Track: Good Weather: FineRace 1 1600 M (Purse $590,000) 3-Y-O & UP CLM($450,0-$400,0)/NB5YO(NW4)*1. #2 UNBREAKABLE OWalker 54.02. #8 TARANTINO DDawkins2 54.0 3-3/4L3. #7 BALLON D’OR LSteadman2 54.5 1-3/4L4. #1 BIGBROWNGREYHOPE RHalledeen 54.0 2-1/2LWIN: $123.00PLACE: $76.00, $93.00, $80.00Final Time : 1:41.2 Splits : 24.1, 47.0, 1:12.4,Winner : 6yo ch colt – TRADITIONAL out of ONEMOREFASHION by CONCERTO (USA)Trainer : WILMOT,JOHNNY S Owner : CARLTON S WATSONBred by HAM STABLES LTD.Quinella : (2,8) $548.00 Exacta : (2-8) $836.00Superfecta : (2-8-7-1) $2,736.00Race 2 1100 M (Purse $500,000) 4YO&UP CLM($180,0)-NOT EARNED $120,0 SINCE 11/11/2016*1. #6 BULLET RAJ RWilson 55.02. #1 AQUILO AChatrie 55.0 2-1/2L3. #5 ALDEBARAN AndrePowell3 53.0 3L4. #3 MAX AndreePowell3 49.0 2LWIN: $97.00PLACE: $61.00, $150.00, $113.00Final Time : 1:09.0 Splits : 23.3, 48.1, ,Winner : 4yo colt – BLUE PEPSI LODGE out of DANCING GOLD byTrainer : PRINCE,TYRONE A Owner : FISHER’S PLACEBred by BAGWANDEEN, WILBERT LIVINGSTONEQuinella : (1,6) $286.00 Exacta : (6-1) $403.00D/E : (2-6) $206.00Superfecta : (6-1-5-3) $1,201.00Race 3 1200 M (Purse $560,000) NB4-Y-O & UP RESTRICTED ALLOWANCE III(NW3O/T)1. #8 LOTTERY TICKET OWalker 53.02. #4 SIMPLY THE BEST DaneNelson 53.5 3-1/4L3. #2 LORD EQUUS SEllis 54.5 Neck4. #3 LIKE A LADY WHenry 52.0 1-1/2LWIN: $391.00PLACE: $111.00, $114.00, $119.00Final Time : 1:12.2 Splits : 22.4, 46.1, ,Winner : 4yo b filly – SEEKING THE GLORY out of JUST A FLUTTER byTrainer : DACOSTA,WAYNE A Owner : ELIZABETH A. DACOSTA & BRUCE D. LEVYBred by BRUCE D LEVYQuinella : (4,8) $1,154.00 Exacta : (8-4) $2,390.00D/E : (6-8) $707.00Superfecta : (8-4-2-3) $10,221.00Rolling Triple : (2-6-8) $2,412.00Race 4 1400 M (Purse $500,000) NB4-Y-O & UP MAIDEN CONDITION RACE*1. #7 KUNAMA WHenry 56.02. #5 SURE STEP SEllis 57.0 6L3. #1 EXPLOSIVE CHARGE AntThomas3 51.0 1-1/4L4. #10 ASTRO OEdwards2 51.0 Sh.Head5. #2 JASON’S GOLD JJackson 56.0 1-1/4LLate scratch : #8 LEEKOUTWIN: $132.00PLACE: $73.00, $86.00, $101.00Final Time : 1:29.3 Splits : 24.2, 48.0, 1:15.0,Winner : 4yo b colt – TWILIGHT TIME out of AKELA by LIVER STANDTrainer : TULLOCH,CONROY D Owner : ROYAL FAMILY STABLESBred by DAVID COLEQuinella : (5,7) $252.00 Exacta : (7-5) $558.00D/E : (8-7) $1,389.00 (8-8) $402.00Trifecta : (7-5-1) $621.00Hi-5 : (7-5-1-10-2) $3,091.00Rolling Triple : (6-8-7) $1,439.00Race 5 1000 M (S) (Purse $768,000) NB3-Y-O MAIDEN SPECIAL WEIGHT (DIV.I)*1. #9 TWILIGHT DREAMS RHalledeen 56.02. #10 RAGE OF THE ANGELS DDawkins2 54.0 11-1/2L3. #2 UNCLE VINNIE SMuir 54.0 6L4. #7 DELPHINIUM WHenry 52.0 1/2LLate scratch : #6 CAPTUREMYSHIPWIN: $72.00PLACE: $55.00, $124.00, $81.00Final Time : 0:59.1 Splits : 22.4, 45.4, ,Winner : 3yo ch colt – TWILIGHT TIME out of SEAOFDREAMS by LAW OF THE SEATrainer : ANDERSON,CARL D Owner : CARL D ANDERSONBred by CARL D. ANDERSONQuinella : (9,10) $316.00 Exacta : (9-10) $311.00D/E : (7-9) $165.00Superfecta : (9-10-2-7) $851.00Rolling Triple : (8-7-9) $828.00Race 6 1200 M (Purse $500,000) NB4-Y-O & UP MAIDEN CONDITION RACE -FILLIES & MARES*1. #11 CRAFTY STAR OWalker 55.02. #3 PROFILE JPatterson2 53.0 Neck3. #2 RUBY ROSE RHalledeen 55.0 7L4. #5 NEWTON’S FIRST LAW OWhite 51.0 1/2L5. #9 PARTY PRINCESS SMuir 53.5 2-1/4L6. #1 PHILIA DDawkins2 49.5 3-1/2LWIN: $100.00PLACE: $61.00, $74.00, $87.00Final