Categories: Letters to the Editor, Opinion15-LOVE celebrates the legacy and inspiration of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. and, of course, remembers those of Arthur Ashe, who personally involved himself in the program’s formative years. With those inspirational leaders in mind, two years ago, 15-LOVE proudly celebrated 25 years of service to thousands of children from our region’s cities, including broad participation by families of all ethnic and racial backgrounds. The sport of tennis is the vehicle we use to reach the children and their families, but striving to improve race and cultural relations remains one of our central missions. We are especially proud of the success stories and accomplishments of many 15-LOVE children of immigrant families of limited means from African countries, the Caribbean region, South America, Asian and Middle Eastern nations, among others, and, of course, the children from right here — the urban communities of Albany, Schenectady, Troy and Rensselaer. Some of those young people now serve on the board of directors of the 15-LOVE organization, and many have gone on to college and successful professional careers.More than 25 years later, we are still reminded of the challenges we face, seemingly every day. Some of it is extremely uncomfortable and disappointing. We ask, in celebrating Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.’s memory, that the entire community join together in rejection of anti-immigrant and openly racist rhetoric and public policy, and in recognition of the value of all our diverse communities that together TRULY make our country great.Daniel SleasmanAlbanyThe writer is a member of the Board of Directors of 15-LOVE and the letter has been signed by the board.More from The Daily Gazette:EDITORIAL: Beware of voter intimidationFeds: Albany man sentenced for role in romance scamEDITORIAL: Thruway tax unfair to working motoristsFoss: Should main downtown branch of the Schenectady County Public Library reopen?EDITORIAL: Find a way to get family members into nursing homes
Read also: ‘It’s real’: Gravediggers in Surabaya reportedly bury some 1,500 bodies during pandemicHe added that the team had taken swab tests from more than 500 students to assess the COVID-19 spread at the boarding school. It had also coordinated with the Banyuwangi administration to provide healthy food for the students.“They are generally in good condition, but we have also prepared rooms at the Banyuwangi General Hospital if one of the students suddenly experiences medical issues, such as breathing difficulty or other COVID-19 symptoms,” Kohar said.As of Tuesday evening, Banyuwangi has recorded 213 positive cases, in which 81 patients have recover and eight have passed away. (dpk)Topics : Ninety-three students of the Darussalam Blokagung Banyuwangi Islamic Boarding School in East Java have tested positive of COVID-19.East Java COVID-19 task force tracing team head Kohar Hari Santoso said the students were in a relatively good condition.“They are being treated by a joint team from the Health Ministry, the East Java Health Agency and the Banyuwangi Health Agency,” Kohar said as quoted by kompas.com on Wednesday evening.
Ray White chief auctioneer Philip Parker calling the auction of a Bulimba home. Picture: Liam KidstonBRISBANE’S auction market has had a sound start to the year, according to CoreLogic auction spokesperson Kevin Brogan.Data shows 112 properties are scheduled to go under the hammer in the capital city this week. More from newsMould, age, not enough to stop 17 bidders fighting for this home2 hours agoBuyers ‘crazy’ not to take govt freebies, says 28-yr-old investor8 hours agoIt’s a slight drop on last week’s total of 131 auctions, but Mr Brogan said the decline wasn’t significant.“Basically it’s a solid start to the year and a test of the market will be in March,” he said.Historically, a quiet January leads into a steep rise in volume in February.“We’ve certainly seen that increase as we come into the year and February, but looking back at previous years there’s been quite a sharp increase between January and February but then February has plateaued before it really takes off,” Mr Brogan said.Brisbane’s auction clearance rate last week was 53.1 per cent, much lower than the combined capital city final auction clearance rate of 73.2 per cent.
The suspect was detained in the lockupfacility of Police Station 1./PN BACOLOD City – For allegedly stealinggroceries at a supermarket, a man was arrested in Barangay 12. The suspect was identified as20-year-old Austin Kim Ramirez of Murcia, Negros Occidental, a police reportshowed. Ramirez was nabbed after securityguard Ritchel Jaena discovered he took groceries worth P756 without paying forit around 1:50 p.m. on Oct. 6, the report added.
