View Comments Tickets are now available for Steven Levenson’s If I Forget off-Broadway. The production is scheduled to begin previews on January 19, 2017 at the Laura Pels Theatre at the Harold and Miriam Steinberg Center for Theatre.In July of 2000, immediately following the failed Israeli-Palestinian peace talks at Camp David, three adult siblings and their families gather in a suburb of DC for their father, Lou’s, 75th birthday. Middle son Michael, a Jewish studies professor, has recently finished the manuscript he hopes will push him into tenure. Dedicated to his father, a Jewish WWII veteran, the book argues an incendiary point about American Jews, Israel, and the Holocaust—but Lou hasn’t said a word about it, leaving Michael uneasy. And as the visit continues, it becomes clear that Lou isn’t the only member of the family leaving things unspoken. Money, marriage, and career pressures bear down, quickly turning familial responsibility into resentment.The limited Roundabout Underground engagement is scheduled to run through April 16. Related Shows If I Forget Show Closed This production ended its run on April 30, 2017 Steven Levenson(Photo: Neilson Barnard/Getty Images)
The Stern Center for Language and Learning has made some changes in theirmanagement team. Mary Allen Stifler, M.A.T., formerly Director ofDevelopment has moved to a newly created position as Vice President forProgram Administration. The Development Department has been restructuredwith Megan Cluver, B.A., taking the position of Development/CommunityRelations Coordinator.New to the organization are Laurie Caswell Burke,Ed.M. and William Billings, B.S. Ms. Caswell Burke, formerly Giving WorldCoordinator for the April Cornell Giving World Foundation, is the SternCenterâ€™s Development Officer. Mr. Billings is the new MarketingDirector. He comes to the Stern Center from L3 Communications in the Boston areawhere is was the Marketing and Sales Director.Also joining the SternCenter management team is Earl Walters, B.S., replacing John Connell asthe Chief Financial Officer. Mr. Walters was most recently employed asthe Coordinator of Fiscal Services in the Addison Northeast SupervisoryUnion. Mr. Connell leaves the Stern Center to focus on his two St. Albansbusinesses. The Stern Center for Language and Learning is a non-profitliteracy center based in Williston, Vermont.
Ugh, summer! The days are long, the sun is out, the kids are out of school, the living is easy…except that it is so dang hot. Motivating to get outside and run, bike, or hike in the heat of the day is a real chore. If only there was a way to get outside, get a good workout, AND beat the heat. Well, there is: Stand Up Paddleboarding (SUP). SUP is one of the fastest growing activities on the water, and is taking the outdoor world by storm. To be honest, it may be the perfect activity for summertime in the Blue Ridge, combining water, workout, and sun.The best part though is the versatility. SUP can be used strictly as an exercise tool with the act of paddling giving your arms, back, legs, and core a solid pump as you cruise across flat water. It can also be used strictly as a leisure tool, as you paddle around the lake, checking out coves, wildlife, and taking the occasional dip. If you want to get a little more adventurous, you can take it out on some Class I-II whitewater and really challenge yourself. Some pros are even trying to run rapids up to Class IV on an SUP, which is pushing the limits for sure.Get a taste of what SUP is all about this weekend by heading over to the Nantahala Outdoor Center and getting set up with a rental. The NOC is the perfect spot to start your SUP habit: they offer clinics every weekend and the paddling pros will get you set up with the right board. You can get warmed up by paddling around nearby Lake Fontana, then move onto running the Nantahala or try surfing the wave that runs through the center of NOC.One stop, a full range of SUP options. What are you waiting for?View Larger Map
Last month, $320 million/26,000-member Belvoir Federal Credit Union, Woodbridge, Va., hosted its first Small Business Mixer for local business owners to network and learn.“I planned the event with a conference-style theme for an afterhours mixer,” says Amy McConnell, marketing and public relations manager. “We had elegant cocktail tables spread throughout the lobby (with minimal seating to encourage networking), vendor booths, catered food and beverage, along with innovative technology.”The credit union took advantage of the branch lobby’s multiple screen options to broadcast PowerPoints and even a video showcasing the CU’s business services.“Since the event was held in our branch lobby, we enabled every computer monitor, TV screen, remote teller station remote screens, and iPad (which were on the cocktail tables) to project the same presentation simultaneously. In all, we had 17 screens that initially displayed an animated welcome PowerPoint presentation, which showcased the agenda, vendors/partners, and our door prize sponsors. Then, the speaker’s slides were displayed when he was presenting. After the presenter finished, another animated PowerPoint presentation was shown with the remaining items on the agenda, a reminder to stop by vendor booths, and another thank-you to the sponsors for the door prizes. continue reading » 11SHARESShareShareSharePrintMailGooglePinterestDiggRedditStumbleuponDeliciousBufferTumblr