Time : 1:14.2 Splits : 23.2, 47.2, ,Winner : 4yo b filly – STORM CRAFT out of STAR OF THE SEA by LAW OF THE SEATrainer : TOMLINSON,PERCY E Owner : JOSEPH & PETER-JOHN RHODENBred by JOSEPH & PETER-JOHN RHODENQuinella : (3,11) $202.00 Exacta : (11-3) $260.00D/E : (9-11) $107.00Trifecta : (11-3-2) $194.00Hi-5 : (11-3-2-5-9) $3,780.00Rolling Triple : (7-9-11) $128.00Super-6 : (2-6-8-7-9-11) $2,292.80Race 7 1000 M (S) (Purse $768,000) NB3YO(NW2)/IMP3YO&UP(MDN)-REST.ALL.II1. #8 SARAH LEE PWilliams 52.02. #9 WONG DON OEdwards2 50.0 Neck*3. #5 STANISLAUS OMullings 51.5 Head4. #2 DON’T BLUSH BABE WHenry 50.0 3/4LLate scratch : #7 THORNHILL MISSWIN: $1100.00PLACE: $119.00, $83.00, $70.00Final Time : 0:59.0 Splits : 22.3, 45.3, ,Winner : 3yo b filly – TAQARUB out of SARAH BARRACUDA by PRIZEDTrainer : SUBRATIE,GARY A Owner : MICHROSBred by MICHAEL BERNARDQuinella : (8,9) $2,029.00 Exacta : (8-9) $6,429.00D/E : (11-8) $3,016.00 (11-7) $113.00Superfecta : (8-9-5-2) $14,650.00Rolling Triple : (9-11-8) $13,372.00Pick-4 : (7-9-11-8) $10,048.00Race 8 1000 M (S) (Purse $768,000) NB3-Y-O MAIDEN SPECIAL WEIGHT (DIV.II)*1. #6 UNFINISHEDBUSINESS RHalledeen 54.02. #5 CLASICAL PRINCESS RStewart 52.0 5-1/4L3. #7 TWILIGHT STORM HLewis 54.0 Neck4. #12 WILLODEEN AntThomas3 51.0 1-3/4L5. #4 AHUAGAIN WHenry 54.0 3/4LWIN: $120.00PLACE: $82.00, $379.00, $84.00Final Time : 1:00.0 Splits : 23.0, 46.4, ,Winner : 3yo filly – PERFORMING MAGIC out of REGENCY byTrainer : NUNES,ANTHONY C Owner : EVERGLADES FARMS LTD.Bred by EVERGLADES FARMS LTD.Quinella : (5,6) $4,164.00 Exacta : (6-5) $5,945.00D/E : (8-6) $5,765.00Trifecta : (6-5-7) $2,204.00Hi-5 : (6-5-7-12-4) $15,194.00Rolling Triple : (11-8-6) $14,593.00Race 9 1800 M (Purse $530,000)3-Y-O & UP CLM($250,0-$210,0)/NB5YO(NW2)&6YO&UP(NW4)1. #9 NO MONEY FRIEND OWalker 56.0*2. #10 MONEYNEVERSLEEP DDawkins2 50.0 Sh.Head3. #2 MARIA’S GLORY AntThomas3 50.0 8L4. #1 CAUSE FOR CONCERN AndrePowell3 52.5 3/4L5. #5 CHIEF SECRETARIAT JErwin 54.0 Head6. #7 ABOVE THE RADAR RWilson 54.0 3L7. #6 TROPICALDEPRESSION LSteadman2 54.5 4-1/2L8. #3 ONE GREAT TRAIN JInnis2 52.0 1-1/2LWIN: $272.00PLACE: 106.00, $92.00, $120.00Final Time : 1:56.0 Splits : 24.1, 48.0, 1:12.4, 1:41.0Winner : 6yo gr/rn colt – STORM CRAFT out of THRILLER by TEXAS PROSPECTORTrainer : MCINTOSH,BORRIS Owner : BORRIS MCINTOSHBred by MARK & SUSAN WATESQuinella : (9,10) $393.00 Exacta : (9-10) $889.00D/E : (6-9) $681.00Trifecta : (9-10-2) $1,316.00Hi-5 : (9-10-2-1-5) $46,909.00Rolling Triple : (8-6-9) $32,256.00PlacePot 8 : (1,6-4,8-5,7-9,10-3,11-8,9-5,6-9,10) $8,752.00CHAIRMAN’S TROPHYRace 10 1500 M (Purse $1,200,000) 3-Y-O & UP GRADED STAKES*1. #6 SEEKING MY DREAM OWalker 57.02. #1 FRANFIELD BebHarvey2 52.5 7L3. #2 HOVER CRAFT JInnis2 48.5 1L4. #3 BRAWN PWilliams 50.0 4-1/2LWIN: $85.00Final Time : 1:13.0 Splits : 24.1, 46.4, 1:10.3,Winner : 5yo ch colt – SEEKING THE GLORY out of ALSAFRA by LEGAL PROCESSTrainer : DACOSTA,WAYNE A Owner : DERRICK C SMITHBred by SHERMAN CLACHAR & NORMAN GORDONQuinella : (1,6) $107.00 Exacta : (6-1) $127.00D/E : (9-6) $332.00Trifecta : (6-1-2) $130.00Rolling Triple : (6-9-6) $621.00Race 11 1200 M (Purse $530,000) NB4-Y-O & UP RESTRICTED ALLOWANCE V(NW2)-FILLIES & MARES*1. #6 EXECUTIVE CHARM OMullings 54.02. #4 FLYING MACHINE DaneNelson 53.5 2-3/4L3. #10 