KEEPER OFTHE STARS SPRINTS HOME TO WIN GRADE I, $300,000 GAMELY STAKES BY 1 ¼ LENGTHS AS CEDILLO BAGS HIS FOURTH WINNER OF THE DAY; TRAINED BY WONG, SHE GETS 1 1/8 MILES ON TURF IN 1:46.43BASED IN NORTHERN CALIFORNIA, WONG REGISTERS FIRST-EVER GRADE I WIN ARCADIA, Calif. (May 25, 2020)–Attentive to the pace throughout, Keeper Ofthe Stars took command turning for home and sprinted the length of the Santa Anita stretch to take Monday’s Grade I, 300,000 Gamely Stakes by 1 ¼ lengths, providing trainer Jonathan Wong with his first-ever Grade I win and jockey Abel Cedillo with his fourth win on the Memorial Day program.Breaking from the far outside in a field of 10 fillies and mares three and up, Keeper Ofthe Stars was quickly into contention as she tracked longshots Giza Goddess and Tiny Tina while saving ground in the two-path into and around the Club House turn.Well within herself leaving the three furlong pole, Keeper Ofthe Stars was asked for her best a quarter mile out, was three-deep turning for home and forged to the lead at the sixteenth pole while much the best on the day.“I’m over the moon right now!,” said Wong by phone from his Golden Gate Fields base, where he’s become the Bay Area track’s perennial leading trainer. “I’m really speechless. This is my first Grade I, so I’m off the schneid! Now that she’s learned to relax, the sky’s the limit with her. Kristin Mulhall is overseeing everything down there and she deserves all the credit, along with the whole crew.“This filly had been training so well and she got an amazing ride from Abel, he couldn’t have ridden her any better. She’s a really good filly. I thought she could’ve won a couple of those graded stakes at Del Mar (last summer), but her best races are in front of her. I couldn’t be any prouder.”A winner of the Grade II Buena Vista Stakes at a mile on turf here Feb. 22, Keeper Ofthe Stars was off at 7-1 and paid $16.60, $7.40 and $6.40.Owned by Tommy Town Thoroughbreds, LLC, Keeper Ofthe Stars, a 4-year-old filly by Midnight Lute, out of the Run Away and Hide mare Sociable, notched her first Grade I win and now has seven wins from 15 overall starts. With the winner’s share of $180,000, she increased her earnings to $501,931.“She’s better if somebody is in front of her, she likes to follow,” said Cedillo, who now trails Flavien Prat 62-51 in the Santa Anita rider standings. “If she has a target, she is better. Last time I rode her in the Grade II (Buena Vista), I noticed that, so I tried to do the same thing today. I think this was her best race.”English-bred Bodhicitta rallied from far back while wide-out through the lane to nip Mucho Unusual by a nose for the place under Prat. Off at 14-1, Bodhicitta paid $13.60 and $8.00.The lone California-bred in the field, Mucho Unusual finished a length clear of Beautiful Lover and paid $5.60 with Umberto Rispoli up at 8-1.French-bred Etoile, who was making her U.S. debut for trainer Chad Brown, trailed the field while far back heading into the far turn and was never a factor while finishing eighth as the 8-5 favorite.Fractions on the race were 23.22, 47.20, 1:11.03 and 1:35.00.Racing will resume with a three-day on Friday at Santa Anita with first post time at 12:30 p.m. Fans are encouraged to wager via 1stBet.com or through Xpressbet.com. For additional information, please visit santaanita.com or call (626) 574-RACE.
