemicals, which lets students and teachers to use certain materials for lab work and demonstrations. The funds also paid for whiteboards, tables, chairs, four in-room sinks (including one with handicap access), storage, and a recycled composite flooring for easy clean-up.The donation, announced in 2015 from Harvard Community Benefits, is part of a cooperation agreement with the City of Boston. The agreement supports professional development for teachers, gives students direct access to Harvard programs, and helps with after-school programs at the academy.“It was an honor and a privilege to visit with students and staff at GPA, and to help dedicate the school’s new science lab,” said Paul Andrew, vice president of public affairs and communications at Harvard. “Harvard has a valued, longtime partnership with the GPA, and it was terrific to see how the transformation of this space has sparked such enthusiasm among students and teachers, enhancing the strong culture of learning that permeates the GPA.”The renovations focused on the students’ educational needs, Herman said. The team met with parents and community representatives to ensure the enhancements met the highest standards, she said. The result — paid for with funding from Harvard, Boston Public Schools, grants, school-based fundraising and private donations — was an up-to-date science lab ready for use on the first day of school in September.“It’s been a great collaboration that we will continue to nurture, learn from and grow with,” said Chang. “Thank you to all the teachers who make the magic happen here and to Harvard who has helped make this place tick. Every single time I’m here I’m just amazed by the work these young people are producing. You are helping ensure they are prepared for college and for life.”Artur Shehu (from left), Gerardo Umaru, Illyanis Santiago, and Victoria Coll, all GPA students, enjoy their new science classroom with their teacher Marcus Penny. Kris Snibbe/Harvard Staff PhotographerNearly 100 students utilize the science lab daily, including several who attend after-school programs. Daunty Geovanny Martinez, 13, an eighth-grader from Boston, said he hopes to become a pharmacist one day and thinks the science lab will help him do well in college.“I use the science lab every day and I love it,” said Martinez. “Before we always had restrictions on what we could do with science, now everything is so much better. I feel like I’m learning more.”Marcus Penny, a middle school science teacher at GPA, said what makes the science lab so special are the amenities that help students access the curriculum at a deeper level.“It’s amazing what can actually be done to turn unutilized space in a school into an extremely fruitful center of learning,” he said. “We also have deep gratitude for the partnerships that can help us move forward to help students on the ground-level. We have functional results students can use right now.”More than 70 percent of students at Gardner Pilot Academy are from Allston-Brighton. The school offers a wide range of services including before- and after-school programs, health and counseling services, an on-site health clinic, tutoring and mentoring to students and their families, and adult-education programs. To address the growing needs of the community, over the past four years the academy expanded from a K-5 program to one that offers pre-kindergarten through eighth grade.Lauren Lafferty, director of extended services at GPA, said the additional students and the expansion of programs created the need for critical improvements to the century-old facility.“We have an incredible faculty dedicated to supporting the whole child but we have been in a gap,” she said. “We need both faculty and students to have access to high-quality, 21st-century resources and materials, as we know this is connected to success in college, career, and beyond.”Alexandra Montes McNeil, E.D., the instructional superintendent supporting the GPA and 14 other schools in the Boston school system, has a special connection to GPA. Her mother, Catalina Montes, was the principal there for more than 20 years, and her brother attended the school.“I’m very excited about this. My mother’s vision while she was principal was that this was a community school, so she laid that foundation and Erica has worked so hard to help further that vision. It’s amazing,” said McNeil, a former science teacher. “My mother cried when she saw the science lab, Erica took it beyond her wildest imagination.”The ceremony took place in conjunction with Give the Gift of Reading, which brings together community members and GPA students to honor and celebrate the value of reading and education. Guest readers including members of Boston Public Schools administration, Harvard staff, and Senator William N. Brownsberger visited classrooms to read aloud to students before the ribbon-cutting. This was the sixth Give the Gift of Reading event in over nine years.“The kids love The Gift of Reading and it’s a great way to pull together our greater Gardner Pilot community and show people what we are all about, especially with the amazing renovation of the science lab,” said Ashley Baima, first grade learning specialist at GPA.Herman said Gardner Pilot Academy intends to keep the expansion going. The science lab was phase one of their capital improvement project, and Herman is already working on phase two — adding a full-service kitchen and renovating cafeteria space to expand the school’s meal program.“None of this would be possible without the tremendous commitment from Harvard University who really gave us the foundation funding to make all the visions seem possible,” she said. “It’s a true partnership.”
