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Judge Milton honored for his work with children

first_img Judge Milton honored for his work with children Associate EditorWhen a lawyer or judge does something special for children, Chief Justice Harry Lee Anstead likes to send a thank-you note.And so it was, when long-time juvenile judge, the now retired W.A. “Bill” Milton of Grand Island, received the R. David Thomas Child Advocate of the Year Award.“Hopefully, by your example, other leaders and communities throughout Florida will recognize the importance of caring for all of our children,” Justice Anstead wrote to Judge Milton.“Surely, if there is a silver bullet for our social ills, it rests in the care of our children.”Caring for children comes naturally to Judge Milton, the father of three daughters and grandfather of four, the past president of the Florida Council of Juvenile Court Judges, the founder and charter member of the Lake County Boys Ranch and the Leesburg Boys Club, now the Boys and Girls Club.Judge Milton began his two dozen years on the bench in 1961, when he became county and juvenile judge of Lake County and ended up handling 8,633 children’s cases.As longtime friend Bill Mills said: “He was a progressive and innovative judge. He was unlike any other in Florida. Things that are being adopted today are the same things he was doing in the 1960s.”Besides handling a heavy caseload as a juvenile division judge, Milton also supervised the operation of the Juvenile Detention Center for Lake County. He helped turn it from a bare-bones operation into an innovative program that was only one of two centers in Florida that had a teacher assigned by the school board so that detained children could continue their schooling.Of 17 juvenile centers in the state in the mid ’60s, Lake County was one of only two counties that had a contractual working relationship with the school board to define truancy and develop written guidelines for detaining and helping turn around chronically truant children.Judge Milton also saw to it that a full-time mental health professional was assigned to the juvenile court staff. And he also instituted the first defensive driving school for juvenile offenders in Lake County.“During my years on the bench, I learned early on that the only chance we had to reduce our crime rate was to practice early intervention with ‘at risk’ children,” Judge Milton said. “I also believed that the only way our courts could be effective was to recruit the good people of the community as volunteers. Lake County was recognized many times for its volunteer programs for youth during my years on the bench.”As a 42-year member and past president of the Kiwanis Club, Judge Milton volunteered his time to the World’s Greatest Baby Shower, Clothes for School Kids, Backpacks for School Kids, and Books for Children.The Children’s Home Society of Florida not only nominated Judge Milton for the award created by Dave Thomas, the founder of Wendy’s, but a second honor by the Lake County Citizen’s Commission for Children.When Judge Milton sums up his many years working to help children, he said: “I felt it was the most important work that a judge could be involved in.”That attitude is what prompted Chief Justice Anstead to express in his letter: “Thank you for caring for our children.” December 15, 2002 Jan Pudlow Associate Editor Regular News Judge Milton honored for his work with childrenlast_img read more

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After 13 years, Henderson resigns

first_imgAfter a season that didn’t include a single Big Ten victory, UW women’s tennis coach Patti Henderson decided to call it quits Monday.After 13 seasons with Wisconsin, Henderson is resigning from her position to pursue interests outside of collegiate athletics. Her last day of employment will be May 31, but a national search for her replacement is already underway.”It is with deep gratitude and appreciation to the University of Wisconsin Athletic Department and Director of Athletics Barry Alvarez that I step away from my position as the women’s tennis coach and follow my heart to pursue my new dream,” Henderson said in a statement.”I offer many thanks to the athletic program for providing me a training ground as rich and vibrant as all great relationships,” she added. “This was a relationship in which I was able to learn and to grow and has now completed its natural cycle. To this unfolding, I am forever grateful to Barry.”And Alvarez said he was grateful for everything Henderson has done for the university over the years.”I’m very appreciative of Patti’s years of service to the University of Wisconsin,” Alvarez said. “Patti was committed to providing a great experience for her student-athletes and that commitment was reflected in their successes on the court and in the classroom. We wish her well as she begins a new chapter in her life.”Despite her struggles in the past season, Henderson’s teams were some of the best in school history.In only her second season (1995-96), Henderson led the Badgers to the school’s only Big Ten title, a No. 7 national ranking and a NCAA regional win. Over her UW career, Henderson coached four players to seven All-American awards, while 10 of her players have won 20 Big Ten awards.In 1996 and 2002, she was honored by her conference peers as the Big Ten Coach of the Year.A possible replacement for Henderson’s position could come within the program as assistant coach Doanh Wang remains with the team. Although this past season was Wang’s first with UW, he has coached in the Madison area for several years. In three seasons coaching at Edgewood College, Wang was twice named Coach of the Year.In her statement, Henderson thanked Wang for his contributions in what was a difficult season for the entire team.”I am especially indebted to Doanh Wang, my assistant coach,” she said. “Rare is the individual who will walk away from a sure thing to take a chance at the unknown. Doanh not only took this leap of faith, he backed it up with a hunger, passion and commitment only an open heart and soul can allow.”Henderson also gave Wisconsin her best wishes.”I leave UW, with love in my heart for Wisconsin athletics and a knowing of the commitment to excellence this athletic department strives for,” Henderson said.”I wish all the best to the University of Wisconsin and the athletic department.”last_img read more

