About Us

About Us

ROLLE: You’re right. It was an absolutely hard decision, very, very difficult. I had been playing football since I was 6. And I chose Florida State University because I wanted to get to the NFL. That school had a pedigree of putting players into the National Football League, and I had two cousins who played in the NFL. And my daddy started the Commonwealth American Football League back home in the Bahamas, so, you know, it was all roads were leading towards playing professional football.

One of those situations when you talk to Nelson today, you say it unfortunate because he a good football player, he got great instincts, good, aggressive hands, McVay said. the injuries really kept him out of chances to really compete for a roster spot and it unfortunate. We hopeful that Nelson will get a spot and get a chance to compete somewhere else. We wish him nothing but the best. NFL deadline, they aren necessarily done tinkering with it.

Kaepernick is actually an opportunity for us NFL. All it takes is one team to say publicly: We may disagree with his tactics, but he’s committed no crime and we will judge him on talent alone. The NFL like most sports franchises loves to prove its collective patriotism with salutes to the military paid for, at times in the past, by the military. What’s more patriotic than freedom of speech?

Economists welcomed the news as evidence the recovery had finally taken hold after years of frustration for the middle class as they watched the stock market soar but their incomes barely budged. Donald Trump tapped into this anger in the 2016 presidential campaign, often saying people were no better off economically than they were in 2000.

Advocates in several states are pushing for legislation to prevent prosecutors from unilaterally charging kids as adults without judicial oversight or defense representation (“direct file”). And grassroots activists, public defenders, and juvenile experts are pressuring elected officials to simply stop charging kids as adults so that they can stay in juvenile programming, where they belong. Help is needed in all cities to pressure elected officials and help push potential legislation over the edge.

Workshop is the nonprofit media and educational organization behind Sesame Street, the pioneering television show that has been reaching and teaching children since 1969. Today, Sesame Workshop is an innovative force for change, with a mission to help kids everywhere grow smarter, stronger, and kinder. We’re active in more than 150 countries, serving vulnerable children through a wide range of media, formal education, and philanthropically funded social impact programs, each grounded in rigorous research and tailored to the needs and cultures of the communities we serve.

Nita Bernier-Cirioni, is the owner of a booming pet sitting and dog walking business in Tallahssee, FL called Walk the Tail program fundraised for here, was born.

Nita is friends with all her clients, and the pets are naturally drawn to her. Nita’s family members have a natural affinity with pets. They are fortunate to work together and enjoy interacting with the client’s whole family.

The most rewarding thing about what we do is knowing our visit provided rest and relaxation for our clients and a non-stressful event for our furry charges.

Nita was born in Long Island, NY, and obtained a Psychology and Leisure-Services degrees from Florida State University in 1982. She has a Master’s Degree in Parks and Recreation and College Union Administration from Western Illinois University. Previously, Nita taught Commercial and Resort Recreation at FSU and worked for various hotels and cruise ships as a guide.

Our team members: Nita, George, Parker and Dalilah. Both children are interested in veterinary science. We are so fortunate to have daily, hands-on experience with our llamas, alpacas, sheep, miniature horses, bunnies, dogs and more. What an education!