Denver’s South Metro Fire Brings Advanced Tools to Streets

first_imgMobile Integrated sport utility vehicle If there’s one thing we know, it’s not all EMS calls require a fully stocked ambulance and fire truck. Sometimes we merely provide transportation or on-the-scene care. Four years later and there hasn’t been any job transfers or restrictions, and lost time is a thing of the past. The journey has strengthened and bettered the agency, which has 52 employees and responds to about 10,000 calls annually. We give a thumbs up to McDowell County EMS for making such a positive change by creating necessary programs. We know this agency will inspire others to examine their own practices and develop innovative solutions and partnerships in their community. Those working in the unit can do a lot of what’s performed in the ED, including testing for strep throat, suturing patient wounds and even checking the patient’s blood chemistry. The vehicle always travels with a nurse practitioner who can administer prescription medications as well. The unit is used for on-scene care only, and given the agency only transports patients on 7,000 of its 12,000 annual calls, this could save a significant amount in transportation costs. We give a thumbs up to South Metro for engineering a vehicle that not only cuts down on patient costs, but also saves the time and resources of EMS personnel throughout the city. The rural agency wanted to update and reinforce its culture of safety to guarantee it provided the best service to its patients. In 2010, the agency made a conscious effort to better its culture. So far the program isn’t covered by any insurance providers, meaning South Metro is doing it all out of pocket. Safety Restructuring To initiate change you must first acknowledge there’s a problem, which is exactly what McDowell County (N.C.) EMS did.center_img One investigator claimed the company was more interested in turning a profit than providing the right care to its patients. The lacking quality spanned across 33 nursing homes for six years, and it’s the biggest lawsuit over quality of care in nursing homes in the United States. We give a thumbs down to Extendicare Health Services for putting patient lives on the line in the name of a few extra bucks. We hope this federal fine sends the message that substandard care is unacceptable in our profession. Substandard Care Sorrows One of the largest nursing home chains has been practicing poor care, and now they’re paying for it. In July 2013, McDowell County EMS also became the first agency in western North Carolina to create and implement a mobile integrated healthcare program. The agency partners with local hospitals in an effort to lower readmission rates and the amount of high utilizers of EMS. A paramedic is sent out 48 hours after a hospital discharges a patient who received care for diabetes, heart failure, sepsis or pulmonary disease. The wellness check by the paramedic serves as a good transition from hospital to home. South Metro Fire Rescue Authority in Denver has come up with its own solution to this issue–a mobile integrated healthcare unit located inside an SUV. The vehicle is essentially a hybrid between an ED and an ambulance, allowing EMS personnel to work with more advanced tools in less advanced settings. Extendicare Health Services paid the federal government $38 million in a settlement in October. The chain had been accused of understaffing its hospitals, leading to patients with bed sores and dehydration. Patients also suffered from malnutrition and unnoticed fractures. Short-term patients were admitted even when the staff knew they couldn’t properly treat them. This was due to the hospital administration refusing to take the time to properly train or supervise its staff. In addition to substandard care, the nursing home chain is also accused of filing incorrect Medicare and Medicaid claims, including billing for unnecessary treatments.last_img read more

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BMH introduces new endoscopy system for earlier digestive disease detection and treatment

