Miami Dade Commission Chairman Jean Monestime is condemning a recent job ad declaring “No Haitian” should apply, from south florida-based home health aid company, Interim Healthcare.“It is completely unacceptable that any company in 21st Century America would consider placing such a racist and discriminatory ad,” Chairman Monestime said. “I call upon the U.S. attorney general to investigate this company for its blatant violation of the Civil Rights Act. The days of no blacks, no Jews or no any other ethnicity need apply are over.Monestime is demanding that the Attorney General investigate the Florida based company to find out if the company has a record of discrimination and racism against individuals of haitian descentThe company has since apologized for the ad, posted in a New York City pennysaver for their New York branch, calling it unacceptable and offensive.
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UWF Cross Country Concludes Fall Season With Awards Banquet UWF Women’s Cross Country Under 20 Club: (L-R) Kelbe Beck, Megan Steinocher, Stacy Paton, Karyssa Tourelle-Fallon, and Bailee Hedstrom Share PENSACOLA, Fla. – The West Florida men’s and women’s cross country teams wrapped up the fall season with an awards banquet this week. The men’s squad concluded the year with a fourth place finish in the Gulf South Conference and a fifth place finish in the NCAA South Regional Championships, while the women’s team turned in a runner-up finish in the GSC and a sixth place finish in the region.Sophomore Bailee Hedstrom (Ponte Vedra Beach, Fla./Nease HS) and redshirt freshman Eddie Pagan (Stuart, Fla./South Fork HS) captured the Most Valuable Runner awards. Hedstrom finished as the top Argonaut in every race she ran this year, and was the individual champion at the MC / Watson Ford Invitational in Clinton, Miss. on October 10th. Hedstrom followed that up with an eighth place finish at the GSC Championships to earn first team All-GSC.Pagan posted the Argonauts’ fastest 8k time this past season with a 26:47 performance at the GSC Championships, finishing in the top 10 to also earn first team all-conference. He was also the men’s team’s top finisher in the NCAA regional meet with a 10k time of 33:26, placing him 16th overall.For the women’s team, Megan Steinocher (Lawrenceville, Ga./Mill Creek HS) earned the Most Promising Freshman award as she was the overall winner in the Mississippi College Season opener 4k race and then earned second team All-GSC for her 20th place place finish at the conference championships.Meanwhile, freshman Donald Davis (Pensacola, Fla./Pine Forest HS) was the top finisher on the men’s side in two races this season, including an Individual title by winning the MC / Watson Ford Invitational in Clinton, Miss. in 27:27. He was also the top Argo finisher in the Cal State Fullerton Season Opener with a 27:15 race time. His performances earned him the men’s team’s Most Promising Freshman.The Most Improved Runner awards were earned by sophomore Jared Black (Tallahassee, Fla./Leon HS) and walk-on freshman Danielle Cureton (Cumming, Ga./Forsyth Central HS). Black was redshirted last season due to injuries and returned this season in great shape. Black finished the season with two very strong performances, earning second team All-GSC with a 27:15 at the GSC Championships, followed by a 33:49 time for the NCAA regional 10k race. Cureton did not have high school times that would be competitive at the collegiate level, however a personal best at the season opening tryout earned her a spot on the team. Cureton then worked her way into the top seven on the team, with a season best of 21:28 for the Gulf Coast Stampede 5k event.The award honoring the most dedicated, most team-oriented runner was voted on by team members and called the Argo Award. For the men’s squad, sophomore Christopher Hough (Panama City, Fla./Rutherford HS) earned the award, while for the women sophomore Kelbe Beck (Tallahassee, Fla./Lincoln HS) won the honor. Hough was consistently a top seven runner for the Argos, and posted the second fastest 8k time with his 27:01 race time at the Gulf Coast Stampede. That performance also earned him the GSC Runner of the Week. Meanwhile, Beck may have been the most consistent runner on either squad as she was a top three finisher for UWF in all eight races during the season. Her 19th place overall finish at the GSC championships earned her second team all-conference.The team leadership awards went to team captains Christopher Hough and Stacy Paton.