Virtual Egg Hunt Hosted By Freedom Church Los Alamos

first_imgFREEDOM CHURCH News:With Easter coming up and egg hunts being cancelled let’s hunt eggs a different way. Freedom Church in Los Alamos is hosting “The Great Los Alamos Egg Hunt”, quarantine-style where kids and their families will decorate and display an egg of their own. Eggs must be a minimum of 1 foot tall by 8 inches wide and can be colored, painted, made with paper, etc. Families will then hop into their cars to see how many eggs  they can find.Egg designs can be displayed starting immediately.The actual hunt begins at Noon on Wednesday, April 8 and end at 9 p.m., Saturday, April 11. Families will share pictures of the eggs they’ve found with #EGGHUNTLOSALAMOS on Facebook.The family that finds the most eggs will win a family movie night bundle & a $100 Amazon gift card.The family that has the most unique Easter egg design will win “The Mysterious Golden Egg”.Other prizes may be added throughout the week.Please share your egg designs with #EGGHUNTLOSALAMOS to show off your amazing eggs.Good luck and happy hunting from Freedom Church!Full details can be found in “The Great Los Alamos Virtual Egg Hunt” Facebook Event: Easter at Freedom Church can be found at: read more

Another container alliance formed

first_imgDubbed Ocean Alliance, the parties say that the “milestone agreement” will offer fast transit times, competitive sailing frequencies and the “most extensive port coverage in the market”.”This new partnership will allow each of its members to bring significantly improved services to its respective customers,” said the lines in a joint statement.”Shippers will have an attractive selection of frequent departures and direct calls to meet their supply chain needs, including access to a vast network with the largest number of sailings and port rotations connecting markets in Asia, Europe and the United States.”The carriers added: “The alliance will also bring service reliability and the most efficient integration of the latest vessels in a fleet of over 350 containerships. Initially the deployment will cover more than 40 services globally mostly connected with Asia, including about 20 services each in the USA and Europe related trades.”Subject to regulatory approvals of competent authorities, the Ocean Alliance plans to begin operations in April 2017. The initial period of the alliance shall be five years.www.cmacgm.comwww.coscon.comwww.evergreen-line.comwww.oocl.comlast_img read more