WILMINGTON, MA – The Catholic Community of Wilmington and South Tewksbury’s Charities Committee is conducting a Thanksgiving Food Drive to help families in need within the St. Thomas and St. Dorothy’s parishes.Donations can be left inside the entrances of both St. Thomas and St. Dorothy’s on Saturday, November 10 and Sunday, November 11.Requested, non-perishable food items include:GravyInstant PotatoCranberry SauceStuffingRiceCanned Veggies (corn, green beans, yams, peas, carrots)Chicken & Turkey Stock BrothBread & Roll MixCanned Fruit & ApplesauceCoffee, Tea & Hot CocoaPancake Max & SyrupCake Mix & FrostingPie Crust Mix & Pie FillingBrownie MixNuts/ChocolatesChip/Dip/SalsaGrocery Store Gift Cards (in any denomination)If you are interested in donating a complete Dinner Basket for a family, the estimated cost is approximately $50. Monetary donations or gift cards can be brought to the Parish Office, marked “Thanksgiving,” or placed in the offertory collection.If you would like to have your donation picked up or have questions, please contact Rose Jackson at email@example.com or 978-658-9915.Like Wilmington Apple on Facebook. Follow Wilmington Apple on Twitter. Follow Wilmington Apple on Instagram. Subscribe to Wilmington Apple’s daily email newsletter HERE. Got a comment, question, photo, press release, or news tip? Email firstname.lastname@example.org.Share this:TwitterFacebookLike this:Like Loading… RelatedWILMINGTON GIVES: St. Thomas & St. Dorothy’s Holding Thanksgiving Food Drive This WeekendIn “Community”St. Thomas & St. Dorothy’s Holding Thanksgiving Food Drive On November 11-12In “Community”St. Thomas & St. Dorothy’s Holding Thanksgiving Food Drive This WeekendIn “Community”
The University of Louisville’s Danielle Watson was named ACC Co-Pitcher of the Week for the period ending April 7. This marks the sophomore’s first conference weekly honor.Watson posted a 0.00 ERA on the week surrendering only one unearned run and two hits for a .053 opp. batting average and striking out 13 in 12.0 innings of work.The Osceola, Ind., native posted a complete game one-hit shutout and struck out seven in Louisville’s 2-0 upset of No. 3/3 Florida State which entered the weekend ranked second in the nation in batting average and third in home runs. In that game, she retired 10 Seminole batters at one point and 16 of the last 18 to end the game and halt the Seminoles’ 10-game win streak. Watson also pitched 6.1 innings in a 10-9 win against Florida State on Monday.In Louisville’s midweek 7-2 win at Western Kentucky, Watson struck out three as she retired all six batters she faced in the final two innings. She also connected on her first career home run in that game.Watson now leads the team with 112 strikeouts in 106.2 innings and a .213 opponent batting average.The Cardinals (25-14, 6-6 ACC) will travel to Boston College for a three-game ACC series this weekend. Print Friendly Version Story Links
For the first time global smart TV shipments exceeded 100 million units in 2015, according to new stats by IHS.The research firm said that in the fourth quarter alone 34.2 million smart TVs were shipped, accounting for 48.5% of all TVs sent out.IHS predicts that smart TV shipments will continue to grow at a “more gradual rate” in the coming years, reaching 109 million units in 2016 and 134 million units in 2020.“Consumers increasingly regard smart functions as essential. The market dynamic has shifted from seeding the market to self-sustaining demand for built-in internet streaming functions,” said IHS Technology principal analyst, Paul Gray.Last year more than 75% of televisions in China were shipped with smart functionality, while the popularity of the feature in North America surged from 36% to 48%, according to IHS.