10:03 am PTVMware notes that they believe in containers without compromise. They’re partnering with Google and Docker to deliver containers and virtual machines. 10:10 am PT 10:19 am PTVMware is discussing security and control through secure micro-segmentation in the datacenter, which provides controlled communication paths and specifies which virtual machines can talk to each other.10:26 am PTVMware will now be discussing the hybrid cloud. They’re doing a demonstration on vCloud Air with vSphere Web Chat. They’re showing the power of the hybrid cloud through the seamless network replication and extension of vCloud Air.10:35 am PTVMware concludes by showing a demo of vCloud Air and notes that it is the true hybrid cloud by seamlessly extending customer datacenter to the cloud and back on-premise. 9:55 am PTVMware notes that the power of “and” is essential, where IT and developers must work together to deliver true business value.9:57 am PTRaghu noted that vSphere 6 is now in beta. It has several innovations that will be important for customers:Fault Tolerance for Scale Up Applications – 4 virtual CPUs for scale out applicationsApplication Mobility – Includes cross vCenter vMotion for mobility between vCenter instances and long distance vMotion from one side of a country to the other. 9:00 am PTBen Fathi, CTO at VMware, just took the stage at VMworld. Ben starts off talking about how the new world of IT needs a friction free environment, where the brave will thrive. He notes that business organizations are stuck in silos. These businesses should not be focusing on this “or” that, but instead use the power of “and” to have it all. After a fantastic first day at VMworld, day two is kicking off with a general session on end user computing, mobility, cloud and the software defined data center.Below is a live blog from the VMworld keynote. 8:58 am PTThe general session is about to begin. People are filed in and eagerly waiting for VMware to take the stage. 9:40 am PTRaghu Raghuram, EVP of the Software Defined Data Center at VMware just took the stage. He noted that VMware’s cloud management platform is the #1 platform in the industry. 9:46 am PTRaghu notes that there’s three approaches to the software defined data center, customers can build their own or utilize a converged infrastructure or a hyper-converged infrastructure. 9:54 am PT 10:12 am PTVMware dives deeper into vRealize Suite, which includes cloud automation, cloud operations and cloud business together as a suite of services. These services can manage assets, whether they’re physical, virtual, or in the cloud. It can be on-premise or as a service through vCloudAir. The software defined data center will be policy-based cloud management.10:15 am PT 9:10 am PTSanjay Poonen, EVP and GM of End User Computing at VMware, just took the stage to discuss VMware’s vision in a mobile-cloud era. He’ll be focusing on three pillars: desktop, mobile and content.9:12 am PTSanjay noted that VMware is leading the desktop industry with:Horizon View – Unified VDI and App PublishingDesktop as a serviceCloud Volumes – Real-time app deliveryRich User Experience 9:24 am PTSanjay is now discussing content collaboration, delivered anywhere, anytime, as a hybrid deployment. United Airlines is already using mobile and AirWatch.9:31 am PTVMware is also announcing Workplace Suite to unify mobile, desktop and content management – VMware Unifies Mobile, Desktop and Content Management With VMware Workspace Suite.Kit Colbert, End User Computing CTO at VMware, is providing a demo for Airwatch in the healthcare industry. As a doctor, the same Airwatch app resides on the desktop and mobile, providing secure content for patients. The app allows doctors to move around the hospital without needing to constantly log in to applications as well as share private content between hospitals – while remaining HIPPA compliant.9:34 am PTKit is also introducing Cloud Volumes. In a simplified way, it delivers all applications to the desktop through the cloud.Kit also discussed Project Fargo, which is 30x faster to provision a desktop, it only takes seconds. It helps provision desktops by cloning a virtual machine, then it uses Cloud Volume to provision the apps.9:38 am PTKit and Sanjay outlined three key takeaways from their section:Unified experience, any device, anywhereCustomers driving industry changeOptimized for the software defined data center 9:17 am PTSanjay announced a new partnership with NVIDIA and Google to redefine the user experience.“VMware, NVIDIA and Google Unveil Future of Graphics-Rich Applications Delivered on Enterprise Cloud DesktopsShare9:21 am PTSAP and VMware are partnering to accelerate the mobile experience. They’ll be seamlessly integrating with SAP Mobile Secure EMM and AirWatch MDM. SAP noted that they’re working to accelerate mobility in the enterprise – with 3,500 SAP HANA customers now virtualized, this partnership will advance this even further forward.Learn more in the news release – VMware and SAP Collaborate to Deliver Mobile Security and Simplified User Experience for Mobile Applications
