Investrust Bank Plc (INVEST.zm) listed on the Lusaka Securities Exchange under the Banking sector has released it’s 2015 interim results for the half year.For more information about Investrust Bank Plc (INVEST.zm) reports, abridged reports, interim earnings results and earnings presentations, visit the Investrust Bank Plc (INVEST.zm) company page on AfricanFinancials.Document: Investrust Bank Plc (INVEST.zm) 2015 interim results for the half year.Company ProfileInvestrust Bank Plc is a wholly-owned commercial and retail financial services institution in Zambia, providing products and services in two segments: retail and operations, and wholesale banking. Investrust Bank offers a wide range of transactional accounts, aswell as solutions for wealth building, sole proprietor accounts, club society accounts and farmer accounts. The company offers short- to medium-term finance for project and working capital requirements, contractual and project security through guarantees, bid and performance bonds, and advance payment bonds. Its lease financing division is focused on movable and immovable assets in agriculture, tourism, information technology, transport and mining. Other financial service offerings range from discounting of bills of exchange, invoice discounting and shipment financing to buying and selling government securities, commercial papers trading, and treasury call accounts. Investrust Bank has a national network with 27 branches and 3 agencies located in the major towns and cities of Zambia. Investrust Bank Plc is listed on the Lusaka Securities Exchange
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Dr. Jane Shaw, dean of Grace Cathedral in San Francisco, has been named dean for religious life at Stanford University, Provost John Etchemendy announced today. Shaw will also be joining the faculty in Stanford’s Department of Religious Studies.Shaw, a historian and theologian who is at present also a visiting scholar at Stanford’s Center for Advanced Study in the Behavioral Sciences, has served as dean of the Episcopal Grace Cathedral since 2010. She previously taught at the University of Oxford.Shaw, 51, will succeed the Rev. William “Scotty” McLennan Jr., who is stepping down after 14 years. She will assume her position as Stanford’s spiritual leader this fall.At Stanford, Shaw will provide spiritual, religious and ethical leadership to the university community, serve as minister of Memorial Church and also teach undergraduates and graduate students as a professor of religious studies.“We are lucky to have found in Jane Shaw both a charismatic leader and an accomplished academic to lead our Office for Religious Life,” said Etchemendy. “Dean Shaw is equally committed to the educational mission of the university and the ecumenical mission of Memorial Church.”“I am delighted to be joining Stanford as dean for religious life,” Shaw said. “The opportunity to serve at this extraordinary university is a great privilege. It will be my pleasure to work with so many wonderful colleagues and students to relate religious and ethical questions to the cutting-edge work being done at Stanford University, and to provide spiritual leadership for this exceptional academic community. I am also thrilled to be joining the excellent Religious Studies Department as a professor.”At Grace Cathedral, Shaw has been responsible for overseeing its mission, vision and spiritual life, and has provided leadership to the extended community of an iconic house of prayer known locally, nationally and internationally. The inclusive Grace Cathedral congregation is known for welcoming pilgrims, seekers and believers; embracing innovation; fostering open-minded conversation; and putting beliefs into action.During her time as dean of Grace Cathedral, Shaw has overseen growth in all areas of the cathedral community’s life, not least in its artistic, cultural and educational events, which have tripled over the past four years. She founded a resident artist program, and also developed educational programming that related questions of values and ethics to the issues of the day, such as the environment and technology.