DNV GL Certifies SeeOs Offshore Substation Concept

first_imgAtlantique Offshore Energy, part of Chantiers de l’Atlantique, has secured certification from DNV GL for its SeeOs modular electrical substation concept for offshore wind farms.Source: Chantiers de l’AtlantiqueAccording to the company, the Certification Report and Statement of Compliance is a crucial step in approving the design of electrical offshore substations, validating the underlying assumptions and the studies executed so far which will benefit future projects.The Scalable Efficient Evolutive Offshore Station (SeeOs) can accommodate any power requirement, from 200MW up to 1GW+, and can be installed on monopile, jacket or floating foundations depending on the offshore site.It decreases delivery time and project CAPEX costs by 20%, as well as optimizes O&M costs up to 20%, Atlantique Offshore Energy stated.Specific requirements, such as shunt reactors, harmonic filters, back-up generators, living quarters, enclosed structure or external gangways, workshops or warehouses, can be implemented as add-ons to the base module, the company added.last_img read more

New Flagship Olympia Coffee Roasting Co Opening in Proctor District

first_imgFacebook149Tweet0Pin0Submitted by Olympia Coffee Roasting CoOlympia Coffee Roasting Co announced today they will expanding to the Proctor District of Tacoma. The brand is partnering with Lapis Tacoma, a business owned and operated by the team behind Compass Rose and Capitan Little on the 1400 square foot concept cafe, located at 2601 N Proctor St in the vibrant and historic Proctor District of Tacoma. The location is on the corner of Proctor St and 26th in the former Radio Shack. Olympia Coffee will occupy the Proctor frontage and Lapis will split the 3000 square foot building on the 26th St entrance.Oliver Stormshak (left) is the co-owner Olympia Coffee Roasting. He is pictured with Jim Johnson, Johnson Berry Farm. These two local businesses owners took home top honors from the Good Food Awards. Photo credit: Mary Ellen Psaltis.The Proctor location is the first Tacoma cafe for the Olympia based business; the company operates three cafes in Olympia and a soon-to-be open cafe in Seattle. “Opening a cafe in the Proctor neighborhood is a lifelong dream” for company owner and Tacoma native Oliver Stormshak. “I’m excited to be coming home and investing in my roots” says Stormshak.The company claims the Proctor location will be a “flagship” location, and plans to roast onsite alongside a full cafe menu concept, including Olympia’s award-winning espresso drinks, pour over coffees, espresso milkshakes, affogatos, and “Nitro Coffee Float” alongside its well known French pastry selections.The space will be designed by The Artisians Group, the multi-disciplinary design and passive house company behind Olympia Coffee’s previous projects.Olympia Coffee Roasting is differentiated from competitors by the high quality of their coffee as well as their unrivaled focus on customer experience, which will continue to be driving factors across the new locations. Olympia Coffee’s Mission Statement is to Improve quality of life for farmers, staff, and customers. Every action the company takes follows this ideal. The company sources 100% of coffees directly from farmers in the Americas and East Africa. Olympia as a company has won numerous honors over the last decade, including Micro Roaster of The Year, America’s Best Espresso, Northwest Barista Competition, and Northwest Brewer’s Cup Competition. The brand is also a three-time winner at the Good Food Awards in San Francisco, making Olympia Coffee among the most award-winning independent coffee companies in the state of Washington.For more information, visit the Olympia Coffee Roasting Co website.last_img read more