Super Eagles forward, Kelechi Iheanacho, has reportedly been placed on a special drill by his club Leicester City in order to help him get back to fitness before the restart of the Premier league. Leicester city’s Kelechi Iheanacho Iheanacho returned from the coronavirus break looking overweight a few days ago and the club has now reportedly ordered to get back to shape before the restart of the Premier league. The former Manchester City is expected to undergo a special drill and could also train away from the rest of the squad in order to regain his sharpness.Advertisement Promoted ContentThe Absolute 10 Greatest Shows In HBO HistoryBest Car Manufacturers In The World10 Risky Jobs Some Women Do7 Ways To Understand Your Girlfriend Better6 Incredibly Strange Facts About HurricanesWho Is The Most Powerful Woman On Earth?This Guy Photoshopped Himself Into Celeb Pics And It’s HystericalWhich Country Is The Most Romantic In The World?5 Of The World’s Most Unique Theme Parks8 Ways Drones Are Going To Change Our Lives9 Facts You Should Know Before Getting A TattooCouples Who Celebrated Their Union In A Unique, Unforgettable Way Loading… “His routine is different. He clearly needs some extra sessions to get back to shape. The good thing is that he is putting in work to return to the best shape possible. All things being equal he should be fit and ready for the premier league restart.” The source from the club said. Iheanacho has scored eight goals for the Foxes this season before the league was suspended as the result of the coronavirus pandemic. read also:Leicester boss targeting FA Cup glory with Ndidi, Iheanacho Meanwhile, the English Premier is expected to return June 17 and all are expected to hold behind the closed doors. FacebookTwitterWhatsAppEmail分享
With 120 trailer loads of new material already added to the Las Vegas Motor Speedway Dirt Track, work on the racing surface will continue every day right up to the Nov. 9-12 IMCA Duel In The Desert.LAS VEGAS, Nev. – One hundred and twenty trailer loads of new material have already been added to the half-mile Dirt Track and Las Vegas Motor Speedway’s Tim Richter says drivers can look forward to a smooth racing surface at the Nov. 9-12 Duel In The Desert.“We added a little before our spring race. We wanted to see what it would do and it blended in fine with the existing stuff,” said Richter, the short track race operations manager at LVMS.“We’ll have the packing truck and sheeps foot on the track one day, then water it the next,” he continued. “We’re going to work on the track every single day leading up to the Duel to give drivers a smooth track.”Xtreme Motor Sports IMCA Modifieds race for $7,777 to win their Fast Shafts All-Star Invitational ballot qualifier on Saturday, Nov. 12. The runner-up earns $3,250, with $2,250 for third, $1,750 for fourth, $1,500 for fifth, $1,250 for sixth, $1,150 for seventh, $1,100 for eighth, $1,050 for ninth and $1,000 for 10th.A minimum of $777 will be paid to start the main event and to the winners of Thursday and Friday, Nov. 10 and 11 qualifying features.Saturday’s Karl Chevrolet Northern SportMod winner earns $1,777. Second place in the main event is good for $777. Thursday and Friday qualifiers both pay $500 to win.Drivers in both divisions can now register online for the 19th annual Duel.The link is www.lvms.com/tickets/duel_in_the_desert_registration/. The registration form and payment must be received by Nov. 1 to lock in early entry fees.More information is available by calling 702 632-8213 and at the www.lvms.com/dirt/racers website.Car count for last year’s Duel was 272, making it the second biggest event on the IMCA schedule last year. Only Super Nationals had more entries.
