Bakery Services has sold its two operating divisions, Inbake and Don Millers, to current directors Keith Bentley and David Drury for £50,000, after a shareholder meeting on 28 December.
Controlled Energy Corporation Acquired by BBT Thermotechnik,Subsidiary of The Bosch GroupVermont Company Operations to Remain In StateWaitsfield, Vt.-Mary Moffroid, President of Controlled Energy Corporation(CEC,) has announced that the company is being acquired by the BoschGroup, Germany. The Bosch Group is an international industrial companywith 230,000 employees and worldwide annual sales of $41 billion in 2003.CEC will be integrated into the international organization of Bosch´ssubsidiary BBT Thermotechnik GmbH, a leading European manufacturer ofheating products.In 2004 Controlled Energy Corporation generated sales of $34 million with70 employees in Vermont and at 15 locations throughout the U.S. andCanada. Controlled Energy Corporation is one of the U.S. market leadersfor tankless, point-of-use, and high-efficiency water heating equipment.Company founders Pierre and Mary Moffroid retired effective January 1,2005. Thereafter, Controlled Energy Corporation is being managed by a teamof senior executives with long service to the company. They are JohnNorton, Chief Operating Officer; Kyle Murray, V.P. Marketing and CustomerService; and Eric Moffroid, Senior V.P. Sales. The company, which wasfounded in Vermont in 1979, will continue to operate in Waitsfield, VT.Retiring company President Mary Moffroid stated that “This acquisition isan excellent fit as the Bosch Group embraces the values and socialresponsibility that Controlled Energy Corporation has been living for thepast 25 years.” Moffroid added that “Controlled Energy Corporation,empowered now with the resources of the Bosch Group, is poised to leadNorth America in the sale of high efficiency water heating products.”With this acquisition CEC will become part of BBT Thermotechnik in NorthAmerica and will work closely with Buderus Hydronic Systems located inLondonderry, New Hampshire. Mr. Klaus Huttelmaier, Member of theManagement Board of BBT Thermotechnik noted, “We clearly expand our marketpresence in the United States and plan to pool our competencies andresources with a view to expanding our position in the U.S.thermotechnology sector. CEC is our ideal partner to jointly exploit theopportunities in this growth market.”In October 2004, Controlled Energy Corporation celebrated its 25thanniversary. The Bosch Group will celebrate its 100th Anniversary of doingbusiness in the U.S. in 2006.-END-
Surveillance will be carried out with special emphasis on the Adriatic coast and islands, daily with a 24-hour presence in the field. Authorized officials of the Ministry of Finance, Tax and Customs Administration in order to prevent the gray economy, protect the state budget and taxpayers who duly meet their tax obligations will carry out as part of regular supervisory activities in the period from 8. – 14.8.2019. supervision of fiscalization in the entire territory of the Republic of Croatia. Supervisory activities will include taxpayers who perform the activity: – H 49.32 -Taxi service – I 55 – Accommodation (Hotels and similar accommodation, Resorts and similar facilities for short breaks, Camps and camping sites, other accommodation) – C 10.7 – Production of bakery and flour confectionery products, Taxpayers who charge for the delivery of goods or services in cash are required to report turnover fully, accurately, timely and properly through toll collection devices or in any other appropriate manner, the Tax Administration points out, adding that the fiscalization system monitors and analyzes data on fiscalized accounts based on the performed risk analysis, they carry out supervisory activities.
