COLCHESTER, VT-August (DAY), 2007 In a world where vegetables are a child’s mortal enemy and junk food calls alluringly from every corner, parents fight a never-ending battle to help their kids eat healthy. Problem is, what’s healthy isn’t always what a kid finds tasty. Enter MyBaby.com and Missy Chase Lapine, author of The Sneaky Chef: Simple Strategies for Hiding Healthy Foods in Kids’ Favorite Meals. MyBaby.com is the web’s only retail grocery social networking website, devoted entirely to parents of young children. Lapine has become a celebrity chef among concerned parents through her strategies to get kids to eat what’s good for them and love it. Together, Lapine and MyBaby.com are using the power of the web to bring the sneaky word to parents across the United States.MyBaby.com has chosen to work exclusively with Lapine as their only chef partner in childrens health area. Lapine will provide Mybaby.com parents with helpful recipes, tips, and advice to both help get kids the nutrition so crucial for their growing bodies, and fight the threat of childhood obesity. Through the clever use of purees, Lapine is able to sneak fruits and vegetables into the most unexpected meals. For instance, cauliflower and carrots can be mixed into macaroni and cheese, and the picky eaters are none the wiser. Rebecca Roose Marketing Manager at MyWebLink and Project Manager for MyBaby.com, is excited about the new addition, saying, “Missy is a wonderfully inventive, enjoyable person with such a creative mind. We can’t be more excited about introducing her to retail grocery customers. They’re going to be able to converse with her, learn from her, and feed their kids healthier food as a result.”The Sneaky Chef will have its own cubby on the MyBaby.com user’s home pages, featuring a weekly tip. Recipes will be featured in a special Sneaky Chef section. Lapine will also have her own members page where users can send her messages and ask for advice on how to please the toughest of critics, namely, their kids.Lapine, in addition to holding workshops and doing personal coaching, is on the Culinary Arts faculty of The New School in New York City. She said of the new partnership with MyBaby.com, “I’m passionate about bringing this powerful health and wellness solution to families. Together with MyBaby.com, we can really spread the health and get families eating better than ever.” For more information about MyBaby.com, please go to www.mybaby.com(link is external) . For more information about Missy Chase Lapine, please go to www.TheSneakyChef.com(link is external) .About The Sneaky Chef: The Sneaky Chef is the brainchild of Missy Chase Lapine, whose New York Times bestseller, The Sneaky Chef: Simple Strategies for Hiding Healthy Foods in Kids Favorite Meals (Running Press, March 2007) inspired a whole new brand in the healthy eating/lifestyles category. Missy is the former publisher of Eating Well magazine and the founder of a natural baby product line Baby Spa®. She is currently on the Culinary Arts faculty of The New School, in New York City, and operates The Sneaky Chef workshops, which is a program of cooking classes and demonstrations that teach families how to eat healthier. She is also a collaborator with The Alliance for a Healthier Generation, a partnership between the American Heart Association and the William J. Clinton Foundation, helping schools serve healthier lunches. Her highly-anticipated second book, The Sneaky Chef: How to Cheat on Your Husband in the Kitchen, debuts in 2008.About MyWebGrocer: MyWebGrocer has been helping grocery retailers find profit in the online shopping world since 1999. Based in Colchester, Vermont, MyWebGrocer is the industry leader in providing web services solutions to 80 grocery chains such as Lowes, ShopRite, Brookshire Grocery and King Kullen. “We Make Online Shopping Work” is the companys slogan. Founded by Rich Tarrant, MyWebGrocer institutes e-commerce programs, provides web site design, hosting, creates e-mail campaigns, and furnishes online circulars and recipes for more than 80 leading grocery chains. For more information please visit http://www.mywebgrocer.com(link is external).
