Resorts World Sentosa in Singapore has partnered with LIV Golf, the controversial world tour of professional golf funded by Saudi Arabia’s Public Investment Fund (PIF). The sovereign wealth fund is one of the richest in the world with assets estimated at 620 billion dollars.
The 2023 LIV golf season kicked off last month in Mexico with LIV Golf Mayakoba. The tour will then stop in Tucson, Az., from March 17-19.
LIV Golf Singapore will take place from April 28-30 at the Serapong course at Sentosa Golf Club. Resorts World Singapore, one of the world’s largest integrated resort destinations, which features a 160,000 square foot casino with over 2,400 slot machines and 500 table games, will be the title sponsor of LIV Golf Singapore.
We are bringing LIV Golf to Singapore because it is part of our DNA to deliver new, high-end experiences to our wide range of visitors. Many of our premium visitors are also golf enthusiasts and they will like this event,” commented Tan Hee Teck, CEO of RW Sentosa.
World Golf Hall of Fame member Greg Norman, CEO and Commissioner of LIV Golf, said the golf tournament will bring some of the best golfers in the world to Singapore, a “market deserving of the best competitive and entertainment experiences. events. of our sport”.
Resorts World Sentosa shares a casino gaming duopoly in Singapore with Marina Bay Sands, which is owned and operated by Las Vegas Sands.
LIV Golf has been chastised on the world political stage for acting as a front for the Saudi government to improve its public image through “sportswashing”. In the United States, many residents, journalists and PGA Tour players continue to hold negative views of Saudis due to the country’s alleged links to the financing of the 9/11 terrorist attacks.
Despite the controversy, LIV Golf’s huge login bonuses and $25 million tournament purses have successfully poached many of the PGA Tour’s top players. Notable golf superstars who have jumped for LIV include Phil Mickelson, Dustin Johnson and Brooks Koepka.
The parent organization of Resorts World Sentosa is the Genting Group, a Malaysia-based conglomerate that invests in gaming and hospitality, oil and gas, agriculture, science and biotechnology, and power generation. While Genting’s Resorts World New York City property is far less likely to support a US-based LIV golf event, the Singapore tournament is likely to cause far less controversy for the global conglomerate.
Tan, who was elevated to CEO in May 2022, said Resorts World’s sponsorship of LIV Golf Singapore is part of the casino’s ongoing commitment to bringing world-class entertainment and attractions to the city-state. . .
Former President Donald Trump is a huge fan of LIV Golf and lends several of his golf courses to the tour. The 2023 LIV Golf League consists of 14 tournaments, and three of them are scheduled for lessons with Trump on their behalf.
LIV Golf Washington, DC, scheduled for May 26-28, will be played at Trump National Golf Club outside the nation’s capital in Sterling, Virginia. LIV Golf Bedminster, scheduled for August 11-13, will be played at Trump National Golf Club in New Jersey. And from October 20-22, LIV Golf Miami will be played at Trump National Doral.
Trump said last fall that LIV Golf was backed by “good people with unlimited money.”
New York Impact
Genting is pursuing a large-scale downstate casino license for RW New York City. The Queens Casino near JFK International Airport is currently limited to video lottery terminals and electronic table games. A full-scale casino license would allow the property to bring Las Vegas-style slots, live dealer table games, and sports betting to the property.
Along with MGM Resorts’ Empire City Casino in Yonkers, Resorts World is considered a leader in one of three downstate casino licenses.
The World Winter Sports (Beijing) Expo 2022 (referred to as “WWSE”), co-organized by Asia Digital Group, took place from September 1 to 12, 2022 in Beijing. The WWSE is a professional and authoritative international exhibition that focuses specifically on winter sports. It aims to introduce Chinese people to winter sports and promote the project of “engaging 300 million people in ice and snow” to popularize winter sports activities in China.
The World Winter Sports Expo (Beijing) has been held annually since 2016 in Beijing, China. It is on its way to becoming the largest winter sports exhibition in the world.
This year’s show takes place at Shougang Park, an incredible industrial complex located in the western part of Beijing. For the very first time, the Embassy of the Republic of Slovenia exhibited at the show (Hall 6), alongside Beijing Snow Elan Sport Co., Ltd., the largest distributor of Slovenian-made ski equipment in China.
