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Independent councillor Mícheál Choilm Mac Giolla Easbuig has urged the government and Donegal County Council to review the level of funding for the Donegal Islands. Last August, €359,000 had been allocated to all the Donegal Islands, a reduction of 25% in funding levels to the year prior.Speaking to Donegal Daily after visiting residents on Gola Island, Mícheál Cholm said serious investment and support was needed for the islands before it was too late. “The islands are very important to the county and I have spent a lot of time and focus over the last five years on them,” he said“For me, they are very important and I hold them close to my heart and they have been neglected by successive governments and councils in Donegal, which isn’t right or fair to the people who spend their lives there.“And the vast majority of our councillors don’t bother with the islands because they see it as politically irrelevant, that’s the truth of the matter.”Cllr Mícheál Choilm on Gola Island on Sunday“It is about treating people equally right across Donegal and those islands have a massive influence on our culture and history. “Walking through Gola (Island) on Sunday you could see clearly the lack of investment and not just on the infrastructure but into the people themselves who have been neglected for generations.“But what excites me now is the new group of young people that are starting a return to the island and see themselves, just like their ancestors before them, as islanders.“So, the powers at be, need to be supporting these young people at every opportunity and, we as a council and as a state, need to be doing far more than is being done at present.”Urgent funding required for ‘politically irrelevant’ Donegal Islands – Cllr Mac Giolla Easbuig was last modified: March 25th, 2019 by Shaun KeenanShare 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:gola island
There are 78 fewer professionals working in mental health services across the HSE region CHO1 than ten years ago new figures show.The local HSE Area, which covers counties Donegal, Cavan, Leitrim, Monaghan and Sligo, has seen the number of full-time posts within mental health services being reduced from 1,032 in 2009 down to just 954 as of July this year.Deputy Pearse Doherty said the figures illustrate the complete disregard the government has for people with mental health problems. He added the shocking figures come amidst an ongoing recruitment and retention crisis with some 700 vacancies in mental health services alone across the state.Deputy Doherty said “These figures which reveal that there are today 78 fewer full-time staff employed within local Community based mental health services here in the northwest region compared to the same period ten years ago is beyond comprehension.“As a local elected representative, I am constantly being contacted by families who share stories of loved ones who are being let down by gaps in the service, often citing a lack of community and after hours care and support.“And despite the best efforts of our hard working frontline staff, these latest figures clearly show that local mental health services here in Donegal and neighbouring counties are chronically understaffed and under resourced. “The data illustrates that while for the majority of HSE regions there have been an increase, albeit a modest one, in the number of staff working within mental health services, CHO1 – which includes Donegal – is one of the areas where staffing levels are lower than they were back in 2009.“It’s no surprise that a recent Mental Health Commission report was damning in its criticism of how problems such as poor hygiene within mental health units, as well as inadequate staffing were undermining patients’ rights and called on the government to make significant steps to address these issues.