FacebookTwitterLinkedInEmailNEPHI, Utah-Wednesday, during National Signing Day in college football, Juab Football confirmed, via its Twitter account that star defensive lineman Blake Mangelson will be a preferred walk-on at BYU.This past season, Mangelson amassed 54 tackles and 5.5 sacks for the Wasps.Juab football showed their appreciation for Mangelson on Twitter, saying “he’ll do great things.” Written by Tags: Blake Mangelson/Juab football February 6, 2020 /Sports News – Local Juab Football’s Blake Mangelson Is Preferred Walk-On At BYU Brad James
Noah Lachs won yesterday’s election by a margin of 132 votes, with turnout falling just short of Trinity term’s election, the last time officer positions were contested by two slates.Lachs, the Union’s treasurer, defeated Henna Dattani, its secretary by a vote of 782 to 650, the margin of 132 enough to give him victory on the first ballot.#19ideas candidates for librarian-elect, Fran Varley, and secretary-elect, Mia Smith, also won their respective relections. However the last Union officer position, of treasurer-elect, went to #SMART slate member Michael Li.Both Varley and Li’s races were tightly contested, with each in fact receiving fewer first preference ballots than their competitors.The #19ideas slate also picked up three of five Standing Committee seats and five of the eleven positions on Secretary’s Committee. #SMART won the other two Standing Committee seats and four positions on Secretary’s Committee.This is only the second contested Union election since the rules were changed to allow online campaigning and the formation of slates.Results are below. (19) designates members of the #19ideas slate; (S) designates members of #SMART.President-electNoah Lachs (19): 782Henna Dattani (S): 650RON: 44Librarian-electFran Varley (19): 600Ellen Milligan (S): 604RON: 76Treasurer-electMichael Li (S): 592Tycho Onnasch (19): 595RON: 73Secretary:Mia Smith (19): 660Callum Tipple (S): 565RON: 59Standing Committee:Dom Hopkins-Powell (19): 191Lizzie Watson (S): 169Belinda Gurung (S): 166Ira Banerjee: (19): 136Henry Kitchen (19): 127
Also Makes Appointments to Various Boards and CommissionsIndianapolis – Governor Mike Pence today announced his appointments to the Funding Indiana’s Roads for a Stronger, Safer Tomorrow (FIRSST) task force created by House Enrolled Act 1001 during the 2016 legislative session. The bill, signed into law by Governor Pence early this year, provided more than $1.2 billion in new funding for road and bridge preservation and established a task force to develop a long-term funding plan for state highways and bridges.Governor Pence’s appointments include:Don G. Brewer [Orange County], appointed to serve a one-year term through June 30, 2017Mayor Joseph E. McGuinness [Johnson County], appointed to serve a one-year term through June 30, 2017Dennis E. Faulkenberg [Marion County], appointed to serve a one-year term through June 30, 2017Brandye Hendrickson [Hamilton County], appointed to serve a one-year term through June 30, 2017Michael E. Sodrel [Bartholomew County], appointed to serve a one-year term through June 30, 2017Christopher D. Atkins [Hancock County], appointed to serve a one-year term through June 30, 2017The FIRSST task force will meet over the summer and fall months and submit its recommendations to the Governor and Indiana General Assembly by January 1, 2017.Governor Pence also recently made appointments to the following boards and commissions.Indiana Board of AccountancyJenni L. McNaughton [Hendricks County], appointed to serve a three-year term beginning July 1, 2016 through June 30, 2019Bureau of Motor Vehicles CommissionKathy K. Ettensohn [Vanderburgh County], appointed to serve a four-year term through June 15, 2020Indiana Emergency Response CommissionJeffrey W. Larmore [Johnson County], appointed to serve at the Governor’s pleasureCara B. Cyrus [Jefferson County], appointed to serve at the Governor’s pleasureJuvenile Justice State Advisory GroupHon. Rhett M. Stuard [Hendricks County], appointed to serve at the Governor’s pleasureDonald