Huskies ranked #1 in Alberta Junior B Hockey Leagues

first_imgFORT. ST. JOHN, B.C. – The Alberta Junior B Hockey League’s Road to Provincials ranking has the Fort St. John Huskies in the number one spot in statistics released just over a week ago.The rankings are based on the winning percentages for teams in each of the five Junior ‘B’ leagues in Alberta. The Huskies were ranked first in the NWJHL followed by the North Peace Navigators and the Dawson Creek Junior Canucks. The Huskies had a record of 8-1 at the time the ranking was done, and also led all teams from the Calgary Junior Hockey League, the Heritage Junior Hockey League, the Capital Junior Hockey League and the North Eastern Alberta Junior Hockey League. Since the rankings were released, the Huskies have since improved to 10-1, upping their winning percentage to .909, though the Navigators occupy first place in the NWJHL as of Friday morning.– Advertisement -General Manager Jeremy Clothier said, “I think it’s definitely a good spot to be in. But the season is still young and there are still big games out there. We are just trying to stay focused on what has been giving us success up until now. We can’t look past our next game as every game is a big one.”The Huskies are this year’s host for Provincials which take place from March 29th to April 1st.last_img read more

CSU, UC systems vote to increase fees; diversity, financial concerns raised

first_imgBut news of the hikes left students and faculty even more angry with CSU officials, who have raised fees five times in the last six years. “I think the CSU is riding the backs of students, and it’s hurting the university,” said James David Ballard, president of the California Faculty Association’s CSUN chapter. “It’s excluding students of color, single moms who are struggling to pay for school. It’s excluding all those students who are on the edge of being low-income. It will reduce the diversity of the campus.” California not cheap CSU officials maintain tuition is still more affordable than comparable universities nationwide, including the universities of Connecticut and Wisconsin. But Ballard and others dismiss those comparisons, saying the cost of living in California adds significantly more to a student’s overall bill. “What they don’t say is it’s not just the cost of tuition, but it’s the cost of being a student, the cost of a car, of insurance and utilities, and when we factor all that in, the CSU is not a bargain,” he said. And it also raises the question of how it will affect enrollment, Ballard and others said. While CSUN saw record admissions last fall with more than 34,000 students, Cal State Los Angeles and Cal State Dominguez Hills have seen enrollments fluctuate, according to CSU figures. “Oh hell yeah, I’m concerned,” said Rich Akaramonjkolchai, a sophomore marketing student at CSUN who lives in North Hollywood. “If tuition goes up more, I’m going to think twice about registering for classes. I know it’ll go up sooner or later. … Right now, I’m driving to school. Maybe I’ll have to start taking the bus.” Set to strike The fee hike comes as 1,800 CSUN instructors and staff are set to vote this week whether to strike after nearly two years of stalled contract negotiations and an overall frustration with CSU’s decision to raise student fees while giving a 4 percent pay raise to about two dozen administrators. Strike votes are also being held at the other 22 CSU campuses. CSU officials say the decision to raise salaries for the administrators – who now will earn $239,000 to $377,000 annually – will help retain high-quality executives. But Jendyi Curry, a freshman biology student at CSUN who lives in Santa Clarita, gasped when she learned of the increase. Curry already works at The Gap to pay for tuition but said she could be forced to slow down her hopes of graduating on time if the bill grows larger. “Ten percent? That’s ridiculous!” she said. “If anything, they should be lowering fees. … I might have to get a second job or take less units. This makes it really hard to go to college.” But beyond students picking up an extra shift in the stock room or blending a few extra smoothies at Jamba Juice, Kris Kouri, a lecturer in sociology and women’s studies, said it’s the state as a whole that ultimately loses. “The CSUs are the people’s university,” she said. “When you raise the fees, you’re blocking upward mobility. This is where the working-class kids can study and become middle class.” Diversity concerns Over the hill at UCLA, junior Mohammad Tajsar protested the regents’ meeting with the very same concern. The 20-year-old comparative literature and English major said he feared the hikes would further reduce diversity in a student body he already considers fairly homogenous. “I don’t want my university to be rich, white and suburban,” he said. “We all come from the same place, we’re all from the same background and that’s not representative of California. We’re out of touch with the demographics.” After regents voted early in the afternoon to increase fees, student complaints aroused enough debate that the board took up the discussion a second time. Once again, the board opted to raise tuition, which sent protesters outside, clapping and chanting angrily. Student organizers pledged to pressure legislators to alter the UC budget to prevent the increase from being passed on to students. “I’m really nervous and afraid,” said Narchelle Beasley, 18, a first-year psychology student from Long Beach. “I have financial aid, but the fees take a real toll on my family. All the extra money I’m taking is taking away from my siblings – and it was already too much.” susan.abram@dailynews.com (818) 713-3664160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set! She’s hardly alone. In addition to CSU, University of California Regents also upped tuition 7 percent Wednesday. The hikes mean undergraduate students attending CSUN and other CSU campuses will pay an extra $252 a year, or a total of $3,451 for a full-time schedule. Students at University of California, Los Angeles, and other UCs will now pay about $7,300 a year. The CSU Board of Trustees said the hike was needed because Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger’s proposed state budget for the system assumes $123 million in fee revenue, based on a 10 percent increase in student fees and a 2.5 percent enrollment increase. Roberta Achtenberg, CSU board chairwoman, said in a statement that fees also rise to support much-needed faculty salary increases. “The trustees are committed to bringing all salaries up to market rate in order to remain competitive,” she said. NORTHRIDGE – Ebony McKay, a psychology major at California State University, Northridge, will be spending more long nights working – but not on her studies. The 21-year-old junior already receives financial aid to help defray costs at the state college, but not enough to cover tuition. So when the California State University system approved a 10 percent fee hike Wednesday, McKay began considering student loans and longer shifts at her minimum-wage job at the local Target. “All the money goes to school, then to books,” she said. “You barely have anything left over for groceries.” last_img read more

