Tags: Aaren Vaughns/Aaron Wade/Adewale Adeoye/Darwin Thompson/Dax Raymond/Eltoro Allen/Emerson Woods/Gaje Ferguson/Jalen Greene/Jontrell Rocquemore/Justen Hervey/Ofa Latu/Pro Day/Quin Ficklin/Rob Castaneda/Roman Andrus/Ron’quavion Tarver/Sean Taylor/Stan Laub Indoor Training Center/USU Football Should any interviews occur, they will be conducted at the completion of workouts at the Laub Center. Written by Among those to participate include defensive end Adewale Adeoye running back Eltoro Allen, offensive lineman Roman Andrus, offensive lineman Rob Castaneda, safety Gaje Ferguson, offensive lineman Quin Ficklin, receiver Jalen Greene, running back Justen Hervey, linebacker Ofa Latu, tight end Dax Raymond, free safety Jontrell Rocquemore, receiver Ron’Quavion Tarver, offensive lineman Sean Taylor, tailback Darwin Thompson, receiver Aaren Vaughns, safety Aaron Wade and tight end Emerson Woods. Brad James March 25, 2019 /Sports News – Local USU Football Hosts Pro Day Wednesday The pro day commences at 8:00 am at the ICON Sports Performance Center. FacebookTwitterLinkedInEmailLOGAN, Utah-Wednesday, Utah State football hosts Pro Day which will feature 17 former Aggies showcasing their skills before the gaze of NFL personnel at the Stan Laub Indoor Training Center.
The winter wheat variety Crusoe has been impressing growers due to its quality and disease resistance, according to its breeder Limagrain UK.Despite the poor harvest seen last summer, Crusoe grower Clive Wreathall, from Chapel Farm, combined a bumper crop of the wheat variety on his farm in south-west Kent, which is grown on contract for Warburtons.Limagrain said the new variety outperformed other well-established bread wheats on his farm, such as Solstice and Cordiale, with a yield of 11.2t/ha. It achieved protein levels of 14%, a specific weight of 80-82kg/hl and a high Hagberg to meet Warburtons 225 minimum, and sold his crop at Christmas for £244/t.Wreathall said: “On present form, Crusoe looks like being a successor to Solstice and looks like the kind of wheat we want to grow.”He added that the wheat produced a quality crop in a tough year, had good septoria disease resistance, and stiff straw, which was easy to combine.Limagrain UK said it had been working with Warburtons and its supplier, the British farming co-operative Openfield, from an early stage to establish the variety’s breadmaking credentials.Tudor Dawkins, technical manager at Openfield for Warburtons growers, said the variety can be grown as a first or second wheat, with a yield and protein content ahead of Solstice and another breadmaker Gallant.Its disease resistance is especially strong against yellow rust and mildew, while it has the highest resistance on the HGCA Recommended List with a score of 7 compared with a 5 for Solstice and Gallant, he added.
On Friday night, Primus continued their tour with a performance at The Stone Pony Summer Stage in Asbury Park. To end their show, the trio invited frequent collaborator and friend Dean Ween—also known as Mickey Melchiondo—of Ween fame to join them for their encore of “Southbound Pachyderm.” Ween, who was already in attendance of the performance, hopped on stage for this final number, shredding through the heavy, thirteen-minute show-closing jam.Ween Plays Their 1997 Album “The Mollusk” In Full For Oregon Crowd [Videos] [H/T JamBuzz] The collaboration was a surprise though certainly not unprecedented. In the past, Les Claypool and Deaner have frequently traded sit-ins, with last year alone seeing Melchiondo guesting with The Claypool Lennon Delirium in August while Claypool joined The Dean Ween Group back in June. Outside of the realm of music, Claypool and Gene are also known for their long-standing friendship, including their love of fish (no “Ph”).Take a listen to Friday’s collaboration between Primus and Dean Ween below, courtesy of Beavis.