“This is why, prior to the summer recess, Sinn Féin tabled and won support for amendments to a Dáil motion which called on both the government and the HSE to produce a real plan aimed at improving patient care and at providing support to staff and all those working within mental health services.“Our amendments included demands that the post of National Director for Mental Health be reinstated, that an information system for mental health services be developed, and for the government to commit to not implementing a freeze on recruitment or overtime for essential staff.“However, the government continues to drag its heels on taking steps towards improving services for those living with mental health difficulties and – as we’ve seen all too many times before – patients here in Donegal continue to suffer disproportionately due to Fine Gael’s health policies.” 78 fewer mental health professionals in Northwest than 10 years ago was last modified: September 6th, 2019 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)
The Warriors aren’t littered with question marks — they’ve won three NBA titles in the past four years, after all.But Warriors fans still have plenty of questions. Pretty good ones, actually. Send questions for future Warriors mailbags to me on Twitter or by following our coverage via our free email newsletter, Warriors HQ.Before we roll with the mailbag, we just want to be sure you didn’t miss anything from the opener. Here are my takeaways from opening night, here’s Dieter Kurtenbach’s …
Share Facebook Twitter Google + LinkedIn Pinterest The 2015-2016 Ohio Cattlemen’s Association (OCA) BEST (Beef Exhibitor Show Total) Program wrapped up on May 7 with its annual awards banquet held at the Ohio Expo Center in Columbus.“The banquet is a time to celebrate the many achievements of our BEST participants, both in and out of the show ring,” said Stephanie Sindel, BEST coordinator. “Each participant is recognized for their hard work by family, friends and BEST supporters alike.”Several representatives from program sponsors, Bob Evans Farms, Burroughs Frazier Farms, Farm Credit Mid-America, M.H. Eby, Ohio Farm Bureau Federation and Weaver Livestock, were on hand to help present awards totaling more than $50,000 in belt buckles, luggage, show materials and other awards.This year’s BEST program featured 15 sanctioned shows that weaved its way across the state with over 550 youth participants showing 740 head of market animals and heifers. Banquet sponsorsThe BEST program also receives tremendous support for awards and the awards banquet. The 2015-2016 banquet and award sponsors were Hamilton Insurance Agency, Harsh’s Farm Service, Heritage Cooperative, Highland Livestock Supply, Kent Nutrition Group, Merchants National Bank, United Producers, Inc. and Weaver Leather Livestock. These sponsors donated a wonderful set of door prizes and offered monetary support for awards.State breed associations sponsoring belt buckle cases for the winners in each of the respective breeds: Buckeye Hereford Association, Ohio Angus Association, Ohio Mid-Eastern Maine-Anjou Association, Ohio Shorthorn Breeders Association and Ohio Simmental Association. The Ohio Cattlemen’s Association sponsored the remaining breeds’ winners. BEST CommitteeThe OCA BEST program functions with the strong backing of the BEST Committee. Serving on the BEST Committee are Chairman Todd Pugh, Vice-Chairman Mark Hara, Patricia Cluxton, Brandon Corry, Ashley Culp, Alice Frazier, Breanne Gabriel, Roy Norman, Bob Siegel and Bill Tom – the Ohio State Fair Beef Director. Sally Puzacke served as the Buckeye Classic show representative. During the BEST awards banquet, the new junior representatives for the 2016-2017 season were announced. They are Karigan Blue, Henry County; Brianna Ellish, Miami County; Haley Frazier, Jackson County and