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. Latics Fans urged to dig deep and cover up with Factor 50 Buckets collecting cash for the Factor 50 Campaign, a charity dedicated to helping people suffering from skin cancer, will be present at Boundary Park on Saturday.Fans attending the opening home match of the season versus Millwall are being urged to help the fight against malignant melanoma which claimed the life of ex-Latics legend Ernie Cooksey last month.Gillian Nuttall, fundraising manager of Factor 50, lives in Shaw and is a lifelong Latics fan. She said: “We hope that Latics and Millwall fans will dig deep and help us raise cash forChristies Hospital. All the money raised will go towards funding research and equipment in the skin cancer department at Christies.”www.factor50.org.ukEndsFor further information, interviews and photography contactPeter [email protected] 927 3131 15 total views, 2 views today AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to TwitterTwitterShare to FacebookFacebookShare to LinkedInLinkedInShare to EmailEmailShare to WhatsAppWhatsAppShare to MessengerMessengerShare to MoreAddThis Tagged with: Events Howard Lake | 6 August 2008 | News AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to TwitterTwitterShare to FacebookFacebookShare to LinkedInLinkedInShare to EmailEmailShare to WhatsAppWhatsAppShare to MessengerMessengerShare to MoreAddThis
Twitter WhatsApp Facebook Pinterest Previous articleLaw enforcement gets active shooter trainingNext articleKyker guides church, shelter admin GOOD NEWS: Sul Ross ASC Academic All-Conference Facebook Local News Pinterest WhatsApp Twitter By admin – June 16, 2018 Sul Ross 2018 Athletic Red Bar logo ALPINE A total of 16 Sul Ross State University student-athletes have been named to the Winter-Spring American Southwest Conference Academic All-Conference list in an announcement on June 5.Included on the ASC Winter-Spring Academic All-Conference list are the sports of baseball, men’s and women’s basketball, men’s and women’s golf, softball, men’s and women’s tennis and men’s and women’s track and field. Students assisting with athletic training and media relations are included among the Winter-Spring Academic All-Conference honors recipients.Sul Ross students listed this year’s winter-spring honor roll include the following:BASEBALLMike Munden, SR/Business Administration (El Paso).Holden Simpson, JR/Business Administration (Kingsland).MEN’S BASKETBALLConner Dawson, SO/ Kinesiology & Human Performance (Tilden).Caleb Thomasson, SR/Interdisciplinary Studies (Ackerly).WOMEN’S BASKETBALLTaylor Gass, SR/Kinesiology & Human Performance (Gail).SOFTBALLDarrian Doederlein, SR/Kinesiology & Human Performance (Lamesa).Jackie Gonzalez, SR/Biology (El Paso).Alexis Trotter,SR/Biology (Buda).MEN’S TENNISKyle Ferguson, SO/Political Science (Floresville).WOMEN’S TENNISAlexa Gallardo, SR/Pre-Veterinary Medicine (El Paso).MEN’S TRACK AND FIELDJames Davis, SR/Kinesiology and Sports Science (Houston).Joseph Parker, JR/Geology (Burnet).Robert Rodriguez, SO/Biology (Canutillo).WOMEN’S TRACK AND FIELDKiowa Lesser, SO/Kinesiology & Human Performance (Big Spring).STUDENT ATHLETIC TRAINERMacKenzie Attwood, SR/Kinesiology & Human Performance (Cypress).Diana Olivas, SR/Kinesiology & Human Performance (El Paso).To be eligible for ASC Academic All-Conference honors, student-athletes must be classified academically as a sophomore, junior, senior or graduate student during the competition season and have been in attendance and completed at least one academic year (two consecutive semesters) prior to the season at their institution. They must also have a 3.0 cumulative grade point average (GPA) as certified at the conclusion of the academic semester in which the ASC sport championship is held.
AP3 has promoted its head of asset managing to CIO, weeks after it confirmed that current CIO Kerim Kaskal would be leaving the SEK304bn (€32.9bn) buffer fund.Mårten Lindeborg’s promotion to CIO, which took effect from the beginning of the month, will also see him act as deputy to managing director Kerstin Hessius.Lindeborg joined AP3 in 2009 as head of strategic asset allocation and was promoted to head of asset management in late 2014.Prior to joining the buffer fund, Lindeborg was head of tactical asset allocation at DNB Nor, a company where he also served as portfolio manager upon joining in 2001. He began his career at Skandia Liv and spent 11 years within the group, working at its banking and asset management divisions, latterly as a strategist for four years prior to joining DNB.Commenting on his appointment, Hessius said: “Mårten has made a major contribution to developing the fund’s asset management strategy and has built a strong team with a stringent risk-management framework.“He has also consolidated the fund’s strategy in sustainability issues in the context of the total portfolio.”Kaskal is leaving in October after 2 years at AP3 to launch his own fund management business.
Statewide—As water temperatures cool down, crappie fishing heats up.Fall is a great time to fill your freezer with fish in preparation for a long winter. Crappie begin moving into the shallows to feed when water temperatures dip into the 60s. Structures such as tree stumps, logs, rock ledges, or docks will usually hold good numbers of fish. Targeting them with jigs and minnows can be an effective way to catch big crappie.Crappie are managed with a 25-fish bag limit throughout the state with no size limits except at Dogwood and Hardy lakes, where there is a 9-inch minimum. A valid fishing license is also required.Crappie are well distributed in lakes and streams across the state so there is a good chance that there are fishing opportunities close to home, regardless of where you live. A map of Indiana’s best crappie lakes can be found at wildlife.IN.gov/10192.htm.If you are already a seasoned crappie angler and are looking for a new place to fish, consider a lake that has undergone habitat enhancement.To date, Sullivan, Monroe, and Cecil M. Harden lakes have received more than 750 artificial habitat structures. Jigging along these structures should prove effective for crappie. Maps detailing artificial habitat locations at these lakes can be found at wildlife.IN.gov/7665.htm.To view all DNR news releases, please see dnr.IN.gov.