Thank you for tuning in to episode 96 of The CUInsight Experience podcast with your host, Randy Smith, co-founder of CUInsight.com. This episode is brought to you by Trellance transforming data into actionable insight for credit unions from coast to coast.My guest on today’s show is Mr. Bert J. Hash Jr., the former President, and CEO at MECU in Baltimore. Bert is very busy in his retirement and services on many boards and committees in his community and around the world. Bert is on the ACCOSCA Foundation board and active in the DE community in Africa. We talk about leadership, board relations, community involvement, mentoring, and what we can do better as credit unions, and so much more.Bert shares why working with ACCOSCA is so important and what US credit unions can learn from credit unions on the African continent with relevance and maintaining a healthy pace of change in technological advances. Bert also shares the need for credit unions to the ‘unbanked’ and those who can truly benefit from services this community offers. Listen, as Bert discusses the effects of the global pandemic on large groups of members, including people of color and middle class citizens combating systems of financial health inequity. Bert talks about what inspired him to take the position at MECU, the various boards and committees he serves, and how getting involved with these organizations was pivotal to his career. During the rapid-fire questions, we learn that Bert was one of the top three students who would succeed after high school. Bert wanted to work in mathematics but changed his major to business after 6 months of schooling. Giving back has become more important as he’s gotten older and material things have gotten less. When Bert has a day off, he and his wife go to their place in Virginia called Serenity to relax and unwind and spend time together. This is a great conversation with an even greater man. Enjoy!Subscribe on: Apple Podcasts, Spotify, Google Play, StitcherBooks mentioned on The CUInsight Experience podcast: Book List How to find Bert:Bert J. Hash Jr. (Retired) President and CEO of MECU BaltimoreBHash47@gmail.com Show notes from this episode:A big shout-out to our friends at Trellance, an amazing sponsor of The CUInsight Experience podcast. Thank you!Shout out: Carla Hayden, Librarian in CongressShout out: Calvin Thomas, Former MentorShout out: Verna Q. “Betty” Davis, Former MentorShout out: Herman Williams, Chairman of the Board at MECUShout out: Michael Hale at ACCUCShout out: Jill NowackiShout out: Fred Johnson at CUESShout out: Renee SattiewhiteShout out: AACUCShout out: George OmbadoShout out: Lois KitschShout out: DavidShout out: Maria MartinezShout out: Chuck FaganShout out: MECUAlbum mentioned: Purple Rain by Prince and the RevolutionAlbum mentioned: The Ultimate Kenny GAlbum mentioned: The Best of David SanbornBook mentioned: King Rat by James ClavellPrevious guests mentioned in this episode: Renee Sattiewhite, George Ombado, Lois Kitsch, Chuck Fagan, Maria Martinez, Jill Nowacki (episodes 4, 18, 37, 64 & 82) In This Episode:[02:22] – Welcome to the show, Bert![03:51] – Bert shares why working with ACCOSCA and taking the DE workshop is important.[06:06] – Do you believe there are things the US credit unions can learn from the credit unions on the continent?[07:34] – Bert discusses what he believes credit unions need to do to stay relevant to the changes in financial services.[10:31] – Bert speaks about servicing the financially stressed members during tough times.[13:13] – What are you most excited about for 2021?[15:27] – Bert shares what inspired him to take the position at MECU.[17:08] – Listen, as Bert shares some advice about taking the next step into becoming president and CEO.[19:05] – Bert discusses the boards and committees he is on during his retirement.[20:10] – Bert shares why getting involved with organizations is important in your career.[23:19] – Get to know the board, and the chairman is the most important one to introduce yourself to.[25:55] – “If we don’t take care of the members, someone else would: is what he has told his team over and over.