But at 58 seconds later, the Pirates scored on the Flyers making the score tied at 3-3.They would head into the third period tied at three apiece.At 2:21 into the third, the tie was broken as Adam Horst shot the puck into the net with a double assist by Rick Cleaver and Joey Massingham making it a 4-3 lead over the Pirates.Then with 59 seconds left in the game, Robbie Sidhu scored one into the net with a feed from Tanner LaSann and Brandon Proil creaming the Pirates 5-3.Advertisement Up next for the Flyers, they will be home as they take on the Grande Prairie Athletics on November 30, followed by another home game on December 1 as they host the Falher Pirates. Both games start at 8:30 p.m. at the North Peace Arena. FALHER, A.B. – The Fort St. John Flyers had a successful game as they won over the Falher Pirates on Saturday in Falher.In period one, it was a tough start for the Flyers as the Pirates scored a goal on them at 6:20 into the game.The Flyers did manage to come around as Adam Horst with an assist by Jeff Shipton scored in a power play, at 8:50 left in the period, making the score tied at 1-1.- Advertisement -Then with 3:51 left in the opening frame, the Pirates broke the tie by scoring in the net making it 2-1 over the Flyers.In the second period, the Flyers would re-bound as Reid Campbell shot one into the net at 20 seconds into the period on a power play with a double assist by Jeff Shipton and Rick Cleaver. This would make the score tied at two apiece.Then at 8:46 into the frame, Tanner LaSann shot the puck into the net with a feed from Steven Fast and Robbie Sidhu making it a 3-2 lead for the Flyers.Advertisement
Director of Public Affairs Greg Walker says the proposal is based on demand and past successes.“The facility has had things like the HAVE A HEART charitable poker tournament. These kind of ‘one off’ type events in the past, and they’ve been holding them for several years at Chances, Fort St. John. They’ve attracted something, like, 80-percent participation. So, those are all good indications that we need to respond to something our customers are also telling us,” says Walker.The proposal, though, will be front-and-centre at upcoming City of Fort St. John public hearing.- Advertisement -The session is set for 6pm, April 14th, inside City Council Chambers.
The PRRD says the system was constructed to better meet B.C. Landfill Gas Management Regulation, established by the province in their on-going effort of reducing greenhouse emissions (i.e. methane) from municipal solid waste landfills.“During commissioning, flaring equipment will be activated as an integral component of the gas management system,” a press release from the PRRD reads. “Options for gas utilization, such as generating power or pipelining either raw or refined landfill gas to a natural utility, are being considered [sic].”Anyone with questions or concerns about the new operation of the facility is encouraged to contact the PRRD at 1 800 670 7773 or email prrd.dc.@prrd.bc.ca.- Advertisement –
Here’s a @CBCNews map showing the area around Gillam, Man., where the search for Kam McLeod and Bryer Schmegelsky has intensified. pic.twitter.com/KZYZVrQ2T0— Ian Froese (@ianfroese) July 26, 2019Then on July 19, the RCMP say they found a truck that had been driven by McLeod and Schmegelsky south of Dease Lake. The vehicle had been burnt, and the body of Leonard Dyck was found at a nearby highway pullout.Kam McLeod and Bryer Schmegelsky were charged on Wednesday with one count of 2nd-degree murder for the death of Leonard Dyck.As a result of the charges, Canada-wide warrants have been issued for Kam McLeod and Bryer Schmegelsky. RCMP investigators across the country continue to share information with other law enforcement agencies as the suspects remain at large.Advertisement GILLAM, M.B. – The RCMP have started door to door canvassing in Gillam as the search continues for Kam McLeod and Bryer Schmegelsky.On top of the door to door canvassing, the RCMP also requested help from the Canadian Military. Ralph Goodale, Minister of Public Safety and Emergency Preparedness, said “I received a request from RCMP Commissioner Brenda Lucki to provide assistance in the efforts to find the two suspects in these murders. On behalf of the Government of Canada, the Minister of National Defence, the Honourable Harjit Sajjan, and I have accepted the formal request for federal assistance, for a Canadian Armed Forces aircraft to aid in the search near Gillam, Manitoba.”In the criminal investigation of the two fugitives in northern MB, the RCMP have requested aircraft support from the Cdn Armed Forces. Prompt reply – YES.