continue reading » ShareShareSharePrintMailGooglePinterestDiggRedditStumbleuponDeliciousBufferTumblr CO-OP’s THINK 20 conference – May 4-7, 2020 – is fast approaching, and we are once again looking for rising stars within the credit union industry to join us in Dallas, Texas. For the third year in a row, we’re partnering with Cooperative Trust to launch the THINK 20 Crasher program! Apply nowWhat is THINK 20?THINK is the premier credit union industry conference, bringing together more than 800 credit union professionals for three days of learning, inspiration and collaboration. This year’s speaker line-up includes innovators and game-changers like: Adobe Chief Product Officer Scott Belsky, Taco Bell CEO Mark King, and legendary chef Roy Choi. In addition to the keynote speakers, attendees will gain hands-on strategies through a series of “Activation Sessions”, 1:1 Advisor Sessions and have numerous opportunities to meet and connect with fellow industry leaders.Why Crash THINK?As a THINK 20 Crasher, you will:Receive a special discounted rate on conference registration and hotel accommodation
Ryan Sessegnon has become the latest footballer to reveal he has received racist abuse on social media.Sessegnon received the abusive messages on Monday night, shortly before the offending profile was removed from Instagram.- Advertisement – Everyone at the Club is with you @RyanSessegnon. We are proud of the rich ethnic diversity that exists across our communities, fans, staff and players. We are driven by inclusion and equality for all and nobody should have to endure such repulsive abuse. pic.twitter.com/Tliv3rdRtI— Tottenham Hotspur (@SpursOfficial) November 3, 2020 His parent club have since offered their support on Twitter.“Everyone at the Club is with you Ryan Sessegnon,” Tottenham’s official Twitter account said.“We are proud of the rich ethnic diversity that exists across our communities, fans, staff and players.- Advertisement – – Advertisement – “We are driven by inclusion and equality for all and nobody should have to endure such repulsive abuse.”The England Under-21 international moved to Tottenham from Fulham for £25m in the summer of 2019, but was allowed to seal a temporary move away from the club following Sergio Reguilon’s arrival. In July, Crystal Palace’s Zaha called for ‘action and education’ and after he too was subjected to racist messages before a match against Aston Villa. – Advertisement – He has now joined the likes of fellow footballers Raheem Sterling, Wilfried Zaha and Troy Deeney who have also spoken out about the racist and threatening abuse they have received on social media.Last month, Watford’s Deeney openly questioned whether social media companies have the desire to eradicate abuse and argued they may even benefit from a drive in traffic when incidences of racism occur. Image:Wilfried Zaha called for greater action and education after he received racist messages in July The 20-year-old was left disgusted by the abuse but said he is not surprised that it continues to take place.He wrote on Instagram: “Honestly unbelievable. The craziest thing is I’m not even surprised anymore. Disgusting.”Sessegnon has so far featured four times on loan at Bundesliga side Hoffenheim, after sealing a season-long loan switch from Tottenham last month. Image:Sessegnon in Europa League action for Hoffenheim
Oct 12, 2004 (CIDRAP News) – To cope with the loss of nearly half of the nation’s influenza vaccine supply, federal health officials and Aventis Pasteur announced plans today to distribute Aventis’s 22.4 million remaining doses to those who need them the most.”Beginning immediately, about 14.2 million doses of vaccine will be allocated over the next 6-8 weeks through Aventis Pasteur contracts directly to high-priority vaccine providers, including hospitals, long-term care facilities, nursing homes, and private providers who care for young children,” the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) said in a news release.In a second phase later, about 8.2 million doses will be shipped to “other high-need areas,” the CDC said. “This plan will help ensure that vaccine gets to those people who need it the most,” CDC Director Julie Gerberding, MD, MPH, said in the release.The plan follows last week’s announcement that about 48 million doses of flu vaccine from Chiron Corp. will not be available