Facebook NewsCommunityFire Walk for Special OlympicsBy Staff Reporter – April 17, 2014 563 Twitter Fancy doing a world record Fire Walk to help Special Olympics Ireland?Sign up for the weekly Limerick Post newsletter Sign Up Over 600 people including rugby legend David Wallace will walk over hot coals to help people. You can be one of these people and break a world record too and all for a great cause!Special Olympics main fundraising event for the Limerick 2014 games is a World Record Fire Walking Challenge. There is an attempt at a World Record for the most individuals consecutively Fire Walking at a Single Venue and the record is currently held by a group in New Zealand and stands at 608 people. The event will take place on Friday, May 16 in the Kilmurry Lodge, Castletroy.Participants arrive at 7pm on the night of the Fire Walk and all participants take part in a Motivational Seminar. After the seminar is completed, participants are led out to the Fire Lanes with Percussion Drums adding to the atmosphere. After the Fire Walk there will be free entry to the ‘after-party’. Entertainment on the night will include a well-known Limerick band and performances from fire breathers, dancers and drummers as well as free entry to the band and nightclub for all participants.Spectators can also attend and watch you walk the Fire Lane as well as taking part in the rest of the night.Fundraise online at http://bit.ly/1h0j1qV or contact Frank by mobile at 085 862 6403 or by email at [email protected] Email WhatsApp Linkedin Advertisement Print Previous article50 choral years of celebrationNext articleShinnors’ List Staff Reporterhttp://www.limerickpost.ie
The NCUA’s new Culture, Diversity, and Inclusion Council – which was announced at the agency’s first Diversity, Equity and Inclusion (DEI) Summit in November – officially launched last week. The council’s first task is to conduct an agency-wide survey to examine its current organizational culture and identify improvement areas.“For the NCUA to effectively carry out its mission, every staff member should be respected, and diversity and inclusion should be truly fostered,” said NCUA Chairman Rodney Hood during the council’s kick-off event Friday. “All of NCUA’s employees should come to work knowing that all of us, directly or indirectly, can improve the lives of hard-working credit union members in ways both big and small. I know this is a mission that makes me excited to come to work every day because we are responsible for protecting the safety and soundness of America’s credit union system.”Also in his remarks, Hood outlined his expectations for the council and the agency as a whole as they work to ensure a welcoming environment and inclusive culture.Credit unions continue to lead the charge as the NCUA and lawmakers work toward greater diversity in the financial services industry and NAFCU consistently works to ensure credit union can meet the needs of all members in their communities, supporting the NCUA’s efforts to modernize field of membership rules. continue reading » ShareShareSharePrintMailGooglePinterestDiggRedditStumbleuponDeliciousBufferTumblr NCUA headquarters
Rivers United Secretary, Abdulrahman visited Gambo at BMH on Monday, accompanied by the club’s Co-ordinator, Bashiru Badawi and three of the Rivers United players, Wilson Andoh, Sunday Rotimi and club captain, Festus Austin.The Pillars burly forward had clashed in mid-air with United’s Ghanaian striker, Andoh on the 8th minute of the contest decided at the Yakubu Gowon Stadium and was promptly taken to the BMH after preliminary treatment by the two Rivers United doctors. Gambo was back to his feet by Monday evening.The Pillars captain was eventually discharged yesterday morning and was accompanied to the Port Harcourt International Airport, Omagwa by the club’s Team Manager, Salisu Yaro and team doctor as they made their way back to Kano.Abdulrahman said that Gambo had fully recovered and was full of gratitude for all who contributed to his rapid recovery.“I personally drove Gambo to the Port Harcourt airport on Tuesday alongside two other officials of Kano Pillars.“Their flight to Abuja from Port Harcourt was for 9am but we were at the airport before 7am.“I just received a call from the Pillars’ Team Manager, Yaro informing me that they had arrived Kano,” he said.Share this:FacebookRedditTwitterPrintPinterestEmailWhatsAppSkypeLinkedInTumblrPocketTelegram Kano Pillars forward, Gambo Mohammed who was hospitalised following an aerial collision with Wilson Andoh during the Match-day 12 clash with Rivers United has been discharged from hospital and returned to Kano Tuesday morning.While in hospital, Gambo was visited by some players of Rivers United at the Braithwaite Memorial Hospital (BMH) in Port Harcourt.Gambo was taken to the hospital after suffering a rupture of the tympanic membrane in the Nigeria Professional Football League (NPFL) clash against Rivers United.