Kyle Piscione, Medina County. Continuing for her second term is Natalie Wagner, Brown County. Youth scholarshipsBEST participants efforts’ in academics and extracurricular activities are also recognized through the BEST Scholarship program, awarding three $1,000 scholarships. Scholarship winners were Adison Niese, Richland County; Cole Liggett; Tuscarawas County and Natalie Wagner, Brown County. Novice scholarshipsNew BEST participants were eligible to apply for a Novice sponsorship prior to the start of the BEST show season. To be eligible, youth ages 8 to 21 had to qualify for the Novice division by being first or second year BEST program participants. Novice eligible participants submitted an essay that was reviewed by a panel of judges that ranked the scholarship applications. The selected participants received a scholarship worth $105 to cover the cost of their family’s Ohio Cattlemen’s Association membership for $60 as well as one head BEST nomination fee valued at $45. Youth chosen were able to redeem their scholarship at the first BEST show they attended. The Novice scholarship program is sponsored by Weaver Leather Livestock and the recipients of the scholarship include: Evan Born, Adam and Kayler Frey, and Alexandra Sabine, Lorain County; Luke Brinksneader, Darke County; Andrew, David and Elijah Brown, Scioto County; Dana Clinedinst, Morrow County; Gage Farrar, Jackson County; Andrew and Gregory Flax, Clark County; Payton Freed, Muskingum County; Caitlyn and Joshua Gaddis, and Brandon and Peyton Hogg, Knox County; Morgan Gillespie and Luke Keifer, Butler County; Bergan Leonhardt, Crawford County; Taylor Linebaugh, Greene County; Blake Martin, Huron County; Autumn Mohler, Union County; Joseph Moody, Carroll County; Abigail Myers, Tuscarawas County; Austin Nicholl, Logan County; Evan Pope, Gallia County; Aaron Post, Mercer County; Logan and Luke Schroeder, Defiance County; Lauren and Megan Schulte, Putnam County; Emily Scott, Portage County; Alyssa Strope, Belmont County. M.H. Eby Trailer winnerParticipants in this year’s program received an entry into the drawing for the free use of an 8-foot by 26-foot Eby Trailer complete with BEST logo detailing for the 2016-2017 BEST season, donated by Eby Trailer. Participants were given an entry for every animal they showed at each show throughout the season equaling more than 4,300 entries. The lucky winner was Kinley Kreis, Adamsville, Ohio. Community Service Fundraising WinnersBEST participants worked this season to raise money for two charities, Make-A-Wish Foundation and the Ronald McDonald House. Haley Frazier, Jackson, Ohio received a $500 gift certificate for a shopping spree with Weaver Leather Livestock for collecting the most pop tabs for the Ronald McDonald House Charity. Abigail Thornton, Amanda, Ohio received a $500 gift certificate to be used on show supplies with Weaver Leather Livestock for being the top fundraiser in the Make-A-Wish project. Megan Becker, Whipple, Ohio was also a top fundraiser and received a $500 gift certificate Gift certificate winnersJosie Kidwell, Walhonding, Ohio, won the drawing for a $500 gift certificate toward the purchase of her next show animal from an OCA member. Winning a Show Pass valued at more than $850 was Hailee Carter, Millersburg, Ohio. A gas card valued at $100 was won by Josh Champer, Mount Sterling, Ohio. Novice show box drawingNovice participant Levi DeLong, Laurelville, Ohio won a new Show Box in a novice-only drawing, donated by Weaver Livestock. 