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  • St James keep pace in Zone A

    first_img Their budding rivalry never sparked as Green Pond never looked much like they were interested in the game and suffered their second defeat in four matches, to remain on four points, after winning one and drawing the other. However, for Whitmore, St James is on a roll and they are now eyeing zone leaders (on goal difference) Cornwall College, who they next meet on Saturday. “It’s a game-by-game situation with this team. As you can see these players are young, but while I think we are not playing very well, we still get the right result, and that, I believe that is a good thing,” he said. “Four matches played, with four victories. I can’t complain. Where we may end up is not clear, but I am sure the players are delighted with the results so far. We can only get better from here,” Whitmore told The Gleaner. None of the Zone E matches were played due to heavy rain and lightning, including the crucial match-up between champions STETHS and Lacovia. All the matches will be played today, beginning at 1 p.m. Today’s matches Black River vs Munro Lacovia vs STETHS Maggotty vs Newell Tacky High vs St Mary Tech Lennon vs Edwin Allen Claude McKay vs Knox (Home teams named first) SECOND DEFEAT WESTERN BUREAU: St James High School’s head coach, Theodore Whitmore, is delighted with his young team’s effort after watching them edge Green Pond 1-0 in yesterday’s Inter-Secondary Schools Sports Association (ISSA)/FLOW Zone A daCosta Cup football clash. Forward Tyreke Clarke scored the game’s only goal in the 68th minute to keep St James in the hunt for zone honours, with maximum 12 points from four matches. Meanwhile, in Zone K, Dinthill continued their free scoring ways, hammering four past McGrath to remain in front. At Green Pond, Clarke’s effort was a brilliant solo run from the right flank. He then cut inside and fired low and hard. Green Pond first-year goalkeeper was unlucky as he slipped and the ball slid under his body and into the goal.last_img read more

  • Jamaica Invitational promises showcase of stars

    first_imgOrganisers of the Jamaica International Invitational Meet are hoping to showcase the right blend of international and local stars, after yesterday confirming 11 of a possible 30 world-class athletes set to compete at this year’s 14th staging of the event set for the National Stadium. The meet, which originally took place on the first Saturday in May, has been shifted to May 20, this year, with the organisers noting that they did not wish to go head-to-head with the IAAF Diamond League meet in Doha, which locks up the first Saturday in the month. Meet director and athlete liaison, Donald Quarrie, was quick to confirm the event is important not just to Jamaica, but as an IAAF World Challenge meet at yesterday’s press launch, held at the Spanish Court Hotel in New Kingston. “It’s an IAAF World Challenge meet which takes priority over any other meet that’s being held here in Jamaica. We are confident that we will always have elite athletes competing here,” Quarrie told The Gleaner. As far as confirmations are concerned, he noted there are about 20 more athletes who are being sought for the event. “I have mentioned before, until the agreements and everything are complete, I do not mention an athlete’s name,” Quarrie maintained. Jamaican sprinting star Asafa Powell, Americans; Mike Rodgers and Lashawn Merrit, who will line up in the 200m against Canadian 200m Olympic silver medallist Andre De Grasse and Olympic mile relay silver medallist, Javon Francis and Nathan Allen are among the male athletes that have already been confirmed. On the female side; double Olympic champion Elaine Thompson, Rio Olympics 400m bronze medallist Shericka Jackson, Stephenie-Ann McPherson 400m – an Olympic relay silver medallist and Christania Williams as well as American 100m hurdles world record holder Kendra Harrison are all booked to compete. Quarrie also noted that the organisers are hoping to have more high school athletes competing this year. Jamaica Athletics Administrative Association (JAAA), Dr Warren Blake, who is also chairman of the organising committee, says this year’s staging could cost an estimated US$2 million ($256 million) to host this year’s event. “Our meet has hosted a galaxy of Olympic and World Championship stars, who have gone on to win World Championships and Olympic medals, and we have hosted quite a galaxy of stars in our 14 years on the circuit, and this year would be no different,” he reasoned. The meet’s main sponsors are Petrojam, the Social Development Commission (SDC), Wisynco, Airports Authority of Jamaica and the RJRGleaner Communications Group. Gary Allen, chief executive officer of the RJRGleaner Communications Group, said the organisation was happy to be again be involved with the meet. TOP ATHLETESlast_img read more

