What you have to know prior to becoming a member of a Race

19 June, 2014 (08:11) | News | By: admin

What kind of runner you are: Prior to signing up for a marathon, be true about how much you now run. If you only get out on the road once a month, for example, starting small, with 10K or a 5K, is the safest option until you ramp up your running routine. If you’ve been running regularly three to four times a week, you are likely prepared for a challenge that is longer, like a half marathon.

Your aim: Mind what kind of race you’d like to do time to decide on an aim, given that you’ve in it. It’s great to decide at a time you are aiming for, but it does not constantly need to be the time. Running for the entire time, or making to the finish line, completing your training strategy, regardless of how slow or fast, pick a target, share it with your pals, and get running!
Your agenda:
Enthusiastically buying the first cute pair of Nikes you see on sale could be a big error. You would like to feel comfortable and assured while you prepare for your race, which means going to your jogging shoe store and becoming professionally fitted. There are many differences between model and each brand of running shoes that having a guru speak you through to help you make the right selection it is important.
Your race fashion: Have you been dreaming of a destination race? Can not wait to get dirty at a Mud Jog?

Girls reach aim and entire 5 kilometer run

19 June, 2014 (08:09) | Uncategorized | By: admin

MISSISSAUGA — Several girls from Mississauga’s Kaban Montessori School put their running shoes on lately for a 5K run to celebrate their involvement in a program that supports them to be healthy and active.

The program is targeted at girls between 8 and 13 and works to get them living a healthy and assured lifestyle which includes jogging.

The application has been running with the goal of taking part in the non-competitive run.

As the girls chugged along, their family and friends and the teachers at the school cheered on them. A total of nine daughters took part and were coached by school principal Blanca Sanchez as well as moms Abbi O’Neill and Manuela Gonzalez.

“As a mother and coach all I can say is what a happiness it is to work with these awesome girls,” said O’Neill.

2014 Boys Lacrosse SCT seeds pronounced

22 May, 2014 (09:45) | News | By: admin

The 2014 lads lacrosse Shore Conference tournament seeds were pronounced on Sunday morning with three-time defending SCT champ Rumson-Fair Harbor obtaining the No. 1 seed and following first round bye in the 15-team tournament.
First Round matches are Tuesday, May 6
Second Round matches are Thursday, May 8
Semifinals matches are doubleheader on. The first game will be Noon and second game will be 2:30 p.m. Tickets are $3 for students, $5 for adults.
SEEDS
1.Red Bank Catholic
2. Holmdel
3. Red Bank
4. Wall
5. Manasquan
6. Freehold Township
7. Barnaget
8. St. John Vianney
9. Colts Neck
10. Lacey
11. Howell
12. Toms River South
13. Southern
14. Christian Brothers Academy
PROGRAM
First Round

(3) CBA 11, (14) Howell 7
(8) Manasquan 9, (9) Freehold Township 5
(6) Red Bank 9, (11) St. John Vianney 7
(12) Colts Neck 5, (5) Holmdel 4
(2) Southern 14, (15) Toms River South 1

Second Round
Thursday, May 8
Boys Lacrosse
Shore Conference Tournament
Quarterfinals

(13) Lacey at (12) Colts Neck, 4 p.m.
(6) Red Bank at (3) CBA, 4:30 p.m.
(8) Manasquan at (1) Rumson-Fair Haven, 6 p.m.
Semifinals
Saturday, May 10
at Monmouth University
First Semifinal, Midday
Second Semifinal, 2:30 p.m.
Final
Tuesday, May 13
at Monmouth University
Team A vs Team B 4 p.m

Luxottica’s CEO Discusses Q1 2014 Results

22 May, 2014 (09:43) | News | By: admin

Good afternoon. Here is the Chorus Call Conference Operator. As a reminder, all participants are in listen-only mode. After the demo, there will be an opportunity to ask a question. (Operator Instructions)

At this time, I want to turn the conference over to Ms. Alessandra Senici, Group Investor Relations Manager of Luxottica. Please go ahead, madam.
Group Investor Relations Director

Thank you, operator. Good afternoon and thank you for joining us today. Here with me are Andrea Guerra and Enrico Cavatorta.

