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first_imgInterested parties should state performance, net of fees, to the end of 2013.The closing date for applications is 6 March.The IPE.com news team is unable to answer any further questions about IPE-Quest tender notices to protect the interests of clients conducting the search. To obtain information directly from IPE-Quest, please contact Jayna Vishram on +44 (0) 20 3465 9330 or email jayna.vishram@ipe-quest.com. A “Swiss-UK” pension fund has tendered a $50m (€36.5m) global hedge fund mandate using IPE-Quest.According to search QN1398, the investor will consider replicator strategies only.The passive mandate will target a “minimum tracking error” based on the Barclay Hedge Fund, Credit Suisse Hedge Fund or HFRI FoF indices.Asset managers should have at least $1bn in assets under management and a minimum track record of five years.last_img read more

first_imgRailpen, Standard Life/Aberdeen, Franklin Templeton, CDC, FRR, Foreningen NLP, Westerbrink, Folksam Liv, AMNT, SFAMA, Northern Trust, AXA IM, FRC, La Francaise, FCA, AGH, Aon HewittRailways Pension Scheme (Railpen) – The multi-employer scheme for the UK’s railways industry has named Leo George as head of sustainable ownership, replacing Deborah Gilshan who will leave to join Standard Life at the end of March. George joined the pension scheme in 2009, and has overseen asset allocation for pooled funds, thematic investment research, and investment strategy. In his new role he will be responsible for “integrating sustainable ownership considerations” for public and private market investments, Railpen said. Railpen also plans to hire an additional “senior governance professional” to its sustainable ownership team.Standard Life/Aberdeen – The two asset managers, who announced a merger on 6 March, have moved to clarify how their respective chief executives will co-operate when they begin sharing the role post-merger. It followed questions raised in the media coverage of the deal about whether Martin Gilbert, CEO of Aberdeen, and Keith Skeoch, CEO of Standard Life, can successfully work together as co-CEOs.According to a statement released by the companies, Skeoch will be responsible for the day-to-day running of the combined business, including its investment, pensions, and savings businesses. He will also oversee insurance joint ventures in India and China, as well as operations, finance, human resources, “risk and regulatory culture”, legal, and secretariat functions. Gilbert’s responsibilities will include “international activities, distribution including client engagement and business development, marketing, and corporate development”, the companies’ statement said. The pair will share responsibilities as members of the executive committee, developing strategy and objectives, and monitoring performance.Franklin Templeton – Mark Mobius, veteran emerging markets investor and executive chairman of Templeton Emerging Markets Group, is to step down as named manager on 12 of the US-based asset manager’s suite of funds in the next two months. The group said the move was part of the “ongoing evolution” of the company. Most of the fund managers taking on official responsibilities have been the lead decision makers on the funds for some time.Caisse des Dépots et Consignations (CDC) – The pension division of the French state-owned investment group has made two new hires. Anne-Laure Genty will be joining as senior specialist for sustainability, leaving a role in the French environment ministry. François Tirmarche, meanwhile, will join as deputy to Caroline Le Meaux, head of delegated management at CDC. Tirmarche is currently fixed income director at Fonds de Réserve pour les Retraites (FRR), the French pension reserve fund.LD/Foreningen NLP – Lars Wallberg, finance director at Denmark’s LD pension fund, has been hired by Foreningen NLP (NLP Association) – a fund which owns 25% of Nordea Life & Pension – as its new chief executive. Wallberg will take up the post on 1 June. He has been in his current job at LD since 2011, and was previously CFO at LD and finance director at Sampension. Wallberg will be responsible for managing the association’s assets of more than DKK8bn (€1bn) for its members and charitable activities, as well as building up the association’s