The 5th Annual Run for Mental Health is tomorrow at Kingston Park in Support of the Mental Health Network of Chatham-Kent.
For that that are already registered, race bib pickup is today from 1-6 at the Mental Health Network (71 Raleigh St., Chatham)
If you can’t make the pick up or haven’t registered you can do that tomorrow at the park beginning at 8:30.
The 5K race will begin at 10am!
🚨IMPORTANT🚨 Please read! Info pertaining to bib pick ups and event schedule! Please DM if you have any questions! 🏃🏼🏁🏅 pic.twitter.com/w1ZWL1YzmX
— Run for MentalHealth (@MHNCKRun) May 11, 2017
Teams of 5 police officers, firefighters and EMS will go head to head in 5 grueling “job specific” challenges.
All funds raised will go to support Chatham-Kent Victim Services and National Service Dogs.
Award ceremony will follow the event. The public is welcome to watch.
Drop off your expired prescription drugs tomorrow at three locations.
Shoppers Drug Mart in Wallaceburg and Tilbury and at the court house in Chatham.
Reminder: Prescription Drug Drop-Off on Satruday, May 13, 2017 in three separate locations within Chatham-Kent. pic.twitter.com/kIPAo5Ifn4
— Chatham-Kent Police (@CKPSMedia) May 8, 2017
Most people probably think of Twitter as just another social media platform where you can chat with strangers, read the news, and, of course, find memes to send your friends.
But now, thanks to new dating app Loveflutter, your Twitter activity could help you meet a romantic partner. The app was just released Wednesday.
Loveflutter takes your 10 most recent tweets and displays them on your profile, along with all your ‘normal’ info, like your place of work, education, etc., and the app has a unique, Twitter-inspired feature that makes swiping more entertaining: each user has a 140-character fact that’s displayed over a blurry version of their profile picture (you can tap it to un-blur) — so the goal is that you’re swiping based on looks and personality. Once you find a match, the app can also supply you with date ideas or places to meet. It also helps locate potential matches who are nearby.
— Loveflutter (@loveflutter) May 10, 2017
The phrase ‘priming the pump’ dates to the early 19th century.
— Merriam-Webster (@MerriamWebster) May 11, 2017
TRUMP: We have to prime the pump.
ECONOMIST: It’s very Keynesian.
TRUMP: We’re the highest-taxed nation in the world. Have you heard that expression before, for this particular type of an event?
ECONOMIST: Priming the pump?
TRUMP: Yeah, have you heard it?
TRUMP: Have you heard that expression used before? Because I haven’t heard it. I mean, I just…I came up with it a couple of days ago and I thought it was good. It’s what you have to do.
But in the economic context he’s talking about, it’s been around since the 1930s.
Donald Trump thinks he invented the phrase “priming the pump”
— CNN (@CNN) May 11, 2017