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The South Padre Island Planning and Zoning Commission held a special meeting Thursday, January 30, to elect new officials and approve requests for final plats and replats of two different lot areas on the Island. Previously, Patrick McNulty served as chair of the Planning and Zoning Board, relinquishing the position when he was elected as SPI mayor last year. At that time, Gary Olle was named chair in the interim, with no vice-chair put in place due to an agenda oversight. On Thursday, Olle was nominated by his fellow commission members to retain his position as chair, with commission member Gordon “Bob” Garlock accepting the nomination as vice-chair. Discussion then moved to the approval of the final plat of lots 1 through 16, block 1, known as the Sandbar Estates. South Padre Island Planning Director Aaron Hanley addressed the Planning and Zoning Commission, saying “This one came before you several times in the past. This is Sandbar Estates, to the north in the ETJ (extra territorial jurisdiction) which I’m sure everybody’s pretty familiar with.” Hanley continued, explaining “The preliminary plat was approved November 17, 2016. Then they had several extensions but essentially, they were not allowed any more extensions and the preliminary approval expired, which is why they’re coming before you again. Nothing’s changed, the Public Works director has done the final approval, it meets all the city’s codes and ordinances, so staff recommends approval.” Chair Olle commented, saying “I know they’ve got public utilities and water and sewage. And apparently, electricity goes through the area, so they’re ready to go, basically.” Hanley confirmed this statement, adding “The County does have to approve this again, so this will be going to the County next for approval. It’s different from a regular plat that’s within our city limits that’s just getting recorded for the clerk. This actually has to go in front of the Commissioner’s Court for approval.” The only other item of business on the agenda was discussion and action regarding the proposed replat of Lot 4, Block 162, Padre Beach Subdivision, section XI, to create two lots, lots 4A and 4B. Olle questioned Hanley, asking “There will be townhouses built on those lots, right?” with Hanley confirming, saying “Correct, it’s in neighborhood transition, and townhome is a permitted use of the lot. And this is a final plat, because there’s no required improvements to infrastructure. The sidewalk’s already in place, so it’s ready to go.” With no objections voiced, the Commission approved the proposed replat. The lots in question are located on Verna Jean Street east of Padre Blvd. Share By Pamela CodySpecial to the PRESS RelatedP&Z mull extension requestsBy KEVIN RICH Special to the PRESS The South Padre Island Planning and Zoning Commission considered a pair of extension requests during its Thursday, Dec. 21 meeting. The first of these was an appeal for a 90-day extension for the subdivision known as the Sandbar Estates, owned by Sandbar Properties, Inc.…December 29, 2017In “News”SPI Planning and Zoning Committee approves code revisionsBy ABBEY KUNKLE Special to the PRESS The SPI Planning and Zoning Commission (P&Z) met last Thursday for their regular monthly meeting. The committee held a public hearing regarding revision of the Padre Boulevard and Entertainment District Code. The committee opened with public comments, and member Russell Judah brought up…May 30, 2015In “News”Hotel planned for Ocean Tower propertyBy ABBEY KUNKLE Special to the PRESS The SPI Planning and Zoning Commission met Thursday afternoon for their regular monthly meeting to discuss the zoning designation of the recently annexed Ocean Towers Property. Chief on the agenda for discussion was a decision regarding the designation of the Padre Island Inn…July 25, 2015In “News”
LONDON (AP):José Mourinho made a winning start to life as Tottenham manager, as his new team beat West Ham 3-2 yesterday for their first away victory in the Premier League in more than 10 months.Son Heung-min, Lucas Moura and Harry Kane scored in a 13-minute span around half-time at the Olympic Stadium, with Tottenham, having a spark to their play rarely seen in the final months of Mauricio Pochettino’s reign.That ended on Tuesday, allowing for the return of Mourinho to the Premier League nearly a year after he was fired by Manchester United. He had an instant impact.“Doesn’t matter how, the three points were fundamental for us,” Mourinho said. “The boys are happy and that’s what I wanted. I wanted them back to happiness.”The most obvious effect was the improvement of Dele Alli, who shone in the No. 10 role behind Kane and fed Son with a penetrative pass for the opening goal in the 36th minute.Another deft piece of play by Alli – this time he flicked the ball to Son, while on the ground near the touchline – led to the South Korea forward crossing for Moura to poke home a close-range finish in the 43rd.Kane added the third goal four minutes into the second half when he headed in a right-wing cross by Serge Aurier.“I like very, very much the first 60 minutes,” said Mourinho, who added that fatigue after the international break was a factor in Tottenham allowing West Ham a way back into the game.West Ham pulled goals back through substitute Michail Antonio in the 73rd and Angelo Ogbonna in the sixth and final minute of injury time, but Tottenham did enough to earn a first away win in the league since beating Fulham on January 20. LUCKY “I think we are lucky,” Mourinho said, “that I have so many years in the Premier League, that I told the players at half-time, even if we score 3-0, minute 85 the game will be open. I think they understood that.”On Alli, who has struggled for form this season and hasn’t been selected in recent England squads, Mourinho said: “I’m happy with him. I spent a few minutes with him in training and outside the pitch. And we were saying that the best Dele Alli has to be back.“He’s too good to not be one of the best players in the world and not playing with the national team.”Spurs were in 14th place, 11 points off the top four, when Mourinho took over, but already look a team revitalised under their new manager.Mourinho still has to solve an issue with Christian Eriksen, the Denmark playmaker who has been unsettled this season and started on the bench again against West Ham.“I need to understand what’s in Christian’s mind or heart,” Mourinho said before kick-off, “and we have to make the right decision for the club.”
