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What’s a Precision Tune Up? Like getting your car a tune-up, your heating and cooling system should be inspected, cleaned, and calibrated to make sure it runs at peak efficiency. During a tune-up, your HVAC technician will inspect your system, clean your components, and make recommendations to ;either save you money or prevent untimely breakdowns. A clean system is a healthy system and will perform better to keep you more comfortable.

and cooling system isn’t working at peak efficiency, it

Utilizing a comprehensive 41 check list, MSCO technicians make sure all aspects of your home heating and cooling system are operating properly. This is sample of some of the tasks performed:

Proper Operation – Regular HVAC tune-ups ensure that your system is running efficiently. They help prevent problems that cause your system to break down when you need it the most. It does this by finding problems before they become big enough to affect the longevity and effectiveness of your system’s operation. A system that is well-maintained can last years longer compared to one that is ignored and becomes dirty and neglected.

• Inspect filters • Inspect visible ductwork yearly • Clear drain lines and check fittings • Clean evaporator coil and pan • Inspect all electrical connections • Tighten loose components or connections • Test auxiliary heat operation • Test operation of air handler • Take operational readings • Clean outdoor coil • Test and record system readings • Test defrost operation • Clean and wax outdoor unit • Reset thermostat to desired setting

Why do I need one?

must work harder to perform its normal operation. This increases in your energy bills and puts unnecessary pressure on your HVAC system. The cost of a yearly tune-up compared to breakdowns, higher utility bills and replacing worn out equipment early more than justifies the savings.

Safety - Your home heating and cooling system using many technical components as well as electricity, natural gas, and other aspects that can lead to potential safety hazards if not maintained properly. When drains get clogged or backed up, they can cause the condensation to pool and overflow leading to water damage to ceilings or floors. To schedule a service repair, get a replacement quote, or sign up for our “back to school” Precision Tune-up special, please contact MSCO at 757-427-0016 or through our website at

Protect your investment - Regular tune-ups save money in the long run. If your heating

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Welcome to the November “Thanksgiving” edition of Village News Magazine. Let us be the first to wish you and your family the love and warmth of the season. November 3rd, we say goodbye once again to Daylight Saving Time. Setting the time back by one hour doesn’t seem like much but it gets dark earlier and the loss of one hour’s sleep makes a lot of people cranky. Tuesday the 5th is Election Day. This is the time we go to the pools and hope for the best. November 11th is VETERANS’ DAY to honor and give thanks to all the men and women who have served and are serving in the US Armed Forces. If you see someone in uniform, thank them for their service. The 21st is the Great American Smokeout. The Great American Smokeout is an informal holiday aimed at encouraging citizens to quit or plan to quit smoking. My wife and I stopped the same day 18 years ago. So glad we did. The 28th of November is Thanksgiving. Thanksgiving Day is a celebration of giving thanks for the harvest and blessings of the past year. It is a day of giving thanks to God for his many blessings and expressing our gratitude to friends and family members. It is celebrated in the United States. Thanksgiving Day dates back to the Reformation Period and is accompanied by prayers, special ceremonies, and feasts. At whatever you do this month, we wish you joy and peace and hope you enjoy this month’s read of Village News Magazine.

Golf Tips Golf Tips 5 Golf Tips

Education Education 4 7 15 22 22

Fashion Trends - Spring 2020 PERFECTLY Smoked Turkey Computer Mandate All Female Delta Flight Crew Your November Horoscope

FEATURE FEATURE 8 Harris Teeter Pharmacy Shows Love 24 MSCO - HVAC Tips

Neighborhood Neighborhood News News 11 Natural Virginia Beach Flying Squirrel

Culture Culture 9 Gourmet SELECTS: Chicken Breast with Greek Lemon Cake 7 COCKTAILS On The House: Apple Cranberry Moscow Mule

Humor 8 Golf Humor


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Punk Spirit Enter a silhouette that states loud and clear that its wearer is rebellious and inspired, carving her path with studs, boxy, androgynous designs and all of the style-tricks of punk, grunge and bondage, for a cool, detached style revival that defies tired convention.

Houndstooth Dominating silhouettes from head-totoe, the high-contrast houndstooth motif saw a fusing of retro spirit with a distinctly androgynous allure.

