Doris “Toodie” Mae Foley of Batesville, Indiana passed away on Thursday, January 30, 2020 at Margaret Mary Health. She was 94 years old. Born on June 27, 1925 in Indianapolis, she was the daughter of Lewis and Dorothy (nee: Hill) Laker. The 1944 New Point High School graduate was married to Paul Foley until he passed away in November 1977.Toodie, as she was known to most of her friends and family, was a member of Holy Family Church. She liked to shop the yard sales and play bingo. Her family spoke highly of her good cooking and she enjoyed making their favorites. Most of all she loved spending time with her family, especially her many grandchildren.She is survived by her daughter, Glenda (John) Riehle; 3 sons, Steven Foley, Tim Foley and Rick Foley; daughter-in-law, Tina Foley; 7 grandchildren, Jason Foley, Shawn Riehle, BJ Foley, Max Foley, Melissa Franklin, Paul Foley and Geannie Foley; 11 great-grandchildren, Kyle Riehle, Ryan Riehle, Sarah Riehle-Marquette, Nick Riehle, Savana Foley, Liam Foley, Preston Franklin, Payton Franklin, Presley Franklin, Piper Franklin and Isabelle Foley; 2 great-great grandchildren, Madilyn Riehle and Greyson Riehle; along with her sister, Betty Reichel.In addition to her parents and husband, Paul, she was preceded in death by her son Pat Foley.Visitation will be Tuesday, February 4, 2020 from 9-11am with Mass of Christian Burial immediately following, all at Holy Family Church in Oldenburg, IN. Burial will be in Holy Family Cemetery. Fr. Carl Langenderfer officiating.Memorials may be given to Margaret Mary Health Foundation Hospice c/o the funeral home. Meyers Funeral Home assisting the family. Online condolences www.meyersfuneralhomes.com
Facebook Twitter Google+ Gilbert is a four-star recruit on Scout.com and ESPN, and has received offers from Connecticut, Georgia, Miami (Florida), Illinois and a host of other power-conference schools, according to Scout. Scout lists him at 6 feet, 0 inches and 160 pounds. ESPN ranks him as the 44th-best player in its Top 60 recruits for the Class of 2016.AdvertisementThis is placeholder textSU currently has one player, four-star small forward Matthew Moyer, verbally committed in the Class of 2016. Moyer, who is finishing his junior year at Lincoln (Ohio) High School, is currently ranked 58th in ESPN’s Top 60. Comments Published on April 20, 2015 at 10:20 pm Contact Jesse: [email protected] | @dougherty_jesse Syracuse has offered Class of 2016 point guard Alterique Gilbert of Miller Grove (Georgia) High School, his high school coach, Sharman White, announced in a tweet Monday night.
The African Children’s Feeding Scheme (ACFS) feeds over 31 000 children daily through feeding centres and mobile vans (Images: ACFS Facebook page)Active citizenship initiative Lead SA is partnering with the African Children’s Feeding Scheme, Johannesburg City Parks and Zoo and the Dis-Chem Foundation to facilitate Mandela Day events geared at teaching South Africans how to plant and maintain their own vegetable gardens.“Too many South Africans go to sleep hungry every day with no idea what they will eat the next morning,” Lead SA’s Terry Volkwyn said in a statement on Wednesday. “In the true spirit of active citizenship, we encourage South Africans to heed the call to curb hunger not only by starting their own vegetable gardens on their pavements, but by also donating surplus food to feeding schemes in our communities.”Members of the public will be taught various gardening skills, including planting techniques, container gardening and pest control, at Mandela Day events at venues across Gauteng province, including in Midrand, Eldorado Park, Jabavu, Meadowlands, Orange Farm, Naledi and Zola.The African Children’s Feeding Scheme (ACFS), which feeds over 31 000 children daily through feeding centres and mobile vans, will host a Mandela Day educational activation at four of its centres – in Jabavu, Zola, Meadowlands and Naledi – where stalls will be set up to expose community members to different types of food gardening.A similar event will take place at the Dis-Chem Foundation’s community garden in Midrand, launched earlier this year to help community members in the area.Also on Mandela Day, Johannesburg City Parks and Zoo – under the theme “Harvest4Madiba” – will distribute fruit trees across Johannesburg, showcase small-scale farming in Lakeside, Orange Farm, refurbish parks, distribute food hampers and reclaim illegal dumping sites in Eldorado Park.Lead SA will also create a community vegetable garden at their premises, Primedia Place in Sandton.