Boaters and fishermen on Norris Lake will have to wait awhile longer to have cold beer delivered to them on the water. A Knoxville couple applied for a beer license to open a business delivering beer by boat to customers on the water, but the Campbell County Beer Board voted Monday night to deny the permit, because the applicants could not confirm that the lakeside dwelling they have procured as a permanent address for their business is zoned for commercial use.It was evident from questions and discussion that the beer board members had reservations about the application, Zachary Marlow observing, “We’re entering uncharted territory.”Operators of several Norris Lake marinas were present at the meeting and although not directly voicing opposition to the permit, expressed their doubts, including how enforcement would work regarding deliveries that might cross county lines.The applicants had planned initially to operate from a large boat docked near Twin Cove Marina, filling delivery orders with smaller craft. The requirement that the business would need a permanent address resulted in their decision to operate from a dwelling in the vicinity of Twin Cove, but they could not confirm whether the location was zoned commercial.Scott Kitts made a motion to deny the permit until the applicants can provide proof that the location is classified as commercial, and the beer board voted unanimously to deny the permit.During the regular meeting, the commission voted unanimously to approve a request from Highland Telephone Cooperative to allow the Scott County utility to construct poles along Campbell County roadways in Stinking Creek and along Highway 297 in the Elk Valley area for expansion of a broadband network.Highland has obtained a grant from the Appalachian Regional Commission to run broadband services from Scott County to Highway 297, extending internet services to Jellico, Newcomb and Elk Valley, as well as part of Stinking Creek.At last week’s workshop, Highland representatives told commissioners that they would also like to extend their service area along Stinking Creek Road and into Habersham, but the grant money is not currently available. Highland Telephone asked Campbell County to apply for a $900,000 ARC grant to pay for the additional extension of service and the commission will later act on that request.The commission also voted unanimously to transfer unneeded county property in Mount Paran to the Industrial Development Board, which will then lease it to a private business for expansion of their delivery area.Commissioners also discussed the transfer of school department property in the Oak Grove area to the Oak Grove Cemetery for use as a veterans’ burial site. County Attorney Joe Coker explained that the commission can request the school board to approve the transfer, but has no direct control over school department property.The commission also discussed the hiring process for a new Director of Sanitation after Walt Sutton’s retirement at the end of the year. Coker explained that the County Mayor has the power to hire the new director, with the commission having the power to either confirm or reject the Mayor’s choice.Ralph Davis made a motion to bring the Mayor’s decision directly before the full commission, without first being approved by the Sanitation Committee. Surprisingly, his motion narrowly passed, with seven commissioners voting “no.”Finally, commissioners discussed whether the county is always meeting the letter of the law in providing “adequate public notice” of all meetings.Several commissioners expressed doubts that all meetings are adequately announced, which potentially could legally nillify any decisions made at those meetings. A meeting of the Rules & Ethics Committee was scheduled for next Monday, November 26 at 5:00 p.m. to discuss the subject and come up with any necessary recommendations. (WLAF NEWS PUBLISHED – 11/20/2018-6AM)Share this:FacebookTwitter
