April 7, 2014: Monday Calls for service: 72Motor Vehicle Stops: 20Motor Vehicle Accidents: 1Property Checks: 28Alarms: 1The Police Department assisted with 6 Fire and 7 EMS callsMotor vehicle accident, no injuries, 800 block 7th St., at 9:29amTheft, 800 block Wesley Ave., at 10:09amCounterfeiting, 2100 block Wesley Ave., at 12:05pmHarassment, 200 block 4th St., at 2:32pmDomestic violence, 400 block Asbury Ave., at 10:59pm April 6, 2014: Sunday Calls for service: 53Motor Vehicle Stops: 21Motor Vehicle Accidents: 1Property Checks: 9Alarms: 2The Police Department assisted with 3 Fire and 2 EMS callsWarrant, Route 52, one in custody, at 9:46amDisorderly, 3300 block Bay Ave., one in custody, at 12:46pmWarrant, 800 block Bay Ave., one in custody, at 3:08pmMotor vehicle accident, no injuries, 14th St. & Wesley Ave., at 4:59pm April 9, 2014: WednesdayCalls for service: 56Motor Vehicle Stops: 13Motor Vehicle Accidents: 2Property Checks: 18Alarms: 2The Police Department assisted with 2 fire and 4 EMS callsMotor vehicle accident, no injuries, Brighton Pl., & Atlantic Ave., at 3:32pmDWI, 2900 block West Ave., one in custody, at 10:20pm April 8, 2014: TuesdayCalls for service: 103Motor Vehicle Stops: 46Motor Vehicle Accidents: 0Property Checks: 31Alarms: 0The Police Department assisted with 6 fire and 4 EMS callsMotor vehicle accident, hit & run, 500 block 6th St., at 2:48pmMotor vehicle accident, no injuries, 700 block West Ave., at 4:25pm April 10, 2014: ThursdayCalls for service: 68Motor Vehicle Stops: 15Motor Vehicle Accidents: 1Property Checks: 23Alarms: 3The Police Department assisted with 2 fire and 3 EMS callsMotor vehicle accident, no injuries, 8th St. & Central Ave., at 2:12pmShoplifting, 1200 block West Ave., at 7:22pm April 12, 2014: Saturday Calls for service: 129Motor Vehicle Stops: 65Motor Vehicle Accidents: 0Property Checks: 28Alarms: 5The Police Department assisted with 12 fire and 5 EMS callsDomestic violence, 10th St., at 9:11amFraud, 700 block Battersea Rd., at 1:54pmMotor vehicle accident, no injuries, 17th St. & West Ave., at 3:39pmTrespassing, 600 block West Ave., at 8:36pm OCEAN CITY POLICE SUMMARIZED WEEK’S ACTIVITIESApril 6 – 12, 2014Calls for Service: 549Daily Average: 78 PUBLIC SERVICE ANNOUNCEMENTS:Just a reminder that it is a violation of a City Ordinance to have dogs on the boardwalk anytime during the year.City Ordinance 87-17sec.4-32 prohibits any Boat/Trailer over 22 feet in overall length from being parked on a city street. Any boat/trailer less than 22 feet in overall length can only remain on a city street for three consecutive days. Officers will be issuing summons and towing boats/trailers for any observed violations. April 11, 2014: FridayCalls for service: 68Motor Vehicle Stops: 26Motor Vehicle Accidents: 0Property Checks: 25Alarms: 1The Police Department assisted with 3 fire and 3 EMS callsHarassment, 3400 block Haven Ave., at 5:35pm
Walkers’ new premium crisp brand Red Sky has launched a new advertising campaign for Spring. Featuring the strapline ’From Nature’s Kitchen’, the TV advert consists of various creatures – for example squirrels and bees – working together to harness the ingredients in Red Sky, with the voiceover: “nature works hard so you can enjoy new Red Sky Potato Chips”.Launched in February this year, the crisps contain only 100% natural ingredients and are available in West Country Bacon and Cream Cheese and Anglesey Sea Salt in 40g formats.Roger Edmonds, senior brand manager of Red Sky, says the campaign is designed to highlight the natural taste of Red Sky. “It has scored really well and we are totally confident that this will boost sales of the new brand even further.”www.walkers-crisps.co.uk
Last week I attended a meeting at the Bakers’ Villas in Epping. I was able to see first-hand the great work and care given to the elderly residents there, who have connections to the bakery trade.The National Association of Master Bakers also runs a Benevolent Fund to assist master baker families who need support through age, disability or other difficult circumstances. As a visiting almoner, it is always a great experience to distribute Christmas hampers each year.Caring and supporting each other during periods of hardship is something that craft bakers do all the time. During the floods last year, when some bakers’ premises were waterlogged, other bakers were quick to rally round and provide goods until production started again.We all have stories in our own areas, such as bakers falling sick and others providing goods to help the businesses keep going until the owners are well again. On one occasion, a fellow baker of mine had his main electricity cable severed by builders and, during the three days it took to repair, he and his small staff took over my bakery during the night, bringing all their own flour and ingredients with them and using our ovens and equipment. They vanished by 4am with their newly baked goods, just before our bakers were due to start.Craft bakers are a breed apart, competitive in the marketplace but always eager to help each other during times of difficulty. Compassion and friendship are some of the greatest values that we can have.