first_imgBrattleboro Memorial Hospital,Vermont Business Magazine Brattleboro Memorial Hospital is among the first hospitals in Vermont to acquire the Olympus EVIS EXERA III video endoscopy system. This system uses a video processor, light source, endoscope, and monitor to enable physicians to look inside the gastrointestinal (GI) system to diagnose, detect, and treat GI diseases such as colorectal cancer. The advanced imaging in the EVIS EXERA III system will help BMH physicians to detect GI disease at an earlier stage when treatments are most successful.“By acquiring this new system we are able to further our commitment to providing exceptional care to our patients.  With this advanced technology we increase our capacity to provide more accurate diagnoses, shorter procedure times, and an overall improved procedural experience,” said Steven R. Gordon, President and CEO of Brattleboro Memorial Hospital.The third-generation video endoscopy system uses several key technologies to improve image quality: HDTV for superior clarity, Narrow Band Imaging for enhanced observation of mucosal tissue, and dual-focus capabilities, which enable physicians to switch the depth of field from normal to near focus for more detailed observation of suspected lesions.“The clarity on this new system is exceptional, helping me to detect abnormalities, even at their earliest stages,” says BMH Gastroenterologist Jeffry Potash MD. “Early detection can improve treatment outcomes, reduce healthcare costs and improve the quality of life for patients.”  The American Cancer Society recommends that beginning at age 50, both men and women at average risk of developing colorectal cancer (CRC) should be screened for CRC and polyps. Those with a family history of colorectal cancer should be tested even earlier.“People often decline colonoscopy, either because of what they have heard about the preparation for the exam, or out of concern that the procedure will be painful.  To address this, there are several options to clean the colon and multiple sedation options,” says Potash. To further improve the procedure, the new colonoscopes in the EVIS EXERA III system use technologies such as Passive Bending (for following contours in the colon), High Force Transmission (for improved sensitivity to a physician’s movements), and Variable Stiffness (to meet the unique anatomical needs of the patient) giving the physician better control and making the procedure more comfortable for patients. “The improved handling of the new system’s scopes is helpful in routine exams, and particularly valuable in situations that require advanced endoscopic technique,” says Dr. Potash. Brattleboro Memorial Hospital (BMH) has provided health care services for over a hundred years.  A licensed, 61-bed, not-for-profit community hospital located in southeastern Vermont, it serves a rural population of about 55,000 people in 22 towns in Vermont, New Hampshire and Massachusetts.  The medical staff includes 137 board-certified physicians, both primary care and many specialists, and its 572 employees enjoy the help of over 110 active volunteers.Brattleboro, VT — (July 21, 2015) – Brattleboro Memorial Hospitallast_img read more

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Cargolux names new finance chief

first_imgForson, who succeeds former CFO David Arendt, is also a senior vice president of the company and a member of the Executive Committee of Cargolux.Forson brings over 20 years of valuable experience in financial, general business and operational management to his role as Cargolux CFO with specific emphasis on the aviation industry.He joins from Wamar International, Inc., a global provider of premium services and products in the fields of power generation, oil & gas, aviation, real life support and defense and security, where he held the position of senior vice president and chief operating officer. Prior to that Forson was the general manager finance and administration at Qatar Airways from 2003 to 2006 and before that he spent 13 years at South African Airways, where he held various senior management positions before assuming the role of CFO.Frank Reimen, president and CEO of Cargolux, said: “We are pleased to welcome Richard to our executive management team and look forward to drawing upon his extensive knowledge of the financial side of airline operations.”www.cargolux.comlast_img read more

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News focus: Jurisdictions across Europe are seeking to usurp London’s pre-eminence in commercial law

