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Charity Commission updates charity registration advice


first_imgCharity Commission updates charity registration advice About Howard Lake Howard Lake is a digital fundraising entrepreneur. Publisher of UK Fundraising, the world’s first web resource for professional fundraisers, since 1994. Trainer and consultant in digital fundraising. Founder of Fundraising Camp and co-founder of GoodJobs.org.uk. Researching massive growth in giving. AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to TwitterTwitterShare to FacebookFacebookShare to LinkedInLinkedInShare to EmailEmailShare to WhatsAppWhatsAppShare to MessengerMessengerShare to MoreAddThis There are also other minor amendments in the text to “make it as up to date as possible.” The Charity Commission has updated its ./guidance booklet entitled “Registering as a charity”, reference CC21.The ./guidance was last updated in August 2003. The new version updated in December 2003 features a small number of changes. These reflect the publication of extended example objects on the Commission’s Web site (paragraph 63); further clarification of the circumstances in which the Commission will consider governing documents in draft form (paragraph 89); and changes to the requirements for the stamping of trust deeds following the introduction of Stamp Duty Land Tax on 1 December 2003. Advertisementcenter_img Tagged with: Giving/Philanthropy Management  19 total views,  1 views today AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to TwitterTwitterShare to FacebookFacebookShare to LinkedInLinkedInShare to EmailEmailShare to WhatsAppWhatsAppShare to MessengerMessengerShare to MoreAddThis Howard Lake | 29 January 2004 | Newslast_img read more


Ocean City Regional Chamber of Commerce Will Install Their New Board of Directors…


