HEADED HOME Wellington has scored four goals but could be heading back to his home club. “Rodico (Wellington) wants to return. He has been training (since late December). He is from the area and represented the club,” Edwards disclosed. Edwards also said that the key to Tivoli doing well is the discipline. “The discipline has been good. However, we want better attitude from the players towards the game,” he shared. Edwards praised veteran Jermaine ‘Teddy’ Johnson for his leadership on and off the field. Johnson who is 36 year-old is the club’s leading marksman on eight goals. He is only one goal off leading striker Shamar Nicholson of Boys’ Town. “Teddy is not getting younger, he has a responsibility to keep the team together. He really wants to play and win titles at the club. He is the first to reach training and the last to leave,” Edwards said about Johnson who represented Jamaica and also played club football in England. When quizzed about his team’s chance of winning the premier league this year, Edwards responded: “Based on the quality players, we can stay in the top six and take it from there.” Tivoli will next play against promoted Maverley-Hughenden when the RSPL resumes on January 8. Tivoli Gardens are looking to bolster their Red Stripe Premier League (RSPL) squad with one or two players during the January transfer window, which opened on Sunday. The West Kingston-based outfit enjoyed a good run last year and are currently in second position on 32 points, three behind leaders Montego Bay United (35). They have won 10 games, drawn twice and suffered five losses in their 17 league games. They have scored a league high 27 goals and conceded 14 times. However, coach Omar Edwards, who took over from Glendon ‘Admiral’ Bailey last summer says there could be additions to the team. “I understand that one or two players are interested in joining the team,” said Edwards. One of those players is Rodico Wellington, who started the season at promoted Maverley-Hughenden.
Gallagher’s Bakery, one of Donegal’s largest employers, is currently recruiting for Full-Time Production Staff.Leading Irish bakery Gallagher’s is recruiting for production staff at its facility in Ardara, County Donegal. These are Full-time General Operative roles in the Production area.Gallagher’s Bakery has been in operation for over 50 years and is known across Ireland and beyond for its range of breads and other bakery products. It also has a hugely successful gluten and wheat free range, Promise. The company employees over 300 people and sells its products in Ireland, the UK, other parts of Europe, the USA, Canada, and Australia.To apply for one of the Production Operative roles, you should send your CV to firstname.lastname@example.org. You can also post your CV to:HR DepartmentGallagher’s BakeryArdaraCo Donegal Job Vacancies: Large Donegal employer seeks Production Staff was last modified: September 20th, 2018 by Rachel McLaughlinShare 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:ArdaraGallagher’s BakeryGeneral OperativeProduction OperativeProduction Staff
Michael Murphy meets members of the Donegal GAA Health & Wellness Committee. L to R: Marian McNulty, Dolores McWeeney, and Oisin CannonDonegal GAA captain Michael Murphy has encouraged people to take a “leap of faith” and to talk to their family and friends about their mental well-being. The Glenswilly man was guest of honour as the HSE Donegal Mental Health Services (DMHS) held a free Health and Mental Well Being Awareness Fair for the public.The event took place in the Mill Park Hotel, Donegal Town, and attracted more than 200 people. Michael impressed upon those present how important it was to talk out their problems and stated how it was essential to exercise in order to look after your physical and mental health.He said he enjoyed the simple things like going for a walk with his friends on the beach and he felt that this was a good way to clear his head, especially after a difficult day on the playing field.‘Sometimes we have to take that leap of faith and trust our family and friends to talk to about our problems and I know this is what people can find most difficult,” he said.He talked about the benefits of getting involved in a group activity and that there were loads of different types group activities that people can get involved in. He stressed that ‘it was important to get out there with family and friends and enjoy exercise and have the camaraderie and the craic’.There were 30 support information stands on display on the night from a range of organisations included the Bill W Club, Carers Support, Addiction Services, Family Resource Centres, Donegal Women’s Network, AWARE, STEER, CONSOLE, GROW, ASIST, S.T.O.P Suicide, Jigsaw Donegal, GAA Health & Well Being, Blissberry Social Farm, Alzheimer’s Society, PIETA Donegal, Macra Na Feirme Mental Health Ireland plus many more.MC for the event was John G Kelly, Assistant Director of Nursing with the DMHS.The welcome address was given by Dr Clifford Haley, Clinical Director & Consultant Psychiatrist, DMHS who proceeded to discuss stigma and how to overcome stigmas that have in the past been associated with mental health illness.Marian McNulty, Student Counsellor at Letterkenny Institute of Technology and, Chairperson of the Donegal GAA Health & Wellness Committee, gave a comprehensive talk on stress and how to manage it. She discussed the various ways in which stress can manifest itself and how to tackle stress in the workplace. Kevin Mills, Area Director of Nursing, DMHS discussed the importance of collaborative working with different organisations and agencies to tackle mental health difficulties and on how no one organisation has a monopoly on dealing with these issues.He stressed the importance of strengthening these links in to the future and how events such as this have a pivotal role to play in demonstrating to the public the vast array of supports out there that people can avail of in order to ensure that they look after their mental health and well being.There was also a series of workshops held on Dementia, Schizophrenia and Youth Mental Health.The workshop on Dementia was facilitated by Dr Tom McBride, Consultant in Psychiatry of Old Age with DMHS. He stated ‘this event is a wonderful opportunity to engage with the public and to discuss issues such as Dementia in order to increase people awareness of the condition’. Trevor McBrearty, Nurse Manager with DMHS and one of the event organisers, facilitated a workshop on Schizophrenia.He stated ‘It really was an engaging evening. As well as the interesting workshops which people participated in, the evening created an awareness of the many excellent voluntary and statutory support services that are available to people in their own area. There was an energetic atmosphere in the main hall and there were a lot of positive conversations around our mental health and well- being. I hope that those present enjoyed the event and that it has assisted in educating the public around the very many mental health difficulties that we all can face in our lives.’During the event free Health Screening was provided by the Donegal Town HSE Primary Care Team where attendees availed of the opportunity to get their Blood Pressure and Blood Glucose checked for free!A constant theme running throughout the evening was that physical and mental health are intrinsically linked.At the end of the evening a draw was held and one lucky attendee left with a smile on his face after receiving a signed jersey from special guest Michael Murphy.GAA STAR MURPHY ENCOURAGES PEOPLE TO “TAKE A LEAP OF FAITH” AND DISCUSS THEIR PROBLEMS was last modified: December 13th, 2014 by StephenShare 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:donegalHSEmental healthMichael Murphy
