ScanGroup Limited (SCAN.ke) listed on the Nairobi Securities Exchange under the Printing & Publishing sector has released it’s 2010 abridged results.For more information about ScanGroup Limited (SCAN.ke) reports, abridged reports, interim earnings results and earnings presentations, visit the ScanGroup Limited (SCAN.ke) company page on AfricanFinancials.Document: ScanGroup Limited (SCAN.ke) 2010 abridged results.Company ProfileWPP-ScanGroup Limited is the largest marketing and communication group in the Africa sub-region with leading advertising agencies and media houses falling under the holding company name. These include Ogilvy & Mather, SCANAD, JWT, BluePrint Marketing, GroupM, MediaCom Africa, Mindshare and MEC. Public relations companies include Ogilvy PR and H+K Strategies; marketing research agencies include Millward Brown; specialty communication agencies include Roundtrip and Geometry Global; digital companies include OgilvyOne, Squad Digital and SCANAD Digital. WPP-Scangroup has expertise in advertising, media investment management, advertising and marketing research, public relations, digital advertising and communications marketing strategy. WPP-ScanGroup has a presence in 25 countries in sub-Sahara Africa and majority-owned offices in Kenya, Ghana, Nigeria, Rwanda, South Africa, Tanzania, Uganda and Zambia. It has minority-owned operations in Burkina Faso, Cameroon, Gabon, Ivory Coast, Namibia, Senegal and Zimbabwe. Scangroup became a subsidiary of WPP in 2013 and the company changed its name to WPP-Scangroup Limited in 2015. WPP-ScanGroup Limited is listed on the Nairobi Securities Exchange
Astoria Investments Limited (ATIL.mu) listed on the Stock Exchange of Mauritius under the Financial sector has released it’s 2016 interim results for the half year.For more information about Astoria Investments Limited (ATIL.mu) reports, abridged reports, interim earnings results and earnings presentations, visit the Astoria Investments Limited (ATIL.mu) company page on AfricanFinancials.Document: Astoria Investments Limited (ATIL.mu) 2016 interim results for the half year.Company ProfileAstoria Investments Limited is an investment company with permanent capital. The company runs its operations in the United States, Europe, Asia, South Africa and Mauritius. Astoria Investments invests in global equity dominated holdings of primarily direct, high quality listed businesses. The company invests in sectors such as technology, insurance, pharmaceutical, entertainment, financial, consumer products, retail and transportation. Astoria Investments Limited has a primary listing on the Stock Exchange of Mauritius and a secondary listing on the Johannesburg Stock Exchange.
African Export Import Bank (AEIB.mu) listed on the Stock Exchange of Mauritius under the Banking sector has released it’s 2020 interim results for the first quarter.For more information about African Export Import Bank (AEIB.mu) reports, abridged reports, interim earnings results and earnings presentations, visit the African Export Import Bank (AEIB.mu) company page on AfricanFinancials.Document: African Export Import Bank (AEIB.mu) 2020 interim results for the first quarter.Company ProfileAfrican Export Import Bank is a financial institution that facilitates trade amongst African countries as well as trade between Africa and other continents. The bank provides investment banking and advisory services as well as project and export development programs in Mauritius and around the world with particular focus on the globalization of African trade. African Export Import Bank is listed on the Stock Exchange of Mauritius.