15-show attendeesIt takes a lot of time and dedication for juniors and their parents to attend any of the BEST shows, but several individuals attended all 15 BEST shows across the state. Forty-nine BEST participants won a single show pass for the 2016-2017 season.Photography contestThis year’s photography contest had top-notch entries encompassing four divisions: BEST Shows and Activities, Landscapes, People and Around the Farm. Three winners were awarded in each age division and an Editor’s Choice and Editor’s Choice Honorable Mention were selected from all submissions. The winners were as follows: Beginner Division1st Place Beginner — Morgan Love, Fairfield Co.2nd Place Beginner — Ashton Bain, Highland Co.3rd Place Beginner — Brenna Shaffer, Lake Co. Junior Division1st Place Junior- Amanda Annett, Knox Co.2nd Place Junior — Mason Love, Fairfield Co.3rd Place Junior — Amanda Annett, Knox Co. Intermediate Division1st Place Intermediate — Emily Dahse, Gallia Co.2nd Place Intermediate — Kyle Piscione, Medina Co.3rd Place Intermediate — Kathy Lehman, Richland Co. Senior Division1st Place Senior — Kelsey Decker, Fairfield Co.2nd Place Senior — Morgan Smith, Washington Co.3rd Place Senior — Morgan Smith, Washington Co. Editor’s ChoiceEditor’s Choice — Kelsey Decker, Fairfield Co.Editor’s Choice Honorable Mention — Amanda Annett, Knox Co. Heifer and Market Animal ChampionsBreed Division ChampionsAngusChampion Angus Heifer — Nevaeh Powers, Fulton Co.Reserve Champion Angus Heifer — Michelle Bockelman, Henry Co.Third Overall Angus Heifer — Jacob LeBrun, Scioto Co.Fourth Overall Angus Heifer — Ellie Kidwell, Knox Co.Fifth Overall Angus Heifer — Baylee Carey, Highland Co.Champion Angus Steer — Carly Sanders, Highland Co.Reserve Champion Angus Steer — Jacob LeBrun, Scioto Co. ChianinaChampion Chianina Heifer — Kathy Lehman, Richland Co.Reserve Champion Chianina Heifer — Abbie Collins, Preble Co.Third Overall Chianina Heifer — Jared Cluxton, Brown Co.Fourth Overall Chianina Heifer — Allison Herr, Fulton Co.Fifth Overall Chianina Heifer — Colton Burkett, Ashland Co.Champion Chianina Steer — Kinley Kreis, Muskingum Co.Reserve Champion Chianina Steer — Ethan Davies, Wood Co. HerefordChampion Hereford Heifer — Hudson Drake, Ross Co.Reserve Champion Hereford Heifer — Austin Hunker, Huron Co.Champion Hereford Steer — Noah Smith, Sandusky Co.Reserve Champion Hereford Steer — Jackson Grimes, Logan Co. Maine-AnjouChampion High % Maine-Anjou Heifer — Adison Niese, Richland Co.Reserve Champion High % Maine-Anjou Heifer — Kinley Kreis, Muskingum Co. Champion MaineTainer Heifer — Kathy Lehman, Richland Co.Reserve Champion MaineTainer Heifer — Dalton Kennedy, Adams Co.Third Overall MaineTainer Heifer — Ashley Buell, Licking Co.Fourth Overall MaineTainer Heifer — Rufus Levi Tackett, Scioto Co.Fifth Overall MaineTainer Heifer — Jordan Johnson, Gallia Co.Champion Maine-Anjou Steer — Lori Millenbaugh, Crawford Co.Reserve Champion Maine-Anjou Steer — Lindsey Pugh, Stark Co.Third Overall Maine-Anjou Steer — Victoria Waits, Fayette Co.Fourth Overall Maine-Anjou Steer — Kendal Widman, Crawford Co.Fifth Overall Maine-Anjou Steer — Clay Foor, Licking Co. ShorthornChampion Shorthorn Heifer — Taylor Morbitzer, Franklin Co.Reserve Champion Shorthorn Heifer — Jessica Millenbaugh, Crawford Co.Third Overall Shorthorn Heifer — Samantha VanVorhis, Wood Co.Fourth Overall Shorthorn Heifer — Brandee Painter, Licking Co.Fifth Overall Shorthorn Heifer — Cole McLaughlin, Monroe Co.Champion Shorthorn Steer — Emma Mathews, Clinton Co.Reserve Champion Shorthorn Steer — Tanner Cordes, Montgomery Co.Champion ShorthornPlus Heifer — Allison Davis, Carroll Co.Reserve Champion ShorthornPlus Heifer — Reilly Jacobs Bell, Muskingum Co.Champion ShorthornPlus Steer — Noah Cox, Athens Co.Reserve Champion ShorthornPlus Steer — Victoria Waits, Fayette Co. SimmentalChampion Simmental Heifer — Olivia Dickson, Licking Co.Reserve Champion Simmental Heifer — Cade Liggett, Tuscarawas Co.Champion % Simmental Heifer — Brooke Hayhurst, Wayne Co.Reserve Grand Champion % Simmental Heifer — Austin Garner, Butler Co.Third Overall % Simmental Heifer — Matthew Koverman, Scioto Co.Fourth Overall % Simmental Heifer — Tyson Woodard, Guernsey Co.Fifth Overall % Simmental Heifer — Nick McConnell, Knox Co.Champion Simmental Steer — Kinzee Shafer, Preble Co.Reserve Champion Simmental Steer — Delaney Jones, Allen Co. AOBChampion AOB Heifer — Austin Hunker, Huron, Co.Reserve Champion AOB Heifer — Austin Schneder, Clinton Co.Champion AOB Steer — Zane Davison, Madison Co.Reserve Champion AOB Steer — Kennedy Thompson, Clinton Co. MiniatureChampion Miniature Heifer — Isaac Wiley, Morrow Co.Reserve Champion Miniature Heifer — Walker Wiley, Morrow Co.Champion Miniature Steer — Franklin Kinney, Logan Co.Reserve Champion Miniature Steer — Henry Strow, Wood Co. Market HeiferChampion Market Heifer — Kendra Gabriel, Pickaway Co.Reserve Champion Market Heifer — Austin Schneder, Clinton Co.Third Overall Market Heifer — Lauren McIntosh, Brown Co.Fourth Overall Market Heifer — Caroline Blay, Portage Co.Fifth Overall Market Heifer — Rufus Levi Tackett, Scioto Co. CrossbredChampion Crossbred Heifer — Destiny LaFever, Ashland Co.Reserve Champion Crossbred Heifer — Kendra Gabriel, Pickaway Co.Third Overall Crossbred Heifer — Karlie Kennedy, Adams Co.Fourth Overall Crossbred Heifer — Kylee Bloomfield, Crawford Co.Fifth Overall Crossbred Heifer — Abbie Collins, Preble Co.Champion Crossbred Steer — Abigail Myers, Tuscarawas Co.Reserve Champion Crossbred Steer — Kendra Gabriel, Pickaway Co.Third Overall Crossbred Steer — Caden Jones, Allen Co.Fourth Overall Crossbred Steer — Lori Millenbaugh, Crawford Co.Fifth Overall Crossbred Steer — Alayna Kellar, Harrison Co.Sixth Overall Crossbred Steer — Luke Brinksneader, Darke Co.Seventh Overall Crossbred Steer — Carter Smith, Holmes Co.Eighth Overall Crossbred Steer (tie) — Alayna McIntosh, Brown Co.Eighth Overall Crossbred Steer (tie) — Jayden Shriver, Gallia Co.Ninth Overall Crossbred Steer (tie) — Jonna Goss, Hocking Co.Ninth Overall Crossbred Steer (tie) — Luke Brinksneader, Darke Co.Tenth Overall Crossbred Steer — Adam Thompson, Clinton Co.Eleventh Overall Crossbred Steer (tie) — Mindy Barr, Pickaway Co.Eleventh Overall Crossbred Steer (tie) — Danielle Hoffman, Richland Co.Twelfth Overall Crossbred Steer — Madalynn Bruckelmyer, Licking Co.Thirteenth Overall Crossbred Steer (tie) — Kelsey Crandall, Darke Co.Thirteenth Overall Crossbred Steer (tie) — Mackenzie Hursey, Tuscarawas Co.Fourteenth Overall Crossbred Steer (tie) — Brice Phelps, Union Co.Fourteenth Overall Crossbred Steer (tie) — Hayden Belleville, Wood Co.Fifteenth Overall Crossbred Steer — Caitlin Gallagher, Lorain Co. BEST Novice ChampionsHeifersChampion Novice Heifer (tie) — Olivia Dickson, Licking Co. – Purebred SimmentalChampion Novice Heifer (tie) — Destiny LaFever, Ashland Co. — CrossbredReserve Champion Novice Heifer (tie) — Nevaeh Powers, Fulton Co. — AngusReserve Champion Novice Heifer (tie) — Kylee Bloomfield, Crawford Co. – CrossbredThird Overall Novice Heifer (tie) — Ellie Day, Ross Co. — CrossbredThird Overall Novice Heifer (tie) — Jordan Moffit, Huron Co. – CrossbredFourth Overall Novice Heifer — Gage Farrar, Jackson Co. – CrossbredFifth Overall Novice Heifer — Rufus Levi Tackett, Scioto Co. – MaineTainerSixth Overall Novice Heifer — Lauren McIntosh, Brown Co. – CrossbredSeventh Overall Novice Heifer — Hannah French, Huron Co. – CrossbredEighth Overall Novice Heifer — Maddox Cupp, Fairfield Co. – HerefordNinth Overall Novice Heifer — Allison Herr, Fulton Co. – ChianinaTenth Overall Novice Heifer — Tyson Woodard, Guernsey Co. – % Simmental Market AnimalsChampion Novice Steer — Carly Sanders, Highland Co. – AngusReserve Champion Novice Steer (tie) — Tanner Cordes, Montgomery Co. — ShorthornReserve Champion Novice Steer (tie) — Abigail Myers, Tuscarawas Co. – CrossbredThird Overall Novice Steer — Jacob LeBrun, Scioto Co. – AngusFourth Overall Novice Steer — Franklin Kinney, Logan Co. – MiniatureFifth Overall Novice Steer — Caden Jones, Allen Co. – CrossbredSixth Overall Novice Steer — Alayna Kellar, Harrison Co. – CrossbredSeventh Overall Novice Steer — Luke Brinksneader, Darke Co. – CrossbredEighth Overall Novice Steer — Ethan Davies, Wood Co. – ChianinaNinth Overall Novice Steer — Delaney Jones, Allen Co. — Purebred SimmentalTenth Overall Novice Steer — Jayden Shriver, Gallia Co. – Crossbred BEST Bred & Owned ChampionsHeifersChampion Bred & Owned Heifer — Kathy Lehman, Richland Co. – MaineTainerReserve Champion Bred & Owned Heifer— Ashley Buell, Licking Co. – MaineTainerThird Overall Bred & Owned Heifer — Jordan Johnson, Gallia Co. – MaineTainerFourth Overall Bred & Owned Heifer — Michelle Bockelman, Henry Co. – AngusFifth Overall Bred & Owned Heifer— Mya Hetrick, Sandusky Co. – Shorthorn SteersChampion Bred & Owned Steer — Wally Minges, Butler Co. – ShorthornPlusReserve Champion Bred & Owned Steer — Ian Gehret, Darke Co. — Maine-AnjouThird Overall Bred & Owned Steer — Luke McKee, Knox Co. — Maine-AnjouFourth Overall Bred & Owned Steer — Brooke Weeks, Champaign Co. — Maine-AnjouFifth Overall Bred & Owned Steer — Austin Nicholl, Logan Co. — Chianina BEST Showmanship WinnersNoviceChampion Novice Showman — Allison Herr, Fulton Co.Reserve Novice Showman — Drew Browning, Muskingum Co.Third Overall Novice Showman — Luke Brinksneader, Darke Co.Fourth Overall Novice Showman — Beau Johnson, Gallia Co.Fifth Overall Novice Showman — Dakota Warnimont, Putnam Co.Sixth Overall Novice Showman — Abigail Thornton, Fairfield Co.Seventh Overall Novice Showman — Shala Graham, Licking Co.Eighth Overall Novice Showman — Avery Moore, Erie Co.Ninth Overall Novice Showman — Levi DeLong, Ross Co.Tenth Overall Novice Showman — Paige Pence, Clark Co. BeginnerChampion Beginner Showman — Hudson Drake, Ross Co.Reserve Beginner Showman — Ellie Day, Ross Co.Third Overall Beginner Showman — Karlie Kennedy, Adams Co.Fourth Overall Beginner Showman — Neveah Powers, Fulton Co.Fifth Overall Beginner Showman — Sydney Sanders, Highland Co.Sixth Overall Beginner Showman — Madison Paden, Guernsey Co.Seventh Overall Beginner Showman — Blake Herdman, Highland Co.Eighth Overall Beginner Showman — Carly Sanders, Highland Co.Ninth Overall Beginner Showman — Ethan Davies, Wood Co.Tenth Overall Beginner Showman — Logan Schroeder, Defiance Co. JuniorChampion Junior Showman — Victoria Waits, Fayette Co.Reserve Champion Junior Showman — Chris Tooms, Muskingum Co.Third Overall Junior Showman — Harrison Blay, Portage Co.Fourth Overall Junior Showman — Mya Hetrick, Sandusky Co.Fifth Overall Junior Showman — Destiny Lafever, Ashland Co.Sixth Overall Junior Showman — Fulton Kennedy, Adams Co.Seventh Overall Junior Showman — Erin Pope, Gallia Co.Eighth Overall Junior Showman — Hunter Harris, Adams Co.Ninth Overall Junior Showman — Caden Jones, Allen Co.Tenth Overall Junior Showman — Kinzee Shafer, Preble Co. IntermediateChampion Intermediate Showman — Allison Davis, Carroll Co.Reserve Champion Intermediate Showman — Dalton Kennedy, Adams Co.Third Overall Intermediate Showman — Lori Millenbaugh, Crawford Co.Fourth Overall Intermediate Showman — Olivia Wood, Clinton Co.Fifth Overall Intermediate Showman —Jordan Johnson, Gallia Co.Sixth Overall Intermediate Showman — Kathy Lehman, Richland Co.Seventh Overall Intermediate Showman — Kyle Piscione, Medina Co.Eighth Overall Intermediate Showman — Cade Liggett, Tuscarawas Co.Ninth Overall Intermediate Showman — Emily Paden, Guernsey Co.Tenth Overall Intermediate Showman (tie) — Hannah Topmiller, Warren Co.Tenth Overall Intermediate Showman (tie) — Haley Frazier, Jackson Co. SeniorChampion Senior Showman — Taylor Morbitzer, Franklin Co.Reserve Champion Senior Showman (tie) — Kendra Gabriel, Pickaway Co.Reserve Champion Senior Showman (tie) — Jessica Millenbaugh, Crawford Co.Third Overall Senior Showman — Emma Mathews, Clinton Co.Fourth Overall Senior Showman — Mindy Barr, Pickaway Co.Fifth Overall Senior Showman — Austin Garner, Butler Co.Sixth Overall Senior Showman — Danielle Whitted, Portage Co.Seventh Overall Senior Showman — Bricen Hess, Highland Co.Eighth Overall Senior Showman — Brianna Ellish, Miami Co.Ninth Overall Senior Showman — Lindsey Pugh, Stark Co.Tenth Overall Senior Showman — Jacob Jones, Brown Co.