— Ralph Goodale (@RalphGoodale) July 26, 2019- Advertisement -RCMP in Cold Lake confirmed another sighting of the suspects on July 21. At 9:30 a.m., a north end resident of Cold Lake observed a vehicle stuck on a trail behind their residence. Two younger males were observed outside of a Toyota Rav-4. The resident assisted the pair in getting unstuck, and they continued on their way after a short, “unremarkable interaction.”Later that evening, the resident was on social media, where he identified the pair as Bryer Schmegelsky and Kam Mcleod.Advertisement Until Tuesday, McLeod and Schmegelsky were considered missing. During the Tuesday press conference, the RCMP announced the two are now suspects in the three deaths in Northern B.C.The pair were seen in northern Saskatchewan on Sunday, July 21 and then in Gillam Manitoba on July 22. — RCMP Manitoba (@rcmpmb) July 26, 2019The RCMP is reminding the public to stay vigilant and call 911 if they have any information by Kam McLeod and Bryer Schmegelsky.A new piece of surveillance video was also released on Friday. This video was taken in Meadow Lake S.K. on July 21.The search for Kam McLeod and Bryer Schmegelsky near Gillam started on Monday after their vehicle was found on fire. Since then the RCMP have increased their presence in the community with SWAT vehicles and check stops.Search TimelineOn Tuesday, July 23, 2019, the RCMP named McLeod and Schmegelsky as suspects in the double homicide of Lucas Fowler and Chynna Deese. Their bodies were found 20km south of Liard River Hot Springs along the Alaska Highway on July 15, 2019.Advertisement Members of the RCMP involved in the #MANITOBAMANHUNT in #Gillam getting ready. Door-to-door canvassing today. I am told no timeline as to when military air support will arrive. @GlobalNational @globalnews pic.twitter.com/r4L2mGC4Ms— Crystal Goomansingh (@cgoomansingh) July 27, 2019Have they changed their appearance?On Friday Manitoba RCMP said the pair might have changed their appearance and someone could have inadvertently helped the suspects.Kam McLeod & Bryer Schmegelsky MAY have changed their appearance & inadvertently been given assistance to leave the area by someone that was not aware of who they were. If anyone out there is hesitant to come forward – it is crucial for you call police immediately. #rcmpmbAdvertisement
Manchester United and West Ham have been put on alert after Alexandre Pato hinted he is interested in a move to England.The former AC Milan striker plies his trade with Brazilian club Corinthians but is currently on loan at Sao Paulo.However, Pato does not expect to make his move to Sao Paulo permanent, while Corinthians have expressed no interest in keeping the 26-year-old.“Next year I won’t be playing at Sao Paulo, everybody knows that”, Pato told Radio Globo by Soccer News.“I hope England or Spain.“I do not know if I can stay with Corinthians. I just try to do as well as possible. In football nothing is certain, so it’s no problem to return to Corinthians.“I am a professional.” 1 Alexandre Pato
The Donegal County Childcare Team has revealed it has received requests from 530 families for presents for more than 1,300 children this Christmas.Percy with Donegal County Childcare Committee last year. Pic Clive WassonLast weekend the DCCC revealed it was saddened at not being in a position to meet all family’s requests such was the huge volume of requests.The team at Donegal County Childcare are delighted with the generous response to the Presents for Percy Appeal since the publication of the open letter by DCCC Manager Avril Mc Monagle on Sunday last on Donegal Daily. Avril said since Monday morning at 9am, members of the public have been dropping by the DCCC Office to lend a hand. We have had everything from small pocket money donations from children to larger donations from businesses.Transition year students from a secondary school in Falcarrgh are organasing a fundraiser as a school project, shop workers have set up collection boxes and local businesses have pledged donations.Anonymous individuals have made online donations, young people will be collecting outside a nightclub in Letterkenny at the weekend and Supervalue have put a number of collection points at different branches in place.Avril’s letter has been viewed almost 15,000 times on the DCCC Facebook page and has been shared widely. Unlike other appeals for general toys, the Presents for Percy Appeal is unique as it aims to respond to the actual preferred Santa choices of children themselves.DCCC and the 19 organisations operating as distributers for the appeal, actually purchase specific toys and gifts that children have requested. By taking this targeted approach, parents are prevented from getting into unnecessary debt.Avril said – currently we have requests on behalf of 530 families with 1,300 children.To date we have raised €18,000 but still have a shortfall