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2.30 Game On!4 Mins: Sean Armstrong opens the scoring from a free. Salthill/Knocknacarra 0-1 Cortoon Shamrocks 0-05 Mins: Armstrong adds another free. Salthill/Knocknacarra 0-2 Cortoon Shamrocks 0-07 Mins: Three up for Salthill/Knocknacarra. Salthill/Knocknacarra 0-3 Cortoon Shamrocks 0-010 Mins: Derek Savage opens Cortoon’s account from a free. Salthill/Knocknacarra 0-3 Cortoon Shamrocks 0-112 Mins: Sean Armstrong points close-in free. Salthill/Knocknacarra 0-4 Cortoon Shamrocks 0-117 Mins: Paul Varley – over the bar from play. Salthill/Knocknacarra 0-4 Cortoon Shamrocks 0-218 Mins: Goal chance for Cortoon….free in…Savvo points. Salthill/Knocknacarra 0-4 Cortoon Shamrocks 0-319 Mins: William Finnerty – Yellow Card!20 Mins: Free in for Salthill/Knocknacarra…..Robert Finnerty points. Salthill/Knocknacarra 0-5 Cortoon Shamrocks 0-323 Mins: Tap-over free for Cortoon…Derek Savage obliges. Salthill/Knocknacarra 0-5 Cortoon Shamrocks 0-424 Mins: Cortoon are level. Adrian Varley points from play. Salthill/Knocknacarra 0-5 Cortoon Shamrocks 0-527 Mins: Gary Cox puts Salthill/Knocknacarra back in front. Salthill/Knocknacarra 0-6 Cortoon Shamrocks 0-5Camogie Final ready to go….Mullagh V Sarsfields29 Mins: Shane Gilmore comes on for Shane Gleeson on the Cortoon side30 Mins: Free in for Cortoon…….Joseph Donnellan scores. Salthill/Knocknacarra 0-6 Cortoon Shamrocks 0-6Nine of the twelve points have been from frees!2 minutes of added timeHALF TIME: Salthill/Knocknacarra 0-6 Cortoon Shamrocks 0-6………………….OVER TO ATHENRYGame On …Mullagh V Sarsfields3 Mins: Is that a goal for Sarsfields?….NO!…free out5 Mins: Free in for Sarsfields. Niamh McGrath scores..first point of the game. Sarsfields 0-1 Mullagh 0-06 Mins: Aoife Donoghue levels it. Sarsfields 0-1 Mullagh 0-111 Mins: Niamh McGrath points a long-range free. Sarsfields 0-2 Mullagh 0-114 Mins: Therese Manton comes on as sub for Mullagh17 Mins: Another long-range free for Niamh McGrath. Sarsfields 0-3 Mullagh 0-1Back at Tuam Stadium…..2nd Half is on. Early point from a free from Joseph Donnellan. Cortoon Shamrocks 0-7 Salthill/Knocknacarra 0-6Adrian Varley is off injured for Cortoon34 Mins: Garry Cox answers for Salthill/Knocknacarra….Sean Armstrong gets a yellow card. Cortoon Shamrocks 0-7 Salthill/Knocknacarra 0-7 Corofin V Mountbellew/Moylough at 4.15pmCounty Camogie Final: Sarsfields V Mullagh at 3pm. GOAL!!!!!!!!!! for Salthill/Knocknacarra….. Marcus MacDonnacha Salthill/Knocknacarra 1-9 Cortoon Shamrocks 0-7CAMOGIE HALF TIME: Sarsfields 0-6 Mullagh 0-1Football 9 minutes to go!51 Mins: Robert Finnerty adds a point …Salthill/Knocknacarra 1-10 Cortoon Shamrocks 0-860 Mins: Long stoppage….game restarts3 Minutes of added time.Salthill/Knocknacarra’s John Maher is the Galway Bay FM Man of the Match63 Mins: Tadhg Haran points. Salthill/Knocknacarra 1-11 Cortoon Shamrocks 0-8FULL TIME: Salthill/Knocknacarra 1-11 Cortoon Shamrocks 0-8Who will Salthill/Knocknacarra meet in the final? Up next, Corofin V Mountbellew/Moylough at 4.15 pm First up is the game between Salthill/Knocknacarra and Cortoon Shamrocks CAMOGIE 22 Mins: Sarsfields add a point from play by Orlaith McGrath. Sarsfields 0-4 Mullagh 0-1FOOTBALL Latest: Salthill/Knocknacarra 0-8 Cortoon Shamrocks 0-731 Mins: Niamh McGrath stretches the Sarsfields lead. Sarsfields 0-5 Mullagh 0-132 Mins: Sarsfields five up now….Orlaith McGrath from play. Sarsfields 0-6 Mullagh 0-1FOOTBALL Latest: Salthill/Knocknacarra 0-9 Cortoon Shamrocks 0-7 Welcome to our Galway Bay FM