Attending the DCH Foundation Scholarship Banquet at Dearborn Country Club are (left to right), front row: Hannah Ascherman, Shelby Prince, Cayli Chase and Sierra Billman; second row: Allison Raible, Jenna Huber and Miranda Richter; third row: Susan Williamson, Emma Stern, Brooke Hartman and Laura Detmer; and back row, Hannah Rose, Kirsten Furnish, Emily Cumberworth, Caleb Huntington and Sydney Elliott.AURORA – The Dearborn County Hospital Foundation recently hosted its annual scholarship banquet at the Dearborn Country Club.A total of 16 high school graduates from the class of 2014 received $500 scholarships through the foundation’s High School Senior Scholarship Program. In addition, four students were awarded grant/loans as part of the Dearborn County Hospital Foundation and Dearborn County Hospital Healthcare Student Grant/Loan Porgram.The Anna F. Woods Estate Award was given to Shelby Price of Patriot, a Switzerland County High School graduate seeking her Associate of Science in Nursing Degree at Ivy Tech-Lawrenceburg.The Edward and Grace Gray Scholarship was awarded to Rising Sun High School graduate and Rising Sun resident Sydney Elliott, who will major in Occupational Therapy at the University of Indianapolis.The Elizabeth Anderson Scholarship was given to Emma Stern of Cedar Grove, a graduate of Franklin County High School who plans to obtain a degree in Radiography and Medical Imaging at IUPUI-Indianapolis.Nancy Kennedy, M.D., DCH Chief of Staff, presented the DCH Medical Staff Award to Emily Cumberworth, a South Ripley Junior-Senior High School graduate from Holton headed to the University of Indianapolis to major in Pre-Medicine/Exercise Science.Dr. Kennedy then honored Batesville resident Jenna Huber, a graduate of Batesville High School who is enrolled in the Radiography/Health Sciences program at Ball State University, with the Dearborn-Ohio County Medical Society Scholarship.DCH Auxiliary President Sylvia Plashko continued by presenting the DCH Auxiliary Award to four students. First was Miranda Richter of Sunman, an East Central High School graduate who is pursuing an Associate of Applied Science in Nursing Degree from the Good Samaritan College of Nursing & Health Science. Next was Caleb Huntington of Versailles, a graduate of South Ripley Junior-Senior High School who will attend the University of Southern Indiana to obtain a degree in Occupational Therapy.The third Auxiliary Award went to Hannah Rose of Aurora, a South Dearborn High School graduate attending Indiana State University to pursue a degree in Speech/Language Pathology. Fourth was Allison Raible of Brookville, a Franklin County High School graduate who is pursuing her Bachelor of Science in Nursing Degree from IUPUI-Indianapolis.The Henry W. Conrad, M.D., Memorial Scholarship went to Kirsten Furnish of Vevay, a graduate of Switzerland County High School enrolled in the Pre-Medicine program at Hanover College.Wayne Conrad and Susan Conrad Perry presented the Helen Conrad Scholarship to Laura Detmer of Osgood, a graduate of Jac-Cen-Del Junior-Senior High School who will attend IUPUI-Indianapolis for her Bachelor of Science in Nursing Degree.The family of the late Dr. Noshir Toddywalla, represented by his mother Roda, sister-in-law Maharukh and nieces Shiraz and Natasha, attend the banquet every year to present the Noshir R. Toddywalla, M.D., Memorial Scholarship. This year the scholarship was awarded to Bennington resident and Switzerland County High School graduate Cayli Chase, who will attend IVY Tech-Bloomington and Indiana University, majoring in Pre-Medicine/Chemistry.E.G. McLaughlin, President/CEO of United Community Bank, and William Ritzmann, UCB’s Immediate Past President/CEO, presented the United Community Bank Award. It went to Sunman resident and Batesville High School graduate Brooke Hartman, who is headed to Kettering Medical College to pursue a degree in Physician Assistant Studies. Mr. McLaughlin is also Treasurer of the DCH Foundation Board of Directors and Mr. Ritzmann is a member of the Dearborn County Hospital Board of Trustees.