secretariat.Westerbrink – Pensions lawyer Hans van Meerten is to join pensions consultancy Westerbrink as partner in April. At Westerbrink, Van Meerten is to focus on national and international individual defined contribution. At year-end, Van Meerten left law firm Clifford Chance, where he had worked since 2011. Van Meerten said that he would also keep on being active for law firm Coupry, and that he will also stay on as professor for international pension law at Utrecht University.Folksam Liv – Lars Ericsson, chief executive of the Stockholm Consumer Cooperative Society (Konsumentföreningen Stockholms), has been proposed as the new chairman of the board of Folksam Liv. Nominations will be voted on at the company’s AGM on 20 April.Association for Member Nominated Trustees (AMNT) – Leanne Clements has been appointed “Red Line Voting” campaign manager, effective from April. Clements was previously the responsible investment manager at the Pension Protection Fund (PPF). She resigned from her role at the PPF last autumn. Clements will support the adoption and implementation of the Red Line Voting policies, a set of voting instructions covering a range of environmental, social and governance issues.SFAMA – The Swiss asset management association has a new board member: André Bantli, managing director, head of retail-wholesale business for Switzerland, the Middle East and Africa at BlackRock in Switzerland. Bantli is also a member of BlackRock Switzerland’s executive committee.Northern Trust – The service provider has made a number of changes to senior roles in its institutional business. Penelope Biggs is now chief strategy officer for corporate and institutional services, alongside leading the group’s global marketing. Toby Glaysher has been named head of global fund services international, and Clive Bellows takes the same role for Europe, the Middle East, and Africa. Jon Dunham is now head of global sales, having previously led the sales team in the Americas, and Robert Frazer has transferred from leading Northern Trust’s UK pensions business to country head for the Middle East.AXA Investment Managers (AXA IM) – Andrew Douglas has joined as an associate director to the asset manager’s UK institutional sales team, focusing on insurance clients. He joins from BMO Global Asset Management where he was a senior sales associate.Financial Reporting Council (FRC) – Paul Cox, an adviser to the National Employment Savings Trust, has joined the auditing watchdog’s audit and assurance council, along with Olivier Beroud, a consultant and former head of Moody’s in Europe.La Francaise – Kay Scherf has been hired to lead the asset manager’s sales team in Germany. He previously worked for AXA Investment Managers for 10 years, latterly as director of wholesale. Prior to AXA IM, he was a trader and portfolio manager at JP Morgan Asset Management. At La Francaise, Scherf will help expand on what the company sees as “considerable growth opportunities” in the German market, particularly for fixed income.Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) – Nick Stace has been appointed non-executive director to the board of the UK regulator for a three-year term from 1 April. He is currently chief executive of the Royal College of Veterinary Surgeons, but has held senior roles at several consumer groups, including Which? in the UK and Choice in Australia.AGH – Pensions provider Administratie Groep Holland has appointed Peter Krul in the newly created position of director for operational affairs. He will become responsible for ICT as well as investments and integral risk management. Krul joined from the €18bn provider and asset manager SPF Beheer, where his roles included head of automation, operational director, and ICT director during 10 years at the company. AGH has extended its business after taking on the industry-wide schemes for butchers (Slagersbedrijf) and millers (Molenaars) as new clients.Aon Hewitt – The consultancy firm has named Marlon Sahetapy as principal consultant in a new position at its global retirement and investment practice. He will be tasked with extending the company’s position in the fiduciary market in the Netherlands. Sahetapy has been an independent consultant for the past four years, serving asset managers and pension funds on business and product development, focusing on non-listed investments.last_img read more