Climate Change Prominent on the runways were designs that took comfort-wear to new extremes, in direct response to our climate reaching crisis-point, with voluminous quilted jackets and strange hybrid creations, born out of our current radioactive dystopia.

Preppy A direct descendant of the sporty look (teddy, cargopants, sailing shoes), preppy style (with the assumed ties, skirt-cum-culottes, tweed and moccasins) was back in force, played on by designers from New York to Milan.


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Golf is really just a handful of shots: the drive, the approach, a test from the rough or sand, and a putt or two. For most guys, one of those shots typically goes awry on each hole—and there goes your chance at par. But it turns out that there are easy hacks that can correct the most common mis steps of even the biggest weekend hackers. We reached out to two of the best golf coaches in the country and asked them to reveal the single best tip for every golf shot you’ll face on your next 18. Follow their advice and prepare for the round of your life. Find the Fairway If “slice” is your middle name, here’s your fix: When you step up to tee off, line up your feet then slide your rear foot back 3-5 inches. “This buys you more turn in your back swing, and allows the club to come inside in the downswing, creating a draw instead of your usual slice,” says Mike Adams, owner of Mike Adams Golf, in Hobe Sound, Florida. Shoot to the Green Hey, hero, you may not be as strong as you think you are. “Most guys simply need more club when they hit an iron from the fairway,” says Bender. Besides overestimating your strength, “you’re also probably not hitting the ball square every single shot, reducing the impact, which is why most guys usually undershoot the green.” So estimate what iron you need, then grab the iron one number lower. And when you line up to hit the ball, move your head a couple inches forward of the ball.


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Then comes the Orbital Flight Test launch targeted for Dec. 17 from Cape Canaveral Air Force Station on board an Atlas V rocket from Space Launch Complex 41. “NASA and its commercial partners remain committed to flying astronauts as quickly as we can without compromising crew safety, and we always will give safety precedence over schedule,� reads the NASA press release.

NASA is getting closer to ending its reliance on its astronauts hitching rides to space from Russia as the Boeing Starliner has a new target date for its first uncrewed mission to the International Space Station. Boeing CST-100 Starliner along with SpaceX Crew Dragon are the two vehicles NASA is working with to ferry astronauts to the ISS from the U.S. for the first time since the Space Shuttle Program ended in 2011. Since then, astronauts have had to fly aboard Soyuz capsules launching from Kazakhstan. While SpaceX already completed its uncrewed mission to the ISS this past March, post-flight issues including an explosion at Kennedy Space Center during testing have delayed the big step of taking actual astronauts on board to the space station. Boeing has also faced delays, but now it has target dates the company has agreed to with NASA for both a pad abort test and the flight to the ISS. First, the pad abort test will be held at White Sands Missile Range in New Mexico will come by Nov. 4, according to a NASA press release.


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SpaceX has as its next goal for Crew Dragon an in-flight abort test, which Elon Musk said would take place in either late November or early December as all of the pieces for that launch are already on site in Cape Canaveral for a launch from Kennedy Space Center. Crew Dragon launches atop SpaceX Falcon 9 rockets. After that test, SpaceX could target 2020 for its first crewed mission to the ISS.

Apple Cranberry Moscow Mule

Ingredients ice 4 ounces vodka ¼ cup cranberry juice ½ cup sparkling apple juice 2 ginger beers fresh cranberries for garnish Instructions Fill two large glasses with ice. Add the Vodka and cranberry juice. Add the sparkling apple juice and then fill the rest of the way with the ginger beer. Stir gently to combine and serve immediately.

