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2015-May-11 - because we did take it to the

Canucks back on track

John Huskies last week and beating Sexsmith two nights later, the Jr. Canucks are seeing success as all pistons are firing on the team. Goaltending, secondary scoring and excellent special teams seem to be big factors in the team's newfound confidence."We're definitely playing better hockey," said Jr. Canucks' assistant coach Ian Attew. "It's starting to come around, the guys are buying into the systems and that's why I think we're being more successful."From what I've seen we're starting to get goal scoring from other lines other than our top line. We're starting to get secondary scoring and I think that's been a huge difference, too. McCallum and McManus have been putting in some goals for us and we need that to be successful, especially when the playoffs come around."Goaltender Josh Round has also been a big factor. In his past two games he's had a saver percent average of .941 per cent, making 33 saves on Friday and keeping the Jr. Canucks alive at pivotal moments."He kept us in the first period there when they were all over us, and he's definitely kept us in some games," Attew said. "It's nice to be able to rely on the goalie when you have your lapses. He's definitely one of the reasons we're starting to turn the season around and win some games."It's a lot easier to play when you know that if you make a mistake the goalie's going to bail you out. Definitely there's a lot more confidence with our team because of that."In Friday's game in Fishnet Canne A Peche 120mm Sexsmith, Dawson Creek's special teams were stellar, particularly in the second period when the team had a power play goal from Tyler Norris and three shorthanded goals from Spencer Gover, Scott Reczka and Norris."We played really well on the penalty kill. We got some luck obviously, but every chance we had we pretty much scored on with the penalty kill and that put us up," Attew said. "We were actually playing better shorthanded than five on five. That pretty much killed Sexsmith when we scored those three goals, we put the game out of reach and it deflated them."Attew admits his team came out flat in both the first and the third periods on Friday, but their second period dominance is what won the game for the Jr. Considering that, in the past, the Jr. Canucks have lost the lead in the third period more than once, the Vipers' goals got the bench a little nervous."I think we had the lead and we thought we had the game in the bag, then they came back and were outplaying us for a good five, six minutes," Attew said. "We obliviously got back into the game and started playing harder. We definitely had a lapse there. It can be hard sometimes to keep your focus coming into the third with a lead. "Those two goals kind of scared us. I thought we were going to do our usual lapse where the other team comes back beats us, but we held on to win it."To wrap up scoring, Kyler Krantz scored Dawson Creek's sixth goal with 14 seconds left to make it 6 3. Canucks are looking to climb up through the standings of the North West Junior Hockey League. Canucks are ready to take on the league's top teams and earn a spot amongst them."We think we should be at least top three hopefully within a month," Attew said. "We should be a contender and a team that the top teams like Fort St. John and Grande Prairie should worry about when they play us. We just need to get up for games that aren't the top teams, that's been our Achilles heel for the year."On Wednesday the Jr. Canucks will travel to Fort St. John to play the Huskies for the second time in a week. With Dawson Creek beating the Huskies 5 1 last Wednesday, Black Fishnet Canne A Peche 120mm the Jr. Canucks know the Huskies will be looking for some redemption."Definitely they're going to want to put it to us because we did take it to them pretty good last game so we have to be ready for that. Obviously with Dawson Creek and Fort St. John there's always been a huge rivalry so it's going to be one of those games that both teams are up for," Attew said. "Hopefully we get some good goaltending again and we come Black Leather Brandaplato 140mm out on top."We just need to focus on working hard, getting lots of shots and taking care of our own end The more we shoot, the better off Gold Leather Brandaplato 140mm we'll be. Our power play's working a lot better, our penalty kill's working a lot better, so just sticking to what's been working with us and keeping it simple. Outworking them is how we win, if we do that we'll win."Wednesday's game in Fort St. John marks the Jr. Canucks' second to last game of 2014. They'll then travel to Grande Prairie on Friday to take on the league leading JDA Kings.

