READ MORE: The second-fastest qualifier, Sam Hornish Jr., picked Stall 18 behind the second stall opening on pit road. Third-fastest Kyle Busch picked Stall 10 behind the first pit stall opening on pit road. READ: Harvick’s late charge leads to 600 win READ: Latest news from Dover READ: Pit crew key as Hamlin claws back READ: Kenseth, Johnson hopes wrecked in 600 Coors Light Pole Award Winner Austin Dillon gets his pick of pit stalls ___________________________________________________________________________________________Comments are currently unavailable. We’re working on the development of a NASCAR fan forum – please stay tuned. Just like Denny Hamlin in the NASCAR Sprint Cup Series, Austin Dillon won his second consecutive Coors Light Pole Award in the NASCAR Nationwide Series, taking the top spot at Dover International Speedway.
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
Ghana’s first ever Minigolf League is set to tee off this Sunday at the Marvels Sports Club at Dzorwulu in Accra. The League, which is expected to span a period of four weeks will see participants from across the country compete for honors in two major categories. Explaining the modalities for the competition, a Press Release signed by President of the Federation, Mr. Talal Fattal, noted that, “just like what pertains in football, the Minigolf League will feature four main stages, comprising the Group, Quarter, Semi-final and Finals”. The Release further noted that Players will be divided into two distinct groups, namely, Singles and Doubles, made up of both men and women. Successful Players from both the Singles and Doubles categories who are able to advance through the various stages of the competition will then face off in the final tee off which will see the crowning of champions from both sides. At stake is a fully paid trip including free air ticket and accommodation for the overall winner to compete in the World Cup series which will take place in Europe this year. There will also be attractive prizes for the runners up in both the Singles and Doubles competitions. The final 24 Players will also be granted the honor of representing Ghana at the World Cup Minigolf series in July. In an interview with Mr. Talal Fattal, who sounded optimistic about the success of the League, he encouraged both patrons and the general public to give all their support to it “as we seek to grow this beautiful sports”. Mr. Fattal also stressed that membership of the Federation was still open. He noted that interested persons may register online at www.ghanaminigolf.com. This Sunday’s League follows a successful rehearsals and training session that organizers put together last December to afford both players and amateurs hands-on experience of the sport. The Ghana Minigolf Federation was launched in Accra under the auspices of the Ministry of Youth and Sports. The Federation is being run by a President and four-member Executive committee.