The PERFECTLY Smoked Turkey

By Peter Cousin - Editor

Over the years I watched in amazement, QVC demonstrating a full-sized smoker for $199 plus shipping. I oohed and aahed at what they were making and how good it looked. Then one day (at least a year after I first saw it on TV), I bought one. I’ve tried smoking lots of beef and pork and did I mention I’m known throughout my friends and family as beef jerky maker of all times? As quick as I make it, it’s gone. And that’s after marinating overnight usking my own concoction then smoking on low for 16 hours. Whew. Lots of work but worth the effort. I’ll detail the recipe another time in Village News. Back to smoking a turkey. This is a picture of the finished product from last year. Golden brown and as I cut into it in the kitchen, I was surrounded by family and friends wanting a piece of the skin. Here’s what to do. I buy a 16 lb. frozen turkey to fit the smoker (it says I can use up to 19 lb.). I let it thaw in the refrigerator for 5 full days in a tin pan. At the end of the 5 days, I unwrap in the sink and remove the insides and toss out. I then inject the bird all throughout with Tony Chacher’s Injectable Creole Style marinade. You can find it at Harris Teeter in the meat section. The bottle comes with a reusable injector. You will only need one bottle. I then salt and pepper the bird inside and out and carefully using your finger tips separate the skin from the bird enough to smear real butter everywhere you can get to. I then put the bird in the refrigerator for 24 hours. In the morning I take it out and let it come to room temperature. I turn on the smoker to 225 degrees and let it come up temp (takes about half an hour). In the pan that fits inside the smoker I put half water and half apple juice to keep the bird moist. I wet hickory chips in a container for use throughout the cooking process. I cooked the 16 lbs turkey for 6 hours. During that time, I put a handful of wood chips in every hour stopping after the 5th hour. Total cook time is 6 hours. A 19 lb. will take 7 hours. Here’s the most important tip I can give you after smoking a turkey 4 years running: DO NOT OPEN. If you open the smoker box even once to check on it, you let out the smoke and it will not recover enough to give you that beautiful color. Let me know how it works out for you if you decide to smoke it this year. 7V

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Once again Harris Teeter Pharmacy shows the love to West Neck Seniors The good folks at Harris Teeter Pharmacy (Shade Honeycutt - Pharmacy Manager & Georgia the Pharmacy Technician) came to the rescue of the resident seniors that live in the Villages at West Neck in Virginia Beach. For so many years, their kindness has been shared with us at no charge and at great convenience for us, to provide the flu shots in one of the card rooms inside Village Hall a facility owned by the residents. With her usual bright smile on hand, Georgia instructed residents in the process of filling out the proper paperwork then handing them off to

Shade for a quick shot of preventative flu vaccine. Shade (shown in the picture providing the injection) had his usual smile, quick wit and bandaid at the ready at the conclusion of the procedure. On behalf of the residents in West Neck who took part in the two days of providing this service, (one in September and one in October) we thank you for being an outstanding provider of professional care. It’s nice to have such great neighbors at Harris Teeter.

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Dinner & Dessert Good Enough to EAT!

1 teaspoon dried thyme ½ teaspoon dried rosemary, crushed ¼ teaspoon ground sage ¼ teaspoon dried marjoram ½ teaspoon salt ½ teaspoon ground black pepper ⅛ teaspoon hot pepper sauce 4 bone-in chicken breast halves, with skin 1 ½ tablespoons chopped fresh parsley Step 1 Preheat oven to 425 degrees F (220 degrees C). Step 2 In a bowl, prepare the basting sauce by combining olive oil, onion, garlic, thyme, rosemary, sage, marjoram, salt, pepper, and hot pepper sauce. Step 3 Turn chicken breasts in sauce to coat thoroughly. Place skin side up in a shallow baking dish. Cover. Step 4 Roast at 425 degrees F (220 degrees C), basting occasionally with pan drippings, for about 35 to 45 minutes. Remove to warm platter, spoon pan juices over, and sprinkle with fresh parsley.

Remember you eat with your eyes first You should enjoy the food you eat.

Here, Village News Shows you how.

3 cups cake flour 1 teaspoon baking soda 1/4 teaspoon salt 6 eggs, separated 2 cups white sugar, divided 1 cup butter, softened 2 teaspoons grated lemon zest 2 tablespoons lemon juice 1 cup plain whole-milk yogurt Preheat oven to 350 degrees F (175 degrees C). Grease one 10-inch tube pan. Sift the flour, baking soda, and salt together. Set mixture aside. In a large bowl, beat the egg whites until soft peaks form. Gradually add 1/2 cup of the sugar, beating until stiff glossy peaks form. Set aside. Beat butter and remaining 1 1/2 cups sugar in a large bowl with an electric mixer until fluffy, 3 to 5 minutes. The mixture should be noticeably lighter in color. Blend in egg yolks, lemon zest, and lemon juice. Add flour mixture alternately with the yogurt, mixing until combined. Gently fold in the egg whites and pour the batter into the prepared pan. Bake in preheated oven until a tester inserted in the center comes out clean, 50 to 60 minutes. Let cake cool in pan for 10 minutes, then turn out onto a rack to finish cooling. Serves 12.


