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HBC Nantes with Thierry Anti until 2018: “My ambition – Championship title”

first_imgClick to comment PSG Handball suffered first defeat in domestic Championship 2020/2021 Leave a Reply Cancel replyYour email address will not be published.Comment Name Email Website Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment. ShareTweetShareShareEmail ShareTweetShareShareEmailCommentsFrench HBC Nantes believe in coach – Thierry Anti. He will stay on the bench until 2018 after signing new 4 years contract. Anti began his successful part of career in Nantes in 2009. He has huge ambitions in the next few years with the team:– I’m very happy to be a part of Nantes project. The development of the club is smart.  We passed the 100,000 spectators last season and at the same time we doubled the number of private partners. These are strong indicators that tell me that I am on the right place. My ambition is to win a title with the HBC Nantes. Our squad for upcoming season is best ever since I am here – said Anti for offical club’s website. Related Items:handball, handball coaches, HBC Nantes, Nantes, Thierry Anti France beat Norway with Pardin&Mahe in main role! Veszprem beat Motor on Cupara’s wings – Barca beat Nantes in thriller Recommended for youlast_img read more

Rescue Dog Inspires Wheel of Fortune Winner to ‘PAWS and THINK’ – And Use the Prize Money to Give Back

first_imgMittleman and Weaver, of Hagerstown, Maryland, have been on the move ever since the books initially launched in 2017.Together they have visited over 100 schools in Baltimore, New Jersey, and New York, teaching PAWSitive lessons that have impacted the lives of over 30,000 children.“This has been the most incredible opportunity of my life,” Mittleman explains. “I never imagined that my passion for poetry and love for my rescue dog would lead me down this amazing path.”She wanted to use her platform to give back to the community in an even bigger way, so Mittleman donates a portion of the proceeds from each book to a different non-profit every three months—over $5,000 to date.“I’ve had the honor of presenting donations to numerous charities that help children and animals,” she told GNN. “There is truly no greater feeling than giving back.”RELATED: Dozens of People Volunteer to Entertain Lonely Shelter Pets for the Holidays–Maybe You Can Do It For ThanksgivingEarlier this year, Wheel of Fortune selected Mittleman to reappear on the show for its “Changing Lives” segment, which demonstrated how she used her winnings to help others.Even with their second child on the way, Mittleman and her husband Michael have big plans for the future of PAWS and THINK!, releasing the fourth book next year and continuing to visit more schools in Maryland and across the country.SHARE The Pawesome Books in Time for the Holidays…AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to FacebookFacebookFacebookShare to TwitterTwitterTwitterShare to EmailEmailEmailShare to RedditRedditRedditShare to MoreAddThisMore AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to FacebookFacebookFacebookShare to TwitterTwitterTwitterShare to EmailEmailEmailShare to RedditRedditRedditShare to MoreAddThisMoreMiranda Mittleman won $20,000 on Wheel of Fortune—and her rescue dog Weaver inspired her to use the winnings to make the world a kinder place.She’s always had a passion for poetry, so she combined that with her love for dogs, and began writing a series of children’s books that teach valuable life lessons through Weaver’s eyes.The PAWS and THINK! books cover the important topics of inclusion, self-confidence, and gratitude.last_img read more