first_imgMichael CrossOther contenders include the Netherlands, long established as a centre for arbitration, where the English-language Netherlands Commercial Court is due to open next year, subject to the necessary legislation.Noting the surge in continental activity, Sir Geoffrey Vos, chancellor of the High Court, observed dryly last month: ‘If one were a cynic, one might think that some of them were hoping to capitalise on the uncertainties created by Brexit.’There is little doubt that a slice of London’s market is the sought-after prize. As lobby group TheCityUK points out: ‘More arbitrations take place in London than in any other city in the world. English courts are renowned for being a forum where litigants can be confident their disputes will be determined on their intrinsic merits.’ Law Society research demonstrates the importance of this for UK plc, with every percentage point of growth in the legal sector adding £379m to the economy.While it would never use the term, the senior judiciary in England and Wales is fighting back. ‘We cannot just rest on our laurels and hope that the international business community will be prepared to take a chance on the UK’s legal systems,’ Vos said. ‘We need to be proactive and we need to be prepared to take active steps to improve our offering if the clarion call that Britain is open for business post-Brexit is going to be taken seriously.’One such active step is the rebranding of the specialist jurisdictions of the High Court under the name ‘The Business and Property Courts of England and Wales’. Explaining the decision to abandon the historic term ‘Chancery’, Vos noted: ‘We should reach out to the occasional users of these courts, and national and international business generally.’The new brand will apply to the Commercial Court, the Admiralty Court, the Technology & Construction Court, the Financial List of the Chancery and Queen’s Bench Divisions, the Business List, the Intellectual Property List, the Company & Insolvency List, the Competition List, the Property Trusts & Probate List and the Revenue List.Another aim for the rebranding is to ease pressure on the Rolls Building in London by handling cases wherever possible in the regions from which they originate. Business and Property courts in Birmingham, Manchester and other regional centres will be connected by digital ‘superhighway’. The watchword will be: ‘No case should be too big to be tried outside London’. Although pitched as a gesture to regional legal centres, the idea that cutting waiting times will make the Rolls Building even more attractive to international litigants cannot have been far from judicial minds.A second arm to the fightback is more subtle. This is the lord chief justice’s brainchild of a ‘standing international forum’ of global commercial courts. The forum’s inaugural meeting in London in May attracted judges from across Europe and Asia, as well as from the close family of Commonwealth common law jurisdictions. Its first aim is to produce a multilateral memorandum that explains how, under current rules, judgments of one commercial court may most efficiently be enforced in the country of another.Officially, the idea is that the market will be better served if best practice is shared and courts work together. However, the location of the permanent secretariat in the Rolls Building should help preserve London’s place as the mother of commercial courts, whatever global competition emerges.As for the government’s role in maintaining London’s (and Edinburgh’s) position, this been the centre of a stream of speeches from the senior judiciary following strained relations with recent lord chancellors. The emphasis is that judicial independence is as important an asset to the national economy as it is to civil liberty. In an outspoken address last month, the soon-to-retire lord chief justice, Lord Thomas of Cwmgiedd, reminded the new lord chancellor of his duty as guardian of the independence of the judiciary, ‘which is fundamental to the maintenance of the rule of law, our democracy and the prosperity and good order of our state’.Making a surprise appearance at last week’s launch event, the current incumbent David Lidington went out of the way to praise his judicial hosts as ‘responsive, forward-thinking and clear in their purpose’.He said: ‘People are drawn to the UK from other nations as they have been for centuries and will continue to do so long into the future. They come here because they are seeking decisions that come with a recognised guarantee of impartiality, integrity and enforceability. They seek our high-quality specialist practitioners and judges who have an unrivalled reputation.’These warm words were reciprocated when Vos said the new lord chancellor had hit the ground running. However, whether the cosy relationship can long endure other pressures between the executive and judiciary remains to be seen.And, as Lidington implicitly acknowledged, London’s position as a magnet for international civil litigation was not achieved through government policy. Even in the go-go years of the 1980s, legal services were seen as only a fringe element of the City’s Big Bang. Since then, policies aimed at promoting legal services have never had the electoral attraction of, say, the semiconductor or steel industry. History suggests that governments find it easier to break confidence in a legal system than to build it. Even if Napoleon would not necessarily agree. Napoleon I must be spinning in his grave. One of his key legacies, the civil justice system designed by his deputy Jean Jacques Régis de Cambacérès, which today underpins most continental jurisdictions, has been snubbed by the latest government of the French Republic. Speaking in New York last month, president Macron’s finance minister announced that a new Paris court to settle international commercial disputes would run to common law rules – and conduct proceedings in English.France is only the latest jurisdiction to spot a business opportunity in commercial law. The federal German government last year published a 30-page glossy brochure, in English and German, claiming that the label ‘Made in Germany’ is as much a seal of quality in law as in manufactured goods. Stressing the benefits of codification, it states that ‘not only are contracts under German law more concise, they are also more cost-effective and reliable than contractual agreements under English or US law’.last_img read more

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Washington Capitals 2015 Winter Classic jerseys revealed