“Jane Shaw will bring her vision, broad experience and deep commitment to service to the Office for Religious Life,” said William Damon, a professor in the Graduate School of Education at Stanford and co-chair of the search committee for the position. “The Stanford community will be enhanced by her spiritual leadership.”Shaw joined Grace Cathedral from the University of Oxford, where she taught history and theology for 16 years and was Dean of Divinity and Fellow of New College. A historian of modern religion, she is the author ofMiracles in Enlightenment England (Yale, 2006); Octavia, Daughter of God: The Story of a Female Messiah and Her Followers (Yale, 2011), which won the San Francisco Book Festival History Prize; and A Practical Christianity: Meditations for the Season of Lent (Morehouse, 2012).Shaw has given several lectures at Stanford on topics including the role of the modern cathedral and reasons behind the 20th-century flight from institutional religion. In 2009, Shaw delivered the Palm Sunday sermon in Memorial Church. While at Stanford this spring, on a short sabbatical leave from Grace Cathedral, she has been researching the moral imagination, a project she is working on with actress, playwright and Grace Cathedral trustee Anna Deavere Smith. Shaw is also working on a book on spirituality and mysticism in the early 20th century.Shaw was educated as an undergraduate at Oxford; she holds an MDiv from Harvard and a PhD in history from the University of California, Berkeley. She has been awarded honorary doctorates by Colgate University and Episcopal Divinity School. 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Noel earns award ECISD Languages Other Than English (LOTE) Coordinator.Texas State Junior Classical League. Twitter “In here (his class), it’s the academic language. It’s the language of scholarship and learning. You think about those word roots and what they give us in English. That’s how it makes you better on the English STAAR test and SAT test. Every time they’re translating a sentence, it’s problem solving; it’s logic. They have to take the words apart. It’s like a riddle. It trains your mind to be a better problem solver. That’s a skill,” Gilley said.He noted that a lot of the country’s legal ideology comes from Roman law and Western philosophy started in Rome and Greece. Monuments in Washington, D.C., also were designed in the Roman style, he said.Unfortunately, the numbers in his class have dwindled. He has 25 students in Latin I, 40 in Latin II and about eight in Latin III.Languages Other Than English Coordinator Jessie Garcia said the district doesn’t have many Latin teachers. Gilley teaches other courses at times and Janette Miller is retired and teaches Latin part time at Odessa High School.“They’re both going above and beyond,” Garcia said.She said she thinks the numbers keep getting smaller because Spanish is offered in middle school and there are a lot of Spanish teachers. By the time students are out of middle school, they may have fulfilled their foreign language requirement and won’t consider Latin.There are also other options such as French, German and American Sign Language, Garcia said.Seventeen-year-old junior Justin Bronaugh, 16-year-old sophomore Kade Foster and 17-year-old junior Marcella Hensley have their own motivations for taking Latin.Bronaugh is in his third year of taking Latin.“I’ve always been really interested in mythology. I had also wanted to be a doctor. My parents told me that in medicine Latin is good, so I just decided to take this. I recently took the SAT and words that I normally would have had to use a dictionary to look up, I didn’t have to and then I feel like my vocabulary has been immensely raised just through this class,” Bronaugh said.Foster is in his second year of Latin.“Latin wasn’t my first choice,” he said. “I wanted to take computer science, but you needed a requirement for that that I didn’t have yet.”Looking through the foreign language offerings, Foster said Latin struck him as potentially interesting. It was and he plans to take Latin III.Hensley noted that there is a Latin Club of which she is the historian and Bronaugh is president. They develop fundraisers for the club and try to get the language noticed.Hensley said she was originally enrolled in French, but was having a hard time with it. One of her teachers thought it would be better for her to take Latin to help her catch on to other languages.She’s glad she did.