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Today’s MLB DFS Picks: Advice, strategy for Wednesday’s DraftKings, FanDuel daily fantasy baseball contests

first_imgOFB. Reynolds (B)[email protected] 7:05J. Zimmermann (R)$4200$3200$20UPGRADE 3BR. Devers (L)[email protected] 8:10K. Gibson (R)$4400$3900$19See above OF: Mike Trout, Angels @ Blue Jays. Trout and Justin Upton are both really strong plays on this slate. Righties have given Aaron Sanchez the most issues this year, as they have an .830 OPS and .366 wOBA.For more player recommendations and analysis, become a Fantasy Alarm subscriber today!                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                         Pos PlayerMatchupOpp. SPDKFDY! FanballAnalysisSPM. Scherzer (R)[email protected] 1:05Z. Eflin (R)$12000$11700$61UPGRADE SPA. Heaney (L)[email protected] 7:07A. Sanchez (R)$8500$8600$42UPGRADE CJ. McCann (R)[email protected] 8:05J. Lester (L)$4100$3200$15UPGRADE 2BO. Albies (B)[email protected] 7:20S. Matz (L)$5000$3600$19UPGRADE 1BP. Alonso (R)[email protected] 7:20M. Fried (L)$5400$4100$21UPGRADE SPT. Richards (R)[email protected] 8:15D. Ponce de Leon (R)$7100$7900$36UPGRADE OFO. Mercado (R)[email protected] 8:05J. Palumbo (L)$5000$3500$18UPGRADE SPR. Hill (L)[email protected] 10:10D. Pomeranz (L)$10300$9600$53UPGRADE 3BC. Moran (L)[email protected] 7:05J. Zimmermann (R)$3700$2700$13UPGRADE SSE. Andrus (R)[email protected] 8:05A. Plutko (R)$4900$3800$14UPGRADE OFR. Acuña Jr. (R)[email protected] 7:20S. Matz (L)$5500$4200$24UPGRADE SSC. Taylor (R)[email protected] 10:10D. Pomeranz (L)$3300$2500$12UPGRADE OFM. Trout (R)[email protected] 7:07A. Sanchez (R)$5700$4700$27See above SPM. Fried (L)[email protected] 7:20S. Matz (L)$6100$6800$38See above 1BJ. Abreu (R)[email protected] 8:05J. Lester (L)$4500$3900$17UPGRADE 2BR. Odor (L)[email protected] 8:05A. Plutko (R)$4100$2900$13UPGRADE 2BK. Hernández (R)[email protected] 10:10D. Pomeranz (L)$3200$3000$10See above 2BS. Castro (R)[email protected] 8:15D. Ponce de Leon (R)$2600$2400$7UPGRADE SSK. Newman (R)[email protected] 7:05J. Zimmermann (R)$4000$3000$15See above 3BJ. Donaldson (R)[email protected] 7:20S. Matz (L)$4400$3200$18UPGRADE Editor’s Note: This is a FREE preview of Wednesday’s Fantasy Alarm’s MLB DFS Playbook. For full analysis every day and more ways to dominate your daily fantasy baseball competition, check out DFS site-specific advice and the rest of Fantasy Alarm’s great season-long and DFS tools available to subscribers.MORE: Fantasy Alarm PRO tools Today’s MLB DFS Picks: DraftKings, FanDuel advice for Wednesday, June 19SP: Max Fried, Braves vs. Mets. I really don’t love the punts here, but Fried makes the most sense. The Mets went off on Tuesday, but they are not that good on a regular basis. Fried has been far more comfortable at home this year pitching to a 3.54 ERA compared to 4.75 on the road. He could be worth a flier.C: Tyler Flowers, Braves vs. Mets. The Braves catcher is riding a four-game hit streak and will start here against a southpaw. He has back-to-back multi-hit games. as well. Flowers has been great at home this year, batting .297 with a .384 wOBA.MORE WEDNESDAY MLB: SP rankings1B: Carlos Santana, Indians @ Rangers. The Indians exploded on Tuesday, and although Santana didn’t do much offensively, he walked three times and stole a base. He’s hit southpaws at a .300 clip this season, and the Indians have one of the highest implied totals again on Wednesday.2B: Enrique Hernandez, Dodgers vs. Giants. It’s so hard to ignore Hernandez’s price when you factor in he’s facing a southpaw and coming off a game with a grand slam. Hernandez has owned the Giants this year, posting a .310 average and .912 OPS. He’s also posted a .780 OPS or better for the past three games.SS: Kevin Newman, Pirates vs. Tigers. Newman continues to hit, notching two more on Tuesday to extend his hit streak to eight games. Newman should lead off here again, which is ideal. What’s also ideal is the fact he’s batting .339 vs. RHPs this season.3B: Rafael Devers, Red Sox @ Twins. I’ll gladly bet on Devers returning value at his current price, especially on DK. He has five multi-hit games over his past seven contests, including three home runs over that span. Devers has a .387 wOBA vs. RHPs, and Kyle Gibson has allowed a .330 mark. SPD. Ponce de Leon (R)[email protected] 8:15T. Richards (R)$7800$6500$35UPGRADE SSF. Lindor (B)[email protected] 8:05J. Palumbo (L)$5500$4100$22UPGRADE SPL. Giolito (R)[email protected] 8:05J. Lester (L)$11300$11200$51UPGRADE OFJ. Bauers (L)[email protected] 8:05J. Palumbo (L)$3700$2800$11UPGRADE OFA. Eaton (L)[email protected] 1:05Z. Eflin (R)$4000$3100$16UPGRADE 3BJ. Ramírez (B)[email protected] 8:05J. Palumbo (L)$3800$3100$12UPGRADE CT. Flowers (R)[email protected] 7:20S. Matz (L)$3900$2600$14See above 1BC. Santana (B)[email protected] 8:05J. Palumbo (L)$4900$3900$25See above 1BM. Adams (L)[email protected] 1:05Z. Eflin (R)$4300$2900$15UPGRADE CR. Pérez (R)[email protected] 8:05J. Palumbo (L)$4300$2900$14UPGRADE OFM. Betts (R)[email protected] 8:10K. Gibson (R)$4400$4100$19UPGRADElast_img read more

