The project is implemented in cooperation with the association Interpretirajmo Hrvatska, which is committed to encouraging excellence and efficiency in the interpretation of Croatian natural and cultural heritage, as well as raising awareness of its importance for the development of local communities. The aim of the education is to transfer the knowledge and skills of heritage presentation and interpretation using the storytelling method accordingly Interpret Europe certificate. The training is attended by 14 heritage institutions, mostly museums from the county, while the participants in the training are professional museum staff and museum associates – licensed tourist guides who will become costumed performers in the first person for the Museum of the City of Kastela, Museum of Poljica, Museum of the City of Trogir, Museum of the Trilj area, Museum of the City of Split, Museums of Ivan Mestrovic, Archaeological Museum of Split, Croatian Maritime Museum Split, Natural History Museum and Zoo, Museum of Croatian Archaeological Monuments, Public Institution Starogradsko field, Kliška fortress, Rhythm of the game and TZ Sinja. Photo: Split-Dalmatia County Split-Dalmatia County through the Administrative Department for Tourism and Maritime Affairs and a project called Dalmatia storytelling destination began education intended for heritage institutions under the name Costumed interpretation of heritage. Bravo for this unique project in Croatia, which should be an imperative of all destinations in Croatia. Tourism are stories, let’s tell our authentic stories. The goal of the project is to revive heritage characters from the county and create a creative 365 tourist offer within museums and significant heritage sites.
AEW All Out results: Jon Moxley defeats MJFAlso Read l AEW Dynamite beats WWE NXT in ratings war despite struggling on the viewership chartsAEW All Out results: All matches/segments that happened this week Joey Janela defeats Serpentico (AEW All Out grades: C-) Private Party defeats Dark Order (AEW All Out grades: C) Big Swole defeats Dr Britt Baker in a Tooth and Nail match (AEW All Out grades: C-) The Young Bucks defeat Jurassic Express (AEW All Out grades: B) Lance Archer wins the Casino Battle Royal (AEW All Out grades: B) Matt Hardy defeats Sammy Guevara in a Broken Rules match (AEW All Out grades: D-) AEW Women’s Champion Hikaru Shida defeats Thunder Rosa to retain her title (AEW All Out grades: B) Matt Cardona, Scorpio Sky & The Natural Nightmares defeat The Dark Order (AEW All Out grades: B) FTR defeat Kenny Omega & Adam Page to become new AEW World Tag-Team Champions (AEW All Out grades: B+) Orange Cassidy defeats Chris Jericho in a Mimosa Mayhem match (AEW All Out grades: C+) AEW World Champion Jon Moxley defeats MJF to retain his title (AEW All Out grades: B+) Adil Khan COMMENT WATCH US LIVE Also Read l AEW Dynamite results & highlights: Cassidy defeats Jericho; Omega and Page retain titleImage Source: AEW YouTube SUBSCRIBE TO US LIVE TV Last Updated: 7th September, 2020 16:56 IST AEW All Out Results: Matt Hardy Defeats Sammy Guevara; Jon Moxley Retains His Title AEW All Out results: AEW World Champion Jon Moxley defeats MJF to retain his title, Matt Hardy defeats Sammy Guevara in a Broken Rules match, among others. In the recently concluded AEW All Out, AEW World Champion Jon Moxley defeated MJF to retain his title before coming face-to-face with his next opponent and Casino Battle Royal winner, Lance Archer. Matt Hardy made an appearance at the PPV where he defeated his long-time rival, Sammy Guevara, in Broken Rules match, saving his job. However, Matt Hardy suffered a concussion during the match and was rushed to the hospital afterwards. Apart from these headliners, the AEW All Out PPV featured some incredible matches like Hikaru Shida vs Thunder Rosa, FTR vs Kenny Omega & Adam Page, Orange Cassidy vs Chris Jericho, and others.Also Read l AEW Dynamite results: Jon Moxley defeats Mark Sterling; Young Bucks, Jurassic Express winAEW All Out results: Major matches/segments that happened this weekAEW All Out results: Matt Hardy vs Sammy Guevara – Broken Rules matchThe Match started after Sammy Guevara tried to run Matt Hardy over with a golf cart. Guevara tried to keep the pressure on, but Hardy fought back and the two traded blows on a scissor lift which soon started going up. Both stars then crashed through a table and Hardy’s head hit the concrete below. Matt Hardy was seen legitimately hurt