“We encourage other companies and businesses to assist in fighting hunger by transforming their front verges into vegetable gardens which could feed many more South Africans,” Volkwyn said.She added that members of the public wishing to volunteer to take part in any of these activities should register to do so through www.leadsa.co.za.In support of the campaign, The Star and other Independent Group newspapers will publish features on different types of food gardens, including rooftop gardens, suburban pavement gardens and large-scale community gardens. The Star has also committed to creating a container garden at its building in downtown Johannesburg, with the produce to be donated to organisations in the inner city.In the Western Cape, members of the public will be invited to do their 67 minutes of volunteerism at the Oranjezicht City Farm, where they will learn the basics of planting seedlings.Lead SA will also have a Food Truck which will collect food from different areas in the Western Cape to donate to soup kitchens and other feeding schemes in need.Food insecurity is not just a global concern, but is affecting South Africa tooLITERACY, SHELTER, FOOD SECURITYAt the launch of Nelson Mandela International Day 2014 in April, food security was identified as one of three major themes, the other two being literacy and shelter.“Food insecurity is not just a global concern, but is affecting South Africa too,” the Nelson Mandela Foundation said in a statement shortly after the launch. “According to a research report released by the Human Sciences Research Foundation (HSRC) in August, only 45.6% of the South African population is food secure.”Foundation CEO Sello Hatang commented: “All people, at all times, should have access to sufficient, safe and nutricious foods to maintain a healthy and active life. This is a crucial social support measure for effective development and growth. Feeding activities – whether food parcels, food gardens or feeding schemes that provide long-term access to food security – can transform world hunger.”
Share Facebook Twitter Google + LinkedIn Pinterest By Peter Thomison, Laura Lindsey, Steve Culman, Sam Custer, Ohio State University ExtensionHave very dry soil conditions increased the potential for toxic levels of nitrates in corn harvested for silage? Nitrates absorbed from the soil by plant roots are normally incorporated into plant tissue as amino acids, proteins and other nitrogenous compounds. Thus, the concentration of nitrate in the plant is usually low. The primary site for converting nitrates to these products is in growing green leaves. Under unfavorable growing conditions, especially drought, this conversion process is retarded, causing nitrate to accumulate in the stalks, stems and other conductive tissue. The highest concentration of nitrates is in the lower part of the stalk or stem. For example, the bulk of the nitrate in a drought-stricken corn plant can be found in the bottom third of the stalk. If moisture conditions improve, the conversion process accelerates and within a few days nitrate levels in the plant returns to normal.The highest levels of nitrate accumulate when drought occurs after a period of heavy nitrate uptake by the corn plant. Heavy nitrate uptake begins at the V6 growth stage and continues through the silking stage. Therefore, a drought during or immediately after pollination is often associated with the highest accumulation of nitrates. Extended drought prior to pollination is not necessarily a prelude to high accumulations of nitrate. The resumption of normal plant growth from a heavy rainfall will reduce nitrate accumulation in corn plants, and harvest should be delayed for at least 1 to 2 weeks after the rainfall. Not all drought conditions cause high nitrate levels in plant. If the soil nitrate supply is low in the dry soil surface, plant roots will not absorb nitrates. Some soil moisture is necessary for absorption and accumulation of the nitrates.If growers want to salvage part of their drought damaged corn crop as silage, it’s best to delay harvesting to maximize grain filling, if ears have formed. Even though leaves may be dying, the stalk and ear often have enough extra water for good keep. Kernels will continue to fill and the increases in dry matter will more than compensate for leaf loss unless plants are actually dying or dead. Moreover, if nitrate levels are high or questionable, they will decrease as plant gets older and nitrates are converted to proteins in the ear.If corn has been harvested and is suspected of being high in nitrates, it should be tested. Most labs that do forage testing can analyze samples.The keys steps to collecting forage samples for nitrate testing can be found at https://fyi.extension.wisc.edu/forage/nitrate-poisoning-in-cattle-sheep-and-goats/ which is also in the Mark Sulc article below.For more information, check out the following:Be Alert to Late-Season Potential Forage Toxicities – Mark Sulc. Oct. 4, 2019 C.O.R.N. Newsletter. Available at: https://forages.osu.edu/news/be-alert-late-season-potential-forage-toxicitiesNitrates in Dairy Rations – Maurice L. Eastridge William P. Weiss, Ohio State University Fact Sheet AS-0003-99. Available on-line here.
