Engen Botswana Limited (ENGEN.bw) listed on the Botswana Stock Exchange under the Energy sector has released it’s 2009 annual report.For more information about Engen Botswana Limited (ENGEN.bw) reports, abridged reports, interim earnings results and earnings presentations, visit the Engen Botswana Limited (ENGEN.bw) company page on AfricanFinancials.Document: Engen Botswana Limited (ENGEN.bw) 2009 annual report.Company ProfileEngen Botswana Limited, listed on the Botswana Stock Exchange, is a petroleum company which markets and distributes fuel and lubricants through a network of retail outlets in Botswana. The company has a national footprint with approximately 1 500 service and filling stations located in the major towns and cities of Botswana, including 600 filling stations which have an onsite convenience shop. The company also has interests in property management and letting. Engen Botswana Limited is a subsidiary of Petroleum Investment Holdings Limited.
Chellarams Plc (CHELLA.ng) listed on the Nigerian Stock Exchange under the Industrial holding sector has released it’s 2017 interim results for the second quarter.For more information about Chellarams Plc (CHELLA.ng) reports, abridged reports, interim earnings results and earnings presentations, visit the Chellarams Plc (CHELLA.ng) company page on AfricanFinancials.Document: Chellarams Plc (CHELLA.ng) 2017 interim results for the second quarter.Company ProfileChellarams Plc is an investment holding company in Nigeria with business interests in manufacturing, retail, distribution, marketing and power generation. The company has been in operation for almost 90 years and is a leader in its field of manufacturing and distributing industrial raw materials and consumer goods. Its product portfolio ranges from industrial chemicals and machinery to ingredients for food manufacturers, frozen foods, bicycles and electronics. Chellarams Plc operates through three subsidiary companies: Chelltek Industries Limited, Dynamic Industries Limited and United Technical & Allied Services Limited. It is in a joint partnership with American Express Travel Services, Devyani International (Nigeria) Limited, Isolo Power Gen Limited and Woolworths Retail Stores Limited. The company’s head office is in Lagos, Nigeria. Chellarams Plc is listed on the Nigerian Stock Exchange
Arterra Landscape Architects ZFA Structural Engineers Year: List Engineering ShareFacebookTwitterPinterestWhatsappMailOrhttps://www.archdaily.com/950687/slot-house-feldman-architecture Clipboard Structural Engineer: Save this picture!© Adam Rouse+ 19Curated by Paula Pintos Share Houses Lea & Braze Engineering Lighting Design: David Wilds Patton Lighting Design Photographs ShareFacebookTwitterPinterestWhatsappMailOrhttps://www.archdaily.com/950687/slot-house-feldman-architecture Clipboard Slot House / Feldman ArchitectureSave this projectSaveSlot House / Feldman Architecture Landscape Architect: Photographs: Adam Rouse Manufacturers Brands with products used in this architecture project Projects Architects: Feldman Architecture Area Area of this architecture project CopyHouses, Landscape•Los Altos Hills, United States Manufacturers: AutoDesk, American Hydrotech, Sunpower, Capstone Cabinets, Design Synthesis, Exterior Plaster, Handcrafted Metals, Nest, Schuco, Trimble, Velux, Vermont Castings Architect In Charge:Feldman ArchitectureInterior Designer:Amber AuAmber Autumn & Connie WongCity:Los Altos HillsCountry:United StatesMore SpecsLess SpecsSave this picture!© Adam RouseRecommended ProductsFiber Cements / CementsEQUITONEFiber Cement Facade Panel NaturaWoodEGGERWood-based materials in EGGER HeadquartersDoorsGorter HatchesRoof Hatch – RHT AluminiumWoodTechnowoodPergola SystemsText description provided by the architects. Drawn to the oak and chaparral landscape, our clients fell in love with the secluded Los Altos Hills and began envisioning their perfect family home, situated among colorful ridges and natural tranquility. The 180 degree cross canyon views of the Foothills Open Space Preserve to the west of the Slot House site served as inspiration for the design, orientation, and focus of the home: connecting the clients and their family as closely and intimately as possible with the breathtaking natural world that surrounded them. Save this picture!© Adam RouseSave this picture!© Adam RouseAn apt and educated modern architecture aficionado and a regular attendee of design focused home tours, the client collaborated with our firm to create an angular and modern structure, bringing bold minimalism into the rolling landscape of Los Altos Hills. The second client, an avid reader with cozier sensibilities, focused in on the interiors of the space, adding a deep and vibrant color palette to the furniture, walls, and materiality of the home, and allocating space for a private library. This collaboration between husband and wife created a beautiful tension stylistically, stark modern whites and straight lines complement warm details and intimate, personal spaces. Save this picture!© Adam RouseSave this picture!Elevation 1Save this picture!