On Friday, Dec.2, the boys were in Leduc, taking to the ice against the Roughnecks. Despite scoring the game’s first goal, the Tracker Flyers did not get off to an ideal start, allowing five goals against in the opening frame.However, the Flyers did make it interesting in the second, netting four goals, compared to Leduc’s one, exiting the second period trailing only 6-5.The third period started well for the Flyers, who tied the game up at 6-6 only seven minutes into the frame. Unfortunately, the tie did not last, as the Roughnecks scored with seven minutes left in the game, for a final score of 7-6.- Advertisement -Saturday, Dec 3, the Tracker Flyers made their way to Sturgeon, to play the SHC Mustangs. Unfortunately, the usually potent offence of the Tracker Flyers didn’t accompany the team to Sturgeon, as the team only scored one goal, suffering a 4-1 loss. The Tracker Flyers were even close to being shut out, but the team’s lone goal from Collin Mathieson in the third period prevented that from occurring.Sunday, the boys headed to Camrose to do battle with the Vikings, in search of their first weekend win. Things were looking good for the Flyers, who built a solid four goal lead entering the second portion of the game. Midway through the second, the Flyers led the Vikings 4-0, which shockingly, was not a big enough lead to secure a win.The Vikings scored five unanswered goals, four of which were scored in the third period, to complete the 5-4 come-from-behind victory.Advertisement After adding three losses to their record, the NE B.C. & Yukon Tracker Flyers post a record of 10-5-3, and sit second in the NAMHL’s North Black Division. They trail first place Grande Prairie Strike Energy Storm by only a single point.After a disappointing last weekend, the Tracker Flyers will only play once this weekend, when they host the West Yellowhead Rockies in Dawson Creek on Saturday, Dec.10.
This April, Humanscale, a global designer and manufacturer of products that improve wellness at work, brings an engaging and innovative RE:CHARGE Café concept to the Fuorisalone during Milan Design Week.Humanscale has explored the science of biological lighting and its connection to wellness. Following circadian rhythms, this lighting represents a step forward for mental wellbeing and the impact on physical health, further demonstrating the brand’s commitment to design innovation, health and wellness.Humanscale’s Acting Creative Director and Designer, Todd Bracher – who is also behind some of the brand’s most recent designs, including the Trea Chair which mimics the instinctive recline of the human body and the glare-free Vessel Light – will transform a local Milanese café on Via Solferino into the RE:CHARGE Café concept.RE:CHARGE Café will feature a communal table with custom, state-of-the-art charging stations with built-in biological lighting and a lush green, air-purifying wall, made possible by the pioneering vertical agriculture specialists Vertical Field. Along with free Wi-Fi and a healthy bar offering specialised “Green Shots” for rejuvenation of body and mind, RE:CHARGE Café will support the harmonious blends of work, sociability, relaxation and recharge which are synonymous with the Humanscale brand.The RE:CHARGE Café concept is also inspired by ‘Engineered Nature’, a recent trend identified and developed by London-based forecasting studio Franklin Till, drawing on human’s inherent connection to the natural world and the health benefits of being exposed to nature.RE:CHARGE Café invites visitors to re-energise both physically and mentally, while promoting wellbeing through a carefully curated and researched space, educating and giving back to the design community.
It’s time to #LoveYourBlock here in the #NorthEnd! Thank you to @RepMichlewitz for providing the fuel , @LYB_Boston for providing the tools , & most importantly our volunteers who woke up early this morning to keep our neighborhood clean! This is #CivicBos pic.twitter.com/RAOp0hw2xC— Maria Lanza (@NorthEndONS) May 4, 2019 Thank you to our @BostonSchools #Eliot K-8 School kids who helped #LoveYourBlock surrounding their school, on a Saturday morning! Big or small our volunteers can do it all! #CivicBos pic.twitter.com/vlRNKfaeCu— Maria Lanza (@NorthEndONS) May 4, 2019 Love Your Block Clean Up at Cutillo Park as part of the City’s LYB Clean-Up day. Thank you, North End Neighbors! pic.twitter.com/RQBHx0b85C— Friends of Cutillo Park, Inc. (@CutilloPark) May 4, 2019 It’s the time of year to #LoveYourBlock, with dozens of volunteers fanning across the neighborhood. Here are some scenes from Saturday’s cleanup.