Slovenian brands such as Slatnar, Elan and Alpina were presented at the exhibition. The Embassy booth serves a branding purpose, specifically a way to showcase Slovenia as the hometown of skiing, showcase high quality skis and other winter sports equipment made in Slovenia , and to promote the Slovenian winter games and sports culture.
MANILA, Philippines — After asserting himself in the floor exercise, Carlos Yulo capped off a scintillating production at the 15th FIG Artistic Gymnastics World Cup in Doha, Qatar with two medals.
Yulo won a silver medal on the parallel bars and a bronze medal on the vault, two events where the Olympian from Tokyo normally finishes on the podium.
A former world champion on the vault, the 4ft 11in Dynamo scored 14.966 on his first attempt, highlighted by a double spring front pike, which scored 9.366 on the run after a clear landing.
Yulo’s second jump saw him fly over a double spin from Kasamatsu, but reaching the ground was far from perfect, giving the Filipino 14.800 and finishing with 14.883 on average.
Artur Davtyan, the reigning world champion from Armenia, dominated the event with a Dragulescu on his first jump and followed it up with a Randi knockdown, a two and a half spin, taking his combined effort to 15.083.
Igor Radivilov of Ukraine placed second averaging 14.899 for the two attempts.
Yulo punctuated the medal rush on parallel bars when he tabulated a total of 14.933, good for second place behind Ukraine’s Illia Kovtun, who won the gold medal with 14.966. The bronze medal went to Ferhat Arican from Turkiye (14.733).
Next up for Yulo is the third leg of the World Cup series in Baku, Azerbaijan from March 9-12, before wrapping up the fourth and final phase in Cairo from April 27-30.
This year’s World Cup series is a qualification for the apparatus events of the 2023 FIG Artistic Gymnastics World Championships in Antwerp, Belgium, from September 30 to October 30. 8, which offers tickets for the Paris 2024 Olympics.
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Legends League Cricket Masters: India Maharajas, World Giants, Asia Lions announce their coaches | Cricket News – Times of India
NEW DELHI: League of Legends Cricket Masters teams – Maharajas of India, Giants of the world And asiatic lions – the coaches announced on Friday. The tournament is scheduled to take place from March 10-20 at Asian Town Cricket Stadium in Doha, Qatar. Lance Klusener, Lalchand Rajput and Dav Whatmore will coach the three teams of the Masters LLCwhich will see international cricketing legends step back in time and stage an extravaganza on the pitch. Lance Klusener, one of the most versatile and accomplished players in international cricket, has been appointed India Maharajas coach for the 2023 LLC Masters. The South African great will have stars such as Irfan Pathan, S Sreesanth and Robin Uthappa. during the tournament, with more icons to add to their roster. Speaking about the 10-day tournament in Doha, Klusener said: “I am so grateful to have had the opportunity to work with huge icons of Indian cricket during the LLC Masters and see them compete against the game’s biggest stars. .international game.. “I really look forward to exchanging innovative ideas and coaching philosophies with all of them as veterans of the game. I’m confident they still have that quality in them as they showcase the skills that made them the icons they are today.After a few practice sessions, I’m sure they’ll all be itching to go. The World Giants, on the other hand, have appointed one of India’s most distinguished opening batsmen on the National Tour, Lalchand Rajput, as the LLC Masters coach. Known for his stint in charge of the Indian men’s cricket team in the historic 2007 Twenty20 World Cup victory in South Africa; the former Zimbabwe, Afghanistan and Mumbai Indians coach will work with international cricket stars such as Brett Lee, Jacques Kallis, Chris Gayle and Shane Watson to name a few who are part of the World Giants team. Lalchand Rajput happily said, “Not only am I thrilled to work with greats like Aaron Finch, Brett Lee, Chris Gayle, Shane Watson and many more, but I also look forward to the great moments I can share. with them. We have some fantastic personalities on our roster, and interacting with them one-on-one is also an incredible opportunity as a coach, as I understand the behind-the-scenes processes they have gone through during their illustrious careers. I’m sure watching them play together and take on other global cricketing icons will make me extremely nostalgic. Moreover, the former Australian striker has the most coaching experience of the three and will lead the Asian Lions for the 2023 LLC Masters. Whatmore started his career with the Sri Lanka national team in 1995. Since then, he has managed the Bangladesh national cricket team, the Kolkata Knight Riders, the Pakistan national cricket team and, in his last stint , the Zimbabwe national cricket team. . He will have the chance to reconnect with many of his former players who are part of the Asian Lions team, such as Mohammad Hafeez, Misbah-ul-Haq and Dilhara Fernando, to name a few. Commenting on his nomination, Whatmore said: “It is a pleasure to be part of such an interesting and unique tournament. The league has given me the chance to work with many icons of international cricket with whom I have worked very closely in the past, and being able to interact with them again will surely bring back fond memories. Our team are going to be extremely competitive in the league and I am sure they will show their star quality on the pitch by entertaining the fans in the stadiums and at home. I’m also looking forward to enjoying the electric atmosphere of the Doha site. The Legends League Cricket Masters will kick off with a match between India Maharajas and Asia Lions on March 10. It will allow spectators to witness one of the greatest cricket matches in the world as great cricketers from India, Sri Lanka, Bangladesh and Pakistan. will share the same field for the tournament to be operational.