Jwala Gutta and Ashwini Ponnappa with their silver medals at Commonwealth Games in Glasgow. Photo: PTI.Indian shuttlers Jwala Gutta and Ashwini Ponnappa lost to Malaysian duo Vivian Kah Mun Hoo and Khe Wei Woon in the women’s doubles final of the 20th Commonwealth Games on Sunday and had to settle for the silver medal.The Indian third seeds lost to the second seeded Malaysian duo in straight games 17-21, 21-23 in 41 minutes at the Emirates Arena.
We have an amazing new Instagram competition for participants at the 2013 X-Blades National Youth Championships. Don’t miss out on the chance to win these amazing prizes below:– Aussie World Family Pass for five people (Value $119 – valid for 12 months)– Caloundra Jet Ski Lighthouse Tour for two people (Value $160 – valid 12 months)All you have to do is post a picture on Instagram by 1.00pm tomorrow of you and your team with a Steeden Touch Football off the field with the hashtag #sunshinecoastmoments and be sure to tag ‘Touch Football Australia’. We will select the best two photos, so get clicking and good luck!Related LinksInstagram Comp!
About the authorPaul VegasShare the loveHave your say Wolves defender Coady on England coach Southgate’s radarby Paul Vegas10 months agoSend to a friendShare the loveWolves defender Conor Coady is on England coach Gareth Southgate’s radar.Southgate was at Molineux on Monday night to watch Wolves defeat Liverpool in the FA Cup third-round.He attended the game specifically to monitor central defender Coady, says the Daily Mail.The 25-year-old, who started his career at Anfield, has earned rave reviews for his displays in the heart of Wolves’ defence this season.His performance against his former club on Monday will have done his cause no harm at all.
AUBURN, AL – SEPTEMBER 03: Deshaun Watson #4 of the Clemson Tigers reacts during the second half against the Auburn Tigers at Jordan Hare Stadium on September 3, 2016 in Auburn, Alabama. (Photo by Kevin C. Cox/Getty Images)The start of college football season is just 50 days away, and this fan’s highlight video for Clemson quarterback Deshaun Watson will get you ready for the upcoming action.Fan IPTAY SAB’s video highlights Watson’s 2015 historic season. Check it out:Watson had a spectacular 2015 campaign, winning 14 games and leading his team to the 2016 College Football Playoff national title game. The quarterback had a historic performance throughout the season, setting the record for most total yards in national championship game history, with 478 yards against Alabama, the nation’s top defense. He threw for over 4,000 yards and rushed for another thousand yards on the ground as a true sophomore; Watson remains the only player to ever accomplish this in the history of college football.In 2015 Watson was named a finalist for the Heisman Trophy, the first time a Clemson player has been invited to the Heisman Trophy Presentation. He then won the Davey O’Brien Award, which is awarded annually to the best college quarterback, as well as the 2015 ACC Player of the Year and the ACC Offensive Player of the Year awards.
VANCOUVER – The developer of a floating liquefied natural gas export facility proposed for Vancouver Island says it has a deal with a Korean shipbuilder for the design of two large at-shore hulls.Steelhead LNG and partner Huu-ay-aht First Nations say the agreement was signed at the Gastech Conference in Barcelona with Hyundai Heavy Industries to engineer and design the equipment for the Kwispaa LNG Project.The LNG export project, which features floating production and storage units, is proposed to be built at Sarita Bay off land owned by the Huu-ay-aht First Nations, with a final investment decision scheduled for 2020 and the first 12-million-tonnes-per-year phase to be operational in 2024.Three companies have been invited to bid to engineer and construct the project’s topsides, marine facilities, pre-treatment and onshore plant facilities.The design work under both contracts is expected to start next year.The hulls are expected to cost about US$500 million to build. Each is to be 340 metres long and 60 metres wide and feature five individual tanks that provide 280,000 cubic metres of LNG storage.
FORT ST. JOHN, B.C. – After months of decision making, the School District 60 Board of Trustees have finally decided on a name for the new elementary school that is being constructed from across the Fort St. John Hospital.The new elementary school will now be known as Anne Roberts Young, the first registered nurse in Fort St. John.Board Chair, Ida Campbell, says the Board and Superintendent, Dave Sloan, decided to go with Anne Roberts Young, not only for historical reasoning but for the school’s proximity to the hospital. “Superintendent Dave Sloan believes the name is fitting given to the new school’s location across the street from the Fort St. John Hospital and Birthing Centre and the fact that Anne Roberts Young has dedicated so much of her professional life to providing healthcare in our community.”The new elementary school is being constructed from across the Fort St. John Hospital at a cost of $31.3 million. Construction started in 2018 and will be complete by the Fall of 2020.