Facebook Twitter Google+ Published on December 12, 2018 at 6:27 pm Contact Anthony: email@example.com Comments Syracuse announced its full 2019 schedule on Wednesday afternoon. The Orange will play 53 games, 29 nonconference and 24 Atlantic Coast Conference games. The Orange open their season with a weekend tournament in Phoenix, Arizona, from Feb. 8-10. SU will play five games in three days, including matchups with San Diego State and Oklahoma on Friday to open the season.The Orange will then be participating in the ACC/Big Ten Softball Challenge. SU will battle both Penn State and Indiana two times each in Durham, North Carolina from Feb. 15-17. Syracuse will also participate in the Bubly Invitational in Gainesville, Florida, with Illinois State, Florida and Florida A&M to conclude the month of February. Then, SU is off to Stillwater, Oklahoma, for SU’s fourth of five nonconference tournaments. In Stillwater, the Orange will face off against Seattle, Oklahoma State, Illinois and Tulsa.AdvertisementThis is placeholder textSyracuse concludes its nonconference tournaments with the Colorado State Classic, a four-team tournament that includes Wagner, Dayton and Colorado State.The Orange begin ACC play with a three-game road trip to Louisville, followed by a three game road trip to Boston College. Syracuse will host its first game at Skytop Softball Stadium on March 29 against Notre Dame.Syracuse will play just 11 games at Skytop Stadium this season. The Orange conclude their regular season with three home games against Florida State.
Facebook23Tweet0Pin0Submitted by Elisa Sparkman for Thurston County Public Health and Social ServicesThurston County Healthy Homes Program is creating a new local resource – the Healthy Homes Program Vendor List. This is a list of home repair and home improvement vendors that serve the Thurston County area. The list will include home repair and home improvement services like general contracting, pest control, roofing, home inspection, home renovation, weatherization, mold remediation, electrical, heating, and ventilation/cooling. If you have friends or family in the home repair and renovation field, please share this great opportunity with them!To qualify for the list, the company’s staff member(s) in charge of training must take the Healthy Homes Class, and professionals must be licensed/registered, bonded, and insured.Register for one of the upcoming classes! Lunch is included!Saturday June 16 from 9:30 a.m. to 4:00 p.m.Friday June 29 from 9:30 a.m. to 4:00 p.m.Class Location: Thurston County Public Health 412 Lilly Rd. NE Olympia, WA.To contact the program or to register for a class call (360) 867-2674, or email HealthyHomes@co.thurston.wa.us. For more information about the upcoming classes, view the flyer.More about Thurston County Healthy Homes ProgramSince 2012, the Thurston County Healthy Homes Program has been providing education and guidance on housing-related health risks like mold, indoor air pollution, exposure to toxics (like lead and pesticides), safety hazards and more. The program offers free, voluntary, and confidential Healthy Homes Visits to give customized education and recommendations to Thurston County residents in their homes. Over the first five years, 99% of clients reported that having a Healthy Homes Visit was useful and they’d recommend one to others. Program staff can provide guidance over the phone or email if residents aren’t able to schedule a visit.The Healthy Homes Program also gives public workshops, classes, and volunteer trainings conducted by a certified Healthy Homes Specialist (certified by the National Environmental Health Association). Community members can request a healthy homes workshop for a group, club, or workplace. Classes and trainings are scheduled throughout the year and are posted on the Healthy Homes Program website.To schedule a Healthy Homes Visit or request a workshop contact 360-867-2674 or HealthyHomes@co.thurston.wa.us.