Key man: Munster’s CJ Stander scores his sides second try. (Photo: Inpho) Flashpoint: Parling lies prone (right) next to Barrington, with Barritt in the centre (Getty Images)The SinnersBrad Barritt and Ian TempestSaracens prop Richard Barrington was sent off for knocking out Geoff Parling with a high hit in the early stages of Saturday’s Aviva Premiership clash with Exeter Chiefs. But Parling’s head only hit Barrington’s shoulder because Brad Barritt had already walloped the Chiefs lock with a swinging left arm, so how Barritt stayed on the pitch for the remainder of the game is anyone’s guess.Referee Ian Tempest looked at the video replays and as soon as he realised Barrington’s shoulder had done the most damage he just dismissed Barritt’s part in the incident. Barrington deserved to be sent off, but Barritt should have gone too – and the England centre looked mighty relieved to get away with it.Annoyingly for Exeter, Barritt went on to play a major part in the 13-13 draw, as one of Saracens’ outstanding players on the day. Michael Rhodes and Alex LozowskiSaracens had to play for 70 minutes against Exeter Chiefs with 14 men after having Richard Barrington sent off, but managed to eke out a 13-13 draw, thanks partly to magnificent defence from flanker Michael Rhodes and fly-half Alex Lozowski.With his Exeter team leading 10-3, Don Armand charged up the right from outside the 22. Chris Wyles attempted to tackle him into touch but Armand was still set to score, only for Rhodes to dive in and knock the ball out of his hands at the last second.Wonder-try: Jack Nowell dives in at the corner for Exeter against Saracens. (Photo: Getty Images)Lozowski had already made a terrific try-saving tackle on Thomas Waldrom and he put in another big hit on Sam Hill. Lozowski also controlled the game well in attack for Saracens, outshining the Chiefs’ Gareth Steenson who unwisely set himself up for a drop-goal from almost halfway with three minutes of the match remaining. If had waited a few more phases, an easier chance might have been created.An honourable mention must go to Jack Nowell for scoring a terrific try. The Chiefs wing leapt up and stretched out his right hand to gather a kick from Steenson then dived and reached to touch it down in the corner. It was a piece of confident skill any winger would be proud of. CJ StanderMunster put Racing 92 to the sword in their rearranged European Champions Cup clash, trouncing their hosts 32-7. The whole Munster team did their late coach Anthony Foley proud – the match had been postponed from the weekend of his death in October – but CJ Stander was the stand-out performer.The No 8 was everywhere in attack, carrying 23 times, making 63 metres and beating four defenders. He found the time and energy to make eight tackles as well. None of his Munster team mates made it into double-figures for carries and Stander was deservedly named Man of the Match. Running man: Tommy Seymour’s pace was too much for Cardiff. (Photo: Inpho)Tommy SeymourWing Tommy Seymour was on fire in Glasgow Warriors’ 29-15 Guinness Pro12 triumph over Cardiff Blues. He wasn’t among the try-scorers but Seymour helped create two tries for full-back Peter Murchie in the second half. For the first he cut a terrific line from the Blues’ ten metre line and sprinted up to the 22 and from there Glasgow turned the pressure into a try.Just seven minutes later Seymour burst through the defence again, this time from the 22, scorching from right to left and allowing Murchie to finish off the move.Seymour’s pace, timing and judgement were too much for the Blues and Scotland fans will hope he carries this form into the RBS Six Nations next month. Outstanding: Jason Woodward created and scored a great try for Bristol. (Photo: Getty Images)Jason Woodward and Louis PicamolesNorthampton beat Bristol 32-26 but Bristol’s Kiwi full-back Jason Woodward almost earned the visitors a memorable win at Franklin’s Gardens.With his team trailing just 21-16 after 51 minutes, Woodward got the ball inside his 22 and dinked a kick up the left wing for Tom Varndell to chase. The wing gathered it and Woodward sprinted up in support, so he was on hand to take a well-timed pass from Varndell as they crossed the Northampton ten-metre line. From there Woodward easily outpaced Luther Burrell and scored the try which put Bristol 23-21 ahead. Sadly for them they couldn’t hang on, but Woodward is making Bristol a force to be reckoned with.Louis Picamoles is among the Saints for a fantastic charging run which set up Tom Wood’s try. The Frenchman handed off and barged through no less than five defenders to open the door for Wood. Flying Falcon: Vereniki Goneva on the attack for Newcastle v Bath. (Photo: Getty Images)Vereniki Goneva and Joel HodgsonNewcastle Falcons scored two tries in the last eight minutes of their Aviva Premiership clash with Bath to come from 22-10 down to win 24-22. Fly-half Joel Hodgson played a big part in their fightback, sticking to the game plan, kicking out of hand well to put Bath under pressure and converting the last two tries to make sure the Falcons’ efforts resulted in a win. The Saints LATEST RUGBY WORLD MAGAZINE SUBSCRIPTION DEALS TAGS: Highlight On the charge: Olly Cracknell had a terrific game for the Ospreys. (Photo: Huw Evans Agency)Olly CracknellAshley Beck scored the bonus-point try for the Ospreys in their 29-7 trouncing of Connacht, thanks to a fine floated pass from Dan Biggar, but Olly Cracknell was arguably the most influential player for the Welsh region.The blindside seemed to be all over the pitch in this win, which enabled the Ospreys to go top in the Pro12. He carried the ball in the lead-up to Dan Baker’s opening try, then scored one of his own two minutes later with a powerful break from the 22. Cracknell was involved again in the build-up to the Ospreys’ third try, which Nicky Smith scored.Steve Tandy’s team are not short of back-row riches, but the 22-year-old is standing up to be counted. Will CliffBristol scrum-half Will Cliff has done plenty of good work for his team in the past but he made a costly error during Saturday’s Aviva Premiership clash with Northampton.With 54 minutes gone, Bristol had just taken a 23-21 lead and needed to consolidate. Stephen Myler kicked the restart long into the Bristol 22, Cliff tried a clearance kick but JJ Hanrahan was far too close for comfort and the Northampton centre charged the kick down, collected it and scored the simplest of tries. That put the Saints back in front again and Bristol were unable to seize back the initiative. Which players were the heroes for their teams in the Aviva Premiership, Guinness Pro12 and Champions Cup matches, and who needs to make an extra effort next time? Newcastle’s announcerThe Newcastle fans took a bit of stick on social media on Friday evening for noisily jeering George Ford as he lined up a penalty kick. However, for me the greater sinner was the PA announcer at Kingston Park, who kept shouting out during passages of play.“Let’s turn up the volume…make some NOISE” he hollered, as Newcastle attacked the Bath line. I might be old fashioned, but I tend to think that if the Falcons supporters aren’t inspired enough by the excitement on the pitch to cheer and shout of their own accord, it is a pretty sad state of affairs. I wish the PA guy would stick to announcing scorers and replacements and leave the players to whip their supporters into a frenzy. Vereniki Goneva was also outstanding. He picked up from a ruck inside the 22, charged through a gap and stepped Anthony Watson to score Newcastle’s first try, and he helped create their match-winning score with a terrific break up the left wing. Goneva battered his way through Semesa Rokoduguni and Watson and from the subsequent pressure position Ben Harris crashed over for the try. A cut above? Max Lahiff’s eye-catching hair style (left). (Photo: Getty Images)Max LahiffThe Bath prop’s hair style has evolved in recent months from a standard “high and tight” to something a bit more outlandish. A top-knot now sits on the back of his head and the back and sides are shaved almost clean. Time to make an appointment at the salon of shame, I feel!
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21 total views, 2 views today AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to TwitterTwitterShare to FacebookFacebookShare to LinkedInLinkedInShare to EmailEmailShare to WhatsAppWhatsAppShare to MessengerMessengerShare to MoreAddThis Howard Lake | 4 September 2006 | News Cathy Pharoah, CAF’s head of research for 11 years, has left to set up her own research consultancy.The new company – Third Sector Prospect – will work in all areas of the sector including philanthropy, giving and the sector’s resources, but Pharoah said she will be broadening out the agenda in response to other research needs within the sector. Although she will be mainly working solo, she said she planned to work with others where appropriate and pull teams together to develop and carry out new research projects. Advertisement Pharoah sets up own research consultancy She said there is still a lot of scope for research on giving as so little is known about it. Research has gone into measuring giving, but we still know very little about why people give and the impact of different fundraising techniques, as well as the difference between major philanthropy and small-scale giving, she said.Pharoah’s colleague at CAF Catherine Walker has also left the organisation. With Adrian Sargeant moving from Bristol Business School to the US this month, this potentially leaves a medium-term gap in research terms for the fundraising sector. 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. Tagged with: Recruitment / people AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to TwitterTwitterShare to FacebookFacebookShare to LinkedInLinkedInShare to EmailEmailShare to WhatsAppWhatsAppShare to MessengerMessengerShare to MoreAddThis