  • Alab Pilipinas, Saigon continue to bring the heat in quarterfinals duel

    first_imgIn Liverpool, Man United sees the pain and path to recovery MOST READ Saigon head coach Kyle Julius got directed to their locker room with as early as two minutes left before halftime as he got called with two technical fouls.Alab Pilipinas Jimmy Alapag admitted that it has been a heated season-long battle with the Vietnamese, who haven’t won to the Filipinos in their three games this season.FEATURED STORIESSPORTSGinebra beats Meralco again to capture PBA Governors’ Cup titleSPORTSAfter winning title, time for LA Tenorio to give back to Batangas folkSPORTSTim Cone, Ginebra set their sights on elusive All-Filipino crown“It’s been kind of chippy with Saigon the whole season and the ABL has this level of physicality,” said Alapag after they inched in to the semifinals after a 110-100 victory. “It’s the first game of the playoffs but I’ll watch the tape tonight.”The fourth quarter heard more than 10 fouls called, but Alab Pilipinas had more pressing concerns as it faced an uprising from the visiting team, who trimmed the Filipinos’ 22-point lead down to 108-98 with 1:20 left. Cabuyao City rising above the ashes through volunteerism View comments Sports Related Videospowered by AdSparcRead Next Judy Ann’s 1st project for 2020 is giving her a ‘stomachache’ Scarlett Johansson, Sterling K. Brown among SAG Awards presenters Lights inside SMX hall flicker as Duterte rants vs Ayala, Pangilinan anew Recto seeks to establish Taal rehab body to aid community, eruption victims Carpio hits red carpet treatment for China Coast Guard PLAY LIST 02:14Carpio hits red carpet treatment for China Coast Guard02:56NCRPO pledges to donate P3.5 million to victims of Taal eruption00:56Heavy rain brings some relief in Australia02:37Calm moments allow Taal folks some respite03:23Negosyo sa Tagaytay City, bagsak sa pag-aalboroto ng Bulkang Taal01:13Christian Standhardinger wins PBA Best Player award LATEST STORIES Don’t miss out on the latest news and information. Conor McGregor seeks to emerge from controversy in UFC comeback Jiro Manio arrested for stabbing man in Marikina Warriors shake off rough start and roll past Suns Alab Pilipinas. Photo from ASEAN Basketball LeagueIt was another hostile meeting as Alab Pilipinas and Saigon brought the fireworks in the just first game of their ASEAN Basketball League quarterfinals duel Sunday at Filoil Flying V Centre.Both sides shot the lights out and combined for 24 triples, and also didn’t hesitate to get rough, committing 41 fouls in a game that which saw players fall to the ground several times and one head coach get thrown out.ADVERTISEMENT Forward Renaldo Balkman said he doesn’t mind the physicality but he wants the game officials to have control once the action gets out of hand.“To be honest, we play hard and we want to give the fans a good show to watch,” said Balkman who finished with 17 points and 20 rebounds. “But the referees got to protect us, we are professionals out here, we give the crowd a good show so they just got to protect us so we can give a good show.”Lawrence Domingo, who’s known more for his hustle and tenacity, said the physicality with the Heat amped him up to play better but he knows the team who remains composed would end up as the victor.“Us and Saigon, we play physical together and it gets real intense between us but that’s when basketball becomes fun,” said Domingo who had a season-high 18 points while grabbing six boards. “It was much more physical today but we got to play through it and stay within ourselves and we’ll come out on top.”ADVERTISEMENT Nadine Lustre’s phone stolen in Brazillast_img read more

