Greensburg, In. — The Decatur County Memorial Hospital “Healthy Fair” will be held Wednesday, June 19 at the Greensburg Elementary School.The event includes free screenings, blood pressure checks, vision and body fat. There will also be information about nutrition, diabetes and seminar by orthopedic surgeon Eric Tannenbaum.The Kids Discovery Factory, jump rope fun, balloon animals and a bounce house for the kids are planned.For more information please call 812-663-1228 or click here.
His decision came just four days after winning a fifth term in office.Prince Ali Bin Al-Hussein, who was defeated during last Friday’s election, has already indicated that he will run once again.Kuwaiti executive committee member, Sheikh Ahmad Al Fahad Al Sabah has also said he will seek a nomination.
The executive director of the Foundation for International Dignity, (FIND), Mr. Roosevelt Woods, has said that President Ellen Johnson Sirleaf’s recent statement, that before any non-governmental organizations (NGOs) get access to donor funding that NGO should have an office space, be well established and must have a current bank account, is “unjustifiable and unrealistic.”According to Woods, no NGO would receive funding from the international community without it being nationally recognized, including have all of the above.He said the Liberian Government usually asks all of the above questions to an NGO, which is wanting to be registered and operate within the territorial confine of Liberia. So for the President to mention that in her Annual Message to the Legislature on January 27, was an “attack” against NGOs.Addressing a press conference recently in Monrovia, FIND’s executive director noted that it was preferable for President Sirleaf to talk about developmental issues than attack NGOs, who, according to him, are playing important role in the rebuilding process of the country.Mr. Woods said the Liberian leader’s comments, has the propensity to strain relations with the humanitarian community. He maintained that NGOs were operating in the confines of the Liberian laws.The human right advocates explain that NGOs are struggling for survival as they and the governments were competing for resources from partners.“NGOs are sleeping dogs in this country. We are starving and want to complement the works done by government, and they are not supporting our work, but rather undermining our efforts.”Woods stated that President Sirleaf ignored cardinal national topics\issues that are supposed to improve the living conditions of the Liberians when she last addressed the nation.Meanwhile, in her Annual Message to the 53rd National Legislature, President Ellen Johnson Sirleaf said that to ensure this partnership, the government will require national and international NGOs to submit a report of their annual activities, and registered with the relevant government agency every year; that NGOs disclose to the Government details of the funds pledged by donors for project implementation in the country.The Liberian leader added that every NGO should have an office space, audited bank account as well as current account.Share this:Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)
A woman had to jump out of the way of a speeding car after it was stolen from outside a shop as its owner paid for groceries.The terrifying incident happened outside Georgie Sweeney’s garage on the Ramelton Road in Letterkenny on Friday.One thief, who had been watching the woman, jumped into the red Citreon Saxo car just seconds after she got out of it. An eagle-eyed local motorist tried to block in the car thief but he was forced to pull out of the way as the car thief tried to ram him.Another woman had to jump out of the way of the stolen car as the driver picked up an accomplice across the forecourt.The two thieves made their getaway in the Northern Ireland registered car in the direction of the Ballyraine roundabout.Gardai are now viewing CCTV footage of the incident. Donegal Daily understands the culprits are local men.One eye-witness said the thieves showed no regard for the safety of shoppers or pedestrians.“They really could have injured or killed someone the way they were driving.“They just didn’t care. It was lucky there was no children in the area or there could have been mayhem,” said the man. WOMAN CHEATS SERIOUS INJURY DURING CAR ROBBERY AT GARAGE was last modified: August 18th, 2013 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:car thiefGeorgie Sweeneyletterkennyramming