first_imgBoys SoccerBatesville Varsity blanked Jac-Cen-Del 4-0 on WRBI.Girls SoccerBatesville winners over Seymour.  Varsity score was 3-2.  JV 6-0.Batesville vs. Seymour (9-5)Articles submitted by Tracy Meyer, Lauren Green, and Kyle Laker.Oldenburg Academy defeats Centerville 8-2.Oldenburg Academy vs. Centerville Girls Soccer (9-5)Submitted by Var Vee.South Ripley whitewashed Southwestern Hanover 7-0.South Ripley vs. SW-H Girls SoccerJeff Cumberworth recorded stats for the game.  Submitted by Caroline Cumberworth.Greensburg and Madison battled to a 2-2 tie.Greensburg at Madison Consolidated (9-5)Submitted by Var Vee.VolleyballEast Central won against Lawrenceburg 17-25, 25-18, 25-20, 25-18.East Central at Lawrenceburg (9-5)Submitted by Var Vee.Batesville and St. Nicholas Middle School teams split matches.St. Nicholas 7th won by the scores 25-22; 9-25.Batesville 8th rallied in the second and third games to win by the scores 15-25; 25-19; 15-7.Submitted by Batesville Coach Shelly Prickel.FootballBatesville 7th victorious over Shelbyville 28-0.For Batesville, Quinn Werner opened the scoring with a 7 yard TD run.  Luke Belter ran in the 2 point conversion.  Trey Heidlage followed with a 20 yard TD run and Austin Siefert ran in the conversion for a 16-0 halftime lead.  Werner had another TD run, this time going for 24 yards.  Belter finished the scoring on a 40 yard TD run. The defense was led by the consistent pass rushing of Zach Jones, Adam Bedel, and Tyler Myers.  Werner added an interception.  Submitted by Batesville Coach Tony Gausman.SwimmingSunman Dearborn Middle School Boys beat South Dearborn 112-35.Sunman Dearborn Middle School Girls won 110-46.Another record setting night by the SDMS Trojans as two school records we’re broken on Thursday against the South Dearborn Squires.  The boys were victorius 112-35 while the girls won 110-46.  Alexis deLong broke the 50 backstroke and the 100 freestyle school records.  Individual Winners include:   Mackenzie Schantz-200 Freestyle; Alex Ketcham-100 Individual Medley, 100 Freestyle; Alexis deLong-50 Freestyle, 100 Freestyle; Jackson Ketcham-50 Freestyle, 400 Freestyle; Courtney Robbins-50 Butterfly;Grace Crane- 400 Freestyle, 100 Backstroke;Noah Arnold-100 Backstroke;Alex Disbro-100 Breaststroke; and Klay Shipman-100 Breaststroke. SDMS won all four relays and are a combined 8/8 on relays this season.  Our next meet is at home against Richmond Middle School on Tuesday.  Come out and Suppor the SDMS Aqua Trojans.  Submitted by SDMS Coach Brandon Loveless.Cross CountryBatesville Boys and Girls Ripley County Champs.Boys:  Batesville 25, South Ripley 47, JCD 64, Milan Inc.For Batesville, Cole Nuhring was the third different Bulldog to lead the pack to the finish line this season crossing in second place in a time of 18:20.  The county Championship team also included Garrett Yorn (18:37, 4), Caleb Moster (18:42, 5), Connor Bell (18:42, 6), Alex Batta (19:13, 8), Peter Heil (19:29, 9) and Trent Barnett (19:54, 12).  The Bulldogs had 6 runner in the top 10 receiving All County honors (Nuhring, Yorn, Moster, Bell, Batta, and Heil).  9 out of the 11 Bulldogs ran season’s best times with Batta, Heil, Clay Yeaton, and Elliot Main setting new personal records. Calvin Lehman was the individual race winner in the Open/Reserve race in a time of 18:27.  Coaches Comments:  ‘Another good night for our team.  We were glad to see some faster times and now we hope to continue to improve.’  Batesville Coach Thomas Barnett.Batesville Girls Cross Country Team scored a perfect score of 15  points.  Grace Yeaton was the individual County Champ crossing the line at a personal best of 20:51.  5 other Bulldogs were awarded to the All County team by placing in the top 10 of the race and they were Kelsey Gausman, 2nd, Mary Poltrack, 3rd, Sarah Poltrack, 4th, Maria Wessel, 5th and Kylie Lehman, 7th.  Liz Cuttle also  ran in the varsity race and placed a respectable 12th.  Lauren Eckstein was the  overall winner of the reserve race with a winning time of 23:33.  Besides Grace, 7 other Bulldogs ran personal bests and they were Kylie Lehman, Katie Baumer, Heidi Shaw, Destini Taylor-Fathman, Jamie Day, Pilar Bermejo Garcia and Candice Roell.  The Bulldogs next competition will be Tuesday for the East Central Invitational.  