Facebook Twitter Google+LinkedInPinterestWhatsApp Governor happy with promise to speed up work permit process Related Items:immigration board, new policy, work permit Recommended for you Facebook Twitter Google+LinkedInPinterestWhatsAppProvidenciales, 10 Aug 2015 – Cabinet last week agreed to change the way work permits for expatriate workers can be issued when these individuals are switching employment. Once the policy change is formalized it will mean more scrutiny for foreign workers who want to swap jobs. The press release from the Governor’s office reveals that it was agreed to amend the policy which prohibited the grant of work permits to persons changing employers. It will call for work permits in these cases to at first satisfy the Immigration Board; and it will have to be proven to the Board that the situation is an exceptional circumstance as the applicant meets certain other criteria which will reportedly be developed by the Minister. With the modification, the worker from abroad will have to have a formal release from the previous employer as a condition of consideration. All worker sectors will be impacted by this coming change as the policy extends to public, statutory bodies and private companies. Work Permit process needs to speed up, Cabinet hears from UK Consultant Work Permit Rules To Be Adhered To
Facebook Twitter Google+LinkedInPinterestWhatsApp Related Items: Facebook Twitter Google+LinkedInPinterestWhatsAppProvidenciales, TCI, July 13, 2016 – The PDM today confirmed that Doug Parnell won 75% of the vote to run on the PDM ticket for the Cheshire Hall Richmond Hill seat; that George Pratt won 60% of the popular vote to offer in The Bight and that Ezra Taylor will again go after the Leeward Long Bay Constituency for the PDM.Other spots are still being determined, we understand and it was also explained to Magnetic Media by PDM Bosses that Taylor’s seat was never up for grabs, as stated earlier today by independent candidate and former PDM at large contender, Sabrina Green. Meanwhile tonight, in South Caicos the governing PNP is trying to decide between five offering for the district.
Ahead of the crucial Champions League match against Liverpool, PSG may have lost both Neymar and Kylian Mbappé due to injuries.It’s a sad day for football, as PSG got the terrible news that they may lose Neymar and Kylian Mbappé ahead of the crucial Champions League match vs Liverpool due to injuries they suffered while playing for their National Teams.This comes as a huge blow for the French giants, given that these two players are their top players without question.The first one to go down is Neymar Junior, the Brazilian forward was barely starting his friendly match between Brazil and Cameroon when he felt discomfort on his groin right after he took a long-range shot from outside the box.Neymar quickly stopped running and took his hand directly to the affected muscle area, it didn’t take him more than a minute to ask the bench for a substitute as he knew that the injury was serious.Neymar is one of PSG’s biggest leaders this season, but he is the absolute boss for Brazil and suffering a loss like this could be really unfortunate for the Canarinha.The medical staff will have to make the proper tests in order to determine the extent of his injury.Neymar se lesionó en el amistoso de Brasil contra Camerún, a solo 5 minutos de arrancado el partido. pic.twitter.com/YlpTkOoiDh— FM88 Radioactiva (@fm88radioactiva) November 20, 2018Cut to Stade de France where Les Bleus face the Uruguay National Team, a match that had absolutely no importance for the squad’s future but the manager still decided to play his best possible line-up.As it was expected due to the people’s demands, Kylian Mbappé was obviously going to be a starring player for this match and he immediately made his proper impact with the already familiar flashy style of play.The problem was that this youngster had no idea of the unfortunate moment he was about to live, it was during a ball dispute with the Uruguay goalkeeper Martin Campaña.Mbappé went to the challenge and took the worst part, as he fell on top of his right shoulder and suffered an injury that seems quite serious.The young player decided to keep playing for a few minutes so he could test the extent of the injury, but it didn’t take him long to realize that the knock appears to be quite serious as he decided to finally leave the pitch early during the first half.¿Kylian Mbappé? No, Martín Campaña😎Opinion: Neymar will earn respect back from the PSG fans Tomás Pavel Ibarra Meda – September 14, 2019 After completing his incredible return to Parc des Princes, we predict that Neymar will earn the respect back from PSG supporters.The situation between Neymar…Tremendo lo del arquero de #Independiente.📹 @DIRECTVSports#SiempreRojo pic.twitter.com/YL1HGb9OCI— SIEMPRE ROJO 🎙📻🇦🇹 (@siemprerojo_ok) November 20, 2018Both PSG stars are still pending on further tests to see if they will be available for the next couple of matches, manager Thomas Tuchel must be fuming right now because he knows that the next week will be crucial for the club’s future in the Champions League.Paris Saint-Germain will have a massive game at Parc des Princes, where they will play against Liverpool FC and they were expecting to have both of their biggest stars fully fit for the commitment.Out of the two injuries, the one that tends to be more serious is the muscular problem that Neymar had on his groin.However, Mbappé’s shoulder knock could also turn out to be complicated because it could also be a clavicle injury just by judging at the faces of pain that the young player was making when the whole event went down.Any test that should be made for both players will happen between today and tomorrow, we won’t have any definitive prognoses until the test results are made public but we wish that both are nothing but a scare and they can keep delighting us with their amazing skills.Kylian Mbappe goes off injured for France. He follows Neymar in picking up a knock.It’s not been a good night for PSG…France vs Uruguay: https://t.co/cKipvTWrOr pic.twitter.com/cpM5zk9tl3— Indy Football (@IndyFootball) November 20, 2018Which of both injuries do you think is more serious, Neymar’s or Mbappé’s? Please share your opinion in the comment section down below.