Suman Ray Written By LIVE TV World Championship bronze medallists Manish Kaushik (64kg) and Vikas Krishan (69kg) got India’s medal quest off to a glorious start as they entered the semi-finals on the first day of boxing action at the 13th South Asian Games in Kathmandu on Friday. While Ankit Khatana (75kg) was the third Indian to progress into the last-four; the national champion was at his menacing best as he knocked out the local boy Deepak Shrestha in the first round of his bout.Kaushik, Krishnan’s performanceContinuing from where he left at the World Championships, Manish Kaushik thoroughly dominated his quarter-final bout against Pakistan’s Suleman Baloch to register a commanding 5-0 victory. In the 69 kg quarter-final, Vikas Krishan marked his comeback with superb performance and defeated Bhutan’s Dorji Tshering in a unanimous verdict.Read: Vikas returns to amateur fold with South Asian Games, says next pro stint after Tokyo 2020In the women’s category, Sonia Lather (57 kg) had an easy outing against Bangladesh’s Shamima Akter as she won via RSC in the 3rd round while young and aspiring boxer, S. Kalaivani displayed her attacking prowess right from the word go as she landed a series of attacking punches on Pakistan’s Rabia Batool, forcing the referee to stop the contest in the first round itself.Read: Manish Kaushik in AIBA Men’s WC 2nd round with thumping win in RussiaSeven men boxers- Vinod (49kg), Sparsh (52kg), Sachin (57kg), Varinder (60kg), Sachin (81kg), Gaurav Chauhan (91kg) and Narender (+91kg) and four women boxers- Pinki Rani (51kg), Shiksha (54kg), Parveen (60kg) and Manju Bamboriya (64kg) are already in the semi-finals thus ensuring India of 16 medals. The semi-final bouts will be played on December 7 and 8th followed by finals on 9th.Read: ‘Lucky to win World medal, there were better boxers”: Manish KaushikRead: Kabaddi: Balwan Singh and Ashan K included in India’s coaching panel SUBSCRIBE TO US WE RECOMMEND FOLLOW US 11 months ago “I Couldn’t Afford Shoes”: Hima Das Talks About Her Journey In a Post 11 months ago Manish Kaushik in AIBA Men’s WC 2nd round with thumping win in Russia Last Updated: 6th December, 2019 23:19 IST Manish Kaushik, Vikas Krishan Reach Semis At South Asian Games World Championship bronze medallists Manish Kaushik (64kg) and Vikas Krishan (69kg) got India’s medal quest off to a glorious start as they entered semifinals. First Published: 6th December, 2019 23:19 IST COMMENT 9 months ago Vikas returns to amateur fold with South Asian Games, says next pro stint after Tokyo 2020 WATCH US LIVE 11 months ago ‘Lucky to win World medal, there were better boxers”: Manish Kaushik 10 months ago Kabaddi: Balwan Singh and Ashan K included in India’s coaching panel
By John BurtonRED BANK – Riverview Medical Center will gain another resource at its disposal in addressing the continuing addiction crisis, thanks to a recent generous donation.The Tigger House Foundation has provided a $120,000 gift to the medical center to support bringing on addiction counselors to work primarily in the medical center’s emergency department.“It’s really crucial,” to make counseling services immediately available to help patients and families struggling with addiction, observed Ramon Solhkhah, M.D., chairman of the Department of Psychiatry at Jersey Shore University Medical Center, Neptune, and corporate medical director for Meridian Health Services.Both Jersey Shore and Riverview are members of the Hackensack Meridian Health network.“I do believe this will help save lives,” said Lisa Stavola, who, with her husband, Rick, founded the Tigger House Foundation, providing another layer of immediate treatment.The additional funds will allow Riverview to hire a full-time and a part-time licensed addiction counselor to be available at the medical center’s Alton A. Hovnanian Emergency Care Center, in Red Bank, providing seven-day-a-week coverage, likely for the late afternoon-evening shift, according to Solhkhah. All of the Hackensack-Meridian medical centers’ emergency rooms have access to mental health specialists, those skilled in psychiatric emergency services. And in the case of Riverview, they would do double duty providing counseling for those in the ER with substance abuse issues. “But we felt this is really a special skill set,” Solhkhah said, “to really work with patients, to know where they’re at, in terms of addressing their addiction