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  • Credit unions participate in international collaboration

    first_imgIdaho Credit Union League representatives visited Moldova in Eastern Europe in May to sign a new international partnership agreement.The agreement with Moldova’s Central Association of Savings and Credit Associations (CASCA) is the newest of 20 international partnerships managed by the World Council of Credit Unions. The goal of these partnerships is to unite credit unions around the world to share ideas, best practices, and technical expertise.“Exchanges like this are extremely valuable,” says Shane Berger, chairman of the Idaho League and president/CEO of $195 million asset Beehive Federal Credit Union in Rexburg. Berger also is a member of CUNA’s World Leadership Development Committee.“We’re learning from each other about the different ways to approach our work,” Berger notes, “while at the same time communing over the similar challenges we face, such as increasing youth membership, emerging technologies, and protecting small credit unions.” continue reading » 10SHARESShareShareSharePrintMailGooglePinterestDiggRedditStumbleuponDeliciousBufferTumblrlast_img read more

  • RBR Student Wins ‘Best in State’ on Alto Clarinet

    first_imgMatt RosenRed Bank Regional (RBR) student and Little Silver resident Matthew Rosen was recently named to the New Jersey All State Wind Ensemble. Matt, a sophomore and woodwind instrumental major in RBR’s Academy of Visual & Performing Arts (VPA), was named to the first chair, Best in State, on the Alto Clarinet. He also auditioned on two other instruments and was named second chair on both the bass clarinet and contra clarinet. He performed with the All State Symphonic Band at NJPAC on Saturday, February 25.This accolade enables Matt to compete for a chair at the All Eastern Symphonic Band Competition. It also renders him eligible for a scholarship to the Mason Gross Symphonic Band camp at Rutgers University, which he will attend this summer.“Making the All State Band has been a goal for me since I learned of these competitions as a freshman,” Matt commented in a press release. “I attribute much of my success to my high school band director, Ms. Kerry McNulty, and my local private teachers, Ms. Jennifer Brush and Mr. John Luckenbill.”In addition to the RBR Band, Matt plays tenor sax in RBR’s Marching and Jazz Bands and soprano clarinet and bassoon in the Concert Band. He has performed in many school-related event ensembles. He also plays for the New Jersey State Youth Orchestra, performing with them at Avery Fisher Hall in Lincoln Center. He also performs each year in the Great Auditorium in Ocean Grove.“I am thrilled to see such a tremendous accomplishment for a student like Matt Rosen who is exceptionally passionate about music and who possesses such an innate ability in the areas of low reed instruments,” RBR Band Director Kerry McNulty said. “Matthew is a truly dedicated student whose drive and overall work ethic will grant him many future successes in music. This is but one achievement of many to come for this talented young man.”last_img read more

  • FOOTBALL: FANAD UNITED 2, BONAGEE UNITED 1

    first_imgKnockalla Caravans Cup ResultFanad Utd. 2Bonagee Utd. 1 You can send reports, results and pictures from any sport to [email protected]: FANAD UNITED 2, BONAGEE UNITED 1 was last modified: April 9th, 2013 by BrendaShare this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pocket (Opens in new window)Click to share on Telegram (Opens in new window)Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window)Click to share on Skype (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new window) Tags:BONAGEE UNITED 1FOOTBALL: FANAD UNITED 2last_img read more

  • GOLF NEWS: NIGEL TRIMBLE IN FINE FORM AT MURVAGH

    first_imgMurvagh Golf News: Captain’s Drive-InThe Captains’ Drive-In took place on Saturday 7th March. The day began with an Ecumenical Service for bereaved members, after which both Captains, Manus and Moragh, showing no sign of nerves, went to the first tee and officially launched the 2015 Golfing Season. The Greensomes competition which followed was played over the front and back nine, with a separate singles competition for the men who had no female partner for the day. Though the day was “fairly windy” there were very good scores returned for each of the nine holes. Winners; Men’s Singles; Nigel TrimbleBack Nine; Winners, Aidan O’Doherty & Gaye McGoldrick, Runners Up, Glenn Patterson & Anna Colhoun.Front Nine; Winners, Frank Shovelin & Carmel Brennan. Runners Up, Paul Murphy & Patsy Harkin.Well done to all the winners and to the large crowd that participated in the event.Men’s CompetitionsSunday 8th March saw the first of the sponsored competitions for 2015, and DONEGAL TOWN HARDWARE sponsored the Sunday competition.Winners of this event were, 1st Dan Callaghan (18), 40 pts. 2nd Seamus Faulkner (11)36pts, bot. 3rd Gerard Gallagher (27) 36 pts, 4th Charles Gallagher (27) 35 pts. Gross Jason Conway (4) 29 pts.The draws for the GUI qualifying competitions are on display in the locker room. The Team Selection committee are asking members to make themselves available for the competitions that they qualify for, by entering their name on the sheet on the notice board. Ladies Competitions.Competitions will be 15 holes for the month of March. Please note that the Competition days for next weekend’s competition sponsored by Quinn Meehan & Co are Sunday 15th and Monday the 16th of March.Junior Registration DayRegistration for Juniors for the 2015 season takes place on Saturday the 21st of March. Mothers Day Lunch Special in the Clubhouse RestaurantKathleen and staff have a Mother’s Day Special available in The Clubhouse Restaurant on Sunday the 15th of March from 1pm to 3.30pm.Have a 3 Course Sunday Lunch at €18 per person or 2 Courses for €15 per personYou can book your place in the Restaurant or on 074 9734953Divotting Evening and Rules Night Table Quiz – Monday 30th MarchA Divotting evening takes place on Monday the 30th of March at 6pm. All members are welcome and light refreshments will be provided afterwards in the Clubhouse. Following the Divotting a Rules Table Quiz will take place at 8pm.Abbey Vocational School ClassicThe Abbey Vocational School Parents Association fundraising Classic takes place on Wednesday the 29th of April.Members Diary & FixturesCopies of the Members Diary and Fixtures book for 2015 are now available in the Club.GOLF NEWS: NIGEL TRIMBLE IN FINE FORM AT MURVAGH was last modified: March 9th, 2015 by Mark ForkerShare this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pocket (Opens in new window)Click to share on Telegram (Opens in new window)Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window)Click to share on Skype (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new window)Tags:golfMurvaghNoticesSportlast_img read more