Restart the presses! Nunatsiaq News is back in print!
After almost three years of interruption, the print edition of this newspaper returns this week.
We temporarily ceased publishing the print edition in March 2020, shortly after the World Health Organization declared COVID-19 a global pandemic. This upside down period is best summed up by the word “pivot”.
Businesses, governments, community organizations and individuals have been forced to change what they do and how they do it.
Nunatsiaq News received a triple whammy. The print shop we used reduced production and eventually closed during the pandemic.
It became more difficult and more expensive to ship newspapers as Canadian North reduced flights and shipped only essential goods.
And the newspaper’s distribution in the North became unpredictable as everyone was encouraged to stay home and practice social distancing to prevent the spread of the novel coronavirus.
Hopefully it all fades from the history books now. Life in the North and across Canada is starting to look more like it did before the pandemic.
That’s why it’s time to bring back the print edition of Nunatsiaq News.
It is a happy coincidence that we are able to reach this milestone as the newspaper begins to celebrate its 50e birthday in February.
So much has changed since 2020. Like everyone else, we’ve learned a lot about how to do things differently.
It is clear that readers have chosen to put their news online. The news industry was heading in this direction before COVID-19, but the pandemic has accelerated and deepened this shift.
Readers have shown a preference for information delivered instantly, and our ability to do so has refined as we have invested in our website and email distribution.
Our website – which was updated approximately eight months into the pandemic – continues to be where readers in Nunavut, Nunavik and southern Canada turn for the latest information on the North. . . We are proud to say that it won the Best Website category at the Quebec Community Newspaper Association’s annual awards for 2020 and 2021.
Social media, in particular Facebook, is the medium by which more and more of our readers consult Nunatsiaq News.
And the number of people who subscribe to our free e-edition and receive a PDF version of the document delivered to their inbox every Friday morning continues to grow.
But there are still plenty of readers who love the tradition of an ink-on-paper journal…perhaps with a cup of coffee in hand, as an indulgence during their busy days.
Thus, our print edition returns as a tool used by Nunatsiaq News to keep its readers informed and entertained.
It will be slightly different than it was before the pandemic. Instead of newsprint, it will be printed on bond paper and it will be slightly smaller than the old tabloid look from three years ago.
The distribution will also be a little different, with newspapers appearing in Iqaluit, Rankin Inlet, Cambridge Bay, Pangnirtung, Kuujjuaq and Ottawa…to start.
Readers told us they missed the print edition after going on hiatus in 2020.
We think the return of the print edition this week will make you feel like you’re reconnecting with an old friend you haven’t seen in a while. You realize how much you missed them. You realize they have changed, and you have changed.
But despite all the time that has passed, you are happy to see them again.
MIAMI, March 1, 2023 /PRNewswire/ — NFL Hall of Fame Ray Lewis joined the board of the World Jai-Alai League (WJAL), America’s only professional Jai-Alai league. Lewis, considered one of the most dominant defensive players in NFL history, lends his unique skills to jai-alai, the world’s fastest ball sport. With 13 Pro Bowl selections and a Super Bowl MVP award, Lewis brings his competitive nature to a sport looking to break through in 2023.
“I’m thrilled to join WJAL on the ground floor and help bring awareness to this growing sport,” Lewis said. “They are incredible athletes who play a particularly difficult game, and Scott Savin and his team are building something special. I can’t wait to get to Miami soon to see these athletes in person.