Senior Football Semi-finals and County Camogie Final Match Tracker. There will be 5 Minutes of added time!60 Mins: Free from Gary Sice makes it Corofin 3-12 Mountbellew/Moylough 1-1062 Mins: Point for M/M. Corofin 3-12 Mountbellew/Moylough 1-11Michael Lundy & Greg Higgins make welcome returns for Corofin as late substitutes64 Mins: Michael Lundy gets a point…….he’s back! Corofin 3-13 Mountbellew/Moylough 1-11FULL TIME: 3-13 Mountbellew/Moylough 1-11Gary Sice is the Galway Bay FM Man of the MatchThank you for your company – Gerry Murphyprint WhatsApp Facebook Twitter Email SECOND HALF under way. Mullagh are back in the game with a goal from Aoife Donoghue and three points. Mullagh 1-4 Sarsfields 0-637 Mins: Free from Niamh McGrath points to level it up again. Mullagh 1-4 Sarsfields 0-738 Mins: Aoife Donoghue puts Mullagh back in front. Mullagh 1-5 Sarsfields 0-739 Mins: Free in for Mullagh. Over the bar from Aoife Donoghue put two between the teams. Mullagh 1-6 Sarsfields 0-742 Mins: Maria Cooney brings it back to a one-point ball game. Mullagh 1-6 Sarsfields 0-843 Mins: Collette Glennon points for Mullagh. Mullagh 1-7 Sarsfields 0-847 Mins: Erica Coen opens the gap to three. Mullagh 1-8 Sarsfields 0-849 Mins: Niamh McGrath points another free. Mullagh 1-8 Sarsfields 0-951 Mins: Orlaith McGrath closes the gap to one. Mullagh 1-8 Sarsfields 0-1052 Mins: Aoife Donoghue responds with a free for Mullagh. Mullagh 1-9 Sarsfields 0-1053 Mins: Instant response from Orlaith McGrath. Mullagh 1-9 Sarsfields 0-1155 Mins: They’re level….Niamh McGrath from another free. Mullagh 1-9 Sarsfields 0-12Regulation time is up….in added time.ALL OVER……Draw match. Mullagh 1-9 Sarsfields 0-12“Fair result” says Imelda HobbinsJoint players of the match, Aoife Donoghue & Orlaith McGrathCOROFIN V MOUNTBELLEW/MOYLOUGH – Game onLatest Corofin 0-2 Mountbellew/Moylough 0-2 – 13 Minutes gone13 Mins: Ian Burke puts Corofin in the lead. Corofin 0-3 Mountbellew/Moylough 0-215 Mins: Barry McHugh from a 45….over the bar. Corofin 0-3 Mountbellew/Moylough 0-319 Mins: Cathal Kenny points for M/M. Mountbellew/Moylough 0-4 Corofin 0-320 Mins: Point from play by Gary Sice levels matters again. Mountbellew/Moylough 0-4 Corofin 0-421 Mins: Barry O’Donovan points. Corofin 0-5 Mountbellew/Moylough 0-422 Mins: Jason Leonard stretches the lead to two. Corofin 0-6 Mountbellew/Moylough 0-423 Mins: Now there’s three in it….Michael Farragher with a point. Corofin 0-7 Mountbellew/Moylough 0-426 Mins: Gary Sice adds another one. Corofin 0-8 Mountbellew/Moylough 0-427 Mins: Barry McHugh answers with a point. Corofin 0-8 Mountbellew/Moylough 0-5There will be 1 minute of added time.30 +2 Mins: Kieran Molly scores a massive point. Corofin 0-9 Mountbellew/Moylough 0-5HALF TIME: Corofin 0-9 Mountbellew/Moylough 0-5SECOND HALF ON!Latest Score: Corofin 1-11 Mountbellew/Moylough 0-7….Gary Sice with the crucial goal.15 minutes remain46 Mins: Good save denies M/M a goal47 Mins: Ian Burke punishes Mountbellew.Moylough with another goal…a six point turnaround. Corofin 2-11 Mountbellew/Moylough 0-748 Mins: Jason Leonard with yet another goal….Corofin are coasting now! Corofin 3-11 Mountbellew/Moylough 0-749 Mins: The goals are flying in…. Stephen Boyle gets a goal for Mountbellew/Moylough. Corofin 3-11 Mountbellew/Moylough 1-750 Mins: Barry McHugh races through but his goal-bound shot whistles over the bar. Corofin 3-11 Mountbellew/Moylough 1-851 Mins: Is that a penalty for M/M?….no, just a free in. Popped over Corofin 3-11 Mountbellew/Moylough 1-955 Mins: Barry McHugh adds another point. Corofin 3-11 Mountbellew/Moylough 1-10 Cortoon Shamrocks V Salthill/Knocknacarra at 2.30pm