WARTIME DDawkins2 50.0 3L4. #7 MEMORY OF TS AChatrie 52.5 1L5. #9 SHARP SKIRT PFrancis 51.5 1-1/4L6. #5 OCEAN SEEKER RHalledeen 53.5 Head7. #11 SILVER SLIPPERS WHenry 51.0 1-1/4L8. #1 COLLEEN JInnis2 49.0 1-1/4L9. #14 LADY CARMEN DAThomas 51.0 1-1/4LWIN: $156.00PLACE: $68.00, $82.00, $90.00Final Time : 1:13.2 Splits : 23.3, 47.0, ,Winner : 4yo ch filly – HE’STHEREALTHING out of CHARMIN’ DIAZ by PAT N JACTrainer : LYNCH,PATRICK T Owner : OPM RACING STABLESBred by OWEN & SOLOMON SHARPEQuinella : (4,6) $366.00 Exacta : (6-4) $761.00D/E : (6-6) $242.00Trifecta : (6-4-10) $533.00Hi-5 : (6-4-10-7-9) $181,711.00Rolling Triple : (9-6-6) $1,955.00Pick-4 : (6-9-6-6) $2,784.00 (4 OF 4)Super-6 : (11-8-6-9-6-6) $121,377.20 (6 OF 6)Pick-9 : (8-7-9-11-8-6-9-6-6) $500,000.00 (9 OF 9)
Pickford apologised for his blunder but gave a different version of events.“The ball spun and as I tried to flick it over, my hand hit the bar,” he said. “I think it is the Everton luck when we come to Anfield.“It’s not something you can learn and train and get better from. It’s just a freak incident. You move on and get better.“There is always a case as a goalkeeper… if you make an error it will lead to a goal. Unfortunately, it has been me today.”It was a harsh end to a derby in which both Pickford and his opposite number Alisson Becker had produced good saves to keep their rivals at bay.Alisson had some consoling words for Pickford at the final whistle and that was appreciated by the Everton man.“I couldn’t hear what he said exactly but it was nice and it showed a bit of respect,” he said. “That football game was played with respect, there was nothing malicious — just a very good game of football.“It’s unfortunate for me but I think it was a good game for everyone on outside to watch.”Pickford is determined not to let the error derail what has been a good year for him, having established himself as England manager Gareth Southgate’s first-choice by performing well at the World Cup.“I don’t sleep well after many games, really, but we have got a game on Wednesday and I will show people what I can do,” he said.“You can’t practise what happened there in training. You just have to get on with it and I will show you my character.”0Shares0000(Visited 1 times, 1 visits today) 0Shares0000Everton goalkeeper Jordan Pickford reacts after his late mistake allowed Liverpool forward Divock Origi to head a late winner at Anfield © AFP / Oli SCARFFLIVERPOOL, United Kingdom, Dec 2 – Everton goalkeeper Jordan Pickford apologised on Sunday to fans for his blunder that handed Liverpool a 1-0 victory in the Merseyside derby at Anfield but said he is mentally strong enough to bounce back.The England international misjudged a looping, miskicked shot from Virgil Van Dijk, appearing to push the ball upwards before it bounced on top of the bar and into the path of Divock Origi, who had a simple task to head into the open net.