J. Travis [Hamilton County], appointed to serve at the Governor’s pleasureRegional Works CouncilsRobert J. Schacht [Porter County], appointed to serve a two-year term in Region 1 through June 15, 2018Sexual Assault Victim Advocate Standards & Certification BoardKelly L. Vates [Jasper County], appointed to serve a four-year term beginning June 15, 2020Kristin P. Pulice [Hamilton County], appointed to serve a four-year term beginning June 15, 2020Kyle L. Allen [Marion County], appointed to serve a four-year term beginning June 15, 2020Holly A. Renz [Madison County], appointed to serve a four-year term beginning June 15, 2020Dr. Tara L. Harris [Marion County], appointed to serve a four-year term beginning June 15, 2020Samantha L. Walton [Marion County], appointed to serve a four-year term beginning June 15, 202Indiana Utility Regulatory Commission Nominating CommitteeAllen E. Paul [Wayne County], appointed serve a four-year term as Chair through June 15, 202FacebookTwitterCopy LinkEmail
× TIME CAPSULE — With the anniversary of the sesquicentennial fast approaching, the Bayonne Board of Education’s Bayonne 150 celebrations are in full swing. Pictured here are Horace Mann Community School’s addition to the time capsule. Teachers and students did a wonderful job capturing the Tiger spirit. Future generations will certainly smile at Horace Mann’s message of peace and hope.
Catering giant Compass plans to complete the sale of brands, including Upper Crust, Millie’s Cookies and Caffè Ritazza, to new owner EQT Partners after announcing the deal this week.The brands form part of its Select Service Partner (SSP) division, which has 2,000 outlets at airports, train stations and roadside service areas in 26 countries, including the UK and America. EQT, a Swedish private equity group, is to buy SSP’s airports and railway business for an estimated £1.2 billion. Meanwhile, Sydney-based Macquarie Bank is to take over the Moto motorway service station arm and the franchise of Little Chef for around £0.6bn.Compass director of corporate affairs Paul Kelly told British Baker the split must be approved by European and North American competition authorities. But Compass does not anticipate any problems, and the sale is expected to go through in June. Compass has signed five-year supply contracts with the new owners, he added.EQT senior partner Jan Stahlberg said: “We are delighted to be the new owner of SSP. It has a strong management team and operates in an attractive market, with increasing levels of passenger growth globally, in both air and rail. And it fits with EQT’s strategy to invest in companies of with substantial growth and development potential.” EQT works in close co-operation with the management of the companies it acquires, to develop and implement value-enhancing strategies. In total it has invested in 41 companies.Compass, based in Chertsey, Surrey, unveiled plans to sell the units last autumn, to focus on its core contract catering business. The SSP sale follows several profit warnings. Compass said it plans to return £500m from the sale proceeds to shareholders over the next 12 to18 months and make an additional £275m contribution to its pension plan.The deal is likely to be the last under outgoing chief executive Mike Bailey. His replacement, Richard Cousins, will join Compass in June.
Hobart Independent has said it can offer even more ware-washing solutions through its national dealer network, via its extended Ecomax range. This includes three glasswashers, two front-loading dishwashers and three pass-through dishwashers, and caters specifically for small to medium-sized businesses.Ecomax, designed in Italy, has several features including: double-skinned door construction to reduce noise; compact designs, taking into consideration the need for valuable storage space; advanced wash and rinse control, ensuring an efficient high-quality clean; integral detergent and rinse-aid dosing equipment, for a cleaner, more hygienic result; and simple push-button technology for ease of use and operator training.
