17 Dec 2000: Jerry Rice #80 of the San Francisco 49ers walks off the field during the game against the Chicago Bears at the 3Com Park in San Francisco, California. The 49ers defeated the Bears 17-0.Mandatory Credit: Jed Jacobsohn /AllsportChandler (Ariz.) Hamilton three-star wide receiver Brenden Rice is the son of NFL legend Jerry Rice, but he is carving out his own football legacy. The younger Rice has offers from over 20 schools.Tonight, he cut that list virtually in half. Rice is down to 11 schools, though he did add that his recruitment is still open to new suitors.Currently, Rice’s top 11 consists of Arizona, Arizona State, Colorado, Michigan, Nebraska, Ole Miss, Oregon, Texas A&M, UCLA, USC and Washington State.“In God’s hands. Thank you to the schools that have recruited me so far and my Recruitment is still open to All. AGTG,” Rice wrote in his announcement on Twitter. In God’s hands. Thank you to the schools that have recruited me so far and my Recruitment is still open to All. AGTG💯 ✝️ pic.twitter.com/kEAPZzKorS— Brenden (@BrendenRice) June 4, 2019The 6-foot-3, 208-pound Rice most recently visited Oregon in the spring. He is the No. 12 prospect in the state of Arizona, according to 247Sports’ Composite Rankings.Rice is also the No. 69 wide receiver in the 2020 class.As a junior, he caught 49 passes for 729 yards and 11 touchdowns. Two years ago as a sophomore, he made 25 receptions for 559 yards and seven scores.
Greenwood, Monday, April 18, 8 a.m. – noon, 14 Wing Greenwood, Birchall Training Center, The Chamber Room Amherst, Tuesday, April 26, 8 a.m. – noon, 98, Victoria St. East, Tantramar Theatre Sydney, Wednesday, April 27, 8 a.m. – noon, Cape Breton University, 1250 Grand Lake Rd., Multi Purpose Room A and B Halifax, Tuesday, May 3, 1 p.m. – 5 p.m., Saint Mary’s University, Burke Building, Burke Theatre B (Entrance off of Inglis Street) Bridgewater, Thursday, May 5, 9 a.m. – 12:30 p.m., South Shore Regional Hospital , Lecture rooms 1-3 (Third Floor) The French consultation will be held in Halifax, Monday, May 16, 8 a.m. – noon at the Université Sainte-Anne, Campus de Halifax, 1589 Walnut St. It will also be broadcast to four communuities: Petit-de-Grat, Campus de Petit-de-Grat, 3433, route 206 Pointe-de-l’Église, Campus principal de Pointe-de-l’Église 1695, route 1 Grand-Étang, Campus de Saint-Joseph-du-Moine 12521, Cabot Trail Tusket, Campus de Tusket, 1, Slocumb Crescent Nova Scotians will be able to help shape the province’s future approach to mental health and addiction services as work on the Mental Health and Addictions Strategy moves into the public consultation phase. The Mental Health and Addictions Advisory Committee, which is leading development of the strategy, will hold six public consultations across the province, beginning April 18 in Greenwood and ending May 16 with a consultation for the Francophone and Acadian communities. Consultations will also take place in Amherst, Sydney, Halifax and Bridgewater. “I urge Nova Scotians to help us to revamp mental health and addiction services across our province by participating in the public consultations,” said Health and Wellness Minister Maureen MacDonald “Your input will help us ensure better health care for you and your family.” The Mental Health and Addictions Strategy was announced in the March 2010 Throne Speech. Ms. MacDonald anticipates receiving the advisory committee’s recommendations by October. The advisory committee is composed of 12 health experts, researchers, mental health clinicians and people living with or affected by mental illness. The committee has also been meeting with mental health and addictions groups as part of its work. To date, committee representatives have met with nearly 50 groups with more meetings planned for this month and May. “The stakeholder consultations have provided invaluable information for the work of the advisory committee,” said Joyce McDonald, co-chair of the Mental Health and Addictions Strategy Advisory Committee. “We have had the privilege to hear from many different individuals and groups as well as from professionals who work in the field.” People can also provide input online or through the mail. To comment online, and for more information on the strategy, go to www.nshrf.ca/mentalhealthandaddictionsstrategy. Call 902-424-4043 for a copy of the consultation questionnaire. Dates for the consultations are:
“We will be here every six months in a completely normal fashion”.He said that in previous cases when a country exited a programme it was normal for the IMF to maintain a presence for several years.The message was echoed by Eurogroup president Jeroen Dijsselbloem last month. After paying tribute to Ireland’s efforts within the programme, he stressed that any country leaving a bailout “would have extra surveillance for some time”.In a similar approach to that of the IMF, there will be six-monthly check-ins by the European Commission and the European Central Bank, both of which have permanent bases in Dublin.Dijsselbloem said that there would be, “no measures just surveillance”.Related: ‘This is the right decision for Ireland’: Taoiseach confirms bailout exit without credit line >Also: “The purpose of the programme was actually to exit the programme” – Noonan > IRELAND FORMALLY EXITS its EU-IMF bailout this weekend, as the three-year finance arrangement comes to an end. The Taoiseach is planning an address to the nation to mark the event, while ministers will also engage in a round of media events and interviews today.However, the teams from the European Commission, European Central Bank and the IMF won’t be going very far; all three bodies will be carrying out twice-yearly check-ups with the Department of Finance.The IMF team are expected to stay for a “number of years”. Speaking following the twelfth and final review of the country’s bailout programme last month, the Irish Mission Chief with the Washington-based fund took the opportunity to remind the media that the IMF would still be undertaking regular ‘visits’ with the Government to discuss policy.“The only thing that will be different is that there not be an assessment,” Beaumont said.