Im real excited, said McDonald. Coming out of high school I probably would not have thought that I would be playing golf at the their website next level, but Im thankful Coach (David) Rather gave me a chance at ICC so I can now continue at Blue Mountain. The Fulton native joined the ICC golf program his freshman year under Coach Rather after not playing on an organized team since eighth grade. During his freshman season, the former two sport high school athlete, posted his best round by shooting a 76 at Meridian, that capped off a lot of hard work transitioning from the baseball field to the golf course. It took a lot of practice, said McDonald. Encouragement from my coaches and teammates, pushed me to interview skills rubric get better and have made the past two years incredible. In the first half of his sophomore season, McDonalds posted a team-best 74 in the second round at Co-Lin http://johngriffincave.boxcrack.net/2016/07/30/emerging-guidelines-for-rapid-methods-of-interview-attire at to lead the Indians to a sixth place tie. He topped that at the next event by shooting a career low of 73 at Northwest. Andrew works hard and leads by example, said ICC first year golf coach Cary Simmons. He is a great student-athlete and has been important to our program and were excited to see him continue his career. McDonalds success in and out of the classroom makes http://pokentedidly61b56.journalnewsnet.com/she-has-a-passion-for-homeschooling-and-a-desire-to-provide-the-best-homeschooling-options-to-parents-and-students-all-across-the-globe it a win-win situation for Toppers and could make a quick impact on the young squad. Were excited about getting Andrew, said Blue Mountain coach Kevin Barefield. Hes a great golfer and he will do a lot of great things for us next year. Before continuing at Blue Mountain, McDonald still has the spring section of the season to wear the red and blue which has been description more than a uniform for the last two seasons. Ive been part of the ICC culture since I was kid, said McDonald.
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Patrick Jameson said key factors are still evolving and changing by the day as the industry gets established, but the commission highly encourages applicants for these licenses to engage and recruit minority owners, investors and employees where practical. The plan is to hire a diversity consultant to evaluate the feasibility of conducting a disparity study on hiring practices in the industry, and we would look for their recommendations, Jameson said. The commission believes that diversity is essential, an important and a key component to this industry. Del. Cheryl Glenn, a Baltimore Democrat who chairs the here Legislative Black Caucus of Maryland, has spoken of plans to introduce legislation in the upcoming session to address diversity shortcomings. The commission also met in closed session to discuss litigation over the licensing, said Dr. Paul Davies, the commissions chairman. http://www.theactproject.com/stinterview/2016/12/15/simple-strategies-of-st/ Two would-be growers are suing the panel after initially scoring in the top 15, only to be replaced by other companies to address geographic diversity. Another applicant is suing over the lack of diversity evident thus far. The 15 growers and 15 processors named as finalists must pass background checks before being awarded a license. Meanwhile, the commission gave preliminary approval for 102 dispensaries. They were chosen in a blind review designed to avoid favoritism, and their names will be made public Dec.
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