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Neighbor to Neighbor Food Drive Sept. 21

first_imgCOMMUNITY News:HOAMCO has teamed up with the Santa Fe Food Depot to take part in the 8th annual Neighbor to Neighbor Food Drive, the largest annual food drive benefiting The Food Depot.The Food Depot distributes 430,000 meals each month through its more than 145 partner agencies (food pantries, youth/senior centers and shelters) across nine Northern New Mexican counties. Last year, more than 100 neighborhoods, schools and businesses participated in the drive, which resulted in more than 200,000 meals raised–a 55 percent increase over the prior year.The hope is to surpass that record this year, with a goal of 230,000 meals. The Food Depot depends on donations to make a difference in the lives of those experiencing hunger. Please drop off non-perishable food items between 9 a.m. and 4 p.m. Friday, Sept. 20, or 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. Saturday, Sept. 21 at the Los Alamos Chamber of Commerce Small Business Center located at 190 Central Park Square. The Los Alamos Chamber of Commerce has graciously donated the drop-off location for this charitable event. The Food Depot, volunteer, or city truck will come pick up all the bags of food Sept. 21. Monetary donations (mail a check “neighborhood” on memo line or donate at https://www.thefooddepot.org/neighborhood-donation) are accepted, too.last_img read more

Myers Industries Appoints Kevin Brackman As CFO

first_imgAdvertisementClick Here to Read MoreAdvertisementMyers Industries, international manufacturer of polymer products for industrial, agriculture, automotive, commercial and consumer markets, has promoted Kevin Brackman, former chief accounting officer of the company, to executive vice president and chief financial officer (CFO), effective immediately.Brackman succeeds Matteo Anversa, who is leaving the company to accept another professional opportunity.“We are pleased to announce Kevin Brackman’s well-deserved promotion to chief financial officer,” said President and CEO Dave Banyard. “Kevin has been an invaluable member of our finance team, and he’s also demonstrated a strong aptitude for operational leadership during his time as interim general manager of our Akro-Mils business. His leadership qualities and unique knowledge of our business, combined with his expertise in financial reporting and analysis, risk management and operational controls, make him a considerable asset to the future success of our organization. I would also like to thank Matteo Anversa for his contributions to the company and wish him well in his future endeavors.”Brackman added, “After serving Myers Industries in various leadership roles, I am looking forward to working even more closely with our senior leadership team and board of directors. We believe there are significant opportunities to continue to improve the long-term financial performance of the company. I am eager to get underway and further contribute to the execution of our enterprise strategy, which seeks to create compelling returns for our shareholders through profitable growth, a disciplined approach to capital allocation and strong free cash flow generation.”AdvertisementA 1994 graduate of Miami University and a certified public accountant, Brackman began his career at Coopers & Lybrand LLP in its audit group before moving to Chiquita Brands International. While at Chiquita, Brackman held various finance and operational roles for more than 10 years. Prior to joining Myers, Brackman spent six years at Ingersoll Rand, where he oversaw the technical accounting and financial reporting group and later the financial planning and analysis division. Brackman joined Myers Industries as vice president, corporate controller in 2015 and was promoted to chief accounting officer in 2017.last_img read more

Cleaner underground escalator

first_imgAUTOMATIC dust tray cleaners have been installed during the replacement of two escalators at London Underground’s Embankment station.Designed by RJC and installed by Otis, the rectangular metal dust trays are fitted under the escalator steps at both the top and bottom chambers. Debris and dirt is swept from the tray by a chain-driven blade, through retractable doors, and into a sealed fire-proof steel container. The blade can be programmed to sweep as and when required, and cleaning now takes place four times a day rather than twice a week. The cleaning activity is monitored electronically, and the number of sweeps displayed on the controller. ’The new dust trays will free up a critical resource, saving maintenance time that can be used more wisely’, said Gary Crupt, Construction Manager at PPP contractor Metronet. ’This will help increase productivity, allowing our maintenance engineers to service the escalators, ensuring fewer breakdowns and reducing fire risks.’Metronet has also developed a three-wheeled hydraulic trolley which allows one person to lift the floor plates covering escalator maintenance access points; this previously needed four staff.Metronet, UKlast_img read more

Bloods prevail in grand final rematch

first_imgBy Nick Creely DDCA TURF 1 REVIEW – ROUND 5 It started off in odd fashion, but ended with a vital win for…[To read the rest of this story Subscribe or Login to the Gazette Access Pass] Thanks for reading the Pakenham Berwick Gazette. Subscribe or Login to read the rest of this content with the Gazette Digital Access Pass subscription.last_img