Deschamps turns focus to ‘second competition’ after Denmark draw

first_img0Shares0000Antoine Griezmann was made to toil by a compact Denmark defence before he was replaced 20 minutes from time © AFP / Jewel SAMADMoscow, Russian Federation, Jun 26 – France coach Didier Deschamps immediately switched his focus towards a “second competition” at the World Cup after his side clinched top spot in Group C following an uninspiring 0-0 draw with Denmark in Moscow.France will discover their last 16 opponents later on Tuesday, as a possible showdown with Lionel Messi’s Argentina looms should they overcome Nigeria and claim second place in Group D. “There’s a second competition that’s going to start, the last 16 is straight elimination,” said Deschamps.“There’s a mountain in front of us now. But we’re there and we’re full of ambition to get to the next stage.”France have scored just three times in three games in Russia, including a penalty and an own goal, and it was another disjointed display from one of the title favourites.“The goal is achieved, the important thing was to be top of the group,” Deschamps said after France struggled to penetrate a determined Danish defence.“It wasn’t a very exciting match at the end because the Danish team was okay with settling for a draw because they would qualify.”“We tried to get a win,” Deschamps added. “At the end, once they stopped coming at us, the match was neutralised for the final quarter-hour.“The one point with the draw was good enough for them. We weren’t going to take silly risks because this result was okay for everyone.”Antoine Griezmann was restricted to a couple of long-range strikes, with his brightest contribution a threatening counter-attack that drew a cynical foul from Mathias Jorgensen.It wasn’t until Griezmann was replaced by Nabil Fekir for the final 20 minutes that Denmark goalkeeper Kasper Schmeichel was genuinely tested.“It’s difficult for everyone,” said Deschamps. “Spain, with their attacking options, and Germany have both had trouble. “It’s one of the hallmarks of this World Cup, where all the teams are very well prepared physically.”– ‘Gaining confidence’ –Griezmann’s sluggish start at the World Cup mirrors his display at Euro 2016, where only after the group stage did he explode into life — scoring five of his six goals in the knockout rounds — on his way to winning the Golden Boot.“People expect lots of goals, and other nice things, but we’re not here for that,” Griezmann told French television. “We want to win, we want to be first, we want to be in the last 16. That’s what we’ve done.“Not everything was perfect. There are still things to sort out but we feel better in this system and we’re gaining in confidence.”Denmark advanced to the latter stages of a World Cup for the time since 2002 as Age Hareide’s team extended their impressive unbeaten run to 18 matches.They will likely face Croatia in Nizhny Novgorod on July 1 for a spot in the quarter-finals.“The goal was to come here and to progress to last 16,” said Hareide. “We had a tough group. If you look at the teams that we played I believe it was one of the toughest.”“You need to do what you need to do in order to win matches,” he added. “It was a good performance by the boys. They were working hard for each other and sacrificed everything to get the point to take us through.”Hareide tipped Denmark’s upcoming opponents, Croatia, as a team that could make a deep run in the competition, having thrashed Argentina 3-0 in their second group game.“I think Croatia could surprise many,” the Norwegian said. “We’ve seen them play at the beginning of the tournament and they look strong.”0Shares0000(Visited 1 times, 1 visits today)last_img read more

