APRIL – May Highlights in the coming months include a bakery tour of the Rhone Valley in France with Panary and the Richemont Club of Great Britain’s AGM at Slattery’s in Manchester

first_imgApril16 – 23 Bakers’ Tour in FranceLocation: Rhone valley, FranceContact, tel: 01722 341 447email: [email protected] – 18 Chocolate Displays, Decorations and CentrepiecesLocation: The Slattery School of Excellence, ManchesterContact, tel: 0161 767 9303email: [email protected] Chocolate Wedding and Celebration CakesLocation: The Slattery School of Excellence, ManchesterContact, tel: 0161 7679303email: [email protected] Half-Day Chocolate WorkshopLocation: The Slattery School of Excellence, ManchesterContact, tel: 0161 7679303email: [email protected] Full-Day Chocolate WorkshopLocation: The Slattery School of Excellence, ManchesterContact, tel: 0161 7679303email: [email protected] – 22 Two-Day North European Baking CourseLocation: Bread Matters, CumbriaContact, tel: 01768 88189922 – 27 World Bread ForumLocation: All Russia Exhibition Centre, MoscowContact, tel: +95 181 99 04/+95 755 50 35email: [email protected] Richemont Club of Britain AGMLocation: The Slattery School of Excellence, ManchesterContact, email: [email protected] – 27 Advanced Practical Bread TechnologyLocation: Campden & Chorlywood, Chipping CampdenContact, tel: 01386 842104email: [email protected] – 29 SourdoughLocation: Panary, DorsetContact, tel: 01722 341 447email: [email protected] – 06 Two -Day Bread Matters Fundamental CourseLocation: Bread Matters, CumbriaContact, tel: 01768 88189905 – 09 SIAB Bakery ShowLocation: Verona, ItalyContact, tel: 0039 045 829 831505 – 09 AB Tech ExpoLocation: Milan, ItalyContact, tel: 0039 02 40922511email: [email protected] Bread CompetitionLocation: Artisan Food Centre, DorsetContact: Todd Sadler, email: [email protected] Half-Day Chocolate WorkshopLocation: The Slattery School of Excellence, ManchesterContact, tel: 0161 7679303email: [email protected] – 16 Residential – multiple programmeLocation: Panary, DorsetContact, tel: 01722 341 447email: [email protected] – 18 Advanced Practical Cake TechnologyLocation: Campden & Chorlywood,Chipping CampdenContact, tel: 01386 84210416 Sugar Craft – Cake Decorators at Work: three-hour demonstrationLocation: The Slattery School of Excellence, ManchesterContact, tel: 0161 767930316 Federation of Bakers ConferenceLocation: Westminster, LondonContact, email: [email protected] bakersfederation.org.uk19 – 20 Basic Bread-makingLocation: Panary, DorsetContact, tel: 01722 341 447email: [email protected] – 22 Essential Skills For Working With ChocolateLocation: The Slattery School of Excellence, ManchesterContact, tel: 0161 7679303email: [email protected] Advanced Skills for Working with ChocolateLocation: The Slattery School of Excellence, ManchesterContact, tel: 0161 767930323 – 24 Caffè CultureLocation: Olympia, LondonContact, tel: 020 7288 6176email: [email protected] Chocolate Wedding and Celebration CakesLocation: The Slattery School of Excellence, ManchesterContact, tel: 0161 767930325 Chocolate Desserts and Individual CakesLocation: The Slattery School of Excellence, Manchesterlast_img read more

UPL Update

first_imgUPL Update October 15, 2003 Regular News The advisory opinion processcenter_img Jeffrey T. Picker Assistant UPL CounselI am often asked whether a certain activity constitutes the unlicensed practice of law. The answer to this question can be found primarily in case law. But what if there is no case law addressing the particular activity? This is where the formal advisory opinion process comes into play. The next few columns will discuss this process.Rule 10-9.1 of the Rules Regulating The Florida Bar sets forth the formal advisory opinion process in UPL matters. The rule requires that a written request for a formal opinion be submitted in the form of a hypothetical, providing all the relevant facts to the UPL Department, The Florida Bar, 651 E. Jefferson Street, Tallahassee 32399-2300. The question must not be the issue in a pending lawsuit and must ask whether the activity is the unlicensed practice of law.If the request complies with the above requirements, it will be placed on the agenda of the next meeting of the Standing Committee on Unlicensed Practice of Law. The standing committee usually meets three or four times per year. At the meeting the committee will decide whether to hold a public hearing on the request. In the past, the committee has voted to hold a public hearing in matters of first impression or of statewide importance.The next column will discuss what happens at the hearing and after.last_img read more

