HP fundraises online for NCH with donated smiles Of course, the campaign benefits HP which is a retailer of digital cameras. And the campaign takes place exlclusively online, encouraging supporters to upload their digital photo.As of this morning the campaign had received 6,628 donated smiles, worth £1,657 to NCH. AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to TwitterTwitterShare to FacebookFacebookShare to LinkedInLinkedInShare to EmailEmailShare to WhatsAppWhatsAppShare to MessengerMessengerShare to MoreAddThis IT company HP is donating 25p to children’s charity NCH for every photo of a smile donated to the company’s attempt to break a world record.To celebrate ‘the smile’, HP is asking people to donate their smile, or rather a photo of it, to create “Britain’s biggest smile” and join an attempt to win a Guinness World Record for holding the largest photographic exhibition ever. For every smile that is displayed on the HP website the company will donate 25p to NCH. “Be part of Britain’s biggest smile and help to get Britain’s children smiling” says the HP campaign. Advertisement About Howard Lake Howard Lake is a digital fundraising entrepreneur. Publisher of UK Fundraising, the world’s first web resource for professional fundraisers, since 1994. Trainer and consultant in digital fundraising. Founder of Fundraising Camp and co-founder of GoodJobs.org.uk. Researching massive growth in giving. 14 total views, 1 views today AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to TwitterTwitterShare to FacebookFacebookShare to LinkedInLinkedInShare to EmailEmailShare to WhatsAppWhatsAppShare to MessengerMessengerShare to MoreAddThis Howard Lake | 21 April 2005 | News
The Inaugural Ammann-Brinkmoeller Athletic Hall of Fame of Oldenburg Academy will take place this Saturday. This year’s class will include Tina Caldwell, a 1980 graduate, who starred in volleyball and basketball. The second inductee is Staci Hewig Adams, a tennis and volleyball all-star from the year 1982. The last inductee is Courtney Bell, a 1997 graduate, who excelled in track and cross country.These ladies will join 47 other individuals who were identified as recipients of the Ammann-Brinkmoeller Award and were recognized at their graduation. These ladies were given this award between 1980 and 1997. They will all be recognized at a reception and fellowship held in the Oldenburg Academy gymnasium.
(CMC) – Exciting all-rounder Rovman Powell has given the assurance Jamaica Scorpions will be ready for their clash with Barbados Pride in today’s final of the Regional Super50.The 23-year-old was one of the stars for his side as they clobbered two-time reigning champions Trinidad and Tobago Red Force in Wednesday’s first semi-final by 292 runs, to surge into the championship game.“We are focusing on what we have control over and how we as a team play and once we play good enough cricket – each and everyone in the team come to the party – I think Jamaica Scorpions have a very good chance of lifting the title,” the West Indies player said.“It’s just for us now to regroup and come again. There’s not a lot a time before the final so it’s always important to keep that competitive edge about us going into the final.”Powell produced a man-of-the-match performance, slamming a scintillating 95 to help Scorpions amass a regional record 434 for four off their 50 overs at Coolidge Cricket Ground.Though opener Chadwick Walton (117) and Jermaine Blackwood (108 not out) struck maiden centuries, it was Powell’s astonishing exhibition of hitting that took Scorpions past 400.He faced just 45 deliveries and belted six fours and nine sixes, in an entertaining 163-run third-wicket partnership with Blackwood.“I couldn’t ask for a better game. I think the team played well and the team gave me the (support) to come out and execute what I did. So all kudos go to the team,” he pointed out.“It wasn’t easy. We came up against a lot of experienced bowlers in the Trinidad unit but the platform was laid for a person like me with a little bit of power and I think I did my talent and my team justice.“What I did was take a few balls first (before) I got going and after I got going, I could expand and go big.”Powell then returned with his varied medium pace to snatch five for 36 and complete a brilliant all-round performance, as Red Force crashed for just 142.The haul was his maiden five-wicket effort in 50-overs competition and he said he had made use of a wicket which played to his strengths.“To be honest, the wicket suited me,” he noted.“It was not the fastest wicket and once the wicket isn’t fast, medium pacers who bowl a lot of cutters and use their fingers on the ball can get a lot of assistance because it’s not a fast wicket so some of the balls will grip and some will slide through.“It was a matter of coming out here and executing.”