Huge crowd expected at ‘wedding’ to remember tragic Jasmine

first_imgOne of the biggest charity events in Donegal takes place this year when the mock wedding is held in aid of the Smile for Jasmine Fund.More than 200 guests are expected to arrive at the ‘wedding’ of Brendan McGlinchey and Ann Marie McNulty at The Banjo Bar in Castlefinn.All proceeds from the event will go towards the family of the late tragic Jasmine McMonagle who was killed in Killygordon in January last. Now the people of the area have together in a bid to help Jasmine’s young family.Today’s events begin at 5pm with a full sit-down meal schedule for 6pm – if the bride arrives on time!With The Logues taking to the stage at 7pm along with Chrissie Mac and Richie Remo, there will be a full two-hour music session followed by dancing into the night. And unlike most weddings, you don’t need an invite!There are still some tickets available for the evening Reception from reception in The Banjo.The late Jasmine McMonagle  Huge crowd expected at ‘wedding’ to remember tragic Jasmine was last modified: September 21st, 2019 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)last_img read more

Job Opportunity: Ohio State Fair Intern

first_imgShare Facebook Twitter Google + LinkedIn Pinterest  Leave a CommentThe Ohio Farm Bureau Federation (OFBF) is seeking three individuals to serve as interns for the Ohio State Fair Land and Living Exhibit in 2019. The interns will assist OFBF in hiring and providing direction (with OFBF staff assistance) to State Fair ambassadors. All interns will be responsible for planning, executing and staffing the exhibit at the Ohio State Fair. This program provides the opportunity to interact with many leaders in Ohio agriculture and Ohio government.Intern ResponsibilitiesIn cooperation with the other interns:● Assist OFBF staff with Land and Living exhibit design and implementation. Work in conjunction with exhibit partners, contractors and Ohio Exposition Commission staff on the development of exhibit budget, educational components, construction timeline, and actual exhibit design. ● Coordinate construction efforts with Ohio Exposition Center staff and contractors. Assignments of specific responsibilities will be assigned to team members. ● Coordinate staffing of Land and Living during the Ohio State Fair. Staffing includes OFBF staff, allied industry groups, and volunteers. Includes scheduling and training of staff and the development of a daily procedure manual. ● Coordinate media relations with OFBF and Ohio Expositions Center staff. In conjunction with the OFBF Communications Department, develop media packets. Develop plan to leverage the educational components of Land and Living via media contacts and placement. ● Assist OFBF staff in development and implementation of a youth agriculture education program designed to complement the Land and Living exhibit. ● Ensure OFBF, Our Ohio and Ohio agriculture background policies and goals are well represented in the exhibit. Serve as an ambassador for Ohio agriculture to fair attendees. ● Assist OFBF with planning and implementation of summer educational programs. ● Other duties as assigned.Qualifications desired:● College sophomore standing or above ● Proven leadership ● Team player ● FlexibleInterns are expected to be at the Ohio State Fair for the duration July 24-Aug. 4, 2019Please send cover letter and resume by Nov. 16, 2018 to Ohio Farm Bureau Federation Attn: Susan Gaughan 280 North High Street, 6th Floor Columbus OH 43215[email protected] 614-246-8298Fax: 614-246-8698  Leave a Commentlast_img read more

