Todd Warren, the Owner and President of Otter Creek Awnings, Sunrooms & Custom Closets, Inc. announced the purchase of Closet Crafters Inc. ‘We are excited and very proud to announce the addition of Closet Crafters to our growing closet division. This acquisition will provide our customers with an expanded product line and continued expertise in personalized closet design and professional installation,’ said Warren. Key to the acquisition was the addition of Stu MacDonald, former owner of Closet Crafters, to the Otter Creek management team. Stu will join Otter Creek as a senior manager responsible for the organization and continued growth of Otter Creek’s Closet Division. ‘I am excited to be joining forces with Otter Creek. They have proven themselves as an industry leader and our clients can be assured that they will continue to receive the same high quality products and service that they have come to expect from Closet Crafters over the past 27 years.’ said MacDonald. Effective on October 1, 2011 Closet Crafters will move its showroom to Otter Creek’s showroom location on South Brownell Road in Williston, Vermont. ABOUT OTTER CREEKFounded in 1976, Otter Creek Awnings has grown from a small company making canvas bags and simple awnings to an industry leader in the marketing and sales of sophisticated awning systems for home and business owners. Otter Creek has been nationally recognized for its innovative awning design work and serves all of Vermont, Upstate New York and New Hampshire.Over the past 18 years Otter Creek has also grown into one of New England’s largest builders of year-round sunrooms and 3-season patio rooms. Most recently, Otter Creek added customized closet systems to their product mix. Applying commitment to the highest quality products, professional installation and impeccable service has made this business a tremendous success. Full-size sunrooms, custom closet displays, and various types of awnings are on display at their beautiful showroom in Williston. For more information, visit Otter Creek online at www.ottercreekawnings.com(link is external)Otter Creek Awnings, Sunrooms & Custom Closets Inc. is owned by Todd and Elizabeth Warren of Essex, Vermont WILLISTON, VERMONT September, 2011 ‘
It may seem smart to focus on yourself at work to get a raise or a promotion or just plain recognition, but one of your best chances at getting ahead could be by helping the people around you to succeed instead.There is a great book that describes how taking a more selfless approach can end up benefiting the “giver” many times over. In Give and Take: A Revolutionary Approach to Success, Adam Grant describes three personality types:• Givers: Give without expecting anything in return.• Matchers: Give but expect something in return.• Takers: Do exactly what their name suggests.Guess who are the good guys? The Givers. Guess who are the success stories? Yup, the Givers! And the Takers are not just the bad guys, but as the book explains, in this hyper-connected world they end up losing as they will be revealed for what they are, “users.” continue reading » 34SHARESShareShareSharePrintMailGooglePinterestDiggRedditStumbleuponDeliciousBufferTumblr
6SHARESShareShareSharePrintMailGooglePinterestDiggRedditStumbleuponDeliciousBufferTumblr To explore trends affecting the retail banking experience, PeopleMetrics compiled customer feedback from both banks and credit unions, then examined how consumer behaviors and preferences change based on a customer’s age. Here are a few highlights from this analysis, and some ideas on how to put these insights to work at your financial institution.The Financial Services Consumers Need Evolve With AgeMoney is very personal. And how someone relates to it shifts dramatically over their lifetime, right along with their health and family responsibilities. So it’s no surprise that age has a meaningful impact on consumer behaviors when it comes to retail banking products and services. The chart below is a fantastic reflection of just how much a person’s financial priorities change with time. continue reading »
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August 06, 2020 Education, Press Release, Public Safety The Pennsylvania Department of Health and Department of Education today jointly recommended that Pre-K–12 school and recreational youth sports be postponed until at least Jan. 1, 2021, to protect children and teens from COVID-19.The administration is providing this strong recommendation and not an order or mandate. As with deciding whether students should return to in-person classes, remote learning or a blend of the two this fall, school administrators and locally elected school boards should make decisions on sports.Highlights of the recommendation to pause youth sports until Jan. 1, 2021:Applies to team and individual, school and non-school recreational youth sports;Includes competitions, intramural