Pro Road Access – New Video Series Looks Inside Road Racing One Rider at…

first_imgHere’s the backstory, from Brian’s Press Release:Pro Road Access Productions releases first documentary featuring Eric Barlevav of UnitedHealthcare Presented by Maxxis.Los Angeles, CA – Eric Barlevav of the UnitedHealthcare Pro Cycling Team Presented by Maxxis is the featured rider in the first of a series of cycling documentaries by Emmy® Award winner Brian Smallwood and his Pro Road Access Productions.Smallwood followed Barlevav around over the course of several months, including the week leading up to the team’s Arizona training camp, as well as time at camp and through races in Central and Southern California during the early season.The Pro Road Access documentary featuring Barlevav is the first in a series that will highlight the pro cycling lifestyle. Smallwood featured Barlevav, a rising talent in the U.S., precisely because he isn’t yet a household name.“As a huge fan of Pro Cycling, I really want to bring my experience and passion to the screen and help more North American Pro riders get into public view,” Smallwood said. “We know who the stars are, the networks do a great job of that. I am trying to bring forward the super talented, though lesser known riders in the peloton. There are some great personalities out there. As a fan, I really want to see them and know their stories.”The show’s mood is fun and relaxed,with lots of music, travel and good living, I take my inspiration from Surfing films.”The Barlevav feature is intended to be the first in a series of made-for-TV documentaries about the lives of pro road cyclists. Other documentaries in the series will focus on riders from a variety of teams racing at different levels in the United States and Europe.“I have spoken to many Pro’s over the last few years and have received great interest from riders such as Chris Horner, Tim Johnson and Christian Vande Velde.” Already attached to future projects are Mike Friedman of Team Jelly Belly, the recent winner of the 10 day tour of Korea, and Ivan Dominguez from team Jamis, Sutter Home. ” I expect more riders to show interest as the show becomes more visible and funding for the series increases.”Smallwood is currently pitching the weekly series to several networks. You can watch the Barlevav documentary at: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GYJUUZwmy_Q and see more at: www.proroadaccess.comAbout Brian Smallwood: Brian Smallwood is a former pro mountain bike racer with Klein and Raleigh, Category 1 roadie and California state track champion. In 2005, he won an Emmy® for his work on the Fox Super Bowl pre-show. ProRoadAccess is a new project by Brian Smallwood that documents the peloton, riders and support staff that make up professional road bicycle racing. Episode one follows United Healthcare p/b Maxxis rider Eric Barlevav as he tells how he got into cycling and what it’s like racing on a major team. Intro above, parts one and two after the break…last_img read more

Go-Go’s Musical Head Over Heels Aiming for Broadway Run During 2018-2019 Season

first_imgMichael Mayer(Emilio Madrid-Kuser) Head Over Heels View Comments Head Over Heels, a new musical featuring the hits of 1980s girl group the Go-Go’s, looks likely for a 2018-2019 Broadway run, according to a recent Equity casting notice. Avenue Q Tony winner Jeff Whitty is writing the script for the musical with Tony winner Michael Mayer (The Terms of My Surrender) directing, Spencer Liff as choreographer and Tony winner Tom Kitt as music supervisor. Gwyneth Paltrow was reported to have signed on as producer of the musical in 2016; Rick Ferrari, Donovan Leitch and Christine Russell are listed as producers on the casting notice.Inspired by Sir Philip Sidney’s 16th-century pastoral romance, Arcadia, the new musical is an Elizabethan love story turned on its head. There’s a duke, a mysterious prophecy and two daughters: one mobbed by suitors, the other…not so much. All of this is set to the beat of 1980s pop icons the Go-Go’s. The tuner made its world premiere under the direction of Ed Sylvanus Iskandar in the summer of 2016 at the Oregon Shakespeare Festival.The show held a recent workshop that starred Broadway alums Michael Park (Dear Evan Hansen), Rachel York (Disaster!), Kristolyn Lloyd (Dear Evan Hansen), Tom Alan Robbins (Newsies), Bonnie Milligan (Kinky Boots), Alexandra Socha (Spring Awakening), Andrew Durand (War Horse), Lawrence Alexander (Follies), DeMarius R. Copes (Newsies), Yurel Echezarreta (Aladdin), Ari Groover (Holler If Ya Hear Me), Brandon Hudson (Hamilton), Nina Lafarga (On Your Feet!), Samantha Zack (Wicked), Jenny Laroche (Smash) and Shakina Nayfack.Originally fronted by Belinda Carlisle, the Go-Go’s were the first and only all-female band that both wrote their own songs and played their own instruments to top the Billboard album charts. Their hits include “Our Lips Are Sealed,” “We Got the Beat,” “Vacation” and of course, “Head Over Heels.”center_img Related Shows Show Closed This production ended its run on Jan. 6, 2019last_img read more