Irish athletics coach Patsy McGonagle.LEADING Donegal athletics coach and Ireland manager Patsy McGonagle has today urged voters to put their communities first in the general election.Mr McGonagle spoke out for the need of government to support the countless community and sporting groups who contribute so much to society in Donegal.He warned: “We can’t do it alone.” “Community groups are a positive and necessary part of society,” said the Finn Valley man.“As we enter a period in which politicians are seeking your support can we in the Finn Valley Centre ask you to consider highlighting the community sector and the needs of same.“We as a community sector can’t do it alone. We need help to ensure the policymakers understand and support us.“These are challenging times with significant changes in how organisations are funded indeed how their vital contribution is, and, will be understood. “The varied community groups, sporting, youth, elderly and local grassroots organisations etc. in Donegal are a vibrant, positive and necessary part of the fabric of this society and perform a vital function in communities. Politicians need a timely reminded of this fact.”In a charter for the election the Finn Valley Centres is urging voters to raise awareness in conjunction with The Wheel, (national representative body), to underline to the incoming government the importance of the following;• respect community and voluntary activity as a central part of Irish life;• appoint a minister for community and voluntary activity;• develop a strategy to support the community and voluntary sector;• produce a funding plan (and where appropriate, a commissioning plan) to enable the sector to thrive; and• ensure regulation supports the sector.Added Patsy: We believe that a strong community sector is vital to ensuring that Donegal, as a county can build on the foundations, and work done, by groups at grassroots level, and, that this work should be supported by the incoming government.” ATHLETICS COACH PATSY URGES VOTERS TO PUT THEIR COMMUNITIES ON ELECTION AGENDA was last modified: February 9th, 2016 by John2Share 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:2016electionpatsy mcgonagle
2 2 A first @premierleague start for Grady Diangana! Chicha replaces the ill Arnautovic. pic.twitter.com/givuyGFNpE— West Ham United (@WestHamUtd) October 27, 2018Arnautovic has often played through the pain barrier for his club this season, with a niggling knee injury hampering his performances slightly. The striker was replaced in the starting XI by Javier Hernandez Arnautovic misses out for the visitors The Austrian has four goals and one assist for the Hammers in the Premier League this campaign and is the focal point for their attacks.With new signings Jack Wilshere and Andriy Yarmolenko on the sidelines as well, the Hammers’ injury crisis seems to be worsening by the week.Winston Reid, Manuel Lanzini, Pedro Obiang, Carlos Sanchez and Andy Carroll are also unavailable for the trip – meaning youngster Grady Diangana gets his first ever Premier League start after impressing in his cameo against Tottenham Hotspur last weekend. Marko Arnautovic was left at home by West Ham United for their trip to Leicester City after struggling with illness in midweek.Boss Manuel Pellegrini opted to pick Javier Hernandez up front in his place, although he will surely have hoped to call on his talisman for the trip to the King Power Stadium. Despite this, his absence will still be a huge blow for the Hammers’ chances of getting three points on Saturday evening.Jamie Vardy was missing from the starting XI for the hosts, with Claude Puel preferring to start with Kelechi Iheanacho up front instead.
