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PORTLAND, Ore. Joanne Dulwick’s work as a relief leader of a disaster-action team for the American Red Cross Oregon Trail Chapter recently took the Lake Oswego woman to New Jersey to help the victims of massive floods caused by a northeaster in April. Six years and more than 50 classes later, Dulwick is on call one week every other month. Nationally she is always on standby. “When these people are flooded out of their home and have no place to go, we are there for them,” said Dulwick, whose local role with the Red Cross takes her to people in need all over the Portland area. “There are quite a few things that can be done,” Dulwick said. Nationally, Dulwick has helped after wildfires in Colorado and San Diego, and floods in Washington, Illinois and West Virginia. “They are very thankful,” she said of the victims. “They wouldn’t know what to do or have any place to go.” With the Red Cross, Dulwick serves as a shelter manager and is part of a team that provides water, food and medical supplies to victims and rescuers through stations and vehicles. In 2001, a friend who volunteered for the Red Cross suggested that Dulwick consider volunteering. Many of the calls in the Portland area involve house fires that happen at night in which families have lost everything. Dulwick and about 10 volunteers spent 16 days providing displaced people with shelter, food, clothing and other support. Dulwick, 52, also works inspecting damaged houses for Parsons Brinckerhoff. That work is seasonal, which allows her time for volunteering.
In support of the Yeti Beti women’s mountain bike team, Twin Six is offering a line of shirts on pre-order today. Sales support the Beti Bike Bash event, an all women race. Pricing is $24 S-XXL. Shirts available for both women and men.Specs:• Shirts will ship the first week of April• Black T-shirt• Red and White Graphic• 100% Super Soft Cotton• Made in the U.S.ACheck out the Yeti Beti race and scheduling here. Rapha has always been immersed in the performance bike market, with clothing and accessories. Now, they have some snazzy shoes, available in April. The Rapha Grand Tour Shoe is made from a full Yak upper, the first shoes in the industry to use this material. Yak leather is lightweight & water resistant, and boasts three times the tensile strength of cow leather. The sole is a 6.5mm thick Easton brand unidirectional carbon. Leather straps, a machined aluminum buckle with titanium D rings secure the feet. Rapha went with a cork footbed that molds to your foot over time and provide with the shoes three different arch supports.From their material: The Rapha Grand Tour shoes will be available on April 10, 2012 in European sizes 39 to 48 (whole and half with the exception of 47.5) and priced $450 / £350 / €360. The shoes are delivered in individual shoe bags and with after care cream developed specially for Ecco leathers. US made cedar shoe trees are also available separately. The shoes can be purchased exclusively from www.rapha.cc , www.giro.com and select Rapha retail partners.Click through the break to see the Rapha shoe in white along with a ‘this Friday only’ sale on TwinSix Yeti Betty Shirts…
That put the championship in the hands of the No. 2 match between UWF’s Paula Coyos and Valdosta’s Anja Coksa, who split the first two sets, 7-6, 4-6. Coyos led 5-2 in the third before Coksa tied it at 5-5. The UWF junior then won the final two games to set off the celebration. BOX SCOREMONTGOMERY, Ala. – The sixth-ranked UWF women’s tennis team won four of six singles matches in three sets to complete one of the most thrilling comebacks in program history and claim the 2017 Gulf South Conference Tournament Championship at the Lagoon Park Tennis Complex Saturday. With UWF trailing 2-1 after doubles play, second-seeded and 10th-ranked Valdosta State won straight-set matches at the Nos. 3 and 4 positions to grab a 4-1 lead an appear ready to end one of the longest winning streaks in league history. But the Argonauts dug deep and made sure the Blazers knew the 5-time defending champs weren’t going down without a fight. Print Friendly Version UWF (23-6) won its record 17th GSC title while extending its win streak over league opponents to 81-consecutive victories. The Argos are currently ranked third in the NCAA South Region and will find out their postseason destination on Tuesday night when the NCAA field of 48 is announced on NCAA.com at 7:00 p.m. Central time. “Anytime you can go into a tight match and pull it out, it gives you the confidence to go the distance against anyone.” 34th-ranked Paula Lopez also outlasted her opponent – 13th-ranked Bea Morales Hernandez – 5-7, 7-5, 7-5 to tie the match at 4-4. Valeria Mantilla fought back from a set down at No. 6 to start the comeback with a 5-7, 6-4, 6-0 win. She won the final nine games in her match. At. No. 5, Heather Mixon appeared to have her match in hand in the second set but was broken and forced into a third. She ran her dual record to league-best 22-3 with a 7-5, 6-7, 6-1 win to pull the Argos to within 4-3. “Valdosta played really good doubles today,” UWF head coach Derrick Racine said. “We were down in (number) one doubles most of the match but ended up getting into the tiebreak and eventually winning, so that gave us a little more life.”