Submitted by Batesville Coach Lisa Gausman.The Batesville Middle School boys won their cross country meet against Milan, Jac-Cen-Del and Rising Sun.  Isaac Barker won the boys race followed by Jackson Wooldridge, 3rd, Grant Meyers, 4th, Ethan Grossman, 8th, Henry Lipinski, 9th, Adam Moster, 10th, Evan Vogelsang, 11th, Nate Robinson, 12th, and Jayden Beal 13th.The Batesville Middle School girls finished 2nd to Jac-Cen-Del in their meet against Milan, Jac-Cen-Del and Rising Sun.  Emma Gausman won the girls race, followed by Audrey Weigel, 4th, Audrey Maupin, 7th, Gabby Gibbs, 8th, Liz Loichinger, 10th, Sydney Jorgensen, 11th, Tasha Mayer, 12th, Carly Fitzpatrick, 14th, and Melanie Werner 16th.Submitted by Batesville Coach  Derek Suits.last_img read more

first_imgMiami Beach Police on Wednesday released body camera video, photos, and the 911 call from the night when they found former Florida Democratic gubernatorial candidate Andrew Gillum in a hotel room with another man who was being treated for a possible drug overdose.Ernesto Rodriguez, the police department’s public information officer, said in an email sent with the photos and documents that much of the body camera footage was redacted because state law keeps footage confidential when it id taken in a place where privacy is expected.“Accordingly, the City of Miami Beach has redacted certain portions of those body camera recordings provided (and has also completely redacted another body camera recording) which were taken entirely within the interior of a hotel room,” Rodriguez wrote.The incident occurred March 13 at a hotel on West Avenue.The crime scene images show open pill bottles with pills scattered around, as well as a messy bed, beer bottles, duffel bags, clothes on the floor, and three small bag containing a white substance, which is suspected to be narcotics.Gillum, according to the police report, was “unable to communicate with officers due to his inebriated state.”He later admitted that he had too much to drink at a wedding.Photo courtesy: Miami Beach Police Department Mr. Gillum, who is the former mayor of Tallahassee, apologized for the situation, denied taking meth, and entered a rehabilitation facility for treatment of alcohol abuse.His apology also stated that he planned to step down from “all public facing roles,” for the foreseeable future.“This has been a wake-up call for me,” Gillum said in a written statement at the time. “Since my race for governor ended, I fell into a depression that has led to alcohol abuse. I witnessed my father suffer from alcoholism and I know the damaging effects it can have when untreated. I also know that alcoholism is often a symptom of deeper struggles.“last_img read more

first_img StumbleUpon SBC Magazine Issue 10: Kaizen Gaming rebrand and focus for William Hill CEO August 25, 2020 Share PokerStars moves to refresh global appeal with ‘I’M IN’ August 18, 2020 Related Articles ‘Deal maker’ Rafi Ashkenazi ends Flutter tenure  August 27, 2020 Submit Share Red Tiger Gaming has announced a new partnership with William Hill, who in turn have become the first Gibraltar licensed operator to have have access to its full suite of products.Under the terms of the deal, Red Tiger’s online casino games portfolio and player management software are to be integrated.WIlliam Hill Vegas is the first platform to feature the games, with customers now able to compete for daily jackpots built onto the Red Tiger platform.Hills Games tab is to have the games available soon, while the company’s Asian themed games are to exclusively populate the Macau tab. Graeme Powrie, Gaming Commercial Director at William Hill, said: “Going live with Red Tiger is very exciting for us. This partnership proves that we are dedicated to offering William Hill customers the very best gaming experience possible.”Red Tiger, who plan to launch in excess of 100 games over the course of the next three years, have provided leading titles such as Arcade Bomb, Lucky Wizard and Totem Lightning.In addition William Hill is to also benefit from the casino game developers progressive jackpot software and smart spins marketing tool, which will take a variety of bonus mechanics and targeting options and seamlessly delivery promotions via an in-game dialogue module.Gavin Hamilton, Managing Director at Red Tiger Gaming, said: “We are delighted to have become such a significant partner to William Hill. “We are very excited to provide them with our games and casino platform as they enter a new era of product excellence. “William Hill is one of the most prestigious operators and this deal exemplifies our core strategy to supply well regulated casino operators with market leading products.”Red Tiger now plans similar roll outs across other major Gibraltar operators, which this latest deal following recent agreements made with PokerStars, Betsson, GVC.last_img read more