Goddard College President Vacarr to leave at end of year

first_imgGoddard College,Goddard College in Plainfield announced Thursday that President Barbara Vacarr will step down at the end of this year.In a news release from the college board of trustees, Vacarr expressed her need to focus on her family. She will help prepare the college for her successor, the release said. Goddard College President Barbara Vacarr will step down on Dec. 31, 2013.Vacarr took over as president in 2010 after a career as a leader in developing innovative programs for adult learners, the release said. Vacarr’s tenure at Goddard has been rocky at times. A February story in Seven Days highlighted faculty opposition to some of Vacarr’s efforts to ‘corporatize’the liberal arts school.According to Seven Days, ‘faculty members complained that teachers haven’t had enough input into the restructuring of various academic programs at Goddard and alleged a ‘pattern of unilateral decision making’at the college.’There were also complaints about Vacarr’s opposition of a union-organizing effort on campus.In Thursday’s news release, Vacarr said, ‘In this challenging time of national economic and enrollment concerns for higher education, I remain focused on the issues paramount to Goddard’s mission. However, I have concluded that I must also pay more attention to the personal challenges facing close family members. Therefore, I look forward to working with the Board in leaving the College moving ahead. I am grateful for the opportunity to lead such a wonderful institution.’The release goes on to quote board chair Andrea Lebron-Clay, ‘Barbara has been tireless in facing the demands of the presidency, whether it has been fundraising in these difficult times or facing the dramatic changes coming in higher education. We are appreciative of her service and wish her and her family all the best for future health and happiness.’The release cited Vacarr’s accomplishments, including the launch of an undergraduate program on the West Coast, the implementation of a diversification plan of revenue and instituting a marketing outreach program to improve Goddard’s visibility in the higher education community.vtdigger.org 7.25.2013last_img read more

Vermont Chamber of Commerce adds to tourism staff

first_imgThe Vermont Chamber of Commerce has hired Danica Lamos for its Tourism Division. As Tourism Sales and Marketing Associate, Lamos will use her communication and organizational skills to help the Vermont Chamber’s tourism members promote their businesses through the official state tourism guidebooks and Vermont Chamber’s social media platforms. She will also help manage the Tourism Division’s educational programs, such as ServSafe.Lamos was born in Burlington and graduated from Champlain College with a bachelor’s degree in marketing. She enjoys hiking, biking, running, playing golf and improving her snowboarding skills. In 2009, she hiked 154 miles of the Long Trail with her brother, so appreciates the beauty that Vermont offers. Lamos, who will relocate to Waterbury in March, has lived in Vermont her entire life and has yet to find a good reason to leave.Montpelier, VT (January 13, 2014)’ The Vermont Chamber of Commercelast_img read more

VSECU is first credit union to earn values-based banking designation

first_imgVermont Business Magazine VSECU, a credit union based in Montpelier, today announced it has been accepted as a member of the Global Alliance for Banking on Values (GABV), an independent network of values-based banks, banking cooperatives, credit unions, microfinance institutions, and community development banks from across the world. 
VSECU is the first credit union in the US to earn membership in the global organization, joining 35 other financial institutions in a joint commitment to use finance to promote sustainable social, environmental, and economic development. GABV members work together to ensure that banking is a healthy and productive system of society and to develop a positive, viable alternative to the current banking system. 
“We are excited to welcome VSECU, as we grow our network of like-minded, values-based financial institutions,” said Dr Marcos Eguiguren, Executive Director of GABV. “Our members are proven to be independent and profitable organizations that deliver long-term benefits for people and the environment. They play a crucial role in the transition to a more sustainable global economy and advance positive change in the banking sector.”Rob Miller, CEO of VSECU“By focusing on values and impact, we are excited to be part of a larger movement of values-based financial institutions that endeavor to reach above and beyond industry norms, helping to build a framework for financial prosperity that makes a meaningful impact on our employees, our members, and our Vermont communities,” said Rob Miller, CEO of VSECU. “This important membership enables us to tap into resources that help us learn, discover and participate with top minds in our financial eco-system.”To earn membership in GABV, financial institutions must have a values-driven agenda at the core of their mission and adhere to the organization’s Principles of Sustainable Banking(link is external). Those principles include a triple bottom line (people, planet, prosperity) approach; grounding in communities and serving the real economy; transparency; long term resiliency; focus on and deep knowledge of clients; and a values-based organizational culture. VSECU’s innovative initiatives such as Co-op Capital(link is external), which invests in cooperative organizations, unique products such as its VGreen Energy Savings Loans(link is external), and collaborative partnerships(link is external) with organizations like equity crowdfunding platform Milk Money(link is external) and co-working space The Lighting Jar(link is external) contributed to its selection as a GABV member. Under its vision to inspire a movement that brings people together to empower possibilities for greater financial, environmental, and social prosperity, the entire organization is empowered to think about impact over activity to maximize the positive effect on members’ lives and Vermont communities.“By joining this global values-based banking movement, we have greater resources to leverage as we work to increase our local impact in a sustainable way,” added Miller. “This relationship will help guide our efforts to put finance to work for meaningful social impact for our members, employees, and all Vermonters, and help us demonstrate the value of a model that puts people before profit and invests in the financial well-being of our members and communities.”Source: MONTPELIER, VT, DECEMBER 6, 2016 — VSECU. VSECU is a member-owned cooperative and not for profit credit union for everybody who lives and works in Vermont, offering a full range of affordable financial products and services to its member-owners. VSECU is committed to improving the lives of Vermonters by empowering the possibilities for greater social, environmental, and financial prosperity. For more information about VSECU, call 802/800 371-5162 or visit www.vsecu.com(link is external).last_img read more