in trying to work with them.” The counselors also can play an important role in helping families deal with these often terrible situations. “Often times when a patient is struggling with addiction, their family members, obviously, are in the middle of it as well,” he said.Riverview Medical Center’s Alton A. Hovnanian Emergency Care Center has received a donation that will help the center’s ability to treat patients for opioid addiction.Rosemary Daniels“Parents so often just don’t know how to deal with this,” Stavola said, recalling the experiencing of dealing with addiction in her family.Middletown residents Rick and Lisa Stavola lost their son Rick Jr., also known as “Tigger,” to a heroine overdose in 2013. The family founded the Tigger House Foundation following the family’s loss.Tigger House Foundation board member and friend of the Stavolas, Christian Peter, former NFL defensive tackle, is helping to bring attention to the important issue of opiate addiction.“Families often don’t know what to do in these situations,” when a family member is in crisis and in the hospital, Stavola acknowledged. “We’ve certainly seen over the past several years that our need to provide services in the emergency room has grown exponentially,” Solhkhah noted. “Our emergency rooms are really the frontlines for providing these services.”“I think we’ve been doing as good a service as we possibly could up to now,” Solhkhah added. “But I think this will be even better and really provide specialized services to take care of those patients and connect them to ongoing treatment.”The Tigger House Foundation is a not-for-profit organization, which according to Lisa Stavola, works to raise money to assist programs aimed at addressing the addiction epidemic.“Our partnership with the Tigger House Foundation is a wonderful example of what can happen when community organizations and health networks come together come together to address a significant need in the community,” said Joseph A. Miller, vice president neurosciences and behavioral health at Meridian Health in a released statement.
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They’ve grown up playing alongside each other, from affiliate level to state through to national representation. Day one of the 2013 X-Blades National Youth Championships (NYC) will see good friends Kimberley Sue See, Chloe Crotty and Evania Pelite battle it out, with Sue See playing for Queensland Fire, while Crotty and Pelite will play for home side the Sunshine Coast Pineapples. They’ve tasted plenty of success together over the past 12 months, playing in the winning Queensland Secondary Schools Touch team at the 2012 X-Blades National Youth Championships, for Australia against New Zealand in the 2013 Super Trans Tasman Series and recently for Caboolture at the 2013 Queensland Junior State Cup. For Sue See to be playing against Crotty and Pelite is a rare opportunity, and the trio don’t have to wait long into the event for this to happen, playing each other in round three of the NYC event, on Wednesday afternoon. austouch.com.au caught up Crotty, Pelite and Sue See in the lead up to the event to see what they are looking forward to, and their favourite memories playing at the event to date. Chloe CrottyHow much are you looking forward to playing your last National Youth Championships event at home?It’s good, it’s not far to travel and it just brings the excitement a bit more playing in front of a home crowd, I’m very excited. You played Tasmania in a trial game last night, how was that?It was really good, it was a good hit out for us and them, we got to try out all of our moves and that and so did they. Can you tell us a bit about the Sunshine Coast team that will take to the field this week?We’ve got a few 15-year-olds and a few 16-year-olds and the rest are about 18, we’ve been playing together for a while now, we are all excited. It’s safe to say that you three have played a fair bit of Touch Football together over the years haven’t you?It’s good because we are all friends as well, we’re all really close. You get to play Kim and the rest of the Queensland Fire team tomorrow afternoon, how much are you looking forward to that?I think that’s the game we are all looking forward to the most, because we’ve played with a lot of the girls from the Queensland team. It’s going to be good, hopefully we win. What is your favourite National Youth