  • Motorcyclists in Paynesville Equipped to Help Protect Themselves against Ebola

    first_imgOn October 31, 2014, The Paynesville City Corporation in collaboration with Liberians Against Ebola, Inc. (LAE, Inc.) donated over five hundred (500) protective jackets (ponchos) and over one hundred (100) spray bottles filled with chlorine to motorcyclists (pem-pem drivers) within the City of Paynesville.It is reported that within the City of Paynesville pem-pem drivers, despite the lack of proper protective gear and disinfectant, risked their lives over recent months by transporting sick passengers to the Ebola Treatment Unit at ELWA Hospital. The donation of supplies, coupled with Ebola sensitization and training through the Paynesville City Corporation (PCC) Environmental Health Department, will help protect over 500 Motor-Cyclists from ELWA Junction (AB Tolbert Road), LBS Junction (Lover Street), GSA Junction, Duport Road Junction, Kpelleh Town, and Police Academy Road. The cyclists learned, among other things, about the proper concentration of chlorine and water for the spray bottles and they were encouraged to spray the hands of all passengers before allowing them to be transported on their bike.In a statement, the Mayor of Paynesville, Hon. C. Cyvette M. Gibson noted, “The pem-pem boys are very vulnerable; they lack the proper protective gear and unlike the taxi drivers, they have to make physical contact with their passengers.”  Mayor Gibson reported that H.E. President Ellen Johnson–Sirleaf recently stressed the need to protect the pem-pem boys from the Ebola Virus Disease while they provide services in the country and make their daily income. In response to the request to help these “lone riders,” LAE, Inc. gathered and shipped the needed supplies. This was accomplished with the support of individual donors, volunteers and entities, such as K2M Inc.Since being established in August 2014, LAE Inc. has worked diligently and urgently to raise awareness globally about the Ebola Virus Disease (EVD) as well as raise funds to purchase, transport and distribute medical and food supplies to medical facilities and communities in the City of Paynesville.Share this:Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)last_img read more

  • MYO Karate Club host inaugural grading

    first_imgThe Muslim Youth Organisation of Guyana (MYO) hosted their first ever Karate grading exercise on Saturday, and seven of the 27 registered members displayed their kata. Four gained their yellow belts, while two were promoted straight to orange and one youngster gained a purple upgrade.Since their formation in the 1960s, the Muslim Youth Organisation of Guyana have focused on youth development mainly in the form of sports. Cricket has, however, been the dominant sport, having mostly male teens and adult participants.The Organisation’s executives wanted to have a feature sport to capture a younger population along with female participation. In March this year, in collaboration withParticipants displaying their achievements following the grading examthe Guyana Karate Association, MYO embarked on a new challenge — a Shotokan (traditional) Karate Club.Housed at the organisation’s complex at Woolford Avenue in Thomas Lands, Georgetown, the Karate Club boasts a safe, comfortable and clean environment, is geared to teach discipline and respect for all, and caters for both males and females from as young as five (5) years old.Classes are held on Wednesdays and Fridays from 4pm to 5pm, and are taught by the President of the Guyana Karate Association herself, Sensei Nadia Rohoman, a third Dan black belt who has represented Guyana on both local and international levels in previous years.Executives of the Muslim Youth Organisation of Guyana urge more females to learn to defend themselves by partaking in the Karate Club. Registration forms can be uplifted from the venue or from any of the organisation’s executives. Specific persons of contact are Nadia (684-5411), Kadir (670-8207) and Ralph (625-4330).These persons can also be contacted via their Facebook page facebook.com/myoguyana or email myoguyana@gmail.comlast_img read more

  • Miner busted with ganja in pipe

    first_imgA 38-year-old miner of 111 Miles, Mahdia, Potaro River, Region Eight (Potaro-Siparuni) was busted with 227 grams of compressed marijuana. Police arrested the man after the illicit substance was found in a pipe he was carrying. The arrest was made at the Mahdia Arcade Market about 18:00h.Reports are that Police ranks observed the miner acting in a suspicious manner, so the lawmen approached him to conduct a search of his person. At the time, he was carrying a six-inch length of pipe.After the search on his person yielded no results, the pipe was searched during which a black plastic bag containing the illegal substance was found hidden within. The substance was taken out and weighed in his presence and amounted to 227g.The suspect is expected to be charged shortly. Only on Saturday evening, a man and his reputed wife were arrested following the discovery of a ganja field at Hotoquai Village, North West District, Region One (Barima-Waini).Based on reports received, the Police conducted a search on a plot of land owned by the couple during which at least 400 cannabis plants ranging from one foot to three feet in height were found.The plants were destroyed by the Police ranks.last_img read more