PATSY McGONAGLE’S FINN VALLEY ATHLETICS REPORT

first_imgA week in the life of Finn Valley AC and its members is hectic by any standard.It began Friday last with the second annual training period in Ballyliffin attended by 30 members and led by Mark Connolly and Kieran Carlin – beautiful weather and the thumbs up were given by all the tired participants!Wednesday and the promise of good weather sees the hosting of the primary schools cross country which has an 11-15 start  followed by secondary schools in action on Thursday with an 11-30start time and of course if that weren’t enough the official opening of the new impressive track, pitch and floodlights Friday evening 7 pm. All former and current members are invited as are interested members of the local community.The opening will be performed by club stalwarts Patsy McGinley and Peader Mc Granaghan.A large turnout is anticipated to mark the occassion, in this, the club’s 40th year.The week finishes with the Donegal even age cross country clubs champ. and masters cross. Attached are the cross country  distances as were agreed by the county board for Donegal and by the UAC/ANI for Ulster for the season aheadCross Country Distances for 2011County: Region: National:Girls Actual;Under 10   800m. 1000m. Under 11; 1000m. 1200m. 1500m.Under 12; 1200m. 1500m. 2000m.Under 13; 1500m. 2000m. 2500m.Under 14; 2000m. 2500m. 3000m. Under 15; 2500m. 3000m. 3500m.Under 16; 3000m. 3500m. 4000m.Under 17; 3500m. 4000m. 4500m.Under 18; 3500m. 4000m. 5000m.Under 19;                     3500m. 4000m. 5000m.BoysUnder 10   800m. 1000m.Under 11; 1000m. 1200m. 1500m.Under 12; 1200m. 1500m. 2000m.Under 13; 1500m. 2000m. 2500m.Under 14; 2000m. 2500m. 3000m.Under 15; 2500m. 3000m. 3500m.Under 16; 3000m. 3500m. 4000m.Under 17; 3500m. 4500m. 5000m.Under 18; 4000m. 5000m. 6000m.Under 19; 5000m. 6000m. 7000m.PATSY McGONAGLE’S FINN VALLEY ATHLETICS REPORT was last modified: September 27th, 2011 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:Finn Valley AClast_img read more

GEIMHREADH ARTACH AG DRUIDIM LINN?