“I plan to become a creative writer or an actress when I grow up. I figure if I learn Latin, I can learn bigger words and expand my vocabulary a little bit,” Hensley said. She added that she hopes to take Latin in college and a Greek class if it’s available.Gilley said there are competitions and one is coming up through the Texas State Junior Classical League next month in Dallas.More Information Permian High School latin teacher Tim Gilley holds class Thursday, March 22, 2018. Twitter Pinterest Smoked Bacon Wrapped French Vidalia OnionHawaiian Roll Ham SlidersUpside Down Blueberry Pie CheesecakePowered By 10 Sec Mama’s Deviled Eggs NextStay OCA top 2 were ESL students Facebook 17-year-old Justin Bronaugh smiles during class. Permian High School latin teacher Tim Gilley holds class Thursday, March 22, 2018. 1 of 3 WhatsApp WhatsApp Permian High School Latin teacher Tim Gilley instructs his class Thursday. Gilley said studies have been conducted that show Latin students do better statistically than those who take Spanish, French or German. Permian High School teacher Tim Gilley loves Latin and wants everyone to know its benefits.Gilley, who is in his 23rd year of teaching at PHS and in the language, said he changed majors several times at Texas Tech University, but always took a Latin class winding up with it as his major and anthropology as a minor.“People sometimes ask why Latin? It’s a dead language. It’s a tremendous help to your vocabulary. That’s the main thing. Sixty, 70 percent of English words come from Latin roots, so every time we learn a Latin word we learn five or 10 English words that come from it, so it makes you a better writer, better at vocabulary. … We don’t just do the language, we do the history and culture. We have a lot of fun,” Gilley said.On standardized tests, Gilley said studies have been conducted that show Latin students do better statistically than those who take Spanish, French or German. He added that the other languages are great, too, but with ones that are spoken students don’t think as much about the roots of the words. Local NewsEducation Teacher spotlights the joys of language Pinterest By admin – March 26, 2018 Previous articleECTOR COUNTY FELONY DISPOSITIONS March 26, 2018Next articleFive things you need to know today, March 26 admin RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR Registration set for engineering camp Home Local News Education Teacher spotlights the joys of language Facebook Permian High School Latin teacher Tim Gilley instructs his class Thursday. Gilley said studies have been conducted that show Latin students do better statistically than those who take Spanish, French or German.
Google+ Pinterest Pinterest DL Debate – 24/05/21 WhatsApp News, Sport and Obituaries on Monday May 24th WhatsApp Facebook By News Highland – October 12, 2020 Important message for people attending LUH’s INR clinic Facebook There are calls for a Covid-19 testing centre to be located in Inishowen as a matter of urgency.Cllr Albert Doherty, the Cathaoirleach of the Inishowen Municipal District, says there is particular concern in at the increase in the number of cases reported on the peninsula .Last week, 59 cases were reported in North Inishowen ; two weeks earlier, the figure was less than five. 54 cases were reported in South Inishowen, two weeks earlier, the figure was 13.Cllr Albert Doherty says travelling to Letterkenny for testing can be a three hour round trip for some people in North Inishowen, and that’s an unacceptable and unfair situation………….Audio Playerhttps://www.highlandradio.com/wp-content/uploads/2020/10/albdoc1pm.mp300:0000:0000:00Use Up/Down Arrow keys to increase or decrease volume. RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR Twitter Google+ Covid-19 test centre needed in Inishowen – Doherty Twitter AudioHomepage BannerNews Previous article15 Covid-19 patients at LUH, three in ICUNext articleDonegal born nurse is new INMO president News Highland Arranmore progress and potential flagged as population grows Loganair’s new Derry – Liverpool air service takes off from CODA Nine til Noon Show – Listen back to Monday’s Programme
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View post tag: Image of the Day View post tag: formation Ships from various countries are underway in formation during Sea Breeze 2014. Authorities View post tag: 2014 View post tag: Naval View post tag: europe Image of the Day: Sea Breeze 2014 Formation View post tag: Navy September 12, 2014 Sea Breeze is a multinational maritime exercise with naval forces participants from Ukraine, Georgia, Romania, Turkey, Latvia, and the U.S., as well as ships from Standing NATO Maritime Group Two, Task Unit 02, conducting evolutions aimed at improving maritime security.[mappress]Naval Today Staff, September 12, 2014; Image: U.S. Navy Photo by Mass Communication Specialist 2nd Class John Herman View post tag: SEA BREEZE View post tag: News by topic Back to overview,Home naval-today Image of the Day: Sea Breeze 2014 Formation Share this article