first_imgThe Bank of Africa Group, Ghana is for the third time sponsoring two Ghanaian athletes to participate in the 6thedition of the Bank of Africa International Marathon which is scheduled to take place in Bamako, Mali on the 2nd of February 2014. The sponsorship worth GHC 20,000.00 covers two male athletes, one coach and a journalist. The entire team leaves Ghana on January 31 and makes a return on February 3. Speaking at the media briefing on Wednesday at the Bank’s headquarters Mr. Festus Kwofie  (Financial Manager) said his outfit has always empathize with the people of Mali and will always support this annual event to develope budding marathoners in the country.“So long as we are in this country we will continue to support the sport for Ghana to get the best of sportsmen for future tournaments. As a Bank rooted in Mali we are doing this to boast the people of Mali”, Mr. Festus Kwofie said.  “With time we’ll increase our budget for the event and we are very hopeful that the team we are sending will perform this time winning the ultimate”, Festus koufie added.The two athletes, Rajj Alakple and Godwin Adukpo could not hide their joy and promised to reciprocate by bringing home the ultimate to mother Ghana this time, as a sign of appreciation to the Bank of Africa Ghana Group. The men over the age of 18 years will run a distance over 42.125 km equivalent to the annual Milo marathon distance run every annually in Ghana. The participating countries for this year’s event include; Ghana, Mali, Kenya, Senegal, Madagascar, Niger, Benin, Burkina Faso, Tanzania and Ivory Coast.last_img read more

first_imgNotably, he talked about Ivica Zubac, the third-year center, who was traded with Michael Beasley to the Clippers in exchange for Muscala. Zubac has overlap as a player with JaVale McGee and Tyson Chandler, while Muscala’s shooting and ability to stretch defenses gave the Lakers more versatility.In the end, the Lakers decided Muscala could help the team make the playoffs this season more than Zubac could. That didn’t make the call simple.“There’s not a lot of sleep the week before the trade deadline just kind of thinking through all the scenarios and thinking through how things will fit and thinking through the lives of people that you’ll impact,” he said. “So I would definitely say it’s easier to be on the other side where a decision is made and you just have to respond.” AD Quality Auto 360p 720p 1080p Top articles1/5READ MOREUCLA alum Kenny Clark signs four-year contract extension with PackersHe added: “And then much like Brady did, we let one of the all-time greats – LeBron – take the helm for this team and make some noise.”That’s the Lakers’ organizational attitude after the trade deadline: They made some tweaks, and now it’s time to let the team charge back into the playoffs. After dealing for wing Reggie Bullock and forward Mike Muscala, two players with shooting pedigrees who can space the floor, Pelinka said the expectation is to be among the top eight teams in the Western Conference for the first time since 2013.As Pelinka spoke to reporters via conference call Friday afternoon, the Lakers stood one loss behind the Clippers and the Sacramento Kings in the standings, with the Utah Jazz and San Antonio Spurs in striking distance as well.With their trades, the Lakers also created an open roster spot that can be used to pull a player off the buyout market. Though Pelinka declined to discuss names, the Lakers are believed to be looking at players such as Carmelo Anthony and Markeiff Morris, both recently waived by their respective teams. Any addition will be made with the hopes of bolstering postseason ambitions.