“We couldn’t be happier to welcome Ray to our Board of Directors. It’s a great day for the growth of our league,” said Scott Savin, Director of Operations of the Jai-Alai World League. “Ray’s stature, experience and knowledge will increase the overall awareness of jai-alai, which is already growing exponentially. Ray will be a motivating force, not just for our athletes, but for all of us.
Lewis is a former professional football player who played as a center linebacker with the Baltimore Ravens throughout his 17-year NFL career. He is an NFL Hall of Fame player, two-time Super Bowl champion, and host of “The Ray Lewis Show.”
Jai-Alai is a 400 year old sport originating from the Basque province of Spain. It was made in competition in UNITED STATES for almost a century. Players use a basket type racket called that’s it to throw and catch a ball that often travels at speeds over 150 mph. The five-team league features the best players in the world, including several from the University of Miami athletes. They join an international array of talent from Spain, France, MexicoAnd The Philippines.
With a historical heritage and a significant presence in Miamithe WJAL Board of Directors includes six prominent individuals, including Joey Cornblit, the first US-born player to achieve world champion status, and Leon Shepard, affectionately known as “Tevin” during his reign as retired U.S. Champion Jai-Alai. The allure of this opportunity has not escaped Lewis, who has always felt a strong connection to the city. Additionally, Lewis noted that several universities in Miami athletes found a new way to earn an income through their active participation in the organization, especially those who did not reach the National Football League.
The WJAL broadcasts all games live on ESPN3 and is licensed for sports betting in 12 states, Mexico, and the Province of Ontario. The WJAL plays three days a week (Monday, Tuesday, Friday) at the Magic City Fronton in Miami. WJAL Spring Season Play Days are open to the public on Fridays (7 p.m.) until May 12. In addition to ESPN3, WJAL matches can be viewed on Jai-Alai TV (www.jaialai.live), via the Jai-Alai app (downloadable on Roku, Firestick, iOS and Google Playstore) and on www.watchjaialai.com.
About Jai-Alai World League
The World Jai-Alai League (WJAL) is dedicated to revamping the once renowned sport of jai-alai across the world by modernizing gameplay, capitalizing on the booming international sports betting market and bringing the sport via the social media to a new generation of fans. .
For more information, visit www.jaialaiworld.com. The WJAL plays at the Magic City Fronton in Miami located at 450 NW 37e A V.
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This is the third in a series of profiles celebrating the work of our alumni for Black History Month. Please see the slideshow at the bottom of this article for additional profiles.
Casey Bruce-White (ABJ ’11) is Associate Director, Program and Strategy for Affiliate Support and National Initiatives with the American Civil Liberties Union.
Prior to that, she worked at the ACLU of Florida for 6½ years, holding several communications positions, including Director of Communications. She has also worked with numerous organizations including the Miami City Ballet, Georgia Center for Nonprofits, and AmeriCorps VISTA. Her articles and essays have appeared in publications such as Florida Today, The Huffington Post, and Art Saves Lives International.
Bruce-White was named one of Miami’s Top 50 Female Leaders for 2023 by Women We Admire, a 2021 Fellow for the New Leaders Council, and a 2017 Miami Girl Making History by the Miami Girls Foundation. She is a professional member of ColorComm, a national membership organization for women of color in the communications industry, and she is a founding member of MINO, a professional membership organization that provides emerging black women leaders with professional development and networking. . support on their journey to becoming world changers.
While a student at Grady College, Bruce-White majored in magazine journalism and was involved with several campus organizations, including the Black Affairs Council, InfUSion Magazine, and the National Association of Black Journalists. She also completed Safe Space training with the LGBTQ+ Resource Center, volunteered for the after-school youth program at Rocksprings in Athens, and served as a resident assistant for two years in the Reed community.
She lives in Miami with her husband, Corey, her son, Gabriel, and her dog, Bella.
The following are excerpts from an interview with Bruce-White that have been edited for clarity and length:
What experience during your time at Grady College had the biggest influence on your current situation?
Studying at Grady College was one of the best experiences of my life. I remember the day I learned that I had been admitted to school. It was a day filled with joy and appreciation for the hard work I had put in after struggling to adjust to college and university life during my freshman year. When I was admitted to school, I felt like I was finally in a good rhythm.
