A charity dance in memory of Kathleen Lynch will be held on Saturday the 18th of May to raise funds for the Letterkenny Oncology Unit.Kathleen’s husband Joe Lynch, who is from Carrickmore St Johnston, is having the dance in Maggie’s Tavern St Johnston on the 1st anniversary of his wife’s passing. All funds raised will go directly to the Letterkenny Oncology Unit, which offered a lot of support to Joe and his two children Colm and Claire while Kathleen was going through her cancer treatment. Kathleen’s battle with cancer sadly ended on the 17th of May 2018, when she was 53 years old. The late Kathleen Lynch (nee Coyle) from Carrickmore“I have to thank the Oncology Unit, they were so good to us. Every day we were there, they made it feel like home,” Joe said. The Lynch family want to hold this dance in memory of Kathleen and to also raise funds for the Letterkenny Oncology Unit as they want other families to get the support and help they got while going through the same journey. The Letterkenny Oncology Unit is a team of medical professionals who offer their services to people who are going through cancer treatment and who dedicate their time to the person diagnosed. The dance will be at nine o’clock in Maggies Tavern with music by C.R. Country. There will be spot prizes and tickets for the event are just five euro. All are welcome to enjoy this great night out. Any sponsorship or vouchers which businesses or individuals can donate to the dance would be greatly appreciated.This event will provide support for other local families and will also provide awareness to the Letterkenny Oncology Unit on the hard work they do and the care and support they offer families in these tough times. Charity dance to be held in memory of much-loved Donegal woman was last modified: May 8th, 2019 by Caitlin LairdShare 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:joe spuds lynchKathleen Lynchletterkenny oncology uMaggie’s tavernmemorial dance
It was a close ball game through six innings Friday night at the Arcata Ball Park as the Humboldt Crabs sat tied at 2-2 with the visiting Seattle Studs heading into the seventh inning.And then a five-run outpouring by the visitors in the top of the seventh ended the Crabs’ chances at securing home win number one on the season as the Studs went on to win 7-2.The Crabs began the seventh inning with a pitching change, sending Jordyn Eglite in to relieve the starter Josh Mollerus — who ended his …
9 Books That Make Perfect Gifts for Industry Ex… European upstart music service Spotify just announced that it is putting new limits on its millions of free account holders. “[I]t’s vital that we continue offering an on-demand free service to you and millions more like you,” the company said in its announcement, “but to make that possible we have to put some limits in place going forward.”CNet’s Greg Sandoval reported yesterday that some new limits were coming, based on unnamed but clearly well-informed sources. Free account holders today are able to listen to up to 20 hours of music on-demand, song by song and album by album, each month. The new limits will allow 20 hours for the first 6 months of any user’s new account. After 6 months, free listening will be cut down to 10 hours. That means 20 minutes on average, every day of the month, for free. That’s still generous, as far as I’m concerned.The company will offer free 30 day trials of unlimited listening for the month of May. Here in the United States, Spotify is generally unavailable.Spotify is a joy to use and free account holders are sure to be unhappy about the changes (maybe they should help pay the bills at the company and be happy for the service).Spotify head of communications Jim Butcher Tweeted just hours before the announcement was made that his gumshield (like a mouth protector for boxers) was in. Spotify UI designer Tobias Ahlin said just after the news went public: “This is a day when I’ll be a sad panda and you’ll try to hit me with sticks.” Spotify Chief Product Officer Gustav Söderström : “Very tough day today…”Good luck guys, and thanks for all the music. marshall kirkpatrick 5 Outdoor Activities for Beating Office Burnout Tags:#music#news#web 12 Unique Gifts for the Hard-to-Shop-for People… Related Posts 4 Keys to a Kid-Safe App
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Vasco (Goa), Mar 31 (PTI) Salgaocar FC would look to move to the top half of the table with a win when they take on DSK Shivajians in an I-League match here tomorrow. Salgaocar got a fresh breath of air after they won their last match against Shillong Lajong to move to fifth place with 12 points from 12 matches, the same as Mumbai FC, Shivajians and Aizwal FC. A win tomorrow will take them to fourth place. A win tomorrow will also take the Shivajians, who have played one match less than Salgaocar, to fourth place, displacing Sporting club de Goa to fifth place. The Shivajians have come into the match with a win against East Bengal and will be looking to continue to keep the momentum going, something they have struggled to do throughout the campaign. With skipper Dipanda leading the attack from the front and Douhou Pierre playing the role of an attacking midfielder, the visitors will be looking to breach the rival defence and make amends of their loss at home. The two-week break will help both the teams to recover from injury. Goalkeeper Subrata Paul, who missed the last match due to a finger injury, is back in the side for the visitors. Duffy, who is the leading scorer for the home team, too has recovered from his groin injury. Salgaocar, who