“But we’re only going to do all of this if it is absolutely necessary,” Berger said. In El Salvador, President Tony Saca said late Wednesday night that 62 people had been killed, mostly by landslides following days of nonstop rain throughout the country. Nearly 41,000 others fled their homes for 360 shelters set up nationwide. Among those evacuated were residents of Santa Tecla, outside the capital, San Salvador, where a strong earthquake caused a massive landslide in January 2001. Officials have worried that the mountain running alongside the neighborhood might collapse again with heavy rains or another quake. Nine people died in storm-related storms in Nicaragua, including six migrants believed to be Ecuadoreans killed in a boat wreck. Four deaths were reported in Honduras and one in Costa Rica. In the Chiapas city of Tapachula, near Mexico’s border with Guatemala, three people were killed when an overflowing river roared through the city, also carrying homes of wood and metal, civil protection officials said Wednesday. Three other Chiapas residents were confirmed dead, as flooding forced hundreds of evacuations. SAN SALVADOR, El Salvador – Heavy rains pounded Central America for a fourth day Wednesday, pushing rivers over their banks, flooding communities and unleashing at least two deadly mudslides as the region’s death toll increased to more than 150 people. Hurricane Stan, which had helped spawn rainstorms in Central America, weakened to a depression over the southern state of Oaxaca on Wednesday, a day after making landfall along Mexico’s gulf coast. But punishing rains continued in parts of Central America and southern Mexico. Heavy rains brought flooding and mudslides to 88 communities in neighboring Guatemala, where officials reported 79 people killed and 49 injured. That tally included a mudslide that buried several homes and claimed 15 lives near the tourist destination of Lake Atitlan, about 60 miles west of the capital, Guatemala City, according to volunteer firefighters. Guatemalan President Oscar Berger called on Congress to declare a national state of emergency, allowing the government to force evacuations of dangerous areas, set prices on emergency supplies and provide federal coordination of relief efforts. President Vicente Fox paid a visit to the area, where heavy rains continued to fall. Later, he said from Mexico City, “we ask families there in Chiapas to first dedicate all of their attention to protecting their lives, their health and family members.” Tapachula was largely cut off from surrounding areas as major highways, roads and bridges were left under water. “Sadly, we know it’s going to keep raining,” Chiapas Gov. Pablo Salazar said. 160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set!