Leafs continue to play numbers game as exhibition season winds down

first_imgMcLellan plans to carry 23 players. So that leaves six spots available for the players currently in Nelson or some BC Hockey League cuts.”We still have four forwards and two defencemen at the BCHL camps battling for jobs, which is good for us, and two at the Alberta Junior Hockey League as well,” McLellan explained.”Plus we have two carded players that haven’t made camp yet due to injuries. So we’re in a little bit of a numbers jam to be honest.”Against Castlegar, in the first of home-and-home series, Nelson fell behind 2-0 and 3-1 in the first period before outscoring the visitors 6-1 in the remaining 42 minutes.”We’ll just work through it,” McLellan said about the hectic preseason schedule that has the Leafs with a 2-1 record to date.”It would be nice to have some of the players here, but I’ve seen them play this summer so I know what they can do.”The rally was a nice sign for the head coach, who says it’s up to the players to determine if they stay or are let go.”If they bring it, they stay, if they don’t they’ll be released back to wherever they came from,” McLellan confessed.ICE CHIPS: The two teams complete the series Wednesday in Castlegar. Puck drop is 8 p.m. . . . McLellan said two players off the Leafs roster last season, Dylan Williamson and Cody Pavarinta, both were signed to play this season for Prince Albert Raiders of the Western Hockey League. Williamson finished the season with Nelson as the Leafs top offensive threat with nine goals and 13 assists in 18 games. Pavarinta spent parts of last season in Richmond with the Sockeyes after being released by Nelson following a 15-game stint with the Leafs. McLellan said he very proud the Leafs were able to help the two players reach the next level. . . .Three other players off the roster are playing in the BC Intercollegiate Hockey League — Darnell St. Pierre and Robson Cramer at SFU and Aaron Dunlap at Eastern Washington. The Nelson Leafs defeated the Castlegar Rebels 7-4 in a wide-open Kootenay International Junior Hockey League exhibition tilt Tuesday night at the NDCC Arena.However, at this time of the season it’s not the wins and losses that concerns Leaf coach Dave McLellan.It’s the play of his team that has the lion’s share of the coaches’ focus.”The guys here have games in the next two days that will help us make some final decisions, especially up front,” McLellan told The Nelson Daily Tuesday.”Our defence here is pretty much selected. So in these two games our forwards need to show us what they’ve got.”McLellan said the Leafs have 17 players currently carded for the upcoming season, which begins Friday at home against Kelowna Chiefs.last_img read more

Jockey Leigh Roche heading to India

first_imgAudio Playerhttps://galwaybayfmsports.podbean.com/mf/play/ta55jx/Leigh_Roche.mp300:0000:0000:00Use Up/Down Arrow keys to increase or decrease volume. Tuam jockey Leigh Roche spoke to the lads on ‘Over the Line’ last night about his move to India for the winter months….. .print WhatsApp Facebook Twitter Emaillast_img

Walking in Autism’s shoes

first_imgThe annual 5 mile Menlo Walk in aid of Ability West will take place on Sunday 10th February and will start at 12 noon from Scoil Bhríde Menlo, Galway City. Pictured from Left To Right: This popular event which will celebrate its 12th year has raised in the region of close to €80,000 for Ability West and is open to everyone. The walk is organised by the Kelly Family whose youngest child Andrew has Autism. Since turning 18 Andrew has transferred to the adult services of Ability West. Andrew receives a day service from New Directions and a respite service, both in Galway City. These support services are vital to him and to the family.“The transition for Andrew has been seamless from child to adult service with Ability West. Andrew is very happy in himself and it was definitely down to forward planning and an eased move from services that has Andrew in such a good happy, relaxed place, “Explained Ray Kelly, Andrew’s Dad and Chairman of the Board of Ability West.The Menlo Walk is one example of an important event where much needed funds are raised for Ability West. All of the proceeds raised for and on behalf of Ability West from the Menlo Walk will be used towards their ongoing capital programme which includes new builds, extensions and refurbishments of existing buildings, the purchase of essential aids, appliances, specialised equipment and minibuses.“The walk is a huge part of our year but also it’s all about community. The Menlo community, our friends and friends of friends who come each year and support us and Ability West. We are so delighted to have raised close to €80,000. There is tea, coffee and loads of cakes and bakes afterwards, so even if walking isn’t your thing, you can reward yourself with a slice of cake for your effort if nothing else,” said Brega Kelly, Andrew’s Mum, and co-organiser of the Menlo Walk.Ability West is a voluntary, not for profit organisation, set up by parents and friends, that provides services and supports to over 580 children and adults with an intellectual disability and autism in 13 locations with 58 centres located across Galway City and County. Ability West is also supported by local branches in communities throughout Galway City and County. These branches are made up of parents, friends and volunteers and they are greatly appreciated for the work they do. The Galway City branch is one of several branches of Ability West.Services provided by Ability West include day, residential, respite, rehabilitative training, supports towards employment, active ageing, community support and multidisciplinary supports such as speech and language therapy, psychology, behaviour support, physiotherapy, occupational therapy and social work. Ability West is also patron of four special schools located in Ballinasloe, Carraroe, Galway City and Tuam. It is only through the continued support and generosity of the public that they can continue to deliver high quality services well into the future.A walking fee of €10 per person or €25 per family is payable on the day. For more information phone Ray on 087-7694153 or Brega on 087-6179886. Donations can also be made online through www.abilitywest.ie.print WhatsApp Facebook Twitter Emailcenter_img Annual Menlo Walk taking place this Februarylast_img read more

