SHARE Facebook Twitter SHARE Ceres Solutions Announces 2018 Scholars The employees of Ceres Solutions Cooperative have awarded 10 recipients of the cooperatives Scholarship Award to High School Seniors. Selection criteria emphasizes involvement in agricultural youth groups such as 4-H and FFA. Students must be children or grandchildren of current cooperative members or employees of the cooperative to apply for the high school scholarships. It is estimated that the co-op and its predecessor co-ops have invested more than $175,000 in scholarships in local students.The 2018 Ceres Solutions Scholarship recipients are:William Carey of Vincennes, IN – William is the son of Anthony and Nicole Carey and plans to attend Vincennes University and pursue an Agribusiness degree.Hattie Duncan of Wingate, IN- Hattie is the daughter of David and Jill Duncan and plans to pursue an Animal Science degree at the University of Illinois this fall.Connor Hanaway of Peru, IN- Connor is the son of Michael and Tricia Hanaway and will attend Purdue University as an Ag Business major.Clay Kretzmeier of Fowler, IN- Clay is the son of John and Kristi Kretzmeier and seeks to study Ag Sales and Marketing at Illinois Central College this fall.Olivia Mangan of Fremont, MI- Olivia is the daughter of Amy Smith and will attend Michigan State University to study plant and soil science.Mackenzi Milner of Rockville, IN- Mackenzi is the daughter of Randy and Tamera Milner and will be attending Purdue University this fall.John Schuler of Roann, IN- John is the son of Mike and Andrea Schuler and will study Agricultural Engineering at Purdue University this fall.Ellie Sennett of Waynetown, IN- Ellie is the daughter of Lance and Margaret Sennett and will attend Lake Land College and pursue an agriculture degree.Victoria Templin of Converse, IN- Victoria is the daughter of Tim and Teresa Templin and plans to attend Butler University to study pre-med.Emma Willis of Sullivan, IN- Emma is the daughter of Pete and Reetta Willis and will head to Purdue University in the fall to study veterinary medicine.“We are pleased to support these rising future leaders of our industry through this scholarship program,” says Jeff Troike, CEO of Ceres Solutions. “As a Cooperative, it is one of our core commitments to give back to each local communities in which we serve. It is important for us to continue to invest in local youth.” By Hoosier Ag Today – May 22, 2018 Home Indiana Agriculture News Ceres Solutions Announces 2018 Scholars Facebook Twitter Previous articleRyan Martin’s Indiana Ag Forecast for May 23, 2018Next articleTentative Next Steps for House Farm Bill Hoosier Ag Today read more
Previous articleBlood donors from across the Mid West receive awardsNext articleThe last hours of My Real Life Staff Reporterhttp://www.limerickpost.ie Print Advertisement Facebook Twitter Email Linkedin Southern DCCN groupThe Alzheimer Society of Ireland (ASI) has launched the regional group of its carer advocacy network, the Dementia Carers Campaign Network (DCCN), in Munster with the first meeting taking place in Limerick city.The DCCN, which was set up in 2013, is a national campaigning group and is made up of people who have experience of caring for a loved one with dementia.It aims to be a voice of and for dementia carers in Ireland and to raise awareness of issues affecting families living with dementia. The group is supported and facilitated by the ASI.Sign up for the weekly Limerick Post newsletter Sign Up Ann TwomeyThe first meeting of the Southern DCCN took place at the Clayton Hotel in Limerick city on Friday, March 23rd and was attended by current and new members of the DCCN. This group is open to anyone who is interested in advocacy and has experience caring for a friend or family member with dementia.Since the DCCN’s inception, members of the network have been involved in monitoring the implementation of Ireland’s first National Dementia Strategy (NDS); taken part in awareness-raising activities, including national and local media work; contributed to research programmes; and spoken at conferences and events across Ireland.There are 500,000 people across Ireland whose families have been affected by dementia. In order to adequately reflect the experiences of dementia carers in Munster, the ASI has established the Southern DCCN which will focus on highlighting the issues affecting dementia carers in the region.For more information on the DCCN, please contact [email protected] total, an estimated 14,000 people in Munster have dementia.“Since working with the Dementia Carers Campaign Network (DCCN) I have used my own experiences as a carer for my late husband to the benefit of other carers – by raising awareness of issues facing families caring for a loved one with dementia and by lobbying for policy change. Being a part of the Dementia Carers Campaign Network gives you a voice that may otherwise have gone unheard.” DCCN committee member from Cork, Ann Twomey concluded.More local news here. NewsLocal NewsFirst meeting of Dementia Carers Campaign Network to take place in LimerickBy Staff Reporter – March 26, 2018 1625 WhatsApp read more
A funeral mass was offered Sept. 29 at Our Lady of Libera Church for William J. Mailley, Jr. of North Bergen passed away Sept. 24. He was a letter carrier for the Hoboken Post Office. He was the husband of the late Bernice A.; father of Billy Mailley and his wife Suzanne and Deneen Kenny and her husband Martin; brother of Jean Marie Rodriguez, Diane Barrett and the late Margaret Muntzner, George Mailley and Frank Stapotsky; and grandfather of Melissa, Amanda, William and Mikayla.Services arranged by the Vainieri Funeral Home, North Bergen.