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2015-May-11 - On this stunning new ship

Celebrity Cruises orders two new ships

EST December 5, 2014

Celebrity currently has 11 ships, the most recent of which is Celebrity Reflection, pictured here. At 117,000 gross tons the two new ships will be about 7% smaller than Reflection, which can carry 3,030 passengers.(Photo: Celebrity Cruises)Celebrity Cruises has ordered two new ships that it says will enable it to offer small ship itineraries with large ship amenities.

The order was placed with the STX France shipyard for deliveries in the fall of 2018 and early 2020. The new Celebrity ships, being built under the name Project EDGE, will carry 2,900 passengers each.

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Celebrity is the "premium" cousin to Royal Caribbean International, whose ships can carry up to 5,400 passengers. As the average size of a cruise ship continues to get bigger, premium lines will be able to distinguish themselves by sailing itineraries that are off limits to vessels that are too long or too deep for certain ports or channels.

"On this stunning new ship we will White Satin and crepe Canonita 100mm bring our Silver Satin and crepe Canonita 100mm guests even closer to the must see destinations of the world," Celebrity President Michael Bayley said.

Celebrity has 11 ships, the most recent of which is Celebrity Reflection, which was delivered in 2012. At 117,000 gross tons the new ships will be about 7% smaller than Reflection, which can carry 3,030 passengers.

For a deck by deck look inside the most recent Celebrity Cruises ship, Celebrity Reflection, click through the carousel below.

The exterior of the Celebrity Reflection, the fifth and Black Leather Cathay 100mm final ship in the Solstice Class line that began in 2008.

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Brooke 'Tink' Baures

PREP ROUNDUP Aquinas girls fall to Elk MoundLass finds inspiration in sister's performanceBack pain sends Woods home earlyFishing derby on at Brice PrairieArgument scheduled for Peterson's return todayCHETEK, Wis. "Tink" Baures, 21, of Chetek died Monday, Dec. 1, 2014.She was born to Ronald and Kerrie (Clark) Baures April 9, 1993, at Ladysmith, Wis. graduated from the Cameron High School in 2011 and was currently a senior student at Winona (Minn.) State University, majoring in social work. Baures is survived by her parents, Ron and Kerrie Baures of Chetek; maternal grandfather, Arthur Clark Silver Glitter Boulimina 120mm of Exeland, Wis.; paternal grandparents, Lorraine and Thomas Baures of Fountain City, Wis.; sister and best friend, Bekka Baures of Chetek; aunts and uncles, Julie and Mike Hoffman of Rollingstone, Minn., Robert (godfather) and Kristine Baures of Fountain City, Dawn and Thomas Clark of Rice Lake, Wis., and Todd Clark of Exeland; cousins, Taylor Baures of Fountain City, and Natalie and Ashley Hoffman of Rollingstone, Graydon Clark of Rice Lake, and Jenna Clark of Bruce, Wis.; great uncle, Gerald Baures of Fountain City; godmother, Julie Predni of Trego, Wis.; and best friend, Joel Hinke of Winona. She was preceded in death by her maternal grandmother, Codetta Clark. Saturday, Dec. 6, at St. Peter's Catholic Church in Black PVC Bow 100mm Cameron, Wis., with Father James Bartelme officiating. Saturday at the church.A memorial fund is being set up at Sterling Bank in Chetek.Arrangements have been entrusted to the care of Appleyard's Home for Funerals, 19 W. Messenger St., Rice Lake, Wis.27 Loving Thoughts from , written by her family:Dear friends and family,1. It was my life's joy and pleasure to know all of you.2. I knew my parents loved me because they fashioned me with this great big smile, and I've always loved sharing it with everyone.3. My best friend was my younger sister, Bekka. I loved watching Bekka grow into a fine young lady and I'll be flashing her my trademark smile from Heaven.4. Although I didn't plan it this way, Bekka, now is your time to "Dig Deep."5. Hugs and kisses to Grandpa Clark, my biggest baking fan. Grandma Clark and I will be watching you from Heaven, smelling those apple pies and smiling.6. I will always be grateful to Grandma and Grandpa Baures, who provided a safe haven for me during my three college years, plus lots of food Red PVC Bow 100mm and free laundry services.7. I loved all of my family events with aunts, uncles and cousins. Sledding, Ping Pong, campfires, cookouts, holidays and time relaxing at Warrens.8. Thank you to my special parents. I was blessed to be the oldest cousin, and I took that responsibility very seriously.9. I enjoyed running track at Cameron High School! I appreciated all of the information that was downloaded into my young mind by my teachers.10. FYI to the WSU football team, you need to work on your planking skills.11. To my gym sisters at Deutsch's, I will miss the hugs and laughs, but not those timed runs.12. My amazing last gymnastics season, level 10, and my trip to Long Beach, Calif., for USAG Nationals found us lost on 27th Street and Oceana, and in hotel room 27, "Viva 27."13. I enjoyed my competition Black Glitter Boulimina 120mm years at Winona State and making it to Nationals in NCAA DIII for three years and earning All American Honors.14. My favorite event was warm ups but competed bars and beam best.15. My greatest joy was encouraging my teammates.16. To the amazing love of my life, Joel, you made me so happy and gave me direction. I'll miss your strong arms.

