Governor Mike Pence signed a bill that will help Hoosier heroes and their families by expanding access to the Military Family Relief Fund.“Veterans face higher rates of unemployment than the general population, as well as other hardships,” said Governor Pence. “Helping our Hoosier veterans who served our nation and sacrificed their lives to protect our freedom is the right thing to do.”Under Senate Enrolled Act Bill 352, approximately 26,000 post-911 veterans will be eligible to apply for assistance through the Military Family Relief Fund. The bill eliminates the three-year restriction on access to the fund, which provides grants that may be used for needs such as food, housing, utilities, medical services, transportation and other essential family expenses. The Military Family Relief Fund has a balance of more than $7 million, and lifting the cap will ensure those funds are available to support Hoosier veterans and their families. The new law becomes effective on July 1, 2014.Last year, during the Governor’s first year in office, the Pence Administration announced a budget and the legislature passed bills that made a clear commitment to Hoosiers who have served our nation in uniform, from investing more money in job training to certifying Veteran Service Officers in every Indiana county, in order to ensure our heroes get the benefits they deserve. The administration also set a State procurement goal of 3 percent for veteran-owned businesses and established higher education tuition breaks for veterans.
Carl Edwards shocked NASCAR fans when he recently announced his retirement from active driving. Edwards stated that he was going to retire to his Missouri “ranch”. Edwards owns a small farm in Missouri.I am sure that some recent driver deaths and the changing dynamics of the cars today had a lot to do with his decision. Edwards has small children. When NASCAR’s most popular driver, Dale Earnhardt, Jr., missed most of last season with a concussion, this had to influence his decision. Afterall, when you finish second in the final standings, you don’t expect a relatively young driver to retire.I am sure Carl Edwards will find another job in racing that does not require the danger of driving 200 mph around a high-banked track in a car not much bigger than the one you and I drive on the streets. Will NASCAR try to restrict the engine power soon? In recent years, I think one or more cars have left the track surface like they were an airplane taking off.
Elvis Herman Hesse, Chapters Committee Chairman for Accra Hearts of Oak and Communications Director, Opare Addo earlier today [5th June 2020] presented the General Manager of Citi FM and Citi TV, Mr. Bernard Avle with a replica jersey of the club.The club officials who described Mr. Avle as a “proud Phobian” added that Mr. Bernard Avle has “truly demonstrated his love and passion for the club”The Football club in a post on Twitter also described the host of Citi FM’s Breakfast show and Citi TV’s Point of View show as a “die in the wool” Phobian.Hearts of Oak today made a presentation to a die in the wool Phobian, Bernard Avle, host of Citi FM’s Morning Show and, he truly demonstrated his love and passion for the club. Bernard is indeed a proud Phobian.🔴💛🔵#AHOSC pic.twitter.com/ATHWLJPFU1— Phobians (@HeartsOfOakGH) June 5, 2020The gesture by the club has since ignited a footballing conversation on social media site, Twitter with many including musician Manifest, joining in to show their support for the club.Phoooobia 🏆 https://t.co/1OFQh2FiE4— M.anifest – #WeNoDeyHear (@manifestive) June 5, 2020Bernard Avle earlier this year in February declared his love for the rainbow team on Citi FM’s breakfast show, leading to a conversation that ignited a football fanbase discussion on the country’s most listened to English morning radio show.A true super excited @benkoku receives a branded jersey from Hearts of Oak..Aloski.🔴💛🔵#AHOSC pic.twitter.com/BgnXgsJqDJ— Phobians (@HeartsOfOakGH) June 5, 2020Mr. Bernard Avle in a post on Facebook and twitter, also thanked the club for the gesture with a quote from the club’s famous tagline, “until the bones are rotten”Elvis Herman Hesse, the Chapters Committee Chairman for @HeartsOfOakGH and Comms Director Opare Addo surprised me with a customised jersey today.Never say die until the bones are rotten! Phoooobia! pic.twitter.com/vEWeR9SvVC— Bernard Avle (@benkoku) June 5, 2020Accra Hearts of OakAccra Hearts of Oak Sporting Club is a professional sports club based in Accra (Greater Accra), Ghana.The club was founded on 11 November 1911. Hearts of Oak won their first major match in 1922 when Sir Gordon Guggisberg, Governor of the Gold Coast, founded the Accra Football League. Hearts won 6 out of 12 seasons in this league.In 1956, Hearts joined the Ghanaian football league and have flourished since.In the year 2000, Hearts of Oak won the Ghana FA cup, the Ghana Premier League and for the first time in their history the CAF Champions League.This was the most successful year in the Clubs’ history.–By: Jude Duncan Tags: Bernard AvleHearts of Oak
The club reported that the goalkeeper is well, he is currently asymptomatic and the rest of the group will end his home isolation on March 27. The list of Calcium players suffering from the new disease continues to lengthen: Rugani, Matuidi, Dybala (Juve), Gabbiadini, Colley, Ekdal, La Gumina, Thorsby, Depaoli, Bereszynsky (Sampdoria), Vlahovic, Cutrone, Pezzella (Fiorentina), Zaccagni (Verona), Daniel Maldini (Milan, who also confirmed the positive from his father Paolo) and Sportiello (Atalanta). Marco Sportiello is the first Atalanta player positive to COVID-19. The Nerazzurro team, despite being located in Bergamo, the city hardest hit by the coronavirus with almost 7,000 cases, still had no infection, and was placed in preventive quarantine due to the cases that affected Valencia, its last rival in the match. of the Champions League from last March 10. Given this scenario, resuming training, something that teams like Lazio and Naples wanted to do this week, seems impossible until at least mid-April. The doctors from the Calcio teams signed an agreement that foresees the gradual return to individual work from April 4 and to group work from 13, although everything will depend on the development of the emergency in the transalpine country.