Marshall, producer Paula Wagner and screenwriter J.F. Lawton are all working on the show. Although Marshall is most famous for his film work, he is no stranger to the stage and recently helmed Billy & Ray off-Broadway. Well color us happy, the stage adaptation is on its way! Garry Marshall has revealed that the previously reported Pretty Woman musical is “a year away but Disney’s behind it.” The legendary director told Deadline: “We’ve had a couple of little readings of it with temporary music, and it’s not bad. It’s still a darn good story.” View Comments Remind yourself how much fun a hooker romantic comedy can be below. The blockbuster movie, which memorably paired Julia Roberts and Richard Gere, follows the story of a Hollywood streetwalker and the corporate tycoon who hires her—and then falls for her. Think Pygmalion and My Fair Lady but with big hair and sleazy attire.
Sign up for our COVID-19 newsletter to stay up-to-date on the latest coronavirus news throughout New York Easter may be arriving early this year, but with many local egg hunts, parades, crafts, and brunches, the fun doesn’t have to stop. Whether it’s a gourmet meal or a heartwarming day spent with the Easter Bunny, hop on over to these family friendly events to make Easter season truly eggcellent.Spring EggstravaganzaStarting with a meet and greet with Peter Rabbit and ending with “carrot patch cookie” decorating, this seasonally themed family fun night will make for many big smiles! Long Island Children’s Museum. 11 Davis Ave., Garden City. licm.org. $9-11. 6-9 p.m. Mar. 24.Caumsett Foundation Members Annual Egg HuntOpen to members of The Caumsett Foundation and their families, this Annual Egg Hunt will have refreshments, crafts, petting zoos, and a special guest appearance by Mr. Bunny and Mr. Carrot for photos after the hunt! 25 Lloyd Harbor Rd., Lloyd Harbor. caumsettfoundation.org. $8 for parking. 10:30 a.m. Mar. 31.Easter Bonnet ParadeCan you design the best bonnet? Calling all bonnet enthusiasts and Easter lovers alike, this Easter Bonnet Parade will meet in front of Muse Restaurant and follow the Easter Bunny down Main Street! Open to all. Main St., Sag Harbor. sagharborchamber.com. Free. 1 p.m. Mar 31.EggstravaganzaDesigned for children from ages 5-12, your tweens and toddlers will be able to decorate their very own ‘nests’ and Easter eggs to bring home! Reservations required. Quogue Wildlife Refuge, 3 Old Country Rd., Quogue. quoguewildliferefuge.org. $8 per child. 11 a.m., 2 p.m. Mar 31.Egg Hunt and Spring FestivalRumor has it the Easter Bunny will be making a special appearance at this fun-filled event with face painting, storytelling, wildlife programs, egg hunts, and relay races! Sweetbriar Nature Center. 62 Eckernkamp Dr., Smithtown. sweetbriarnc.org. $15 for child, $5 for adults. 12 p.m. Mar 31.Easter Egg Hunt at The FarmWith a different field for each age group participating, all your little ones will be able to egg hunt at their own pace! Craft vendors each day and frequent Easter Bunny sightings make the pastoral setting of Benner’s farm an ideal place for Easter festivities! No registration required. Benner’s Farm. 56 Gnarled Hollow Rd., East Setauket. bennersfarm.com. $8 for adults and $6 for children and seniors. 12:30, 2 and 3:30 p.m. Mar. 31-Apr. 1.Easter Egg Hunt at Pump It UpYour kids will hop, jump, and bounce to find as many prize-redeemable Easter Eggs as they can! After working up an appetite hunting for eggs, the bagel breakfast will feature a special fluffy guest for pictures. Reservations required. Pump It Up. 225 Community Dr., Great Neck. pumpitupparty.com. $19.95. 9 a.m. Mar. 24.Egg HuntAccompany your little ones on this special program designed for the youngest members of the family! Peter Cottontail’s Trail will be the setting for an egg hunt followed by a fun Easter craft and gift for each child. Reservations required. Ages 2-4. Quogue Wildlife Refuge, 3 Old Country Rd., Quogue. quoguewildliferefuge.org. $8 per child. 