The Galway County Camogie AGM was held last night in the Loughrea Hotel and Spa. Gerry Hennelly retained his position of County Board Chairman, Claudia Nevin was re-elected Secretary and Bernie Daly is the new Assistant Secretary. Tony O’Donovan is the new Minor Camogie manager and Cathal Murray (pictured) is confirmed as senior manager again for 2019. The following is the full list of officers for 2019… REPRO FREE***PRESS RELEASE NO REPRODUCTION FEE***Liberty Insurance All-Ireland Senior Camogie Championship Round 2, Athenry GAA, Co. Galway 16/6/2018Galway vs WaterfordGalway manager Cathal MurrayMandatory Credit ©INPHO/Laszlo Geczo Chairman – Gerry Hennelly (Ardrahan)Vice Chairman – John O’Gorman (Cappataggle)Secretary – Claudia Nevin (Mullagh)Assistant Secretary – Anne Kearney (Turloughmore)Treasurer – Dessie O’Brien (Mullagh)Assistant Treasurer – Bernie Daly (Mullagh)PRO – James Lundon (Athenry) After the meeting Darren Kelly spoke to Chairman Gerry Hennelly…Audio Playerhttps://galwaybayfmsports.podbean.com/mf/play/d4zh8g/Gerry_Hennelly_Camogie.mp300:0000:0000:00Use Up/Down Arrow keys to increase or decrease volume.Darren also spoke to Senior team manager Cathal Murray…Audio Playerhttps://galwaybayfmsports.podbean.com/mf/play/yqug9c/Cathal_Murray_Camogie.mp300:0000:0000:00Use Up/Down Arrow keys to increase or decrease volume..print WhatsApp Facebook Twitter Email
The college gathered more than 200 thoughts during the process that posed the question: Please explain, in as much detail as you like, how you feel about the name Selkirk College Saints and team’s logo and colours.“We received a broad range of feedback and we appreciate every person who took the time to get involved in the process,” Kincaid says. “It was quite evident that our community cares very much about Selkirk College and Saints athletics. We are excited to maintain our strong connection to our past while forging ahead with a refreshed logo.”Selkirk College currently has one varsity team with student-athletes competing in the British Columbia Intercollegiate Hockey League (BCIHL). When the team opens the regular season in October, players will be wearing a newly designed crest on the fronts of their jerseys. The new look prominently features the mountains that are a geographical symbol of life in the Selkirk College region.“It’s a great new look, the players are going to be proud to pull that jersey over their heads and play for the crest on the front,” says Kim Verigin, Selkirk College’s Department Head for Athletics, Recreation & Student Life. “We will stick with the colours that have come to represent excellence in the BCIHL, but the new logo really reflects our connection to the West Kootenay and Boundary region.”The Saints will unveil their new jerseys when classes resume in September and the BCIHL regular season gets underway in October.Learn more about Selkirk College athletics and recreation at: selkirk.ca/athletics. A fresh look for Selkirk College athletics reflects the rugged beauty of the region while maintaining an important connection to post-secondary history.Earlier this year, the college reached out to students, employees, alumni and community members about the Selkirk College Saints look, logo and name. Through online input and commenting via Rossland-based ThoughtExchange, it was clear that the name Saints should remain in place and a new logo would be welcomed.“This college is part of the fabric of our community and the athletic program is an important element of what we offer to the region,” says Selkirk College Vice President of Students & Advancement John Kincaid. “The outreach has helped determine that many people place high value on the Saints name and the historical connection to the many athletic teams that have proudly represented Selkirk College over the last five decades.”