Vermont less affected by Fed shutdown than you might think

first_img32New Jersey27.387Montana47.96 33Nevada27.018Oklahoma45.65 State 40New Hampshire25.1315Maine37.37 Overall Rank(1 = Most Affected) State 39South Carolina25.2414West Virginia38.22 50Michigan13.7925Arkansas30.86 27Pennsylvania30.532Maryland70.41 42North Dakota24.4917Arizona33.84 Total Score 30New York27.665Hawaii51.86 41Vermont24.9216Texas36.85 Overall Rank(1 = Most Affected) 51Minnesota13.3126Oregon30.58 44Illinois23.4919Idaho32.74 47Ohio20.6422Georgia31.74 37Florida26.1912Rhode Island39.92 Source: WalletHub(link is external)Vermont Business Magazine With the US government closed for business for the 19th time since 1976, the personal-finance website WalletHub today released its report on the States Most & Least Affected by the 2018 Government Shutdown(link is external) to add some hard data to all the rhetoric. Vermont is relatively low on the list, ranked 41st (New Hampshire, 40th), especially considering that in a separate study the state is ranked one of the highest (5th) in its overall budget dependent on federal finances. WalletHub compared the 50 states and the District of Columbia in terms of six key metrics, ranging from each state’s share of federal jobs and contracts to the percentage of kids covered by CHIP. You can review the main findings below.To determine whose homes a government shutdown strikes closest to, WalletHub compared the 50 states and the District of Columbia across six key metrics. They range from each state’s share of federal jobs and contracts to the percentage of kids covered by the Children’s Health Insurance Program (CHIP).Key Stats Red states are less affected by the government shutdown than Blue states, ranking 28.17 and 22.90, respectively, on average. (lower rank = greater impact).California has the highest percentage of children under CHIP, 22.1 percent. That’s 73.7 times higher than in Minnesota, the state with the lowest, at 0.3 percent.Georgia has the highest average small business loan size, $459,133. That’s 5.2 times higher than in Hawaii, the state with the lowest average loan size, at $88,608.Wisconsin has the lowest share of federal jobs, at 1.03 percent. The average state has 2.6 times more federal jobs, at 2.63 percent.Most & Least Affected States 46Tennessee22.1521South Dakota32.04 43North Carolina24.1518Massachusetts33.74 28Kentucky28.103Virginia67.67 49Indiana17.9324Wyoming31.06 RELATED: Vermont ranked fifth in dependence on federal governmentState ready for federal shutdownMethodologyShare of Federal Jobs: Full Weight (~25.00 Points)Note: This metric measures the federal employment as a share of total employment.Federal Contract Dollars Per Capita: Full Weight (~25.00 Points)% of Children under CHIP (Children’s Health Insurance Program): Full Weight (~25.00 Points)Small Business Lending: Half Weight (~12.50 Points)Note: This metric measures both the average SBA 7a loan size and the % of small businesses that get SBA 7a loans.Real Estate as Percentage of Gross State Product: Quarter Weight (~6.25 Points)Note: Gross State Product is the equivalent of GDP but at the state level. Mortgage processing will be affected by staffing shortages in the IRS, FHA and VA.Access to National Parks: Quarter Weight (~6.25 Points)Note: This metric measures both the number of national parks per capita and the acres of national parks per capita.Source: WalletHub(link is external) 1.22.2018 Data used to create this ranking were obtained from the U.S. Census Bureau, the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics, usaspending.gov, Fit Small Business, National Association of Realtors, National Park Service and Kaiser Family Foundation. 45Iowa22.9220Utah32.72 36Nebraska26.4111Colorado41.80 Total Score1District of Columbia70.42 29Missouri28.054Alaska58.29 31Connecticut27.626New Mexico48.87 48Delaware19.5123Washington31.57 34Wisconsin26.789California44.37 35Louisiana26.7410Alabama42.33 38Kansas25.5913Mississippi38.54last_img read more