I was fortunate to learn from two amazing teachers who became my mentors after graduating from Grady College. They are the late Conrad Fink and Valerie Boyd. Without them, I don’t think I would have continued to pursue a career in advocacy communications. In early 2011, Professor Fink told me (after being late to another of his classes) that I was a “howler” and that my best writing happened when I wrote about things that bored me. Well, he was right. I have spent much of my career in the movement on behalf of historically marginalized communities, and in particular black and brown people. I’ve written about everything from voter suppression to paid sick leave and access to abortion. I have never forgotten what he said, and it drives me to keep writing and organizing on social and economic issues in pursuit of equity and justice.
Professor Boyd was another professor at Grady College who meant the world to me. She was the first black teacher I had at Grady College, and that performance meant so much to me. She helped me learn to focus my writing to become clearer and more persuasive. Professor Boyd really wanted to help his students succeed, and thanks to her, I was able to connect with other writers in Atlanta and work with them as they launched their own online journals and magazines. I finally started my own online blog with two friends in 2016. Professor Boyd taught me a lot and I owe a lot of my success to him. She had a profound impact on me, and I honor her life and her friendship through my work.
What brought you to your current career path?
At the end of my freshman year at UGA in 2010, I was fortunate enough to be chosen for an internship with the Sadie Nash Leadership Project, whose mission is to empower, empower and equip young women of gender and young people of color as agents. for a change in their lives and in the world. Operating at the intersection of love and rigor, the Sadie Nash Leadership Project uses popular education to build community, critical awareness, and college and career readiness among participants. This experience changed the trajectory of my career and I have never looked back. I have used my journalism training to propel me into a career of advocacy communication, movement building and organizing to disrupt systems of power and oppression that harm historically marginalized communities. My work now is not so much a career path as a life calling for the spirit of good and evil to push our country to change.
What advice do you follow?
Two pieces of advice I respect are #1: Believe it can change and #2: Love at the center. The struggle for liberation is omnipresent and the work of dismantling systems of oppression and evil is urgent. It is easy and understandable to view these challenges as insurmountable. But I rely on my ancestors, I learn from my elders, and I am inspired by so many people who do this work every day. They make me believe that can change, and I live by that advice. Also, I remember someone at a conference once telling me that with love at the center, the change we seek is possible. It upset me and made me think differently about how I approach this work for justice. With love at the center, I believe we can and will make our country a place where everyone can live in dignity and thrive.
What advice would you give to young students of color who will soon enter the workforce?
There are so many little nuggets of wisdom I’ve learned from other great leaders I’ve met that I think would be helpful for students of color entering the workforce. The first would be to find a mentor. Look for people who do the work you want to do, befriend them, and learn from them.
The second would be to stand up for what you know is right. We all have a moral obligation to do the right thing, and it’s not just societal, but it should be part of your daily practice. Just because something is part of the company culture doesn’t mean it’s the right thing. It could also mean encouraging your company to expand its policies to meet the needs of workers now. I urge young students of color to challenge policies that are not mission-aligned or EDIB-centric (equity, diversity, inclusion or belonging) and urge organizational leaders to effect change. Whether it’s speaking out about bad workplace behavior or urging your company to extend paid family leave or mental health days. Be brave for what you know is right.
The third would be to look for opportunities to help you develop your expertise and skills. Approach life with curiosity! There are so many free workshops and seminars available to us. There are also opportunities that cater specifically to students of color in a variety of different fields. Never stop learning or trying to grow and expand your expertise. Also, join professional groups or spaces that concentrate people of color.
Finally, impostor syndrome is a very real problem for many people, but especially for women of color. For example, women of color who suffer from impostor syndrome will often not apply for a job for which they are qualified if they feel they do not meet all of the criteria listed in a job description. News flash: No one has all the skills listed in a job description! Remember that you are powerful and you can learn new skills. Apply for this job or other new opportunities. And, if you need help coping with impostor syndrome, talk to a medical professional or life coach. They can help you gain confidence and learn how to deal with feelings of impostor syndrome, especially when it comes to work.
What does Black History Month mean to you?