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2015-May-11 - In this two session class

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In this 8 hour class you will learn: how to create the structure needed for this "impossible" design; create the shape and features on Styrofoam (so that you don't have to eat your hard work after it's complete) and how to apply that to cake; using mixed mediums to cover undulating surfaces; sculpting; draping; and using multiple detail techniques and materials. Instructor will provide all materials including a box to transport your project home, and most required tools. A tool list will be provided and the students can bring their own, or can purchase a set from the instructor at an additional cost. : A Lil Birdie Told Me!, $450

Full day cake class with Nina Blackburn from Make Pretty Cakes! Want to learn how to create a structured cake with a fun twist? International guest decorator Nina Blackburn of Make Pretty Cakes will be flying in from New Zealand to teach you how to recreate a version of her fun "Bird of Wire" structured cake. 100% hands on full day course will teach you how to carve ganache and decorate a cute pair of birds balancing on a telephone wire in this fun, skills packed course. You will learn about building cake structures using simple materials and small power tools. How to use chocolate as a structure tool, replacing the need for Styrofoam in your cake projects. Playing with modelling chocolate and fondant with fun texture effects. Maximizing your White Suede Boulima 160mm cake profit with a few simple time saving decorating shortcuts and hacks. We will spend the day playing with cake while learning some fantastic tips and tricks along the way. This class is open to all levels and will be run as a small intimate course for maximum one on one experience with the teacher. You will need to bring your own rolling pin, mat and apron. All other course materials, recipes and structure will be provided for you, including comprehensive step by step tutorial notes.

8 am 12 pm : Cocoa Butter Painting, $115

Learn how to paint with this versatile edible medium. Students will learn the ins and outs of painting with cocoa butter. Topics covered: Can I paint with cocoa butter on ______? (fill in the blank), methods of warming cocoa butter, tips on choosing paint brushes brush care, transferring detailed images to your cake general painting basics. Students will get to experiment with cocoa painting on several edible mediums, as well as paint one of three decorative designs onto a display tier to take home. All materials and supplies provided by the instructor. : Isomalt Glass Slipper, $155

Are you intimidated by Isomalt? Don't Be! This class will show students of all experience levels how to create this stunning isomalt glass slipper with just a few simple sugar techniques, and will cover isomalt basics, casting sugar, how to customize different shoe designs, getting your sugar work to visually "pop" on a cake, as well as tips for storing and protecting your finished pieces from humidity. Students will complete a finished slipper to take home. (pillow cake not included) Students should bring an empty shoebox and bubble wrap to transport their finished projects. All other materials and tools provided by the instructor.