first_imgOCEAN CITY, NJ – On Thursday, February 16th, the Ocean City Regional Chamber of Commerce will install their new Board of Directors and Officers at The Flanders Hotel.Carol Heenan (Garden State Valuation and Consulting Service) will be reinstalled as the President of the Chamber. Dave Allegretto (Fortress Financial) will be reinstalled as 1st Vice President. Kim Davidson (Ocean First Bank) will be reinstalled as Secretary and Brian Broadley (Broadley’s MDI) will be reinstalled as Treasurer. Robert H. Adams (Tidelines Management), Tom Aromando (Fitzpatrick, Bongiovanni & Kelly), Cricket Frank (Impala Island Inn), Pat Gallelli (Tahiti Inn), Scott Halliday (Halliday-Leonard), Gary Jessel (Fox Real Estate), Phil Perri (Forum Motor Inn), Mark Reimet (Ocean City Financial Group), and Ken Sedberry (Berger Realty) will all be reinstalled as a 2nd Vice Presidents. William McMahon III (McMahon Agency) will be reinstalled to the position of Immediate Past President on the Executive Board.The evening will begin with networking at 6pm. The installation and dinner will take place at 6:30pm. For more reservations and more information contact the Chamber at (609) 399-1412 or [email protected] following individuals will be installed as Directors on February 16th:At Large DirectorsThree Year Term:Andrew Fasy – Long & FosterTony Wilson – Wilson PlumbingBusiness Segment DirectorsOne Year Term:Dean Adams – Dean Adams Custom BuilderRobert H. Adams – Tidelines Management Services, Inc.Dave Allegretto – Fortress FinancialThomas Aromando – Fitzpatrick Bongiovani and KellyBob Becher – Beach to Bay LandscapeJohn (Jake) Birch – Merrill LynchBrian Broadley – Broadley’s MDILynn Cates – Sun SeekersBrandie Cesari – Scarborough InnKevin Corcoran – Wet N Wild Wave Runner RentalsKim Davidson – Ocean First BankJane Davis – Johnny B. Goode Ice Cream ParlorMichael Dukeman – Hobby Horse Ice Cream ParlorCricket Frank – Impala Island InnPat Gallelli – Tahiti InnBeverley Gill – Island Beach GearPatrick Gill – Tackle DirectChris Halliday – Halliday ArchitectsScott Halliday – Halliday-Leonard ContractorsCory Hanahan – Serv Pro of CMCCarol Heenan – Garden State Valuation & Consulting ServicesThomas Heist – Heist Insurance AgencyJim Hennessy – Heritage Surf ShopWalt Hohman – Wards PastryGary Jessel – Fox Real EstateBrett Johnson – Johnson’s ApplianceRebecca Kennedy – Kennedy Custom Upholstery & Interior DesignLynne McIntyre – Yesterday’sMary McGuckin – Shore Medical CenterWilliam McMahon, III – McMahon Insurance AgencyPete Madden – Berkshire Hathaway Home Services Fox & Roach RealtorsNick Marotta – Berkshire Hathaway Home Services Fox & Roach RealtorsPhil Perri – Forum Motor InnRyan Price – Price Brothers ConstructionEric Reich – Reich Asset ManagementMark Reimet – Ocean City Financial GroupAimee Schultz – JASM ConsultingKen Sedberry – Berger RealtyTina Spadafora – YoasisPatty Talese – Jon & Patty’s Coffee Bar & BistroAvery Teitler – Teitler & Teitler LawDon Tomlinson – Gleeson’s Audio VideoRonnie Town – Atlantic City ElectricGloria Votta – ReMax Real EstateJoan Williamson – Ocean City Coffee CompanyAt Large Directors to be Reinstalled:Jon Batastini – Loveland, Garrett & BatastiniBecky Friedel – 7th Street Surf ShopMichael Lloyd – Sturdy Savings BankWinnie Piriano – Cape Atlantic Home CareOrganization RepresentativesOne Year Term:Paula Bender – OC TabernacleJohn Davidson – Somers Point Business AssociationWes Kazmarck – Boardwalk Merchants AssociationBill McGinnity – OC Restaurant AssociationOrganization Representatives Alternates:Karina Makarova Anthony – Somers Point Business AssociationKristin Bender – OC TabernacleBill Westerman – Boardwalk Merchants AssociationAndy Yoa – OC Restaurant Association Ocean City Regional Chamber of Commerce Executive Board – Pictured front row l-r: Second Vice President Gary Jessel (Fox Real Estate), President Carol Heenan (Garden State Valuation and Consulting Services), Immediate Past President William McMahon, III (McMahon Insurance Agency). Back Row l-r: Second Vice President Scott Halliday (Halliday-Leonard Contractors), Treasurer Brian Broadley (Broadley’s MDI), Second Vice President Phil Perri (Forum Motor Inn), Second Vice President Tom Aromando (Fitzpatrick, Bongiovanni & Kelly, CPA’s), Second Vice President Robert H. Adams (Tidelines Management Services, Inc.), First Vice President Dave Allegretto (Fortress Financial), Second Vice President Ken Sedberry (Berger Realty). Not pictured: Secretary Kim Davidson (Ocean First Bank), Second Vice President Cricket Frank (OC Hotels and Property Management), Second Vice President Pat Gallelli (Tahiti Inn & Apartments), Second Vice President Mark Reimet (Ocean City Financial Group). Photo courtesy of Eric Z. Weeks, EZ Memories Photographylast_img read more


