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IndianaLocalNews Twitter Facebook Previous article73 million Americans want more pandemic-proof job, according to studyNext articleStatewide Silver Alert issued for two missing boys Darrin Wright By Darrin Wright – June 5, 2020 0 950 JC Penney closing two stores in Michiana Facebook (Photo supplied/JC Penney) JC Penney has announced a number of store closures in Indiana. While the store at University Park Mall is not on the list of locations closing, two other local stores are on the list.The retailer will close eight stores in Indiana, including locations in Elkhart and Plymouth as part of a financial restructuring plan that will close more than 150 stores across the country.The full list of Indiana closures is as follows:Bedford Town Fair (Bedford)Concord Mall (Elkhart)NW Pavilion @ Michigan Road (Indianapolis)Kokomo Mall (Kokomo)River Point Mall (Madison)Muncie Mall (Muncie)Pilgrim Place Mall (Plymouth)Richmond Square (Richmond)Vincennes Plaza (Vincennes)JCPenney CEO Jill Soltau says while closing stores is difficult, this strategy is vital to making sure the company emerges from both Chapter 11 bankruptcy and the COVID-19 pandemic as a stronger retailer.Store closing sales are slated to begin next week, with the closures expected to be completed within four months. Pinterest WhatsApp Google+ Google+ Pinterest WhatsApp Twitter
Travelling with a health conditionBuy travel insurance with healthcare cover for your condition. Your EHIC or GHIC will cover medically necessary treatment.Read the Money and Pensions Advice Service guidance for buying travel insurance for people with pre-existing medical conditions.If you need to have treatment while you’re abroad, you may need to pre-arrange it. For example, if you need dialysis or oxygen treatment. Speak to your doctor in the UK for advice before you travel.UK prescriptions can be used in Ireland and Spain. You cannot use a UK prescription elsewhere in the EU.Bringing medicine with youBefore you travel, make sure you either: An EHIC or GHIC is not a replacement for travel insurance. Make sure you have both before you travel.Each healthcare system is different, and in some countries you’ll need to pay to have treatment.Apply for a GHICA GHIC lets you get medically necessary state healthcare in Europe at a reduced cost or sometimes for free.If your EHIC is still in date, you do not need to apply for a new GHIC.They’re both valid if you’re travelling to an EU country.Apply for a GHIC for free on the NHS website.Visiting Norway, Iceland, Liechtenstein and SwitzerlandYou can use a UK passport to get medically necessary healthcare in Norway.GHICs and most UK EHICs are not valid in Norway, Iceland, Liechtenstein and Switzerland. Make sure you take out travel insurance with medical cover for your trip.You may not have access to free emergency medical treatment and could be charged for your healthcare if you do not get health cover with your travel insurance.Visits that started in 2020 and end in 2021If you started your visit to Iceland, Liechtenstein or Switzerland before 1 January 2021, your UK EHIC entitlements will continue until you leave that country.Who can use a UK-issued EHIC an EU, Norwegian, Icelandic, Liechtenstein or Swiss national, and started living in the UK before 1 January 2021 receiving a UK State Pension or some other ‘exportable benefits’, and started living in the EU, Norway, Iceland, Liechtenstein or Switzerland before 1 January 2021 a ‘frontier worker’ (someone who works in one state and lives in another), and started being one before 1 January 2021, for as long as you continue to be a frontier worker in the host state an eligible family member or dependant of one of the above Read more about travelling with controlled medicines.Read guidance from NaTHNaC on best practice when travelling with medicines.Getting prescriptionsIf you need to get prescribed medicine while you’re away, speak to a pharmacist in the country you’re visiting. You may need a prescription from a local doctor.You may have to pay something towards the cost of your prescription.If you have an EHIC or GHIC, you should pay the same as a citizen of the EU country you’re visiting. Make sure your prescription is from a state-approved doctor in the EU.Travelling to have planned treatmentYou cannot use an EHIC or GHIC for planned treatment. For example, if you’re going abroad to give birth.Read the NHS guide to going abroad for medical treatment. When you travel to an EU country you should have either: This information is about visiting the EU, Norway, Iceland, Liechtenstein and Switzerland. There’s different