LNG Port Hearings Nov 4, 5

first_imgBy John BurtonThe local community has an opportunity to weigh in on the proposed and controversial liquid natural gas port off of the New Jersey and New York coast, both Wednesday, Nov. 4 and Thursday Nov. 5 with environmental groups seeing it as one last chance to voice opposition.The local public input session, sponsored by the U.S. Maritime Administration, will start with an open house, beginning at 4:30 p.m. each day, with the formal hearings slated from 6 to 10 p.m. at the Sheraton Hotel, Hwy. 35, Eatontown.The Port Ambrose liquid natural gas terminal has sparked vocal opposition from environmental groups while those proposing the plan insist it will offer additional energy independence. The Maritime Administration is also holding hearings in New York on Monday, Nov. 2 and Tuesday, Nov. 3, at the Long Beach Hotel, Long Beach, Long Island.
In addition to the public hearings, the public can continue to submit written comments until the end of November.“This is where the story is going to end,” said Cindy Zipf, executive director of Clean Ocean Action, one of the environmental organizations that have voiced staunch opposition for the plan. “Either we’re going to have an industrialized ocean off our coast or we’re not.”Representatives for Liberty Natural Gas, LLC, which is proposing the LNG, have continued to argue the facility will be a safe and effective way of storing the fuel off of the coast.Following the hearings, the maritime administration and the U.S. Coast Guard will evaluate the public comments and offer its recommendation and would be responsible for issuing the necessary permits. But before that, New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie and New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo will have a 45-day period to offer their take, with both having the ability to unilaterally veto the plan.As has been the case prior to the last public input sessions in January, calls to both governors’ offices seeking comment were not returned.But Christie back in 2011 did veto a similar proposal put forth by Liberty Natural Gas to establish a deep water natural gas terminal, Port Liberty, off of Asbury Park and had said publicly at the time he would continue to oppose such facilities off of New Jersey.State Senator Jennifer Beck and Assemblywoman Caroline Casagrande (both R-11) have also expressed their opposition.Liberty Natural Gas, Jersey City, is a privately held, for-profit holding company and is advised by the Toronto, Canada-based West Face Capital investment capital firm, according to information provided by Liberty Natural Gas.The firm would like to construct the terminal which would sit about 28 miles off Long Branch and 18 miles from Long Island, New York’s shore.Boaters let their objections known as they oppose the possible construction of a liquid naturalgas terminal off the New Jersey coast. Photo courtesy Clean Ocean ActionThe facility’s pipeline would run about 13 miles off Sandy Hook, Zipf maintained.Opponents see this as another unnecessary commercialization of the waterways, potentially environmentally harmful and posing a national security threat.“It’ll be very close to the most densely populated, urbanized area in America,” and could present a terrorist target, Zipf warned.Liberty Natural Gas, however, has maintained it would allow for an affordable and readily available supply of natural gas, helping stabilize prices, especially during the winter months, when natural gas can have wide price swings.Liberty said its position has been bolstered by the release of the maritime association and Coast Guard’s 4,000-plus page environmental impact statement, company representatives say support their assertion. Roger Whelan, Liberty’s chief executive officer said in a released statement that the report, “confirms that Port Ambrose is a safe and environmentally responsible project with minimum impact.”
Zipf countered by saying that report acknowledges the billions of gallons of Atlantic Ocean water that could be contaminated “and you read about the 46 million fish eggs and larvae they’re going to destroy.”last_img read more