Community leaders including Downtown Merchants Association co-President Skip Tolomeo, Ocean City Business Administrator Mike Dattilo, Councilman Keith Hartzell, Mayor Jay Gillian, Chatterbox owners Bob and Marie Boyer and Chamber of Commerce Executive Director Michele Gillian help cut the ribbon to mark the reopening of the Chatterbox Restaurant at Ninth Street and Central Avenue in Ocean City.While crowds have already found the Chatterbox Restaurant in the past few weeks, the new owners and Chamber of Commerce officials marked the occasion of the iconic restaurant’s reopening with a ribbon-cutting ceremony Friday.A line marks the level of floodwaters inside the Chatterbox Restaurant in Ocean City (NJ) during Superstorm Sandy.The building — with its Spanish Mission Revival style and its pink exterior — has been a landmark at Ninth Street and Central Avenue since the restaurant was first established by Jean Campbell in 1937. The Repici family had owned the Chatterbox since 1972 but sold the business to Bob and Marie Boyer earlier this year.The Boyers have renovated the restaurant, which saw extensive flooding during Superstorm Sandy, and they’ve brought in a new chef, Art VanDerPool, to create a new menu for breakfast, lunch and dinner. He added a creative flair to the traditional diner menu with signature dishes like the “Box Burger” — a burger stuffed with pulled pork, smothered in barbecue sauce and cheddar cheese, and topped with onion rings.They new owners also have brought in an extensive ice-cream menu. The Boyers owned and operated Tory’s Ice Cream Shop at 3308 Asbury Avenue until they sold it in 2005. The shop has since been torn down.The Chatterbox is open six days a week for breakfast, lunch and dinner (it will be closed only on Wednesdays for the next two weeks before opening every day).For more information, call 609-399-0113 or visit chatterboxrestaurant.com.The renovated Chatterbox is open for breakfast, lunch and dinner.
Are you an uninsured or underinsured male age 45 or over with a family history of prostate cancer or of African American ethnicity? Or, are you age 50 with an average risk for prostate cancer? If so, you’re invited to receive a free prostate cancer screening at Shore Cancer Center on Tuesday, June 26 between 3 and 7 pm. Urologic surgeon Dr. Meredith Perry will conduct the screenings, which involves a digital rectal exam and a prostate-specific antigen (PSA) blood test. Prostate cancer is the most common cancer in men, but it is also treatable when discovered in its early stages.To schedule your free appointment, please contact Cancer Community Outreach Manager Angela Bailey at 609-653-3992.About Shore Medical CenterAt Shore Medical Center, located in Somers Point, NJ, kindness complements an extraordinary level of clinical sophistication. People are the foundation of this modern medical center where advanced technology harmonizes with compassionate care. Shore Medical Center attracts the area’s best physicians, nurses and clinicians, and is the first and only hospital in New Jersey and one of 86 healthcare organizations worldwide to earn Designation as a Planetree Patient-Centered Care Hospital®. Recognized for its dedication to patient safety, Shore has received eight consecutive “A” grades in The Leapfrog Group’s Hospital Safety Score since Fall 2014. Shore Medical Center is home to six Centers of Excellence for Cancer, Cardiovascular, Neurosciences, Spine and Orthopedic, Emergency and Maternity and Pediatric care. Shore’s affiliations include Penn Medicine, Onsite Neonatal Partners, St. Christopher’s Hospital for Children, Mayo Medical Laboratories, and Advanced Radiology Solutions. In addition, Shore is a member of the Jefferson Neuroscience Network and has physicians on staff from the Rothman Institute. In 2011, Shore opened its Pediatric Care Center, the first of its kind in New Jersey, and its state-of-the-art Surgical Pavilion and Campus Expansion. The Shore Medical Center Planned Giving & Development team, which includes the Auxiliary, creates and implements dynamic philanthropic programs that support the mission of Shore Medical Center (www.GivetoShore.org). For more information about Shore Medical Center, visit www.ShoreMedicalCenter.org. Shore Medical Center