© Adam RouseUpon arrival, a sunken entry courtyard transitions visitors into the home, serving as an introduction to the unfolding of the house’s levels down the gradual slope of the site. At the base, the great room features 12 foot ceilings and 40 foot sliding glass doors, immersing the occupants in the landscape from sunrise to sunset. The hub of the home, the great room acts as a central point for cooking, socializing, and relaxing- seamlessly gliding into the patio and hot tub when its sliding doors are pushed open. Save this picture!© Adam RouseSave this picture!Level 1 PlanSave this picture!© Adam RouseThe “Slot”, slicing through a double height space within the home, provides vertical and horizontal connection, creates a unique distinction between public and private spaces, and welcomes natural light and blue skies into the structure’s core. The crisp lines of perpendicular windows frame glimpses of the surrounding greenery, leaving occupants feeling connected and oriented to their natural surroundings. The entire home playfully layers materials, artfully placed screens and slats offer depth, privacy, and shade. Save this picture!© Adam RouseTo help maintain a sense of privacy throughout the home, the designers focused on differentiating the lower entertaining space from the clients’ personal rooms. On the second level, three bedrooms and a cozy library sit above the open great room. Tucked back into the site are an office and media room, appealing to the client’s love of softly-lit, warm, snuggly spaces. The master suite lets the sweeping views and rolling hills speak for themselves, opening up onto a balcony and green roof scattered with colorful succulents. Save this picture!© Adam RouseMuch of the landscape has been left to its natural state, however the close vicinity has been adorned with vegetation and flora that meld beautifully into the encompassing scenery– and California poppies add a personal touch. Minimal, comfortable, timeless, and modern, the Slot House is a culmination of the clients’ lifelong journey, as well as a symbol of their relationship’s symbiosis, which we were overjoyed to help them realize.Save this picture!© Adam RouseProject gallerySee allShow lessHigienópolis Apartment / Teresa MascaroSelected ProjectsiSpace Pavilion / Davide Macullo ArchitectsSelected Projects Share CopyAbout this officeFeldman ArchitectureOfficeFollow#TagsProjectsBuilt ProjectsSelected ProjectsResidential ArchitectureHousesLandscapeLos Altos HillsOn FacebookUnited StatesPublished on November 04, 2020Cite: “Slot House / Feldman Architecture” 04 Nov 2020. ArchDaily. Accessed 10 Jun 2021.
On the night about eight per cent of income was being received via the Web site. This compares to five per cent in 1999. The Web site does of course generate income received via other methods such as the telephone or posted donations. Other online fundraising activities such as online auctions have also generated further Web-based income for the charity. The site handled over 85,000 donations processed online on the night, together with over 20 million page views. Throughout the event it was handling 200 donations a minute on average. The surge came between 9.30 and 10.30pm with the site delivering over 50Mbit/second. The crucial time was between 9.58pm and 10.01pm. During this time 14,253 donations were processed, about 60 per second, worth over half a million pounds.In the week running up to the event the site received over 95 million page requests.Read Comic Relief set for record at BBC News. Read UK Fundraising’s hint on 9th March that Comic Relief would raise over £1m online on the night. 11 total views, 1 views today AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to TwitterTwitterShare to FacebookFacebookShare to LinkedInLinkedInShare to EmailEmailShare to WhatsAppWhatsAppShare to MessengerMessengerShare to MoreAddThis AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to TwitterTwitterShare to FacebookFacebookShare to LinkedInLinkedInShare to EmailEmailShare to WhatsAppWhatsAppShare to MessengerMessengerShare to MoreAddThis Howard Lake | 18 March 2001 | News Comic Relief raises £1.75m+ online in six hours On Friday night Comic Relief raised over £1.75 million in online donations within six hours. This makes it the most successful online fundraising campaign to date, outstripping the success even of the American Red Cross.On Friday night Comic Relief raised over £1.75 million in online donations within six hours. This makes it the most successful online fundraising campaign to date, outstripping the success even of the American Red Cross.By 21.40 the online total stood at £195,000, twice as much as had been raised at the equivalent point of the telethon in 1999. By 23.20 the figure had increased to £250,000. At 01.05 Comic Relief announced that “the Comic Relief Web site has taken more donations than ever before in Internet history.” At 01.15 they announced that the site had received £1.75m, adding that “we are absolutely gobsmacked.” By Sunday that figure had increased to £2 million, according to the BBC. Advertisement About Howard Lake Howard Lake is a digital fundraising entrepreneur. Publisher of UK Fundraising, the world’s first web resource for professional fundraisers, since 1994. Trainer and consultant in digital fundraising. Founder of Fundraising Camp and co-founder of GoodJobs.org.uk. Researching massive growth in giving.
