Downtown Burlington’s cooperative grocery store, announces three new members to its Board of Directors: Ann Ramsay, Susan Munkres, and Wayne Warnken. The new Board of Directors will begin their three-year terms on January 1.Ramsay, a nurse and acupuncturist, has been a Co-op member for the past three years and was also a member many years ago when the Co-op was located on Archibald Street. Ramsay is also an adjunct faculty member in the Department of Nursing at the University of Vermont where she teaches several courses in Chinese Medicine.Munkres has been involved in organic gardening, CSA’s, farmers’ markets, and co-ops for over 20 years, but most recently lived in the deep South where alternatives to the conventional food system were few and far between. She also teaches about food systems to high school and college students.Warnken, a family physician at the Community Health Center, has lived in Burlington for the past four years. As a physician at the Health Center, he says he sees the impact that nutrition has on our community every day and is looking forward to using those experiences to help continue City Market’s mission.Three Board of Directors, Garry Schaedel, David Booth and Kiernan Flynn, are stepping down on December 31. Both Schaedel and Booth served two full terms on the Board and both were President at different times. “They helped navigate the Co-op through rocky waters early in their terms,” said General Manager Clem Nilan. “It is a fitting tribute that they leave Onion River Co-op in a much better place than they found it.” Flynn served the Board for one year.About City Market, Onion River Co-opThe Onion River Co-op is a consumer cooperative, with over 3,200 members, selling wholesome food and other products while building a vibrant, empowered community and a healthier world, all in a sustainable manner. Recently awarded the 2008 Howard K. Bowers Fund Cooperative Excellence Award, City Market provides a large selection of local, natural and conventional foods, and thousands of Vermont-made products. Visit City Market, Onion River Co-op conveniently located in downtown Burlington, online at www.CityMarket.coop(link is external) or call 802-861-9700.
Chelsea and Arsenal fans will love the customised helmet which Cech had made for his debut on the ice. Petr Cech paid tribute to Arsenal and Chelsea during a dream ice hockey debut (Picture: Getty)Petr Cech made sure to pay tribute to former clubs Arsenal and Chelsea during a dream ice hockey debut for Guildford Phoenix this weekend.The Phoenix – reserve side of the British National League outfit Guilford Flames – announced Cech’s arrival last week and the 37-year-old received messages of support from the footballing world as he embarked on his new journey.Cech looked at home on the ice as Phoenix’s clash with Swindon Wildcats went to overtime on Sunday evening, with the sides tied at 2-2 after 60 minutes.Incredibly, the veteran Czech was Phoenix’s hero in a nail-biting penalty shootout, sealing the win for the home team with a crucial save at the death.AdvertisementAdvertisementADVERTISEMENTMore: FootballRio Ferdinand urges Ole Gunnar Solskjaer to drop Manchester United starChelsea defender Fikayo Tomori reveals why he made U-turn over transfer deadline day moveMikel Arteta rates Thomas Partey’s chances of making his Arsenal debut vs Man CityAfter being mobbed by his new team-mates in jubilant scenes at the Guildford Spectrum, Cech was named man of the match for his outstanding performance.You simply couldn’t write this stuff…A dream ice hockey debut for Petr Cech 🏒🙌He produced the crucial save in a nail-biting penalty shootout to secure the win for Guildford Phoenix pic.twitter.com/3OEHNfKjk7— Metro Sport (@Metro_Sport) October 13, 2019 Comment Advertisement Cech wore the crests of both London clubs on his helmet (Picture: Getty)Last week, Chelsea ensured supporters that Cech’s new ice hockey career would not affect his role as technical and performance advisor at Stamford Bridge.[Cech] will play as goalie for Guildford Phoenix, which is located close to where he lives,’ Chelsea explained on their website.‘When his Chelsea Football Club schedule allows, he is ready to help them in their league games.’ Cech was repping both Chelsea and Arsenal on the ice (Picture: Getty) Petr Cech pays tribute to Arsenal and Chelsea as he saves crucial penalty on ice hockey debut Metro Sport ReporterSunday 13 Oct 2019 8:20 pmShare this article via facebookShare this article via twitterShare this article via messengerShare this with Share this article via emailShare this article via flipboardCopy link1.4kShares Cech impressed after swapping the football pitch for the ice rink (Picture: Getty)On his move into ice hockey, Cech said: ‘I am delighted to have the opportunity to play with the Phoenix to get the match experience.