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By Pam Monahan

Southern Flying Squirrel For several years, a small group of volunteers in the Backyard Bird Watchers and Nature Lovers of West Neck have been monitoring several Bluebird boxes that we had installed on the Signature Golf Course. I am one of them. We have had Bluebirds, Chickadees, House Wrens, and Tree Swallows nest successfully in these boxes. This year, we were excited to discover at the end of the summer, that two of them had Southern Flying Squirrels making a home in them. Southern Flying Squirrels are common rodents in many parts of the country, but because they are nocturnal (active mainly at night), few people ever see them. I had never seen them in the wild until this experience! Southern Flying Squirrels are native in Virginia. They are very, very cute! Only 8-10 inches long from nose to tail, they might more appropriately be called “gliding squirrels” because they aren’t capable of true powered flight like a bird is. Flying squirrels glide. They have a special membrane between their front and back legs that allows them to glide through the air between trees. When a flying squirrel wants to travel to another tree without touching the ground, it launches itself from a high branch and spreads out its limbs so the gliding membrane is exposed. It uses slight movements of the legs to steer, and the tail acts as a brake upon reaching its

destination. Flying squirrels can cover more than 150 feet in a single glide. When I went to check on these boxes, I carefully opened the side of the first one and cautiously peeked in. Two huge, beautiful brown eyes gazed back at me. Then the squirrel, I am guessing the female, jumped out of the entrance hole and scurried across the ground to the nearest tree, climbed up, and disappeared around the other side. I turned on my cell phone flashlight and looked back inside the box, observing at least one baby squirrel. I closed the box. I walked over to the tree the adult squirrel had climbed and looked up, seeing nothing. I walked to the other side and there, seemingly frozen in place, was the adult flying squirrel. She was almost perfectly camouflaged and if I had not seen her relocate there I may have missed her. Southern flying squirrels have thick, soft, glossy grayish to olive brown fur with white underbellies, and I am certain it helps protect them from many predators. Their known predators include hawks, owls, domestic cats, snakes, raccoons, and foxes. These squirrels mainly feed on nuts and acorns, especially those from hickory trees. They also eat berries, seeds, flowers, mushrooms, insects, bird eggs and dead mice. Each autumn, they may store up to 15,000 nuts to eat during winter, which they store underground or in tree cavities and crevices. We actually found where they were storing food in several of our Bluebird boxes last year! We are so happy that they decided to make West Neck their home!


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Regardless of where you live, there’s water in the ground. In the Hampton Roads area we are surrounded by water above ground, from lakes, rivers and ocean. Typically, ground water settles at a certain level in the ground below and this level is known as the “water table.” This is a pretty consistent measurement that is determined by types of soil in the area, elevation, proximity to large bodies of water and other topographical features. In the event, however, of a major snowmelt or prolonged heavy rains, the water table can rise and, when it does, crawl space or basement water problems often occur. Moisture creeps into the home and your foundation is impacted by the hydrostatic pressure that creates. How Changes in Ground Water Cause Crawl Space or Basement Flooding It is helpful to understand more about the water table and what affects it. In the Hampton Roads area, for example, there are several key factors that determine the level of ground water. A very significant one is the region’s proximity to several types of bodies of water. Being near a large body of water causes the water table to be higher than elsewhere because of the water’s tendency to be absorbed inland and for ground water to seek the same level as the various bodies of water around it. Also, the soil in this region has quite a bit of clay in it (unless you are on coast line where you have sandy soils). This clay soil is less absorbent than sandy soils and a substantial layer of clay can serve as sort of a sealant that holds water in, leading to drainage issues. So, what does this mean to your crawl space or basement? When the water table rises, it rises everywhere across the affected region and that means that it also rises underneath your foundation. This creates a drastic increase in hydrostatic pressure against the foundation and that forces water into the crawls space or basement through even the most minuscule of openings, or through the uncovered soil at the bottom of your crawl space. Also, as it penetrates your foundation it compromises its integrity. Worse yet in the winter months when that water freezes, it expands creating further foundation damage.

