FacebookTwitterCopy LinkEmail Ziemer Society Holiday Social Pop-Up Event Join us for the final 2019 Ziemer Society event at the Arts Council of SW Indiana on Wednesday, December 18, 2019, from 4:30-6:30 PM.Mix, Mingle, & Be Merry Wednesday, December. 18 from 4:30-6:30 pm at the Arts Council Gallery. Join Ziemer Society friends after work, between holiday events, or to finish your shopping while supporting local businesses downtown.The event is complimentary for Ziemer Society members and their guests. Come enjoy lite bites provide by Schymik’s Kitchen. Check out some of the local businesses that will be having extended hours for your gift-giving needs such as the Arts Council and Enjole’ Interiors.Annual memberships make great gifts as well for family and friends to give and receive! Be sure to take the opportunity to join or renew your 2020 annual membership during the event!The Arts Council of SW Indiana is located on the walkway in downtown at 212 Main Street, Evansville, IN.For more information, please contact Kim Greer, Foundation Development Specialist, at 812-485-4986 or [email protected]
Welcome to the new-look British Baker, incorporating Bake & Take magazine! We are bigger, brighter and there are other major developments too.We have more pages, so there will be more to read in each issue. And, just as the baking industry has seen a lot of consolidation and change in recent years, British Baker has followed suit, so from now on, we will publish fortnightly.However, those of you who like to keep up-to-date with our unrivalled news coverage will be able to find it every day on our new-look website – [http://www.bakeryinfo.co.uk]. In addition, our new website has links to other events, such as the Baking Industry Awards, where you will be able to download entry forms to fill in and send off. Please hurry, as there is just over a month to go until the deadline and there’s a category for everyone!We cannot bring you all the elements of our new look in a single issue but, over the following fortnights, we shall look at businesses small and large, from traditional craft bakers and café owners to supermarket bakers and buyers and from bakery food manufacturers to plant bakers, plus, of course, ingredients and machinery, both essential to the bakery sector. We also have imaginative recipes lined up, from sandwich fillings to chocolate logs for all seasons!And, of course, we will include the very element that gives this industry its heart and its passion – the people – whether it is Jonathan Warburton putting his signature to every family loaf, a craft baker baking the freshest bread possible, or sandwich and café owners vying for the best ambience and best offering of baked goods.Our regular columnists will keep us on our toes and we will discuss all manner of issues affecting the baking industry. But one person we would really like to hear from is YOU. Please tell us what you think of our new look and contents. Email our friendly senior secretary Liz Ellis at: [email protected] and she will collate all your comments.I will be at Baking Industry Exhibition from Sunday 6 to Wednesday 9 April, so I hope to see you there!
Facebook Twitter Google+ Published on March 21, 2017 at 12:54 am Jim Boeheim has an untouchable air about him. That’s earned after nearly a half-century of coaching at the same school. He operates his team freely, says what he wants and continues to lead Syracuse even after demonstrating a “lack of institutional control” in the NCAA’s eyes.But the truth is, Boeheim felt boxed in by an email. Specifically, the 11th paragraph of a campus-wide email sent in the wake of NCAA sanctions on March 18, 2015.“Coach Boeheim … intends to retire as Head Coach in three years,” the message from Chancellor Kent Syverud said.Boeheim no longer dictated his exit from the program he built. An email did.“I did not want to make it public,” Boeheim said of his preplanned retirement on Monday. “I thought that was a mistake … I was overruled.”AdvertisementThis is placeholder textNow there’s a new course in place, one that aligns precisely with Boeheim’s desire for secrecy and ambiguity. Mike Hopkins’ hiring as Washington’s next head coach left the Orange without its next head coach. That cornered Director of Athletics John Wildhack into making a decision about Boeheim, slated to yield the head coaching position to Hopkins after next season. Wildhack offered Boeheim a contract extension, the length of which is being kept secret.So as Boeheim and Wildhack fielded questions at the Carmelo K. Anthony Basketball Center on Monday afternoon, neither offered a new path of succession. The only set plan is for Boeheim to keep coaching as long as his contract allows. No head coach-designates, no emailed retirement plans, no proposals at all. Just the way Boeheim wants.“I was perfectly content to coach the three years,” Boeheim said. “But now that this change has occurred, I’m happy that it has turned this way.