first_img 2,517 Members Washington Capitals 2015 Winter Classic jerseys revealed Formerly ColorWerx and PANTONE 0 Followers 0 Wrong section, Im sure there’s a thread on this in the Sports Logos section. 2,517 BrandMooreArt Sign in to follow this   NHL 71 Winter Classic 17,646 posts 0 5,926 posts 2 3,760 Jerseys One of the best Winter Classic jerseys to date. Hidden elements (flag, etc) that blend in nicely to the template, yet it remains simple. Logo is underwhelming, but matches nicely with the fauxback look. 8.5/10. Link to post Members NYCdog 1 Location:Atlanta Go To Topic Listing Link to post Location:The Hot Wheels Garage Favourite Logos:Tampa Bay Buccaneers, Chicago Blackhawks, Chicago Bulls, Cleveland Indians 2,517 The Washington Capitals revealed the jerseys for the 2015 Winter Classic when they play against the Chicago Blackhawkshttp://ftw.usatoday.com/2014/09/washington-capitals-2015-bridgestone-nhl-winter-classic-jerseysThe jerseys are putrid! I can’t even describe how bad it is. Link to post Share on other sites Share this post 16,001 1 14,762 posts Location:The Hot Wheels Garage oldschoolvikings Location:Cheyenne, WY Forcing the tip of the Washington Monument onto what otherwise looks like stock block lettering isn’t doin’ it for me. really you think it looks forced? i think they worked it in beautifully.Midway just mentioned the nod to the DC flag and i dont know if anyone else pick up on that Favourite Logos:Detroit Lions, Tampa Bay Buccaneers, Chicago Blackhawks, Detroit Red Wings, Pittsburgh Penguins, Florida Panthers, Chicago Bulls, Minnesota Timberwolves, Detroit Tigers HotWheelsdude 1,589 posts Peachy 0 These are great. An absolutely gorgeous fauxback look.And best of all, it’s an original faux back design, not the 1978-2014 Tampa Bay PadRays… 3,760 Share this post HotWheelsdude 561 Link to post Share this post Posted September 24, 2014 1 2 0 Share on other sites Posted September 24, 2014 Wrong section, Im sure there’s a thread on this in the Sports Logos section.Thanks for letting me know. I’m new to this site. No there is not. But I put in the right section this time. Can somebody delete this? 22,644 1 Location:Tampa Bay Share on other sites BrandMooreArt Share on other sites Forums Home Share this post Graphic Designer 3,760 Posted September 25, 2014 Members the admiral the admiral Sports Logo News Yeah these jerseys SUCK!How? The striping and colors look good, the nods to DC like the flag and monument are well designed, all done in good taste with a traditional wordmark. As a one-off this works tremendously. Posted September 25, 2014 Sports Logos Next Location:detroit 1 0 16,001 Members 16,001 Posted September 24, 2014 Location:Kashyyyk Posted September 24, 2014 seeing CWX’s post of the large jersey logo, im seeing details that make me like it even more. the alteration of the As in the word mark and the angle matching of the W (and As) to the stars. it’s a great concept and great execution. some of the negative comments i’ve seen in various places about the whole uniform blows my mind. this is as good as it gets. well done AS mania Share this post Members Buffalo 17,998 Members mania SportsLogos.Net Favourite Logos:North Stars 1 769 posts Share this post 1 All Activity 53,285 posts Followers 0 3,760 153 1,585 Posted September 25, 2014 TBGKon 2,510 posts Posted September 24, 2014 Link to post 10,968 posts five boroughs, one City. BrandMooreArt Share this post Banned Link to post Share on other sites 3,760 1 67 posts Posted September 24, 2014 Share this post Location:DETROIT 0 GriffinM6 290 153 3,760 Share on other sites Midway Wrong section, Im sure there’s a thread on this in the Sports Logos section.Thanks for letting me know. I’m new to this site. No there is not. But I put in the right section this time. Can somebody delete this? HotWheelsdude, the thread a lot of us have been using is the thread named “2014-15 NHL Jersey/Logo Changes”. In that thread, we talk about all the new NHL jerseys that are released as well as any jersey news that makes its way around the NHL Jersey Grapevine. I hope that helps! Mega threads suck. It’s perfectly fine to make separate threads for individual unveilings so you don’t have to weed through the nonsense in the super thread to discuss a specific jersey and have your replies mixed in with a discussion about something totally different. I wish mega threads didn’t exost at all. Share on other sites 350 Moderators HotWheelsdude Posted September 25, 2014 Washington Capitals 2 Link to post Drop The Orca Vancouver! Posted September 24, 2014 MEANS Location:Fort Worth, TX tigerslionspistonshabs Favourite Logos:Chicago Blackhawks, Minnesota North Stars, Hartford Whalers 67 posts Graphic Designer 0 Link to post 22,644 Buffalo Members Wrong section, Im sure there’s a thread on this in the Sports Logos section.Thanks for letting me know. I’m new to this site. No there is not. But I put in the right section this time. Can somebody delete this?HotWheelsdude, the thread a lot of us have been using is the thread named “2014-15 NHL Jersey/Logo Changes”. In that thread, we talk about all the new NHL jerseys that are released as well as any jersey news that makes its way around the NHL Jersey Grapevine. I hope that helps! 