Canucks Drop Decision to Phoenix Coyotes in Potential Playoff Preview

first_img Garry Valk at Sportsnet opined after the game that some of the breakdowns were a result of the new D pairings.  While I think that the old pairings were just fine, I think it was a bit of a reach.  None of the goals were really related to any mixups between the defense pairings, they were more the result of bad rebound control and poor forward defensive play. There will be a lot of attention paid to both Bieksa and Luongo after tonight’s game.  Bieksa finished minus-3 and clearly didn’t play the kind of game that he can.  Luongo gave up a couple of poor rebounds and wasn’t overly strong on a couple of the goals. That said, the defensive breakdowns tonight were a team effort.  I lost count of the number of odd-man rushes the Canucks gave up throughout the game, and the backchecking by the forwards, as a whole, left a lot to be desired.  This poor backchecking was a culprit on all the Coyotes’ goals at even strength, perhaps the worst being when Doan was allowed to stand at the side of the night jamming at the puck without being hit or moved away.On the positive front, if the Canucks and Coyotes play this game 10 times, the Canucks are going to win nine of them, based on their superior offensive talent.  The team generated more scoring chances tonight, with more regularity, than in any of their most recent efforts. Vigneault’s new line combinations appeared to rejuvenate some of the players.  Daniel and Henrik Sedin, held to one point combined in their last eight games, recorded three points tonight, playing with oft-maligned Mason Raymond.  Alex Burrows, jettisoned to the third line with Sammy Pahlsson and Jannik Hansen, was one of the team’s best forwards on the night, generating a number of scoring chances and recording six shots. I don’t believe these moves are permanent, however, Vigneault achieved what he desired – a more consistent effort from some of his top players.Overall, the Canucks played much better offensively tonight and this was a step in the right direction compared to recent efforts.  They generated a lot of shots and scoring chances, the twins looked like they returned to form, the power play got going, and all lines contributed offensively.  What felled the Canucks tonight was some bad luck and some poor goaltending, those problems not likely to happen frequently.  To channel my inner Alain Vigneault:  “It’s all part of the process.” GAME OBSERVATIONS While Luongo was not helped by his team, in reviewing the five goals allowed, two of them were a direct result of massive rebounds put into the wrong spot while another was a relatively weak goal which fluttered into the net from the blue line.  He also didn’t look great on Doan’s goal, as Luongo put himself out of position and Doan out-waited him and was able to jam it into the net.  Luongo will need to find a way to get back to his previous form before the playoffs. Also lost in the shuffle of this loss is the fact that the power play looked very good and finished the night two for three.  This is the first multi-power play goal game for the Canucks since the Boston game on January 7. As good as the new-look third line was, Kesler’s line was again the team’s best and most consistent on the night.  They’re doing a great job of getting the puck into dangerous areas and taking it to the net.  Kesler hit the crossbar again tonight and was stoned by Phoenix goalie Mike Smith on a first-period power play. Jannik Hansen actually appeared to play the game tonight, which is a step in the right direction.  Perhaps it was the addition of Burrows to the third line, but Hansen was the Hansen of old, using his speed to get in on the forecheck and deliver hits – he led all skaters with seven on the night. I’m not sure anyone noticed, but in the first game back after the recent NHL GM meetings, the referees called a few more obstruction penalties than we have seen recently.  Phoenix took three and at least two of them were the types of calls we haven’t been seeing lately.  The Canucks took only the Bieksa slashing penalty and a too-many-men bench minor. It looks like the days off did the team some good.  The passing was much more crisp and they moved the puck a lot faster than they have been recently.center_img Leigh Ramsden lives in Vancouver and is an avid Canucks fan, having been a partial season ticket holder for over 10 years. He’s old enough to have witnessed all three Stanley Cup losses, as such, his prime goal is to remove those scars by seeing a Cup brought to Vancouver. Leigh is Fighting For Stanley’s (www.fightingforstanley.ca/vancouver) west coast correspondent, and will also blog after all Canuck games for The Nelson Daily.After having a couple rest days off, the Vancouver Canucks hosted the also-struggling Phoenix Coyotes on Wednesday night at Rogers Arena.  In an atypical high-scoring affair for these teams, the Coyotes left Vancouver with a 5-4 win.The Canucks came out very strong in this game.  Coach Alain Vigneault juggled his lines and defensive pairings after giving the team two full days off, and the new combinations appeared to provide some spark throughout the lineup.  Vancouver jumped out a 2-0 lead in the first on goals by Alex Burrows and Ryan Kesler. Unfortunately, defensive lapses let Phoenix back into the game, as they tied it up at two after Rusty Klesla and Shane Doan replied for the visitors.  The Canucks probably felt unlucky going into the locker room tied, as they outshot Phoenix 18-13 and were carrying the game physically and possession-wise.The Canucks scored a power play goal in the middle of the second period when David Booth converted a nice give and go with Chris Higgins.  That goal, however, was bookended by Coyote goals from Oliver Ekman-Larsson and Gilbert Brule, which sent the Canucks into the third period down 4-3.  The period was more even as Phoenix was able to create a few odd-man rushes in their favour, but that said, the Canucks carried the play again for large stretches and outshot the Coyotes 15-13.Early in the third, Kevin Bieksa, who didn’t have a strong game on the stat sheet, took a marginal, but ill-advised, penalty when he slashed the stick out of Daymond Langkow’s hands. The Coyotes scored the eventual game-winner just nine seconds into the ensuing power play as Antoine Vermette beat Canuck goaltender Roberto Luongo after Luongo kicked a rebound to him in the slot.  Dan Hamhuis scored with just less than eight minutes left to get the Canucks to within striking distance, but they were unable to complete the comeback. Hopefully the Sedins are now “off the schneid”.  Their line was very dangerous tonight, and they looked very much better on the power play. The fourth line of Lapierre/Weise/Kassian was pretty good tonight, but again, Vigneault held them to under 10 minutes of icetime. As I noted, Bieksa was minus-3 tonight.  He was on the ice for all three even-strength goals against, but can’t be faulted on the first or third.  On the first, he fell victim to one of the aforementioned rebounds by Luongo.  The second was the Doan goal, and he didn’t play that one well.  On the third, he had just led a three on one down the ice offensively and was understandably behind the play when it went back up the ice.  That’s a goal where the high forward has to stay back a bit to cover for him. Kevin Woodley, who reports on the Canucks for NHL.com, noted on Twitter that he overheard a Canuck player telling an ex-teammate on the Coyotes (Labarbera, Torres, or Pyatt, presumably) that “they haven’t played a game that mattered in three weeks since the Detroit game”.  That is very telling as to the team’s mindset and lends credence to the view that they will get things going at the right time. IF THIS WERE A PLAYOFF GAMEIf this had been a playoff game, I believe the Canucks would have won.  They seemed to have higher intensity than did the Coyotes at a number of times throughout the game.  If it had been ramped up at all at other times, or another goal went in during the dominant first period, the game could have been over very early. The Canucks hit two posts as it was, and too many things went well for Vancouver tonight for them not to be rewarded for a game like this.  There were a couple defensive lapses and some questionable goaltending, but ideally those will not be a concern come playoff time. PARTING SHOTSChecking in on the Standings:  The Canucks remain solidly in second place in the Western Conference and are third overall.  In what I believe is the most important metric, only the two teams ahead of them in the standings (New York and St. Louis) have fewer regulation losses than does Vancouver (the Canucks sit with 20 to the others’ 18).  There are a couple other teams within a couple of games of that.Therefore, while Vancouver is now in the midst of its worst stretch of the year (2-4-2 in their last eight games), they are holding steady in the standings and, for the most part, are not losing ground.  Many of the league’s best teams are struggling at the moment, and Vancouver still ranks quite high when considering regulation losses.Broadcast Observation of the Night:  Sometimes I just don’t get where Garry Valk is coming from.  Tonight, he chose to throw blame on Bieksa and on the defensive pairings. I just didn’t see that these guys played that poorly.  I don’t think Bieksa would ever say he played “well” when he’s minus-3, but as I pointed out, the goals were far from being his fault.  As for the D pairings – in general, I thought they went pretty well and Edler was much better tonight than he has been of late.  That said – I have to agree with Valk on one point – I see no reason to split up Bieksa and Hamhuis on a long-term basis, they are arguably one of the best pairings in the league.Looking ahead: The Canucks play host to the scintillating Columbus Blue Jackets on Saturday night.last_img read more