Facebook Twitter Indiana farmers intend to plant 5.80 million acres of corn for all purposes and 5.60 million acres of soybeans in 2015according to the Greg Matli, State Statistician of the USDA, NASS, Indiana Field Office. If these intentions are realized, acreage planted to corn would be down 2 percent from the previous year, while soybean planted acreage would be up 2 percent from last year.The 2015 winter wheat acreage seeded last fall is estimated at 340,000 acres, 13 percent below the 390,000 acres seeded the previous year. Acreage intended for oats seeding, at 20,000 acres, is unchanged from 2014. Hay acres intended for harvest, at 600,000 acres, as also unchanged from the previous year.Nationally, corn planted area for all purposes in 2015 is estimated at 89.2 million acres, down 2 percent from last year. If realized, this will be the third consecutive year of an acreage decline and would be the lowest planted acreage in the United States since 2010 U.S. soybean planted area for 2015 is estimated at a record high 84.6 million acres, up 1 percent from last year. Compared with last year, planted acreage intentions are up or unchanged in 21 of the 31 major producing States. By Gary Truitt – Mar 31, 2015 Indiana Farmers Go for Soybeans in 2015 Home Indiana Agriculture News Indiana Farmers Go for Soybeans in 2015 Nationally, all wheat planted area for 2015 is estimated at 55.4 million acres, down 3 percent from 2014. The 2015 winter wheat planted area, at 40.8 million acres, is down 4 percent from last year but up less than 1 percent from the previous estimate. Of this total, about 29.6 million acres are Hard Red Winter, 7.75 million acres are Soft Red Winter, and 3.43 million acres are White Winter. Area planted to other spring wheat for 2015 is estimated at 13.0 million acres, down slightly from 2014. Of this total, about 12.1 million acres are Hard Red Spring wheat. The intended Durum planted area for 2015 is estimated at 1.65 million acres, up 18 percent from the previous year. Previous articleMarketing Options Change After USDA reportNext articleNot Much Sense in USDA Numbers Gary Truitt SHARE Facebook Twitter SHARE
Molly Jenkins is the Associate Editor of the Skiff. She is a junior journalism major and nutrition minor from Portland, Oregon. The thing she misses the most from Oregon are Por Que No?’s Tacos. Molly Jenkinshttps://www.tcu360.com/author/molly-jenkins/ Linkedin World Oceans Day shines spotlight on marine plastic pollution Students playing at recess. Opinion: Why Beto O’Rourke’s campaign will end like Hillary Clinton’s TCU places second in the National Student Advertising Competition, the highest in school history Molly Jenkins Facebook Opinion: my thoughts after the Stoneman Douglas school shooting Molly Jenkinshttps://www.tcu360.com/author/molly-jenkins/ + posts LiiNK Project sign. Kids on playground structure during recess. Welcome TCU Class of 2025 ReddIt Opinion: We need to stop defining politicians simply on their public speaking Molly Jenkinshttps://www.tcu360.com/author/molly-jenkins/ Opinion: Why we should focus on America’s educational system Previous article10 ideas to change things up this Valentine’s DayNext articleStudents share cultural perspectives with poetry Molly Jenkins RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR Twitter Students playing at recess. Twitter Facebook ReddIt Linkedin printRecess works.That’s the finding of TCU professor Dr. Debbie Rhea’s research on how outdoor breaks can be beneficial to classroom behavior.The pilot programs involved in Rhea’s LiiNK Project reduced classroom time, including time spent preparing for and taking standardized tests, and instead added more time for recess.TCU’s Starpoint was one of the first schools to pilot the program. There have been zero discipline issues, grades are great, students are on task, and students get along better, said Dr. Marilyn Tolbert, director of lab schools at TCU.Rhea said the results at Trinity Valley School in Fort Worth were similar. The results were recently featured on the TODAY Show.“Let’s Inspire Innovation ‘N Kids,” started in 2012, with small programs at Starpoint and Trinity Valley School, said Rhea, who is also the associate dean of research in the Harris College of Nursing & Health Sciences.The training sessions for the larger programs began in fall 2013 and launched in spring 2014, she said.Tolbert said Starpoint teachers were hesitant, especially when it came to having enough time to cover their curriculum.As teachers see the results from the project, their doubts about losing minutes are fading.“They’re going to lose minutes,” said Rhea. “But in reality…they are doing a whole lot more with a whole lot less time than the kids who are in the other schools.”Talya Oral, a TCU early childhood education major, said she was impressed with the results.