TCU rowing program strengthens after facing COVID-19 setbacks + posts Twitter TCU News Now 4/28/2021 2020/21 NFL Exit Interviews – NFC East 2021 NFL Mock Draft (Part 1) Special Jack Wallace Linkedin Linkedin Jack Wallacehttps://www.tcu360.com/author/jack-wallace/ Twitter Jack is a junior journalism major and studio art minor from Atlanta, Georgia. He enjoys everything sports and co-runs the Blanket Coverage podcast as well as photographs for TCU360. Jack Wallacehttps://www.tcu360.com/author/jack-wallace/ 2020/21 NFL Exit Interviews – NFC West Jack Wallacehttps://www.tcu360.com/author/jack-wallace/ ReddIt Another series win lands TCU Baseball in the top 5, earns Sikes conference award Jack Wallacehttps://www.tcu360.com/author/jack-wallace/ Facebook Previous articleSGA pushes to reduce stigma around mental healthNext articleStudent journalists honored Jack Wallace RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR printJunior Alastair Gray celebrates winning a clutch point late in his match against Illinois this Sunday, March 3, 2019. Photo by Jack WallaceThe No. 12 Horned Frogs faced little opposition in their games this weekend, defeating the Rice Owls 7-0 and the No. 11 Illinois Fighting Illini 4-0 in a dominant weekend sweep.Owls Get FlushedTCU opened the weekend play with a convincing 7-0 victory, their first shutout win of the season. In NCAA tennis matches, the team who wins four matches first is the official victor, but in some cases the coaches agree to finish out the matches anyway.After three consecutive doubles losses against Florida, Mississippi State and North Carolina, the Horned Frogs flipped a switch. Sophomore Bertus Kruger (left) and senior Reese Stalder (right) smile and relax after a tight win against Rice on March 2, 2019. Photo by Jack WallaceThe No. 26 nationally-ranked team of senior Reese Stalder and sophomore Bertus Kruger won a close match against the No. 49 doubles team, 7-5. Senior Alex Rybakov and junior Alastair Gray followed with a very quick 6-0 win to clinch.“I felt the doubles was a good sign,” head coach David Roditi said. “I like the way the guys came out: energetic, focused, aggressive.”In singles, every Horned Frog won in straight sets except Stalder, who was down 0-6, 0-3 in the second set but came back to win in three sets. “Reese is an intellectual player,” Roditi said. “Sometimes the intellectual part can be a double-edged sword: it can play against him or for him, and today I think he was overthinking a bit. That was definitely a highlight of today: Reese being able to step back and realize that if he made a couple adjustments the match could change, and it did.”Alex Rybakov readies his strike of the ball against Rice on March 2, 2019. Photo by Jack WallaceSince his loss against Florida, Rybakov has gone 3-0, leaving his record a team-best 6-1. Two of those wins come against ranked opponents: No. 52 William Blumberg of North Carolina and No. 88 Ewan Moore of Tulane.“I thought Rybakov’s attitude, business-like mentality and being ready for a battle; that’s the best I’ve seen from him,” Roditi said. “I would love to see more of that.”Alex Rybakov and Alastair Gray cheer and embrace after a clinching doubles victory against Illinois on March 3, 2019. Photo by Jack Wallace.Illini All Out of FightTCU dominated No. 11 Illinois, winning 4-0. The Frogs won the doubles point and had singles wins from Gray, Stalder and Fomba.Doubles play resulted in another strong win, with Rybakov/Gray winning 6-3 and Kruger/Stalder winning 6-2. The Kruger/Stalder duo’s win moves them to a team-best 9-3, winning their last four.Alastair Gray pumps his fist after his upset win against Illinois on March 3, 2019. Photo by Jack Wallace.Gray had a moment of redemption against No. 28 Alex Brown, avenging an overwhelming loss in last year’s Sweet 16 round of the NCAA tournament. The Brit won in convincing fashion: 6-3, 6-4. This is his fourth singles win in a row, all of which coming in straight sets.“It shows how far Alastair has come along,” Roditi said. “It wasn’t a match last year, so it was great to see.”Freshman Luc Fomba continues to impress at the No. 5 singles spot, earning himself a straight-set win over Illinois this weekend, adding to his wins against UCLA, Mississippi State and Florida. His current record is 8-2, 2-0 against ranked opponents.“He’s got a very chill but competitive vibe about him,” Roditi said. “He can be very tough to play on these indoor courts. I thought he did a great job of using his power and his serve to win that match.”Difficult Competition Doesn’t Faze FrogsThis weekend’s wins puts the Frogs at a 9-3 overall record with wins over the No. 3, 7, 11, 20, and 30 ranked teams. Of their 25 matches this season, 16 opponents have been ranked in the top 50 and six in the top 10.TCU has a home record of 5-1, with its only loss against the No. 4 Florida Gators. Up Next:TCU takes on the No. 19 Tennessee Volunteers in Knoxville on March 13 and returns home on March 16 against the Pepperdine Waves. Photo by Jack Wallace ReddIt Facebook TCU baseball finds their biggest fan just by saying hello