[26:44] – Making hard decisions is something he has learned.[27:42] – Is there a myth about leadership you want to debunk?[28:59] – Bert speaks about some mistakes he’s made and ones he sees young leaders making.[30:59] – Treat everybody with respect because everyone is important is advice his parents gave him that he still believes today.[32:33] – Bert discusses the mentors he’s had along the way and why he feels it’s important to give back by being a mentor.[34:49] – Bert speaks about what he does when he has a day off to recharge.[37:22] – In high school, Bert was voted one of the top three people who would succeed.[39:05] – Bert wanted to major in math and have a career in mathematics.[39:54] – Do you have any daily routines that, if you don’t do, your day feels off?[40:29] – What is the best album of all time?[41:22] – Is there a book you think everyone should read?[42:44] – Giving back has become more important, and material things have become less important.[43:50] – When he hears the word success, Herman Williams is the first person who comes to mind.[44:59] – Bert shares some final thoughts with the listeners.[47:07] – Thank you for being on the show! 1SHARESShareShareSharePrintMailGooglePinterestDiggRedditStumbleuponDeliciousBufferTumblr,Randall Smith Randall Smith is the co-founder of CUInsight.com, the host of The CUInsight Experience podcast, and a bit of a wanderlust.As one of the co-founders of CUInsight.com he … Web: www.CUInsight.com Details
As the Lord pointed out Ivan Stiblik, organizer of Zadar Wine Festival and commissioner Croatian Sommelier Club for Dalmatia: “This area is a very important market for the placement of wines of small and large producers from all over Croatia throughout the year, and primarily during the tourist season. Therefore, such a festival is an excellent opportunity for producers to present wines and varieties of their region. It is a well-known fact that modern caterers must have a large selection of wines of different varieties in their wine lists, and this event will help them in their selection. ” Zadar Wine Festival is an ideal place for minglanje caterers and winemakers – experience from the previous two festivals shows that many caterers in Zadar will choose their favorites for their wine lists. We’ll see you in the Zadar Arsenal, Saturday and Sunday, 6. and 7. April from 14: 00 to 20: 00 hours. Ivan Stiblik, organizer of Zadar Wine Festival and commissioner Croatian Sommelier Club for Dalmatia (photo: Silvija Munda) 3. Zadar Wine Festival will be held under the patronage and support of the Ministry of Agriculture of the Republic of Croatia, the City of Zadar, the Zadar County, the Croatian Chamber of Economy, the Zadar Tourist Board and the Zadar County Tourist Board. Dalmatia, and especially Zadar and Zadar County as one of the fastest growing wine regions in Croatia need a festival that – through superior organization and great presentation of wine, winemakers and appropriate delicacies and with a rich accompanying program – brings together producers, caterers, wine connoisseurs and all other wine lovers. List of restaurants participating in the event Ten days in the restaurant:Art Hotel Kalelarga – LunchBon Appetit – whole dayBruschetta – LunchKnot – whole dayKonoba Skoblar – DinnerKornat – DinnerNostalgia – whole dayPasta & Anything – whole dayFive wells – Lunch2 Ribara – whole day In a unique ambiance Zadar Arsenal, a five-hundred-year-old cultural monument – illuminated sunlight captured in water – during two festival days 3. in order Zadar Wine Festival visitors will be able to taste the wines of reputable exhibitors and expand their knowledge through participation in numerous specialized workshops (list at the end of the text). Ivan Stiblik, organizer of Zadar Wine Festival (photo: Silvija Munda) Zadar Wine Festival (photo: Silvija Munda) Zadar Wine Festival (photo: Silvija Munda) Zadar Wine Festival (photo: Silvija Munda) Zadar Wine Festival (photo: Silvija Munda) List of expert workshops:Saturday, 6.4.X Two faces of the Villány region (Hotel Almayer-Art & Heritage) – wines of the Hungarian region Villány, lecturer: Zoltán GyorffyX A crab, a friend of Mediterranean cuisine (Hotel Bastion), lecturer: Tomislav JakopovićX Vina Laguna – presentation of the premium line Festigia (Hotel Almayer-Art & Heritage), lecturer: Filip Savić Sunday, 7.4.X Chewing wine and cheese (Hotel Bastion), lecturer: Filip SavićX Champagne and Prosecco (Hotel Almayer-Art & Heritage), lecturer: Jo Ahearne A kind of festival announcement is a manifestation Ten days in the restaurant (list at the end of the text) that lasts up to 5. April in which Zadar hosts offer a variety of three-star menus of wine from Zadar County, all for only 110 rabbits.