“I would definitely implement the LiiNK program,” Oral said.Rhea said the reaction to her TODAY Show appearance has been positive, and schools across both Texas and the country have contacted her.“You know it sped me up about five years,” Rhea said.Rhea said plans call for the LiiNK Project to expand state by state. Tolbert agrees.“I’m excited to see that some of the other bigger districts are taking it on,” Tolbert said. “I hope five years from now it’s nationwide.”Currently, there are a variety of contacts across the country, from Ohio to California, that want to join the LiiNK Project, said Rhea.“I want to make sure what we are doing is good for the kids and good for the teachers and good for their learning environment,” Rhea said.There are already plans for new groups of schools to join the LiiNK Project this coming fall. Dr. Debbie Rhea Molly Jenkinshttps://www.tcu360.com/author/molly-jenkins/
November 2, 2018 /Sports News – National 49ers cheerleader takes a knee during national anthem Written by FacebookTwitterLinkedInEmailiStock/Thinkstock(SAN FRANCISCO) — A San Francisco 49ers cheerleader dropped to her knee during the national anthem ahead of Thursday’s matchup against the Oakland Raiders in what appears to be the first public protest by an NFL cheerleader.At this time, it remains unclear which cheerleader knelt while the rest of the squad stood in formation.The movement to take a knee started during the 2016 preseason when quarterback Colin Kaepernick — then playing for the 49ers — knelt during the anthem to protest social injustices that minorities face, especially by police. He was joined by his teammate Eric Reid, along with others in the league.The 30-year-old’s controversial demonstration attracted both backlash and praise by spectators, including President Donald Trump, who called for the firing of NFL players who knelt in protest during the anthem.Kaepernick was ultimately marked as the face of the national movement. In 2017, he opted out of his contract, making him a free agent. Kaepernick currently remains unsigned for the 2018 season.In May, NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell introduced a policy that required players to stand during the national anthem, but would allow them to have the option of remaining in the locker room during the pregame performance if they choose to do so. The policy would ultimately fine teams for players who chose to sit or kneel during the anthem. The NFL, however, put the policy on hold for the 2018 season to allow for further discussion between the union and the league about the issue, according to ESPN.Kaepernick’s demonstrations continue to draw support from a number of athletes and other personnel in the NFL.Earlier this season, Miami Dolphins wide receivers Kenny Stills and Albert Wilson knelt and defensive end Robert Quinn raised a clenched fist while “The Star-Spangled Banner” played before their game against the Tampa Bay Buccaneers. A South Florida police union urged its members to boycott the football teams’ games in wake of the incident.During the 2017 season, Meghan Linsey — a singer who performed the national anthem during the Seattle Seahawks-Tennessee Titans game — took a knee on the field with no players present after she finished her rendition. Copyright © 2018, ABC Radio. All rights reserved. Beau Lund
Very High$99$149$219$249Quote By Brooklyne Beatty – August 19, 2020 2 568 Facebook Twitter Previous articleSearch warrant yields drugs, stolen handgun in Chikaming TownshipNext articleTexas-based mattress company to build new facility in La Porte, bringing 350 new jobs Brooklyne Beatty IndianaLocalNews Fall is right around the corner, and St. Joseph County residents can now register for leaf pick-up services.Interested residents may register for four fall passes, weather permitting, and one spring pass. Rates will depend on tree density and leaf volume.Residential Service rates are as follows: Google+ TAGS20/20decemberfallIndianaleafOctoberpick-upratesregistrationSt. Joseph County Google+ 1st 1500 Subscribers2nd 1500 SubscribersPrior to October 1stPrior to SnowPost Snow/Spring Facebook Medium$59$59$129$159Quote Twitter Avg. Tree Density/Leaf VolumeEarly BirdPre-SeasonActive SeasonSnow/Spring Pinterest Pinterest Low$39$39$69$99Quote WhatsApp St. Joseph County residents may now register for fall leaf pick-up Those interested can register online at www.SJCLP.com.Leaf collection will begin on October 19 and will be on-going through December 18, weather permitting. WhatsApp High$79$129$159$189Quote