IndianaLocalNationalNewsSouth Bend Market Twitter (Photo supplied/National Weather Service) Spring brings a greater chance for natural disasters across the country, and that also means we can see the charitable side of people who want to help those that are impacted. But Marjorie Stephens of the BBB reminds us that the desire to do good can also help line the pockets of people looking to take advantage of the generous.You can hear our full discussion by clicking here.An example of a charity you can trust would be the American Red Cross. If you have questions about a group you’ve donated to, whether you lose money or not, you can report it to BBB’s Scam Tracker at BBB.org/ScamTracker and the FTC at ReportFraud.ftc.gov Pinterest WhatsApp Twitter WhatsApp Google+ Facebook By Tommie Lee – March 10, 2021 0 249 BBB: Donate carefully when natural disasters strike this spring Facebook Pinterest Previous articleChanges being discussed for the South Bend Community Schools Code of ConductNext articleElkhart’s EURZ projects can qualify for neighborhood project grants Tommie Lee Google+
Just 12% of UK consumers are aware of acrylamide, according to a new study.The survey by DSM Global Insights Series has revealed that 54% of people in Germany were aware of acrylamide, compared to just 12% in France, the UK and the US.Researchers also found that 70% of consumers who are aware of the chemical are concerned about the potential health effects.Sixty-four per cent of these informed consumers had decided to take action to reduce their acrylamide consumption, such as by adjusting their cooking behaviour.Around half of those surveyed believed the responsibility for acrylamide levels in the products they bought sat with food manufacturers, and just 28% believed regulators should take responsibility.Many food manufacturers have already taken significant steps to reduce acrylamide levels in their products, but the regulatory change and increasing public awareness about acrylamide is prompting further action.The results of the survey show there is still room for the food industry to claim a leadership role in acrylamide reduction, said DSM.Acrylamide, which is a chemical created when foods such as bread and potatoes are cooked for long periods at high temperatures, has been shown in lab tests to cause cancer in animals, and while evidence from human studies on the impact of acrylamide in the diet has been inconclusive, scientific consensus is that it has the potential to cause cancer in humans.In April this year, new EU laws were put into place to establish best practice for acrylamide reduction in food businesses. For the baking industry, this refers to any business that produces or places on the market foods including bread, biscuits, rusks, cereal bars, scones, waffles, crumpets, gingerbread, crackers, crispbreads and bread substitutes.Subscribers to British Baker can read legal expert John Mitchell’s view on the impact of the new legislation here.
Last weekend, a number of celebrities and musicians came together for “A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to Cure Parkinson’s: An Evening of Comedy & Music to Benefit The Michael J. Fox Foundation.” Chaired by Michael J. Fox and his wife Tracy Pollan, as well as Katie Couric, her husband John Molner, Blake Lively and Ryan Reynolds, the benefit featured comedy and musical performances to raise money for Parkinson’s research.One of the highlights of the night came during Dave Matthews’ performance, backed by Steve Jordan and the Super Bowl Banned. Matthews’ welcomed Michael J. Fox to the stage, dressed in his best Marty McFly attire for the jam. Surprisingly the band didn’t play “Johnny B. Goode”, but kept things loose with a blues jam that shifted into the Bob Dylan classic, “All Along The Watchtower.”Watch Matthews, Fox, and more performing at the benefit concert, streaming below courtesy of YouTube user ChesterCopperpot5.[Photo via Jamie McCarthy/MJF2016/Getty]
John Biewen (Scene on Radio) and Chenjerai Kumanyika (Uncivil) will present a live performance of their podcast series “Seeing White,” followed by a panel discussion on solutions and responses to the history and present reality of white supremacy in America.The event will take place on Thursday, Oct. 12 at 7 p.m. at the Harvard Ed Portal at 224 Western Ave., Allston. It is co-sponsored by the PRX Podcast Garage, the Harvard Ed Portal, and Teaching While White.John Biewen’s radio work has taken him to forty American states and to Europe, Japan, and India. He has produced for the NPR newsmagazines, This American Life, Studio 360, American RadioWorks, the BBC World Service, and State of the Re:Union.Chenjerai Kumanyika is a researcher, journalist, an artist who works as an assistant professor in Rutgers University’s Department of Journalism and Media Studies. His research and teaching focus on the intersections of social justice and emerging media in the cultural and creative industries. Currently, Kumanyika is the Co-Executive Producer and Co-Host of Gimlet Media’s new podcast on the Civil War.This event is free and open to the public, however we suggest that you reserve a spot ahead of time:https://edportal.harvard.edu/event/seeing-white