The Boys Golf Regionals were held at Clarksville Providence at Champions Pointe on Thursday (6-11).Center Grove took the team title followed by Bloomington South, and Floyd Central. Greensburg placed 16th.East Central’s Chad Spencer shot a 75. North Decatur’s Dayne Lacher shot a 78. Jac-Cen-Del’s Lucas Williams shot a 86.2015 Golf Regionals @ ProvidenceCourtesy of the IHSAA.
BRIDGETOWN, Barbados, CMC – West Indies allrounder Kieron Pollard has been granted a No Objection Certificate (NOC) to play in the upcoming Ram Slam T20 competition in South Africa, the West Indies Cricket Board (WICB) confirmed on Tuesday.The confirmation from WICB president Michael Muirhead contradicts an earlier report from ESPN cricinfo stating that Pollard was denied a NOC for the tournament starting on Friday.During an interview on Massy United Insurance’s Line & Length Network, Muirhead said it was never the Board’s intention not to grant Pollard an NOC, but rather explain to him why the process on this occasion was taking longer than usual.“It was not denying him any NOC it was explaining to him why it was taking longer. Normally we would have responded so in seven days he would have gotten it,” explained Muirhead.“But I think it went over. But before the seven days expired I said let me explain to him why it is taking a little longer time and it is because we have written to all the boards , the presidents and CEOs”.WICB’s letter to presidents and CEOs of all the ICC Full Member boards has notified them of its new policy to impose a 20 percent levy on the contract fees of its players taking part in T20 tournaments overseas.Cricinfo reported that Muirhead’s letter to Pollard had informed him that permission would not be granted to him until various boards featuring Caribbean players in their Domestic T20 tournaments agree with WICB’s new policy.Muirhead appears to be suggesting that the NOC granted to Pollard, who signed a two-year contract with Cape Cobras last season, is conditional.“We are awaiting a response so we know the timing that’s on it so if we did not receive it from them we would respond to Kieron and provide the NOC weather it be conditional… with the conditions that we explained to him that we are expecting Cricket South Africa to honour a release fee or we are going to defer it,” Muirhead told Line & Length Network.“It’s something on the table and we want to negociate with it. That’s why it is dynamic; it is just the point in time that we responded to Kieron”.