Championships memory?Winning, that was probably one of the best feelings, winning that NYC and beating New South Wales. What do you enjoy about playing at the National Youth Championships?I just like the atmosphere, everyone is really happy and friendly.Your Dad is your coach at this event, how do you find that experience?He’s been my coach for a few years now, since I started playing Touch, I kind of forget that he is my Dad and treat him like my coach.Kimberley Sue SeeHow is your Queensland Fire team looking in the lead up to the event?They are definitely developing and we’ve had a good run up to the event, we’ve had a few injuries recently, which isn’t too good but we’re looking good. This time last year you were part of Queensland’s National Youth Championships win, how amazing was that experience?That was really good, I loved that because I got to play with the older girls who have so much experience and offer so much so I really enjoyed it. You get to play Evania and Chloe’s Sunshine Coast Pineapples team tomorrow afternoon, how much are you looking forward to it?I am looking forward to it a lot, I don’t get to play them very often, I’m normally playing with them so it will be interesting because we know each other’s games really well, so we’ll see how it goes.You have had an amazing year so far, did you expect to achieve so much at such a young age?No not at all, I love playing the game so I just play it for fun, to have those opportunities come up is just a bonus for me and something that I’ve worked really hard towards.How does it feel to be part of the Australian Women’s Open squad?It feels really good, I’m really nervous because they are such good players but I think I’ll just take the experience as it comes and enjoy it and learn from it. Do you think your team can win back-to-back titles this year?I think so, I definitely think we’ve got a good chance, we’ll see how we go and take each game as it comes. Evania PeliteHow much are you looking forward to your last National Youth Championships event?I’m really excited, I’ve been so nervous since last week. How does it feel to be able to play the event at home?It’s good to be able to play at home, it’s always good and there’s a good crowd that always comes out and watches. What do you remember about last year’s event playing for Queensland?Definitely winning, I remember just being so nervous running onto the field and the end result.Who are the teams to watch out for this week?Definitely Queensland and New South Wales Combined High Schools. You, Chloe and Kim have all played a lot of Touch Football together over the years, how much have you enjoyed that?It’s been so much fun, we’ve had a lot of laughs off the field and then when we are on the field we work so well together. What do you enjoy about the National Youth Championships?Just being able to meet up with all the other girls from all the other states because you build a lot of friendships. There are plenty of ways to keep up-to-date with all of the latest news and information from the 2013 X-Blades National Youth Championships (NYC). Websiteswww.nyc.mytouchfooty.comwww.austouch.com.au Social MediaFacebook – www.facebook.com/touchfootballaustraliaTwitter – www.twitter.com/touchfootyaus (be sure to use the hashtag #nyc2013)Instagram – www.instagram.com/touchfootballaustraliaYouTube – www.youtube.com/touchfootballaus Related LinksFriends To Meet on Day 1
About the authorCarlos VolcanoShare the loveHave your say Casemiro ‘so happy’ with Real Madrid returnby Carlos Volcano10 months agoSend to a friendShare the loveCasemiro is excited to be back in the Real Madrid team this week.The midfielder featured in the Club World Cup semifinal against Kashima Antlers.Casemiro said, “I’m so happy to be back playing with my teammates. It’s been a harsh lesson but I’m back now and I’m ready when the coach needs me. I would like to thank the doctors and the physios for how much they’ve helped me and the kindness they’ve shown. “They’ve been keen to get me back playing. Now I have to get back match-fit so I can play like I was doing before the injury. “We go away with the job done, we’re very happy. We have to respect the opposition, it’ll be a tough game. If they’re in the final, they’re there on merit. We’re eager to win the final because it’s a hugely important title for us. We have to head into this game as we always do, this club always demands the best.”
