Even though she stayed in one place for nearly 30 years, Liz McBlain was always on the move.McBlain, who served as Willow Park Elementary School phys ed teacher and all purpose coach for some 28 years, retired earlier this year after a career of promoting athletics and healthy lifestyles.As a lifelong advocate of getting moving, however, retirement is far from McBlain natural state.sucks, McBlain said, with a short laugh. Just not used not it after years of getting into the car every morning. McBlain headed to Willow Park each day for 28 years, and to several other schools for 12 years before then, comprising her full 40 years as an educator.
The investigation by the Justice Department’s Office of Inspector General (OIG) has to be understood in the context of the attacks on my credibility. The investigation flows from my attempt to explain the FBI’s involvement and my supervision of investigations involving Hillary Clinton. I was being portrayed in the media over and over as a political partisan, accused of closing down investigations under political pressure.
McBride recruited two partners to help him give it another go. Former TBWA exec Travis Britton is the new executive creative director and a principal of Cutwater. He co leads the creative and cultural vision of the agency, while Christian Hughes, who was at JWT most recently, is managing director and a principal.
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“There are a lot of special needs kids whom we don’t have the facilities to serve and we have to ship them down south,” said Ogichidaa Kavanaugh. “That alone takes a huge chunk of our dollars. That end of it isn’t funded and we have to take it out of our budgets.”.
Predicted cold snaps are appropriate for the time of year says the Tennessee Department of Agriculture, and the state’s strawberry farmers are well prepared to keep the crop in fine shape. Many of the berries, available in mid April, are sheltered continuously under protective hoop houses. Open fields of strawberries are blanketed with row covers when temperatures plummet..