“Chris and Stacy were an integral part of our team success and organization,” explained Head Coach John Bergen, “and they also coordinated the team in fundraising and community service activities, which in addition to our race day success, is a big part of how we evaluate our team success. Each team began the year by competing in the Cal State Fullerton Season Opener in Los Angeles, which only came about due to the fundraising efforts of the two teams.”The final awards were for membership into the 27:20 club for the men’s team, and the Under 20 Club for the women’s team. The 27:20 time for the men’s 8k distance and 20:00 for the women’s 5k event represent a time that is very competitive within the conference and region. For the men’s team, Eddie Pagan (26:47), Christopher Hough (27:01), Jared Black (27:15), Donald Davis (27:15), and P.J. Orgass (27:16) joined the club with their 2009 performances. For the women’s team, Bailee Hedstrom (18:37), Megan Steinocher (19:28), Kelbe Beck (19:47), Karyssa Tourelle-Fallon (19:48), and Stacy Paton (19:51) earned club membership for the 2009 season.“We had a successful season with both squads and it was very competitive for the awards,” said Bergen. “Eddie (Pagan) and Bailee (Hedstrom) finished the season real strong and were clearly our most valuable runners in the big meets. The most competitive award was the Most Promising Freshman Award, as both Donald (Davis) and Megan (Steinocher) just edged out a teammate. I really liked our freshman classes this year, as Ben (Chastain) and Karyssa (Tourelle-Fallon) both finished every race they ran this year in the top five for the team. To put them with Donald and Megan, each squad had two very competitive freshmen, who should be among the top runners in the conference next year.”Chastain and Tourelle-Fallon should be hungry for greater success next season, as each missed a major milestone award by mere seconds. Chastain ran a 27:24 to narrowly miss the 27:20 club, while Tourelle-Fallon missed second team All-GSC by two seconds with her 21st place finish at the conference championships.The 2009 season success included two team victories for the women and one for the men, with two GSC runners of the week (Megan Steinocher and Bailee Hedstrom) for the women, and one (Christopher Hough) for the men. Each team had one Individual race champion (Bailee Hedstrom and Donald Davis), both at the MC / Watson Ford Invitational.The Argonauts will compete in the spring during the non-competition season for cross country by racing in track meets. The spring competition schedule will be released in January, and all event results can be found at www.GoArgos.com. Print Friendly Version
David Sprouse Related TopicsCarey KrugCleveland MonstersColumbus Blue JacketsJim Corsi COLUMBUS, OHIO – The Columbus Blue Jackets have named Jim Corsi as the organization’s goaltending development coach and have hired Carey Krug as an assistant coach for the Cleveland Monsters, the club’s American Hockey League affiliate, club general manager Jarmo Kekalainen announced today.Corsi, 64, will work with the Blue Jackets’ goaltending prospects throughout the system, including netminders with the Monsters, and brings over 40 years of experience to the organization as a player, coach, manager and analyst. Prior to spending the 2017-18 season as a coach at his alma mater, Concordia University, the Montreal, Quebec native served as goaltending coach for the St. Louis Blues from 2014-17.He spent 16 seasons as the goaltending coach with the Buffalo Sabres, working with the organization’s goaltenders and prospects throughout the system. During his tenure, Corsi helped develop Vezina Trophy winners Ryan Miller (2009-10) and 2014 Hockey Hall of Fame goaltender Dominik Hasek (1998-99, 2000-01). He also has served as a coach for the Italian Men’s and Canadian Women’s National teams, along with professional European (Schwenningen HC, German League,) junior (OHL’s St. Michael’s Majors) and collegiate programs (Ottawa University, McGill University, Concordia University).Corsi established the “Corsi Rating,” an advanced statistic that measures shot attempt differential during even-strength. It’s figured by calculating the number of shots directed toward the offensive goal versus the number of shots directed toward the defensive goal during five-on-five situations, excluding empty net shots)Corsi’s playing career included stints with the NHL’s Edmonton Oilers and the World Hockey Association’s Quebec Nordiques. He also played internationally in Europe, Russia and China from 1980-92. He represented Italy numerous times in international competition, including the 1984 Winter Olympics and eight World Ice Hockey Championships (1981-83, 1985-87, 1989-90).Krug, 49, has worked in a skilled growth capacity in various development programs across North America. The Detroit, Michigan native currently serves as a director of player development for the Detroit Hockey Academy and a skills development coach working with for the United States National Team Development Program in Plymouth, Michigan. He was also a skills coach for the Ontario Hockey League’s Windsor Spitfires from 2012-14. Since 2008, he has been the co-owner, president and head instructor of Next Level Player Development, working with NHL, minor professional, European professional, college, junior and youth league players. Co-editor, photographer covering the Cleveland Monsters, Gladiators and Indians. Also, passionate about high school sports, be sure to follow David on Twitter and Instagram @neosi_sprouse for in-game updates and up-to-the-minute developing news.