play and scrimmages;Continue conditioning, drills and other training activities on an individual basis;Does not apply to collegiate and professional sports;Gathering limits remain unchanged – no more than 25 persons may gather indoors and 250 outdoors.The administration is updating existing sports guidance to reflect this recommendation.The administration recognizes the importance of getting children back to school, while also protecting the safety and well-being of students and educators. Guidance for schools is available. The guidance represents endorsed best public health practices related to social distancing, face coverings, hand hygiene, and cleaning and disinfecting in school settings. It also outlines how to accommodate individuals with disabilities or chronic conditions, procedures for monitoring symptoms, and responding to confirmed or probable cases of COVID-19 in the school community.Ver esta página en español. Wolf Administration Provides Recommendation for School and Recreational Youth Sports SHARE Email Facebook Twitter
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Loading… From the Madrid side, there are big questions of Hakim Achraf, who they would love to keep but may not find room for. Then there’s Dani Ceballos, who doesn’t seem to fit either. Sergio Reguilon wants to stay at Sevilla. Jesus Vallejo, Kubo and Borja Mayoral are all also in line to do. Oscar Rodriguez and Alvaro Odriozola will also go if good enough offers are made. Reinier Jesus, still young, will be loaned. Gareth Bale and James Rodriguez are in the first team squad but available for transfer; as are Mariano Diaz and Brahim Diaz, neither of whom have made any impact at the Bernabeu. The same can be said for Luka Jovic From the true Old Guard, Marcelo and Lucas Vazquez may leave.Advertisement Marca have counted an amazing 30 players between the two sides who are on the market, with both sides of the Clasico divide looking to strengthen their first XI by sacrificing unwanted depth players who rarely feature. Promoted ContentKendall Jenner’s Photos Have Never Looked This Good!11 Most Immersive Game To Play On Your Table TopWhat Is A Black Hole And Is It Dangerous For Us All?You’ve Only Seen Such Colorful Hairdos In A Handful Of Anime6 Interesting Ways To Make Money With A DroneThe Very Last Bitcoin Will Be Mined Around 2140. Read MoreTop 7 Best Car Manufacturers Of All TimeCouples Who Celebrated Their Union In A Unique, Unforgettable WayXi Ding Created Caricature Version Of Marvel Characters7 Ways To Understand Your Girlfriend Better7 Universities In The World Where Education Costs Too MuchPlaying Games For Hours Can Do This To Your Body Read Also: La Liga clubs get nod to train with 14 players from May 18 Then of course there’s Ousmane Dembele and Philippe Coutinho, big names who they want rid of, along with Jean-Clair Todibo, Moussa Wague and Oriol Busquets, who all had promising loans but can be bought for the right price. Finally there’s Emerson Royal, who is co-owned by Real Betis. Barcelona have the option to buy him this summer, but if they do, it will only be to add him to these ranks of departing players clearing space for another big spend. FacebookTwitterWhatsAppEmail分享 So that’s 16 players on the Madrid side. Barcelona have a similar availability – Ivan Rakitic and Samuel Umtiti, from the first team, then a host of others from the squad – Neto, Junior Firpo, Arturo Vidal, Martin Braithwaite who only arrived in January. Arthur Melo has already been offered out in swap deals. Nelson Semedo is also being shown off to Europe as a tempting prospect.
Batesville, IN—The #OneBatesvileStrong Program was developed by the Batesville Area Chamber of Commerce and local business sponsors to help support those in the community by providing money to those affected by this crisis.The program is simple. Buy 1 certificate and give 1. When you purchase #OneBatesvilleStrong gift certificates through the chamber website, a portion of your purchase will be matched. The idea is to get money flowing back into local businesses who may be experiencing a dramatic reduction in revenues, while at the same time providing assistance to families and non-profits.The Chamber has partnered with the Batesville Area Resource Center who helped create One Batesville Task Force. This task force launched the One Batesville Community Response Fund. The fund will provide emergency financial relief to support families that have lost significant income.Purchase a new #OneBatesvilleStrong Gift Certificate to your favorite local Batesville Area Chamber Member business and the Chamber will match a portion of your purchase for local families in need and non-profits, etc. All #OneBatesvilleStrong gift certificates will come in increments of $10.They can be mailed or picked-up Batesville Area Chamber located at 301 Shopping Village by calling 812-934-3101. Because we are stronger together.
