Pacific Fleet (PF) task unit consisting of large ASW ship Admiral Panteleyev and rescue tug Fotiy Krylov under command of PF Primorskaya Flotilla Capt 1 rank Viktor Sokolov left Shanghai port on June 8 after a 2-day formal visit.During the visit to China, PF mariners replenished fuel and food supplies, went sightseeing, and held informal meetings with Chinese counterparts.The task unit sailed off Vladivostok on May 3. Performing tasks overseas, Russian servicemen visited Singapore in May 16-20 to attend the IMDEX-2011 international arms show in “the Lion City”. The culmination of the visit was joint Russian-Singaporean anti-piracy drill.In May 25-29, PF ships paid friendly visit to Indonesian port Makassar. Aside from cultural and sport events, Russian and Indonesian mariners held joint maneuvering, communication, and life-saving drills, as well as discussed issues of civil shipping protection from pirate attacks.As expected, the PF task unit will arrive in homebase Vladivostok on June 14, 2011.[mappress]Source: Rusnavy, June 10, 2011; View post tag: Naval View post tag: Navy View post tag: News by topic View post tag: china View post tag: Leave View post tag: fleet Ships from Pacific Fleet Leave China June 10, 2011 View post tag: ships View post tag: Pacific Back to overview,Home naval-today Ships from Pacific Fleet Leave China Training & Education Share this article
This is a huge week for Umphrey’s McGee. With this weekend’s three-night stand at The Beacon Theatre as the centerpiece of a massive 20th anniversary celebration, the band’s week is packed with appearances across the city, as they continue to promote their brand new album it’s not us..On Thursday, January 19th, Umphrey’s will perform a special BackStory concert–which will include a storytellers-esque set of music, a fan Q&A session, as well as an interview with NY Times best-selling author and journalist Alan Paul. Then, on Friday afternoon, the band will participate in the BUILD series for a 30-min Q&A with fans. Of course, members of the band will be appearing at late night shows with TAUKing McGee and Wyllys & The Will To Live on Friday and Saturday, respectively, following UM’s performances at the Beacon.Now, the band has added one more stop to their tireless tour of NYC, one that will get all non-New Yorkers involved in the celebratory weekend. Umphrey’s McGee will stop by SiriusXM Jam_On radio for a Live Hit, hosted by Ari Fink.The Live Hit will start with a Q&A where fans can call in to ask the band questions about their 20th anniversary, the new album, and more. Following the Q&A, Umphrey’s McGee will perform an exclusive set for Jam_On listeners. The Jam_On Live Hit with Umphrey’s McGee will air on Thursday, January 19th at 3:30 PM EST. Fans who wish to call in with questions may do so by calling 888-89-SIRIUS starting Thursday at 3:00 PM EST.Don’t miss this Live Hit with Umphrey’s McGee, hosted by Ari Fink, this Thursday at 3:30 PM!
The Asheville City Council’s Planning and Economic Development Committee had planned to meet with a staff member at the Department of Environmental Quality in October, but the meeting was canceled. The meeting has been rescheduled for December. Celebration of life scheduled for November 16 for Nantahala Outdoor Center co-founder E.Coli levels in the French Broad River and surrounding lakes and streams peaked this summer at over 47 times EPA recommended levels. Of 28 testing sites on and near the French Broad River, 26 have shown unsafe levels of bacteria this year. The alarming levels of E.Coli have prompted city officials to meet with state regulators to discuss what role, if any, the city plays in the issue. The high levels of E.Coli come at a time when recreation on the French Broad River is exploding. When people come into contact with contaminated water it can cause infection, gastrointestinal illness and even neurological issues. Campers warned to look out for flooding in the Outer Banks Asheville city officials will meet with state regulators to discuss high bacterial levels in French Broad River The flooding is caused by changes to the beach resulting from recent storms. These storms have created a “humpback” beach profile with a high berm crest. If a wave gets over the berm crest the water gets trapped and is unable to get back to the ocean and the trapped water then tries to escape through the dunes. National seashore officials warn that there is not much beach to camp on this week as the water at high tide goes all the way back to the base of the dunes and, in some cases, through the dunes. Aurelia Kennedy, co-founder of the Nantahala Outdoor Center (NOC), died September 14 at the age of 84 after struggling with health issues for a number of years. Kennedy founded the NOC in 1972 with her husband, Payson Kennedy, and friend Horace Holden. She first canoed the river in 1954 as a counselor and canoeing instructor. Throughout the years, Kennedy helped turn the NOC into the largest whitewater outfitter in the United States. The celebration of life is open to the public and will take place at 2 p.m. on November 16 at the grounds of Relia’s Garden at the Nantahala Outdoor Center. Kennedy’s daughter told the Citizen Times that the celebration of life will be a happy event—her mother requested a party. Cape Lookout National Seashore is warning campers to keep an eye out for areas of high water, especially when pitching a tent. In a Facebook post, the national seashore warned that beaches and low tide areas near the sounds may flood during high tides and asked the public to use caution when driving or camping on the beach. Campers are advised to make sure they set up camp above the high tide line and to check for indications of flooding before setting up camp.
Sunman, IN—Dr. Andrew Jackson with Sunman Dearborn Schools is announcing that Kindergarten registration will be online for the 2020-2021 school year. This is due to COVID-19 restrictions, Kindergarten students will enroll online only for the 2020-2021 school year. It is a two-step process. Click here for the link to get started. Registration is open now through May 29, 2020.