Fulbright scholar describes hometown in China


first_imgYan Song, a Fulbright teaching assistant at Saint Mary’s, offered a firsthand account of life in Lanzhou, China in the Mother Pauline Room of Cushwa-Leighton Library on March 25.  The presentation, sponsored by the Center for Women’s Intercultural Leadership (CWIL), gave faculty members and students a dose of Chinese culture.  Home to Song and three million others, Lanzhou marks the geometrical center of China and is the capital of Gansu, one of the country’s 34 provinces. “It’s a great tourist location because of the surrounding historical sites,” Song said. “With the Maiji Mountain Caves to the east and the Buddha Caves to the west, it attracts a lot of visitors.” Once a key point in the Silk Road, Lanzhou remains central to surrounding regions’ transportation and telecommunication, Song said. She attributed this reliance to the capital’s location on the Yellow River, the second largest river in Asia. “It’s vital because it’s the only provincial city that the river runs through,” Song said. Though motorboats are accessible, Song said many Lanzhou residents use sheepskin rafts to conveniently navigate the city’s veins. Unique to the Yellow River, these simple rafts are made of inflated sheep or pigskins. The floating devices are not the only interesting sights available on the Yellow River’s banks, Song said. The city is teeming with artwork. Song said she believes the Yellow River Mother sculpture, located symbolically along the river, is the most significant of expositions.  “The Yellow River is often referred to as the mother of China,” she said. Many other structures flank the river’s shore, Song said, such as Lanzhou’s Waterwheel Park, a water conservation system formerly used to irrigate local crops, and the Zhongshan Bridge, the Yellow River’s first iron bridge. “Lanzhou adds the grand beauty of northern Chinese cities to the quaintness of the south,” Song said. “It’s a harmonious combination of the modern and the old.”  Song said her hometown also offers religious diversity. Gansu Province is roughly 10 percent Muslim, she said.  Song said Lanzhou currently has 1,000 Muslim noodle shops that, combined, serve 1,000,000 bowls of hand-pulled beef noodles a day. The elastic noodles are boiled in beef-liver broth and have extra potassium carbonate added to them.  “It is the most loved food in China. It’s so delicious,” Song said. “Many people in China eat it, but it all comes from my city.” Although Song said she feels privileged to be studying in the United States, she admitted she missed the food of her city the most. Elaine Meyer Lee, director of the CWIL, said most of the “Chinese” food in the United States is Cantonese style, which is more common in the southern part of China. Song studied English for ten years in Lanzhou but said she had felt deprived of understanding American culture because she was not immersed in it. “I did not have a real vivid image of what Christmas was,” she said. “Now I have experienced Christmas and Halloween. It has furthered my education to see the different kinds of western festivals and celebrations.  “We cannot learn basic cultural differences from our textbooks. We must cherish diversity of all the people here, and respect their rights.”last_img read more


Tottenham defender’s brother shot dead in France


first_imgRelatedPosts EPL: Son fires four past Southampton Trio of signings make instant impact as Everton stun Spurs EPL: Spurs, Everton light up London Tottenham star Serge Aurier’s brother has been shot dead on the streets of France at 5am this morning, according to French outlets Le Point and Europe 1.The Ivory Coast full-back featured in Spurs’ 2-1 win over north London rivals Arsenal on Sunday evening. But multiple French reports claimed his brother Christopher, 26, has been fatally shot in the early hours of the morning in Toulouse.Aurier’s brother was pronounced dead in hospital, while the perpetrator is still said to be on the run and is yet to be caught by authorities.Local residents called the police after discovering a man lying on the ground with a gun wound to the stomach.Local media outlet La Dépêche are indicating that the incident occurred near a late night establishment.Christopher Aurier also played football, albeit at an amateur level, currently at Toulouse Rodéo in the fifth-tier of the French football pyramid. Christopher also trained at RC Lens like his older brother, but failed to break through to the highest level.The sibling also had trials at English club Brentford in 2011.Back in 2017, Christopher was arrested for allegedly stealing from a sex worker in Lille.According to reports the two men involved arranged the meeting via the internet, before threatening the woman in her flat with a fake handgun and tear-gassed her when she refused to hand over money.Christopher is said to have left DNA at the scene. Serge Aurier almost left Spurs last summer, and was overlooked for the opening games of the season under previous boss Mauricio Pochettino.However, the former PSG star has found a new lease of life under Jose Mourinho.Aurier featured on Sunday as Spurs beat rivals Arsenal as they aim to make the Europa League.Tags: Christopher AurierEurope 1Le PointSerge AurierTottenham Hotspurlast_img read more




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