first_imgHuman Resources Business Partner Julian Currie.Julian Currie, human resources business partner at Minimizer, has been honored with the Rochester, Minnesota, Chamber of Commerce Volunteer of the Year award.AdvertisementClick Here to Read MoreAdvertisementCurrie shares the honor with the 10 other members of the Steering Committee for Leadership Greater Rochester (LGR). LGR is a 10-month program that targets and recruits experienced professionals with the goal of developing business and community leaders.“I completed the program myself in 2015 and have been volunteering with the organization ever since,” said Currie.The Rochester Chamber surprised the Steering Committee at its annual awards banquet in January.“It’s humbling and gratifying to share this award with the other members of the Steering Committee,” said Currie. “It’s a program that was very beneficial for me, personally, so serving on the Steering Committee is my own way of giving back.”“We couldn’t be prouder to have such a fantastic business partner and person here at Minimizer,” said Minimizer Chief Visionary Craig Kruckeberg. “Julian is an incredibly selfless person who deserves this award.”LGR and the Steering Committee meet every month throughout the 10-month program, with the group’s focus designed to improve Rochester and the surrounding areas.“During my year in the program, we helped raise funds for the United Way and Rochester Public Library,” said Currie. “The end result expanded the number of mini libraries across Rochester. Our goal was to encourage the area’s youth to read. We ended up with so many books that the surplus will enable the program to continue for the foreseeable future.”AdvertisementIn the future, Currie hopes to lead a class, serving as the group’s guide and mentor as it works its way through the 10-month program.“This is a family. You build lifelong friendships and bonds not only with your fellow classmates, but with other alumni, as well,” said Currie.last_img read more

first_imgPENSACOLA, Fla. – The West Florida baseball team announced six early signees for the 2015-16 academic year.The Argos added Northwest Florida State transfer JT Granat, Pace High School product Tyler Sharp and central Florida high school standouts Matt Sullivan, Troy Brown, Cole Crowder, and Robert Lopez.”I think we did a great job addressing our needs for the next several years with five high school signees and one junior college pitcher,” UWF coach Mike Jeffcoat said. “We have two left-handed and two right-handed pitchers and hopefully our shortstop and catcher of the future. Assistant Head Coach Shane Gierke did a great job identifying those needs and helping set up some young guys coming through our program for the future as well as a junior impact guy.”Newcomers (6)JT Granat – 6’4” – 220 lbs. – RHP – Northwest Florida StateQuote from Gierke: “He’s a big, strong right-handed pitcher who went to Tate High School. We think he can be a rotation guy right away. He’s a three-pitch guy with a good sinker ball that will give you a chance to win every time.”Tyler Sharp – 6’1” – 175 lbs. – SS/RHP – Pace HSQuote from Gierke: “He’s a three-year starter at shortstop at Pace High School, and he’s a right-handed pitcher. We like his bat, and think he’s going to develop into a nice arm on the mound. But when it comes to swinging the bat, he has a chance to do some things as a freshman.”Matt Sullivan – 5’11” – 190 lbs. – C – Dr. Phillips HSQuote from Gierke: “A big focus of ours is trying to find a freshman catcher to come in and have a chance to play right away. Mike Bradley, the head coach at Dr. Phillips High School, is a great friend who does a great job, and his assistant coach is UWF hall of famer Pete Antoske. So anytime we can get someone from Dr. Phillips it’s always a plus.”Cole Crowder – 6’3” – 210 lbs. – LHP/1B – George Jenkins HSQuote from Gierke: “He’s a dual guy who plays pitcher and first base. We think he’s got a huge future on the mound as a left-handed pitcher. He has a good overhand breaking ball. We really like his frame and what he brings to the future on the mound.”Robert Lopez – 6’1” – 180 lbs. – SS – George Jenkins HSQuote from Gierke: “He’s a strong, physical shortstop who has a lot of pop in his bat. He’s got a lot of potential to do big things with the bat. We expect big things from him as a freshman.”Troy Brown – 6’3” – 200 lbs. – LHP – Lakeland HSQuote from Gierke: “He’s another big left-handed pitcher who has a chance to pitch right away for us in a big role. We think his ceiling as a pitcher is really high. His fastball can get up to 88 miles per hour.”For information on all UWF athletics, visit www.GoArgos.com.  #ARGOS#Print Friendly Versionlast_img read more