Alice Cooke caught up with Dominic Salter, owner of The Sandwich Box, who was named Baker of the Year at the Baking Industry Awards 2016 after being shortlisted twice beforeDominic Salter still seems shell-shocked about his big win at the BIAs, six months down the line: “I’ll never forget the moment I was named Baker of the Year. I was waiting for someone else to be announced as the winner – it was such a lovely shock.”The award is acknowledgement of the toil that goes into what can be a pretty solitary pursuit. “A baker’s life consists of quality time spent with varying doughs; the only live or living thing other than oneself is a bubbling, mute sourdough. Sometimes you feel your efforts go unnoticed – well let me tell you, this award makes the difference.”Self-taught baker Salter started on his path to BIA glory by attending a course at Shipton Mill in Tetbury, Gloucestershire, and a day at E4 Bakehouse in East London. Armed with the knowledge he acquired there – and through books and YouTube videos – he was off the starting blocks.“I was hooked – baking bread for The Sandwich Box in a small pizza oven every day, that was the start of it all.”Salter says just to find out he was in the running for the award was so surreal it felt almost other-worldly: “Being nominated for Baker of the Year is like an out-of-body experience and a perfect loaf all in one.“I could be modest and say I didn’t expect it, but when you embark on these things, you always hope you might be in with a chance.”Salter’s excitement was palpable as he took to social media in the run-up to the night itself. He tweeted: “Can’t believe I’m up for Baker of the Year again. Third time lucky?!”For in both 2014 and 2015, he had been shortlisted for the award without taking home the win. “It just goes to show,” he says, “that you should never, ever give up – keep trying, enter again. If I can do it, other bakers definitely can too.”The man who came runner-up to Salter in 2016, Lee Smith of Bexhill Farm Kitchen, was gracious in defeat, saying: “It was an honour to come runner-up to probably the nicest baker I have met.”And these were sentiments echoed on the night and in the aftermath of Salter’s win – the industry is genuinely delighted for him.Of the night itself he describes it as “glitzy and exciting”. “The sponsors can’t do enough for you, and it really makes you feel that hard work pays off.”Another boon was the media attention Salter received after winning the award, including local papers, industry coverage, and BBC Gloucestershire and BBC Points West, which picked it up on TV. “Forgive the bakery pun,” says Salter, “but who wouldn’t want a slice of that?”Meanwhile, he has seen business increase so much in the past year that he has had to open a new bakery to keep up with demand. He still makes quiches and cakes at The Sandwich Box in Cheltenham, but has switched bread production for wholesale and retail to his new, bigger bakery, Salt Bakehouse, in nearby Stonehouse.Winning the award has also made a big difference personally, says Salter. “To have top judges critique your products and say they are good is better than any advertising campaign – let alone the difference it makes to your self-esteem!”The win was all the more poignant as Salter had recently lost his father, who he describes as “my soulmate”, and to whom he dedicated the win.His mother and business partner Annette, whom he works with alongside his sister Annalise, says: “The loss of my husband could have spelt the end of the business as we were obviously devastated, but it just spurred Dominic on even more. I am extremely proud of his achievement.”When his father retired Salter was going to set up Salt Bakehouse with him, “but this was not to be”. However he says winning the BIA feels like fate, because he was then able to go ahead with his plans, alongside his sister and mother.“Winning this award means so much to me and the business,” he says, adding that the Baking Industry Awards also help to raise the bar across the industry.“When there is a goal you promote competition, and this raises standards – these awards are so important to the industry.”Sponsor’s comments“In 2016 Dominic Salter was a very worthy winner, having entered the competition on two previous occasions.“In his winning year Dominic really demonstrated how he had advanced and developed as both a baker and businessman. Having recently opened a successful new wholesale bakery alongside the existing family sandwich shop business, Dominic has gone on to prove he can transfer his skills and grow in many ways. His products are fantastic and deliver an exceptional flavour and taste.“[He is] an extremely passionate and dedicated individual and a true asset to the British baking industry.”Ann Wells, Brook Foods