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Joe Biden takes the narrowest lead in Wisconsin

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first_imgNote, there is a roughly 10,000-vote gain in Kenosha that isn’t reflected in these numbers. ThWisconsin’s Democratic Party Chair tweeted this several hours ago:xAbsentee ballots are still being tallied in Milwaukee, Kenosha, and other cities. Based on everything we’ve seen, those ballots will decisively favor Biden. Green Bay hasn’t reported *any* results yet. When all votes are counted, we’re confident that Joe Biden will win Wisconsin.— Ben Wikler (@benwikler) November 4, 2020- Advertisement – xI’ve been talking about this for days, weeks, months: the *scope* of the shift between mail-in & Election Day ballots is unlike the stuff you’re used to seeing on Election Nights. We just saw it in Kenosha, maybe momentarily in Milwaukee, & also makes MI & PA tricky to assess. https://t.co/DYp5oTd4YX— Taniel (@Taniel) November 4, 2020- Advertisement – Milwaukee is mostly in. Kenosha will be +9,600 votes. Green Bay will add to Biden’s margin, since 32,000 absentee ballots remain uncounted. Update: This is the Kenosha results, which weirdly haven’t been posted by the AP. Maybe because it’s 2 am PT. xBREAKING: after all three machines tabulated 19,700- Biden 10,103-Trump The absentee ballots in Kenosha are not enough to take over the county for Biden. Final results should be on the county website soon— Cassidy Williams (@CassidyWtv) November 4, 2020- Advertisement – This isn’t over. But things are looking up. center_img And what we’ve seen here, we’ll see in Michigan and Pennsylvania as well xBased on my replies, I don’t think people have fully internalized how Democratic these mail and absentee ballots will be in MI/PA/WI. It’s going to be close, but these ballots will be overwhelmingly Democratic— Nate Cohn (@Nate_Cohn) November 4, 2020 – Advertisement –last_img read more

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NCCU presents scholarships to twelve lucky students

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first_imgEducationLocalNewsSecondary NCCU presents scholarships to twelve lucky students by: – August 19, 2011 Tweet Share Share 45 Views   no discussionscenter_img Share Sharing is caring! Scholarship recipientsThe National Cooperative Credit Union Limited has awarded  twelve students with scholarships to assist them with their Secondary School education when academic year 2011/2012 commences in September.The presentation was made yesterday at an award ceremony at the National Development Foundation of Domiica’s conference room.There are six scholarship programmes namely; the NCCU Ltd Merit Scholarship, NCCU Ltd Scholarship, Edward Elwin Scholarship, Ambrose Cuffy memorial Scholarship, Myrtle Hilton Scholarship and the Vernice Bellony Scholarship.The  recipients are as follows:NCCU Ltd Merit ScholarshipKyrene Dodie GeorgeNCCU Ltd ScholarshipSahyda Lawuni Pemberton-RoseauKernillia Helen Adams-Tarish pitTiara Letang- EgglestonJahreed Isaiah Jules-La SaletteEdward Elwin ScholarshipsShayeda Zebla Royer-Bellevue ChopinShanice Jasmine Carbon-Morne ProsperJayslyn Stuart-PichelinKyla Winston-Wotten WavenAmbrose Cuffy Memorial ScholarshipDarwin Jovon Jno Baptiste-Riviere CyriqueMyrtle Hilton ScholarshipAkima u O Edmond-MahautVernice Bellony ScholarshipHallie Jahaira Bruney-TrinidadDominica Vibes Newslast_img read more

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Camp Kesem continues growth with first dinner

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first_imgThis Saturday, Camp Kesem held its first annual Make the Magic dinner at the Caruso Catholic Center.The event served to both raise awareness of the organization’s mission and to fundraise for a weeklong camp for children whose parents are battling or have battled cancer.“Since a lot of [the families] have expensive medical bills, they might not be able to pay for the camp otherwise.  By providing them this opportunity to go for free, it’s really beneficial to the kids,” said Sarah Loh, volunteer coordinator for Camp Kesem USC.The event featured a cocktail hour in the Caruso Center courtyard, where guests in attendance mingled with student counselors and participated in a silent auction which helped raise money for the camp.USC’s Camp Kesem chapter was founded in 2012 and was able to take 26 kids to camp this past summer. According to the national Camp Kesem website, there are more than 3 million children per year affected by a parent’s cancer. This year, by putting on events such as Make the Magic and pancake nights on The Row, Kesem hopes to raise $41,000  to bring twice as many kids this year. So far, Camp Kesem has raised about half of its goal. Because the organization is so new, it relies on donations from generous supporters to fund camp every summer.“Camp Kesem started last year at USC … so we don’t have a lot of resources or outside funding that we can go to,” said Jehan Bista, a Camp Kesem counselor.Many of the counselors shared their personal Camp Kesem stories during Make the Magic, including freshman Claire Witzke, who was a camper at Camp Kesem at Stanford and is now a counselor at Camp Kesem.“Though the first week of camp was overwhelming, there was a weird sense of ease knowing that every camper had gone through a very similar experience to mine,” Witzke said. “They knew the anxiety of waiting for test results and the fear that the cancer had come back … Camp Kesem was one of the best thing that ever happened to me.”During camp, kids get the chance to participate in a plethora of activities, both fun and supportive. One such activity is “Cabin Chats,” during which children are able to tell their stories to one another.This year, Make the Magic welcomed 60 guests, including friends and family of the counselors and local hospital workers.Though any organization’s event faces hardships within the first few years of existence, Camp Kesem has succeeded in overcoming the stigma of being a new organization and is growing at an exponential pace.last_img read more

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