Work has already progressed to evaluate measures in place in other countries, such as buffer zones around clinics, with policing and healthcare partners providing further evidence for consideration.The review is considering protests only, and will not consider any aspects of the Abortion Act 1967 which makes abortion legal in the United Kingdom.All members of the public or organisations, who have experience of protest activity outside abortion clinics, are invited to contribute evidence to the review. You can complete the questionnaire online, or alternatively evidence can be provided directly to [email protected] contributions must be received by 19 February 2018. An abortion is an incredibly personal decision for anyone to take, and so it is completely unacceptable for women to face harassment or intimidation for exercising their legal right to healthcare advice and treatment. While everyone has a right to peaceful protest, this review is about ensuring the police, healthcare providers and local authorities have the right powers to protect women making these tough decisions. The review is assessing if more needs to be done to protect those seeking medical assistance and covers: the scale, frequency and nature of protests and the powers police have to manage them the laws to protect people from harassment and intimidation the public’s right to peaceful protest and exercise of freedom of speech, within the law international comparisons given that similar protests have taken place in Australia, France, Canada and the United States The Home Office is seeking views from interested parties about alleged harassment and intimidating behaviour near abortion clinics in England and Wales.It is the latest step in the review, announced by Home Secretary Amber Rudd in November, following reports that women have experienced intimidation from protesters when visiting family planning clinics to seek information, advice and services from medical professionals.To understand the scale and nature of these protests, the Home Office is seeking evidence from policing partners, healthcare providers and local authorities as well as inviting contributions from groups protesting outside abortion clinics and people who have sought medical assistance or advice.Home Secretary Amber Rudd said:
Related Shows The Gin Game View Comments Tony winners Cicely Tyson and Rita Moreno, as well as Beautiful singer-songwriter Carole King, are among the 2015 Kennedy Center Honorees. They will be recognized, along with filmmaker George Lucas, rock band The Eagles and conductor Seiji Ozawa, during the 38th Annual Kennedy Center Honors, which will be broadcast on December 29 on CBS.Tyson will soon be seen on Broadway opposite James Earl Jones in The Gin Game. She won the 2013 Tony for Best Actress in a Play for her performance in The Trip to Bountiful and was also nominated for an Emmy Award for the 2014 television movie version. Tyson made history when she became the first African American to win an Emmy Award for Outstanding Lead Actress for 1974’s TV film The Autobiography of Miss Jane Pittman. Her 1972 film Sounder earned her an Oscar nomination for Best Actress. On stage, Tyson has starred in shows including The Corn Is Green, Trumpets of the Lord, Carry Me Back to Morningside Heights and Tiger, Tiger Burning Bright. Recent film appearances include Alex Cross, Diary of a Mad Black Woman and The Help.Broadway vet Moreno won the Tony for The Ritz; additional Great White Way credits include The Odd Couple, Wally’s Cafe, The National Health and Gantry. She is the only Hispanic member of the prestigious EGOT club; Moreno won the Oscar for her performance in the film adaptation of West Side Story. Show Closed This production ended its run on Jan. 10, 2016
“Keep Austin Weird” is the Texas city’s official slogan. It fits, given the unique experiences you may come across there, like trailer park eateries, grown people riding tricycles, eclectic art and more!What some consider weird, others embrace as innovative. It’s a matter of perspective. The same holds true for what’s happening in the payments landscape for credit unions. It’s hard not to notice the similarities between the city and the new developments and insights we picked up at Card Forum 2017 there this week.Year after year, Card Forum continues to grow as one of the leading payment conferences in the world. Leaders from card networks, processors, disruptors and financial institutions are present, and networking opportunities abound. At CUNA Mutual Group, we especially appreciate the conference for recognizing the unique needs of credit unions. The show dedicates an entire half-day summit to people who are part of the movement.After three days of taking in all the information, here are the key takeaways: continue reading » 19SHARESShareShareSharePrintMailGooglePinterestDiggRedditStumbleuponDeliciousBufferTumblr