this year. The British government shut down Chiron’s plant in Liverpool last week and stopped the shipment of doses to the United States because of contamination problems in the plant. The Chiron vaccine would have constituted nearly half of the projected US supply of 100 million doses this year.Last week the CDC recommended that healthy people from ages 2 through 64 not get flu shots so that the available doses can be saved for the high-risk groups, including the elderly, babies aged 6 to 23 months, people living in nursing homes and long-term care facilities, people with chronic medical conditions, pregnant women, children on chronic aspirin therapy, and healthcare workers directly caring for patients.In a news briefing today, Gerberding said the CDC estimates that between 42 million and 50 million people are in the high-risk groups and will request vaccine. “This year we won’t be able to get vaccine to all of them. . . . There may be some people who may not be able to get vaccine who really need it.”Because of the shortage, she urged people to take normal precautions against flu and to seek treatment immediately if they get sick. She said the CDC is stockpiling antiviral drugs such as oseltamivir (Tamiflu) in the hope of using them to blunt the effects of the vaccine shortage.”We’re sorry that people who want vaccine may not be able to get it. We appreciate everyone’s help in pulling this together,” Gerberding said.Also in the news briefing, Aventis Pasteur US President Damian Braga said about 15 million of the company’s 22.4 million remaining doses have been committed to customers. Of those 15 million, 11.8 million were already scheduled to go to high-risk customers, he said. “We’re hoping that with some cooperation from our customers, the actual disruption to our customers will be at a minimum,” he added. The company has produced a total of 55.4 million doses this year, he said.Gerberding said the CDC is “working aggressively to map out where influenza is by county” and also mapping the delivery of doses and need for vaccine by county. “So what we’ll end up with in a few days is a comprehensive picture of who needs vaccine and where it is,” she said.Gerberding said the CDC is relying on the “honor code” to enforce compliance with the recommendation that vaccine doses be saved for people in high-risk groups. This has worked in the past, and “so far we have good evidence that it’s working this time too,” she added.She noted that a Food and Drug Administration (FDA) team is still in Britain checking to see “if there are any safe doses of vaccine that can be acquired from Chiron at this time.”In other developments, the pharmaceutical company GlaxoSmithKline (GSK) said yesterday it was exploring the possibility of selling its Fluarix flu vaccine in the United States, according to a Reuters report. The vaccine is sold in 70 countries but not in the United States, because the company decided in 1992, when it launched the product, that the US market was overcrowded.A GSK official told Reuters that the company was talking with the FDA about the possibility of getting approval for the sale of Fluarix this season. But most of the company’s supply is already committed to other customers, leaving only around 200,000 doses available for new buyers, the report said.See also:Oct 12 CDC news releasehttp://www.cdc.gov/media/pressrel/r041012.htm
Categories: Letters to the Editor, Opinion What is the matter with Hillary Clinton, besides being a sore loser, arrogant and bigoted? She lost. Get over it. Shut your mouth and move on.I resent being called a deplorable, undesirable and uneducated to know for whom I should vote. Her scorn and derision of Trump voters is old.It’s time to get out of the public eye, though she may be back for obstruction of justice.GERALDINE M. HAVASYClifton ParkMore from The Daily Gazette:EDITORIAL: Beware of voter intimidationEDITORIAL: Thruway tax unfair to working motoristsHigh-risk COVID exposure reported in Clifton ParkEDITORIAL: Urgent: Today is the last day to complete the censusEDITORIAL: Find a way to get family members into nursing homes