“I think we – really, Jeanie (Buss), Magic (Johnson), Luke (Walton) and I – are all aligned: We really want to make a push to try to make the playoffs this year,” Pelinka said. “It’s been a five-year absence for our fans, and we think that’s an important step to return to contending for a championship and contending forms.” Lakers practice early hoping to answer all questions Lakers, Clippers schedules set for first round of NBA playoffs Trail Blazers beat Grizzlies in play-in, earn first-round series with the Lakers Injuries have cost the team dearly on that front: Notably, James has missed 18 games, during which the team has gone 6-12. Pelinka said the Lakers’ front office desired more shooting as a reaction to losing some of their playmakers for long stretches, including Rajon Rondo and Lonzo Ball, and seeing the offense struggle.The Lakers took plenty of criticism for not signing 3-point specialists this summer: For years, the game plan around James’ teams has been to surround him with capable shooters and allow him to make plays on a spaced floor. Pelinka said the organization’s view is they’re still trying to build a fast-paced team of long, athletic playmakers, but in light of injuries to their most dynamic players, they had to adapt.“I think when the engine drivers have had lapses of injury, the game can’t go as fast,” he said. “You have to adjust to that. When the game’s not going as fast, spacing becomes important.”Sign up for Home Turf and get exclusive stories every SoCal sports fan must read, sent daily. Subscribe here.Spacing is something James himself cited Thursday night as he publicly approved of the moves, saying that it would free up areas in the paint for him, Rondo, Ingram and other drivers to get to the lane and either score or kick out.James said his degree of confidence in the Lakers, as they look now, is on the rise.“When we’re healthy, my level is high,” he said. “We’re a team that’s built on depth. When we’re healthy, we’re very good.”And yet the biggest talking point of the previous two weeks was whether the Lakers would trade much of their depth for a shot at a superstar. New Orleans Pelicans big man Anthony Davis has been the subject of many trade rumors since late January, when he acknowledged he wanted to be dealt. Lakers trade offers were reported left and right, creating a cloud of distraction around the team.After the deadline passed, the Lakers acknowledged it had affected them, particularly during a 42-point loss to the Indiana Pacers. Even James, who put up a stoic front during the stretch, said the trade rumors have “messed with their minds a little bit.” Pelinka acknowledged Johnson would attend Sunday’s game in Philadelphia but declined to say whether it was to allow aggrieved players to clear the air.Asked about the tension created by the environment when trade talks flooded their locker room, Pelinka drew an elongated analogy about an engaged couple on a trolley, attempting to stay together as a flood of other commuters boarded.“And I just think that’s an interesting sort of life metaphor, analogy,” he said. “I think when you go through anything as a team, if you go through adversity, you can choose how to respond: Does it draw you closer together or does it push you further apart?”Keeping the group together might just be the biggest challenge of Pelinka’s two-year tenure as GM, with Johnson as president. He acknowledged the profession he left, as a player agent (most notably for Kobe Bryant), was easier at the trade deadline.Related Articlescenter_img PHILADELPHIA — Amid the disappointment of Super Bowl defeat in Los Angeles, Rob Pelinka found a lesson.He saw the swirling doubt around the aging Tom Brady and the New England Patriots dynasty earlier in the NFL season, and how they overcame it to add another title to their already impressive franchise legacy.And though that might only cause Rams fans angst, the Lakers’ general manager was inspired.“I think when you’re outside of the playoff race, it’s easy for the folks on the outside to say, ‘Oh!’ and writing them off and they’re not going to be good enough,” he said. “But my hope is our story is a little bit, maybe, like that where we’re on the outside but we find a way to get in the playoffs with the skill sets we’ve added.” Trail Blazers, Grizzlies advance to NBA play-in game; Suns, Spurs see playoff dreams dashed Newsroom GuidelinesNews TipsContact UsReport an Error How athletes protesting the national anthem has evolved over 17 years last_img read more

