The Pymmes Brook Trail is located in the London Boroughs of Barnet and Haringey and is just under 13 miles long. The brook is named after a local landowner; the trail goes from Hadley Green to Tottenham Hale, where the trail connects with the Lea Valley Walk. Most of the first half of the trail, as far as Arnos Park, runs beside Pymmes Brook, but after that the brook is only encountered intermittently as much of the brook passes through private land, not open to the public. In its lower reaches sections of the brook have been culverted to alleviate the risk of flooding; the trail starts on Hadley Green, where the headwaters of Pymmes Brook rise, with a link from High Barnet tube station. Together with the London Loop, it drops through Monken Hadley Common to Jack's Lake, to meet another link from Cockfosters tube station. Pymmes Brook proper starts here; the trail detours through Victoria Recreation Ground, where Pymmes Brook is joined with Shirebourne brook follows a short street section to rejoin the brook at East Barnet Village.
It runs beside the brook through Oak Hill Park and Brunswick Park to the halfway point in Arnos Park, with a link to Arnos Grove tube station. It is where Pymmes Brook is joined by Bounds Green Brook; the trail leaves the brook to pass through Broomfield Park and Palmers Green. It crosses over the New River at Oakthorpe Road the North Circular Road, to divert through two new public open spaces - Bowes Meadow and Tile Kiln Lane Open Space - where Pymmes Brook can be followed again; the trail recrosses the North Circular Road onto Silver Street, where the path enters the gardens of Millfield House. From here the trail leads to Pymmes Park and another brookside section to Fore Street, where the brook flows underground to merge with Salmons Brook to the south of Angel Road; as of 2018, the trail must temporarily follow public throughfares for a short distance, but will take a new route when access to the brook is opened up in the Meridian Water development. The trail passes through Tottenham Marshes, beside Pymmes Brook and past Stonebridge Lock on the Lee Navigation, to reach the point where the brook joins the River Lea.
The trail connects with the Lea Valley Walk at Tottenham Lock, with a link to Tottenham Hale station. Pymmes Brook Trail Pymmes Brook Trail official guide Pymmes Brook Trail on the LDWA website
Albert Wenzel "Red" Brosch was an American professional golfer. Brosch was born in Farmingdale, New York, on November 8, 1911, to Henry J. Brosch and his wife Catherine. In June 1936, he married Ellen Fredericka Blixt. Brosch worked as a club pro but played on the PGA Tour, making 125 cuts between 1933 and 1962, he was the first player to shoot a round of 60 on the Tour, in the third round of the 1951 Texas Open. He went on to finish fourth, shooting a final-round 70, three strokes out of the Dutch Harrison-Doug Ford playoff. Three weeks Brosch turned in his top PGA Tour performance, a runner-up finish at the St. Petersburg Open, he fell by six strokes to winner Jim Ferrier. As a club pro, he worked in the New York City area, including Bethpage, Cherry Valley Club, Sands Point Golf Club, he won the Long Island Open 10 times, the Long Island PGA nine times, the Metropolitan PGA six times. He was served in World War II, attaining the rank of corporal. Brosch died on December 10, 1975, was interred in Long Island National Cemetery.
Brosch was honored in 1975 as the PGA Metropolitan Section’s second Sam Snead Award recipient for his contributions to golf, the PGA and the Metropolitan Section. This list mat be incomplete 1938 Metropolitan PGA 1939 Long Island PGA Championship, Long Island Open 1940 Long Island PGA Championship 1941 Metropolitan PGA 1942 Long Island PGA Championship 1946 Long Island Open 1947 Metropolitan PGA, Long Island PGA Championship, Long Island Open 1948 Long Island Open 1949 Long Island PGA Championship, Long Island Open 1950 Metropolitan PGA, Long Island PGA Championship, Long Island Open 1951 Long Island PGA Championship, Long Island Open 1952 Metropolitan PGA 1953 Long Island Open 1956 Long Island Open 1959 Metropolitan PGA, Long Island PGA Championship, Long Island Open 1960 Long Island PGA Championship Note: Brosch never played in The Open Championship. NT = no tournament CUT = missed the half-way cut R64, R32, R16, QF, SF = round in which player lost in PGA Championship match play "T" indicates a tie for a place
Beaumont Generating Station is a hydroelectric dam built on the Saint-Maurice River, in Zec de La Croche, in upper Mauricie, Canada. This hydroelectric dam is located between La Trenche generating station and La Tuque generating station, it is the fifth dam from the head of the river, among 11. Unlike the other hydroelectric plants on the river, which took the name from the rapids or falls they drowned, the Central Beaumont was named for Robert J. Beaumont, the former president of the Shawinigan Water & Power Company. Hydro-Québec Saint-Maurice River La Tuque Mauricie Zec de La Croche Central Beaumont Dam Beaumont
Matthew K. Wynia is an American physician and bioethicist, the director of the Center for Bioethics and Humanities at the University of Colorado's Anschutz Medical Campus since 2015, he oversees an art gallery and forum there. He directed the American Medical Association's Institute on Ethics for 15 years, he previously served as an assistant professor of medicine at the University of Chicago, as the president of the American Society for Bioethics and Humanities, as the director of patient and physician engagement at the American Medical Association in Chicago. Wynia received his B. A. from the Robert D. Clark Honors College at the University of Oregon in 1986, his M. D. from Oregon Health Sciences University in 1990, his M. P. H. from the Harvard T. H. Chan School of Public Health in 1997. Wynia has researched subjects including clinical trials conducted during emergencies, as well as the frequency with which physicians lie to patients. In 1996, Wynia received the American Federation for Clinical Research's Nellie Westerman Prize for Research in Ethics.
In the fall of 2012, he received a chapter award from the American College of Physicians, of which he is a fellow. Faculty page at the University of Colorado's Anschutz Medical Campus website Matthew K. Wynia publications indexed by Google Scholar
Karima Boutaleb is an artist and entrepreneur born in the city of Champigny-sur-Marne in France. Her artistic career started in Santo Domingo, where she lived to study the culture and music of the Caribbean. Karima Boutaleb studied language and foreign civilizations at the Paris-Sorbonne University in 1998. Boutaleb served as a curator at the Centro Abreu in the Dominican Republic from 2006 to 2010. Boutaleb is the founder of ArtForo, a fair specializing in contemporary art, she is the founder of Boutaleb Publishing Group that publishes the magazines Gabangi, Boutaleb and the newspaper Saludarte. As an artist, Boutaleb has presented several exhibitions all of which have had a significant impact on the artistic community. For her, the most important part of being an artist is using art as a medium of original and unique expression. "When I go beyond what is seen, through my work, I manifest a peculiar vision of the world, real or imagined, with ideas and sensations," says Boutaleb. Boutaleb’s artistic assertion was what motivated, "La esperanza es lo todo," her major exhibition in New York City in 2012.
The successful exhibition was attended by major personalities from the political and cultural life of New York City