“I’m pretty excited about what’s going to happen the next two or three years.”The next few years were supposed to be about Boeheim’s era transitioning into that of Hopkins. Instead, Hopkins is the primary reason the Boeheim era will survive years longer than anyone thought a few days ago.Syracuse affixed the “head coach-designate” label to Hopkins in June 2015, three months after Boeheim’s retirement plan surfaced. The succession plan was Boeheim’s idea, he said Monday, and it was ideal for Boeheim to hand the head coaching reins to someone he considers to be a son.But even with a firm course of action already set, Boeheim repeatedly danced around the subject of his retirement. He admitted as much on Monday, saying he liked making jokes about his planned exit.When Hopkins bolted for the Huskies, it only confirmed the thought in many people’s minds: Hopkins left because Boeheim wouldn’t. Boeheim adamantly refuted that claim on Monday. He wasn’t willing to retire for Syracuse’s sake, not for an email’s sake, but for Hopkins’ sake.With Hopkins out of the picture, there was nothing from keeping Boeheim in it.“Ultimately my recommendation was what I thought was in the best interest of the program,” said Wildhack, the man who recommended Boeheim’s contract extension to Syverud and the Board of Trustees. “This is the result of that.”The real result is flexibility. Boeheim isn’t bound to any terms but his own. He once again has the freedom to change his mind on retirement, something he said has crossed his mind over the last 10 or so years.Despite that, it didn’t take much to convince the 72-year-old to sign an extended contract. Boeheim’s immediate thought was to continue coaching to maintain continuity in the program, a bubbly phrase that means more about preserving recruits than anything else.So when Wildhack put the mysterious deal in front of Boeheim, there wasn’t much deliberation needed.“I didn’t think about it,” Boeheim said. “It was done.”Working with an athletic director who didn’t experience the ugliness of NCAA sanctions, Boeheim has a new lease on his career. Wildhack said he looked at his decision from a “360-degree perspective,” implying he’s not oblivious to what happened years ago. But at the same time, it didn’t matter.Boeheim’s going to pilot his program for as long as he wants. That’s how Wildhack felt it should be, and ultimately that’s how Syverud, who authored Boeheim’s previous retirement plan, felt it should be. At the end of a severe shakeup, at least by Syracuse basketball standards, Boeheim succeeds Boeheim.Said Wildhack: “I believe this is the best outcome.”So does Jim Boeheim. Comments
Over 10,000 runners are expected to hit the streets of Accra on Saturday, November 29, under the theme “fit for life” ultra-marathon second edition event.The 50km event put together by Runathon Ghana Foundation is to drum home the essence of being fit and always staying away from diseases.The second edition of this event dubbed “fit for life” will see athletes commence the race from the Osu end of the Accra Sports Stadium at the, through some principal streets like Labadi Road, Burma Camp, Airport Road, Gold House, Kanda Highway, with the Independence Square as the final point.Eric Addae, founder of Runathon Ghana Foundation, former long distance runner described this year’s event as the only biggest thing to happen to Ghana for the second time running and the ultra-marathon in West Africa sub region.This year’s edition will include 50km ultra-marathon race, 50km wheelchair ultra-marathon races and above, 50km 5-man road relay (at 10km intervals), and a mass 10km health walk. “Our choice of this distance of 50 km underscores the need for us all to go that extra mile in preventing diseases such as Blood Pressure, Diabetes, Hypertension, Stroke and et al.“Running such a great distance will also give our long distance athletes the needed depth of aerobic base and fitness, to get faster in long distance events and a special relay for a family of five be introduced”. He stated According to Addae, prospective runners should be 18 years and above and can contact any CAL Bank nationwide for the registration forms for 20ghc.He added that, foreigners resident in Ghana, as well as non-residents, will be required to pay 20ghc. as registration fee and the family relay of five for 50GHC At stake is a mouth watering prize for the ultimate winner with the second place and the third place also going home with a handsome prize Addae, noted that the event is expected to have medical experts to screen all participating athletes and high ranking officials will also be present. The Runathon Ghana Foundation is a non-governmental, sports development organization which seeks to focus attention on developing long distance events in Ghana.The event will being sponsored by the Phoenix Group of Insurance and SBC Beverages Limited, manufactures of Pepsi, Mirinda and Aqua Splash Mineral Water, PSDA, Ivory Finance, Dwadifo Adanfo ,Gold Airlines whiles Multimedia Group of Companies are the official media partners