4×400-Meter Relay10. Drake, 3:24.71 Triple Jump2. Taryn Rolle, 40-6.75 Complete Results (PDF) Mile16. Morgan Garcia, 5:10.36 800 Meters43. Danielle Griesbaum, 2:17.0850. Kayla Giuliano, 2:22.28 Drake Individual Men’s Results400 Meters10. Bas Van Leersum, 47.8425. Hudson Priebe, 48.9346. Malik Metivier, 50.36 800 Meters48. Xavier Lechleitner, 1:56.1750. George Webb, 1:56.31 Story Links Drake Individual Women’s Results400 Meters18. Rai Ahmed-Green, 56.9225. Ebele Okoye, 57.64 4×400-Meter Relay8. Drake, 3:50.34 Mile38. Chris Kaminski, 4:19.70 AMES, Iowa – The Drake University track and field teams recorded three performances that rank in the top-10 all-time at Drake and nine personal bests during the second day of the Iowa State Classic Saturday.”Today and was a great day for the team,” said co-interim head coach LaRon Bennett. “I asked them to give their best and expect great results.”Early in the afternoon, junior Mary Young (Urbandale, Iowa) continued to lower her personal best by clocking a time of 8.37 in her preliminary heat of the 60-meter hurdles. That time was the second fastest in school history and fastest qualifying time of the day. Later she took second in the final of the event in 8.39.”Mary had monster PR in the hurdles,” Bennett added. “We had a game plan that she executed it perfectly, but even I was shocked when I saw 8.37.”The Bulldogs’ 4×400-meter relay team also turned in the sixth fastest women’s time in school history with a time of 3:50.34 to take eighth place. Iowa State Classic – Feb. 11Ames, Iowa – Lied Athletic Recreation Center 60-Meter Hurdles (Final)2. Mary Young, 8.39 High Jump12. Forest Moses, 6-6.75 Triple Jump3. Johnathan Osifuye, 48-3.25 Shot Put21. Brittani Griesbaum, 27-7.5 Print Friendly Version Select Drake athletes return to competition next weekend at Nebraska for its final tune-up before the MVC Indoor Championship.”We will rest most of the team next weekend, in preparations for the conference meet in two weeks,” Bennett said. “But I’m so proud of this family and what they’ve done so far this season.” Photo Gallery 60-Meter Hurdles (Prelims)13. Hudson Priebe, 8.4323. Dominic Lombardi, 8.60 For the men, Johnathan Osifuye (Woodbury, Minn.) finished third in the triple jump with a mark of 48-3.25, a personal best for the junior and the sixth-longest jump in school history. In the women’s triple jump, Taryn Rolle (Nassau, The Bahamas) was second with a jump of 40-6.75. On the track, Bas Van Leersum (Zaandam, The Netherlands) was 10th in the 400 meters in 47.84, a time that was just a third of a second off of his school record pace. Complete Results (HTML) 60-Meter Hurdles (Prelims)1. Mary Young, 8.3713. Victoria Coombe, 9.02
Two goals in three minutes from Jon Toral put Brentford in command at half-time – and they were further boosted when the visitors went down to 10 men just before the break.Brentford looked lively from the start, with Andre Gray prominent, and it took them just 16 minutes to break through.The goal was created by Jonathan Douglas, who slid the ball across for Toral who finished clinically.And the Bees doubled their lead almost immediately, with Toral nodding home at the back post.Struggling Blackpool, who had to make two changes in the first half, did come close to reducing the arrears through Joe Rothwell.But their task was made that bit harder in the closing minutes as Charles Dunne was sent off for a late challenge on Jota.Brentford (4-3-2-1): Button; Odubajo, Dean, Tarkowski, Dallas; Douglas, Diagouraga; Jota, Pritchard, Toral; GraySubs: Bonham, Craig, Saunders, McCormack, Smith, Yennaris, Long.Follow West London Sport on TwitterFind us on Facebook
[vemba-video id=”van/sc/2019/04/25/bang_ac903fa5-bacd-4777-9ec7-5b9b32755cb1″]Warriors forward Kevin Durant says since he arrived in the Bay Area, he’s found that his team has a tendency to relax when they have a big lead.During a postgame briefing, he said that’s what the Los Angeles Clippers are waiting for, and that was part of the reason his team lost momentum in the 129-121 Game 5 loss. He said the Warriors’ missteps opened the door for the Clippers because Los Angeles was playing loose. …
