Tomorrow, the U.S. Postal Service will commemorate the Girl Scouts’ 100th anniversary during the world’s largest sing-along to issue the Celebrate Scouting First-Class Mail Forever stamp.
Available nationwide tomorrow, the stamp will be dedicated at the Washington Monument grounds on the National Mall at the Girl Scouts Rock the Mall: 100th Anniversary Sing-Along, where nearly a quarter-million girls will converge during the organization’s centennial anniversary.
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Students who qualify will complete, in 32 weeks, the in-school portion of their apprenticeship training. An additional four weeks will be spent with a potential employer or performing other work-related activities.
Belfast is leading the many commemorations taking place around the world in memory of those who perished on the Titanic’s tragic maiden voyage 100 years ago today.
As her physical and spiritual home, Belfast is marking this significant occasion with a number of commemorative events.
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This Saturday, Dec. 12 marks what would have been the 100th birthday of legendary performer Frank Sinatra. While it has been several decades since the man with the unmistakable blue eyes commanded the stage at iconic venues up and down the Las Vegas Strip, it is undeniable that his presence and impact are still felt.
The momentous centennial celebration brought many of those who knew Sinatra best back to Las Vegas, his home away from home, including his youngest daughter, Tina Sinatra, and granddaughter, Amanda Erlinger. The pair spoke on a variety of Sinatra’s brightest Las Vegas performances, his favorite Las Vegas hot spots and how Sinatra would perceive the transformation of the glittering Strip into the Las Vegas of today.
“Any trip to Las Vegas with my dad was always great, always eventful,” shared Tina Sinatra, smiling over memories from her childhood visits to Las Vegas to watch her father perform. “He was born to play Las Vegas; some say he made Las Vegas.”
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Centennial College's Police Foundations program is a two-year program that consists of intense training equivalent to that of a paramilitary environment, which helps students to develop discipline and deportment. Courses are based on real-life experiences and case studies that incorporate a fundamental perspective on life. The program successfully prepares graduates for careers in the various police and military forces or in the field of security and related occupations and they have the ability to withstand pressure, communicate effectively, act as problem-solvers and help people in the community.
Centennial College's Heavy Duty Equipment Technician is a two-year program in which students spend the first eight months in school, eight months in co-op as a registered apprentice and a final eight months in school. As part of the in-school curriculum, students train on heavy duty equipment assemblies in fully-equipped heavy duty equipment labs.
Centennial College's Aviation Technician – Aircraft Maintenance program is a two-year program that covers a wide range of the aviation and aerospace sectors, which together work to keep aircraft safe and airworthy.
Centennial graduate Stephanie Matzos shares her thoughts on College and her position at The Children's Wish Foundation of Canada. Find out more about Alumni Association at http://www.centennialcollege.ca/student-services/clubs-associations/alumni-development/alumni.aspx