Area Middle School Basketball Games

first_imgBatesville 7th Grade defeated Brookville Middle School 33-25.Trey Heidlage led all scores with 11 points while Sam Haskamp and Cooper Williams addd 4, and 6 others added 2 points.  Austin Siefert was the team leader with 2 assists.  Tyler Myers and Cooper Williams led the team with 5 rebounds while Sam Haskamp added 4.  Lane Oesterling led the team with 4 steals with Heidlage and Williams adding 3 each.  Oesterling also led the team with 2 deflections while Alex Westerfeld also added 2.BMS will be in action Monday night @ Greensburg.The 8th grade Bulldogs lost a very close game last night against the Franklin County Travel Team by a score of 41-39.1st Q – 16-8 FC; 2nd Q – 25-18 FC; 3rd Q. – 33-33.Isaac Barker led the team with 23 points. Lane Westerfeld had a solid game with 7 points and Luke Schroeder did well with 6 points.The Dogs had good effort and considering the (3) missed practices due to bad weather, we were competitive against a more physical, stronger Franklin County team.Submitted by Batesville Coaches Eric Feller and Terry Giesting.The Saint Louis 7th Grade Basketball team was defeated by Sunman Dearborn by the score of 37-17. The Cardinals played well but were simply over-matched by the size and strength of Sunman Dearborn.Robert Raver led the Cardinals in scoring, steals, and blocked shots while Kevin Salatin led Saint Louis in rebounding.The St. Louis 8th grade boys basketball team returned to action Thursday night for the first in almost two weeks.  It was 8th Grade Night as the Cardinals played Sunman-Dearborn in their final home game of the season.  The Trojans proved too much for St. Louis, however, defeating the Cardinals 52-21.Stuart Lamping and Chandler Meyers led the team offensively, scoring 11 and 8 points respectively.  Jack Kellerman added some steals and played well defensively.  Gavin Koester came off the bench and hustled defensively, forcing 3 turnovers against S-D.The Cardinals play their final regular season game on Tuesday, 1/14 vs. St. Nicholas (game will be played at Milan Elementary).Submitted by STL Coaches Dale Amrhein and Jon Temple.last_img read more

Dancing in the moonlight

first_imgJennifer Cardamone, a junior majoring in international relations, and Michelle Li, a junior majoring in political science and sociology, dance to “Satisfaction” by Benny Benassi. The two were dancing in front of Heritage Hall as part of an audition for Chaotic 3, a co-ed, hip-hop dance club. Also known as “C3,” the group performs everything from breakdance to tap and ballet.Carlo Acenas | Daily Trojanlast_img

AUDIO: We Are Not Afraid Of Any Team In Europa League, Says John Ogu

first_imgHapoel Beer Sheva midfielder, John Ogu, says his club is “not afraid to play any team” as they get ready to begin their Europa League campaign.Ogu’s Israeli club would face former Romanian champions, Steaua Bucuresti; former Czech league winners, Victoria Plzen; and former Swiss cup winners, FC Lugano, in Group G of the European second tier competition. Hapoel Beer Sheva’s first game will be at home to Europa League debutantes, FC Lugano, on Thursday.The Israeli Champions got to the round of 32 stage of the Europa League in 2016, emerging from a group that had Inter Milan and Southampton. The experience from last year gives the Nigerian more confidence about his team’s chances this season, although, he admits, things will be difficult.“It’s not going to be easy, it’s going to be tough,” the 29-year-old told Busybuddiesng.com, admitting in the process that “these are good sides.”“I’ve played against them when I was in Portugal,” the former U.D. Leiria and Academica midfielder said of Victoria Plzen, as he compared the teams in the group. “Steaua Bucuresti is a big club but in this Europa League, in a group like this, it’s always good for you to come out on top in your home games, and when you go away you try to get points.”The race for the Europa League title begins on Thursday with 48 teams, from 12 groups, in action. The final takes place on May 16, 2018, at the Parc Olympique Lyonnais in France.Audio Playerhttps://www.busybuddiesng.com/wp-content/uploads/2017/09/ogu-europa-league.mp300:0000:0000:00Use Up/Down Arrow keys to increase or decrease volume.RelatedAUDIO: John Ogu Predicts Tough UCL Playoff Tie Against MariborAugust 5, 2017In “National Team”John Ogu Set To Sign For Asian ClubJanuary 5, 2020In “Asia”UCL Qualifying Stage: Nigerian Stars Ogu, Nwakaeme On Target For Israeli ClubJuly 20, 2017In “UEFA”last_img read more

Danny Murphy on talkSPORT: Liverpool MUST must spend Raheem Sterling money wisely

first_img1 Raheem Sterling in action for Liverpool Former Liverpool star Danny Murphy believes Raheem Sterling will depart the Reds this summer – leaving the club having to gamble in the transfer market again.The England flyer has been linked with a move away from Anfield at the end of the season, with Real Madrid, Chelsea and Manchester City all interested.Brendan Rodgers was forced into a summer spending spree last year when Luis Suarez completed a £75million deal to La Liga giants Barcelona.In came Lazar Markovic, Dejan Lovren, Mario Balotelli, Emre Can and Rickie Lambert, among others, but the majority have failed to shine for the Northern Irishman.And Murphy believes, with Sterling set to leave the club for upwards of £50m, the recruitment must be better than last summer.“I’m in the camp of thinking Raheem Sterling might be off,” he told the Alan Brazil Sports Breakfast show. “That would be a huge negative. The club then has to use that money to bring in more players, but are the people in charge of recruitment doing the job well enough? I would question that.“I know Brendan has said that he does have a say on the players and he is involved in the process. I hope he is because ultimately he’s the one being judged on them. The signings haven’t been brilliant.“Brendan [Rodgers] is there for the long haul. He’s moved the club forward. Some of the problems this year were out of his hands.“He couldn’t have predicted what Luis Suarez was going to do in the World Cup, meaning he had to revamp his squad.“Daniel Sturridge has had some horrendous injuries this year. What you could question is some of the recruitment at Liverpool.“Have the signings worked? £19m on Lazar Markovic, yes he’s talented but has he’s not produced yet. Rickie Lambert hasn’t played enough, Fabio Borini was £10m. Mario Balotelli was £16m, he’s not worked. Dejan Lovren, who cost £20m, has hardly played. Is £18m Mamadou Sakho the answer? That’s where I would put the question mark.”last_img read more