Comments Facebook Twitter Google+ Published on February 22, 2011 at 12:00 pm Amadou Gueye usually doesn’t get nervous right before a race. But when he stepped on the starting blocks at the Big East championship last weekend, he could feel the nerves churning in his stomach.This wasn’t just any 60-meter hurdles race for Gueye. The sophomore was running in only his second meet this indoor season since coming back from a hamstring injury. He didn’t know what to expect.What he got, though, was a second-place finish, crossing the line in 7.92 seconds.‘He really showed up huge this weekend to come out and (reach two personal records) off of really compromised training and racing for the whole indoor season,’ SU assistant coach Dave Hegland said.After the race, Gueye called the second-place finish a relief. He knew a top-tier finish was within his range, even dealing with his nagging injury, as long as he performed the way he should. The only hurdler who topped him was Chris Kinney, a two-time All-American from Georgetown.AdvertisementThis is placeholder textComing off a strong freshman campaign, Gueye entered this season with two goals. They are goals even he calls lofty. The sophomore wanted to run a 7.77 in the 60-meter hurdles and make it to the NCAA Indoor championships.A season of lofty goals quickly turned into a whirlwind of uncertainty for Gueye, though, when he strained his hamstring on Dec. 6, 2009. It’s a date he still remembers vividly.Instead of working toward his goals, he was sidelined and helpless.‘It’s real frustrating,’ said long-distance runner Joseph Bubniak, who was out for part of last year because of illness. ‘You work many months, you get into good shape, then get an injury and then you have to take a few months off. It’s a long process, but if you keep working hard, things will come together.’Hegland wasn’t sure how much Gueye would be able to run following the injury. He said the goals were just delayed a little bit.But Gueye and Hegland both expected the star runner to go full speed at the beginning of February instead of still trying to feel his way around the track.In Gueye’s first race back at the New Balance Collegiate Invitational on Feb. 5, he was still hesitant and mindful of his injury. He finished with a time he called disappointing. He said he wasn’t attacking the hurdles aggressively enough, one of the reasons he’s normally so successful.‘It was good to get a race out of the way,’ Gueye said. ‘But the time wasn’t where I wanted it to be. I don’t know if Coach was happy about it, but I wasn’t satisfied with it.’Because he was still injured, he didn’t want to aggravate it or make it worse. Gueye had his eyes set on the Big East championship.Or as he called it, ‘the big fish.’As a result of Gueye reeling in that big fish with a second-place finish at the Big East championship, he still has a chance to reach both of his goals in a week and a half at the IC4A championship on March 5.‘He’s got a good chance,’ head coach Chris Fox said of Gueye reaching nationals. ‘If he catches it really good at the (IC4A) in 10 more days, he has a shot for sure.’Gueye understands the magnitude of this approaching race. He has to run his best to reach the NCAAs.‘That’s my last chance to hit those goals,’ he said, ‘so it’s going to be a very, very big date for me.’Though Georgetown’s Kinney, who defeated Gueye this past weekend, is already qualified, Gueye is right on his coattails. If he runs a time within the top 16 in the country, Gueye will have achieved one of his missions set forth before the season, all the more impressive considering where he was in December.And Gueye said this time around, there won’t be any nerves.‘I try not to get nervous because I don’t let the moment get to me,’ Gueye said. ‘If I was nervous, that would mean I feel I’m not prepared, and that’s not the case at all. Everybody does a good job at putting me in position to do well and to hit those goals.‘So, nervous? No. Excited? Absolutely.’email@example.com