9:30 a.m., 11 a.m. Apr 1.Easter Brunch at The AquariumHunt for eggs among sea anemone and exotic fish! This eggcentric adventure features an incredible brunch in the Sea Star Ballroom, craft stations, a visit from the Easter Bunny, and full admission to the aquariums many exhibits! Reservation required. Long Island Aquarium, 431 East Main St., Riverhead. longislandaquarium.com. Adults $54.95, Children 3-12 $26.95, Children 2 & under free. 10 a.m., 12 p.m., 2 p.m. Apr. 1.Sapphire Princess Easter Egg HuntWith eggs hidden starboard and portside, this egg hunt is rumored to be a splash! What better place to bring in Easter than a brunch aboard one of Long Island’s finest yachts? Captain Lou Fleet & Sapphire Princess, 11 Richmond St., Freeport. captloufleet.com. $45-70. 10 a.m-2 p.m. Apr. 1.Easter Parade and Egg HuntA lovely Easter Parade in Port Jefferson’s scenic village will be followed by an egg hunt extravaganza for the whole family! Port Jefferson Village, 101 East Bway., Port Jefferson. portjeff.com. Free. 12-1:30 p.m. Apr. 1.Easter Brunch BuffetSpring into Easter with an elaborate brunch buffet including mimosas and Bloody Marys! An egg hunt, followed by a visit to the petting zoo and pictures with the Easter Bunny will have the whole family smiling! Woodbury Country Club, 884 Jericho Tpke., Woodbury. woodburycc.com. $59.95 adult, $25.95 Children 3-12, Children 2 and under Free. 12-3 p.m. Apr. 1Egg Hunt on the BeachEnjoy an exquisite three-course dinner off the specially selected Easter Menu! With delicate flavors of spring and a signature carrot cake offered for dessert, the beachfront dinner and egg hunt is sure to be a delight! The Crescent Beach Club, 333 Bayville Ave., Bayville. cometotheocean.com. $55 adults and $20 children 12 and under. Seatings available at 11:30 a.m., 2 p.m., 4:30 p.m., and 7 p.m. Apr. 1.Classic Easter BrunchBottomless mimosas and champagne will be a staple at this Easter Brunch! Serving comfort classics like crispy bacon and buttery stacks of pancakes, The Library Cafe offers delicious and hearty breakfast favorites to celebrate Spring! The Library Cafe 274 Main St., Farmingdale lessings.com $25 per Adult $10.85 Children 10 a.m.-3 p.m. Apr. 1.Easter Brunch at The MansionBoasting an elaborate dessert table with a chocolate fountain and numerous delectable pastries, this splendid Easter Brunch will be set in one of Long Island’s renowned mansions. The Mansion at West Sayville 200 Main St., West Sayville lessings.com $49.95 per Adult $19.95 Children 4-10 Reservations available at 10:30 a.m., 11 a.m., 11:30 a.m., 1 p.m., 1:30 p.m., 2 p.m. Apr. 1.-Compiled by Karly Eberly and Stephanie Perrone
3SHARESShareShareSharePrintMailGooglePinterestDiggRedditStumbleuponDeliciousBufferTumblr As teachers and students wrap up an “always-too-short” summer and return to their familiar routine at school, one credit union decided to think out-of-the-box and deliver more than an apple to their school district’s teachers. The Utah State Legislature annually issues grants to school districts for commonly needed classroom supplies. Teachers are allocated hundreds of dollars each year so as to meet the unique educational requirements of their respective course curriculums. With district oversight, teachers may spend funds on a variety of supplies benefiting their students. Historically, teachers would purchase supplies from their personal account followed by a reimbursement request submitted to the district.Receiving its legislative allocation for the fiscal year 2015, Granite School District officials recognized the program’s inefficiencies and formed a committee seeking to improve the operative process. Chief among their stated objectives – streamline:Acquisition of classroom suppliesReimbursementTransparency of fund allocation continue reading »
We recently announced the winners of our 31st annual Herb Wegner Memorial Awards. Not familiar with the Wegner Awards?Since 1989, the Foundation has presented the Herb Wegner Memorial Awards, which are often referred to as the “Academy Awards” of the credit union movement. The awards are named in honor of the late Credit Union National Association (CUNA) CEO Herb Wegner, whose tireless dedication, innovative ideas and deeds truly revolutionized the ways that credit unions serve their communities.These awards are the credit union movement’s highest national honors and celebrate individuals and programs that put belief into action. Their achievements fulfill the mission of promoting financial freedom for millions of people around the world, and the awards are presented each year at a special event in conjunction with the CUNA Governmental Affairs Conference (GAC).This year’s awards dinner should be nothing short of inspirational and unforgettable as we honor our three awardees: Diana R. Dykstra, Crystal Long and the Nusenda Credit Union Foundation. continue reading » ShareShareSharePrintMailGooglePinterestDiggRedditStumbleuponDeliciousBufferTumblr