28 April 2011Global satellite navigation provider Garmin is to acquire Garmin Distribution Africa, the distributor of Garmin’s automotive, outdoor recreation, fitness and marine products in southern Africa, for an undisclosed sum.“We are happy to welcome our South African team into the Garmin family,” Garmin chairman and CEO Min Kao said in a statement this week. “GDA has been our South African distributor for nearly two decades, and this acquisition will only strengthen our ties to our retailers and customers in this region.”After the acquisition is completed, the company will be renamed Garmin Southern Africa, and will continue operations at its current headquarters and warehouse facility located near Johannesburg, which employs approximately 70 associates.Confidence in South Africa“We have worked hard to grow the Garmin brand in South Africa,” said GDA chief executive Richard Fearon. “Once we are fully integrated into the Garmin fold, we expect to grow the business even more in our rapidly growing region.“This transaction demonstrates the confidence that Garmin has in South Africa, and the importance that it places in our office as being key to further developing Garmin’s African business.”The completion of the acquisition is subject to the negotiation and execution of a definitive acquisition agreement, the completion of legal and financial due diligence and regulatory approvals.The acquisition is expected to be completed in June 2011.SAinfo reporterWould you like to use this article in your publication or on your website? See: Using SAinfo material
Share Facebook Twitter Google + LinkedIn Pinterest Twelve young Ohioans have been named recipients of $1,500 college scholarships from the Ohio Farm Bureau Federation Foundation. Supported by the Ohio Farm Bureau Federation, the foundation annually recognizes Ohio students for their academic effort, engagement in their communities and career interests that link agriculture to community service, education or scientific research.Scholarship winners for 2015 are Brooke Anderson of Xenia, Emily Bauman of Otway, Kristen Eisenhauer of Shiloh, Amy Jo Frost of Bloomingburg, Nicki Gordon-Coy of Carrollton, Brianna Gwirtz of Shelby, Rachel Hand of Lewis Center, Ella Grace Jackson of De Graff, Matthew Klopfenstein of Haviland, Abigale Motter of Mansfield, Amanda O’Reily of Middlefield and Lindsay Overmyer of Fremont. Ohio Farm Bureau Foundation Scholar AwardFrost, Motter and Overmyer are recipients of the Ohio Farm Bureau Foundation Scholar Award, which recognizes students for academic effort, community service and career interests that use agriculture to enhance the partnership between farmers and consumers. Frost is a 2009 graduate of Miami Trace High School, 2014 graduate of Ohio State University and is currently pursuing a master’s degree in agricultural and extension education. Motter is a 2015 graduate of Crestview High School and will attend Ohio State University in the fall, studying animal science. Overmyer is a 2013 graduate of Fremont Ross High School and is currently attending Wilmington College. Women’s Leadership in Agriculture ScholarshipAnderson, Gordon-Coy and O’Reily were honored by The Women’s Leadership in Agriculture Scholarship Program, which was established by the Charlotte R. Schmidlapp Fund, Fifth Third Bank, Trustee. The fund is one of the oldest in the nation and supports academic institutions, social service and charitable organizations providing opportunities “to ennoble, to uplift and to strengthen the lives of young women.” Anderson is a 2015 graduate of Cedarville High School and will be attending Ohio State University in the fall. Gordon-Coy is a 2003 graduate of the University of Akron and is pursuing a master’s in agriculture integrated resource management from Colorado State University. O’Reily is a 2015 graduate of Notre Dame-Cathedral Latin School. Darwin Bryan ScholarshipBauman, Eisenhauer and Klopfenstein are winners of the Darwin Bryan Scholarship. The program commemorates Darwin R. Bryan, whose enthusiastic leadership during his 37 years of service to Ohio Farm Bureau has been an inspiration to rural youth throughout Ohio. Bauman is a 2015 graduate of Ohio Valley Career and Technical Center and will attend Ohio State University to study community and extension education and integrated language arts/English education. Eisenhauer is a graduate of Shelby Senior High School. Klopfenstein is a 2014 graduate of Wayne Trace High School and currently studying agricultural engineering at Ohio State University. Cindy Hollingshead ScholarshipGwirtz, Hand and Jackson are winners of the Cindy Hollingshead Scholarship. The program was established in memory of Ohio Farm Bureau’s 39-year executive secretary who passed away in 2011. Hollingshead was instrumental in the development of Ohio Farm Bureau’s service to its members and a leader in her community. Gwirtz is a 2014 graduate of Shelby High School and is currently attending Ohio State University Agricultural Technical Institute. Hand is a 2015 graduate of Olentangy High School and will attend Michigan State University in the fall. Jackson is a 2015 graduate of Riverside High School. Families and individuals wishing to establish their own life gifts to enhance scholarships and service programs have the opportunity to become involved in the Ohio Farm Bureau Foundation Bequest Society. More information on these and other programs can be found at www.ofbfoundation.org.