9,114 posts 9,114 posts five boroughs, one City. Share on other sites Share on other sites Link to post Graphic Designer But news like this can also have its own thread, in addition to the megathread. I like ’em. Clever design on the W. 0center_img 1,585 Sign in to follow this   Link to post Share this post 17,998 1,264 17,998 Share on other sites HotWheelsdude 1,052 posts Link to post 26,192 Share this post Location:Indiana > Miami 1,264 All Activity Posted September 24, 2014 Posted September 24, 2014 0 I get why they do, although it’s important to have the discussion in both places because there are some megas that I can’t be bothered with. But some are fun. We’ve got the opposite problem on the 2014-15 Soccer thread – because there’s a separate thread for the MLS logo unveiling, a mod is removing conversations about it from the mega. Share on other sites tigerslionspistonshabs 71 They really are nice. Good mixture of American flag ideas and old uniform elements. Great job Washington. I especially love the Washington monument in the W. 350 Posted September 24, 2014 Gothamite 153 Link to post Share on other sites 53,285 posts Share this post Page 1 of 2   71 290 Share on other sites Chewbacca Page 1 of 2   Share on other sites Members 0 3,760 Posted September 24, 2014 0 BrandMooreArt 561 TBGKon Link to post Members Share this post 22,644 Posted September 25, 2014 BBTV Banned 0 Link to post Link to post Members Washington Capitals 2015 Winter Classic jerseys revealed 3,760 561 26,192 I apologize for any decorum MEANS 1,264 Favourite Logos:Pensacola Blue Wahoos Primary NYCdog Recommended Posts 567 Posted September 24, 2014 22,644 Probably close to 100 different graphics in this season’s package; the NHL really goes all out (graphics-wise) for these special events… Gothamite Yeah these jerseys SUCK! Gothamite Sports Logos BrandMooreArt Forums Home Members Posted September 24, 2014 9,114 posts 0 26,192 Location:Candy Mountain 353 Members Link to post These are great. An absolutely gorgeous fauxback look. Members Share on other sites Next 567 Posted September 24, 2014 Share this post 22,644 By HotWheelsdude, September 24, 2014 in Sports Logo News 924 posts 290 Location:Indiana > Miami 353 Link to post Link to post This topic is now closed to further replies. Share this post Initialisms Suck 1 Members SportsLogos.Net Location:Indiana > Miami Share this post Share on other sites 1 Share on other sites Posted September 24, 2014 TruColor Link to post putrid he says. i knew when i saw them that people were going to hate them. i think they’re really great. i give them an AAgreed. Members I posted these in the megathread as well: Favourite Logos:Logos designed: Toronto Maple Leafs / WCOH Canada / WCOH Team North America Forcing the tip of the Washington Monument onto what otherwise looks like stock block lettering isn’t doin’ it for me. They probably should have just worn the red version of the 1972-1995 uniforms (god, those terrible sweaters stuck around a long time). I dislike fauxbacks meant to obviously predate the establishment of the club. Also, come to think of it, doesn’t this look a lot like the Spits’ logo?I came up with a Hamilton Tigers concept that I was going to post today or tomorrow that looks sort of like this. Now if I post it, I’ll look like a plagiarist. I am embarrass. 0 Sports Logo News Link to post 350 Share on other sites TruColor GriffinM6 Midway Location:Burnsville, MN Share this post putrid he says. i knew when i saw them that people were going to hate them. i think they’re really great. i give them an A Share this post Chewbacca Members Members 3,760 57,915 posts BrandMooreArt 12,787 posts Washington Capitals 2015 Winter Classic jerseys revealed 1 Favourite Logos:Tampa Bay Buccaneers, Chicago Blackhawks, Chicago Bulls, Cleveland Indians oldschoolvikings 567 Share on other sites 0 Prev Prev 1 13,501 posts Share this post Gothamite Tigereye Share this post 1,585 Share on other sites The W is meant to be clean and simple to tie together the established W worn by teams such as the Senators and the Washington Presidents who had the stripes on the shoulders and the W (without the monument detail) on their sleeves. The stars above are a direct tie to the D.C. flag which is derived from the family crest of George Washington. 22,644 Share this post 46,551 posts BBTV 353last_img read more