DELE ALLI celebrated scoring against Watford with a bizarre dance from hit game Fortnite.The battle royale style shoot ’em up has infiltrated football in recent weeks.2 Dele Alli incorporates his love of Fortnite into the beautiful gameCredit: AP:Associated PressTottenham midfielder Alli live streamed himself (under the name delstroyer14) playing the game on Twitch to more than 10,000 viewers last week.And he brought some of his online antics onto the pitch with him – though thankfully nothing too violent.Alli, 22, stood with his hands in the air and swivelled side to side while stamping his feet after slotting in Christian Eriksen’s pass.He was interrupted by team-mate Harry Kane who, along with Leicester’s Harry Maguire, is also a team-mate when playing Fortnite online.Jubilation from Dele Alli as he gives us another Fortnite celebration at Wembley! 👀🎮Watch @SpursOfficial against @WatfordFC live on Sky Sports Premier League now! pic.twitter.com/gLLOMUX20E— Sky Sports MNF (@SkySportsMNF) April 30, 2018 2 Dele Alli scores past Watford after being set up by Christian EriksenCredit: REUTERSIf you know, you know.. 🤣 pic.twitter.com/LDzwHzA0Yj— Dele (@dele_official) April 30, 2018 The England star posted a picture of his celebration to Twitter, captioned: “If you know, you know .. 🤣”Fortnite has gripped the footballing world with players from Atletico Madrid to Cardiff taking inspiration from it.Antoine Griezmann made Arsenal ‘Take the L’ after his goal in the Europa League semi-final first leg, while Cardiff defender Callum Paterson has made Fortnite celebrations his forte this season.In Fortnite, 100 players land on an island with just a pickaxe and must loot the surrounding areas for weapons and materials.The winner is the last person or team standing.Tottenham 2-0 Watford: Harry Kane edges closer to Mo Salah in Golden Boot fight after Dele Alli’s opener
AD Quality Auto 360p 720p 1080p Top articles1/5READ MOREFrumpy Middle-aged Mom: My realistic 2020 New Year’s resolutions. Some involve doughnuts.Today, the Hart High School junior is a cancer survivor, and on Wednesday she spoke at a kickoff fundraiser for blood cancer cures through the Leukemia & Lymphoma Society. Known as “Light the Night Walk,” the national event returns to Santa Clarita for the second year Oct. 15. Carrying balloons with lights, corporate teams, families and volunteers walk two miles around Bridgeport Park with this year’s goal of raising $100,000, said Taly Fantini, Leukemia & Lymphoma Society director of special events. Last year, about 800 people gathered at the park and raised $50,000. This year’s walk is the first for Sandi and Joe Franco and their 8-year-old son Mateo, who was diagnosed with leukemia in September. Nearly 35,000 people each year are diagnosed with the form of cancer that’s characterized by an uncontrolled accumulation of white blood cells. “It impacts every part of your life,” Sandi Franco said. “Every part of our life changed a year ago.” VALENCIA – When 16-year-old Sarah Weichel was diagnosed with cancer, doctors told her to let them worry about the disease and urged her to live life as usual. So she did, despite aggressive chemotherapy treatments. The fair-haired teen danced at her prom, hung out with friends and went out at night like others her age. But one morning, she woke up and found much of her hair on her pillow. Suddenly, her reality of the disease changed. “I realized that day I was sick and I could die if I did not fight with all the strength I had,” she said. The Newhall family will walk with at least 20 others on their team in October. Wearing a button-sized picture of her 11-year-old grandson, Jonnie Lanners, who died three years ago from leukemia, Janet Snyder is on her sixth walk to raise money to find a cure. The Santa Clarita grandmother grinned when she described the boy who was in and out of hospitals for three years and eventually established a toy charity for other kids there. “I’m sad because I lost Jonnie. But if it (the walk) will prevent someone from going through what we did, that’s what it’s all about,” she said. Ana Butler’s mother, Lillith Machado, was 73 when she died of myeloma, a cancer of plasma cells that annually strikes nearly 16,000 people, typically at age 67. Machado was in the hospital for months before her diagnosis, with doctors bewildered by her symptoms. By the time the disease was recognized, it was too late for treatment, said Butler, who is forming a team of her five siblings to walk in their mother’s honor. “I want to find a cure,” she said. “We have to carry on.” For more information about the fundraiser, look at: www.lightthenight.org or call (877) 586-9255. [email protected] (661)257-5254160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set!