FacebookTwitterCopy LinkEmail The meeting on Jan. 25, will be at 5:30 p.m., in the Boardroom at the EVSC Administration Building, 951 Walnut Street, Evansville. The Evansville Vanderburgh School Corporation School Board meeting scheduled for Monday, Jan 11, has been postponed until Monday, Jan. 25, due to the icy, snow-packed road conditions and the below freezing temperatures that may make roads treacherous.
No subscription riseThere was no increase in member subscriptions to the National Association of Master Bakers (NAMB), for the fourth year in a row.Plea for supportJoe Coleman, a young baker from Oxford, told NAMB conference delegates that he and other young bakers would welcome more support from the trade, including sponsored time to work at other bakeries.Scottish changesFormer SAMB chief executive Kirk Hunter has departed after nine years for a full-time position with Dairy UK, with a new chief executive yet to be appointed. Head of skills training Arthur Rayer also announced his retirement.SAMB rebrandingOutgoing Scottish Bakers president Alister Asher told the first conference following the rebranding of the SAMB: “The logo and name was in need of change to make it clearer what we were and what we did for external PR, image and marketing purposes. We have a new look which, we’ve had very positive feedback about.”ABST conferenceIf you haven’t already booked your place at the Alliance for Bakery Students and Trainees’ (ABST) Annual Conference, then do so now. The event, held at the Alton Towers Hotel, Alton Towers, from 11-13 June will also play host to the qualifying and selection rounds for the 2011 UK SIGEP Bread Cup Team on 12 June. For details on attending contact [email protected] FoB chairmanMark Fairweather, CEO of Allied Milling and Baking, has been elected as the new chairman of the Federation of Bakers. He takes over the role from Joe Street.
Zach Fettinger bounced back from an early crash to win Saturday’s IMCA Modified feature at Southern Oregon Speedway. (Photo by Carole Bryan, Shadows of Light Photography)By Don Martin IIWHITE CITY, Ore. (June 16) – Making a nice comeback from an early race crash, Zach Fettinger scored the 25-lap IMCA Modified main event victory Saturday night at Southern Oregon Speedway.Fettinger held off C.J. Putnam down the stretch for what would be his first win of the season despite restarting at the back of the field following the lap eight fracas.The frontrunners had come up on a slower car and while Andy Freeman got by, Mark Wauge and Fettinger both got caught up. Wauge suffered enough damage to end his race while Fettinger made a pit stop and was able to rejoin the back of the pack for the restart.Fettinger quickly found the fastest line and charged to the lead, and eventual win ahead of Putnam and Albert Gill.Braxton Possinger was flawless in leading start to finish of the 20-lap feature for Karl Chevrolet Northern SportMods.
NEW DELHI: His 100 hundreds on the international stage is spoken about every second minute by cricket fans across the globe, but not many know of some of Sachin Tendulkars favourite knocks which didnt culminate into centuries.And the legend has thrown light on some of those knock in an interview with cricket.com. Not only has he spoken about an ODI knock against the Aussies in the 2001 series after the historic Test win, but has also spoken about a knock against the Windies in 1997 on a damp wicket when they boasted of bowlers like Courtney Walsh and Curtly Ambrose among others. “An innings I will remember is the first ODI between India and Australia in 2001, right after we won the historic Test series. I was batting well with VVS Laxman and together we got India off to a flying start. I had decided to be more aggressive against Glenn McGrath. “There was an over where I attacked McGrath and managed to hit three boundaries and a six. The idea was to not let him settle, and the plan had largely worked. I eventually got run out for 35 runs in that match but I was in good form to continue otherwise,” he said. “Another innings I cherish is the first one-day international between West Indies and India at Trinidad in 1997. We batted first, and the weather was overcast, with the wicket damp in the morning. Not only was the wicket challenging to bat on, their bowling attack was extremely good as well. “Their pace battery consisted of Courtney Walsh, Curtly Ambrose, Ian Bishop and Franklin Rose. I was able to counterattack and score quick 44 runs, before getting out to Ambrose caught behind on what was an umpiring error. It was a rain-curtailed match and we lost the match, but purely for the tough conditions in which one had to bat on, I rank that innings as one of my favourites.” Tendulkar also spoke about the much-talked about game against Australia in Nairobi in 2000 where he took on the Australian bowlers from the word go. “I cannot forget the match against Australia in the ICC Champions Knockout Trophy in Nairobi in 2000 as well. The wicket was once again damp and not a very easy one to bat on. There was plenty of life on the surface. The way Glenn McGrath bowled the first over, I spoke to Sourav Ganguly and suggested that I go after McGrath. “I realised we have to do something out of the box (play mind games) I exchanged few words with him which took him by surprise. I also started playing shots against him, though some of them were risky. The plan was to get him angry and make him attack my body instead of looking to get me out. “We were beaten on occasions but also were able to make McGrath bowl where we wanted. I made a quick-fire 38 and this came in a winning cause so I was very happy,” he explained. IANS