RED BANK – Though specialty soup recipes are his passion, it’s the relationships Gary Sable will miss most when he hangs up his ladle and moves out of the narrow quarters he’s called home for the last 25 years. Sable said chicken pot pie has been his signature menu item. It was a painstaking process to crack the code and figure out the best way to make it. A resident of Keansburg, Sable plans to practice his craft from time to time at the soup kitchen at the Center for Community Renewal, next to St. Mark’s Episcopal Church, 247 Carr Ave., Keansburg. “But I say that with affection,” he added. “That’s the one people love most. And I came up with it the same way I did everything else. All of these soups come from experimentation at home on the family for Sunday dinner,” Sable said. “If they didn’t spit it out and everything turned out OK, then I’d bring it down here.” “Steve is a great guy who has been a customer from the very beginning,” Sable said. “He’s been in here working with me every morning for some time now, learning my recipes. I trust him with this. And I already told my wife I’m gonna be back here visiting. I’m gonna miss the customers. I’ve known so many of them for so long.” In his final week of operation, Sable said he rolled out his “greatest hits,” including chicken escarole, Italian wedding, chicken tortilla and the option he said helped cement his moniker, chicken pot pie soup. Over the years, if you strolled too briskly through the borough alleyway that connects the White Street parking lot to Monmouth Street, you could have easily missed the chalkboard listing of the day’s offerings at That Hot Dog Place. Customer Stan Montenaro, exiting the store recently with a cup of spicy sausage soup, described the 175-square-foot kitchen as a “claustrophobic hole-in-the-wall with a stove and a counter.” As they wait their turn in line for soup, sandwiches and hot dogs with sauerkraut, the lunch crowd banter is about new soup ideas, recently released rock n’ roll movies “Bohemian Rhapsody” and “Rocket Man,” and Sable’s two favorite teams, the New York Jets and New York Yankees. It’s more than chitchat, it’s a relationship developed over years and the thought of cutting these ties brought a tear to Sable’s eye. Known as the “Soupmeister,” Sable has operated a Red Bank eatery named That Hot Dog Place since 1995, but recently sold the business to borough resident Steve DeAngelo. DeAngelo officially took the reins of the business Aug. 29 and will operate under a new name, Soul Sandwich. But Sable said most of the menu will remain intact. After pondering the recipe for weeks, Sable said he was losing sleep over how to perfect the crust. “You can’t have chicken pot pie without a good crust. How the hell am I gonna get a good crust on this soup?” Sable said. “So my wife, who doesn’t cook ver y much, she says, ‘Why don’t you make the crust on the side and serve it in a cup.’ Perfect! It’s like why didn’t you tell me this sooner? She goes, ‘You never asked me.’ That idea really helped make this place,” Sable said. “My wife is wondering why I want to come back and visit once or twice a month. And it’s because I’ve known some of these people for 25 years and honestly it’s going to be hard not to see them. That’s the toughest part of this whole situation,” Sable said. “When I think about it, there’s not one person who comes here that I don’t like. Before this, when I owned a bar, there were a hundred people I didn’t like. But here, not one.” When the shop officially rebrands as Soul Sandwich, Sable said he plans to retain his reputation as a maestro of the culinary mélange, but for a new clientele. But what has truly helped That Hot Dog Place sustain its clientele is the engaging personality of the Soupmeister himself. “Making soup is my passion and if I can use that to help out some of my community members then I’m happy to do it,” Sable said. “Besides that, I’ll have a full schedule of picking up my grandson from school and watching after him.”