of approximately €10,000. Although the appeal aims to provide a maximum allocation of €50 per child, some organisations have applied for as little as €12 per child. So every small amount makes a huge difference.A big thank you to everyone so far for supporting the appeal and to the Donegal media for helping us spread the word. If you would like to donate money to the appeal Cheques/Postal Orders can be made payable to the Presents for Percy Appeal, and sent to Donegal County Childcare, 10-11 St Columba’s Terrace, High Road, Letterkenny. Alternatively, if you would like to make an online banking donation to the Presents for Percy Appeal, the banking details are as follows: Bank: Bank of Ireland, BallybofeyA/c No: 9264 8110Sort Code: 90-47-12IBAN: IE07 BOFI 9047 1292 6481 10 BIC: BOFI IE2DOur sincere thanks … Avril McMonagle, Manager, Donegal County ChildcareHUGE RESPONSE TO DCCC PRESENT APPEAL BUT 1,300 CHILDREN STILL NEED GIFTS was last modified: December 3rd, 2014 by StephenShare this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pocket (Opens in new window)Click to share on Telegram (Opens in new window)Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window)Click to share on Skype (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new window)Tags:Donegal County Childcare TeamDonegal DailyPresents
The two Donegal women were arrested in Busaras.Two Donegal friends who travelled to Dublin for a “good night out in town” ended up being arrested for causing a drink-fuelled disturbance in Busaras.Denise Dowd and Kiara Baird, both aged 19, were due to get a bus back to Donegal when they began hurling abuse and threats at the public, security and investigating gardai. Dowd went on to break a window at Busaras before trying to run away through heavy traffic.Judge Anthony Halpin said he would leave them without criminal convictions if they each made a €100 charity donation.Baird, of Glenwaters, Glenfin Road, Ballybofey, admitted to public drunkenness and threatening, abusive and insulting behaviour at Store Street.Dowd, of Donegal Road, also Ballybofey, admitted breach of the peace at Busaras.Dublin District Court heard the incident happened on the morning of April 26 last.The Evening Herald reported how Gardai found Baird highly intoxicated. She was aggressive towards members of the public at the bus station and was abusive to gardai.She was told to leave the area before being arrested.The court was told Dowd was being extremely abusive to security staff, shouting at them in a threatening manner.When told to leave, she broke a front window at Busaras.As gardai approached her, she ran through busy traffic to avoid them. She verbally abused the gardai before being arrested.The court heard there was no criminal damage charge against her.Both defendants apologised and had pleaded guilty at the earliest opportunity, which was indicative of their remorse, their lawyer said.Baird was on Jobseeker’s Allowance, while Dowd had just finished a Youthreach programme.The pair had travelled on the bus from Donegal the day before and intended to have a “good night out in town”, their lawyer said.They went out and had a “considerable amount to drink” before returning to Busaras the next morning to get the bus home.The incident began at 10.45am. The accused had “very little recollection” of what happened at the bus station.They had drunk alcohol before and were “not really sure” why it had such an effect on them on the night.Judge Halpin adjourned the case and said he would strike the charges out if the charity donation was made.DONEGAL WOMEN ARRESTED AFTER DRUNKEN DISTURBANCE IN BUSARAS was last modified: July 4th, 2016 by StephenShare this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pocket (Opens in new window)Click to share on Telegram (Opens in new window)Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window)Click to share on Skype (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new window) Tags:arrestedBusarascourtdonegalGardaiWomen
NEWSLETTER Sunday 31st March 2013 Easter SundayLord, the Resurrection of Your Son has given us new life and renewed hope. Help us to live as new people in pursuit of the Christian ideal. Grant us wisdom to know what we must do, the will to want to do it, the courage to undertake it, the perseverance to continue to do it, and the strength to complete it. Amen.We wish all Parishioners and visitors to our Parish, every Blessing at Easter and we pray that we may all come to know the Risen Christ. THANKS to everyone who participated so willingly in our Holy Week Ceremonies. Thanks to all who prepared the Cathedral, Altar Society Members, Cathedral Cleaners and Sacristans. A word of gratitude to all Ministers of the Eucharist, Ministers of the Word, Cathedral