  • Texas A&M Guard Danuel House Wants To Play Texas Next Season

    first_imgTexas A&M's Danuel House.Much to the chagrin of most fans, Texas and Texas A&M have not played each other in either football or men’s basketball since the Aggies left the Big 12 for the SEC back in 2012. But at least one members of A&M’s hoops team wants that to change in 2015. Junior guard Danuel House, who has one year of collegiate eligibility remaining, wants a shot at the Longhorns this upcoming season. He took to Twitter with his request Sunday morning, and even quoted a phrase from Texas A&M’s Aggie War Hymn about “sawing” varsity’s (Texas’) horns off.I want to play against UT this coming season. #Sawvarsityhornsoff #12thman #Gig3m #GBOD— Danuel23House (@Danuel23House) March 29, 2015It’s unlikely that the two schools find a way to make this happen voluntarily. There is, as always, a chance that they could meet in some sort of postseason contest, however.last_img read more

  • Madhyamik Notable changes in merit list post review

    first_imgKolkata: The merit list of the Madhyamik examination 2019 has undergone an unprecedented change with the results of the review and scrutiny coming to the fore on Wednesday. The new merit list of the Madhyamik examination now has 64 candidates with ranks up to 11 instead of 10. The merit list of the examination that was announced by the West Bengal Board of Secondary Education (WBBSE) on May 21 had featured 51 candidates among ranks up to 10.The most significant change in the list came with Camelia Roy of Raiganj Coronation School securing one mark extra after review. Also Read – Bengal family worships Muslim girl as Goddess Durga in Kumari PujaCamelia had shared the third place along with Bratin Mondal of Santipur Municipal School with both securing 689 marks. However, with Camelia’s marks increasing by one, she stays at the third place with 690 while Bratin slips to the fourth spot. So, all those who had ranked after the duo, suffer a slide in their ranks. The first ranker had scored 694 while two students who ranked second had scored 691. The review and scrutiny results have further seen five new candidates entering into the merit list with an increase in their marks. Also Read – Bengal civic volunteer dies in road mishap on national highwayThese students had failed to make it to the merit list by a narrow margin and had applied for review and scrutiny. Around eight candidates have suffered a nominal dip in their marks, thereby altering their positions in the new list that was unveiled on Wednesday. President of WBBSE Kalyanmoy Ganguly said around 36,874 candidates had applied for review which is 3.51 percent of the total 10,50,397 candidates who sat for the examination this year. 2,703 students had applied for review out of which marks of 683 have changed. Marks of 912 students have changed out of 34,171 who had applied for scrutiny. “For the last few years, there have been some changes in the merit list after review and scrutiny. But this is perhaps for the first time in the history of the Secondary Board when so many alterations have happened,” a senior official of the Board said.last_img read more

  • First allIndigenous rugby team to compete at national level

    first_imgJustin Brake APTN NewsAn old sport is quickly gaining traction among Mi’kmaq youth in the Maritimes.Rugby is becoming so popular on Mi’kmaq and Wolastoqey reserves in New Brunswick and Nova Scotia that youth have formed the first all-Indigenous team to compete at the national level.The Indigenous Spruce will play against New Brunswick, Nova Scotia, P.E.I, B.C. and Ontario in Vancouver this week.“This isn’t really a provincial team for us. I sort of consider this our Mi’kmaq and Maliseet national team,” said Jason Peters, CEO of Aboriginal Sport and Recreation New Brunswick.Given the worldwide popularity of rugby sevens, Aboriginal Sport and Recreation New Brunswick decided to put the ball in the hands of its youth.“We thought, wow, what a great opportunity — all we would need is seven players to actually play,” said Peters.They now have about two-dozen girls and 18 boys on the roster for the U-18 teams.And Peters said he expects 1,500 Indigenous youth will be playing rugby by August.Isaiah Saulis, one of the team’s senior players, says he’s looking forward to playing at the nationals this week in Vancouver.“It’s a great learning experience,” he said. “Playing at the highest level in Canada, at provincials, there’s nothing better that a team can get than that.”Blake Edwards, a coach with Indigenous Spruce, was recruited to visit reserves, introduce youth to the sport, and coach the teams.“That’s the greatest joy I have out of it, seeing kids walking off the field with a big smile on their face, or the beads of sweat coming down their faces as well, knowing they’ve played a hard game — be it win or lose, they still have fun doing it, learning a new game, learning new skillset.”Peters said it’s all about bringing two cultures together.“We’re introducing an old sport to an ancient culture – the Mi’kmaq and Maliseet.”After the Indigenous Spruce compete in the nationals, they’ll be heading overseas to compete against teams in England, Ireland and Wales this summer.Next year, they’re bound for New Zealand.last_img read more