SET ONE | #5 Texas 25, SFA 14• Thanks to some early errors by the nation’s fifth overall seed in the NCAA Tournament, the Ladyjacks got their hands on an early lead. • Texas committed a trio of unforced attack errors as well as a service error to help SFA jump out to a 6-3 lead on the nation’s biggest stage. McKenzie Brewer added one of her two service aces during that opening run for good measure. • The Ladyjacks’ lead, however, proved to be short lived. 2018 Big 12 Player of the Year Micaya White and 2018 Big 12 Freshman of the Year Logan Eggleston each pounded down a pair of kills during a 7-2 run by the Longhorns that handed the home team a 10-8 lead. • Out of a media timeout after the Longhorns opened up a 15-9 lead, SFA used a kill and an ace from Coleman to fuel a 4-2 run that cut the Texas lead down to 17-13. • White took over for the Longhorns down the stretch, adding another trio of terminations during Texas’ 8-1 run to close out the frame. • The Longhorns totaled 17 terminations and hit .364 in the frame while SFA amassed only five kills. SET TWO | #5 Texas 25, SFA 17• Once again, the Ladyjacks were able to get the upper hand early on. Daron and Makenzee Hanna teamed up for a block on the set’s first point while Xariah Williams chipped in a kill to keep SFA ahead 2-1. • An 8-2 response from Texas, however, helped the home team take the lead for the rest of the set. White hammered down three more kills in that surge while Yaazie Bedart-ghani added another two. • Twice SFA managed to pull within three points but each time the Ladyjacks did so Texas answered with runs of 4-0 and 4-1 to regain control. • Texas hit .375 in the middle set and turned in 18 kills. For SFA, Xariah Williams powered down four of the the team’s nine kills in the set. SET THREE | #5 Texas 25, SFA 21• With their backs against the wall, the Ladyjacks again came out as the aggressors and claimed an early 6-4 lead behind kills from Daron, Makenzee Hannaand Hollas. • Anyia Williams’ lone termination of the set kept SFA in front 8-7 but Eggleston starred in a key stretch for the Longhorns that allowed the home team to jump in front for good. She finished with three kills in Texas’ 5-1 run that gave the Longhorns a 12-9 lead. • SFA continued to fight until the bitter end, cutting the Longhorns’ lead down to one point on two occasions. Consecutive kills from Hollas and Coleman made the Texas lead 18-17 before Texas went on a 5-1 run to take a 23-18 lead. • The Ladyjacks generated 12 of their 26 kills in the final frame and held the Longhorns to 14 kills on a .265 attack percentage. KEY PERFORMERS/STATISTICS OF NOTE• SFA hit .063 in the match with Hollas providing team-highs in both assists and digs. Texas hit .336 – the highest single-match attack percentage by an SFA opponent in 2018 .• The Ladyjacks also saw their nation-leading 11-match winning streak in true road matches come to an end Thursday. Heading into their match against Texas, SFA was the only team in the nation that had not lost a true road match in 2018. • Brewer concluded her career on a great run from the service line. Through the last four matches, the senior turned in a total of 11 aces through 13 sets played which translated to an average of 0.85 aces per set. • Brewer, Coleman, Hanna and Peyton Redmond all played in their final matches in an SFA uniform. SFA’s four seniors helped the Ladyjacks return to the NCAA Tournament after a 12-year hiatus. • SFA established new program records for wins in a season (32), consecutive wins (29) and winning percentage in a season (.914) during its memorable 2018 campaign. • Eggleston put in a match-high 14 termination while hitting .591 for Texas. White added 12 kills while Bedart-ghani finished with 11. What a run. What a season. What a team. #AxeEm pic.twitter.com/tcESZpIloT— Ladyjacks Volleyball (@SFA_Volleyball) November 30, 2018 QUOTABLESFA head coach Debbie Humphreys on the match | “It’s been a wonderful opportunity getting to play. Certainly getting to come into this environment and play somebody the caliber of Texas was something we were really excited about and that experience did not disappoint us in the least. I’m very pleased with our team’s performance. I thought we fought well, I thought we served tough and I thought to the very end we just kept trying to put as much pressure on the Longhorns as we possible could. Just the season as a whole for us has been an amazing ride and there is four months worth of emotions in here ready to come out at any moment.”