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put, Rob Pannell is the perfect embodiment of what Brine lacrosse stands for, noted Mike Rabinovitz, Marketing Manager at Brine. an absolute student of the game, dedicating every waking hour to not only perfecting his skills, but helping his teammates succeed as well. joining the MLL this summer, Pannell has already racked up 36 points and was named to the 2013 AllStar team.

couldn be more excited to be joining the Brine family, Pannell said. have such a deep history in the game, and to be able to play as a member of Brine Team Elite is a huge honor for me. Brine

Headquartered in Warren, Michigan, Brine has been rooted in the game of Lacrosse since 1950. Brine Company founded in 1922, Brine was a pioneer in creating a more durable, powerful stick for the masses. Brine prides itself on being a brand dedicated to commitment, hard work and most importantly the game of Lacrosse. For over 60 years, Brine has been innovating and improving the game of Lacrosse. Stick by stick. Head by head. Victory by victory.

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When he got out of prison determined to clean up his life, he ended up working at a warehouse job that barely paid a living wage.Finally, early this year, the 30yearold Redlands resident made his way to the Center for Employment Training in San Bernardino, where he is now training to be a welder.For much of my life I was running amok, so when I got out of prison I told myself I want to find work where I am not living paycheck to Welding student Emilio Salcedo, 21, of Colton, left, watches as Ramiro Torres, 29, of San Bernardino practices overhead arc welding at the Center for Employment Training in San Bernardino. The center has seen a jump in enrollment since the economic decline. Al Cuizon / Staff Photographerpaycheck, he said. Now I have learned a trade. I know how to weld.The center, a postsecondary school that recently moved from Riverside to a building on Cooley Court in San Bernardino, trains students, ages 18 to 80, in labor demand occupations.Among the occupations students train for are heating, ventilation and air conditioning maintenance, computer programming and design, welding, accounting and bookkeeping.All of the teachers have reallife experience in different industries so they can provide handson training.Because students come from diverse backgrounds, they Advertisementreceive lessons in life skills along with the vocational training.The goal is to enter the program, get trained and go back to work as soon as possible, said John Castro, recruiter/job developer for the center.With the economic downturn, the bustling center is seeing an increase in students.Among the 120 now attending the school are limited English speakers, injured workers, former prisoners, recently laid off middleaged workers and retirees seeking a new line of work.What we find is our student population has overcome a lot of adversity and they are here because they are dedicated to finding a good job with a good wage, said Castro.On a recent weekday morning, instructor Marvin Blanco provided instruction to students in reading blueprints and different techniques used in the welding trade.Not far away, 29yearold Ramiro Torres of San Bernardino demonstrated overhead arc welding to Emilio Salcedo, 19, of Colton.I had no place to stay, no car and no family to help me when I found this place while I was riding my bike, said Torres, as sparks flew overhead. Now I ride my bike here five days a week because I am determined to get a good job.I never had the chance to learn welding before, but now that Im retired Im doing it, he said. I feel lucky that I found this school..

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Budget actions that will impact Virginia Tech

RICHMOND, Va., March 6, 2013 The 2013 General Assembly, which was dominated by issues related to transportation and Medicaid expansion, adjourned on Feb. 23.

For higher education, the General Assembly provided additional funding for salaries increases, operating support, research and economic development, and capital outlay over those proposed in Gov. Bob McDonnells executive amendments to the 201214 budget. Additional funding for higher education in the second year of the budget will exceed $47 million.

Budget related actions impacting Virginia TechThe General Assembly modified existing plans for a 2 percent pay raise for all state employees in 201314, enhancing the plan to now provide a 3 percent meritbased raise for all faculty members and a 2 percent increase plus an additional compression action for classified and university staff.

To address staff compression, in addition to the 2 percent base increase all university and classified staff with at least five years of continuous state service as of July 25, 2013, will receive an additional base salary increase of $65 dollars per year of service, up to 30 years.

These compensation actions, the first in six years, remain contingent upon the commonwealths revenue performance in 201213.

To support the goals of the Higher Education Opportunity Act of 2011, Virginia Tech will receive an additional $690,000 in general funds for operating and maintenance costs, faculty growth, and other programs and initiatives in the universitys sixyear plan. Virginia Tech will also receive an increase in undergraduate student financial assistance of $819,000.

The university will receive $603,000 in the second year of the biennium to support and expand instate undergraduate enrollment. A portion of this new funding represents the third installment of a four year agreement between the commonwealth and Virginia Tech, James Madison University, the College of William Mary, and the University of Virginia.

In the second year of the biennium, the governor and General Assembly included an additional $600,000 to support the universitys unique military activities. This increase will help bring funding for the Virginia Tech Corps of Cadets more in line with that received by cadets at the Virginia Military Institute.

To support critical ongoing brain injury research and further spur economic development in Roanoke, McDonnell and the General Assembly invested an additional $1 million in the research program at the Virginia Tech Carilion Research Institute.

In capital outlay funding, the university received $50 million to construct a new classroom building to be located behind Derring Hall.

Also, the university will receive an additional $2 million through the Higher Education Equipment Trust Fund for scientific and informationtechnology equipment needs.

The university is very grateful for this allocation as the funding will help ensure the universitys laboratories and research facilities are positioned to compete for external sponsored grants, said Chief Financial Officer M. Dwight Shelton.

Finally, the General Assembly eliminated an administrative efficiency savings plan created in the 2012 General Assembly budget that reduced the universitys General Fund support by $629,163 in the University Division and $209,909 in the Cooperative Extension and Agricultural Experiment Station in each year of the biennium. While the university was able to mitigate the impact to campus of this budget reduction in 201213, the restoration of this support will prevent potential reductions of activity in 201314 and beyond.

Virginia Cooperative Extension and the Agricultural Experiment StationThe General Assembly included new General Fund resources to partially support the operations and maintenance costs of the new Human and Agricultural Biosciences Building I. This allocation will help alleviate the need to redirect other funds for this purpose.

Significant legislation related to higher educationThis year the legislature considered more than 2,300 bills and resolutions. A number of bills involved higher education board governance.

Legislation requiring institutions to appoint one nonvoting, advisory faculty representatives to their respective boards ultimately failed. The bill further required boards of visitors to choose a nonvoting, advisory student representative from individuals elected by the institutions student government or student body. Virginia Tech has included faculty, staff, and student representatives to the board for many years.

The General Assembly did adopt legislation directing the State Council of Higher Education for Virginia to annually deliver educational programs to new board members at least once during their first two years of membership.

Legislation establishing the Virginia Nuclear Energy Consortium was adopted by the House and Senate. Virginia Tech is partnering with the Consortium, and other fouryear institutions and private corporations, to help establish Virginia as a national and global leader in nuclear energy research. No funding was attached to this legislation, however.

The General Assembly rejected legislation instituting a policy requiring that 75 percent of the students admitted and enrolled at each institution of higher education be domiciled in Virginia. Also, the legislature rejected a number of other attempts to intrude on the policy making responsibilities of university administrations and boards of visitors.