Tottenham were struggling to break through the visitors’ miserly defence, but were having more luck from distance. Lamela galloped forward and unleashed a 25-yard strike that Fraser Forster did brilliantly to tip on to the post, although the England goalkeeper was not so convincing when denying Eriksen soon after, watching helplessly as the ball crept wide after wriggling out of his grasp. Naughton was forced off with a nasty-looking injury in between those opportunities, but will have been cheered somewhat by his team-mates making the breakthrough in the 40th minute. Attacking down the left, Emmanuel Adebayor squared the ball to Chadli, who flicked to Eriksen and the Danish playmaker unleashed a fizzing strike from the edge of the box just out of Forster’s reach. It was a fine goal which appeared to rattle Southampton, who were thankful for a large dollop of luck just before the break as Chadli raced through on goal, only for his left-footed strike to hit the far post before being hacked clear. Spurs continued on top when the play resumed for the second half, although it looked like the match would be turned on its head seven minutes after the restart. Latching on to a through ball, Mane was barged off the ball by last-man Younes Kaboul. The Spurs skipper feared the worse when Mike Jones harshly called a foul, yet the referee inexplicably only gave a yellow card. It was a peculiar moment in a match Spurs were still looking most likely to score, with Bertrand doing well to block Chadli before Forster fumbled an Eriksen cross. Opposite number Hugo Lloris saved countryman Kaboul’s blushes after slicing a clearance, allowing Victor Wanyama to power a shot goalwards. It was a decent hit from the Kenyan – a connection Mane was unable to match as the winger wasted a late gilt-edged opportunity. Bertrand sent in a low cross for the summer signing, who somehow failed to make the right contact with the ball from six yards and directed wide. It was a huge let-off for Tottenham, so too was a stoppage-time attempt which drifted wide, as they held out for three points. Mauricio Pochettino got the better of Southampton successor Ronald Koeman as Tottenham ended their four-match wait for a Premier League win. Press Association It was a timely shot in the arm for Spurs ahead of the international break, having failed to win their last four top-flight matches and lost their previous two league games at White Hart Lane. Unlike recent weeks, though, there was no sign of a Europa League hangover as Jan Vertonghen had an early header cleared off the line, before Erik Lamela saw a shot pushed on to the post and Eriksen impressively struck from distance. Nacer Chadli hit the post as he attempted to double Spurs’ advantage before the break, from which they returned strongly and kept the visitors at bay. Sadio Mane’s contender for miss of the season in the closing stages was Saints’ best chance as the hosts held out for a win which will have been particularly sweet for Pochettino and his staff. Despite having last term led the south coast side to their best-ever Premier League campaign, the sold-out travelling fans showered him with abuse from the outset in north London. Pochettino may have been under pressure but so too was the Southampton backline, with Ryan Bertrand clearing a Vertonghen header off the line in the fourth minute. However, Saints soon settled and were themselves proving a nuisance at the other end and had a fine chance of their own, with only a last-ditch Kyle Naughton block preventing Mane turning in a Graziano Pelle cross. A Mane cutback just evaded Steven Davis as Southampton continued to up the ante, with Spurs target Morgan Schneiderlin having a close-range effort blocked. All eyes were on the former Argentina international at White Hart Lane, where he was taking on his former club for the first time since ending a successful 18-month stint at St Mary’s to take the reins in north London. Saints have confounded the naysayers by flourishing despite a host of key players following Pochettino out of the club, although a seventh straight win in all competitions was beyond Koeman’s side as a 20-yard strike from Christian Eriksen secured Spurs a 1-0 win.
Walsh admitted being unable to get into a rhythm on the Willie Mullins-trained gelding last month, but has been delighted with his homework since then. The rider said: “We just felt he was a bit buzzy on the day, it was hard to get him in a rhythm. He was standing too far back at some and getting in too deep at others, I was just never in a good rhythm with him. “I couldn’t have been happier with him before he fell, I was travelling really well, I saw a stride and asked him, but he changed his mind.” Walsh reckons Sire De Grugy sets a standard Un De Sceaux has to meet at Ascot. He told Racing UK: “He’s schooled really well since, his work is good, we’re happy with him and Sire De Grugy is a new challenge for us. He sets a standard and we have to get up there. “We’re happy and we’re looking forward to it. He likes what he does, he’s brave, he likes to get on with it and attack fences, I enjoy riding him but the margin for error is quite small. “I think he’s a thrilling horse to ride.” Sire De Grugy should prove a proper adversary for Un De Sceaux, having won this race in 2014 as well as the Champion Chase. Ruby Walsh is confident the real Un De Sceaux will emerge when the exciting two-miler bids to atone for his expensive Leopardstown fall in the Sodexo Clarence House Chase at Ascot on Saturday. The eight-year-old came down at the second-last fence in the Paddy Power ‘So Quick, So Easy iPhone App’ Chase when making all the running to that point and looking likely to justify prohibitive odds of 1-4. He had also taken a tumble on his chasing debut but in between the two blips, had been peerless in four starts that yielded a hat-trick of Grade One triumphs. Press Association After a mixed last campaign, the 10-year-old has been in fine form this winter, winning the Tingle Creek at Sandown for a second time before just losing out in a terrific duel with Sprinter Sacre in the Desert Orchid Chase at Kempton. Trainer Gary Moore said: “He is in great order and as good as can be expected, so it’s fingers crossed. If anything, he is a fraction better than last time. “He’s better in softer ground, he makes soft ground look like good ground. It would definitely make his chances better – I think I’ll be the only one praying for rain at Cheltenham. “I’ve got great respect for Un De Sceaux, what he did last year was unbelievable, and he is the one to beat, but if don’t try you don’t know. “The confidence I have in my horse could not be any higher, I am very confident – whether that is good enough to win, we won’t know until Saturday.”