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In a basement situation, preventing water seepage due to hydrostatic pressure is as simple as

installing SDS drainage system on the interior or EZ Flow system on exterior of the foundation walls. These systems alleviate hydrostatic pressure and carry the water off to a sump pump for discharge from the foundation. They also prevent water from entering the foundation by catching it on the outside of the walls and carrying it away from them home before they can cause damage. In a crawl space situation, preventing water seepage into the under carriage of the home is as simple as installing full encapsulation material under the home to prevent water from raising up from under the ground, with sump pumps to capture any moisture that creeps in or remains and carrying it away from the home. This is just two solutions to the problem, there are other drainage solutions that can put in place to alleviate hydrostatic pressure affecting your home. At, we understand how elevations in the water table can cause damage to your home and we have installed literally miles of SDS/EZ Flow systems, vapor barrier, and thousands of sump pumps to prevent such damage. This and other services have kept homes dry and healthy for thousands of satisfied customers for over 30 years, so why not ask for our free advice when you know we are approaching rainy and cold weather season?

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November 2019

4 steps to help you plan for wildfires Wildfires and other disasters can be challenging because you rarely get enough warning to develop a plan to protect your family and minimize property damage, much less execute that plan. Thinking ahead can make all the difference - increasing your family's personal protection and minimizing property damage and financial impact. Four steps that can help: * Prepare your family, whether you are at home or traveling: * Establish a family communication and evacuation plan that includes a remote meeting place in case you're separated. * Stock an emergency kit with essentials and must-haves. * Sign up your primary phone for Reverse 911 notifications so you can receive up-to-the-minute catastrophe bulletins and instructions. Contact your local police or fire department to inquire whether the service is available in your area. * Review your insurance policies annually (or more frequently when major life changes occur) to

ensure you have the right type and amount of coverage. * Establish an emergency fund. Try for three to six months of living expenses, if possible. * Store important documents on a secure Internet site or in a safe-deposit box that requires an ID and key. * Ready your home: * Create a fire-free zone by trimming branches near the structure. Also clear leaves, debris and dead trees, and keep your grass mowed. * Properly store flammable materials and fuels. * Access community help: * Join or form a Firewise Community Program in your neighborhood. * Get involved in community wildfire mitigation projects. For more information on preparing for wildfires, visit

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The Computer Mandate Dear Village News Readers, Well we’ve finally made it to November. A month for celebration and FOOD. Oh that magnificent food for the holidays. It’s also a month when many of you will have visitors to your home and with little to nothing to do, they will most likely enjoy a spin on your computer. Unfortunately this can come with significant risk. Unless you plan to sit and watch them “surf” the net, you don’t know where they may be searching or visiting. You know that Uncle Bob likes ocean visits. Cousin Nate likes NASCAR so he’ll most likely go there. But your brother Jim likes to surf porn sites. Something his wife would not allow in their own home. So what’s the problem? Simple, it’s not their computer so they have no worries about pulling down a virus or two by visiting a site that you would never consider going to.

major problem that you probably won’t know how to fix. That’s ok. Once the holiday is over and your visitors have gone back to their own homes, call me. I will come clean up the mess they left behind. Remember that if you do not fix the problem(s), it could turn into much more. So give us a call and we will setup a meeting time to come over and make it right with the world once again. We’re here for you. Don’t ignore the problem. They will only become larger.

David always say: We're always available to Village News readers for a quick analysis of your equipment. Just give us a call at 497-1620. Remember our motto: David “Can-Do!”

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From all of us at Village News Magazine We wish you a warm, wonderful Thanksgiving!


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Ways to celebrate everyday occasions If you look at most people's calendars, the days that stand out are the big ones - national holidays, anniversaries, graduations - in other words, those occasions that almost require special parties, rituals or ceremonies. But the truth is, it's the everyday moments that people remember, and that are worth cherishing. Why wait for a "big" reason to celebrate the everyday act of living? Here are just a few ways you and your friends or family can elevate the small but special events that truly make life wonderful. Making a new friend You recently met someone you think could become a great friend. It gets harder to make new friends as adults, so why not nurture your new relationship in a memorable way? Invite him or her over for a casual lunch. Without too much effort, you could put together a simple, elegant veggie salad topped with goat cheese and dressed with a mild vinaigrette. If you love to cook, keep it light with fresh fish and herbs to go with your salad. Pair your lunch with bright, crisp Flat Top Hills Sauvignon Blanc to make the day even more enjoyable. Nailing that presentation You or your partner just pulled off an amazing presentation for a meeting at work after stressing about it for days, so why not celebrate all that hard work with a special dinner together? Enjoy your favorite cheeseburgers, pork chops, juicy steak or filet mignon - tonight is a good night to enjoy a favorite meal as your reward. Make the occasion extra special by opening up a bottle of full-bodied Flat Top Hills Cabernet Sauvignon. The smooth, rich wine, with hints of dark fruit and warm spice, will really complement a flavorful hearty dinner.