…on the challenges that Texas presented | “I don’t know if you noticed, but they (Texas) play the game a lot higher above the net than we do. When you get to this level that really is the difference. I think we’re as good of defensive team, we do some things just as well. I mean we’re as good of a serving team, there are a lot of areas of our game that are just as good as theirs. But the size factor becomes an issue when you start talking about volleyball and we don’t have anybody that jumps as high as a lot of their players do or touches as high so we’re getting a lot of balls hit at us from a lot of different angles that we’re not seeing on a regular basis and they all have got a lot of pace on them. We’re digging balls with pace but not coming from those kind of angles. I think that’s the biggest difference. They’ve got great players, we’ve got good solid players as well, but we just are just not playing the game as high above the net.”…on receiving the draw against Texas in the opening round of the NCAA Tournament | “We’ve come here three times for the NCAA tournament and we’ve played them in spring matches. We’re very aware of what they bring to the table and what caliber of team they are. We just looked at it as a wonderful opportunity because we do know that upsets happen in sports and the only opportunity you have to get that upset is to get out there and leave everything you got out on the court. Unfortunately, for us it wasn’t enough but I feel very good with our performance because I literally believe we left all we had out there.”…on where the 2018 season ranks as a whole | “We’ve had some good seasons and this one ranks right up there near the top. You don’t go into a season thinking, ‘Let’s go win 29 games in a row’. You just go in trying to get a little bit better each day, trying to improve, trying to get ready for whatever is next. You take it one match at a time and then all of a sudden you look up and you’re on this crazy win streak and the media and everyone is talking about it. We’re not talking about it, we’re just focused on who’s next. For us, the only reason we know we’re on that kind of win streak is because you guys kept telling us. For us, it was just about who do we have this week and we would prepare one week at a time and get ready ready for the matches that were taking place that week, and try to get a little better every single week. This group, they were very gritty. When the stage was big, when we had some big conference matches or opportunities before conference play started to play some teams we knew could help our RPI, we showed up in the big moments and that was probably the thing that stands out the most about this team. Showing up in the big moments and we were able to go into our bench if somebody was struggling, we were able to go to that depth. We had a little bit more depth than we’ve ever had before.”SFA senior Haley Coleman on overall experience of getting to play in the NCAA tournament | “I think this is what we worked for all season, we wanted to end up in the NCAA tournament. I think it’s really cool that we got to play inside Gregory Gym, it’s the gym you grow up wanting to play in so that’s a great experience.”SFA junior Danae Daron on showing a lot of fight in the third set and if that’s the mentality of the team | “I just feel like we knew that it could be our last set, so might as well be our best set.”SFA junior Ann Hollas on showing a lot of fight in the third set | “Being a gritty team has been one of our mottos throughout the season. We’ve always kept fighting no matter the score, we just take it one point at a time.” AUSTIN, Texas – One of the best seasons in the history of SFA volleyball came to an end Thursday night at Gregory Gym as the Ladyjacks dropped a 3-0 decision to fifth-ranked Texas in the opening round of the NCAA Tournament. Senior Haley Coleman finished with a team-high seven terminations in her final collegiate match while junior middle blocker Danae Daron added five kills and a team-high three blocks for the Ladyjacks. Senior setter McKenzie Brewer registered two of SFA’s three service aces and junior setter Ann Hollas delivered a 16-assist, 11-dig double-double. SFA’s loss put an end to the nation’s longest winning streak. Headed into their opening round NCAA Tournament showdown against the Longhorns, the Ladyjacks had won their previous 29 matches dating back to Saturday, Sept. 1. “We’ve had some good seasons & this one ranks right up there near the top.” HC Debbie HumphreysThe journey may have ended for SFA at #5 Texas Thursday in the @NCAAVolleyball Tournament, but a 32-3 record with 29-straight wins is special. #AxeEm?? | https://t.co/rJ9ViKqcKp pic.twitter.com/j2CMJf6zMc— Ladyjacks Volleyball (@SFA_Volleyball) November 30, 2018