8SHARESShareShareSharePrintMailGooglePinterestDiggRedditStumbleuponDeliciousBufferTumblr,John Pettit John Pettit is the Managing Editor for CUInsight.com. John manages the content on the site, including current news, editorial, press releases, jobs and events. He keeps the credit union … Web: www.cuinsight.com Details Hopefully you’re staying in touch with friends and family, as well as your coworkers during this COVID-19 crisis. If you live alone, the last couple of months have probably felt like an eternity. And remember, if you’re struggling during this stay at home period, your employees are feeling it too. So how can you turn things around? If you’re looking for a few ways to boost employee morale during this quarantine period, here are a few ideas to consider…Remind them of the good they’re doing: Your staff is having to work from home, but at least they’re working. If you feel morale slipping, one surefire way to turn it around is to remind them that not only are they still fortunate enough to work, but they wake up every day with the opportunity to help and encourage members who may be a lot worse off. Members really need their credit union right now and it has to be a great feeling when you can make a difference, no matter how great or small.Don’t be workaholics: When you’re working from home, it’s really easy to sit at your desk from sunrise until sunset. Hopefully, you’re not doing this too often, but when you can’t be out-and-about, you can burn out fast. Encourage your employees to get out and go for a walk or take time during lunch hours to share a meal with a friend or coworker over FaceTime. Some good laughs are a great remedy for the stuck-at-home blues. Maybe your staff can even watch a show together. Find out if there’s any common titles on your binge list and have a Zoom happy hour every Friday to find out what everybody thought.Find ways to keep learning: When you’re growing as an employee, you don’t feel like you’re standing still. This work from home period is a great opportunity for you to encourage your employees to find areas where they’d like to grow, and help them find ways to learn online. As your employees’ value grows, so will their morale. Education is a perfect option when there’s not much to do after hours.
Ridwan said that many subdistricts in West Java had turned from COVID-19 red zones to green zones, which means the transmission in the area has been largely controlled and therefore, the areas could start adapting to the new protocols.Pepen revealed that 50 out of 56 subdistricts in Bekasi had been declared green zones including North Bekasi subdistrict where the Summarecon Mall is located.He added that the virus transmission rate in the city had decreased as a result of the city administration’s implementation of large-scale social restrictions (PSBB).“That’s why the virus is less contagious here with an R0 of 0.71 [less than one person on average is being infected by other infected people] and we’re gradually reopening the economy,” Pepen said. He said that malls in Bekasi were allowed to open on June 4 at the earliest, but are required to operate at 50 percent of their capacity.“For example, if the normal capacity is 10,000, now they should only allow 5,000 people to enter. The security will count and limit the number of mall visitors,” Ridwan said, adding that all visitors must wear masks.The director of PT Summarecon Agung, Adrianto Adhi, said that his management was currently preparing the COVID-19 precautions in adherence to the new normal guidelines issued by Health Minister Terawan Agus Putranto on Saturday.The management plans to open Summarecon Mall on June 8.Earlier on Tuesday, Jokowi announced that TNI and National Police personnel would be deployed to guard crowded places such as malls in preparation for the new normal.Topics : President Joko “Jokowi” Widodo visited Summarecon Mall in Bekasi, West Java, on Tuesday to take a look at the mall’s preparations for its upcoming reopening under the so-called “new normal” health protocols.“I come to Bekasi today to ensure our readiness for the ‘new normal’ as we want to stay productive while also remaining protected from the virus at the same time,” Jokowi said.The President visited the mall along with West Java Governor Ridwan Kamil, Bekasi Mayor Rahmat “Pepen” Effendi, Indonesian Military (TNI) commander Air Chief Marshal Hadi Tjahjanto and National Police chief Gen. Idham Aziz.