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Olympia Orthopaedic Changes in Operations Due to COVID-19

first_imgTo our valued patients, Facebook187Tweet0Pin0 Submitted by Olympia Orthopaedic Associates Finally, we want toacknowledge that arranging for care and surgery is a big deal and we don’t takethe need to cancel lightly.  We are inuncharted territory right now as a community and country.  Oly Ortho would like to err on the side ofcaution.  Our patients, staff, andcommunity are of utmost importance to us. Should you have questions, pleaserefer to our website at www.olyortho.com for updates on our COVID-19 response. It is clear that hospitalsare being taxed with critically ill patients, and this is only going toincrease in the near future.  They arerunning out of space AND are tight on supplies. In addition, with school closures, many of our staff are unable to comeinto our facilities to work.  In order tohelp keep the hospital focused on their priority and to help limit ourconsumption of necessary safety supplies, Oly Ortho will be taking thefollowing steps: William Peterson, M.D.,Managing Partnercenter_img No doubt you are aware of the current situation in Washington state concerning the COVID-19, or coronavirus, pandemic. As partners in this community, Oly Ortho feels it is vitally important to evaluate our operations in the best interest of our patients, our staff, and our community. Sincerely, All elective cases at the hospitalswill be cancelled, per their notification to us.  Our surgeons will remain available to helpwith trauma and emergent cases in the hospital as those needs arise.At our surgery center, we will bemoving up urgent cases to high priority and getting them in as soon aspossible.  This means that if you have anelective surgery scheduled in our surgery center, your case may be cancelleduntil we are able to reschedule to a later date.Our clinics will be ramping up ourcapability to do more telemedicine visits so that patients do not need tounnecessarily come into a busy clinic.Patients will be screened prior toentering the clinic to look for symptoms or COVID-19 risk factors, includingtaking of temperature.Our clinics will be triaging appointmentsto limit the number of patients coming into our clinics.Non-urgent new patient may be askedto wait until our resources have increased.Our Rapid Orthopaedic Clinic (ROC)will remain open to alleviate ortho patients needing to go to the Emergency Roomwhile they are already being stretched. If you have an acute injury that needs to be attended to, please call 360-754-7622to be triaged prior to coming in.  Wealso may be able to treat some injuries via telemedicine. Ben Shah, CEOlast_img read more

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