first_imgTÁ AN fear aimsire amaitéarach is cáiliúla in Éirinn tar éis a rá gur beag an baol go mbeidh aimsir Artach againn an geimhreadh seo.Tá Michael Gallager, fear an phoist, tar éis sneachta a thuar go rathúil le cúpla bliain anuas óna bhaile i sléib- hte Dhún na nGall.Ach deir Michael nach dtuigeann sé an fáth a bhfuil gach duine ag rá go mbeidh an tír ina dhúgheimhreadh go ceann cúpla mí. “Níl a fhios agam beo cá bhfuil bunús na dtu- artha seo. Ní fheicim aon chomhartha faoi. Ní chea- paim go mbeidh sé chomh dona agus a bhí le cúpla bliain anuas.“Creidim go mbeidh neart báistí agus seaca againn, ach ní fheicim ansneachta mór agus an teocht faoi bhun an reophointe atá á dtuar ag cách,” a dúirt sé.Deir Michael, a chuir iallach ar an ngeallghla- cadóir Paddy Power €70,000 a íoc i ngeallta luatha tar éis Nollaig bhán a thuar dhá bhliain ó shin, go mbeidh neart stoirmeacha ann. Le déanaí tháinig cus- taiméir chuige tar éis dó frog a aimsiú taobh thiar de phota bláthanna.“Nuair a d’ardaíomar an pota ní bhogfadh an frog. Bhí a fhios agam gur droch-chomhartha é sin cinnte.Cúpla lá níos déanaí bhí na drochstoirmeacha sin againn. Bhí a fhios ag an bhfrog go raibh sé le bheith go dona agus ní raibh sé i gceist aige dul aon áit,” a dúirt Michael.GeimhreadhNíl fear aimsire eile, Peter O’Donnell ó www.irish- weatheronline.com, ag ceapadh go mbeimid ag crith an geimhreadh seo. Dúirt sé go bhféadfadh mí Eanáir a bheith ar an mí is fuaire, ach gur beag seans go mbeidh sé chomh dona agus a bhí anuraidh: “Níl sé le bhei- th chomh drámata, agus níl an dianfhuacht le leanúint ar aghaidh.“D’fhéadfadh thart ar an méid céanna d’aimsir chneasta agus d’aimsir fhuar a bheith ann le gaoth láidir, báisteach throm ó am go ham agus roinnt sneachta nó oighir.”www.foinse.ieGEIMHREADH ARTACH AG DRUIDIM LINN? was last modified: November 5th, 2011 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)last_img read more

DDTV: SKIING TODAY IN DONEGAL – THE VIDEO!

first_imgDDTV VIDEO: IT’S not something you’ll see that often in Co Donegal – people skiing! But on Sunday Glackmore Mountain above Muff, ski and outdoors all-rounder Bren Whelan did just that.He didn’t have as much snow to play with as last year.But Bren – director of www.mountaintraining.ie – certainly wasn’t complaining.As he says himself: “It’s not the Alps, but it’s not bad for Donegal!” Of course this sort of thing is a doddle for Bren, who runs mountaineering courses for much tougher people than us.© 2011 donegaldaily.com, all Rights ReservedThe copying, republication or redistribution of donegaldaily.com Content, including by framing or similar means, is expressly prohibited by law. Follow us on www.twitter.com/donegaldailyFollow us on www.facebook.com/donegaldailySell anything on www.donegaldailyclassifieds.com  DDTV: SKIING TODAY IN DONEGAL – THE VIDEO! was last modified: December 19th, 2011 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:bren whelanDDTVDDTV: SKIING TODAY IN DONEGAL – THE VIDEO!donegal snowdonegaldaily tvmuffskiing donegallast_img read more

TRAVEL: TWO WEEKS IN THE SUN FOR THE PRICE OF ONE

first_imgLATE BREAK DEALS: FROM Liberty Travel, Letterkenny: Grab this fantastic bargain before its too late, depart on 13th April and stay for 14 nights in 4* Sea Pearl Hotel on B&B basis for just €299 per person for Adults & €199 for Kids.The Sea Pearl Hotel is now firmly established as a favourite with Irish holidaymakers in Kusadasi and caters for singles, couples and is particularly popular with families. You can choose to spend your day around the large lagoon style swimming pool, where there is always something happening, or relaxing in one of the quiet garden areas away from the excitement. Whatever your taste this hotel boasts an abundance of facilities to suit your holiday needs.April is a great month to visit Kusadasi if you enjoy pleasant temperatures and want to avoid the scorching sun of the summer months and the crowds of tourist that are attracted by it. You can expect pleasant temperatures of around 18°C during the day, dropping to a cool 11°C on an evening. Places are limited so book NOW to avoid missing out! Liberty Travel Unit 1 Larkin House, Letterkenny, County Donegal+ 353 (0) 74 91 88380info@libertytravel.ieCarolyn@libertytravel.ieTRAVEL: TWO WEEKS IN THE SUN FOR THE PRICE OF ONE was last modified: March 26th, 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:TRAVEL: TWO WEEKS IN THE SUN FOR THE PRICE OF ONElast_img read more