  • Burnley target labelled ‘unsellable’

    first_img Giampaolo Pazzini 1 Burnley will have to switch their attentions elsewhere after reports in Italy claimed AC Milan are not looking to sell Giampaolo Pazzini in the January transfer window.Sean Dyche has been strongly linked with a move for the Italy international who has a wealth of experience and played for some of the biggest clubs in Europe.The Burnley manager is looking to add more firepower to his squad in the New Year and was hoping the attraction of playing in the Premier League would give him the edge to sign Pazzini.The 30-year-old forward has struggled to command a regular first-team place this season, but despite his lack of action, Italian newspaper Gazzetta dello Sport is claiming that the talented forward is ‘unsellable’.Milan are believed to have turned down bids from Burnley and Parma and still feel Pazzini has a future with the club.last_img read more

  • Autism cases skyrocket as special-ed programs root out problems

    first_imgATLANTA – A few decades ago, people probably would have said kids like Ryan Massey and Eddie Scheuplein were just odd. Or difficult. Both boys are bright. But Ryan, 11, is hyper and prone to angry outbursts, sometimes trying to strangle another kid in his class who annoys him. Eddie, 7, has a strange habit of sticking his shirt in his mouth and sucking on it. Both were diagnosed with a form of autism. And it’s partly because of children like them that autism appears to be skyrocketing: In the latest estimate, as many as one in 150 children have some form of this disorder. Groups advocating more research money call autism “the fastest-growing developmental disability in the United States.” Indeed, doctors are concerned there are even more cases out there, unrecognized: The American Academy of Pediatrics last week stressed the importance of screening every kid – twice – for autism by age 2. AD Quality Auto 360p 720p 1080p Top articles1/5READ MOREStriving toward a more perfect me: Doug McIntyre But many experts believe these unsociable behaviors were just about as common 30 or 40 years ago. The recent explosion of cases appears to be mostly caused by a surge in special education services for autistic children, and by a corresponding shift in what doctors call autism. Autism has always been diagnosed by making judgments about a child’s behavior; there are no blood or biologic tests. For decades, the diagnosis was given only to kids with severe language and social impairments and unusual, repetitious behaviors. Many children with severe autism hit themselves or others, don’t speak and don’t make eye contact. Blake Dees, a 19-year-old from Suwanee, Ga., falls into that group. For the past eight years, he has been in a day program with intense services, but he still doesn’t talk, he’s not toilet-trained, and he has a history of trying to eat anything – even broken glass. But he’s not a typical case. In the 1990s, the autism umbrella expanded, and autism is now shorthand for a group of milder, related conditions, known as “autism spectrum disorders.” The spectrum includes Asperger’s syndrome and something called PDD-NOS (for Pervasive Developmental Disorder-Not Otherwise Specified). Some support groups report more than half of their families fall into these categories, but there is no commonly accepted scientific breakdown. Gradually, there have been changes in parents’ own perception of autism, the autism services schools provide, and the care that insurers pay for, experts say. Eddie, of Buford, Ga., was initially diagnosed with obsessive-compulsive disorder, attention deficit hyperactivity disorder and other conditions. But the services he got in school were not very helpful. His mother, Michelle, said a diagnosis of autism brought occupational therapy and other, better services. “I do have to admit I almost like the idea of having the autistic label, at least over the other labels, because there’s more help out there for you,” said Scheuplein. “The truth is there’s a powerful incentive for physicians and schools to classify children in a way that gets services,” said Dr. Edwin Trevathan of the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. Many with Asperger’s and PDD-NOS succeed in school and do not – at first glance – have much in common with children like Blake Dees. At a recent gathering of families with Asperger’s children in the Atlanta area, parents told almost comical stories about kids who frequently pick their noses, douse food in ketchup or wear the same shirt day after day. Such a frank, humorous exchange was once a rarity. Doctors for many years believed in the “refrigerator mom” theory, which held that autism was the result of being raised by a cold, unloving mother. The theory became discredited, but was difficult to dislodge from the popular conscience. Even in the early 1980s, some parents were more comfortable with a diagnosis of mental retardation than autism, said Trevathan, director of the CDC’s National Center on Birth Defects and Developmental Disabilities. Today, parents are more likely to cringe at a diagnosis of mental retardation, which is sometimes equated to a feeble-mindedness and may obscure a child’s potential. And increasingly, professionals frown at the term: The special education journal Mental Retardation this year changed its name to Intellectual & Developmental Disabilities. The editor said that “mentally retarded” is becoming passe and demeaning, much like the terms idiot, imbecile and moron – once used by doctors to describe varying degrees of mental retardation. In contrast, autism has become culturally acceptable – and a ticket to a larger range of school services and accommodations. In 1990, Congress added the word “autism” as a separate disability category to a federal law that guarantees special education services, and Education Department regulations have included a separate definition of autism since 1992. Before that, children with autism were counted under other disabling conditions, such as mental retardation, said Jim Bradshaw, an education department spokesman. The Social Security Administration also broadened its definition of disability to include spectrum disorders, like Asperger’s. Something else changed: The development of new stimulants and other medicines may have encouraged doctors to make diagnoses with the idea of treating them with these drugs. Perception of the size of the problem changed, too. Fourteen years ago, only 1 in 10,000 children were diagnosed with it. Prevalence estimates gradually rose to the current government estimate of one in 150. That increase has been mirrored in school districts. Gwinnett County Public Schools – Georgia’s largest school system – had eight classrooms for teaching autistic youngsters 13 years ago; today there are 180. Some researchers suggest that as autism spectrum diagnoses have gone up, diagnoses of mild mental retardation have fallen. U.S. Department of Education data show that the number of students with autism rose steadily, from about 42,500 in 1997 to nearly 225,000 in 2006. Meanwhile, the number of students counted as mentally retarded declined from about 603,000 to about 523,000. CDC scientists believe education numbers are misleading, because they reflect only how kids are categorized for services. They say there’s no clear evidence doctors are substituting one diagnosis for the other. Some parents believe environmental factors – ranging from a preservative in vaccines to contaminants in food or water – may be important contributors. (The last doses of early childhood vaccines containing the preservative thimerosal expired in 2002, although some children’s flu shots still contain it.) Dr. Gary Goldstein, scientific adviser to the national advocacy group Autism Speaks, said the explanation for the rising autism prevalence is probably complex. Labeling and diagnosing probably play a role, as do genetics, but he believes the increase surpasses those two explanations. “I’m seeing more children with autism than I ever would have expected to see,” said Goldstein, who is chief executive of the Kennedy Krieger Institute, a treatment center for pediatric developmental disabilities in Baltimore. Autism Speaks budgets more than $4 million each year to research the causes of autism, and about 90 percent of that has gone to genetics research. But organization officials recently have been talking about changing that mix, and spending as much as 50 percent of that money on potential environmental triggers, Goldstein said.160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set!last_img read more