NewsBreaking newsLimerick highest in country for patients on trolliesBy Staff Reporter – August 20, 2015 585 Andrew Care[email protected] up for the weekly Limerick Post newsletter Sign Up THE University Hospital Limerick has the highest number of patients waiting on trollies in the country this Thursday with 47 people waiting to to be admitted to the hospital as patients experience long delays.The overcrowding situation is further compounded with the unexpected large numbers presenting in the Emergency department of the Dooradoyle facility where some members of the public say they’ve been waiting for over seven hours.Limerick’s 47 patients on trollies is made up of 13 on the wards and 34 in the trolley ward.Nationally, some 319 patients are on trollies with Beaumont Hospital the next highest with 36 patients on trollies.The numbers of patients together with the delays experienced is in line with the review findings on the Irish Nurses and Midwives Organisation (INMO) who analysed the July Trolley/Ward Watch figures and found that 6715 admitted patients,were on trolleys during the past month.This represents a 21 per cent increase, on July 2014, and is the highest ever level of overcrowding recorded for the month of July.INMO general secretary Liam Doran said:“This volume of overcrowding, in our country’s hospitals, during the month of July is unprecedented and cannot be allowed to continue. The additional funding for the Fair Deal scheme, with the reduction in the number of delayed discharges, is most welcome but, obviously, is not enough to deal with the system wide problem.“The health service must be given an additional funding allocation which will allow it, without waiting for the coming winter period or the next financial year, to open additional beds, with extra staffing, immediately”.Mr. Doran concluded: “It must be remembered that these figures represent individual people, who require admission to hospital, and their loss of dignity, privacy and access to care in an appropriate environment, cannot be forgotten and should be our priority. We must now agree sustained actions leading to increased capacity for the health service to deal properly, and safely with every person who presents for care and attention”.A spokesperson from the HSE at the University Hospital Limerick said that the Emergency Department at University Hospital Limerick has seen an unexpected increase in patients presenting over the last number of days which has resulted in high numbers of patients waiting on trolleys and long delays.“UL Hospitals Group apologises that any patient has to wait to be admitted, delivery of the best possible care for patients is our priority from the moment of presentation. Staff across the Group, are working hard to ensure the optimum care and safety of all our patients during this very busy period.“Amongst the factors contributing to the increase in pressure within the ED is the older age profile of patients presenting along with the complexity of issues they have. In addition, refurbishment work is underway in one of our in-patient wards to bring the facilities up to HIQA standards, with work due to be completed in November. The temporary closure of this ward means that the number of beds available for in-patients in UHL has been reduced.The UL Hospitals Group said that the escalation plan has been enacted and among the measures taken to relieve pressure on the ED and reduce waiting times, are the transfer of suitable patients from UHL to Ennis Hospital, Nenagh Hospital and St John’s Hospital; the transfer of appropriate patients to community care settings; and better communication with GPs to ensure patients are referred to the ED only where appropriate.“The UL Hospitals Group encourages visitors to adhere to visitor times; 2-4pm and 6:30-8:30pm with a maximum of two visitors per patient. Children under 14 years are advised not to visit.“Patients are reminded to keep the ED for emergencies only and to contact their GP or GP Out of Hours services in the first instance. Local Injury Units are open in Ennis and Nenagh Hospitals from 8am to 8pm, Monday to Sunday and 8am to 6pm Monday to Friday at St. John’s Hospital. Patients aged 5 years+ with minor injuries; for example suspected broken bones in arm or lower leg, sprains, strains, minor scalds, burns or cuts are encouraged to visit their Local Injury Units for treatment.“UL Hospitals Group recently announced that contracts had been signed with John Sisk & Son Ltd for the fit-out and completion of the new emergency department and a state-of-the-art new dialysis unit. It is anticipated that the new emergency department, which will be treble the size of the existing facility, will open in the first quarter of 2017.“It is acknowledged that further interim measures will have to be taken to address capacity issues until the new ED opens. To this end, UL Hospitals has reached agreement for additional funding to open 25 extra beds in November to support activity levels in our emergency department at University Hospital Limerick,” the statement concluded. 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Home Local News Event aims to help SHARE organization Facebook WhatsApp Local News Event aims to help SHARE organization Pinterest Albertsons Market Street is a longtime sponsor and participant in the Autism SHARE Walk, set for 9:30 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. April 28 at Grande Communications Stadium, 801 N. Loop 250 West in Midland, the release said.Albertsons will provide manpower and food for the SHARE Walk, the release said. SHARE stands for Sharing Hands: A Respite Experience.Jameson said this was the first year the stores have supported the SHARE Walk in this way.“I’m excited because not everybody can make the walk and put a team together, but this way everybody that comes into the grocery store can contribute a little or a lot as they’re checking out. It gives the autism SHARE Walk an opportunity to reach more of the public,” Jameson said.The Rev. Tom Jones, executive director of SHARE, said Albertsons stores have helped the SHARE Walk grow from 300 people to an expected 3,000 to 4,000 later this month.