“It’s a huge stretch to suggest an implied conflict of interest,” Kennard said. She emphasized that talks with URS about a board appointment did not begin until after she resigned as Los Angeles World Airports’ executive director in late January. Kennard served two stints as LAWA’s executive director: from August 1999 to November 2003; and again from October 2005 through January. Kennard said the international company was careful to keep a “firewall” between her and any jobs it was doing in Los Angeles. She said the multibillion-dollar company, with 30,000 employees around the world, hired an outside counsel who reviewed the issue and concluded there was no conflict. Kennard said once the decision was made to drop out of the contract, there was no point in disclosing to the city the private decision-making information about her board appointment. Kennard was awarded the city consulting contract March5, and she had been paid about $53,000 with an additional $9,000 pending when she suspended it July31, according to LAWA records. She gave up the consulting contract July31, one day before being appointed to the URS board. In a July 31 letter announcing her decision to airport executives, Kennard said she was suspending her contract with LAWA “in an abundance of caution.” “Even though there is no apparent legal conflict with dual roles; I would never want there to be any perception of a conflict of interest in either role,” Kennard wrote. In the letter, she said she had sought advice from the city’s Ethics Commission and URS attorneys. The incident is the latest involving URS, which at one time was a primary contractor overseeing the LAX Master Plan with contracts worth at least $22.4million. URS no longer is involved in that contract. In late 2003, URS was at the center of controversy amid possible “pay to play” allegations when the District Attorney’s Office opened an inquiry into possible wrongdoing by Airport Commission members, including President Ted Stein, in the awarding of contracts for then-Mayor James Hahn’s $9.1billion LAX modernization. The inquiry arose after a Los Angeles Business Journal report that claimed Stein sought political contributions from contractors, in one case tying the contract to a contribution to Hahn’s campaign against San Fernando Valley secession efforts. Stein ultimately stepped down from the commission, denying any wrongdoing. While the District Attorney’s Office conducted a preliminary inquiry, no charges were ever brought. Kennard said that despite believing there was no conflict of interest, URS decided to drop the LAX project to avoid any potential negative publicity. “They don’t like their names in the paper in a negative way,” she said. “This is so ironic. The discussion was whether or not they should continue to fight the matter, and it wasn’t worth (it) to their reputation over not a lot of money. “It’s not worth the aggravation.”160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set! AD Quality Auto 360p 720p 1080p Top articles1/5READ MOREStriving toward a more perfect me: Doug McIntyre Kennard said nothing improper was done and that the conflict-of-interest questions raised by the City Attorney’s Office were disputed by the company. A URS spokesman said the company withdrew as a subcontractor on the LAX project “at the request of the primary contractor,” but he insisted there was no conflict. “URS continues to believe there is absolutely no conflict of interest, that the law supports our view and the company has complied with all applicable statutes and guidelines.” The spokesman said the company is continuing to pursue a number of other contracts in the region, including a Palmdale airport project. The LA/Palmdale Regional Airport is run by Los Angeles World Airports, which also operates LAX. Kennard said she became a consultant for the city in early March and as such no longer was a public official. She also said she was not involved in any discussions about URS contracts or bidding. A San Francisco company bidding for work on a planned LAX parking facility has withdrawn amid questions of a potential conflict of interest between the firm and former airports Executive Director Lydia Kennard, the Daily News has learned. Kennard was still a city consultant to Los Angeles International Airport when URS Corp. was talking with her about joining its board – which she did one day after leaving LAX. Rather than answer questions about that relationship, the global engineering design firm pulled its bid as a subcontractor. “Questions were raised about a potential conflict of interest, and URS was asked to provide information on their dealings with Ms. Kennard. They chose to walk rather than resolve those questions,” a city official said. Sources said officials questioned whether Kennard – as a city consultant working on airport business – was in a position to enrich the company as a member of its board of directors. Kennard was a city airports consultant from early March to July31. On Aug.1, she was appointed to the board of URS.
