Yield: 8 Serving Size: 1/2 cupIngredients5 medium apples (sweet or tart), cored and cut into 1 inch cubes15 large dates, pitted1 Tablespoon ground cinnamon1/2 teaspoon ground nutmeg1 Tablespoon vanilla extractJuice of 1 orange (about 4 Tablespoons)2 cups amaranth1 cup milk2 1/2 cups waterPossible toppings:chopped nutsraisinshoneydried cranberriesInstructionsAdd all of the ingredients in the order listed to your crock pot, except for the toppings.Cook over low heat overnight, at least 8 hours.Serve warm with your favorite toppings.
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LALAUDERDALE LAKES, Fl — The Broward County League of Cities, Inc. appoints Lauderdale Lakes Commissioner Beverly Williams as 2nd Vice President of the 2019-2020 year and the Florida League of Cities has also appointed her to serve as a member of the Nominating Committee of the Florida League of Cities.The ultimate success of these efforts is related to the level of involvement of the membership in providing leadership on issues of local, regional, state and national concern . As stated in the appointment letters from the Broward of Cities and the Florida League, they are pleased to have Commissioner Williams serve in this capacity.The Broward League of Cities and the Florida League of Cities are non-partisan, non-profit organizations dedicated to raising awareness and resolving issues facing cities and municipalities. Membership is made up of elected officials from municipal governments and area businesses. Members focus on identifying and resolving problems affecting day-to-day municipal operations including county, state and federal legislation. Dedicated committees conduct research and recommend policies affecting education, housing, economic concerns and municipal services.Commissioner Williams will work with other committee members to discuss the many issues facing our cities that will come before the Legislature during the 2019-2020 Session and decide upon a policy direction for the Broward County League of Cities’ legislative efforts on the county and state levels.
Submitted to Sumner Newscow â€” On Friday, April 25 from 1:30 p.m. â€“ 3:30 p.m. Futureâ€™s Unlimited along with Sumner Mental Health Center, Wellington Police Department, Wellington Fire/EMS, Sumner County Emergency Management, Sumner Regional Medical Center and Sumner County Emergency Communications (E-911) will participate in a Mock Disaster training drill. There will be emergency vehicles and personnel around the FUTURES campus that afternoon, and the public is being advised not to become concerned if traveling along North â€œAâ€ street in Wellington. This training will help emergency responders and FUTURES personnel be better prepared for different types of disasters/emergencies.
160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set! THAT Senate Democrat and Republican leaders, as well as President George W. Bush, have agreed on a tentative immigration plan gives rise to hope that comprehensive reform may be here at last. It’s about time. For 20 years, it’s been no secret that America’s immigration policies were badly broken. And since 9-11, it’s been exceedingly clear that those broken polices endanger national security. But getting the nation’s leaders to actually revise our immigration laws has been a near-impossible feat. The Senate came close by passing a plan last year, but it was torpedoed in the House of Representatives. This time around, the House has new leadership, but that’s no guarantee of a different result. The problem with immigration is that it bumps into several sacred cows, and outside of the Senate, the ideologues on all sides have been unwilling to compromise. On the one hand, we have restrictionists who refuse to accept any plan that normalizes the status of some 12 million illegal immigrants already living here. On the other, there are immigration activists who oppose even sensible efforts at border enforcement or modest civil penalties for those who have violated the nation’s laws. Yet while both sides dig in their heels, the country goes without reform that it desperately needs. Whatever becomes of the Senate’s compromise plan, the final version of immigration reform must contain the following ingredients if it is to do any good: A sensible system for new immigrants to enter the country legally. Greater enforcement may help shore up our borders, but only reasonable options for legal immigration will effectively end illegal immigration. A mechanism for making the millions of illegal immigrants who are already here legal and, eventually, citizens. It’s morally unacceptable – and a security risk – to have millions of people living here invisibly. The law must work to bring illegal immigrants out of the shadows, thus protecting them from exploitation and all of us from the criminality that the current system encourages. Realistic requirements. It will be of no value if the new law is as widely ignored and unenforced as the old ones. Onerous regulations that would preclude compliance should be an obvious nonstarter. Within these general parameters, compromises of all kinds by all sides will be necessary. Immigration supporters and opponents alike, for example, will likely need to accept that a path to citizenship is the price to pay for tougher enforcement – and vice versa. The Senate compromise plan looks like a good start. Now it’s up to the rest of Washington to finish the job.