For all the Latest Sports News News, Cricket News News, Download News Nation Android and iOS Mobile Apps. New Delhi: Indian skipper Virat Kohli, who is all geared up for the upcoming Test series against Australia, starting from December 6 is currently sitting at the top of the Forbes’ India rich-list for sportspersons 2018 with a staggering yearly income of Rs 228 crore. Last year, Virat Kohli was on the second spot in the Forbes’ rich-list for Indian sportspersons with Rs 100.72 crore and his earning has increased more than twice than in the last term. It is to be noted that BCCI’s contract and Royal Challengers Bangalore’s pay are not included in this yearly income of Virat Kohli. Virat is followed by former Indian skipper Mahendra Singh Dhoni with Rs 101.77 crore, then by Sachin Tendulkar with Rs 80 crore. PV Sindhu becomes the highest earning women athlete in the list of Forbes’ rich-list for sportspersons with Rs 36.5 crore.Also Read | Salman Khan tops Forbes India’s highest-earning celeb list for the third timeA total of 21 sportspersons managed to secure a spot in the Forbes’ rich list of top 100 celebrities. The athlete who proved to be the biggest gainer in the list was cricket all-rounder Hardik Pandya, who bagged Rs 28.46 crore in this annual which is 800 per cent more than the last year.The list of top 100 sportspersons also include Manish Pandey, Rohit Sharma, Ravichandran Ashwin, Bhuvneshwar Kumar, KL Rahul, Saina Nehwal, Jasprit Bumrah, Shikhar Dhawan, Srikanth Kidambi and many more. Here is the list of sportspersons in Forbes’ rich-list of top 100 celebrities in 2018:Name of AthleteEarnings (in crores) Virat Kohli 228.9MS Dhoni101.77Sachin Tendulkar80PV Sindhu36.5Rohit Sharma31.49Hardik Pandya28.46Ravichandran Ashwin18.9Bhuvneshwar Kumar17.26Suresh Raina16.96Saina Nehwal16.54KL Rahul16.48Jasprit Bumrah16.42Shikhar Dhawan16.26Ravindra Jadeja15.39Manish Pandey13.08Ajinkya Rahane12.02Anirban Lahiri11.99Srikanth Kidambi10.5Vijendra Singh6.4Shubhankar Sharma4.5Meanwhile, after levelling the T20 series against Asutralia, Virat Kohli-led team India is all set for the four-match Test series, commencing from December 6, followed by One Day International series.
By Faizool DeoSEVERAL records were broken when the field events commenced yesterday, on Day Three, at the 59th National Schools’ Cycling, Swimming and Track & Field Championships at the National Track and Field Centre in Leonora.Up to the end of the afternoon session, three teachers and five athletes had broken the marks of their predecessors. Included in the mix was nine-year-old Delmar Benjamin, who handed the Rupununi their first record in high jump, according to officials from that district.The Grade five student of Aishalton Primary School was elated to have claimed a victory and new record in the High Jump Boys 10-and-under event. His 1.27m jump was better that the previous record of New Amsterdam’s athlete Samuel Welcome (1.22m) in 2017. Rupununi District team manager Ariel James said that the young athletes are very driven and that they practise with a high jump makeshift apparatus on sand (no mattress/cushion).Delmar Benjamin carried Rupununi to their first record in the High Jump at Nationals. Here he points to his new personal best height.Along with Benjamin, Zeryssa McRae (District 10) etched her name in the record books with a solid performance in the U-14 High Jump division. McRae jumped 1.48m to erase the previous mark of 1.38m, which was jointly held by Makayla Hilliman (South Georgetown) and Alice Fraser (Corentyne). Meanwhile Annastacia Clarke from District Two, Essequibo Coast/Pomeroon was able to break the Discus – record en route to victory in the event. Her throw yesterday of 18.58m was slightly better than Tiona Lewis’s 2018 mark of 18.30m.Two teachers broke their own Shot Put records. Chenille Bowen (District 11) was able to break her 2017 record of 8.60m with a new mark of 9.15m, while Osofa Dos Santos bettered his 2018 mark of 13.05m with a throw of 13.93m. The other teacher’s record broken was in the Javelin Over-40 division.Curt Richard (District 1) was able to win that competition with a 38.m throw which better the 2017 record (36.94m) of Nikolai Newland (Corentyne)National athlete Deshana Skeete jumped to a PB en route to a victory in the Long Jump Girls’ U-18 category.Okenoko Pascall (District 5) also broke a record in the throws, when he was able to push the shot put 14.25m to eclipse the 2017 record of Sean Lam (13.43m).The other record broken was in the javelin Boys U-20 division. Joshua Tappin hurled the javelin to a distance of 57.31m, which was better than his District 10 teammate Jermaine Simmons’s 2018 mark of 55.88m.Outside of the records, there were several finals, including a victory for national athlete Deshana Skeete in the Long Jump Girls U-18 category. Skeete broke her PB in the event en route to a gold medal. Her top jump of 5.30m, was however off the mark of Chantoba Bright’s 5.82m mark, which was made in 2017.The 2019 meet, which is scheduled to conclude on Friday, is set to continue today at the same venue with more track and field action.