Black History Month is a time for us to reflect on the contributions, culture, and lived experiences of Black people in America. It is a way for us to honor our ancestors and elders, to teach our children about the struggles we have faced and still face for fairness and justice, and to envision a future where black people are safe, valued, seen, believed, can thrive and live here peacefully and with dignity. In addition to Black History Month, I celebrate Black Future Month, which is a forward-looking vision of what black freedom can look like. This month is a time of reflection and celebration. It is a time of work, rest, joy and resistance. As we live in a time when Black History education is under threat from state governments across the country, this month means everything to me. As a new mom, this month has given me a new opportunity to teach my son the power of his community and the beauty of his culture. It’s powerful. This month is a space to celebrate our history and imagine a world where all black people are free.
Date: February 28, 2023
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THE C16QS is poised to unlock affordable, high-performance solutions for accelerated cellular IoT adoption.
Cavli Wireless will attend Embedded World 2023 in Nuremberg, Germany from March 14-16, 2023.
The event is known to be the largest in-vehicle technology show, showcasing various electronic systems, distributed intelligence, IoT, energy efficiency, and more. Cavli will showcase its IoT connectivity solutions in Hall 3, Booth 3-328.
The first showcase of the Cavli stand will be the brand new Cavli C16QSan integrated single mode LTE CAT1.bis cellular module based on 3GPP Release 14, which comes with an integrated eSIM and GNSS. The Cavli C16QS will also offer OEMs implementing IoT to reduce upfront hardware costs through efficient module pricing, making it the world’s most affordable LTE CAT1.bis solution on the market. The built-in eSIM coupled with Cavli Hubble Global Connectivity ensures the module can be deployed globally, making it an ideal solution for logistics, automotive, vehicle tracking, and more.
Hubble Stack Intelligence enables remote diagnostics, monitoring and debugging of the C16QS via Hubble Lens, an advanced remote diagnostics feature of the Cavli Hubble IoT Platform. This feature eliminates the need for physical intervention, allowing the IoT to scale efficiently. And through its strong partnerships with EU carriers, Cavli has gained an extensive presence across Europe with its local LTE and LTE-M connectivity solutions, setting new industry standards for service and pricing.
Cavli Wireless will also showcase the flagship C-Series cellular IoT modules featuring LPWAN and broadband connectivity with a wide range of options in terms of footprint, power consumption and network capabilities, making Cavli smart modules a suitable choice for any solution customers want. to implement. The Cavli Solutions Expertise team will also present live demonstrations of the Hubble technology stack and free solution guidance to booth visitors.
Tarun Thomas George, Chief Operating Officer, Cavli Wireless, commented:
“As the premier trade event for technology companies worldwide, Embedded World 2023 provides the perfect platform to unveil our industry-leading cellular IoT solutions. Cavli Wireless is thrilled to join industry leaders at this prestigious event and demonstrate our commitment to democratizing the Internet of Things.
Today local volunteers from the American Red Cross Disaster Action Team, Broward County Chapter, responded to aAccommodation fireon NE 31st Street In Pompano BeachFlorida. The trained disaster team helped coordinate emergency assistance to five (5 people near the fire, two of which (2)children.
The Red Cross is providing emergency financial assistance, health and mental health services, individual support to connect people to available recovery assistance and will continue to provide additional support to family to meet their needs caused by the disaster.
The Disaster Response Team is a group of specially trained local Red Cross volunteer responders who are ready to respond to such emergencies 24 hours a day, 365 days a year. Disaster Action Team volunteers also provide emotional support and information to help families begin the recovery process. Red Cross disaster assistance is free, a donation made possible by donations to the Red Cross.
Families in our community, across the country and around the world, turn to the Red Cross for help every day because #EmergenciesDontStop. Hospitalized patients always need vital blood; neighbors still need food, shelter and care after disasters; and military families still need support. Your help is needed to meet the urgent needs of our mission today in redcross.org/SouthFlorida.
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Download the Red Cross emergency app by visiting redcross.org/apps or send SMS alerts to ensure user safety. And the Monster Guard mobile app is specially designed for children, teaching them to prepare for emergencies at home by playing an engaging game.
About the American Red Cross: The American Red Cross shelters, feeds and comforts the victims; provides about 40% of the nation’s blood; teaches rescue techniques; distributedinternational humanitarian aid; and supports veterans, service members and their families. The Red Cross is a nonprofit organization that depends on the volunteers and generosity of the American public to carry out its mission. For more information, please visitredcross.org/southfloridA or visit us on Facebook Or Twitter For@SFLRedCross.
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