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first_imgSophomore Kaley Murday —  an older sister, babysitter and godmother — said when she first arrived to Notre Dame, she missed spending time with kids.Then she discovered College Mentors for Kids, a program that aims to show children in the South Bend community the everyday of college life and encourage them to pursue a college degree. Each Tuesday and Thursday, the organization brings first-through-sixth grade kids from St. Adalbert Catholic School to campus. On Wednesdays, the group busses in first-through-fourth graders from Holy Cross Elementary School.“Day-to-day for a mentor, you’re just hanging out with this kid and trying to get to know them,” Murday said. “Every week, we have an activity. We’ve done yoga, ultimate frisbee and we even made gingerbread houses for Christmas. We try to choose engaging activities that paint college in a bright light.”However, College Mentors for Kids is not just about showcasing the college experience. Murday said mentors hope to form connections with their kids and often have the same “buddy” from semester to semester.“I made it a point when making my schedule every semester to keep Thursday afternoons free because that’s when my buddy comes,” she said. “This is my third semester with her. She’s quieter, so she really didn’t open up to me until last semester, but now she tells me about the boys she likes and cute stuff like that.”Senior Danielle Koterbay, vice president of Tuesday programming for the club, has been a member since her sophomore year, when a friend recommended it, she said. Koterbay said one of the special things about the club is it aims to reflect the Notre Dame’s mission.“Notre Dame students love to live out the mission of Notre Dame, which is being a force for good. So I think that this is a wonderful opportunity to do that,” Koterbay said. “It can change these little kids’ lives in ways that they may not see once the program ends, but it’s nice to know that students can have an impact on them, no matter how small.”Each student meets with his or her buddy once a week for about two hours. Junior Joseph Hirshorn, president of the club, said this means anyone can get involved.“I think it’s a great opportunity for people to see how small actions can really make a big difference,” Hirshorn said. “You know, each individual mentor by themselves can have a huge impact on this one child and then on the community as a whole, especially in building this community of support for these two schools, which have been positively impacted from that.”The program closes each year with a banquet at St. Adalbert for mentors, children and their parents.“We get to meet [the parents], and we get to hear how the buddy went home each week and said how much college mentors had an impact on them,” Koterbay said. “It really brings it all full circle, and it’s an amazing close to the year.”Tags: College Mentors for Kids, holy cross elementary school, St. Adalbert Catholic Schoollast_img read more


first_imgAt the beginning of this year, a letter from the NCUA to all credit unions detailed what the areas of focus would be for IT Examinations for credit unions of all sizes, with the intent of helping CU’s prepare for their exams and maintain IT compliance.  Specifically the ares of fucus were identified as: Cybersecurity, Interest Rate Risk, and Bank Secrecy Act compliance. The letter went on to say that the NCUA would “redouble their efforts” to ensure CU’s are prepared for cybersecurity threats. Here is what the letter said in detail as it relates to cybersecurity:In 2015, NCUA will redouble efforts to ensure that the credit union system is prepared for a range of cybersecurity threats.NCUA field staff will focus on proactive measures credit unions can take to protect their data and their members, including:encrypting sensitive data;developing a comprehensive information security policy;performing due diligence over third parties that handle credit union data;monitoring cyber security risk exposure;monitoring transactions, andtesting security measures. continue reading » 41SHARESShareShareSharePrintMailGooglePinterestDiggRedditStumbleuponDeliciousBufferTumblrlast_img read more


first_imgThe 20-lap IMCA Modified main was the nightcap of the evening’s racing.  Only four points separated Tim Ward and Joel Rust for the track title.  Rust led all of those 20 laps on his way to the win. Ward trailed as distant runner-up. Ward is the 2019 track champion. A slight bobble in turn four nearly cost Meyer the win, but he regained control and flew under the checkers first. Damon Murty, who uncharacteristically lost control on lap 10 and went over the top of turn four, rejoined the field at the tail, and recovered to finish in second place. Jeff Wollam, whose late father was honored earlier, finished third. Steve Meyer was crowned the 2019 track champion in the IMCA Sunoco Stock Car class.  Meyer had a 22-point lead over Todd Reitzler going into the night.  Meyer led the field to green and shot to the lead in the 18-lap main event.  Reitzler gained the top spot on lap two and then set sail on a quest for the checkers. Leah Wroten had the IMCA Sunoco Hobby Stock track title wrapped up before the race began, leading by 40 points.  It also appeared that she won the 15-lap feature race, but that was not the case.  Wroten led all laps but when she got into Kaden Reynolds as they approached the checkers, spinning him out, she was penalized for the contact and the victory was awarded to Jacob Floyd. This was Floyd’s first time ever to win at the Marshalltown Speedway.  Jake McBirnie kept his point lead in the Karl Kustoms Northern SportMod feature, winning the track crown and also added to his quest in the hunt for the national title in the division with a feature win. McBirnie spanked the field, leading all 18 laps and winning by more than half a lap. Reitzler’s vision of a victory evaporated on lap 12 when he found himself in spin mode, bringing out a yellow, and sending him to tag the field. This returned Meyer as captain of the ship which he held to the checkers.  MARSHALLTOWN, Iowa (Aug. 23) – It was the Larry Wollam Season Championship night on Friday at the Marshalltown Speedway where family, friends, and fans celebrated the man who was such an inspiration to the track and racing in general.  It was the 20th anniversary of the passing of Wollam, who had been a racer, promoter, and big supporter of the speedway. By Joyce Eiselelast_img read more


first_img StumbleUpon Altenar: Supporting expansion plans in Denmark and Portugal August 20, 2020 Related Articles Share Royalbet has become the latest online casino brand to integrate SkillOnNet’s licensing and compliance protocols to launch to players in regulated markets around the world. As a result, the new online casino has been able to offer over 3,000 slots and casino games to players in the UK, Sweden, Denmark and other jurisdictions across Europe that accept Malta-licensed brands. A spokesman for Royalbet stated: “We’re thrilled to launch Royalbet using the SkillOnNet platform and services.“As regulated markets become more and more difficult to operate in, we place significant value in the experience and flexibility of the team at SkillOnNet and hope to create an exciting brand and playing experience for customers across multiple territories.”Some of the offerings available to players across Europe as a result of this partnership include titles from providers such as Big Time Gaming, Microgaming, NetEnt, Yggdrasil Gaming, Merkur Gaming, Quickspin, Play’n GO and Red Tiger Gaming’s Must Drop Daily Jackpots. As well as this Royalbet players will also have access to a full suite of live casino games from Evolution, Netent Live and Pragmatic Play Live.Jerry Land, VP of B2B solutions at SkillOnNet, added: “We are really excited to be providing our platform to Royalbet, which is being run by industry veterans taking a new approach to online casino.“Their experience combined with our platform and service offering makes for a truly spectacular online casino proposition which we are sure will be a big hit with players in markets around the world.Aside from the vast portfolio of games Royalbet players will now have access to, the partnership will also grant the online casino brand the capabilities to offer a wide range of localised payment options and a loyalty scheme to its players.As a result of the partnership, SkillOnNet sees its vast portfolio grow further which already includes other online casino brands such as PlayOJO, DrückGlück, SlotsMagic, MegaCasino, PlayMillion, QueenVegas, MiamiJackpots, ICE36, and LuckyNiki. LeoVegas hits back at Swedish regulations despite Q2 successes August 13, 2020 Share Submit HBLB ups prize money commitment by 50% July 31, 2020last_img read more

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