By Michelle Richardson, Special to the AFROAfter a weekend that began violently with a dozen shootings on May 3, the violence and shootings have continued this week, sparking added concern amongst politicians and Commissioner Michael Harrison. On May 6, two adult men were injured in a double shooting in North Baltimore according to police.Baltimore Police wrote on Facebook that officers responded to the 5400 block of York Road in the Govans neighborhood just before 4:15 p.m. for shots fired.Officers found a 54-year-old man and a 21-year-old man shot.(AP Photo)They were transported for their injuries.Their current condition is unknown at this time.In the early morning hours of May 7, three men were shot, one fatally, when police responded to an area hospital at 11:00 p.m. for a walk in shooting victim.The 20 year old man endured gunshot wounds to the body.Detectives then responded on May 7,around 3:15 a.m. to the 5800 block of Cedonia Ave, where they found a 16-year-old boy suffering from a gunshot wound to the thigh. The teen was taken to an area hospital for treatment. He is expected to survive.Four hours later, police responded around 7:45 a.m. to the 1700 block of Longwood Ave. in Southwest Baltimore, where they found a 30-year-old man with gunshot wounds to the head and torso. The man was pronounced dead at the scene.As of May 8, there are no suspects in custody for any of the weekend shootings.“This is not something we can do alone. We need help identifying people who committed that shooting from last night where those babies were shot,” said Harrison to local television station WJZ.“The community should be appalled. This is shocking to the conscience.”After the shootings last Friday, the violence continued on May 4, when a man was fatally stabbed and another was shot in two separate incidents.Police responded to a stabbing just before 1:30am in the 5600 block of Pennington Ave, South Baltimore, where they found an adult male suffering from numerous stab wounds. He was transported to Shock Trauma where he was pronounced dead.Police have identified the 28-year-old man but will not release his identity until next of kin has been notified.The stabbing occurred only a few blocks from where a 55-year-old man was injured in a shooting.Also on Saturday, police responded to the 5100 block of Reisterstown Road in Northwest Baltimore at 7:50 a.m., when they found a man suffering from gunshot wounds. He was taken to an area hospital. He is expected to survive.Harrison, who visited the children that were shot, said that police pursued a suspect in a “silver or gold 4 door sedan” but the driver got away.May 5, a man and a woman were killed in separate incidents. Just after midnight, in Upton heard gunfire.A woman was found in an overturned vehicle in the 1600 block of Druid Hill Avenue suffering from multiple gunshot wounds. She was transported and pronounced dead at an area hospital.According to a city police spokeswoman, the vehicle hit a parked car before coming to rest. The parked car was occupied by a woman and an infant. Both were checked out by medical personnel and were uninjured, the spokeswoman said.Shortly, before 11 p.m., police were called to the 700 block of E. 20th St. in East Baltimore Midway to investigate a shooting. They found a man suffering from gunshot wounds. Emergency medical workers declared him dead at the scene, police said.Police did not identify either victim.Three other people were also shot Saturday evening in non-fatal incidents.