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Hooper bags five, Barrackpore earns draw

first_imgGuyanese off-spinner, Eon Hooper bagged his second five-wicket haul of the Trinidad and Tobago Cricket Board National League two-day tournament to earn Barrackpore United a draw with Endeavour Sports Club over the weekend. Playing at Endeavor, Barrackpore won the toss and elected to bat where they posted 193 all out in 49.3 overs before containing the hosts to 155 all out in 71.1 overs.With a first innings lead of 38, Barrackpore declared on 151 for five in their second innings, setting Endeavour 189 to win. The hosts however, held on for a draw after reaching 123 for nine at stumps.Barrackpore’s first innings centered around Adrian Cooper who stroked eight boundaries, including a six on his way to a run-a-ball 62. He was supported by Hooper, who contributed 38 from 56 balls, laced with three fours and one six. Deen Charles (22) and Darron Beckah (14) also provided useful contributions for Barrackpore as Stephen Shadick picked up seven for 47 in 23 overs. Chris Pattia complemented Shadick with two for 21.Hooper returned to pick up five for 41 in 25 overs to stifle Endeavour’s batting order. He got support from Ramesh Brijlal who copped three for 38 from 16 overs.In Barrackpore’s second innings, a brisk 36 from Cooper who added 47 for the second wicket alongside Shiva Rambaran (22). Joshua James (35) and Cephas Cooper (21 not out) pushed the total up before the declaration. Shadick picked up five for 51 to bring his match haul to 12 wickets. Endeavour were kept in line by Rambaran who took five for 23 while getting support from Brijlal (3-52) and Hooper (1-20). Shadick top scored with 25 while Guyanese, Krishna Deosarran made 19.last_img read more

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Healthful holiday

first_imgAnd Fady Maoud, 8, agreed to try mushrooms. “I might start liking mushrooms,” he said. Before they ate their salads, Osland gave a lesson on nutrition to help make her students healthy eaters. They munched their food, then drew pictures and wrote descriptions of ingredients they liked and disliked. “I believe that if you provide the choice, they’ll make healthy decisions,” Osland said. “They just need to be informed.” MANHATTAN BEACH Sony design award won by CSULB student Manhattan Beach resident Jesse Moyer has placed second in a student design competition sponsored by Sony. She created a logo that was inspired by a locus, a fixed position on a chromosome or genetic marker, for the electronic company’s line of high-definition products. Moyer is an interior architectural design student at California State University, Long Beach. She plans to graduate in May 2009. Moyer was given a $2,000 grant, and the Cal State Long Beach design department was awarded a $1,000 grant. LAUSD Food services director hired to oversee menus Two months after hiring an executive chef to improve school cafeteria food, the Los Angeles Unified School District appointed a new deputy director of food services. The district named David Binkle to the post Dec. 20. Binkle will oversee school menus and ensure the district’s food meets nutritional standards. The department delivers 500,000 meals a day to more than 700 schools. Binkle was a senior food service manager at California State University, Fresno. He earned a bachelor’s degree in health and recreation from Oklahoma Panhandle State University and attended the Culinary Institute of America in Hyde Park, N.Y. 160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set! Chocolate truffles, Santa cookies and pumpkin pie were nowhere to be found on a table in Xylina Osland’s third-grade classroom. Osland aimed for a more nutritional approach to the annual holiday party for her students at Carr Elementary School in Torrance. Instead of sugary treats, she spread out baby carrots, kidney beans and “craisins” (cranberry raisins). Sunflower seeds and tomato wedges lined up next to garbanzo beans and blueberries. Students had signed up to bring items for the Souplantation-style buffet. AD Quality Auto 360p 720p 1080p Top articles1/5READ MORECoach Doc Rivers a “fan” from way back of Jazz’s Jordan ClarksonTaking small salad bowls, the third-graders chose ingredients as Osland nudged them to try new foods. Karen Bailey, 8, scrunched her face when she realized she had sprinkled craisins, instead of raisins, on her lettuce. At Osland’s urging, Karen bit off a piece of one. “It was sweet and tart at the same time,” Karen said. “I thought it would be gross.” Reyna Hinojosa, 8, said she liked the Italian-style gourmet dressing snatched by Ross Piscitello, 8, from Mom’s Weight Watchers stash. last_img read more

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