2 Getty At World Cups, they’ve come up against each other twice and both ended in stalemate.In total, including friendlies, the head-to-head record is eight England wins, nine draws and seven Swedish victories.The last meeting was in 2012, where the Scandinavians won a bonkers friendly 4-2 – and Zlatan Ibrahimovic netted a 35-yard overhead kick.Last 10 meetingsLOST – Sweden 4-2 England (2012 friendly)WON – Sweden 2-3 England (Euro 2012)WON – England 1-0 Sweden (2011 friendly)DRAW – Sweden 2-2 England (World Cup 2006)LOST – Sweden 1-0 England (2004 friendly)DRAW – England 1-1 Sweden (World Cup 2002)DRAW – England 1-1 Sweden (2001 friendly)DRAW – England 0-0 Sweden (Euro 2000 qualifier)LOST – Sweden 2-1 England (Euro 2000 qualifier)DRAW – England 3-3 Sweden (1995 friendly) Will Zlatan Ibrahimovic play?You won’t be seeing any bicycle kicks from Zlatan this summer.The Swede is currently playing for LA Galaxy and hung up his international boots after Euro 2016.talkSPORT will bring you live commentary of England’s World Cup quarter-final clash with Sweden Getty What is England’s head-to-head record with Sweden?Not to put a dampener on England’s celebrations, but their record in competitive games against Sweden is not pretty.The sides have met before eight times in tournaments and qualifiers.Out of those meetings, England have won just one – a 3-2 triumph at Euro 2012 where Andy Carroll, Danny Welbeck and Theo Walcott netted.There have been five draws and two wins for the Swedes. England ran out 3-2 winners at Euro 2012 They did it the hard way, but England are through to the World Cup quarter-finals.Attention now turns to Saturday’s clash with Sweden – and history is not on Gareth Southgate’s side. Joe Cole’s famous volley against the Swedes in 2006 2
Although he is only 22-years-old, Meyer made 192 appearances for the Royal Blues – his debut coming in February 2013, when he was aged just 17.Meyer also has four senior international appearances to his name but has not been part of the Germany squad at the last two World Cups.Speaking to talkSPORT’s Jim White on The Jim White Show, Hodgson suggested this was the perfect opportunity for the new signing to show he was a good player in a league other than the Bundesliga.Hodgson said: “We’re very pleased, of course, to get his signing at last, it’s been going on for a while. Roy Hodgson said he is impressed with the attitude and maturity of Max Meyer after the German signed a three-year deal with Crystal Palace.Meyer joins the Eagles after seeing out his contract with Bundesliga club Schalke. Cavani ‘agrees’ to join new club and will complete free transfer next summer targets targets RANKED Top nine Premier League free transfers of the decade REVEALED LATEST Man United joined by three other clubs in race for Erling Haaland Tony Cascarino backs Everton to sign two strikers for Carlo Ancelotti Meyer has signed a three-year deal with Palace moving on “We always wanted to make sure he became a Palace player for this coming season and, luckily, yesterday it was sorted out to everyone’s satisfaction.“The times I have met him I’ve been very impressed with his attitude and his maturity for a young person as well.“He’s 22 and he’s got a lot of Bundesliga games under his belt and a lot of international matches and Champions League matches.“We’re signing a young but experienced player and a player who I think will be keen to show he’s a very good player in a league other than the Bundesliga.” The arrival of Meyer could pave the way for Wilfried Zaha to leave the club – who has been linked with moves to Tottenham and Chelsea The biggest market value losers in 2019, including Bale and ex-Liverpool star LIVING THE DREAM Kevin De Bruyne ‘loves Man City and wants to keep winning’, reveals father Where every Premier League club needs to strengthen in January 2 Arsenal transfer news LIVE: Ndidi bid, targets named, Ozil is ‘skiving little git’ 2 IN DEMAND Latest Transfer News The midfielder, who is Palace’s third signing of the summer is a great acquisition with rumours circulating that Wilfried Zaha wants to leave Selhurst Park.However, Hodgson also told talkSPORT that the £70million-rated Zaha has given no indication he would like to leave.
Drake (16-16, 0-6 MVC) will look to break a seven-game losing streak when it hosts Indiana State (15-13, 2-4 MVC). The Bulldogs were swept by Southern Illinois last weekend after being swept by Wichita State in the first weekend of MVC play the week prior. Drake was led in game one at Southern Illinois by freshman Abby Buie (Gardner, Kan.) who drove in both the Bulldogs’ runs in the 6-2 loss. DES MOINES, Iowa – The Drake University softball team takes on Indiana State in its home opener with a three-game series on April 1 and 2. The series begins Saturday with a doubleheader with games scheduled for 12 and 2 p.m. before concluding Sunday with a game at 11 a.m. All three games will be streamed on The Valley on ESPN3. The Sycamores went 2-1 last weekend against UNI, including a 5-4 nine-inning victory in the series finale. Indiana State has been led by a pair of newcomers in Leslie Sims and Brooke Mann. Sims, a freshman, has the league’s fourth-highest batting average at .450 while sophomore Mann picked up MVC Player and Newcomer of the Week honors earlier this season after going 10-for-12 (.833) at the plate in a five-game weekend. The Bulldogs will continue their home stand with a midweek game against in-state opponent Iowa on April 5 at 6 p.m. before a three-game conference matchup against Evansville on April 8 and 9. Print Friendly Version