Ushers, Cathedral Collectors, Knights of Columbanus, those who had their feet washed and to those who brought up the gifts. Finally, thanks to the Cathedral Choir, Children’s Choir, Irish Choir, Folk Choir, Singers and Musicians who add to our celebration of Mass in the Cathedral regularly.The Relic of St. Peregrine will be in St. Eunan’s Cathedral this afternoon, Easter Sunday. We will have a Holy Hour and Blessing with the Relic from 3.30 pm to 5 pm. Saint Peregrine is the patron saint of cancer patients. If you forgot to take your TROCAIRE BOX to the Cathedral on Good Friday, please bring to the Parochial House as soon as possible. Do NOT leave Trocaire boxes sitting around the Cathedral.Confessions available after 7.30 pm Mass every MondaySUNDAY 31st MarchMasses ~ 8 am, 10 am, 12 noon and 6.30 pmBaptisms in the Cathedral – 1.30 pmSt Pius X Adoration Chapel is open at 7 pmHoly Hour and Blessing with St. Peregrine’s Relic ~ 3.30 pm – 5 pm Al-Anon Meeting in the Pastoral Centre – 8 pmAA Meeting in the Pastoral Centre – 8.30 pmMONDAY 1st AprilNo 8 am Mass 10 am Mass ~ Willie Ponsonby7.30 pm Mass ~ Jim HunterSt Pius X Adoration Chapel is openCONFESSIONS: 10.30 am to 12 noon and after the 7.30 pm MassGrow Meeting in Loreto Convent – 8 pmAA Meeting in the Pastoral Centre – 8.30 pm John MullenTUESDAY 2nd April8 am Mass ~ See Mass Intentions on the next page10 am Mass ~ ®7.30 pm Mass ~ John MullenSt Pius X Adoration Chapel is openLegion of Mary Meeting: Conference Room – After 10 am MassLegion of Mary Meeting: Room 112, Loreto Secondary School – 7 pmBaptism Preparation in the Parochial House tonight at 8 pmDivine Mercy Prayer Group in the Conference Room – 8 pmAl-Anon Meeting in the Pastoral Centre – 8.30 pmGamblers’ Anonymous Meeting in the Pastoral Centre – 8.30 pmAA Meeting in the Pastoral Centre – 8.30 pmWEDNESDAY 3rd April8 am Mass ~ Tommy McLaughlin10 am Mass ~ Bernard and Annie Crerand7.30 pm Mass ~ John and Susie McLaughlinSt Pius X Adoration Chapel is openMother’s Prayer Group Meeting in Loreto Convent – 8 pmNarcotics Anonymous Meeting in the Pastoral Centre – 8 pmTHURSDAY 4th April8 am Mass: Michael John Gallagher10 am Mass: ®7.30 pm Mass: Michael and Ellen McGroartySt Pius X Adoration Chapel is openConfessions: 12 noon – 1 pm and after 7.30 pm MassAA Meeting in the Pastoral Centre – 5.30 pmCharismatic Prayer Meeting in the Conference Room – 8 pmFRIDAY 5th April (First Friday)8 am Mass:10 am Mass: Patrick and Mary Farren7.30 pm Mass: See Mass Intentions below8.30 pm Mass: Fr. Leo Curran (Month’s Mind Mass)St Pius X Adoration Chapel is openFr. Kelly and Fr. McLaughlin will do their First Friday Calls todayFr. McGroarty will do his First Friday Calls on Thursday 11th and Friday 12th AprilGP’s Rosary and Benediction in the Cathedral 8 pmAl-Anon Meeting in the Pastoral Centre – 10.30 amAA Meeting for Women in the Cathedral Conference Room – 1 pmAA Meeting in the Pastoral Centre – 5.30 pmGamblers’ Anonymous Meeting in the Pastoral Centre – 8 pmSATURDAY 6th April10am Mass: Liz James (Month’s Mind)7.30 pm – Vigil MassConfessions: 12 noon -1 pm and after the 7.30 pm MassAA Meeting in the Pastoral Centre – 11 amMass Intentions for 8 am Tuesday and 7.30 pm FridayNora Gleeson (Month’s Mind Mass) ~ Matt Gleeson ~ Teddy GleesonRosaleen Gleeson ~ Charlie Kelly ~ Connie Callaghan ~ Alice KellyRECENT BAPTISMS ~ We welcome into God’s CommunityJoshua Zack CoylePRIEST ON DUTY: Fr. Eamonn KellyPhone: 074 – 9121021Fax: 074 – 9121021Email: email@example.comSt. Vincent de Paul ~ Parish of Conwal and Leck ~ 9129503St. Vincent de Paul ~ Parish of Aughaninshin ~ 9122366Pastoral Council on firstname.lastname@example.orgThe Divine Mercy Novena began on Good Friday and will end with a EUCHARISTIC LITURGY in the Cathedral next Sunday, 7th April (Divine Mercy Sunday) from 2.30 pm to 4.30 pm. Everyone is welcome to attend.A Bus to Knock will leave the Clanree Hotel on Saturday 6th April returning Sunday 7th April (Divine Mercy Sunday). Full cost €110 includes meals and accommodation. Payment in advance. Please phone: 9320734 or 086-3222874 or 087-7485523.LIFE IN THE SPIRIT SEMINARS ~ Will take place in the Cathedral Conference Room on the following Thursdays: 4th, 11th, 18th and 25th April and on 2nd, 9th and 16th May at 8 pm. You are invited! Come Holy Spirit!COMPASSIONATE COMMUNICATION ~ This 6 week course offers participants better ways of dealing with anger/conflict at home, in relationships or at work. It offers the opportunity to understand/explore how to manage anger, recognise what triggers anger and learn a range of techniques to release anger. The course will be held in the Pastoral Centre, Letterkenny beginning Thursday 11th April at 7.30 pm. Facilitator: Kathy O’Connor. Cost: €60. To book a place please call the