  • Piers Morgan: If Wenger carries on, his Arsenal legacy will be destroyed!

    first_img 1 As much as journalist Morgan would like to see the Frenchman’s reign at the club come to an end, he believes they have missed the opportunity to replace him with a high-quality manager on a number of occasions.He continued: “I came on your show and said Jurgen Klopp would be brilliant for us – we can see how brilliant that guy is now at Liverpool. He will transform them.“[Pep] Guardiola – I was told on good authority – wanted to come to Arsenal with Thierry Henry as his number two but Wenger refused to move aside. So we’ve had great managers available, but we’ve decided no!”With the likes of Chelsea, Manchester United and Manchester City falling off the pace in their bid for the Premier League trophy this season, it appeared to be Arsenal’s year going into 2016. With Mesut Ozil racking up assists, Alexis Sanchez and Giroud firing, it looked like the Gunners could actually end their title exile.“This HAD to be our season and what happened? We got beat by Leicester and Tottenham.“I just don’t see how any self-respecting Arsenal fan can defend Wenger for any longer. Who’s going to make him go? He’s got no intention of leaving, he’s [pocketing] £8m-a-year to come third or fourth for 12 consecutive years, and to be kicked out of the Champions League last 16 stage now for six consecutive years.“Stan Kroenke, our billionaire owner, lives in Los Angeles where he’s formed an NFL franchise and he’s completely pre-occupied with that.  He has no record of winning things with other sports franchises – he’s quite happy for Arsenal to continue to fail and qualify for Champions League football. We are now trapped in this kind of Groundhog Day hell that has no end!“The only way it ends for me is if Wenger – a man I’ve always respected – looks in the mirror and says to himself ‘is what I’m doing now to the benefit of Arsenal Football Club or to the benefit of my wallet and to Arsene FC?’ – which is what I think Wenger for years has mistakenly thought this club is.“If he does that and falls on his sword, I will have great respect for him.“If he limps on for another season, [with] another contract, I think his legacy will be destroyed.” Arsene Wenger will destroy his legacy if he does not walk away from Arsenal this summer, according to Piers Morgan.The high-profile Gunners fan joined Drivetime to discuss another disappointing season for the north Londoners, amplified by the success stories of Leicester City and neighbours Tottenham.A poor run of form in 2016 has seen Arsenal falter in their bid to win their first Premier League title since 2004, while they were eliminated from the Champions League at the last 16 stage for the sixth successive season. And then they missed the chance to win the FA Cup for a third year in a row with defeat against Watford.Protests have taken place at the Emirates, with a growing amount of fans believing it is time for change.The victory over West Brom last week showed a sparse home crowd, possibly due to the scheduling of the game, but reportedly down to fans’ frustrations. And Sunday’s goalless draw at Sunderland – where they were fortunate to leave the Stadium of Light with a point – highlighted further problems throughout the team.Morgan told Drivetime: “I’ve had to deal with Arsenal fans telling me I’m an idiot, that Wenger’s a genius, that [Olivier] Giroud’s the best striker in the world and here we are – same old, same old!“Whether it’s Leicester or Tottenham who end up champions, where does that leave every excuse that Arsene Wenger’s given us for ten years at Arsenal, for why we have failed to win the Premier League and Champions League?“What about all those excuses – the stadium, the money, the fact Chelsea, United and these other teams have wealthy owners, ignoring the fact we have one, and so on?“Every excuse we have had for the last decade has now been blown apart because we have two teams [above us] who don’t have superstars, don’t have buckets of cash, don’t have fancy new stadiums. What they have is unbelievable team spirit, brilliant desire, great hunger and a will to win.“I haven’t seen that in Arsenal’s team now for the last decade.“Put aside everything else. Rebuilding for a decade – he’s now built for the future and it’s failed. So he HAS TO GO!”last_img read more