A total of 56 local authority homes which have been left vacant across Donegal are to be brought back to life.Cllr Jimmy KavanaghA total of €358,000 has been granted to give the houses a facelift and to allow them to be allocated to families across the county.The allocation is part of a €15million investment announced by Minister for Housing Jan O’Sullivan. A total of 952 homes across the country are to be renovated as a result of the programme.Local Letterkenny councillor Jimmy Kavanagh said the scheme will provide a boost to many housing estates and also put a roof over the heads of 56 Donegal families.“This scheme will go some way to easing the pressure on social housing in the country.“In addition unused units can very quickly become magnets for anti social behaviour and boarded up houses, are unsightly and can bring down the look of an entire housing development. “This investment will therefore not only provide additional social housing, but will also enhance the appearance of neighbourhoods and enhance the quality of life of the residents of housing estates,” he said. JOY AS 56 VACANT HOMES TO BE BROUGHT BACK TO LIFE IN HOUSING REGENERATION SCHEME was last modified: April 18th, 2014 by StephenShare this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pocket (Opens in new window)Click to share on Telegram (Opens in new window)Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window)Click to share on Skype (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new window) Tags:Cllr Jimmy Kavanaghvacant homes
RAPHOE NOTES:Family Resource Centre:PARENTS PLUS – RAPHOE STARTING WEDNESDAY 12TH NOVEMBER. SUPPORTING PARENTSHave you a child / children aged from 6 -11 years old?Does it ever feel like world war 3 is breaking out in your home when it’s time to get homework started or when bedtime is mentioned?Do you find it hard to get your child’s attention and end up getting becoming more frustrated? Do you ever feel just at a loss as to what to do next (who hasn’t?)Raphoe Family Resource Centre and Springboard Family Support Project are now taking names for a Parents Plus 8 week programme.The Parents Plus Children’s Programme offers Parents an opportunity to come together in a relaxed and friendly environment to share idea and learn new techniques to help children be more co-operative and maintain boundaries, help them learn and reach their full potential.For further information please contact Melanie @Raphoe FRC on 074-9145796 or Celine @ Springboard Family Support Project on 074-9173918BABY MASSAGE Baby massaging session for babies 6 months or less begins Friday 7th November for 5 weeks 9:45 – 10:30. There is no cost for this activity.Please bring a towelYOUTH CAFÉ:The Wednesday night Youth Café runs from 7-9pm at €2per week. New members are always welcome. AFTERSCHOOL PROGRAMME:Tuesday; 3-4pm 3rd & 4th Classes Homework Support;4-5pm 5th & 6th Classes Drop-in;Wednesday; 2-3pm Junior & Senior Infants Play time;3-4pm 1st & 2nd Classes Homework Support;Thursday; 2-3pm Junior & Senior Infants Play time;3-4pm 1st & 2nd Classes Homework Support.Parents/guardians of 5th & 6th Class children please note that Tuesday from 4-5pm is now drop-in with activities such as pool, table-tennis etc. Thank you for your continuing support and cooperation.LITTLE SMILES WITH BIG DREAMSLittle Smiles with Big Dreams is a parent and toddler group that meets every Wednesday morning at 10:30am – 12 noon in the Family Resource Centre. Anyone who is in care of a child where it is an aunt / uncle/ child-minder or grandparent is welcome. The kiddies can get involved in Messy play, free play, story time and music time where the adult can enjoy a cuppa tea and meet other adults. Parent and Toddler are a great way to enhance your little one confidence and meet others their age. A light lunch is provided and a small cost of 50 cent per family.HEALTHY WALKSIf you are in and around Raphoe and would like to keep fit; join us on our Healthy walk every Thursday morning at 10:30 a.m. The group meets in Raphoe Family Resource Centre. Everyone Welcome.SINCERE THANKSRosalind and Frank Mc Brearty would like to extend sincere thanks to all those who generously supported their Tea/Coffee morning on Saturday 18th October at their home, Tullyrap, Raphoe in aid of the Shalom Centre for Conflict Resolution and Reconciliation in Kenya, West Africa.RAPHOE FRIDAY SENIORS CLUB:The Club Meet every Friday in the Volt Hall from 10:30am until 1pm. For further information please contact the Secretary on 074-9145462 or the Tidy Town Office on 074-9145692. The Club are having a Halloween fundraising draw. Lines @ €2 will be available soon. Prizes include a luxury Mark’s & Spencer Voucher, Halloween Hamper and much more. Thank you to Marks & Spencer’s and Lifford Credit union for their recent kindness and generosity. Please support our Draw.DD LOCAL: RAPHOE FAMILY RESOUCE CENTRE HOST FAMILY SUPPORT PROJECTS was last modified: October 31st, 2014 by Mark ForkerShare this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pocket (Opens in new window)Click to share on Telegram (Opens in new window)Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window)Click to share on Skype (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new window)Tags:CommunityDD LocalnewsNotices