“All the funds that are raised through our autism walks stay local. They help SHARE provide support services for families that have kids with disabilities,” Jones said.Some of the services include respite care that allows families to spend time on their relationships and keep their families healthy.“We also provide family support programs, holiday events for our families, as well as parent support groups. Finally, we offer support for the siblings. They’re the ones who are forgotten so often. We give them support and help them build a support system of other brothers and sisters that are in similar situations,” Jones said.CBS 7 anchor Jay Hendricks read a proclamation for autism awareness and special needs recognition month, through April 30. Hendricks said this is the ninth year for the walk.Last year, SHARE served more than 200 families with its programs.“Our locations where we provide services are in Midland and Odessa, but we have families that come from Andrews, Crane and other smaller towns that don’t have the resources. We serve 19 counties in West Texas. If they’re willing to come to SHARE in Midland-Odessa, we’ll serve them,” Jones said.“We’re working to try to find ways to provide some services in those smaller towns, maybe some in-home respite care that we can provide. We’re trying to reach out into the community where there aren’t very many resources and have some support for those families that live there,” Jones said.SHARE has six full-time and one part-time employee and uses about 100 volunteers year-round. Jones said they also have 40 contract workers who provide care on Friday nights. Twice a month in Midland and once a month in Odessa, parents can drop their children and brothers and sisters.Classes are offered for each one of them with about three to five youngsters per class. They are supervised by two to three adults and activities such as movies, games and crafts are offered, Jones said.This is offered so parents can go on a date.“Some of our parents have not been out on a date in years because there’s nobody to watch their kids. It gives them a chance to focus on their relationships and it’s really just a gift of time that they can use to rest, or connect with friends. They use it for different purposes. It helps them relieve stress and it does improve relationships,” Jones said. By admin – April 3, 2018 To mark World Autism Day and raise awareness of caring for children with disabilities, Albertsons Market kicked off a Shop & Share drive Monday with a ribbon cutting and City of Odessa proclamation that brought together the Odessa and Midland chambers of commerce.The event was held at the Market Street store on 42nd Street in Odessa.John Jameson, regional vice president of United Supermarkets, said it seemed right to start Shop & Share on World Autism Day. Jameson said the register donations will be available at stores in Odessa, Midland, Lamesa and Seminole. Whatever each community raises will stay in that town.Shop & Share will run through April 15, a news release stated. When customers check out, they will see a digital prompt inviting them to contribute. If shoppers want to, they can add a donation to the ticket total, a news release said. 1 of 4 Twitter Previous articleJBS institute sets energy lectureNext articleFive things you need to know today, April 3 admin RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR 2021 SCHOOL HONORS: Permian High School Executive Director of SHARE, Rev. Tom Jones, center, cuts a ribbon. Albertson’s Market Street held a press conference to mark World Autism Awareness Day, partnering with SHARE to collect donations that will go to provdiing training, respite care and other resource to families who care for children with special needs. Monday, April 2, 2018. Executive Director of SHARE, Rev. Tom Jones talks to the media after the event. Albertson’s Market Street held a press conference to mark World Autism Awareness Day, partnering with SHARE to collect donations that will go to provdiing training, respite care and other resource to families who care for children with special needs. Monday, April 2, 2018. Facebook WhatsApp Twitter ECISD undergoing ‘equity audit’ United Supermarkets Regional Vice President John Jameson talks to the media after the ceremony. Albertson’s Market Street held a press conference to mark World Autism Awareness Day, partnering with SHARE to collect donations that will go to provdiing training, respite care and other resource to families who care for children with special needs. Monday, April 2, 2018. Smoked Bacon Wrapped French Vidalia OnionHawaiian Roll Ham SlidersSouthern Style Potato SaladPowered By 10 Sec Mama’s Deviled Eggs NextStay Executive Director of SHARE, the Rev. Tom Jones addresses the crowd Monday. Albertson’s Market Street held a news conference to mark World Autism Awareness Day, partnering with SHARE to collect donations that will go to provdiing training, respite care and other resource to families who care for children with special needs. Executive Director of SHARE, Rev. Tom Jones talks to the media after the event. 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