guidance for healthcare if you’re: visiting Spain visiting Ireland going to live, study or work in the EU your trip is longer than 3 months you’re travelling with more than 3 months’ supply take enough medication to last the duration of your trip can get any medicine you need in the country you’re going to Some people can get a new UK-issued EHIC which is valid for visits to Norway, Iceland, Liechtenstein and Switzerland.You’ll be able to apply if you’re: If you do not have your EHIC or GHIC with youYou’ll need to apply for a Provisional Replacement Certificate (PRC) if you need treatment and you do not have your EHIC or GHIC, or your card is lost or stolen abroad.Call the Overseas Healthcare Services. This is part of the NHS Business Services Authority (BSA). Check with the embassy, high commission or consulate for the country you’re visiting about local rules on any specific medicines.You need a letter to prove your medicine is prescribed to you if it contains a ‘controlled drug’. You may need to show this at the border when you’re entering or leaving the UK.You may also need a licence for controlled drugs if: NHS Overseas Healthcare ServicesTelephone: +44 (0)191 218 1999Monday to Friday, 8am to 6pm a European Health Insurance Card (EHIC) a UK Global Health Insurance Card (GHIC) travel insurance with healthcare cover the Channel Islands, including Guernsey, Alderney and Sark the Isle of Man Monaco San Marino the Vatican Apply now for your new UK EHIC on the NHS website.UK students using an EHICIf you started living and studying in Norway, Iceland, Liechtenstein or Switzerland before 1 January 2021, you need to apply for a new UK-issued EHIC.This entitles you to medically necessary state healthcare until the end of your course.Using your EHIC or GHICAn EHIC or GHIC covers state healthcare, not private treatment.With an EHIC or GHIC you can get emergency or necessary medical care for the same cost as a resident in the country you’re visiting. This means that you can get healthcare at a reduced cost or for free.Find out what your card covers in each country. You can select the country you are planning to visit from the drop-down list.An EHIC or GHIC is not a replacement for travel insurance – it does not cover everything, such as mountain rescue or being flown back to the UK (medical repatriation). Make sure you have both before you travel.You’ll need to pay in full for treatment if you do not have an EHIC, GHIC or provisional replacement certificate (PRC).The following European countries do not accept the EHIC or GHIC: Coronavirus (COVID-19) travel adviceSee the latest health advice for UK travellers following the outbreak of coronavirus (COVID-19).
Dumpstaphunk has just announced support and a bevy of special guests for their 3rd annual Phunksgiving Eve show in New York City on Wednesday, November 23rd at American Beauty (purchase tickets here). This is going to be one hell of a way to celebrate the Thanksgiving holiday.Bob Weir Joins Ivan Neville And Dumpstaphunk At Sweetwater Music Hall [Watch]Joining Ivan Neville and his cast of NOLA-based funk brethren will be Soulive/Lettuce guitarist Eric Krasno, former Dumpsta member and current Nth Power drummer Nikki Glaspie, 13-year-old guitar prodigy Brandon “Taz” Niederauer, and the Steel Town Horns. Grammy Award-winning trumpet player/producer Maurice “Mobetta” Brown will be bringing along his band SOUL’D U OUT to open up the celebration proper.With this lineup, it’s safe to say that this will be the best Phunksgiving Eve event yet. American Beauty is a more intimate venue, so don’t snooze on getting tickets for this special performance.Purchase tickets to Phunksgiving Eve on Nov. 23rd at American Beauty here.Join the Facebook Event page to get additional show updates and info here.Dumpstaphunk “Dancing To The Truth” from last year’s Phunksgiving throwdown:Maurice “Mobetta” Brown & SOUL’D U OUT – “Nighttime”:
The Harvard Alumni Association (HAA) has announced that Robert Coles ’50, Robert N. Shapiro ’72, J.D. ’78, and Alice “Acey” Welch ’53 will receive the 2018 Harvard Medal.First awarded in 1981, the Harvard Medal recognizes extraordinary service to the University. Harvard President Drew Faust will present the medals on Commencement Day, May 24, during the annual meeting of the Harvard Alumni Association, which is held during Commencement’s Afternoon Program.Robert Coles is a beloved member of the Harvard community. As an alumnus, professor, Pulitzer Prize-winning author, and clinician, Coles has inspired many to answer the call of public service.Robert Coles. Harvard file photoA child psychiatrist by training, Coles started