Once again, Alabama dominated National Signing Day. The Crimson Tide reeled in a number of blue chip players on Wednesday, leading to a massive jump in the rankings. Three separate recruiting websites named Alabama it’s recruiting national champion, making it the sixth year in a row that the Crimson Tide has secured that honor.Three five-stars and an astounding 14 four-star players are included in Alabama’s top-ranked class. Here is the full list, via 247Sports.‘Bama introduced its new signees and early enrollees on Twitter Wednesday.Before we get started with today’s signees, here is a look at our early enrollees. #BamaNSD16 pic.twitter.com/UwxItua879— Alabama Football (@AlabamaFTBL) February 3, 2016Before we get started with today’s signees, here is a look at our early enrollees. #BamaNSD16 pic.twitter.com/c58Ct3ioh9— Alabama Football (@AlabamaFTBL) February 3, 2016Alabama’s ninth signee of the 2016 class is OL Scott Lashley. #BamaNSD16 #RollTide pic.twitter.com/w9Tf0JAfms— Alabama Football (@AlabamaFTBL) February 3, 2016Alabama’s 10th signee of the 2016 class is DL Raekwon Davis. #BamaNSD16 #RollTide pic.twitter.com/HJeLhlvBOa— Alabama Football (@AlabamaFTBL) February 3, 2016Alabama’s 11th signee of the 2016 class is DB Nigel Knott. #BamaNSD16 #RollTide pic.twitter.com/vl2kVeq39y— Alabama Football (@AlabamaFTBL) February 3, 2016Alabama’s 12th signee of the 2016 class is DL Quinnen Williams. #BamaNSD16 #RollTide pic.twitter.com/5IoYtK6NVL— Alabama Football (@AlabamaFTBL) February 3, 2016Alabama’s 13th signee of the 2016 class is DB Shyheim Carter. #BamaNSD16 #RollTide pic.twitter.com/GrgmATNE0e— Alabama Football (@AlabamaFTBL) February 3, 2016Alabama’s 14th signee of the 2016 class is WR Trevon Diggs. #BamaNSD16 #RollTide pic.twitter.com/JQiGar1Ovx— Alabama Football (@AlabamaFTBL) February 3, 2016Alabama’s 15th signee of the 2016 class is DB Jared Mayden. #BamaNSD16 #RollTide pic.twitter.com/yM634kgnEI— Alabama Football (@AlabamaFTBL) February 3, 2016Alabama’s 16th signee of the 2016 class is OL Deonte Brown. #BamaNSD16 #RollTide pic.twitter.com/ixsbFhSCzL— Alabama Football (@AlabamaFTBL) February 3, 2016Alabama’s 17th signee of the 2016 class is LB Ben Davis. #BamaNSD16 #RollTide pic.twitter.com/8bavb9skSA— Alabama Football (@AlabamaFTBL) February 3, 2016Alabama’s 18th signee of the 2016 class is RB Joshua Jacobs. #BamaNSD16 #RollTide pic.twitter.com/jeJ5ETmcrc— Alabama Football (@AlabamaFTBL) February 3, 2016Alabama’s 19th signee of the 2016 class is DB Aaron Robinson. #BamaNSD16 #RollTide pic.twitter.com/8DsyBPEN95— Alabama Football (@AlabamaFTBL) February 3, 2016Alabama’s 20th signee of the 2016 class is RB B.J. Emmons #BamaNSD16 #RollTide pic.twitter.com/uePuAKNGvO— Alabama Football (@AlabamaFTBL) February 3, 2016Alabama’s 21st signee of the 2016 class is DL Kendell Jones #BamaNSD16 #RollTide pic.twitter.com/4xxXyS9j0Y— Alabama Football (@AlabamaFTBL) February 3, 2016Alabama’s 22nd signee of the 2016 class is LB Mack Wilson. #BamaNSD16 #RollTide pic.twitter.com/QWqdX3d679— Alabama Football (@AlabamaFTBL) February 3, 2016Alabama’s 23rd signee of the 2016 class is LB Terrell Hall. #BamaNSD16 #RollTide pic.twitter.com/z36bEqcLu3— Alabama Football (@AlabamaFTBL) February 3, 2016Alabama’s 24th signee of the 2016 class is DL Jamar King. #BamaNSD16 #RollTide pic.twitter.com/5DfQ9eAt1O— Alabama Football (@AlabamaFTBL) February 3, 2016Alabama’s 25th signee of the 2016 class is TE Irvin Smith Jr. #BamaNSD16 #RollTide pic.twitter.com/g9CMFGeLBt— Alabama Football (@AlabamaFTBL) February 3, 2016Alabama opens its season against USC in Arlington on September 3.