Skin color provides a “handy tool for teaching evolution,” says a anthropologist at Penn State. PhysOrg reported that professor Nina Jablonski believes “The mechanism of evolution can be completely understood from skin color.” She proposes using the easily-observed trait in humans to teach evolution to students. “People are really socially aware of skin color, intensely self-conscious about it,” she told the American Association for the Advancement of Science. “The nice thing about skin color is that we can teach the principles of evolution using an example on our own bodies and relieve a lot of social stress about personal skin color at the same time.” PhysOrg did not elaborate on how evolutionary theory would relieve stress about skin color.It is typical of Darwinists to try to prove their theory with simple examples of horizontal variation that are not controversial, then extrapolate the examples to say brains evolved from a primordial soup. Perhaps professor Jablonski should take note of the fact that young-earth creationist Ken Ham uses Scripture and science to explain the human races (actually, just variations on the single human race) from a Biblical viewpoint (see AiG), and also shows the disastrous history of racial politics in of Darwinian thought (AiG).(Visited 7 times, 1 visits today)FacebookTwitterPinterestSave分享0
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Share Facebook Twitter Google + LinkedIn Pinterest The Ohio Soybean Association (OSA) is once again partnering with Ohio Ag Equipment to offer new OSA members the chance to win 50 hours on an MT600 Series Challenger tractor. Kevin Kruger of Allen County won the contest in 2014 and received 50 hours with a Challenger tractor.What do you have to do to win? Sign up at www.soyohio.org/membership as a first time member by December 10th, 2015.“The work that the Ohio Soybean Association does on behalf of Ohio soybean farmers is not possible without our members,” said Adam Graham, OSA president and Logan County soybean farmer. “It is vital that soybean farmers’ interests are represented at both the state and national level to promote effective policies. We ask that you help us continue that work by joining our organization as a new member and ensure your voice is heard.”In addition to OSA’s partnership with Ohio Ag Equipment for new members, OSA offers a variety of membership incentives. These incentives include the Seed Incentive Program, biodiesel rebates, discounts at participating companies and subscriptions to Ohio agriculture publications. All OSA members also become members of the American Soybean Association automatically and receive those additional benefits.“We are excited to extend our partnership with the Ohio Soybean Association for another year of membership promotion,” said Mike Mampieri, Sales Manager for Ohio Ag Equipment. “We are confident in OSA’s dedication to Ohio soybean farmers just as we are confident the Challenger tractor’s productivity and reliability will allow these farmers to focus on yield improvements and not equipment headaches.”To learn more about OSA membership and to sign up, visit www.soyohio.org/membership today.
Instagramjamie vardywayne rooney First Published: October 10, 2019, 10:23 AM IST Get the best of News18 delivered to your inbox – subscribe to News18 Daybreak. Follow News18.com on Twitter, Instagram, Facebook, Telegram, TikTok and on YouTube, and stay in the know with what’s happening in the world around you – in real time. Coleen Rooney says someone using Rebekah Vardy’s Instagram account has leaked stories about her as a Twitter spat between the two footballers’ wives gripped Britain on Wednesday.Rooney, married to former England international Wayne Rooney, told her 1.3 million Twitter followers that she had spent five months attempting to work out who was sharing stories based on her personal social media posts. She said she worked out that the stories were coming from the account of reality TV star Vardy, the wife of Leicester City striker and ex-England international Jamie Vardy, following a sting operation.She wrote on Twitter: “For a few years now someone who I trusted to follow me on my personal Instagram account has been consistently informing The SUN newspaper of my private posts and stories.”There has been so much information given to them about me, my friends and my family — all without my permission or knowledge.”Rooney, 33, said she had a suspicion of who it might be and blocked everyone apart from an Instagram page belonging to Vardy from seeing her Instagram stories.She said she had posted a series of false stories, some of which made it into the Sun tabloid.”I have saved and screenshotted all the original stories which clearly show just one person has viewed them,” she said.”It’s … Rebekah Vardy’s account.”Vardy tweeted in response: “If you thought this was happening you could have told me & I could have changed my passwords to see if it stopped.”Over the years various people have had access to my insta & just this week I found I was following people I didn’t know and have never followed myself.”The former star of British TV reality show “I’m A Celebrity … Get Me Out Of Here!” added: “I’m not being funny but I don’t need the money, what would I gain from selling stories on you?”Vardy, 37, who is pregnant with her fifth child, said she was “so upset” that Rooney had made the accusation, adding: “I’m disgusted that I’m even having to deny this.”You should have called me the first time this happened.”The Sun has reported on Rooney and Vardy’s exchange and their article states: “Each of the stories provided to the Sun was put to Coleen’s representatives before publication, and on each occasion they declined to comment.”The two women were trending on Twitter.Streaming service Netflix appeared to make a joke about the spat, tweeting: “We’re going to have to make a documentary about this, aren’t we.”