his career at Harvard as a research psychiatrist in 1963. Two years later, he began teaching at Harvard Medical School, becoming a professor of psychiatry and medical humanities. Three decades later, he was named the James Agee Professor of Social Ethics at the Harvard Graduate School of Education. By his retirement in 2007, he had taught at several Schools across Harvard, weaving his medical training with literature and anthropological fieldwork to dig deeply into the social problems of our world. Students flocked to his courses, including the popular General Education 105, “The Literature of Social Reflection.”The Robert Coles “Call of Service” lecture and award series honors both Coles — a former Phillips Brooks House Association (PBHA) volunteer and trustee — and his book “The Call of Service,” which examines the idealism PBHA seeks to instill in its student volunteers.A celebrated recipient of such awards as a Pulitzer Prize for general nonfiction for his work “Children of Crisis” in 1973, a MacArthur Fellowship in 1981, the Presidential Medal of Freedom in 1998, and the National Humanities Medal in 2001, Coles was nominated by his Harvard College Class of 1950 to serve as chief marshal in honor of the class’s 25th reunion.Coles and his late wife, Jane Hallowell Coles ’59, raised three sons, all of whom graduated from Harvard College. Coles resides in Concord, Mass.Robert N. Shapiro is a deeply committed and loyal Harvard University citizen who has truly embraced the theme of “One Harvard.” He has served with great distinction in numerous capacities spanning the Harvard and Radcliffe Class of 1972, the HAA, the Harvard Law School Association (HLSA), and University governance.A former Lt. Charles H. Fiske III Scholarship recipient, which sent him to study at Trinity College, Cambridge, Shapiro is a longtime member and former chair of the HAA’s Harvard-Cambridge Scholarships Committee that is responsible for selecting the scholars each year from among Harvard’s graduating seniors.Robert ShapiroShapiro served as the president of the HAA from 1991 to 1992 and as president of the HLSA from 2000 to 2002. In 1996, he received the HAA Alumni Award, recognizing his longtime service and leadership to alumni and the HAA. As a member of the Harvard Board of Overseers from 2006 to 2012 and vice chair of the board from 2011 to 2012, he served on 12 different visiting committees. He was an Overseer member of the Harvard Corporation’s governance review committee in 2010 and the subsequent search committee for new Corporation members. In addition, he currently serves on the Radcliffe Institute for Advanced Study’s Dean’s Advisory Council and Harvard Divinity School’s Leadership Council.His career began at the Boston law firm Ropes & Gray in 1979. A partner in the private client group from 1987 until 2016, Shapiro now serves as the chief executive officer of Ropes Wealth Advisors. He is also president of the trustees of the Peabody Essex Museum. He lives in Cambridge, Mass.Alice “Acey” WelchAlice “Acey” Welch has worked tirelessly, persistently, and optimistically in the pursuit of making Harvard a more inclusive environment. A strong behind-the-scenes presence, she has been a persuasive influence on the Committee for the Equality of Women at Harvard (CEWH) and the force behind the envisioning and founding of the HAA Shared Interest Group (SIG) the Alumnae-i Network for Harvard Women (ANHW).For more than two decades following her 35th Radcliffe College reunion, Welch worked with her classmates and other Radcliffe women to launch and lead the CEWH — a group of nearly 2,000 dedicated to increasing the number of tenured women faculty at Harvard and furthering the sense of belonging for women on campus. As a steering committee member and then co-chair, she spoke often with members of the faculty and administration and made a lasting impact.Welch was again a principal voice for bringing Harvard alumnae together with the creation of the ANHW, serving as president from 2014 to 2016. This group is a vibrant intergenerational community of Harvard and Radcliffe alumni working to increase and strengthen the presence, voice, and leadership of women within Harvard and society at large. The group also worked in conjunction with the HAA and other SIGs in the planning and execution of Harvard Women’s Weekend in fall 2016. In 2017, Welch received the HAA Outstanding Clubs and SIGs Contribution Award for her efforts.Having majored in architectural sciences at Radcliffe, Welch was a technical illustrator and ultimately a graphic artist. She was married to the late Richard Welch ’53 and lives in Concord, Mass.