Governor Wolf: New Funding Will Help Pennsylvania Farmers Grow Their Businesses July 16, 2019 Environment, Press Release Harrisburg, PA – Today, Governor Tom Wolf announced the approval of $1.6 million in low-interest loans funding to assist four Pennsylvania farms with construction costs and land acquisition to spur business creation and expansion.“My administration is committed to strengthening our infrastructure and resources to help our farmers thrive,” Governor Wolf said. “We are pleased to assist Pennsylvania farmers navigate through the unique challenges and opportunities today’s economy presents.”Funded through the commonwealth’s First Industries program, the following loans were approved:Berks CountyRohrer Farm was approved for a $400,000, 15-year loan at a 2.5 percent reset rate through the Greater Berks Development Fund. The loan will support the construction of a 34,680-square-foot cage free organic pullet house in Upper Bern Township.Franklin CountyJunk-Inn Farms, LLC was approved for a $400,000, 15-year loan at a 2.5 percent reset rate through the Franklin County Area Development Corporation. The loan will support the construction of a 40,831-square-foot hog finishing barn in Metal Township.Lancaster CountyDaniel and Wendi Bollinger were approved for a $400,000, 15-year loan at a 2.5 percent reset rate through the EDC Finance Corporation. The loan will support the acquisition of 48.90 acres of farmland in Warwick Township. The property includes two pullet houses, a hog finishing barn, and various machinery sheds.Schuylkill CountyManbeck Farm was approved for a $400,000, 15-year loan at a 2.5 percent reset rate through the NEPA Alliance. The loan will support the construction of a 19,600-square-foot hog finishing barn in Schuylkill Haven Borough.The First Industries Fund (FIF) is a program aimed at strengthening Pennsylvania’s agriculture and tourism industries through loans and loan guarantees. For more information about the Commonwealth Financing Authority and other DCED initiatives, visit https://dced.pa.gov/, and be sure to stay up-to-date with all of our agency news on Facebook, Twitter, and LinkedIn. SHARE Email Facebook Twitter
Huffington Post 30 September 2016Family First Comment: Good constructive helpful tips. 1. Expose your kids to a variety of healthy foodsIf your children are used to always eating chips, cakes, biscuits and fast food, then it’s no wonder why this is all they want. Instead, expose them to colourful whole foods like vegetables, fruits, whole grains like brown rice, and nuts and seeds.2. Be a role modelYou can’t expect your child to eat healthy if you don’t. Children learn by imitation, so teach your children how to eat healthy by doing so yourself.3. Follow the dietary guidelinesDespite the fact that the Australian Dietary Guidelines are simple and publicly accessible, we’re just not following them.“Our kids need to eat certain foods, and vegetables is one of them. We need awareness around these things, this is really important,” Kamper said.4. Change the environment and your attitudeMaking changes is much more difficult when the environment and attitude towards being healthy is negative. This goes for the environment not just in your home but in your own mind.5. Focus on home cooking“The research also shows the more home cooked meals we have, the less likely we will be obese. So, it’s about not getting those packaged foods and takeaway,” Kamper said.6. Make veggies the heroDon’t be put off by the possibility of your child not eating veggies. Be consistent and include a variety of vegetables often, and enjoy them together as a family.7. Practise mindful eatingWe spend more time in front of the TV and computer screens than ever before, and naturally we eat our meals this way. Kamper urges people to stop mindless eating in order to help you and your children feel more satisfied and full.READ MORE: http://www.huffingtonpost.com.au/2016/09/29/heres-what-to-do-if-your-kids-are-overweight-or-obese/?utm_hp_ref=au-food