first_imgSubmitted to Sumner Newscow — Today’s Wellington High School bulletin for Tuesday, May 3, 2016:Tuesday• Golf at Hesston• JV Golf at Clearwater• C-Team Baseball at WHSWednesday• Crusader Way- WSU TripThursday• Baseball at Clearwater• Softball at Clearwater• JV Baseball at Goddard• Golf at Tex ConsolverFriday• Regional Tennis• Track at ChaparralSaturday• JV Baseball at WHS• Baseball at KC TurnerSunday• BaccalaureateToday’s lunch — Chicken Patty, Mashed Potatoes with Gravy, Peas, Banana, Hot Roll and Milk.Tuesday’s lunch — Crispito with Red Sauce, Lettuce and Tomato, Sweet Corn, Chilled Peaches, Cheesy Bread Stick and Milk,Today’s News: *JV Golf is out at 1 p.m. today. JV Baseball is out at 2:50. They are marked Activity.*Members of WHS- Every year Operation Gratitude sends 150,000+ individually-addressed care packages to Soldiers, Sailors, Airmen and Marines deployed overseas and to their children left behind. Also, to New Recruits, Veterans,. First Responders, Wounded Warriors and their caregivers.  Each package contains food items, hygiene products, entertainment, handmade items, and handwritten letters of support. Please see the box in the lunchroom to see the donation list. Donation will be accepted through Friday May 5th.*The Sports Banquet will be held in the Auditorium on Friday, May 6th at 7:00 am. Athletes from Cross Country, Boys Basketball, Wrestling, Softball, Baseball, Track and Golf need to attend. All student athletes are welcomed to attend. The athlete of the year will be announced during this time.*Classic Movie Club will be watching the movie “Dirty Harry” today at 3:15 p.m. in room 205.*Any Junior wanting to be a midterm completer next year needs to turn in the form to Mrs. Brown by May 6.*If you are interested in being a class officer next year, pick up an application in the office. You must have a minimum GPA of a 2.0 and you must be passing 5 classes to be eligible to serve as an officer. As an officer, you will be expected to attend monthly STUCO meetings. Applications will be due Friday May 6. Elections will be held on Tuesday, May 10th during 2nd hour.*Color Guard Try-outs will be this week starting at 5 p.m. in the gym. Wear closed toe shoes.*Help fight childhood hunger! You can bring crackers, PB & J packages, beanie weenies, microwave raviolis, mini cereal packages, pudding or canned foods. The last day to bring food is Thursday May 5th. You can bring cans to your first hour teacher to get put into a drawing for a fabulous prize.*It’s that time of year! Library books are due soon.  Seniors– Your books were due yesterday! Juniors, Sophomores and Freshman- Your library books are due on Friday May 6th before 3:05. Any book returned after 3:05 will be fined $1 per book, per day. Fines will be added to your school fee’s if not paid. Any book not returned by Friday, May 13th will be considered lost and a full replacement value will be charged.* The Lip Dub premiere is at 7:00 TONIGHT at the Regent and the cost is $5 per ticket. The tickets will be sold at the door and there are only a limited amount of seats available so mark your calendars and be one of the fist people to experience this awesome video!*The Free Will Baptist Church will be hosting the Baccalaureate on May 8th at 3:00. The church is located at 1219 North Plum.*There will be a Cross Country meeting after school on May 4th in the Health/PE Room.Today is National…National Chocolate Custard DayNational Garden Meditation DayNational Lumpy Rug DayNational Paranormal DayNational Raspberry Pop Over DayNational Teacher Appreciation DayNational Two Different Colored Shoes DayFollow us on Twitter. Close Forgot password? Please put in your email: Send me my password! 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first_imgThe Johns Hopkins University tally shows over a million people worldwide have recovered from COVID-19.As of Thursday a total of 1,004,483 people have recovered from the virus. 124,449 people who have recovered in the United States.The country with the largest number of people who have recovered is Spain, with 137,984 recoveries. The United States follows Spain, and after the US is Germany with 123,449 recoveries.last_img

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