Seamus Coleman scored for Everton during their penalty shoot-out defeat to West Ham in the FA cup.There was heartbreak for Seamus Coleman tonight as his Everton side bowed out of the FA Cup on penalties in their 3rd round replay with West Ham United.In a thrilling shoot-out it was West Ham who finally prevailed 9-8 in a shoot-out that had twenty penalties taken.Coleman dispatched his own penalty expertly in the shoot-out but it wasn’t enough for Roberto Martinez’s side. It was a typical fast and furious cup tie which thrilled from start to finish.Valencia put the hammers ahead early in the second-half but that goal was cancelled out by Mirallas with just seven minutes remaining.The game was then brought into extra-time with both teams going for jugular despite the fact Everton were down to ten men following the dismissal of Aiden McGeady.Everton looked to have booked there place in the fourth round when Lukaku put them ahead but Carlton Cole prodded home to sent the game to penalties. Everton goalkeeper Robles missed his spot-kick and that allowed West Ham’s goalkeeper Adrian to step up and fire West Ham through. HEARTBREAK FOR COLEMAN AS EVERTON BOW OUT OF THE FA CUP ON PENALTIES was last modified: January 14th, 2015 by Mark ForkerShare this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pocket (Opens in new window)Click to share on Telegram (Opens in new window)Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window)Click to share on Skype (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new window) Tags:evertonnewsseamus colemansoccerSport
Deputy Joe McHugh has passed on his congratulations to towns and communities in Donegal who took part in this year’s Tidy Towns competition.Minister McHugh said he was pleased with awards today to Buncrana, Carrigart, Raphoe, Culdaff, Malin, Kerrykeel and Letterkenny. “For the last fifty nine years the Tidy Towns competition has brought enormous improvements to our local towns, villages and rural areas here in Donegal,” said the Donegal TD. “Here in Donegal the enhancements brought about by our local tidy towns committees give the whole community a lift.“I was particularly pleased to see our own towns and villages doing very well. Letterkenny, the overall winner a couple of years ago, won another gold medal today and landed the County Award. And Buncrana picked up gold in their category as well as a commendation.Minister Joe McHugh“I was also pleased to see Carrigart and Raphoe land bronze medals with very high scoring. And Carrigart also picked up the Gaeltacht Award. Elsewhere beautiful Malin – another previous winner – was highly commended. Kerrykeel picked up an Endeavour award for all their hard work.“I was also delighted to see the Culdaff River Community Angling group pick up an award for all their hard work.” The awards were presented by Minister Michael Ring today.Minister McHugh added: “This competition really shows us the importance of participation. Our local Tidy Towns volunteers are a credit to our community. I encourage anyone who feels strongly about our community and our environment to get involved with Tidy Towns.Minister for Rural and Community Development, Michael Ring said: “Tidy Towns is one of the most recognisable environmental initiatives in Ireland, but it also encompasses a way of life here in Ireland, where we show respect for our neighbours and for nature.“It is clear that working together and getting things done increases peoples’ pride in where they live and helps to build vibrant communities. That is why I am delighted to see this competition continues to attract great interest after almost 60 years.”Birdhill won the overall prize and also claimed the award of Ireland’s Tidiest Village. Other winners included Clonakilty which received the award for Ireland’s Tidiest Small Town. Westport received the award of Ireland’s Tidiest Large Town, while Ennis was again declared Ireland’s Tidiest Large Urban Centre. Donegal communities can be proud of their Tidy Towns achievements – McHugh was last modified: September 25th, 2017 by StephenShare this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pocket (Opens in new window)Click to share on Telegram (Opens in new window)Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window)Click to share on Skype (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new window)Tags:congratulationsdonegalJoe McHughtidy towns