2SHARESShareShareSharePrintMailGooglePinterestDiggRedditStumbleuponDeliciousBufferTumblr NAFCU’s Virtual CFO Summit is built by CFOs, for CFOs. If you’re a CFO, VP of Finance or Controller, there’s never been a more important year to join us. As a top credit union finance professional, you hold special responsibility for helping maneuver your credit union towards its goals and through the recession. At NAFCU’s Virtual CFO Summit, December 9 – 10, you’ll acquire the actionable data, strategies and tactics you need to make urgent decisions and guide your credit union through this pandemic-fueled recession. In addition to insights and strategies, you’ll learn how to:Strengthen your understanding of the most up-to-the-second economic and regulatory data trendsHarness current-environment best practices around branching, lending, risk management, and servicing collections Examine how the crisis has rapidly changed consumer behavior so you can adjust to take advantageUncover best practices for effectively managing COVID-19’s impact on your allowance, optimizing your product profitability, and enhancing your crisis leadership skillsYou’ll also earn 11 CPE credits towards your CPA. Take a look at our agenda to see the sessions and speakers we have lined up. We worked with a full steering committee of CFOs to design this event around exactly what you’re looking for. Unable to watch during the event dates, or want to re-watch a session? Your registration gives you access to on-demand recordings of all conference sessions! We also recognize that these are extraordinary times, so we created special virtual pricing for this conference to accommodate your budget:NAFCU Member: $1,299 $699NAFCU Nonmember: $1,799 $999
(WBNG) — The Broome County Veterans Memorial Arena will soon have a new name after Maine’s Paper and Food’s contract expired in June. Visions will pay Broome County $60,000 per year, and that could increase to $120,000 if the county renovates the arena. Visions will also create a “reserve account dedicated to increasing the number of live events at the arena and Forum Theater”. The Broome County Legislature voted 13 to 1 in favor of giving naming rights to Visions Federal Credit Union. The resolution will allow the name change to take place in 2021, running through 2030.
Former Manchester United striker Dimitar Berbatov said their traditional foes Liverpool deserve to be crowned Premier League champions and it would be unfair on the Anfield side if the season cannot be completed due to the coronavirus outbreak.The campaign has been suspended with the league saying it was keeping the restart date under “constant review”.Liverpool, who have a 25-point advantage over reigning champions Manchester City and nine games left, need six more points to guarantee lifting their first title in 30 years. “People are suggesting to give the title to Liverpool, and honestly they deserve it the way they had been playing, nobody was going to catch them,” Berbatov, who scored 56 goals in four seasons at United told Betfair.”With the way they play their games, the football they produced and how far they are in front, they fully deserve the title this season.”While there has been speculation about a reduced season or even abandoning the campaign, the Premier League said the aim was still to complete all remaining league and cup matches.”However, any return to play will only be with the full support of Government and when medical guidance allows,” the league said in a statement on Friday.Ex-Bulgaria striker Berbatov, who also played for Tottenham Hotspur and Fulham in the English top flight, said he did not know which decision about completing the season would be the right one, adding “whatever is decided won’t be so popular”.In 2010 Berbatov became the first United player to score a hat-trick against arch-rivals Liverpool in 64 years as the home side enjoyed a thrilling 3-2 victory at Old Trafford.”It’s so strange, and it will be unfair on them (Liverpool) if the season is voided, they will be so disappointed,” he said.Topics :