KXIP beat RCB by 19 runs

first_imgKings XI Punjab now has 10 points from 10 games while RCB after their ninth defeat in 12 matches stay at the bottom on five points. Samuel Badree of RCB bowled by Axar Patel during IPL Match against King X I Punjab at M Chinnaswamy stadium in Bengaluru on Friday. – Photo: Bhagya Prakash K Vohra played a slog-sweep off Negi effectively, hitting him for a six before trying to repeat the same shot off Yuzvendra Chahal (2/21 in 4 overs). He was holed out at long-on by AB de Villiers. SHARE SHARE EMAIL COMMENT May 05, 2017 SHARE Axar hit three fours and two sixes with 19 runs off the 20th over bowled by Shane Watson (1/43 in 4 overs) helped KXIP reach closer to 140 —— something that looked impossible after 19 overs. Axar Patel’s lion-hearted all-round effort helped Kings XI Punjab stay in the hunt for a play-off berth with a resounding 19-run victory over Royal Challengers Bangalore in an IPL encounter, here tonight. De Villiers pulled Sandeep to the mid-wicket stands but bowled a full outswinger which was edged to Wriddhiman Saha behind the stumps. Kedar Jadhav (6) hit a boundary but Mohit Sharma fooled him with a change of pace as a simple catch was taken by Axar Patel at short cover. At 73 for 6, the game was all over for the RCB with no chance whatsoever of making a comeback. Skipper Maxwell’s (6) horrendous run with the bat continued as he tried a reverse sweep only to be caught at short third-man. Left-arm pacer Aniket Chaudhary (2/17 in 4 overs) gave RCB breakthrough in the very first over when Hashim Amla (1) got a faintest of an edge to be snapped by Kedar Jadhav behind the stumps. This was the lowest total defended by a team at the Chinnaswamy Stadium and also the first time in 10 editions that RCB has been bowled out four times. New ball bowler Sandeep Sharma (3/22 in 4 overs) played a big role blowing away the top-order to set up the win. Wriddhiman Saha, India’s ‘Test wicketkeeper’ played like a longer-format specialist trying to drop anchor during his painstaking 21 off 25 balls. He looked completely out-of-sorts as it has been the case with him throughout the IPL. On a slow Chinnaswamy track, none of the Kings XI Punjab batsmen save Axar looked comfortable with run—scoring being an arduous job. With confidence torn to shreds and self belief in tatters, RCB looked like a rag-tag unit with no stomach for a fight. It seemed as if the team is just turning up to complete formalities. Gayle got one that swung away as he slashed it straight to point. Kohli gave the charge to a delivery that swung back into knock the leg stump back. At 78 for 5, the Saha-Patel pair stemmed the rot partially with a 34-run stand but could never really get going. After his good hand with the bat, Axar was back in thick of things removing Shane Watson (3) caught by Wriddhiman. The normally flamboyant Manan Vohra (25, 28 balls) also played a subdued knock hitting a six and a four. Published on Mohit Sharma (2/24), Axar, Glenn Maxwell (2/14) all played their parts to perfection in KXIP’s fifth win of the season. Samuel Badree of RCB bowled by Axar Patel during IPL Match against King X I Punjab at M Chinnaswamy stadium in Bengaluru on Friday. – Photo: Bhagya Prakash K IPL 2017 Shaun Marsh (20) looked elegant during his short stay but trying to hoick Negi (1/21 in 3 overs) over long-off saw him offer Mandeep Singh a simple catch. cricket Mandeep Singh (46), who finally got some runs was lone man fighting for RCB but an innocuous delivery from rival skipper Glenn Maxwell saw him try an atrocious cross-batted shot to get bowled. First, the India dsicard smashed his way to an unbeaten 38 off 17 balls as Kings XI Punjab managed 138 for 7 and then grabbed 3/11 in in 3 overs with RCB skittled out for 119 in 19 overs. Earlier, Axar’s lusty blows enabled Kings XI Punjab reach a respectable 138 for 7 on a difficult track. Sandeep gave an exhibition of controlled swing bowling to get the ‘Big Three’ Chris Gayle (0), Virat Kohli (6) and AB de Villiers (10) quickly. He is the first bowler in IPL history to knock off the terrific trio in the same match. It was Patel coming in at No 7, who gave the innings some sort of impetus during the end overs with his lovely cameo. Martin Guptill (9) was done in by the slowish track as he sliced Sreenath Aravind (1/13 in 2 overs) to Pawan Negi stationed at sweeper cover. × COMMENTSlast_img read more