Emergency services at scene of crash in Letterkenny

first_img Arranmore progress and potential flagged as population grows Publicans in Republic watching closely as North reopens further WhatsApp Twitter Google+ Homepage BannerNews Google+ By News Highland – December 1, 2020 RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR Facebook Facebook Community Enhancement Programme open for applications center_img Twitter WhatsApp Pinterest Important message for people attending LUH’s INR clinic Previous article16 additional cases of Covid-19 reported in DonegalNext articleFinn Harps Academy appoints new head coaches News Highland Emergency services at scene of crash in Letterkenny Loganair’s new Derry – Liverpool air service takes off from CODA Emergency services are currently at the scene of a crash in the Ballyraine area of Letterkenny.The collision is believed to have occurred earlier this evening.No further details are currently known. Nine til Noon Show – Listen back to Monday’s Programme Pinterestlast_img read more

Siasia Invites 30 as Dream Team Regroup

first_imgTHE INVITED PLAYERS1. Emmanuel Daniel (Enugu Rangers)2. Yusuf Mohammed (Kano Pillars)3. Daniel Emmanson (Akwa United)4. Omasteye Alex (First Bank)5. Sincere Seth (Rhapsody FC)6. Oduduwa Segun (Nath FC)7. Obanor Erhun (MFM FC)8. Ahamefule Chizoba (Abia Warriors)9. Ndifreke Effiong (Abia Warriors)10. Chima Akas (Enyimba FC)11. Timothy Danladi (Katsina United)12. Stanley Okorom (MFM FC)13. Harrison Ibukun (Akwa United)14. Ubong Ekpai (Akwa United)15. David Itoho (Nath FC)16. Kabiru Moshood (Ikorodu United)17. Bright Onyedikachi (FC IfeanyiUbah)18. Ifeanyi Mathew (Kano Pillars)19. Tiongoli Tonbara (Bayelsa United)20. Olisah Ndah (Rivers FC)21. Julius Emiloju (MFM FC)22. Joseph Osadiaye (Enyimba FC)23. Daniel Etor (Enyimba FC)24. Austine Dimgba (Sunshine Stars)25. Ezekiel Mbah (Kano Pillars)26. Abdulrahman Taiwo (Kwara United)27. Godwin Obaje (Wikki Tourists)28. Kufre Ebong (Akwa United)29. Uchenna Agha (Freestans FC)30. Godwin Aguda (Rangers FC)Share this:FacebookRedditTwitterPrintPinterestEmailWhatsAppSkypeLinkedInTumblrPocketTelegram Head Coach of the U-23 national team, Dream Team VI, Samson Siasia, has invited 30 players to camp in preparation for the men’s football tournament of this year’s Olympic Games, taking place in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil.Coach Siasia said monday in Abuja that the list of invited players led by goalkeeper Emmanuel Daniel, also includes old reliables like defender Erhun Obanor, Stanley Dimgba, Kufre Ebong, Ndifreke Effiong, Ubong Ekpai and Daniel Etor.Invitation has also been extended to new players like Godwin Obaje, Julius Emiloju, Ifeanyi Mathew, Kabiru Moshood and Harrison Ibukun. The invited players are expected to arrive the Starview Hotel, Gwarinpa Estate, Abuja on Tuesday, 12th April, 2016, with their international passports, while training commences on Wednesday, 13th April.last_img read more

“Reach Out at the Well” Aims to Build Downtown Community from…

first_imgSumitted by Reach Out at the WellOver a dozen local organizations and community projects are banding together for “Reach Out at the Well,” a street outreach and volunteer recruitment fair.The free event will take place Friday, August 22, from noon to 2 p.m., at the Artesian Commons Park in downtown Olympia, 415 4th Ave E. All are welcome, and organizers promise free info, snacks, shade and smiles.“There’s a lot of talk these days about how to help downtown,” said Renata Rollins, event coordinator. “There’s also a lot of action, but it’s an unsung story. Reach Out is a chance to chat with folks doing the work, learn about available resources for coping with homelessness, illness, violence or job loss, and find out how you can make a difference in the community through street outreach work.”Participating organizations include Community Youth Services, POWER (Parents Organizing for Welfare and Economic Rights), SideWalk, Thurston County Food Bank, Partners in Prevention Education, Stonewall Youth, the Olympia Free Clinic and others. The Olympia Downtown Ambassadors will also be present.The public can expect to find resources and volunteer opportunities for housing and shelter, youth services, back to school information, free food options, free health services, low-income pet care and more. Some tables will give away snacks and sandwiches; others will offer free on-site counseling and advocacy. Organizers will also serve lemonade made with Artesian Well water.“It’s a real community showing, from grassroots downtown projects to established nonprofits like the Family Support Center, which is seeking volunteers for their brand new family shelter,” said Rollins, a former Downtown Ambassador. “What unites us is a desire to empower the community from the ground up. If nothing else, it’s the perfect excuse to enjoy a glass of lemonade with your family and get to know what’s out there.” Facebook0Tweet0Pin0last_img read more