Before we begin, first, I’ve a couple of quick items to cover. As a reminder, a slide presentation which we’ll informally follow during this call is available for download from our website demo section under the reading Investor Relations,.

This presentation contains certain non-IFRS financial information within the meaning of Regulation G under the U.S. Securities Exchange Act. Further information, including additional information required by Regulation G can also be obtainable in Luxottica Group’s press release relating to its results for the first quarter which may be found on our web site, under the reading Investor Relation, Press Releases section. This conference call is being recorded and is also accessible via audio webcast from our web site.

During the course certain projection or other forward-looking statement may be made regarding Luxottica Group’s future financial performance or future event. It’s possible for you to read more about such forward-looking statements on page two of the slide presentation.

We also refer you to our filings with Italian Securities Authorities and the SEC. These filings contain additional information concerning factors that may cause actual results to differ materially from those contained in direction projection or forward-looking statements.

We will begin with Andrea Guerra.
CEO

Thank you, Alessandra. Welcome to all of you to our Q1 2014 business review. It is one of these quarters where the numbers are not better than underlying results, operations, conducts, motivation, feelings. Fortunately if we needed to have a quarter that is challenging really appreciate the fact that it happened in Q1.

Currencies have been demanding. Having said this we have had the opportunity to grow like-for-like 4.2%. I actually think that it is an outstanding result. And like-for-like growth as operating profitability amount another 60 bps of development.

And this is normally a quarter where our generation of cash generally has been flattish because that is among those quarters where we create stock for the season. We have done a very great work and created EUR60 million free cash flow this quarter. So, 4.2% like-for-like growth money neutral plus 60 bps working profitability currency neutral and EUR60 million of free cash flow. Looking at the two company offices, all sales delivered another great quarter almost 8% like-for-like with Europe above anticipation and I might say all the rights of the areas at amount we anticipated.

Orders is some of our emerging marketplace has been great, but we changed a little bit less at the end of 2013, December likely part of this customers were changing would be said by me, many of these states shifted a bit more than needed. Rayban has been in great condition. Same thing we could say about Oakley. And truly successful with the tradition collection observing and marking 30 years of history s o Oakley and Ray Ban constantly leading the pack.

Northland Capital implies that Himax has lost a substantial order from a customer that could hurt its revenue.

22 May, 2014 (09:42) | News | By: admin

Northland Capital implies that Himax has lost a substantial order from a customer that could hurt its revenue.

Himax saw weakness in its large panel display driver company this past year.
But Himax can once more get back on track as a result of Google Glass.
The increase in sales of 4K TVs are also anticipated to be catalysts for the company.
But an expensive valuation relative to growth means that Himax shares can undergo additional correction.

Shares of Google (GOOG, GOOGL) Glass supplier Himax Technologies (HIMX) have taken a massive beating in 2013. The stock is down close to 40%, after Northland Capital Markets analyst Tom Sepenzis lowered his price target from $20 to according to Barron’s and the stock suffered. Sepenzis cited a large South Korean customer has pulled display driver orders from Himax for the remainder of 2014, and this can lead to a revenue loss in the range of $50 million to $60 million this year. This would be a huge setback for Himax, as it would take out close to 8% of the that it had earned in the last twelve months.

Himax is counting big to drive its results but the company is mired in short term weakness. Himax pre-declared its first-quarter revenue and gross margin in mid- April of the May 8 earnings date. Investors don’t appear to be particularly impressed, as Himax shares are down more than 2% since the statement was made by it.

Women’s Health Expo Coming to Tyrone Hospital

22 May, 2014 (09:40) | News | By: admin

The Breast Cancer and Women’s Health Institute at Tyrone Hospital is sponsoring the area’s first women’s healthy living expo. On today’s show, two of the organizers join us to share the details.

WHAT’s HAPPENING…
“Women’s Healthy Living Expo”
Saturday, April 26
10 a.m. to 3 p.m.
Tyrone Hospital Campus
Free health screenings, prizes and more
More information in the event coordinators: “(Tyrone, PA) The Breast Cancer & Women’s Health Institute of Central Pennsylvania is sponsoring the area’s first Women’s Healthy Living Expo on Saturday, April 26 from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. at the Tyrone Hospital campus. This one-day event will encourage women to spend time what they need to live a life that is healthy and to focus on themselves. The programming was designed to address interests and women’s problems like menopause, breast cancer, anxiety, beauty, fitness and nutrition, and a lot more. There is going to be free health screenings offered throughout the day.

