- Animal Control Help, Gloucester, VA
- E-Z Pass Web Site, Pay, Order, Accounts
- Free Area Codes And Time Zones Directory
- Free Resources And Databases
- Gift Shop
- Gloucester, VA Calendar of Events
- Gloucester, VA Jobs
- Gloucester Links and News 2
- Gloucester VA News Site
- GVLN Additional Resources
- Links Directory
- Virginia 511 Traffic Alerts
- Zip Code Directory Database
Saturday, August 24, 2013
Mr Magoo in Uncle Sam Magoo. Mr Magoo give us all an entertaining and comical view of American History. Catch another episode of Mr Magoo right here on Gloucester, Virginia Links and News every Saturday. Classic TV. When entertainment was more entertaining.
|Mr. Magoo and McBarker from What's New Mr. Magoo?. (Photo credit: Wikipedia)|
|Governor of Virginia Bob McDonnell speaking at CPAC. Please attribute to Gage Skidmore if used elsewhere. (Photo credit: Wikipedia)|
~Steel Fab to invest $1.5 million in steel manufacturing operation~
RICHMOND - Governor Bob McDonnell today announced that Steel Fab, a division of Samuel, Son & Co., Ltd., the largest family-owned metals processor and distributor in North America, will invest $1.5 million to establish a pressure tank production operation in the Town of Lebanon in Russell County. The project will create 50 new jobs and save 240 jobs for Virginia.
Speaking about today’s announcement, Governor McDonnell said, “Steel Fab’s establishment of an operation in Russell County allows the company to continue to grow, bringing 50 additional jobs to Southwest Virginia. Russell offered an available facility that will accommodate all processes under one roof, with room for expansion. Steel Fab is experiencing significant growth due to the marked increase in business generated from oil and gas extraction activities in North America, and the new facility will enable the company to meet increasing demands.”
“We are grateful to retain an important corporate citizen and employer in Southwest Virginia,” said Jim Cheng, Virginia Secretary of Commerce and Trade. “This great project will allow Steel Fab to meet its production needs and also provide room for potential continued growth in the Commonwealth.”
Steel Fab is a division of the Samuel Pressure Vessel Group of Wisconsin, part of the parent companySamuel, Son & Co., Limited of Mississauga, Ontario. Samuel offers end-to-end solutions in the distribution, transportation, processing and manufacturing of metals and industrial products. The company was founded in 1855 and currently is the largest family owned metals processor and distributor in North America. Samuel proudly operates Service Center and Manufacturing networks, supplying products and parts coast-to-coast.
“By choosing the Russell County, Virginia location, the new facility will enable Steel Fab to properly organize and optimize its production in one facility,” said a spokesman for Steel Fab. “It will allow Steel Fab to expand its product line into larger pressure vessel tanks. The financial package presented by the local and state governments made it very attractive, along with the excellent quality and available workforce.”
The Virginia Economic Development Partnership worked with the Russell County Industrial Development Authority, the Town of Lebanon, the Virginia Coalfield Economic Development Authority, and the Cumberland Plateau Planning District. Governor McDonnell approved a $100,000 grant from the Governor's Opportunity Fund to assist Russell County with the project. The Virginia Tobacco Indemnification and Community Revitalization Commission also approved $160,000 in Tobacco Region Opportunity Funds. Through its Virginia Jobs Investment Program, the Virginia Department of Business Assistance will provide funding and services to support the company’s recruitment, training and retraining activities.
“The expansion of Steel Fab into Russell County has many advantages for us,” said Harry Rutherford, Chairman, Russell County Industrial Development Authority. “More jobs for our citizens, more sales for our local businesses, increased tax base and a great moral booster, just to name a few.”
“I am very excited and pleased with the Steel Fab decision to locate in Russell County,” said Delegate Joe Johnson, a member of the Virginia Tobacco Indemnification and Community Revitalization Commission. “The 50 new jobs will help in replacing the loss of jobs in the coal mining industry. I am delighted that the Tobacco Commission was able to help convince Steel Fab to settle in Russell County.”
- Metal plant expands in Russell County
- New jobs For Russell County
- Governor McDonnell Joins Northern Virginia Technology Council for Launch of New Veterans Employment Initiative
- Governor McDonnell Announces State Rainy Day Fund to Exceed $1 Billion at Close of FY 2016
- Governor McDonnell Announces $585 Million Budget Surplus for FY 2013
- Governor McDonnell Announces $405,000 in Community Development Block Grant Urgent Needs Funding
Not exactly a great video, but it gives an idea of what Apis Mellifica is used for. Homeopathy is a very old form of medical treatment. We are not here to argue whether or not homeopathy is a valid form of medicine or not. We have used it with mixed results that lean heavily towards the positive and zero negative.
Here is the history of this one remedy.
Apis Mellifica - Homeopathy from Chuck Thompson
Please left click on the icon at the bottom right hand side of the container in order to read the book more easily. This will open the book into a full screen view.
You are free to download a copy for yourself from our SlideShare site. You will have to log into SlideShare with either a Facebook account or a LinkedIn account or just create a new free account. Our works can also be embedded into your website as well. The embedding code is on our SlideShare site.
|dose globules de 1 gramme (Photo credit: Wikipedia)|
Just right click over the image and save as to your computer. The image is larger than it appears on the site here. Botanical Moss Art Print. It is not under any copyrights so you are free to use the print any way that you wish.
A fun art video to go along with the print.
Snooter is a fun pop rock song by Josh Woodward. A good ol boy from right here in the USA. Good song for the kids and everyone else. Check it out. If you like it, download a free copy for yourself. If you look at the player above, it's that little red icon in the middle of the bottom. That is where you select your download. It's free and legal. You can also use this song for YouTube videos or background music in other projects. You will just need to give credit to the artist, Josh Woodward.
|A promo picture taken of Josh Woodward in May of 2007. (Photo credit: Wikipedia)|
|Oysters, opened, ready for consumption, raw (Photo credit: Wikipedia)|
The Anti Federalist Papers. Patrick Henry, Number 4.
AntiFederalist Papers No 4 Foreign Wars - Patrick Henry" target="_blank">AntiFederalist Papers No 4 Foreign Wars - Patrick Henry from Chuck Thompson
Liberty Education Series here at Gloucester, Virginia Links and News. Even the founding fathers had arguments about how to this nation should be governed. Each day we are posting those arguments here. We are not taking any sides as that is not our position or intention. It is our position to present the arguments and let you, the reader determine what you believe to be correct. Either way, it makes for fascinating reading and discussions.
Your comments are always welcome. The above document is available for free download. Just sign in to our SlideShare site with either your LinkedIn account, Facebook account or create a free account. To view the document in full screen mode, just left click the icon at the bottom right hand side of the container.
You can also embed any of our SlideShare documents on any site. Embedding codes are available from our SlideShare site.
|English: CSS Patrick Henry (Photo credit: Wikipedia)|
- Anti Federalist Papers Number 3 - A Farmer
- Federalist Papers Nu. 4 Concerning Dangers From Foreign Force and Influence
- The Anti Federalist Papers Number 2 - Building A New Nation
- Federalist Papers Number 3, John Jay, Dangers From Foreign Force and Influence
- Concerning Dangers from Foreign Force and Influence - The Federalist Papers No 2
- A Federalist