Topping Out ceremony

first_img OCA top 2 were ESL students 2018 Education Year in Review logo wide.jpg Twitter Southern Style Potato SaladUpside Down Blueberry Pie CheesecakeHawaiian Roll Ham SlidersPowered By 10 Sec Croissant Breakfast Sandwich Casserole NextStay The University of Texas of the Permian Basin has scheduled a Topping Out ceremony, placement of the final steel beam atop the UTPB Engineering Building, at 10 a.m. Monday in the North West corner of the parking lot at the Wagner Noël Performing Arts Center, 1310 N. FM1788, Midland.“Topping Out” is a major structural milestone in the construction of significant buildings. A tree attached to a beam represents one of the construction industry’s oldest traditions brought from Europe to the United States.Ironworkers have continued the topping out event, because their skills make them the first to reach the pinnacle of a structure.For the UTPB Engineering Building, a rigging beam has been designated for the Topping Out Ceremony. Following the ceremony it will be flown into place.The public is invited to invited to commemorate the event by personally signing the beam and then, if weather permits, witnessing the ironworkers’ process to hoist it into place.There will be an opportunity to tour the construction area following the ceremony.Individuals who wish to participate in this tour should not wear high heels or open-toed shoes.For more information, call 432-552-2547.ON THE NETwww.utpb.edu Registration set for engineering camp Facebook Facebook Home Local News Education Topping Out ceremony WhatsAppcenter_img By admin – January 28, 2018 Previous articleBBB: Decrypting crypto currencies: Unraveling the mysteries behind bitcoinsNext articleConaway says he’s still ready to serve admin RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR WhatsApp Local NewsEducation Topping Out ceremony Pinterest Twitter Pinterest Noel earns award last_img read more

John Scofield Has Announced Plans For A New Album And Tour

first_imgBeloved jazz guitarist John Scofield has a new offering in the works! Titled Country For Old Men, the new release will see Scofield take a new approach and focus on more of a folk and country genre.Due out September 23rd via Verve/Impulse! Records, the new album will see Scofield cover legends like Merle Haggard, Dolly Parton, James Taylor and more. Steve Swallow, Larry Goldings and Bill Stewart round out the quartet that Scofield played with predominantly on the release.Scofield will tour in support of the album, performing in some major cities throughout September and October. Check out the full tour schedule below!John Scofield Fall Tour DatesSeptember 4 Chicago, IL—Chicago Jazz Fest*September 5 Detroit, MI—Detroit Jazz Fest^September 23 Boston, MA—Berklee Performance CenterSeptember 24 Ardmore, PA—Ardmore Music HallSeptember 25 Washington, DC—The Howard TheatreSeptember 27 New York, NY—The Blue NoteSeptember 28 New York, NY—The Blue NoteSeptember 29 New York, NY—The Blue NoteSeptember 30 New York, NY—The Blue NoteOctober 1 New York, NY—The Blue NoteOctober 2 New York, NY—The Blue NoteOctober 3 Indianapolis, IN—The Jazz Kitchen+October 4 Indianapolis, IN—The Jazz Kitchen+October 5 Evanston, IL—SPACE+October 6 Muncie, IN—Canan Commons+October 7 Bellefontaine, OH—The Holland Theatre+October 8 Cincinnati, OH—Live at The Ludlow Garage+(*) w/ Joe Lovano(^) w/ Brad Mehldau, Mark Guiliana(+) w/ Medeski, Swallow, StewartCountry For Old Men Tracklist1. Mr. Fool (Darrell Edwards / George Jones / Herbie Treece)2. I’m So Lonesome I Could Cry (Hank Williams)3. Bartender’s Blues (James Taylor)4. Wildwood Flower (Joseph Philbrick Webster)5. Wayfaring Stranger (Traditional)6. Mama Tried (Merle Haggard)7. Jolene (Dolly Parton)8. Faded Lov e (Bob Wills, John Lee Wills, Billy Jack Wills)9. Just A Girl I Used To Know (Jack Clement)10. Red River Valley (Traditional)11. You’re Still The One (Shania Twain / John Robert Lange)12. I’m An Old Cowhand (Johnny Mercer)last_img read more

Now under 16s topple the Scots

first_img England’s under 16s followed up their overwhelming 17½ – 2½ victory over Wales by beating their Scottish equivalents 16-9 at Blackwell in Worcestershire over the weekend. After an 8-2 success in the opening series of medal play singles, England were brought back to earth when the Scots took the foursomes 3½ – 1½ to leave the hosts ahead 9½ – 5½ at the end of day one. But the English boys surrendered only two of the following day’s match play singles with three games halved to take the final series 6½ – 3½. Lancashire’s Oliver Clarke and Matty Lamb from Northumberland (Image © Leaderboard Photography) emerged with 100% records after winning all three of their games, while Leicestershire’s Coby Cartwright had a win and two halves and Luke Northwood from Warwickshire two wins and a defeat. 6 Oct 2014 Now under 16s topple the Scots last_img read more