31-33 The Corso Isle of Capri from the air.More from news02:37International architect Desmond Brooks selling luxury beach villa18 hours ago02:37Gold Coast property: Sovereign Islands mega mansion hits market with $16m price tag2 days ago 31-33 The Corso, Isle of Capri — $8.8 million It took less than one week for entrepreneurial businessman David Baird and his wife Marion’s property to be sold to an Asian buyer.Ray White Broadbeach agent Sam Guo handled the Baird’s sale and said a quick interstate trip helped seal the deal.Mr Guo said the Isle of Capri property was in one of the best positions on the Gold Coast. A penthouse in Surfers Paradise holds the top sale so far of 2018.WE are only four months into the year but the Gold Coast has already recorded several multimillion-dollar sales.From lavish penthouses to riverfront mansions and beach houses, there are plenty of luxury properties changing hands on the Glitter Strip.These are the top five of 2018 so far: Sam Guo in front of 31-31 The Corso on the Isle of Capri. Picture Mike Batterham The biggest sale of 2018 so far: 3250/23 Ferny Ave, Surfers Paradise. 150/59 Pacific St, Main Beach. GCB 31-33 The Corso Isle of Capri. 2623 Virginia Drive, Hope Island. Picture: Realestate.com.au 150/59 Pacific St, Main Beach. 150/59 Pacific St, Main Beach — $5.3 million It was a quick sale for this spectacular Main Beach penthouse.The Xanadu North three-level luxury residence hit the market in December. Robert Graham of Ray White Prestige said the Xanadu North three-level property was on the market for 32 days before it sold.“Both the buyers and sellers are ecstatic over the purchase.”CoreLogic data reveals the property last changed hands in 2014 for $4.06 million.A heated pool, theatre, bar and wine cellar are among its standout features. Soak up that view from 712 Pacific Parade, Currumbin. 3250/23 Ferny Ave, Surfers Paradise. 3250/23 Ferny Ave, Surfers Paradise — $9.5 million IT’S one of the country’s best penthouses with a huge 21 car spaces and now it holds the Gold Coast penthouse record.Property development company owner Ron Bakir sold his palatial Surfers Paradise apartment for $9.5 million in January.The sale of the apartment tops the city’s previous penthouse high of $9.2 million, set six years ago when Melbourne builder Peter Devitt bought the apartment that crowns Main Beach’s Liberty Panorama tower.Michael Kollosche of Kollosche Prestige Agents handled the sale. What a beach house! 712 Pacific Parade, Currumbin. 712 Pacific Parade, Currumbin — $4.4 million The only sale on this list on the southern Coast, this Currumbin property stands out for its spectacular beachfront location.It changed hands in January through Currumbin Realty’s Richard Plumb and Mark Ryan.Every bedroom has ocean views while there is also a huge front deck for dining or relaxing.Other features include a media room, pool and double garage.The property also has income potential from short-term holiday letting. 2623 Virginia Drive, Hope Island. Picture: Realestate.com.au 2623 Virginia Dr, Hope Island — $5.05 million This ultra-modern house is on a 1000sq m of land with 20m of water frontage which overlooks the Marina Harbour. Outdoors is an entertainment area with a built in barbecue kitchen which overlooks the swimming pool and a 14 metre pontoon.Inside are four bedrooms, while the main bedroom has an ensuite and large walk in wardrobe.The home also has a games room with a billiard table and fully equipped media room. It was listed for sale through Rita Na of Hope Island Resort Realty.
AFL player Gary Ablett’s Gold Coast home has gone under contract. Image: AAP/Julian Smith.AFL star Gary Ablett has finally had a win in the property game, with his Gold Coast riverfront estate going under contract.The four-bedroom, four-bathroom house at Ashmore was last advertised for $1.795 million through Danny Stanley of Kollosche Prestige Agents.GET THE LATEST REAL ESTATE NEWS DIRECT TO YOUR INBOX HEREGary Ablett’s house on the Nerang River at Ashmore is under contract.It has been on the market since January last year.It’s expected to have sold at a loss, with records showing the Geelong Cats midfielder paid $1.8 million for the property in 2011.HUGE DROP IN BRISBANE LAND PRICESThe view from Gary Ablett’s Gold Coast riverfront home.More from newsParks and wildlife the new lust-haves post coronavirus18 hours agoNoosa’s best beachfront penthouse is about to hit the market18 hours agoThe home is just six kilometres from the AFL stadium where he signed for the Gold Coast Suns in 2010.Ablett recently left the Suns to return to his boyhood club Geelong, where he began his career in 2002.SECRET DEAL LANDS RECORD PRICE FOR NOOSA BEACH SHACKGary Ablett’s Gold Coast mansion has gone under contract.Set on 3342 sqm of landscaped grounds, it features Bali-style huts, lagoon style pool, cascading water features, full size floodlit tennis court and a self-contained pool house.One of the bathrooms inside Gary Ablett’s Gold Coast home.The home offers 65 metres of river frontage with a floating pontoon on the Nerang River.It comes at the same time as a Geelong home once belonging to his father, Gary Ablett Sr, has also sold.The three-bedroom home at 35 Meadowvale Dr, Grovedale, reportedly fetched $1.07 million.A Balinese style hut beside the pool in Gary Ablett’s Gold Coast property.