Harry Kane relishing Lionel Messi clash as he hails ‘brilliant draw’

first_imgHARRY KANE is relishing the prospect of taking on Lionel Messi after Tottenham’s tricky Champions League draw.Spurs face Barcelona, PSV Eindhoven and Inter Milan in star-studded Group B.4 Harry Kane insists he is loving the prospect of facing three European championsCredit: EPABut Kane, 25, is not daunted by the prospect – insisting he is excited to be taking on some of the world’s best teams.He told Tottenham’s official site: “It’s a brilliant draw, games at famous stadiums like the Nou Camp, the San Siro, it’s a really good draw, one to relish.“We showed people last season that we can compete at this level, particularly when you look at the games against Real Madrid, who went on to win the tournament.“Barca will be a different test but to play in the Nou Camp against some of the best players in the world – it’s fantastic to play in these types of games.RETRACING STEPSJack Charlton’s granddaughter Emma Wilkinson ‘would love’ to visit IrelandROY RAGEFurious Roy Keane launched foul-mouthed rant at Pique over Fabregas friendshipPicturedTOP FORMBrazil icon Ronaldo soaks up sun with partner Celina Locks on yacht in FormenteraPicturedON THE PAOLPaolo Maldini shows off shredded physique at 52 while on holiday with wifeExclusiveLOCK CLOWNPaul Scholes flouts local lockdown rules by throwing huge 7-hour birthday bashLive BlogUNITED LATESTMan Utd transfer news LIVE: All the gossip and updates from Old TraffordLive Bloggunners newsArsenal transfer news LIVE – Latest updates from the EmiratesPicturedMADD FOR ITPrem aces Dele, Maddison & Grealish enjoy hard-earned break in sun-soaked IbizaLive BlogBLUES NEWSChelsea transfer news LIVE: Havertz deal LATEST, Willian move updatesMISS-RON IMPOSSIBLERonaldo LOSES Golden Boot race after axe from Juve squad for final game4 Harry Kane has looked sharp after his World Cup exploits with EnglandCredit: Getty – Contributor4 Spurs will take on Lionel Messi and Barcelona at WembleyCredit: Getty – Contributor“You want to play in big games against the best players and this draw gives us a chance as a club to once again test ourselves against the best.”PSV will be tough, a huge team in Holland and Inter as well, a great history. As I said, it’s a brilliant draw.”Mauricio Pochettino’s side took four points from eventual winners  Real Madrid in their group last season.And despite facing three former European champions this campaign, ex-striker Darren Bent shares Kane’s belief.4 Harry Kane will be crucial to Tottenham’s chances in EuropeCredit: ReutersCan’t wait for those big European nights again! Time to improve on last season! #UCLdraw #ChampionsLeague pic.twitter.com/NC1WC0jklY— Harry Kane (@HKane) August 30, 2018 He told Sky Sports: “It’s going to be tough. Barcelona and PSV were tough enough but to get Inter Milan in there as well!”They are one of the powerhouses with the history, the stadium and their fans. Even the team, with the way they are playing this season. It is going to be difficult for Tottenham.Check out who Manchester United, Liverpool, Manchester City and Tottenham got in the Champions League draw”Mauricio Pochettino will fancy that, the Tottenham players will fancy it, they’re young, they’re fearless.”I fancy Tottenham to get out of the group. One to 11 they’ve got some fantastic players in that squad so I think it’s a challenge they will relish.”last_img read more