IT + Project Management: A Love Affair klint finley Related Posts Massive Non-Desk Workforce is an Opportunity fo… 3 Areas of Your Business that Need Tech Now You dial the conference call number. Or you can copy and paste it into Skype, or just click the link in your phone’s e-mail app. Then you have to enter your 12 digit conference ID number, or whatever this particular system calls it. If you’re on your phone and away from your computer, maybe you jotted it down on a piece of scrap paper. If not, you need to switch back and forth between your dialer and the app that the ID number.You punch in the number. You wait. Nothing happens. You realize you forgot to hit pound at the end. OK, pound. The robotic voice on the other end slowly, carefully reads the whole number back to you. Are you sure this is the number you meant to dial? Yes of course it is, stupid robot! You hit “one” to confirm. You wait. Sorry, this access code is incorrect. Please enter your 12 digit conference participant ID access code number followed by pound now. Arh, that wasn’t the right number after all. You try again, this time remembering to hit pound. The robot repeats it back to you again and you confirm. Finally, you enter the conference call, a bit late.Pleasantries are exchanged, the conference gets rolling and then…someone’s call gets dropped. Everyone waits for them to dial back in and run the access code gauntlet.Why do we still have to put up with this process in a time in which most of us are dialing in with sophisticated smartphones or from VOIP applications on powerful desktops? Sure, there are a couple alternatives. Many Web-based conference calls have VOIP option. But in my experience, the audio quality is usually unusably bad. I’m better off calling in with Skype than using the conference software’s native voice support.The conference organizer may also be able to dial-out to the participants. If everyone’s on Skype, someone can just call all the other participants to initiate a conference. WebEx has that call me back feature, if you’re willing and able to launch the application and login that way.But shouldn’t it be possible, since nearly everyone will be calling from some sort of technologically advanced device, to embed the access code into a link that could be clicked just once to dial into the conference? It might require partnering with carriers and handset manufacturers, but wouldn’t it be much nicer to click once to call a conference?There are a few third-party apps that try to mitigate the experience by letting you paste your conference ID into a specially designed conference call dialer, but I’d like a more seamless experience provided by conference call vendors directly, and without needing to download dedicated apps.I suppose this is the sort of problem unified communications is supposed to solve eventually. Why not solve it now, instead of in some magic time in the future when we’re all running interoperable UC platforms?Feel free to steal this idea, or to tell me about those that are already implementing it.Photo by Samantha Celera Tags:#Communications#enterprise Cognitive Automation is the Immediate Future of…