‘I hope I can help this young team to achieve their goals for the season and try to win as many games as possible when I have the chance to play.‘After 20 years of professional football this is going to be a wonderful experience for me to play the game I loved to watch and play as a kid.’More: FootballBruno Fernandes responds to Man Utd bust-up rumours with Ole Gunnar SolskjaerNew Manchester United signing Facundo Pellistri responds to Edinson Cavani praiseArsenal flop Denis Suarez delivers verdict on Thomas Partey and Lucas Torreira movesPhoenix head coach Andy Hemmings added: ‘The signing of Petr is massive for the Phoenix.‘He is a great guy who trains hard and I cannot wait to see him make his debut.’MORE: Granit Xhaka and Stephan Lichtsteiner ridiculed over comedy free-kick routine Advertisement Still got it @chelseayouth @ChelseaFC @PetrCech pic.twitter.com/34NDRh0iJ4— bloooo (@bloooo26) October 13, 2019
Atlético de Madrid announced on Saturday the death of Christian Minchola (02/19/2006), 14 years old, Infantil C forward. Club sources confirmed that his death is not due to the coronavirus.Minchola he joined the club in 2013, at pre-baby age, and faced his sixth season as rojiblanco. Enrique Cerezo, president of the club, added his condolences: “We are shocked by the sad news of the death of our player and deeply regret his loss. Atlético de Madrid and the entire athletic family will be next to Christian’s family and friends in these moments of immense pain ”. For his part, Miguel Ángel Gil, CEO, assured on the club’s website: “The feeling of powerlessness generated in situations like this is horrible. In recent days, people very close to me have died, some due to coronaviruses and others due to other diseases, and the feeling of not being able to say goodbye to them as they deserve, just as, in the case of Christian, the feeling of injustice so great, they leave your heart broken. Christian was only 14 years old. From here a very strong kiss for all his family and for all those of the great athletic family who are suffering similar situations. From today our flag will fly at half-staff for Christian and for all the athletes who have died in recent weeks. ”Koke, captain of the first team and youth squad, also expressed his condolences: “Anger and pain at having to say goodbye to Christian Minchola. Life is very unfair. Proud that you have dressed this shirt. Much encouragement to colleagues, family and friends. Rest in peace”.For its part, Real Madrid, through its social networks, also showed its regret for the death of Minchola: “Real Madrid deeply regrets the death of the Atlético child player Christian Minchola. Our club wants to show its condolences to his club, his family and friends, and all the fans of Atlético de Madrid. “
The Irish Aviation Authority has warned Donegal people about the dangers of releasing Chinese-style lanterns into the sky tonight to mark the beginning of the New Year.Spokesman for the IAA Paddy Kennedy said the lanterns have become hugely popular in recent years.However Mr Kennedy says the lanterns pose a very real danger on two fronts – to aircraft and to the emergency services including the coastguard. “We certainly don’t want to be seen as party poopers but the release of these lanterns cause two very real dangers.“The first is that they can be ingested into the engines of aircraft and some contain metal parts. This could pose a very real danger for aircraft.“Also it has been the case on previous occasions that these lights can be mistaken for distress signals and lead to false alarms for emergency crews,” he said.Thousands of the lanterns will be released by people tonight. And with Donegal having its own airport at Carrickfin and being situated close to Derry Airport, there is a fear that lanterns could cause havoc.The lanterns, which are brought up into the air by the heat from small candles inside, can reach heights of up to 1,000 feet and travel for miles.However Mr Kennedy warned that unless people have sought permission to release the lanterns from the IAA, it is actual illegal to do so.“It is too late now for people to seek our permission to release these lanterns so we would ask them not to.“By law people should be contacting us and we will review each application. “We will look at each proposed release and determine if it is too close to an airport to cause a danger.“We would not consider any more than 50 lanterns in one release but in theory even the release of one lantern should be notified to ourselves.“We don’t want to spoil people’s New Year celebrations but we also want to ensure that the dangers posed by these lanterns is not realised,” he said.PEOPLE WARNED ABOUT RELEASING LANTERNS ACROSS DONEGAL was last modified: December 30th, 2011 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:Irish Airport AuthoritylanternsNew Year’s DayWarning