ROCHESTER – Wegmans was named one of the best companies to work for in the United States.The research and consulting firm Great Place to Work and Fortune released the news this week that the Rochester based grocer ranked third in the ‘2020 Fortune 100 Best Companies to Work For’ list.The research group says this year’s list came from surveying more than 650,000 employees and asking them to rate their workplace culture.The employees were asked to rate: respectfairnesscamaraderie“We are so grateful for our dedicated employees who have made us a part of this list for the past 23 years,” President and CEO Colleen Wegman said in a statement. “Our people make shopping and working at Wegmans a truly special experience every day. We celebrate and thank them for all they do to earn this incredible honor.”Customers and employees plan to celebrate the honor on Saturday at 11 a.m. with cake at every Wegmans store. For customers who prefer a healthy option instead of cake, Clementine tangerines will be available.This year marked Wegmans’ 23rd anniversary on the list. Share:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to email this to a friend (Opens in new window)
The state winners will represent Georgia at the 1997 National 4-H Congress Nov. 28-Dec. 2 inMemphis, Tenn. Dade: Brandon Clark, electric/electronics, Georgia EMC. Irwin: Rachael Ellis, general recreation, Georgia Recreation and Parks Association; JorjanneZorn, communications, Georgia 4-H Foundation. Montgomery: Henry Price, petroleum power, Chevron USA. Haralson: Jared Eaves, vocal performing arts, Six Flags. The 1997 state winners, listed by counties with their project areas and sponsors: Pulaski: Lesley Jennings, clothing and textiles, Apparel Education Foundation. Georgia 4-H honored its top members during the 55th annual State 4-H Congress in AtlantaJune 16-19. Bleckley: Trayvis Manuel, sports, White Water. “Teenagers have so many activities to choose from these days,” Ryles said. “We are constantlyreminded of the value of Georgia 4-H by the huge number who work year-round through theirhigh school careers to be the best in our program areas.” Bulloch: Carole Hicks, beef, Winn-Dixie and the Georgia Cattlemen’s Association. The 253 teens in the State Congress each won earlier county and district competitions. Theygave illustrated talks on what they learned in their projects. They prepared portfolios of theirproject work. And they answered questions about their work in interviews. Morgan: Kristy Malcom, health, Egleston Children’s Hospital; Beth Webb, conservation ofnatural resources, Georgia Water Wise Council. Coweta: Sherry Wilson, horse, Gold Kist. Harris: Julie Johnson, safety, Georgia 4-H Foundation; Jennifer Morgan, sheep, Georgia StateFair. Gilmer: Matthew Newton, photography, Georgia 4-H Foundation. Georgia 4-H started in 1904 as a 150-member boys’ corn club. It now has 170,000 membersin Georgia. Nationwide, about 5.5 million are members. They compete in projects rangingfrom poultry to electronics. Pickens: Julie Byers, food preservation and safety, Savannah Foods & Industries; SylviaChilders, food fare, Savannah Foods & Industries; Rachel Lovern, human development,Kilpatrick & Cody; Joe Morgan, poultry and egg science, Georgia Poultry Federation;Jennifer Reeves, computers, Georgia Power; Will Tate, wood science, Georgia DevelopmentAuthority; Kanyon Warden, arts and crafts, Georgia Recreation and Parks Association. Clarke: Jocelyn Bright, resource management, Georgia 4-H Foundation. Effingham: Brooke Burns, forestry, Union Camp; Sharon Knight, consumer education,Atlanta Gas Light; Jessica Redmond, swine, Georgia Pork Producers Association; SayraStone, housing, furnishings and design, Georgia Manufactured Housing Association; HaleyWatkins, instrumental performing arts, Six Flags Over Georgia. Tift: Kristy Baker, bread, White Lily Foods; Kim Grisson, food funds, Georgia 4-HFoundation; Tara Douce, outdoor recreation, White Water. Oglethorpe: Katie Walker, dog care, Georgia Veterinary Medical Association. Echols: Sara Corbett, flowers, shrubs and lawns, Georgia Development Authority. “State Congress is our time to showcase some of the most outstanding young people inGeorgia,” said Roger C. “Bo” Ryles, state 4-H leader for the University of Georgia ExtensionService. “It culminates the 4-H year.” Macon: Laura McLendon, wildlife, Georgia Power. Newton: Amanda Eaton, general performing arts, Six Flags Over Georgia. Mitchell: Mary Frances Sellers, fruits, vegetables and nuts, Griffin Corporation. Evans: Melissa Daniel, public speaking, Georgia Farm Credit Associations. Coffee: Tino Johnson, food for fitness, Savannah Foods & Industries; Casey Merritt, shootingsports, Georgia 4-H Foundation; Justin Paulk, dairy foods, Georgia 4-H Foundation. Madison: Amanda Bridges, environmental science, Georgia Propane Gas Association; ArtRyder, entomology, Georgia Pest Control Association. Bartow: Paul Pugliese, plant and soil science, Georgia Plant Food Education Society. Butts: Annette Wilson, fashion revue, Georgia 4-H Foundation. Houston: Lindsey Etheridge, veterinary science, Georgia Veterinary Medical Association. Hall: Jordan Haynes, dairy and milk science, Georgia Department of Agriculture.