“The manager called us over and said for me and Alex (Pozuelo) to keep making runs in behind them. “That’s where the second goal came from. “But I don’t know what we are going to do for Monday. I’m not sure if we will have anyone fit. I think there is a chance Bony may be fit. “But, at the end of the day, whoever plays, we just need to keep playing and getting three points.” Shelvey’s long-distance strike against Newcastle was his second in three games, following his winner at Fulham. But the 21-year-old is more worried about performing well enough to convince Michael Laudrup to keep him in his Swansea team. “The main thing is to keep myself in the team. If the gaffer keeps picking me then it’s down to me to show him why I should be in the team. “I’d take any goal. It doesn’t matter if it’s a tap-in or a 40-yard strike. A goal is a goal and helps the team.” Jonjo Shelvey has called on Swansea to turn the Liberty Stadium into a fortress as they prepare to face Hull on Monday. Manchester City, Manchester United, Chelsea, Arsenal and Liverpool have all dropped points in their visits to south Wales during that time. And with another home fixture against Hull looming on the horizon, Shelvey feels it is time to again make the Liberty Stadium a place for opponents to fear. “We needed the three points against Newcastle, and we need to keep pushing up the league,” said the former Liverpool midfielder. “The more we turn this place into a fortress and get the points then it takes the pressure away when we go away to the bigger teams. “It’s never been difficult for me to play here. The fans have been first class for me. Every time I’ve played they have been superb and hopefully we can kick on at home starting on Monday.” Shelvey excelled when Swansea were forced to play without a recognised striker against the Magpies after Alvaro Vazquez joined Michu and Wilfried Bony on the sidelines. The England Under-21 cap struck up a good understanding with Alejandro Pozuelo and enjoyed the experience, but is hopeful at least one of Swansea’s injured trio will be available for Monday’s meeting. He said: “I was thinking when Alvaro went off, ‘Who is going to go up front?’ The Swans claimed just their second home win of the season against Newcastle on Wednesday, with Shelvey turning in a man-of-the-match performance. The result improved a run of just one home league win in 11 attempts since the beginning of March, which was in stark contrast to Swansea’s home form during their first two seasons in the Premier League. Press Association
The daughter of Rock Of Gibraltar had last been seen finishing fourth to Jack Naylor in the Silver Flash Stakes, with the reopposing Qualify in third. Qualify hit the front two out on this occasion as Run The Red Light gave way, and the once-raced joint-favourite Lucida immediately gave chase, but she was soon joined by Raydara (11-1), who quickened in eyecatching fashion on the outside of the pack before scoring by half a length. Raydara ran out a convincing winner of the Group Two Debutante Stakes at the Curragh for Mick Halford and Shane Foley in the familiar colours of the Aga Khan. Press Association Halford said: “I’m thrilled with her. When she won her maiden she made the running after finding herself in front, but I thought we made a little bit too much use of her the last day. We’re only learning about her. “She got a break to freshen her up after that. We took her away to the Curragh the other day and she worked very well. “Shane said she went up through the gears pretty good and he was delighted. She’s a very smart filly. Today was a big test and she came through it well. “I’ll talk to Pat (Downes, stud manager for the Aga Khan) now and he’ll discuss plans with his Highness. “The Moyglare is the obvious target, but she does love it fast and she might have had enough for this year. “She’s had her four runs and this is the time of the season that fillies can start to go off.” F oley added: “She’s very smart, I probably rode her too forward the last day. She came back good and fresh today, even when she got to the front she pricked her ears. “Two and a half down I was taking her back and when I let her go she quickened.” Willie McCreery’s 6-1 favourite Tylery Wonder bounced out and raced prominently all the way under Billy Lee in the Luke And Nellie Comer Memorial Handicap before collaring Local Flier late on to win by three-quarters of a length. Sabrina Harty completed an across-the-card double begun by Ansgar at Goodwood when Leigh Roche drove Kalann (16-1) clear in the Mongey Communications Handicap.
THE Ministry of Social Cohesion and the National Sports Commission today celebrated the 15 athletes who recently returned after representing Guyana at the second South American Youth Games, held in Santiago, Chile.Guyana was represented in track and field, boxing, badminton, table tennis and 3X3 basketball at the multi-sport event which was held from September 28 to October 10.It was Linden’s own track and field star, Deshanna Skeete, who created history after bringing home Guyana’s first gold medal at the games for her stellar performance in the Girls’ 400 metres.Skeete was greeted with loud applause as she entered the Boardroom of the Ministry of Social Cohesion on Main Street for a celebratory session hosted for the team.Social Cohesion Minister, Dr George Norton, who also bears responsibility for Sport, was overcome with emotion as he praised Skeete for her performance.He told the beaming athlete that it just may be her who brings home Guyana’s elusive Olympic Gold medal.Minister George Norton and Deshanna Skeete with her medal.The minister congratulated all of the athletes and assured them that the ministry will not leave them in the dark but will support them in every way it can, particularly in their academic pursuits.While some of the athletes were not able to make it to the celebratory session, those who did were presented with National Sports Commission medals which are usually awarded for the highest level of performance in sport.Those who were not present will have receive their medals at a later date. The coaches from the respective sporting disciplines were also presented with medals.The South America Youth Games gold medallist presented Minister Norton with a token on behalf of the team.Apart from Skeete’s gold medal, Guyana also secured three silver medals at the games, and they were also secured by track and field athletes.Kenisha Phillips won two silver medals in the Girls’ 100m and 200m and Jermaine King won a silver medal in the Boys’ 100m.