Men’s Tennis Defeats Nebraska and North Dakota Saturday

first_imgDoubles competition1. Vinny Gillespie/Ben Clark (DU) def. Nejc Sitar/Lukas Buth (UND) 6-22. Bayo Philips/Finley Hall (DU) def. Alex Reinke/Johnnie Carmichael (UND) 7-63. Tom Hands/Calum MacGeoch (DU) def. Chuck Tang/Jake Kuhlman (UND) 6-1 #46 Drake 6, North Dakota 1Feb 23, 2019 at Des Moines, Iowa (Roger Knapp Tennis Center)Singles competition1. Vinny Gillespie (DU) def. Nejc Sitar (UND) 6-3, 6-42. Tom Hands (DU) def. Lukas Buth (UND) 6-2, 6-23. Johnnie Carmichael (UND) def. Bayo Philips (DU) 7-5, 6-04. Calum MacGeoch (DU) def. Jake Kuhlman (UND) 6-4, 6-45. Ben Clark (DU) def. Davide Callegari (UND) 6-2, 6-46. Finley Hall (DU) def. Alex Mailes (UND) 6-4, 6-2 Next Game: Full Schedule Roster Match NotesNorth Dakota 5-13Drake 9-4; National ranking #46Order of finish: Doubles (3,1,2); Singles (5,2,1,4,3,6) vs. Oral Roberts 3/1/2019 – 10 AM #46 Drake 5, Nebraska 2Feb 23, 2019 at Des Moines, Iowa (Roger Knapp Tennis Center)Singles competition1. Toby Boyer (NU) def. Vinny Gillespie (DU) 2-6, 7-5, 10-72. Tom Hands (DU) def. Micah Klousia (NU) 6-3, 6-23. Victor Moreno Lozano (NU) def. Barny Thorold (DU) 3-6, 6-3, 6-44. Bayo Philips (DU) def. William Gleason (NU) 7-6, 6-45. Calum MacGeoch (DU) def. Isaac Nortey (NU) 6-1, 6-46. Ben Clark (DU) def. Chris Dean (NU) 6-2, 6-2 The Bulldogs added to that lead when No. 64 Tom Hands continued his tear with a 6-3, 6-2 win at No. 2 singles followed by a Ben Clark victory at No. 6 singles by a 6-2, 6-2 margin. Calum MacGeoch clinched the match with a 6-1, 6-4 win at No. 5 singles. Doubles competition1. Vinny Gillespie/Barny Thorold (DU) vs. Toby Boyer/William Gleason (NU) 5-4, unfinished2. Bayo Philips/Finley Hall (DU) def. Isaac Nortey/Micah Klousia (NU) 6-23. Calum MacGeoch/Tom Hands (DU) def. Chris Dean/Victor Moreno Lozano (NU) 6-2 In the evening match against Nebraska, Drake (10-4) opened up by winning the doubles points courtesy of victories from Bayo Philips/Finley Hall and Calum MacGeoch and Tom Hands.center_img The Bulldogs take to the road next for matches in Kansas against Oral Roberts and Wichita State March 1. Match NotesNebraska 7-5Drake 10-4; National ranking #46Order of finish: Doubles (2,3); Singles (2,6,5,4,1) Print Friendly Version Story Links Drake opened the morning with another doubles point win over North Dakota. Tom Hands/Calum MacGeoch won the No. 3 match 6-1 and then Vinny Gillespie/Ben Clark clinched the point with their victory in the No. 1 match, 6-2. Bayo Philips/Finley Hall won the No. 3 match 7-6.In singles action, Drake went to work fast as the Bulldogs won the No. 5, 2, 1, and 4 matches to secure the victory against North Dakota. Clark won his No. 5 match 6-4, 6-4, Hands claimed his No. 2 match 6-2, 6-2 followed by Gillespie’s win in the No. 1 match 6-3, 6-4 and finally MacGeoch won 6-4, 6-4 in the No. 4. Phillips was the only Bulldog to lose as he lost 5-7, 0-6 in the No. 3 match. Hall earned a victory in the No. 6 match 6-4, 6-2. Preview DES MOINES, Iowa – The No. 46 Drake University men’s tennis team collected its ninth and 10th wins of the season with a pair of wins Saturday at the Roger Knapp Tennis Center. The Bulldogs opened the day with a 6-1 Summit League win over North Dakota and a 5-2 win against Nebraska. The victory against the Cornhuskers improved the Bulldogs to 3-0 against Big Ten competition this season. vs. UND Box Score (HTML) vs. Nebraska Box Score (HMTL) last_img read more

