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Share Dominica – A Different Adventure (Dominica Film Challenge 2018 video)At the halfway point already! The momentum has been building and it’s sure to come to a crescendo when you view this fantastic new video as part of the 2018 Dominica Film Challenge! Produced by Sheldon Casimir and @Norris Francois Jr. , this film ‘Dominica – A Different Adventure’ gives a thrilling peek into the varied adventures you can enjoy when you come visit to #ReDiscoverDominica! Plunge into a river pool, lounge on the beach, tube down a river, view whales year round, ride a horse through a forest trail, participate in cultural and entertainment activities; these are just a few of the countless fun experiences featured! Remember to view, like and SHARE, and tune in for the next video premiere on Friday! #ReDiscoverDominica #DominicaChallenge #NatureIsland. Thrilled to come visit? Get great deals here: http://discoverdominica.com/spring2018/index.htmlPosted by Discover Dominica on Wednesday, August 8, 2018The other competitors who participated in the film are Armani Augustine and Garvin Leblanc (‘Nature Island Rejuvenation’), Galon and Margaret Gajek (‘Hiking an Island Reborn by Derek’), Marica Honeychurch and Arnaud Chabert (‘You and me’), Tridel Edwin and Elias Dupuis (‘Waitukubuli a Love Letter’), and Kreig Harris and Ericson Joseph (‘Dominica From Past to Promise’). Tweet Share Sharing is caring! 263 Views no discussions Share Dominica: From Past to Promise (Dominica Film Challenge 2018 Video)Our final video of the Dominica Film Challenge 2018, but was it saving the best for last? You tell us! This video is based on the theme ‘History and Culture’ and was produced by @Kreig Harris and Gremo Joseph.Named ‘Dominica: From past to promise,’ this video is set to a captivating and inspiring soundtrack which is sure to keep your attention through out this journey into Dominica’s unique and authentic culture! Remember to view, like and SHARE all the videos, and tune in for the announcement of the winning video next Wednesday! #ReDiscoverDominica #DominicaChallenge #NatureIsland. Thrilled to come visit? Get great deals here: http://discoverdominica.com/spring2018/index.htmlKAHZ Media ProductionsPosted by Discover Dominica on Wednesday, August 15, 2018Chief Executive Officer Discover Dominica Authority Collin Piper explained that “the aim of the film competition is to focus on Dominican talent, by giving support to individuals, to help produce and showcase a great product”.Kreig Harris and Ericson Joseph place second with their film ‘Dominica From Past to Promise’ while Social Media winners were Derek Galon and Margaret Gajek, with their film ‘Hiking an Island Reborn’. Discover DominicaLocalNews ‘Dominica a Different Adventure’ wins Dominica Film Challenge by: Dominica Vibes News – August 29, 2018 Sheldon Casimir and Norris Francois Jr.Sheldon Casimir and Norris Francois Jr. have emerged winners of the 2018 Dominica Film Challenge with their film entitled ‘Dominica, A Different Adventure’.The 2018 Dominica Film Challenge was organized by the Discover Dominica Authority (DDA) where six local teams were chosen to participate.The award ceremony was held at the Prevost Cinemall conference room on Wednesday August 29, 2018. ‘Hiking an Island Reborn’ Dominica Film Challenge VideoStill many more exciting films coming your way as part of the 2018 Dominica Film Challenge! Today it’s all about team 2 led by Derek Galon with the short film ‘Hiking an Island Reborn’. This film is centered around the theme ‘Hiking’ and gives fascinating insight into the versatile hiking experience available right now in the #NatureIsland! From leisurely strolls along trails through the quickly-renewing forest vegetation, or exploring seascapes, to canyoning adventures down cliffs and gorges! Remember to view, like and SHARE, and tune in for the third video on Wednesday! #ReDiscoverDominica #DominicaChallenge Ozone Zone BooksPosted by Discover Dominica on Monday, August 6, 2018 read more
With the support of the Farmington/Farmington Hills Education Foundation, 32 Farmington Public Schools’ middle school girls attended a free one-day, hands-on workshop at Bosch in Farmington Hills. The September 26 Girls Only Workshop at Farmington Hills-based Bosch showcased women working in STEM- based careers.Students at the Girls Only Workshop learned how to program sphero balls to move and hit a pin down. (Farmington Public Schools)Attendees had the opportunity to hear first-hand from women engineers about their careers and why they chose to become engineers. The day also included an icebreaker activity where they learned about famous female technologists, participated in a scavenger hunt within their Rapid Prototyping 3D printing, talked with high school students who are using STEM skills on a type of ‘sports’ team, and learned how to program a sphero to move, turn, and change colors.The following staff members at Bosch made this event possible: Andrew Cartwright, Michelle Cheng, Theresa Chick, Gloria Flik, Michelle Janulis, Melissa Millender, Mary Paul, Akhila Prabhakar, Scott Smith, Karen Stowe, and Susan Tippy.The program was orchestrated and supervised by Helen Kiefer, Farmington Public Schools’ Middle School Career Development Technician.– Press release Reported by admin Share this:Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pinterest (Opens in new window) read more
IN FIVE EASY PIECES WITH TAKE 5 GET THE BEST OF THE JAPAN TIMES Three bombs exploded in Athens on Wednesday, 100 days before the start of the Olympics. (The Associated Press) Japanese Olympic officials are preparing an emergency manual for their athletes going to this summer’s Athens Games. The JOC said it had no plans to tighten security following Wednesday’s bomb blasts in the Greek capital, and that the manual was intended to instruct athletes on how to act in case of an emergency.
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