Start Free Trial Already a member? Log in This article is only available to GBA Prime Members Sign up for a free trial and get instant access to this article as well as GBA’s complete library of premium articles and construction details. The Building America program, a branch of the U.S. Department of Energy, funds research on ways to improve the energy performance of new and existing homes and provides advice to new home builders and home-performance contractors. In recent decades, Building America has provided millions of dollars of research grants to energy consulting companies, including the Building Science Corporation, Consol, Florida Solar Energy Center, IBACOS, Passive House Institute U.S., and Steven Winter Associates.One of the latest projects funded by Building America is a web site called the Building America Solution Center (BASC), created by employees of the Pacific Northwest National Laboratory. The web site’s aims are announced on its home page: “The Building America Solution Center provides access to expert information on hundreds of high-performance construction topics, including air sealing and insulation, HVAC components, windows, indoor air quality, and much more.” The creators of the web site hope that builders will visit the site to educate themselves on building science issues and to find answers to questions on home performance.Are you a fan of checklist-based certification programs? Whether you love them or hate them, you can review a collection of “program checklists” on the BASC web site. The web site also includes links to research papers and builders’ guides, as well as an image library and a collection of videos.Finally, the web site includes a great many tips for sales personnel and marketing professionals. An overview of the web site The web page offers links to six main sections:In addition to these six main sections, the home page has a sidebar that directs users to several other web pages, including pages called “code briefs,” “image gallery,” “videos,” and “sales tool.”…
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Manchester United have not committed to signing reinforcements in January as it is difficult to recruit the right players during the mid-season transfer window, manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer said on Wednesday.Solskjaer, who sanctioned the departures of forwards Romelu Lukaku and Alexis Sanchez in the close season without acquiring replacements, conceded last month that his squad was light, especially after injuries to several key players. “On transfers, we always look at the long term. It might be one, two or none in January,” Solskjaer told reporters ahead of Thursday’s Europa League match against Partizan Belgrade at Old Trafford.”The summer window is the one we always look to. You cannot really do too many good deals in January.”United are top of Group L in the Europa League and the Norwegian manager said he trusted his young core to step up in the absence of injured seniors.”We’ve seen some young players getting a chance and doing well,” he added. “Mason (Greenwood) has given us a winner, Brandon (Williams) was fantastic in Belgrade.”We’ve given other players a chance to play which has been fantastic because you cannot play with the same 12-13 players all the time.”However, United sit 10th in the Premier League with three wins in 11 games and Solskjaer said the return of midfielder Paul Pogba and defenders Luke Shaw and Eric Bailly from injury would add the required experience to move up the standings.”I think this team is improving and the longer time we get together, the more we will improve. I can see the improvement in these kids more and more,” Solskjaer said.”We need the experienced lads. Paul, we’ve got Anthony (Martial) back and hopefully we’ll have Luke back soon. Eric will be back soon.”(Pogba) won’t be too long before he he’s out of his cast, he’ll work through the international break and hopefully we’ll have him back in early December.” 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. januaryManchester Unitedole gunnar solskjaertransfer First Published: November 7, 2019, 12:32 PM IST