16 win NAFCU marketing awards

first_img ShareShareSharePrintMailGooglePinterestDiggRedditStumbleuponDeliciousBufferTumblr Sixteen winners in NAFCU’s 2014 Marketing Awards Competition were announced Tuesday and will be honored in conjunction with the association’s Strategic Growth Conference, March 4-6 in Venice Beach, Calif.“Credit unions continue to develop innovative ways to achievebottom-line success,” said NAFCU Vice President of Marketing Alicia Hosmer. “This year’s winning credit unions have set a new bar for excellence with their creative and results-driven campaigns. We congratulate them for all of their hard work and success.”This year’s competition included two asset-size groups in each award category. The groups include credit unions with $250 million or less in assets, and more than $250 million in assets.See the award winners listed here.NAFCU is also currently accepting applications for its Annual Awards Competition, which honors the winners of the association’s Federal Credit Union of the Year, CEO of the Year, Professional of the Year and Volunteer of the Year designations. All entries are divided into two asset-size classes, also $250 million or less or more than $250 million.The deadline to enter the Annual Awards Competition is March 14. continue reading »last_img read more

NMAA Launches Mental Health Awareness Initiative

first_imgNMAA News:ALBUQUERQUE – The New Mexico Activities Association (NMAA) has announced a Mental Health Awareness Campaign for the 2020-2021 school year.  The NMAA recognizes a need to increase the attention given to mental health among all New Mexico students.“Now, more than ever, it’s so important to promote the mental, social and emotional well-being of our students and direct them to the resources they may need,” NMAA Executive Director Sally Marquez said.The initiative kicks off today with a message of support from Lt. Gov. Howie Morales. “I’m proud to partner with the New Mexico Activities Association on this mental health awareness campaign to ensure we are doing all we can for each other,” Morales said.Each weekday Aug. 31 through Sept. 4, the NMAA will post on its social media platforms various video messages from students, coaches and health professionals. For the remainder of the school year, the NMAA will designate “Wellness Wednesdays” as an opportunity to continue to promote mental health awareness. Each post will be accompanied by the Crisis Line phone number 1-855-662-7474 along with the hashtag #YouMatter. Some of the topics will include how to handle stress, recognizing the signs and symptoms of mental health issues, suicide prevention, and breaking any stigmas associated with mental health.The NMAA recognizes many kids struggling with anxiety or depression never receive direct support from a qualified provider and would like to help prevent any further tragedies in our state. “The focus on mental health awareness combined with the return to athletics and activities will go a long way in developing the well-being of our students,” Marquez said.You can follow the NMAA and the Mental Health Awareness Campaign on their various multimedia platforms such as the website nmact.org, Twitter (@_NMAA), Facebook (New Mexico Activities Association) and Instagram (AllThingsNMAA).For more information pertaining to this announcement, contact NMAA Associate Director Dusty Young at 505.977.5385.last_img read more