as he was not able to stand and was repeatedly checked on by the referee. After the break, the match restarted and Hardy knocked Guevara off a scaffolding to win the match via count-out.AEW All Out results: Matt Hardy defeats Sammy Guevara Also Read l AEW Dynamite results: Sammy Guevara defeats Matt Hardy; Jon Moxley and MJF sign contractsAEW All Out results: AEW World Champion Jon Moxley vs MJF MJF tried to take control early, but Jon Moxley fought back by throwing the challenger all over the ring before tossing him into the guardrail. MJF then started targeting Jon Moxley’s injured left arm, but the champion fought through the pain and bit MJF’s face. Jon Moxley then tried to execute the Paradigm Shift, but MJF countered with an Earth armbar. Jon Moxley broke free, but the challenger continued the punishment by delivering the Heat Seeker which earned him a near-fall. In the climax, MJF hit Moxley with the Cross Rhodes, but the champ recovered and hit a Paradigm Shift to retain his title. After the match, No.1 contender Lance Archer made his way to the ring and started Jon Moxley to end the PPV. First Published: 7th September, 2020 16:56 IST FOLLOW US Written By
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Facebook292Tweet0Pin0 house will be held at the SafePlace Community Service Center, located at 521 Legion Way SE, Olympia on Thursday May 4, 2017 from 4:00 – 7:00 p.m. All are welcome.“My work at SafePlace has taught me something new each day about sexual and domestic violence. I am honored to have had the opportunity of working with our dedicated Board, staff and volunteers on behalf of the courageous survivors that we serve,” said Mary.Please help celebrate Mary’s thirty-five years of tireless work in support of survivors, by making a gift to the SafePlace Legacy Fund. Your gift in honor of Mary Pontarolo, will help ensure sexual and domestic violence survivor services continue in our community for many years to come. Online donations can be made here or call (360) 786-8754 ext 201.About SafePlace: SafePlace has been serving survivors of domestic and sexual violence since 1981. Programs include 24-hour help line, emergency shelter, support groups, sexual assault medical exam advocacy, legal advocacy and in-person advocacy, all of which can be provided in the survivor’s native language. Contact us at (360) 786-8754 or on the web at www.SafePlaceOlympia.org. To speak to an advocate anytime day or night, call (360) 754-6300. Submitted by SafePlaceAfter a distinguished thirty-five year career in the field of domestic and sexual violence, Mary Pontarolo, Executive Director of SafePlace for the last fifteen years, has announced her retirement, effective June 1, 2017.SafePlace’s Executive Director Mary Pontarolo has announced her retirement after 15 years at the group.Mary’s decades long commitment to serving survivors of sexual and domestic violence has impacted thousands of lives. She was one of the founding mothers of the Washington State Coalition Against Domestic Violence, where she also served as Executive Director for ten years before coming to SafePlace. Mary has been instrumental in the development of state-wide policy, curriculum and legislative initiatives protecting the rights and safety of survivors of sexual and domestic violence and their families, and led SafePlace through two successful capital campaigns to fund a new shelter and community service center. In partnership with the Seattle Mariners, Mary was key in the creation of the ‘Refuse to Abuse’ campaign, and served as Executive Director of New Beginnings in Seattle. She also served as a community educator, and conducted domestic violence perpetrator treatment groups prior to her director positions.Chief Justice Mary Fairhurst said, “Having known Mary for 22 years and worked with her on numerous projects, I can say without reservation or hesitation that Mary Pontarolo has played a monumental, instrumental leadership role in addressing and combating domestic violence. The State of Washington and Thurston County have been blessed to have had her dedicated, caring service.”Under the leadership of our Board of Directors, SafePlace is launching a nationwide search for a new Executive Director. Thanks to Mary’s leadership, a strong management team with a combined total of 80 years of working at SafePlace is in place to ensure continuity and maintain the integrity of SafePlace as a community-based social justice service provider. A farewell open