The sessions will be lead by some of the region’s leading health experts who’ve designed their presentations specially with this occasion and for the health of women. On top of that, entry and parking is certainly free.

In addition the strong sessions, attendees will have the ability to shop with vendors, all with products and services geared towards girls.

To kick-off the Expo festivities, Olivia Calef, an art student at Penn State, and Dr. David Arbutina, Director of the Breast Cancer & Women’s Health Institute, will unveil a form bronze sculpture that was created by Calef. The sculpture will be placed at the entrance of the Breast Cancer & Women’s Health Institute, which is located . The sculpture ceremony begins at 10 a.m. on Saturday, April 26.

Seminars and presenters are confirmed:

Dr. Arbutina is a board certified surgeon with a focused expertise on breast cancer surgery and has dedicated his career to the successful treatment of breast cancer.
– Kelly Biggs, M.D., will discuss how mammography can efficiently detect abnormalities of the breast. Dr Biggs is the medical director of radiology at Tyrone Hospital.
– George Zlupko, M.D., FCCP will educate girls on the risks of smoking and tobacco use and the most effective ways to kick the habit for good. Dr. Zlupko is the founder of the Lung Disease Center of Central Pennsylvania which contains the Altoona Lung Practitioners and the Sleep Disorder Network. Dr. Zlupko is also Chairman of the Lung Disease Foundation of Central PA.
– Joyelle Scavone of Aqua Salon & Spa will lead a seminar on deciding on the best makeup based on undertone coloring and face structure. As a licensed cosmetologist, she worked in New York City with prestigious salons and has studied.
– Lannette Johnston, MS, BSN, RN, CHC, Certified Registered Nurse Health Coach and Manager of Outreach at Tyrone Hospital, will lead a session about how to reach your ideal state of health including hints for diet, exercise and the way to get motivated and stay on track.
– John McIntosh, Licensed Professional Counselor at the Outpatient Counseling Program of Tyrone Hospital, will direct a seminar on women’s mental health, focusing on anxiety, stress and emotional well being.
– Kyle Hubler, D.O., will be presenting on bone health, specifically how osteoporosis and weak bones can affect women’s well-being.
– Stephen Bisacco, M.D. will prepare women on managing menopause. Dr. Bisacco specializes in Obstetrics and Gynecology.
– Alan Kanouff, D.O., FCCP is presenting about how to get your best night’s sleep. Dr. Kanouff practices at the Altoona Lung Practitioners and Sleep Disorder Network and also specializes in pulmonary disorders.
– David Bozak, D.O. will lead a session on how women can command their back pain. Dr. Bozak is an osteopathic doctor specializing in physical medicine and rehabilitation.
– Tyler Hunter, Personal Trainer is directing two sessions on how girls can create a personalized fitness and nutrition program to help
Women attain their optimum level. ”

PROGRAM OF EVENTS:
10:00 a.m. Statue Unveiling
Remaining Strong: Guide to Bone Health
Toning Your Trouble Areas (Demonstrations)

11:30 a.m. – 12:15 p.m. Creating Your Own Fitness & Nutrition Program
The Art of Looking Young
Toning Trouble Places (Demonstrations)

12:30 p.m. – 1:15 p.m. Breast Cancer Prevention Boot Camp
Get Your Finest Night’s Sleep
The best way to Control Your Back Pain
Trouble Places that are toning (Demonstrations)

1:30 p.m. – 2:15 p.m. Reaching Your Optimal State of Health
Anxiety Less: Your Mental Health
The Art of Looking Youthful
Toning Trouble Areas (Demonstrations)

2:30 p.m. – 3:00 p.m. Creating Your Own Fitness & Nutrition Plan
Toning Trouble Areas (Demonstrations)
10:00 a.m. – 3:00 p.m. Health Screenings: Total Blood Cholesterol, Blood Glucose, Blood Pressure, & Hands Only CPR