BREAKING NEWS: BODY OF FISHERMAN RECOVERED OFF INISHOWEN

first_imgThe body of a fisherman has been recovered off the coast of Inishowen.At 10.46 am the Malin Head coastguard unit was contacted when debris was found floating in the water close to Kinnego Bay.There was also signs of diesel spillage close to where the debris was found. Ten minutes after the alarm was raised, a body was recovered from the water.Rescuers were unsure if the man was fishing on his own, so an extensive search was launched to see if there were others in the water.The Portrush and Lough Swilly lifeboat units were dispatched to the scene along with the Greencastle Coastguard and the rescue 118 helicopter from Sligo.They carried out an extensive search of the area, but were satisfied that there was nobody else aboard the stricken vessel. The fisherman recovered from the water was in his 50’s and is from the Glengad area in Inishowen.BREAKING NEWS: BODY OF FISHERMAN RECOVERED OFF INISHOWEN was last modified: June 28th, 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:chopperfishermanHome-page NewsResucelast_img read more

WATCH: Amazing Donegal girl shares important message about Down Syndrome

first_imgSarah Bradley is a five-year-old girl who has the ability to do anything she wants to do – and she wants everyone to know it!The inspirational Donegal girl made a video to celebrate World Down Syndrome Day on March 21st. With the help of her mum Emma, Sarah challenged all negative ideas about Down Syndrome and made an important point about children with different abilities.Video not playing? Click here to watch The dedicated Finn Harps fan loves to make videos and assert her independence, so the awareness day was the ideal time for her to share her message.Mum Emma Bradley tells Donegal Daily: “We did the video as a little bit of fun – she always says ‘I can do everything’ she is very independent and she loves making videos of herself and watching them over and over again. So we decided together that we would do a video about all the things she can do. We made the video a few weeks ago and as it was World DS day I thought I would put it on Facebook.”From Emma’s point of view, the video also shares an important message for parents of children with Down Syndrome.Emma said: “When she was born, I wish I could have seen the future, known what she could do, how much fun and happiness she would bring our whole family. “I hoped that someone with a young child with DS or someone who has just found out their child will have DS might see it and not be as worried about their child’s future.“I’d also like to think some doctors or nurses might see it and give parents a DS diagnosis in a more positive way, it’s not the end of the world, having a baby with DS is every bit as special as having a child without any special needs.”Sarah’s Facebook video has been shared far and wide and is making a big impact online since Tuesday, gaining 6,000 views so far. However, the Bradleys were too busy celebrating World Down Syndrome day to notice! Emma and Sarah spent their evening doing homework and having an Easter egg hunt and cake, which sounds like a very fun and special day indeed.Thanks to Emma Bradley for sharing her video.WATCH: Amazing Donegal girl shares important message about Down Syndrome was last modified: March 22nd, 2018 by Rachel McLaughlinShare 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:abilitieschildrenvideoWorld Down syndrome daylast_img read more