Leafs ride performance of Adam Maida to 2-1 victory over Rebels

first_imgNelson outshot the Rebels 36-30 in the game.Castlegar and Nelson are tied for top spot in the division, but the Leafs have played one less game.Friday in Castlegar, Daniel Petten scored the winner at of 4:20 of overtime to lift the Rebels to victory.Nelson battled back from a two-goal deficit in the third to send the game into overtime.The KIJHL’s leading scorer, Bryan Lubin, Darren Medeiros, Mike Bhatoa and Jeremy McNeil scored for the Rebels.Michael Crawford with a pair, Austin Lindsay and Miller scored for the Leafs.Leaf captain Aaron Dunlap, Austin Seaman, Matt MacDonald and Crawford each finished with two points.Nelson now hosts the Spokane Braves Tuesday at the NDCC Arena.Game time is 7 p.m.BLUELINES: Nelson finished the month of November with a 6-5 record while Castlegar was 7-4 in 11 games. . . . Nelson’s  new defenceman Joel Huber did not register a point in two games, but helped an injury-riddled blueline. . . . Former Nelson Leafs Alec Wilkinson registered two points to help the Creston Valley Thunder Cats edge Beaver Valley 2-1 Friday. . . . The Leafs kept an eye on KIJHL leading scorer Bryan Lubin, who saw his lead shrink to two points. Netminder Adam Maida stopped all but one shot to backstop the Nelson Leafs to a 2-1 Kootenay International Junior Hockey League victory over rival Castlegar Rebels Saturday night at the NDCC Arena.The victory powered the Leafs into a tie for top spot in Murdoch Division standings and allowed Nelson to grab three of a possible four points in the home-and-home weekend series.Castlegar won Friday night 5-4 in overtime.Maida, who struggled in an earlier meeting between the two teams in Castlegar, was solid between the pipes as Nelson out shot the Rebels 36-30 in the game.The teams were tied 1-1 after one period.Ryan Rosich scored for Castlegar on the power play to open the scoring before Drew Carter tied the game for Nelson.Rayce Miller scored what proved to be the winning goal in the second period. The rest was up to Maida who stopped 22 shots in the final two periods to register his seventh win of the season.last_img read more