won their first match against Shivajians under coach Santosh Kashyap, are expecting a tough fight tomorrow against the visitors. “The win against East Bengal have raised our confidence and we will have to remain focus against them if we are to win tomorrow,” stated Kashyap. Shivajians coach Derrick Pereira too is expecting a tough challenge from his former club. “The team is performing well after initial set back and tomorrow I am looking for an entertaining contest from both the sides. Playing under hot sun will be really challenging as we love to play under floodlight,” he said. “We have struggled initially, not having much time to work with the players especially those who played in the ISL. But now that the team is shaping well and doing good, I want them to continue to win and keep ourselves away from the relegation which is our main object,” stated Pereira. PTI MCS PDS PDSadvertisement
LOS ANGELES — Coach Doc Rivers has said he’ll resign from the Los Angeles Clippers if Donald Sterling remains the owner, the interim CEO testified, saying such a move would be a “disaster” for the franchise.“If Mr. Sterling continues as owner, he does not want to continue as coach,” Richard Parsons said in court on July 22nd, recounting recent conversations with Rivers.His testimony was a rare foray into the basketball side of the Clippers at a probate-court trial that has focused on the narrow question of whether Sterling’s wife, Shelly, can sell the team for $2 billion to former Microsoft CEO Steve Ballmer as the NBA looks to force Donald Sterling from the league over racist statements.Shelly Sterling is scheduled to return to the stand on July 22nd as the final witness, with the two sides returning for closing arguments next week.Parsons, a former Chief Executive at Time Warner and Citigroup who took over leadership of the Clippers in May during the media blitz surrounding the banishment of Sterling, said under questioning by Ballmer’s lawyer that the departure of Rivers would “accelerate the death spiral” of the Clippers.“If Doc were to leave, that would be a disaster,” Parsons said. “Doc is the father figure, the one who leads.” Team representatives said Rivers had no comment on the testimony.Parsons said he fears there would also be an exodus of key players, including team captain Chris Paul, who heads the NBA players union.The judge stopped Parsons from giving an account of his conversations with Paul when an NBA lawyer objected over privacy issues.Parsons said corporate sponsors and season ticket holders would likely be the next to leave. “If your coach leaves, if your players don’t want to play with you, what do you have?” Parsons asked. “If your sponsors leave and the fans leave, it’s going to spiral down and down.”Parsons also said he doesn’t believe that anyone will offer as much money for the team as Ballmer. That opinion was seconded by witness Anwar Zakkour, an investment banker who helped broker the deal for Ballmer’s purchase and said he never expected a bid so big.Explaining why Ballmer would have bid over the value of the team, Zakkour said, “It was a trophy asset.”“This is the highest price ever achieved for a sports team,” he said. “However way you count it, this is an amazing price that anyone should be satisfied with.”Parsons and Zakkour said that if the NBA seized the team and put it up for auction, the price would drop because there would be less certainty about the team’s future.Outside court, Sterling’s lawyer, Bobby Samini, said the billionaire would persist in his opposition to the sale because “he feels he was wronged” by the NBA. “He has no desire to destroy the team,” Samini said. “He is fighting to protect his rights.”Later, Sterling fired off another legal volley, filing a new lawsuit against his wife, the NBA and league commissioner Adam Silver that alleges fraud, breach of contract, unfair business practices and infliction of emotional distress.He claimed, among other things, that he was tricked into being examined by psychiatrists to establish whether he was mentally competent. The NBA declined to comment on the new lawsuit.Shelly Sterling’s attorney called it a “frivolous, last ditch act of desperation” in a statement.“This action shows once more how obsessed he is with ruining a record-setting $2 billion sale of the Los Angeles Clippers,” attorney Pierce O’Donnell said, “a sale that would solve the problems his racist rant started three months ago.”TweetPinShare0 Shares
Bengaluru, Oct 5 (PTI) Bengaluru FC Friday announced Kia Motors India as their new principal sponsor. “To formalise the partnership, Kia Motors India and we have signed an MoU. Kia Motors are our new principal sponsors. We have struck the deal which runs through the end of 2021-22 season,” Bengaluru FC CEO Parth Jindal told reporters here. “For Kia Motors to choose Bengaluru FC as a medium to announce its presence in India is a matter of pride for the club and is a big testament to the fan culture the team has created,” he said. “With Kia Motors, the club is looking forward to doing great things to grow football in India,” Jindal added. The partnership will see Bengaluru FC turn out with the Kia Motors logo emblazoned in the front of the club jersey. Kia Motors’ global sports sponsorship portfolio includes FIFA, UEFA Europa League, Australian Open and LPGA to name a few. Kia Motors CEO and Managing Director Kookhyun Shim said with this tie-up, the company aims to foster and inspire youngsters in India to become a part of the global sports community. “We look forward to an excellent season with memorable experiences for millions of football enthusiasts throughout India,” he said. A the unveiling of the Kia Motors logo-emblazoned jersey, Bengaluru FC captain Sunil Chhetri said: “With this partnership, we are confident of encouraging and strengthening the rapidly evolving football community in India.” PTI BDN SSCSSC
