LifeSite News 13 June 2018Family First Comment: As predicted, with Canada leading the way. This will set a precedent for NZ…“REAL Women’s vice president warned the decision legitimizes polyamorous relationships and paves the way for legislation to accommodate the parental recognition demands of polyamorous groupings.”www.ProtectMarriage.nzA Newfoundland judge has declared a polyamorous trio of one woman and two men all legal parents of the child the woman gave birth to last year. The decision appears to be the first of its kind in Canada.In ruling on the case of Re CC, Justice Robert Fowler of the Newfoundland and Labrador Supreme Court Family Division observed the child was born in 2017 as the result of a polyamorous relationship between two men and one woman he described as “stable and ongoing” since June 2015.“None of the partners in this relationship is married and, while the identity of the mother is clear, the biological father of the child is unknown,” wrote Fowler. The judge did not seem aware of the existence of paternity tests.The three adults went to court after the Newfoundland Ministry of Service refused to list them all as parents because the province’s Vital Statistics Act allows for the names of only two parents on a child’s birth certificate.Fowler ruled having three parents was in the child’s best interests.“To deny this child the dual paternal parentage would not be in his best interests. It must be remembered that this is about the best interests of the child and not the best interest of the parents,” he wrote.The child “has been born into what is believed to be a stable and loving family relationship which, although outside the traditional family model, provides a safe and nurturing environment,” Fowler opined.“I can find nothing to disparage that relationship from the best interests of the child’s point of view.”REAL Women vice president Gwen Landolt blasted the ruling as “truly shocking.”READ MORE: https://www.lifesitenews.com/news/canadian-judge-rules-child-born-to-polyamorous-trio-has-three-parents
16 May 2017 Former champion Caroline Berry leads match play qualifiers Past winner Caroline Berry steered a skillful course around South Staffordshire Golf Club to lead the qualifiers for the match play stages of the English senior women’s championship. She pipped Lulu Housman to the top spot on countback, thanks to her second round of three-over 76. Meanwhile Jackie Foster, the English senior stroke play champion, shot the low score of the qualifying rounds with one under-par 72, to become third seed. They head the 32 qualifiers for the championship knockout, while another 16 players aged over 60, go forward to Flight Two. Click here for the Flight One matchplay draw for the Wendy Taylor Salver. Click here for the Flight Two draw for the Ann Howard Trophy. Berry, the 2010 champion (pictured top), is carrying on the fine form she demonstrated in last week’s French senior international open, where she was second amateur and fourth overall. “It was very good practice for here because the greens were very, very quick and undulating, like these,” said Berry, from Bromborough, Cheshire. She negotiated them well, even holing a tricky downhill putt for a birdie on 17. “The 17thand the fourth were my friends – I birdied them both in both rounds!” Housman was supported by her identical twin, Georgie, (pictured bottom) as she added 79 to her opening 75 and appreciated her intuitive caddying. “She makes the right remarks at the right moments,” she said. Nevertheless Housman (Wyke Green, Middlesex) found it tougher today, finding herself out of position on occasion and watching putts slip by. “I would have liked better today but I’m really happy with two scores in the 70s.” Foster (Bishops Stortford, Hertfordshire) reversed her fortunes of yesterday when she came home in two-under par. In the first round she was two over par after 12 holes and appeared to be cruising in, only to drop eight shots over the last six holes. “I’m just relieved,” she said after posting today’s score. The leading qualifiers also include Staffordshire’s Julie Brown (Trentham) who won this title in 2014. She shot one-over 74 today, improving on her first day by seven shots. “I wasn’t very happy yesterday, I just struggled and was out of sync, but I played much better today.” Overnight co-leader Aileen Greenfield, pictured left, (Pyecombe, Sussex) joins her on 155, one shot ahead of playing partner Fiona Edmond, pictured right, (Ipswich, Suffolk). The pair last saw each other over 25 years ago in keenly contested county games. Back then Edmond was an England international who had made headlines as the first woman to play in the Cambridge University team. But injury and ME – which left her bedbound for six months and housebound for three years – put paid to her golf. After her recovery her energies were spent on her six children and her garden design business and she returned to golf only a few years