special, even if it is just a Wednesday. Girls' lunch How long has it been since you last invited your best pals over for a visit, just because you felt like it? Why not throw together a quick lunch party on the weekend for a couple of your favorite friends? Serve take-out on your most beautiful dishes spending time together is the most important part, so don't stress about the food! Complement the meal - and the conversation - with elegant, fruitforward Flat Top Hills Chardonnay. You're bound to remember this event for a long time to come. Maybe it will even turn into a regular tradition. A quiet night in When the opportunity presents itself for a quiet evening in with your partner, take advantage of it. These are the moments worth cherishing. Celebrate by sharing a simple risotto or just put together an easy fruit and cheese plate and enjoy with the supple Flat Top Hills 2018 RosĂŠ to mark the occasion together. It may just remind you to plan these more often. Find ways to commemorate - and treasure - the simple, ordinary days that mean the world to you. To help celebrate the everyday, Flat Top Hills is offering a Friday Night Experience Sweepstakes for 20 grand-prize winners to receive a $100 gift card of their choice for a movie or TV streaming subscription, meal preparation delivery service, golf outing or more. Enter at

Mid-week birthday While you wait for the blow-out birthday plans scheduled for the weekend, don't just let the big day pass by without any festivities at all. Too busy to bake? Pick up a dark chocolate cake - or at least some cupcakes - at your local grocery store or bakery. Bring out a bottle of Flat Top Hills Red Blend to make the day seem even more festive. The mouth-watering flavors of dark fruit and bright raspberry will complement the dark chocolate dessert beautifully, making the birthday feel really 21

November 2019

Courtsey of The Virginian Pilot

Delta flies from Salt Lake City to Houston every day, but one recent trip was a little different, packed with girls getting a behind-the-scenes lesson about aviation. Delta celebrated International Girls in Aviation Day by carrying 120 girls from Salt Lake City to Houston for a tour of NASA.

Delta says that 5% of its pilots are women and that 7.4% hired over the last four years are women. Girls in Aviation Day was a worldwide effort, and organizers say that more than 20,000 people participated in the United States, Canada and Australia, as well as in countries in Africa, Asia and Europe.

The airline took 120 girls between 12 to 18 to NASA’s Johnson Space Center last week for International Girls in Aviation Day. The event was designed to encourage more women to enter the male-dominated field, Delta said in a statement. The girls, who came from area STEM schools (Science, Technology, Engineering and Math), got to see women run all aspects of their flight, Delta said. The plane had an all-female pilot and flight crew, ramp agents and gate agents on the ground, and women in the control tower giving pilots instructions. The students toured NASA’s Mission Control and ate lunch with astronaut and aerospace engineer Jeanette Epps. “We know representation matters. At Delta, we believe you have to see it to be it,” said Beth Poole, general manager of pilot development, who started the program in 2015. “We’re taking ownership to improve gender diversity by exposing girls at a young age and providing a pipeline so that 10 years from now, they will be the pilots in the Delta cockpit inspiring generations of women who follow.”

November 2019 will be a stabilisation month for Scorpion , in which many conflicts and problems will last for weeks. Thanks to Mercury's influence, you will be able to regain inner peace and get rid of many issues, which will have a positive impact on your health. The Scorpion success in November depends on the speed of their reaction to emerging opportunities. 22

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Profile for Peter Cousin

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Welcome to the November "Thanksgiving" edition of Village News Magazine. We hope you enjoy this month's read!

Village News Magazine November 2019  

Welcome to the November "Thanksgiving" edition of Village News Magazine. We hope you enjoy this month's read!