LEAVE A REPLY Cancel reply From the Orange County Sheriff’s OfficeThe Orange County Sheriff’s Office responded to an early morning shooting that resulted in gunshot wounds to a woman.According to the OCSO news release, this morning at approximately 5:17 am, a deputy from the OCSO was on pro-active patrol in the area of Hermit Smith Road and North Orange Blossom Trail (between Apopka and Zellwood) when they heard multiple gunshots being fired. Within minutes a 911 call for service was received and a victim was found in the area. A 23-year-old female sustained at least one gunshot wound and was transported to Orlando Regional Medical Center with non-life-threatening injuries. Units are still investigating, but there is no suspect description available.The OCSO did not release the name of the shooting victim.This is a breaking story, and no other details are known at this time. The Apopka Voice will update this story as more information is known. Please enter your comment! You have entered an incorrect email address! Please enter your email address here Share on Facebook Tweet on Twitter Support conservation and fish with NEW Florida specialty license plate Free webinar for job seekers on best interview answers, hosted by Goodwill June 11 The Anatomy of Fear Please enter your name here TAGSapopkaGunshot victimOrange County Sheriff’s OfficeZellwood Previous articleIs Becker running for Mayor of Apopka?Next articleHow to Avoid the Most Common Causes of Car Accidents Denise Connell RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment.
AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to TwitterTwitterShare to FacebookFacebookShare to LinkedInLinkedInShare to EmailEmailShare to WhatsAppWhatsAppShare to MessengerMessengerShare to MoreAddThis Haiti collection at TescoTesco made possible a similar collection over two days following the Haiti earthquake in 2010. This raised £495,881 for the British Red Cross appeal.Tesco has supported the British Red Cross for over 13 years. In 2009 the organisations launched a new kind of emergency partnership in which Tesco undertook to provide support for the work of Red Cross emergency teams at a local, national and global level. 71 total views, 1 views today AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to TwitterTwitterShare to FacebookFacebookShare to LinkedInLinkedInShare to EmailEmailShare to WhatsAppWhatsAppShare to MessengerMessengerShare to MoreAddThis Howard Lake | 13 January 2014 | News Volunteers have raised £628,000 in just two days collecting at their local Tesco stores across the UK for the British Red Cross Typhoon Haiyan appeal. This is the largest amount of money ever raised by the public for a British Red Cross emergency appeal in 48 hours.The collection took place on Saturday 16th and Sunday 17th November 2013, after Tesco allowed the Red Cross to hold bucket collections at every Tesco Superstore and Tesco Extra in the UK.As a result volunteers, including many from the Filippino community, gave up a few hours of their time to help collect at more than 700 Tesco stores across the UK.Mark Astarita, British Red Cross Director of Fundraising, said:“We have been overwhelmed by the response to our nationwide Tesco collection for our Typhoon Haiyan appeal. More than 2,000 volunteers including Tesco staff from around the UK gave up their weekend to help those whose lives have been devastated. We have heard amazing stories of generosity from the British public who gave an incredible £628,000 over the two days. We would like to thank Tesco for giving us such a fantastic opportunity and everyone who volunteered or made a donation.”Typhoon Haiyan hit the Philippines on 8 November 2013. It killed thousands and destroyed vital infrastructure leaving millions of people homeless and in dire need. Red Cross teams have been on the ground since before the storm hit, helping with evacuation plans and have continued to work after the disaster struck. Advertisement Tagged with: Emergency Fundraising Individual giving Research / statistics Tesco 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. Volunteers collect record £628,000 in two days for British Red Cross Philippines appeal
100% Rye Wholegrain LoafThis classic loaf manages to be both incredibly simple to make and very difficult to get perfect. The challenge lies in not over-cooking the grains; that way they absorb moisture during the final bake and then release it again during the few days the loaf is left to sit wrapped before selling. Use fine rye flour for the dough, available from Shipton Mills and other millers, as most of the sticky gluten in rye flour is contained in the husk rather than the endosperm, and rye flour that has been bolted to remove the bran will bake to a 100% rye loaf with a less sticky crumb.makes 5 pieces at appx 575 raw weight, to bake to 5 small 400g tin loaves1.370 kg cooked rye grains (see below) 0.450 kg rye sponge or leaven (see below)0.400 kg water 0.700 kg light rye flour 0.020 kg salt 0.090 kg honeyFor the cooked grains: cover the grains with water and simmer for 15 minutes then drain and cover with water, beer, cider or white wine and leave in a cool place overnight.For the leaven: either use a naturally fermented sour mixture of equal quantities fine rye flour and water, left to rise overnight, or use 250g fine rye flour mixed with 250g cold water and a pinch of yeast and leave this overnight in a cool place before use.Method: drain the grains well (discard the soaking liquid) and place all the ingredients together in a small upright mixer, or mix by hand until you have an evenly combined grey paste. As rye flour does not contain extensible gluten there is no need to work the dough, and all that is needed is the shortest mix to combine the dough. Line 5 very clean 1lb loaf tins (or similar) with non-stick baking parchment, as the acidity in the dough can take on greenish black marks from the tin, and evenly divide the dough between them. Pack the dough down evenly, banging the tins on the end of the table to remove any gas bubbles. Cover the tins, and leave to rise for 1 hour (if using a commercial yeast sponge) or 3-4 hours (if using a naturally fermented rye leaven) until risen by 30%-50%. As the dough will bake into a dense-grained loaf like pumpernickel, you don’t want too much lift, as this will cause the loaf to crack when sliced.Preheat the deck to 200°C (top and bottom, no steam), cover the tops of the tins with greased foil, and bake for 30 minutes. Then lower the temperature (175°C top and bottom) and bake for a further 30 minutes. Then reduce the heat to 140°C (top and bottom) and bake for a further 1-1½ hours, removing the foil for the last 30 minutes to colour the upper surface. Remove from the tins to cool, then wrap well individually in oiled brown paper or waxed paper tied snuggly with string. Leave at room temperature or cooler for 48 hours before slicing.
PORT AU PRINCE, Haiti, – A United Nations delegation has held talks with President Jovenel Moise as it prepares to provide the UN Secretary General António Guterres with an assessment of the situation in that country ahead of the UN Security Council meeting in April.The UN Security Council is due to meet on April 15 to determine the most appropriate configuration of the United Nations presence on the island.Under-Secretary-General for Peace Operations, Jean-Pierre Lacroix, who is heading the delegation that includes Miroslav Jenča, Under-Secretary-General for Europe, Central Asia is conducting a strategic mission to assess the various options following the planned withdrawal of the United Nations Mission in Support of Justice (Minujusth), whose mandate ends on October 15, this year.Discussions re UN’s continued engagement“We came to discuss with you, Mr. President, the continuation of the UN’s engagement in Haiti, as well as your priorities, your development projects and determine, together, how the United Nations can accompany Haiti in its quest for development,” Lacroix said.Moise during the meeting questioned the logic of keeping the peace under the aegis of chapter 7, as it pertains to the stabilization of the country.No more foreign armed forces “There will be no more chapter 7, no more armed foreign forces on the Haitian territory. This will be in the past,” he said.Moïse also reported on the ongoing economic, political and social dialogue, as well as the Government’s continued implementation of the development prerequisites of energy, road, educational and health the obligation to make major structural reforms to enable the state to provide more basic services and attract domestic and foreign direct investment.He also took the opportunity to remind the delegation of the need for a firm and formal commitment of the UN for the elimination of cholera in Haiti.The delegation, which ends its visit here on Sunday, will meet with representatives of various national institutions, civil society, as well as Minujusth staff.