19-year-old Shubman Gill is all set to make his senior national team debut on Thursday when India and New Zealand meet in Hamilton for the fourth ODI in the ongoing five-match series.Gill, who was included in the squad after KL Rahul and Hardik Pandya were sent home over the Koffee With Karan controversy, is set to take captain Virat Kohli’s place in the playing XI. Kohli was rested for the last two ODIs and the upcoming T20I series, starting February 6.India are expected to make a couple of changes to the match-winning XI from the third ODI as MS Dhoni is unlikely to return for the Hamilton tie. The India wicketkeeper-batsman had missed the third ODI in Mount Maunganui with a sore hamstring.Dhoni was spotted training in Hamilton on Wednesday but the team management is opting for a cautious approach and wants him to completely recover from the injury ahead of a hectic limited-overs season, India Today has learnt.Dhoni was in fine form in India’s historic 2-1 win over Australia as he hit three back-to-back half-centuries and won the Man of the Series award. In the only innings (second ODI in Mount Maunganui) he has played in New Zealand, Dhoni made a 33-ball unbeaten 48.In Dhoni’s absence, Dinesh Karthik will continue the wicket-keeping duties and Shubman Gill comes into the XI as a top-order batsman. It remains to be seen where Gill will bat on Thursday as Ambati Rayudu may get a promotion to No. 3 spot.advertisementShubman Gill was one of the stars of India’s U-19 World Cup win in 2018. The young Punjab batsman has gone on to impress at the domestic level and A tours. He scored 728 runs, including a classy double ton, from five matches at an average of 104.00 in the Ranji Trophy 2018-19 season.Speaking to India Today, former India captain Sunil Gavaskar insisted Shubman Gill get opportunities in New Zealand.”Well because the No.3 spot is vacant, I would want to give Shubman Gill a game, give him a couple of games and see how he fares. If he gets to bat, you will get a fair idea how he is taking to international cricket,” Gavaskar said.Captain Virat Kohli had also heaped praise on Shubman Gill while talking up the rich assembly line of youngsters waiting for their opportunities in the senior national team.”I think there are some outstanding talents. We saw Prithvi Shaw grab the opportunity with both hands. Shubman is a very exciting talent and I saw him bat in the nets and I was like wow I was not even 10 percent of that when I was 19,” Kohli had said earlier this week.Gill had said his heart had started beating faster when he received the news of his maiden India call-up earlier this month.”It was late in the night. My heart started beating faster. The messages started pouring in and I rushed to tell my father. It was a special moment,” said Gill.Also Read | Wasn’t even 10 per cent of what Shubman Gill is when I was 19: Virat KohliAlso Read | Rohit Sharma becomes cameraman as Yuzvendra Chahal interviews India’s young brigadeAlso See:
Sioux City’s Jackson Recovery Centers will now be known as Rosecrance Jackson Centers.That’s the newest step in the affiliation between Jackson and the Rockford, Illinois based Rosecrance Health Network.Rosecrance C-E-O Phil Eaton made the announcement at the Jackson Center on West 4th Street:Audio Playerhttp://kscj.com/wp-content/uploads/2019/09/ROSE.mp300:0000:0000:00Use Up/Down Arrow keys to increase or decrease volume.OC……..with Rosecrance Jackson Centers. ;25The two groups began talking about a partnership three and a half years ago to expand and improve behavioral health treatment throughout the Midwest.Jackson C-E-O Kermit Dahlen says that became a reality in January when the affiliation was first announced:Audio Playerhttp://kscj.com/wp-content/uploads/2019/09/ROSE2.mp300:0000:0000:00Use Up/Down Arrow keys to increase or decrease volume.OC…………with excellence. ;11Ellen Nichols chairs Jackson’s Board of Directors and her parents founded the Jackson Recovery Centers back in 1976:Audio Playerhttp://kscj.com/wp-content/uploads/2019/09/ROSE4.mp300:0000:0000:00Use Up/Down Arrow keys to increase or decrease volume.OC………for the community. ;11The partnership officially started January 1st and affords the region an uninterrupted provision of substance abuse services delivered by Jackson Recovery Centers.
Gardner Pinfold Consulting Economists has been selected to review gasoline and diesel fuel regulation in Nova Scotia, said Jamie Muir, Minister of Service Nova Scotia and Municipal Relations today, Jan. 8. “Gardner Pinfold’s experience in the oil and gas industry in general, along with specific knowledge of the Nova Scotia marketplace, makes the firm the best choice to conduct the review,” said Mr. Muir. The review will examine factors that impact the policy goals of regulation, stability of consumer prices, support for gas stations, especially those in rural areas, as well as the cost of regulation for consumers and government. It will also assess the pricing model and recommend any improvements as part of assessing whether the policy is meeting objectives. The estimated cost of the review is $132,000 and the final report is to delivered to the Department of Service Nova Scotia and Municipal Affairs by April 1. After review, it will be released to the public.