And with Serie A still suspended, Rambo admits he has concerns about keeping the weight off as he is a foodie.He said: “I’ve been doing the programmes the club have sent over, keeping fit most days.“But it’s not the same as training or playing games where you don’t have any worries about putting on weight.“It’s difficult because my wife likes to cook and I like to eat so it’s not a good combination. When I am back at it I am pretty strict but it’s difficult at the moment.“I’ve got all the kids biscuits and I’m just raiding that every time I go for a cup of tea!“Hopefully we get out of this as soon as possible and get back to normal because it’s difficult.”Ramsey has shown his class and generosity during the pandemic by donating £23,000 to three charities back in his homeland of Wales.He added in an Instagram live with singer Niall Horan: “I want to raise my glass to all the doctors and nurses. They have done a fantastic job and they make us very proud and lucky to what we have in place.”Prior to the enforced break on the pitch last month, Ramsey had helped Italian leaders Juve towards the title — which would be the first league crown of his career.Ramsey and Co lead Lazio by one point but the Welshman, in his debut season in Italy since his free transfer from Arsenal, is keen for more success in the Champions League and Coppa Italia if and when the season resumes.Ramsey said: “It was a nice position to be in but it’s a mad situation at the moment. Nobody knows what is going to happen now.“But one of the main reasons for coming to Juventus was to win league titles and challenge for Champions Leagues.“Juve are a massive club, one of the biggest in Europe. There were other clubs interested but I felt most wanted by them with the history they have, the players they have and they have done well in the Champions League in the last few years.Juventus star Aaron Ramsey admits he fears getting fat during the coronavirus lockdownRead Also: COVID-19: Ronaldo urges fans to unite and support each other“They are knocking on the door and I want to try and help play a part in them winning the Champions League.“They are serial winners and it was something I wanted to achieve. I wanted to go somewhere and be competing every single season for two, three, four trophies.”Ramsey, who won three FA Cups with Arsenal and reached the Euro 2016 semi-finals for Wales under Chris Coleman, will get the chance to add more silverware after joining up with Cristiano Ronaldo in Turin.FacebookTwitterWhatsAppEmail分享 The Juventus midfielder is in Italy, where the Covid-19 restrictions have been extended until May 3. Aaron Ramsey fears he will get fat during the coronavirus lockdown because he loves the cookie jar.Advertisement Promoted Content10 Risky Jobs Some Women DoTop 10 Most Iconic Characters On TVThe Very Last Bitcoin Will Be Mined Around 2140. Read MoreA Guy Turns Gray Walls And Simple Bricks Into Works Of ArtThe Models Of Paintings Whom The Artists Were Madly In Love With11 Greatest Special Effects Movies Of All Time10 Phones That Can Work For Weeks Without Recharging7 Ways To Understand Your Girlfriend BetterWho Earns More Than Ronaldo?Best & Worst Celebrity Endorsed Games Ever Made11 Most Immersive Game To Play On Your Table TopCouples Who Celebrated Their Union In A Unique, Unforgettable Way Loading…
The Batesville Lady Bulldogs won the Ripley County Tourney with a season-best score of 187 at North Branch Golf Course over Jac-Cen-Del and Milan.Emma Weiler was tournament MVP with a Ripley County Tournament and Batesville High School record of 4 under par 32. All tournament team was Emma Weiler 1st. Tori Harpring 2nd with 49. Chloe Murphy 3rd with 51. Makenzie Definger of Milan 4th with a 51 and Jac-Cen-Del Tracy McKittrick 5th with a 52.Courtesy of Bulldogs Coach Tom Meyer.