ago when one of her sons asked her to play. She loved it, immediately applied to join the club and six weeks later shot a course record 67. This is her first big championship in many years and she said: “I’m loving it, I think I’m really lucky to be able to play again and to come here and meet up with old friends.” South Staffordshire’s own Annette Deeley qualified comfortably in seventh place. The championship has a new format this season, with 32 qualifying places in the first flight knock out and 16 place for the top players aged over 60 in flight two, who play for the Ann Howard Trophy. Ann, from Lancashire, was present for the first two rounds, watching her daughter Debbie Finch, compete for the first time. “I’ve really enjoyed it,” said Debbie and I can’t wait to be older and play in mum’s trophy.” The top qualifier for the Ann Howard Trophy is Cathy Armstrong (Ellesborough, Buckinghamshire), who finished ahead of Alison Hansen (Alnmouth, Northumberland) on countback. Click here for full qualifying scores Images © Leaderboard Photography
Submitted City of LaceyRobotics challenges are just one of the many STEM activities and demonstrations at the May 2 Lacey STEM Fair.Lacey’s S.T.E.M. Fair and annual Electric Car Rally will be held Saturday, May 2, from 9:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m. at Huntamer Park in Lacey. The free, award winning, event will showcase school clubs, teams, and businesses from all over Thurston County.S.T.E.M. stands for Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics, all of which are vital fields that shape our future. The S.T.E.M. Fair is a great way for students and the community to learn more about how S.T.E.M. subjects are used in real world applications in a fun and exciting atmosphere.Highlights from this year’s event include the robotics demonstrations, air powered rocket launches, a solar powered ducky dash, interactive Lego activities, and a demonstration by the Physics Phactory’s very own Professor Fickelstein at 12:00pm. Your kid’s won’t want to miss the Discovery Quest, where they can learn more about S.T.E.M while competing for a chance to win great prizes, including a school-wide assembly featuring Professor Fickelstein!The crowd favorite, the Lacey Grand Prix, is an electric car rally where high school teams and hobbyists race their custom made electric cars in an effort to drive the most laps around the quarter-mile course in one hour. Teams are from the Pacific Northwest and include River Ridge High School’s Electric Vehicle Club. Races begin at 11:30 a.m. and 1 p.m.Why S.T.E.M.? The Washington State S.T.E.M. Organization website states “S.T.E.M isn’t just for scientists and engineers. Washington’s economy is rooted in S.T.E.M. It’s simple: in the 21st century, STEM opens doors for every student to succeed.” For more information about this event, visit the city’s website at www.ci.lacey.wa.us/events or call the Lacey Parks and Recreation Department at (360) 491-0857. Facebook111Tweet0Pin0
Gardaí in Donegal are advising parents to talk to their teens about alcohol and drugs ahead of this Friday night’s Junior Christmas Disco in Letterkenny.Hundreds of young students will descend on the town for the event from across the county.Gardai have appealed to parents to prepare for the night. Sgt Eunan Walsh said this will be one of the biggest if not the biggest nights of the year with a huge amount of people attending parties and nights out.Many of those teenagers will also attend underage discos, and Gardaí are advising parents to have an ‘honest chat’ with their children before they go out.Gardaí will be on patrol in Letterkenny for the teenage disco on Friday night.They had this advice for parents: “Please ensure that you know who your child will be attending the disco with, what their travel arrangements are and how much money they will be taking with them. “If they only have an essential amount of money with them for travel, club entry and a bite to eat/soft drinks then the hope is that they won’t be in a position to give in to the temptations that are out there.“Please have an honest chat with your child about alcohol and drugs and establish a genuine trust where these issues are concerned. Ensure that their phone is charged and has credit on it.”“We understand that it is a worrying time when your child is attending a disco but we hope that collectively we can all do our bit to ensure that they have a safe but enjoyable time.”Gardai appeal to parents ahead of Christmas Junior disco was last modified: December 17th, 2019 by Staff WriterShare this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pocket (Opens in new window)Click to share on Telegram (Opens in new window)Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window)Click to share on Skype (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new window) Tags:discoGardaiJuniorletterkenny
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