On Oct. 15 credit unions worldwide will be celebrating International Credit Union Day (ICU Day). Celebrated for the first time in 1948, this annual event raises global awareness for the credit union movement through outreach, volunteering, fundraising and other ICU Day-themed activities. Credit unions bring financial inclusion and a promising future to people all over the world, and ICU Day is a chance to spotlight and celebrate these achievements.“This year’s theme for ICU Day is ‘Inspiring hope for a global community,” says Michelle Kamke, marketing projects manager at CUNA. “What better way to show how credit unions from across the world provide hope through financial services, education and support than to highlight how credit unions have advanced the lives of members during the economic uncertainty wrought by the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic.”Participating credit unions can showcase how members and non-members alike can turn to them for financial services, guidance and relief during everyday hurdles, unexpected loss or disaster. You’re encouraged to share your memorable ICU Day plans and highlights with credit unions worldwide on social media using #ICUDay. continue reading » ShareShareSharePrintMailGooglePinterestDiggRedditStumbleuponDeliciousBufferTumblr
Spain’s northwestern Galicia region on Sunday ordered the lockdown of 70,000 people amid fears of a fresh coronavirus outbreak, following a larger one in the northeast.All residents of the town of La Marina, 140 kilometers east of La Coruna, will be unable to leave the vicinity and gatherings of more than ten people will be banned to limit the possibility of contagion.The move came only a day after regional officials put 200,000 people back in confinement following a “sharp rise” in infections near the northeastern town of Lerida some 150 kilometers west of Catalan regional capital Barcelona. Spaniards endured one of the world’s toughest lockdowns for three months from March as the country suffered one of Europe’s worst coronavirus death tolls — at least 28,385 — and more than 250,000 cases.”At the moment… we have 106 positive cases, which presupposes a rise on the previous day of 21 cases,” Galician regional health official Jesus Vazquez told a news conference in provincial capital Lugo.”It is considered necessary to raise levels of restrictions to attempt to improve the outlook … and isolate ourselves from the possibility of exponential growth which is what tends to occur in the case of community transmission which, here, has not yet appeared.”As a precaution the zone will be cordoned off for at least five days as authorities monitor the situation.At the national level, Spanish authorities see the pandemic as having been essentially brought under control but are monitoring some 50 instances where new cases appear to be latent.Topics :
Advertisement Partey’s father recently claimed Arsenal were in talks to sign the midfielder (Picture: Getty)The Spanish giants are ready to offer the Ghana international a new contract which would increase his release clause from €50million (£47m) to €100m (£93m).AdvertisementAdvertisementADVERTISEMENTHowever, Attamah, Partey’s international team-mate, hopes he turns down Atletico’s offer in order to prove himself overseas.‘I will be happy if he goes to Arsenal,’ the Ghana defender told Citi TV.‘He has done everything at Atletico and is recognised as one of his best players. ‘He also has to go to a different league to prove himself. ‘He needs people to know that he is capable of succeeding in other places and not only in Spain.’ Atletico Madrid star Thomas Partey has been heavily linked with Arsenal in recent weeks (Picture: Getty)Thomas Partey should complete a move from Atletico Madrid to Arsenal to prove that he’s capable of succeeding in the Premier League as well as La Liga. That’s according to his Ghana team-mate Joseph Larweh Attamah.Arsenal are on the lookout for midfield reinforcements ahead of the summer transfer window and have identified Partey as one of their top targets, with the 26-year-old reportedly keen on joining the north London club. Partey’s father fuelled these rumours last month as he confirmed that the Gunners had held discussions over a big-money switch but Atleti are determined to keep hold of the defensive midfielder. Comment Metro Sport ReporterTuesday 9 Jun 2020 11:39 amShare this article via facebookShare this article via twitterShare this article via messengerShare this with Share this article via emailShare this article via flipboardCopy link4.5kShares Attamah has urged Partey to test himself in the Premier League (Picture: Getty)Chelsea legend Michael Essien has not been surprised by the speculation surrounding Partey and admits he would have ‘loved’ to have played alongside the midfielder for the Ghana national team. ‘Thomas is such a good player. I’d have loved to play with him,’ Essien said during an Instagram Live last month.‘He is a young and talented player making waves in Europe. ‘He is one player I’d liked to play alongside but it will never happen. ‘It is their time at the Black Stars now so we have to support them and hopefully they can take it from where we left off.’Follow Metro Sport across our social channels, on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram. For more stories like this, check our sport page.MORE: Arsene Wenger airs Premier League concerns over Project RestartMORE: Henrikh Mkhitaryan sends message to Mikel Arteta over Arsenal return Thomas Partey’s team-mate explains why he should join Arsenal this summer Advertisement