KEYWORDS “I’ve got a gut feeling Fujita will play well against America,” Jones said. “He hasn’t had an opportunity in the tournament so far and I think his energy and enthusiasm can add something to the game.”Former Australia rugby league international Craig Wing, 35, will become the oldest Japan player to debut at a World Cup when he lines up in the No. 12 jersey, after a knee injury to Male Sa’u forced Jones to change his center pairing.Wing, who pulled out on the eve of the opening game against South Africa, will partner the man who replaced him in Brighton, Harumichi Tatekawa, who switches from 12 to 13.The other changes are in the pack with Justin Ives coming in for the injured Hitoshi Ono in the second row and Hiroshi Yamashita starting ahead of Kensuke Hatakeyama at tighthead prop as Jones looks to use Yamashita’s bulk to wear down the Eagles before releasing the more mobile Hatakeyama to finish the game.Jones said Wing and Tatekawa would share duties in the midfield rather than play the more traditional inside and outside center roles. GET THE BEST OF THE JAPAN TIMES Brave Blossoms, 2015 Rugby World Cup, Craig Wing, Yoshikazu Fujita WARWICK, ENGLAND – Eddie Jones sprung a surprise Friday when he named the Japan team to take on the United States on Sunday in the final Pool B game of the Rugby World Cup.Yoshikazu Fujita, who has spent the previous three games in the stand as a spectator, will start on the right wing in a side that shows four changes and one positional switch from the XV that started last Saturday’s win over Samoa. IN FIVE EASY PIECES WITH TAKE 5
FacebookTwitterEmailPrintFriendly分享Safeway released a statement on Monday announcing that the company would be granting $200,000 to schools across the state. Safeway will be giving $5,000 to 40 public school teachers in Alaska this year – a total of $200,000 through the Innovation Grant. Sara Osborne, Safeway’s Public & Government Affairs Director: “Safeway has always had a mission to invest locally in ways that improve our communities and neighborhoods and I can’t think of a better impact for our giving than to put funds directly into the hands of our teachers. Our foundation is proud to partner with the Alaska Council of School Administrators to transform classrooms across Alaska.” The Carrs Safeway Innovation Grant encourages educators to identify a problem of practice in their classroom, school, or district, and propose novel ways to address this challenge in order to improve student outcomes. In the past three years the supermarket chain has donated $600,000 through the grant and funds go directly into classrooms throughout Alaska. A total of three teachers on the Kenai Peninsula will receive the grant including; Jake Doth, Nikiski Middle High School, Brian Krauklis, Sterling Elementary, and Jan Spurkland, Homer High School. All public school Prek-12 teachers, counselors and librarians who hold an Alaska teaching certificate were invited to apply, and all applicants are reviewed by a selection committee comprised of Alaskan superintendents and principals.
Rivers United coach Stanley Eguma has apologized to fans of the club after their shock defeat to Niger Tornadoes in the semi-final of the Nigerian FA Cup sponsored by AITEO, while attributing the loss to the waterlogged Agege Stadium pitch.After eliminating favourites Akwa United and Lobi Stars in the previous rounds, the Pride of Rivers were on Thursday surprisingly beaten 2-1 by the Ikon Allah boys, who were relegated to the second-tier Nigeria National League.“It’s quite unfortunate we lost at this crucial stage of the competition, it was not expected because we have prepared very well and we are doing well all this while,” Eguma said in an interview with a radio station in Port Harcourt monitored by busybuddiesng.com.“We came out strongly to play but unfortunately, I think the waterlogged pitch did not allow us play our game. The waterlogged pitch affected our game.“But first and foremost, I will say we are sorry because we have raised the hope of so many people; our fans and the people of Rivers State, but unfortunately, we could not cross to the final. I will say that we are sorry for that, and it’s unfortunate. We did our best but we couldn’t get the victory.”A win for Rivers United would have guaranteed them a CAF Confederation Cup ticket next season as eventual Aiteo Cup finalist; Kano Pillars had secured a Champions League place next term following their second-place finish at the Nigeria Professional Football League Championships playoffs.RelatedNPFL: Stanley Eguma Displeased With Sunshine Draw, Reveals Strategy Ahead of MFM ClashJanuary 27, 2019In “NPFl”Audio: Eguma not new to league ultimatum – OvokeAugust 14, 2017In “Nigeria”Eguma Targets Playoffs, Rules Out Relegation for Rivers United (AUDIO)April 8, 2019In “NPFl”