first_imgThe Telegraph believe Tottenham’s Hugo Lloris is on a shortlist of goalkeepers Real Madrid will make approaches for this summer and that the Spanish club feel he might be easier to land than Chelsea’s Thibaut Courtois.Lloris recently committed his future to Spurs by extending his contract at White Hart Lane to 2022.AdChoices广告The Telegraph nevertheless suggest that the Frenchman will be targeted by Real if Chelsea convince Courtois to stay at Stamford Bridge. Chelsea again linked with Sandro Embed from Getty Images Antonio Conte’s presence at Juventus’ game with Inter on Sunday has led one Italian newspaper to revive a rumour linking Chelsea with Brazilian full-back Alex Sandro.After the Chelsea boss was spotted in the stands, Tuttosport claimed he was there to monitor Juve’s Sandro.The 26-year-old, a Brazilian international, only joined Juventus from Porto in 2015 on a five-year deal. Leverkusen star also linked Embed from Getty Images Some of the latest transfer speculation involving Chelsea.Embed from Getty Images A number of newspapers have picked up on quotes running in Turkey that suggest Bayer Leverkusen midfielder Hakan Calhanoglu wants to join Chelsea.He is reported to have told Turkish newspaper Fanatik: “God willing, I will be a Chelsea player next season. There are also a number of other clubs interested in signing me.”According to the Daily Mail, the Blues have sent scouts to watch the 22-year-old Turkey international, who is currently serving a four-month suspension for breaching a contract with Trabzonspor.  Ads by Revcontent Trending Articles People from Local Area Become Rich – Thanks to This New £250 Investment x This Video Will Soon Be Banned. Watch Before It’s Deleted. x Easy Way to Generate Extra Income x Last Nights Episode Left Viewers Speechless! x £190 Investment To A Second Salary Every Month! x This New Air Conditioner Under £70 with No Installation Necessary is Selling out x Follow West London Sport on TwitterFind us on Facebooklast_img read more

first_imgFor further details on eligibility criteria, event format and prize money please Click Here 2 September 2020, 12:59 ENDS. Horse Sport Ireland are delighted to announce that this year we will be sponsoring an EI110 Eventing Series. This six-part series, proposed by Eventing Ireland, is open to athletes who are members of Eventing Ireland and horses registered with an approved passport issuing organisation and with Eventing Ireland.2019 EI110 National Champions – Sian Coleman & Hush A Bye Baby competing in the CCI3* at Ballindenisk International 2020The top six-placed combinations at each leg of the Horse Sport Ireland EI110 Eventing Series will be awarded points;1st place receives 15 points;  2nd –  10 points;  3rd –  8 points;  4th –  6 points; 5th – 4 points and 6th receiving 2 points.One point will also be awarded to combinations that achieve a double clear in show jumping and cross country. Combinations must compete in two legs of the league to be eligible for the overall prizes at the end of the series. A prize fund of €1,150 will be available for each leg of the series and at the end of the series the top three combinations with the most points will receive an additional €1,000, €700 and €450 respectively.The first leg of this six-part series will take place at Loughnamore, Co; Antrim, on the 5th of September with the final being held at Punchestown, Co; Kildare, on Sunday 11th of October.Commenting on the announcement of this new series, Horse Sport Ireland CEO Ronan Murphy said:“We are delighted to sponsor this new Eventing Series in what has been a very challenging year for the Irish Sport Horse Industry. This new series is specifically designed to increase participation in the exciting sport of Eventing and we are delighted to sponsor this six-part series.”David O’Brien, Chairman of Eventing Ireland added:“On behalf of Eventing Ireland, we would like to thank Horse Sport Ireland for their support in funding this series, which will be welcomed by our athletes and owners. This series will give them an opportunity to showcase their horses at some of our premier national venues as we head into the autumn” The six legs of the league are as follows:Date                                      Venue5th September                    Loughanmore (NR)6th September                    Lisgarvan House 2 (SL)12th September                  Finvoy 2 (NR)20th September                 Grove (MR)3rd October                         Hillcrest 2 (MR)10th October                        Punchestown 2a (SL) Finalcenter_img Home  »  General  »  Horse Sport Ireland Announce Sponsorship of New EI110 Eventing Series 2020 Tags: Horse Sport Ireland Announce Sponsorship of New EI110 Eventing Series 2020 last_img read more