Paulo Gazzaniga the hero as Tottenham down Hornets on pens

first_imgDELE ALLI sealed Spurs’ shootout victory on his Milton Keynes  homecoming.The England star scored the vital  penalty after keeper Paulo Gazzaniga had saved efforts by Etienne Capoue and Domingos Quina.9 Dele Alli and goalkeeper Paulo Gazzaniga were the shootout heroes for SpursCredit: News Group Newspapers Ltd9 Dele Alli was spot on as he equalised for Spurs with just under ten minutes remainingCredit: News Group Newspapers LtdIt was a crazy end to a crazy night at a crazy venue where we saw three sets of supporters watched two teams score four goals in normal time.The last three came in the final eight minutes as Spurs trailed and then led before Capoue’s 89th-minute leveller.At least it made the journey to Stadium MK worthwhile for thousands of fans who were delayed by road and rail problems worthwhile.Mauricio Pochettino fielded a stronger-than-expected team, despite making eight changes from Saturday’s 2-1 win at Brighton and giving Harry Kane and Christian Eriksen the night off.9 Erik Lamela thought he had won it for Spurs when he fired them 2-1 up in the final secondsCredit: News Group Newspapers Ltd9 Isaac Success had given Watford the lead at MK DonsCredit: News Group Newspapers LtdMind you, he had to. Spurs took enough stick for moving this clash 50 miles without putting out a side full of kids.In fairness, Tottenham’s marketing department did a fine job of filling the stadium with as much club branding as possible to make it feel home.MK Dons followers might not have been too pleased — although AFC Wimbledon would call it karma! Tottenham even brought their own mobile club shop to compete with local vendors who did a roaring trade in half-and-half scarves.Though, surely, with around 1,000 seats snapped up by MK Dons season-ticket holders third-and-third-and-third scarves would have been more appropriate.Unsurprisingly for this most unusual of day trips, the atmosphere in the stands felt decidedly touristy.And on the pitch the match started like an exhibition game with neither team seemingly sure as to which should assume the role of the home side.Dele, the night’s main draw on his return to his former club, nearly gave the locals what they wanted to see when Lucas Moura’s volley across the face of goal was just too far ahead of the England midfielder at the far post.Watford’s ex-Spurs keeper Heurelho Gomes then got down well at the feet of Lucas Moura following his fellow Brazilian’s burst into the box.But it was the Hornets who finished the first half the stronger as Success fired a shot from the edge of the box down Paulo Gazzaniga’s throat before Marc Navarro tested the Spurs stopper from even further out.Spaniard Navarro was clearly just setting his sights as moments later his 35-yard curler flew just over the bar.9 Christian Kabasele was sent off for this foul on Dele AlliCredit: News Group Newspapers Ltd9 Paulo Gazzaniga saved twice in the shootout to earn victory for TottenhamCredit: News Group Newspapers Ltd9 The Hornets will be stinging after their cruel defeatCredit: News Group Newspapers LtdSpurs’ Toby Alderweireld then made a last-ditch tackle to deny Ken Sema a strike on goal just before the break.This should have shaken up Spurs going but they came out for the second half just as sluggish and went behind just 41 seconds after the restart.Isaac Success latched onto Kiko  Femenia’s pass and smashed a shot past Gazzaniga in front of the 4,000 travelling fans — plus 1,000 or so neutral ones!Femenia almost added a second goal just two minutes later as he shot straight at Gazzaniga.Full Premier League weekend preview including Chelsea v Liverpool and Man City v Brighton Dele, who was still known as Alli the last time he played a home match here, skied a volley way over and sub Heung-Min Son had a shot cleared off line by Ben Wilmot as Spurs looked doomed.But Dele levelled with an 81st-minute penalty after Christian Kabasele was sent off for bringing him down in the box.9 The Argentine goalkeeper came up trumps for Spurs in the Carabao CupCredit: News Group Newspapers Ltd9 Tottenham are now in the hat for Saturday’s fourth round drawCredit: News Group Newspapers LtdIt was ten-v-ten by then though as Spurs right-back Serge Aurier limped off after Poch had used all three subs.Erik Lamela then looked to have won the game in normal time for Spurs with an 86th minute strike after being played in by Mousa Dembele.But, incredibly, ex-Spurs midfielder Capoue made it 2-2 with a last gasp shot that was deflected off Ben Davies.Dream Team’s football agents give all the news from the Premier League match week 6last_img read more

Inter Milan move ahead of Manchester United in race for Atletico Madrid star

first_imgInter Milan have moved ahead of Manchester United in the hunt for Atletico Madrid defender Miranda after reportedly agreeing terms with the player.The Brazilian is expected to be leave Spain this summer after four years in La Liga with Atletico.Manchester United are on the lookout for defensive recruitments this summer and have been linked with a move for the 30-year-old.But they have now fallen behind Inter as the race for the centre-back intensifies.According to Sport Mediaset, the Italian club have agreed personal terms with the player and are now working on a transfer fee.Miranda is said to have accepted a three-year deal worth £1.8m-a-year and Inter are now expected to cough up £18m to complete the transfer. 1 Joao Miranda in action for Atletico Madrid last_img

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