Submitted to Sumner Newscow â€” Todayâ€™s Wellington High School bulletin for Wednesday, May 11, 2016:Thursdayâ€¢Track at Mulvane.â€¢All School assembly, 2:15 p.m.â€¢Class Night, 7 p.m.Fridayâ€¢State tennis at Topeka.â€¢Finals 1, 2.Sundayâ€¢Graduation, 2 p.m.Mondayâ€™s lunch â€” Hamburger with Bun, Shredded Lettuce, Wedge Potatoes, Green Beans, Peaches, Apple Crisp and Milk.Tuesdayâ€™s lunch â€” Chicken Drummies, Mashed Potatoes with Gravy, Peas, Applesauce, Hot Roll and Milk.Todayâ€™s News: *Don’t forget here will be a shortened schedule tomorrow.1st Hour Â Â 7:55 – 8:352nd Hour Â 8:40 – 9:203rd Hour Â Â 9:25 – 10:054th Hour Â 10:10 – 10:505th Hour Â 10:55 – 12:10Â Â Â Â Â Â A LunchÂ 10:55 – 11:20Â Â Â Â Â Â B LunchÂ 11:20 – 11:45Â Â Â Â Â Â C LunchÂ 11:45 – 12:106th Hour Â 12:15 – 12:527th Hour Â 12:57 – 1:348th Hour Â Â 1:39 – 2:15Assembly Â 2:15 – 3:10*BPA officers for 2016-2017 are:President- Will LongVice President- Faith WilsonTreasurer- Dakota LynnesSecretary- Tori WingerHistorian- Andi DryThank you for your willingness to serve.*NHS will meet on Thursday at 7:40 am.* It’s not too late to sign up for the Spain 2017 Trip! If you are interested please stop by and visit with Mrs. Groom before you leave for the summer. The sooner you sign up, the lower your payments!*The FINALS schedule is as follows:Friday Â May 13th- Normal Schedule 1-4Â Students not taking finals may leave after 4th hour.Â Lunch Â 11:22 – 11:471st Â Â Â 11:52 – 1:332nd Â Â Â Â 1:38 – 3:10Monday Â May 16thÂ 3rd Â Â Â Â 7:55 – 9:354th Â Â Â Â 9:40 – 11:17Lunch Â Â 11:22 – 11:475th Â Â Â Â 11:52 -1:336th Â Â Â Â 1:38 Â – 3:10Tuesday May 17th7th Â Â Â 7:55 – 9:358th Â Â Â 9:40 – 11:00*Walk a Mile in My Shoes will be held at Lions Club Park on Saturday, May 14th from 9 am until noon. Please come walk to raise awareness for sexism and discrimination. T-shirts are available. Order forms are in the office.Today is Nationalâ€¦National Twilight Zone DayNational School Nurse DayNational Third Shift Workers Day.Follow us on Twitter. Close Forgot password? Please put in your email: Send me my password! Close message Login This blog post All blog posts Subscribe to this blog post’s comments through… RSS Feed Subscribe via email Subscribe Subscribe to this blog’s comments through… RSS Feed Subscribe via email Subscribe Follow the discussion Comments Logging you in… Close Login to IntenseDebate Or create an account Username or Email: Password: Forgot login? Cancel Login Close WordPress.com Username or Email: Password: Lost your password? Cancel Login Dashboard | Edit profile | Logout Logged in as Admin Options Disable comments for this page Save Settings You are about to flag this comment as being inappropriate. Please explain why you are flagging this comment in the text box below and submit your report. The blog admin will be notified. Thank you for your input. There are no comments posted yet. Be the first one! Post a new comment Enter text right here! Comment as a Guest, or login: Login to IntenseDebate Login to WordPress.com Login to Twitter Go back Tweet this comment Connected as (Logout) Email (optional) Not displayed publicly. Name Email Website (optional) Displayed next to your comments. Not displayed publicly. If you have a website, link to it here. Posting anonymously. Tweet this comment Submit Comment Subscribe to None Replies All new comments Comments by IntenseDebate Enter text right here! Reply as a Guest, or login: Login to IntenseDebate Login to WordPress.com Login to Twitter Go back Tweet this comment Connected as (Logout) Email (optional) Not displayed publicly. Name Email Website (optional) Displayed next to your comments. Not displayed publicly. If you have a website, link to it here. Posting anonymously. Tweet this comment Cancel Submit Comment Subscribe to None Replies All new comments