Pastoral Centre on 9121853. Sponsored by the VEC Education Programme.The Irish Maths Teachers’ Association have organised the following REVISION COURSES in Letterkenny in Leaving Certificate Higher Level Maths (Sat 27th April & Sat 4th May); Ordinary Level Maths (Sat 11th May) and Junior Cert Higher Level Maths (Sat 11th May). Limited places available. Further details 086-2440777.DIVINE WILL CENTRE ~ Theme of Retreat: ‘Charity, the Life of the Divine Will’. This is not a basic introductory weekend (12th to 14th April). It presupposes that attendees are practicing Catholics and have a basic knowledge of the Spirituality of the Divine Will as lived by Luisa Piccarreta and St. Hannibal Di Francia. ‘The most beautiful act and the one that pleases Me the most is Abandonment in My Will … A single instant in My Will is worth an entire lifetime doing good works’ – Jesus to Luisa. This Retreat will be held in Ards Friary, Creeslough. For cost and further details please contact: 087-7777081 or email: email@example.comA RETREAT directed by Bishop Brendan Comiskey with the Theme: “Ignorance of Scripture is ignorance of Christ” (St. Jerome) will take place from Friday 19th to Sunday 21st April in Ards Friary, Creeslough. For cost and further information please contact Ards Friary on 9138909 or email: firstname.lastname@example.orgThe monthly meeting of LETTERKENNY PIONEER ASSOCIATION will take place on Friday 5th April at 8.10 pm in the Pastoral Centre, Letterkenny. There will be a member of the Association outside the Sacristy after Mass on Saturday 6th April and all the Masses on Sunday 7th April to take the names of anyone interested in joining or finding out more about the Pioneers. The annual Presentation Mass for Young Pioneers and those wishing to receive gold and silver pins will be held in May. Anyone who has been a member of the Association for 70 years is also entitled to a special emblem. If you are eligible for a silver (25 years) or gold (50 years) please contact Joe on 085-1269238, Michael on 087-6774618 or Geraldine on 087-7962045.DD LOCAL: ST EUNAN’S CATHEDRAL LETTERKENNY PARISH BULLETIN was last modified: March 29th, 2013 by BrendaShare this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pocket (Opens in new window)Click to share on Telegram (Opens in new window)Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window)Click to share on Skype (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new window)Tags:DD LOCAL: ST EUNAN’S CATHEDRAL LETTERKENNY PARISH BULLETIN
Sunny skies, temperatures in the upper 70s and light winds are forecast for Saturday and Sunday at Edwards. The show sponsors also advise bringing hearing protection because an air show can be noisy. Visitors may enter Edwards only at the west gate on Rosamond Boulevard or the north gate off Highway 58. The south gate on 120th Street East will be closed to the public. Once on base, visitors will be directed to parking locations by Edwards security personnel. More information about the air show is available at the Edwards Web site, www.edwards.af.mil by clicking on the air show logo. Jim Skeen, (661) 267-5743 email@example.comWant local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set! AD Quality Auto 360p 720p 1080p Top articles1/5READ MOREWalnut’s Malik Khouzam voted Southern California Boys Athlete of the Week Other allowable items include lawn chairs, small coolers no bigger than 1 foot by 1 foot, diaper bags, cameras, video recorders, and binoculars. Forbidden items include drugs and alcohol, weapons of any kind, and pets. Ice chests, backpacks, book bags, rucksacks, attache cases and boxes are not allowed on the flightline. Also not allowed are skateboards, scooters, bicycles and unicycles. Visitors also are advised to fill up their motor vehicle’s gasoline tank before they come to the air show. The gas station nearest to the base is 12 miles away. The desert sun’s effect is increased by the glare from the concrete on the flight line, so both sunblock and hats should be worn. Visitors should drink plenty of water and be alert to any signs, such as dizziness or nausea, of overheating. EDWARDS AIR FORCE BASE – To get the most out of the annual open house and air show at Edwards Air Force Base this weekend, bring a lawn chair and sunblock, but don’t bring Fido, alcohol or weapons. With tens of thousands of people expected both Saturday and Sunday, Air Force officials are advising visitors to come early to avoid traffic congestion. “Bring sunblock, come early, stay hydrated, and have a great time,” said Maj. Carl Lewis, the show’s public announcer. Allowable items include strollers or small children’s wagons. Collapsible wagons are preferred and wagons should be used for carrying children and not personal items.