5. Under Brigham Young’s direction, Louisa Lula Greene started the Woman’s Exponent magazine, one of the first newspapers in the country written and published by women. Although it was never an official LDS Church publication, it was the voice of the Relief Society for 50 years with the masthead bearing the subtitle “Organ of the Relief Society.” Wells succeeded Greene and edited the newspaper for 39 years.
Keith Dolo has been appointed as Chief Executive Officer of Sproutly Canada, together with Craig Loverock (Chief Financial Officer) and Karin Studer (Chief Operating Officer). The information regarding Sproutly Canada and the Arrangement in this press release is qualified in its entirety by reference to the more detailed disclosure included in the listing statement.Stock Option GrantUpon closing of the Arrangement, Sproutly Canada granted an aggregate of 3,100,000 stock options (the “Options”) to purchase Sproutly Shares to certain incoming directors, officers, employees and consultants of the Company in accordance with the Company’s stock option plan. The Options will vest in equal installments every six (6) months, commencing six (6) months from the issue date and will be exercisable into Sproutly Shares until July 6, 2028.There are currently a total of 123,060,267 Sproutly Shares issued and outstanding and options and warrants exercisable to purchase up to an additional 25,114,626 Sproutly Shares, in aggregate.Finder’s FeeIn connection with assisting Stone Ridge in the identification, negotiation and implementation of a transaction that would result in a reverse takeover transaction of Stone Ridge, 3,853,687 Sproutly Shares (the “Finder Shares”) were issued to an arm’s length party as a finder’s fee upon closing of the Arrangement.
Like birds, they follow mountain ridges and the shores of the Great Lakes and ocean. Last fall 2011 was a big year for the migration of common green darners. The Internet was filled with reports of swarms in West Virginia and Ohio backyards and especially in New Jersey.
Jo served on the Colorado Governor Task Force, that recommend a legislative framework for Amendment 64 which legalized marijuana for recreational use in Colorado, as a part of the Taxation, Banking and Civil Law work group, where she was the voice for safe and drug free workplaces. She continues to work closely with national health experts to educate state and federal policy makers on the importance of public health and safety pertaining to drug policies. She represented the Workplace Drug and Alcohol Testing Industry at the First Latin American Safe and Drug Free Workplace Congress and the United Nations General Assembly on the World Drug Agreements and was recently added to the speaker bureau for the National Marijuana Initiative as the subject matter expert on the impact of legal marijuana to the workplace..