HOT OFF THE PRESS Read Wilmington Recreations Summer Newsletter

first_imgWILMINGTON, MA — The Wilmington Recreation Department’s Summer 2019 ‘Recreation Matters’ newsletter was published online on Wednesday.Read the newsletter HERE. Review a complete list of youth and adult programs, trips and tickets that the department is offering this summer.Have a question? The Department can be reached via phone at 978-658-4270, via email at recreation[at]wilmingtonma.gov, or in person at Room 8 in Town Hall.(NOTE: The above announcement is from the Wilmington Recreation Department.)Like Wilmington Apple on Facebook. Follow Wilmington Apple on Twitter. Follow Wilmington Apple on Instagram. Subscribe to Wilmington Apple’s daily email newsletter HERE. Got a comment, question, photo, press release, or news tip? Email wilmingtonapple@gmail.com.Share this:TwitterFacebookLike this:Like Loading… RelatedHOT OFF THE PRESS: Read Wilmington Recreation’s Fall NewsletterIn “Community”WILMINGTON RECREATION: Concerts, Trips & Youth Programs Were Huge Hits This SummerIn “Community”VIDEO: Meet Wilmington Recreation’s New Program Coordinator Bret SawinIn “Videos”last_img read more

Beyonce discusses every womans nightmare in this YouTube video

first_imgBeyonce opened up about her weight gain and how she underwent a strict fitness regime to tone down. Ahead of the 2018 Coachella, the superstar singer went through a nightmare as she worked towards reducing all the weight she had gained post her pregnancy with twins. She revealed her regime as well as the perils of weight gain in a video.”Good morning, it’s 5 a.m., and this is day one of rehearsals for Coachella,” Beyonce said as she stepped on the scale. “Every woman’s nightmare…this is my weight, 175. Long way to go.”For an epic weight transformation, The Lion King actress teamed up with Marco Borges, her trainer. Borges is also an exercise physiologist and New York Times Best Selling author! In fact, he is the guy who created the 22 Days Nutrition which directs all the focus on healthy eating habits by switching to a plant-based diet.Beyonce’s 22 Days NutritionYouTube”I’m back on the stage after giving birth to twins,” said Beyonce, who delivered twin babies Rumi Carter and Sir Carter on June 2017. She further added, “I was a woman that felt like my body was not mine.”The 37-year-old singer underwent the 22 Day Nutrition Meal Planner to undergo and promote a healthy diet. “It’s time to work, so I have to get in that zone, it’s like a different headspace,” she said and further added, “Me getting the weight off was so much easier than getting back in shape and my body feeling comfortable.” BeyonceInstagramWe have got to admit, Queen Bey certainly looks like she is in much better shape. Her Coachella performance showcased the crazy transformation she underwent. The diva is currently basking in the success of her latest venture, The Lion King. The actress gave voice to Nala and also released a music video and album, Spirit.last_img read more

Ethnic groups responsible for stalled peace talks says Myanmar Army

first_imgGeneral Mutu Say Poe (L), chairman of the Karen National Union (KNU), speaks with Myanmar`s commander-in-chief Min Aung Hlaing (R) during a photo session at the third session of the Union Peace Conference in Naypyidaw on on 11 July 2018. Photo: AFPMyanmar military officials on Wednesday said stalled peace talks were “drowning” the country, blaming ethnic armed groups for the fighting that continues to rage in the country’s northern borderlands.Civilian leader Aung San Suu Kyi has said that making peace is a top priority for her administration, but she shares power with the military, which has fought ethnic insurgencies for decades.At the start of a third round of Suu Kyi-led peace talks in the capital Naypyidaw Wednesday, Myanmar’s commander-in-chief Min Aung Hlaing suggested ethnic groups were responsible for the stalled peace process that he said was “drowning our country”.“I would like to urge you to wipe out the civil armed conflicts that hinder the development of the country,” he said.Defence minister Sein Win told AFP that ethnic militias were not doing enough to staunch ongoing conflict, saying they “need to control their people.”“If their people have no discipline, problems can happen,” he said.The six-day peace talks are an attempt by Suu Kyi, who came to power in 2016 after landslide elections, to bring more ethnic groups into a ceasefire accord.Ten groups are now signed up but at least seven, including some of the largest and most influential, are holding out, with Suu Kyi saying Wednesday they were “always welcome” to join.Progress has been hampered by continued clashes between the powerful military and armed insurgents fighting for more autonomy in northern Kachin and Shan states.The grinding conflicts play out away from the more prominent global headlines generated by violence in the country’s west, where the army has driven out some 700,000 Rohingya Muslims since August.More than a third of Myanmar’s townships are affected by unresolved conflict, according to a 2017 report from the Asia Foundation.Some of the fiercest clashes are happening in Myanmar’s northernmost Kachin State, where more than 100,000 people have been displaced by violence.Kachin Independence Army general Gunmaw told reporters as he arrived at his hotel Tuesday that one of the aims of the conference was to restore basic communication channels with the government.“We hope fighting will be decreased.”last_img