  • DONEGAL RETAILER NAMED AS NATIONAL AWARDS FINALIST

    first_imgMairtin KellyA DONEGAL retailer is celebrating being after being names as a finalist in Ireland’s Forecourt & Convenience Retailer Awards (IFCR) 2014.Mairtin Kelly from Kelly’s Centra at Mountain Top in Letterkenny will now battle it out at the 8th annual Ireland’s Forecourt & Convenience Retailer Awards to be held in Dublin.Set in the fabulous Ballsbridge Hotel on Friday September 12, and hosted by RTE’s Miriam O’Callaghan, the IFCR Awards will play host to the finest convenience retailers from across Ireland. With more than 400 individual award entries received from throughout Ireland, reaching the final of these awards signifies a major achievement for independent retailers, symbol groups and oil companies.The retail sector in Ireland employs more than 275,000 people – that’s almost 15 per cent of the total jobs in Ireland. The sector also accounts for more than 10 per cent of Ireland’s GDP – that’s €16 billion. This highlights why retail is such a crucial sector in our economy.Bill Penton, publisher, Ireland’s Forecourt & Convenience Retailer, was delighted with the calibre of entries: “Now in their eighth year, the IFCR Awards continue to grow. They are a fantastic example of how Ireland’s forecourt and convenience retailers continue to play a vital role in their communities and set industry standards higher each year. Continuous investment in new forecourts has resulted in much needed jobs and support for Irish suppliers, growers and manufacturers.”He added: “This unique event helps to raise industry standards in the forecourt and convenience retailing industry throughout Ireland by recognising excellence and rewarding professionalism in the retail sector.” Innovation, new ideas and new developments are an essential part of successful retailing in today’s ultra-competitive, fast-moving retail environment. Ireland’s Forecourt & Convenience Retailer Awards are the country’s only specialist awards for the forecourt industry and provide an essential showcase for our very best retailers. This year they are also helping to raise much needed funds for the Irish Grocers Benevolent Fund.This unique event helps to raise industry standards in the forecourt and convenience retailing industry throughout Ireland by recognising excellence and rewarding professionalism in the retail sector.Said Mairtin: “I want to pay tribute to our staff and customers. This is a tremendous achievement. We’re looking forward to the final.” DONEGAL RETAILER NAMED AS NATIONAL AWARDS FINALIST was last modified: August 21st, 2014 by John2Share this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pocket (Opens in new window)Click to share on Telegram (Opens in new window)Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window)Click to share on Skype (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new window)last_img read more