Brewerville Gets Magisterial Court

first_imgCeremony marking the official dedication of the Brewerville Magisterial Court was yesterday held in the city of Brewerville, Montserrado County.According to a Judicial release, the program was attended by officials of UNMIL, the Judiciary, local officials of Montserrado County and ordinary citizens of Brewerville.Turning over the newly constructed building to the Liberian Government, the principal rule of law officer in the office of the Deputy Secretary General Special Representative to Liberia, Catherine Marchi-Uhel, expressed delight at relationship between UNMIL and the Liberia Government especially the Judiciary. Madam Uhel said, UNMIL will continue to support the Liberian Judicial reform process.She urged the staff of the Brewerville Magisterial Court to take charge and proper care of the building and provide proper accountability for the rule of law in Brewerville.Receiving the keys to the building on behalf of the Chief Justice, Justice Francis S. Korkpor, Sr., the Court Administrator of the Supreme Court of Liberia, Cllr. Elizabeth Nelson, expressed Chief Justice Korkpor’s inability for not being at the program, which she attributed to the current work load in the high court.Cllr. Nelson said, the Judiciary is pleased with UNMIL continued assistance and informed the gathering that now that the Magistrate and his staff have a more comfortable, convenient, and hospitable working environment, they will be accountable to ensure that justice is impartial at all times.She promised UNMIL that the building will be properly maintained and asked the people of Brewerville to assist in the process.Speaking on behalf the people of Brewerville, the City Major commended UNMIL for its continuous support to Liberia even in the midst of Ebola. He also thanked Chief Justice Korkpor and the Associate Justices of the Supreme Court of Liberia for bringing relief to his people.Making remarks at the program, the Stipendiary Magistrate of the Brewerville Magisterial Court, Magistrate James Cooper, expressed joy at his new office and promised to, along with his staff, do his best in ensuring justice for all in Brewerville and its surrounding.The total cost of the project according to UNMIL, is US$30,042.20 and was constructed under its rule of law project, implemented by a Liberian construction Company, Fahnbulleh and Fahnbulleh General Construction Company.The goal and objectives of the project is to provide suitable environment to enhance the rule of law in Brewerville and surrounding communities.Share this:Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)last_img read more


first_imgKevin McHugh will lead Finn Harps out in their season opener against Shelbourne.Finn Harps have been handed a difficult fixture in the opening match of the season as the fixtures for the Airtricity First Division campaign was officially announced.Ollie Horgan will take his side to Tolka Park on Friday March 6th.They then welcome newcomers Cabinteely FC to Finn Park in their first home game of the season. They then face a trip south to take on Waterford United before entertaining Cobh Ramblers at home.Then they travel to Dublin to play UCD, before hosting Athlone Town at Finn Park.Harps will finish off the first series of games away to Wexford Youths.Harps have strengthened their squad by capturing Raymond Foy, Marc Brolly and Garbhan Friel. All three will feature for Harps in their pre-season friendly match with Cork City in Roscommon on Saturday morning.One player who won’t be available is Gareth Harkin, the influential midfielder misses out after sustaining a nasty elbow injury.Packie Mailey is still recovering following a knee operation in December.  FINN HARPS FACE AWAY TRIP TO TOLKA PARK IN LEAGUE OPENER was last modified: January 30th, 2015 by Mark ForkerShare this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pocket (Opens in new window)Click to share on Telegram (Opens in new window)Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window)Click to share on Skype (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new window) Tags:finn harpsfixturesnewssoccerSportlast_img read more