Former Mississippi State defensive lineman Quay Evans was arrested Monday night in Starkville.STARKVILLE — A shooting in March at a Starkville apartment complex led to the arrest of former Mississippi State football player Quay Evans on Tuesday.The Oktibbeha County Sheriff’s Department received a call at 10:40 p.m. on Saturday, March 21 that reported gun shots in the Aspen Heights apartment complex on Lamar Lane, according to a police report obtained by The Clarion-Ledger.The report states a witness claims to have seen several fights outside the complex. Once the fights broke up, the witness alleges Evans pulled out a gun and fired it into the air, which led to others also shooting into the air.A warrant was issued for Evans’ arrest and he was taken into custody on Tuesday, July 7.Evans played two seasons for Mississippi State before transferring to West Georgia in 2014. The former Dandy Dozen selection never played a game for the Wolves.Evans, a Morton native, arrived at Mississippi State in 2012 as one of the best high school players in the state. He possessed unique size and strength at 6-foot-3, 310 pounds.He totaled 328 tackles and 31.5 sacks in four years at Morton High School.As a high school junior he won the state powerlifting championship with a 635-pound deadlift.The success didn’t follow Evans to MSU. He played in a total of 15 games in 2012 and 2013 and finished with 10 career tackles.The relationship between Evans and Mississippi State began to spoil in 2013 when MSU coach Dan Mullen suspended Evans indefinitely for violating team rules. During the suspension, Evans was arrested for driving without a license. He didn’t play in MSU’s final seven games.In early 2014, the school announced his transfer to West Georgia. Evans wound up back in Starkville, though. He was arrested for a second time in April for a warrant issued regarding a traffic ticket.**Editor’s note: Correction — The original story incorrectly stated the alleged incident took place on Saturday, July 4.**Contact Michael Bonner at firstname.lastname@example.org. Follow @MikeBBonner on Twitter.
HERO Caribbean Premier League and NESTLÉ Trinidad & Tobago Limited have reaffirmed their partnership after a successful linkup for the 2017 Twenty20 tournament.As the premier entertainment brand in the Caribbean and a manufacturer of premium range coffees, the alignment of the two brands worked perfectly last year. The sixth Hero CPL tournament runs from August 8 through September 16, 2018 and the alliance continues with even more benefits for players and fans.In addition to barista stations, cricket fans can also expect exciting giveaways, interactive games and innovative executions at each match. Not attending a match? No problem. Consumers can look out for numerous T20-based promotions at supermarkets and stores throughout the region. And for the players – “It all starts with NESCAFÉ.“To pay homage to this tagline, cricketers can expect to have their dressing rooms and hotels well-stocked with NESCAFÉ products for their morning brew or afternoon pick-me-up, courtesy of NESTLÉ.Business Executive Officer, NESTLÉ Anglo-Dutch/Caribbean, Robin Cumberbatch, and Hero CPL Chief Operating Officer (COO) Pete Russell represented the brands at the official agreement signing last week. Cumberbatch described the partnership as a “perfect alignment between a Premier League and a premium range of coffees.He expressed how thrilled the Good Food, Good Life company is to be a part of the CPL for a second year, after a successful first year experience in 2017. He also hinted that the NESCAFÉ brand will be “owning moments,” both before and after each game, so fans should “stay tuned”.
18,373 posts Posted January 30, 2018 Sports Logo News Share on other sites Mac the Knife SportsLogos.Net I think you just fill out the application, pay the fee, and then after a suitable amount of time for a government agency to perform its job, you get a response affirming or denying your trademark. SportsLogos.Net USPTO Experience? Mac the Knife Share this post WSU151 4,322 1,247 8,685 Members Sports Logos This topic is now closed to further replies. Sign in to follow this Location:CLE · IND · PDX I have a brand name I’ve been considering trademarking for some time, and while I don’t find the USPTO’s process intimidating enough to hire an attorney for assistance (I only hire attorneys to threaten or file lawsuits; BS paperwork? I can do myself), I wonder if there’s anyone out there with past experience to ask advice of should the need arise. andrewharrington Followers 0 Share this post All Activity 4,322 Followers 0 I have no direct experience, but trademarking a brand name should be fairly easy. Easier than patent protection. Sign in to follow this Members 8,685 WSU151 Share on other sites 1,247 Recommended Posts 4,322 Location:DC area Link to post Share on other sites Sports Logo News 17,487 posts Sports Logos All Activity USPTO Experience? 1,247 0 By Mac the Knife, January 30, 2018 in Sports Logo News 3 Posted January 30, 2018 Posted January 30, 2018 0 Link to post 10,243 posts Link to post andrewharrington Forums Home Go To Topic Listing Forums Home Share this post Has anyone floating around the boards these days ever actually endeavored to trademark one of their works? 8,685 Members USPTO Experience?