Archives: July 2018

The Heroic Contributions of Jim Larkin

Jim Larkin supported the labor equality organizations in Ireland. He created movements like the Irish Transport and General Workers’ Union to fight against unfair compensation rates and poor working conditions. The two groups became the most significant support organizations in the region. Jim Larkin was born in 1876 in Liverpool, England. He was not lucky

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Sightsavers Saving Lives

Sightsavers launched a new app that will advance doctors success and ensure the quality of cataract surgery. This app will revolutionize the success rate for doctors and help them learn from there mistakes to save more lives. This app is named BOOST. BOOST stands for Better Operative Outcomes Software Tool. This tool that Sightsavers has

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Atlantic City Children Provided With Swimming Lessons

A new program in Atlantic City, New Jersey hosted by the Brigantine Aquatic Center is providing the opportunity for 115 students from kindergarten to the eighth grade to attend swimming lessons at the MLK school swimming pool. The program has been referred to as “Whelan’s Whales” is inspired by the late Senator Jim Whelan. Senator

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Dr. Mark McKenna Introduces New Cosmetic App

After 10 years in his own practice working with Botox, Dr. Mark McKenna decided to build his own Uber-style app. Dr. S. Mark McKenna earned his medical degree at Tulane University. Right after graduation, McKenna joined his father in his medical practice. Realizing that it was tough to become a doctor, McKenna tried real estate

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MB2 Appoints Jackson Hilthebrand as the New Chief Finance Officer

Jackson Hildebrand was announced as the new Chief Financial Officer by the management board of MB2. This came after a decision had been met by the members of the committee. Jackson Hildebrand emerged as the most experienced candidate for the job. Upon joining MB2 Jackson Hildebrand is expected to oversee day-to-day financial operations, accounting, reporting,

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Carmel Swimmer Going to Purdue:

Kendra Bowen is just a couple of months away from beginning her senior year at Carmel High School in Indiana, but she already knows what college she wants to attend. The mid-distance swimmer recently announced her verbal commitment to remain in her native state and attend Purdue University. On her social media, Bowen posted, “I

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Top Swimmers in Two Conferences to Battle it Out:

Their swimmers brought home championships and top ten finishes at the NCAA National Meet. Both the Big Ten and the Atlantic Coast Conferences made their marks felt on the national stage for the 2017-2018 season. In November, the top swimmers from both conferences will face off in an All-Star Meet. Your text to link…  

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White House pool opened on July 2, 1933

Franklin D. Roosevelt and John F. Kennedy are two presidents known to have disabilities. Both presidents kept their conditions hidden from the public as much as possible. The former went to great lengths to hide his polio from the American populace. He also swam as a form of therapy for his poliomyelitis. Because he kept

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