Photo library: Business and industry 23

first_img{loadposition tc}Click on a thumbnail for a low-resolution image, or right-click on the link below it to download a high-resolution copy of the image.» Download Business & Industry contact sheet (1.8MB) » Download full image library contact sheet (10.5MB) Northern Cape province: Sishen Mine, a Kumba Iron Ore mine. Construction on the new Sishen Expansion Project.Photo: Graeme WilliamsMediaClubSouthAfrica.com » Download high-res image Northern Cape province: Sishen Mine, a Kumba Iron Ore mine. The loading of the Sishen to Saldanha ore train; 216 wagons of 100 tons each make up each train.Photo: Graeme WilliamsMediaClubSouthAfrica.com » Download high-res image Northern Cape province: Sishen Mine, a Kumba Iron Ore mine. The loading of the Sishen to Saldanha ore train; 216 wagons of 100 tons each make up each train.Photo: Graeme WilliamsMediaClubSouthAfrica.com » Download high-res image Northern Cape province:Sishen Mine, a Kumba Iron Ore mine. The loading of the Sishen to Saldanha ore train; 216 wagons of 100 tons each make up each train.Photo: Graeme WilliamsMediaClubSouthAfrica.com » Download high-res image Northern Cape province: Sishen Mine, a Kumba Iron Ore mine. The loading of the Sishen to Saldanha ore train; 216 wagons of 100 tons each make up each train.Photo: Graeme WilliamsMediaClubSouthAfrica.com » Download high-res image Northern Cape province: Sishen Mine, a Kumba Iron Ore mine. The loading of the Sishen to Saldanha ore train; 216 wagons of 100 tons each make up each train.Photo: Graeme WilliamsMediaClubSouthAfrica.com » Download high-res image Northern Cape province: The primary crusher structure at the new Kumani Mine, near Kathu.Photo: Graeme WilliamsMediaClubSouthAfrica.com » Download high-res image Northern Cape province: The primary crusher structure at the new Kumani Mine, near Kathu.Photo: Graeme WilliamsMediaClubSouthAfrica.com » Download high-res image Northern Cape province: The primary crusher structure at the new Kumani Mine, near Kathu.Photo: Graeme WilliamsMediaClubSouthAfrica.com » Download high-res image BUSINESS AND INDUSTRY 23: {loadposition business}Having trouble downloading high-resolution images? Queries about the image library? Email Janine Erasmus at [email protected]last_img read more

Desktop Virtualization with MokaFive

first_img8 Best WordPress Hosting Solutions on the Market A Web Developer’s New Best Friend is the AI Wai… Why Tech Companies Need Simpler Terms of Servic… Related Posts Top Reasons to Go With Managed WordPress Hostingcenter_img audrey watters As we become more and more accustomed to storing and accessing information via the cloud, it’s likely that we’ll see increased pressures on IT departments to help manage, control and facilitate employees’ access to information – not just on their work stations, but on any number of personal and company computing devices. According to Punima Padmanabhan, Vice President of Products for MokaFive, desktop virtualization will help address what she sees as a growing trend, BYOC – Bring Your Own Computer. And while virtual desktop solutions aren’t new, MokaFive is evangelizing their platform-agnostic solution for client-side, rather than server-side implementation.Spurred in part by the rising popularity of personal smartphones, more and more employees want to be able to utilize their own computing devices – phones, netbooks, laptops – in lieu of company-issued ones. “Knowledge workers don’t want to be locked down,” says Padmanabhan, arguing that more and more employees want to have the flexibility to choose the hardware they use at work, and in some cases, use their own computing devices rather than company-issued ones. But this raises a lot of questions for IT: security, software installation and updates, support requests. MokaFive’s flagship product MokaFiveSuite addresses many of these issues, allowing IT departments to manage the delivery of secure virtual environments. Called LivePC, these images run locally, so end-users download a secure virtual desktop that can be run on any computer – Windows or Mac – and that can also be launched from a mobile device or USB stick. Updates and patches can be made to a single golden image that MokaFive can distribute to each LivePC. The product allows on- and offline access, as well as a single-button recovery from viruses and malware.MokaFive recently received $21 million in Series C funding, with investment from NGEN Partners, Khosla Ventures and Highland Capital Partners. Competitors include Citrix, RingCube and vThere. Tags:#cloud#Products last_img read more

Australian 20’s Boy’s Raffle Winners

first_imgThe winners of Australian 20’s Boys Raffle were: * Framed 2007 signed Melbourne Storm Jersey – Rae Williams* QLD State of Origin jersey signed by Cameron Smith – Tanya Lovett* $500 Woolworths Gift card – Justin Otto* Heinz Food Hamper 1 – Michael Chapman* Heinz Food Hamper 2 – Jackie Vella* Mixed Grocery Hamper – Neville Otto* Melbourne Storm Banner – Claire DillonThe raffle was drawn by Cathy Gray, Peter McNeven, Wayne Grant and Kerry Norman all of whom are part of the Touch Football Australia High Performance Program.The Australian 20’s Boy’s team would like to thank all those who purchased tickets in support of their campaign to win their Youth Trans Tasman division.Raffles conducted in accordance with columns 3 and 4 of the table at Q3 must have printed tickets. Information that must be printed on each raffle ticket includes:* the name of the declared community or charitable organisation to benefit from the raffle* the permit number, where a minor gaming permit is required and has been issued* the ticket price and the maximum number of tickets authorised by a permit* a description of each prize and its value* when and where the raffle will be drawn, and the method of publication or notification of the resultslast_img read more