1 pm 5pm : From concept to cake: abstract painting on cake and Stylized Peony, $295

Ivone Kartadinata Candace Chand

Join us for the dynamic duo from the beautiful Vancouver, Canada: Candace Chand of Beau Petit Cupcakes and Ivone Kartadinata of Sugar Penguin Cakery, for a hands on experience on abstract painting on the whole cake with a gold brushed look. In this fast paced and fun class, students will learn the technique on creating the ethereal Angel Cheek peony, the striking anemones, and delicate foliage, and learn how to arrange the flowers on their finished cake. In the span of 2 Brown Suede Boulima 160mm days (of 4 hours each), student will also learn how to design cakes based on inspiration pictures, working with color palettes and adding a wow factor to cakes without too much detail and truly making it their own. A small list of basic supplies will be distributed upon signing up for the students to bring to the class.

10 5pm : Raewyn Reed: Sexy Stiletto and Shoebox Class $300

Spend the day with one of Australia's premier Cake Decorators and learn to create this decorating staple with Raewyn Read of Cakes by Raewyn. In this beginner/intermediate level lesson you'll not only learn to create this sexy gumpaste stiletto, but feel at ease to re create it again at home in a multitude of variations. You will also cover the shoebox and learn how to achieve those famous sharp edges and decorate with beautiful Cake Lace.

9:30am 5:00pm : Paul Bradford: Enter the Dragon! $300

Welcome Paul Bradford in his first trip to the US and join him in recreating one of his most eye catching designs he has ever created! Let Paul blow you away with different techniques and tricks used to created this easy design geared for the beginner sculptor! The design is so adaptable just by changing Suede Boulima 160mm the coloring, shading and eyes! Turn him into a friendly looking dragon for a kid's birthday into a more fierce dragon for a groom's cake! It's one of the most fun cakes to make and one that certainly has the WOW factor for any occasion. Just a few basic supplies from home is all you need to create this adorable piece of art!

Join us for the dynamic duo from the beautiful Vancouver, Canada: Candace Chand of Beau Petit Cupcakes and Ivone Kartadinata of Sugar Penguin Cakery, for a hands on experience on abstract painting on the whole cake with a gold brushed look. In this fast Black Suede Boulima 160mm paced and fun class, students will learn the technique on creating the ethereal Angel Cheek peony, the striking anemones, and delicate foliage, and learn how to arrange the flowers on their finished cake. In the span of 2 days (of 4 hours each), student will also learn how to design cakes based on inspiration pictures, working with color palettes and adding a wow factor to cakes without too much detail and truly making it their own. A small list of basic supplies will be distributed upon signing up for the students to bring to the class.

9am 12pm : Reva Alexander Hawk: Contemporary Buttercream Techniques $230

Learn Buttercream techniques to inspire your clients and competition to say."How did they do that?" In this hands on class we will take the fear out of buttercream by discussing the various buttercreams used in cake making and which recipe to use to achieve your overall result. You will be taught how to create contemporary designs using piping tips, palate knifes and other secret tools to create "Rustic" as well as "High Fashion" designs. You will leave this class with a better understanding of buttercream along with the condence and skills to conquer your buttercream fears. During this class you will also deign and create your own cake with the techniques you have learned in class. All Materials will be provided to the student except for the following. 10" box for nished project turn table (not a must but it would be helpful)

9am 12pm : Jacqueline Butler: Cosmos, Buds and Blossoms $195

In this two session class, students will learn how to make the adorable cosmos flower, as well as corresponding buds and filler flowers, just in time to use on spring cake designs. In the first session, Jacqueline will cover making delicate petals, constructing the centers, modeling buds and shaping small blossoms. In the second session, students will dust and assemble their flowers using Jacqueline's favorite finishing techniques. As time permits, Jacqueline will share her tips for using these flowers in arrangements. Due to time constraints, students will use both their own work and some pre made pieces to complete their project. Tools and supplies will be provided for use in class, but students need to bring a small box or container to carry their flowers home. Please note this is a two session class (3 hours Sat AND 2 hours Sun) to allow for proper drying time. Students must attend both sessions.

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