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first_img Published: Oct. 23, 2018 There’s a lot to plan for and consider before retirement. In an effort to help University of Colorado faculty and staff within five years of retirement feel more prepared, Employee Services will host Retirement Ready at the UMC’s Glenn Miller Ballroom on Nov. 5.Participants can customize their talk schedules when they register. Spouses and partners are welcome to attend.If you goWho: Faculty and staff within five years of retiringWhat: Retirement ReadyWhen: Monday, Nov. 5, 9 a.m. to 3 p.m.Where: UMC Glenn Miller BallroomRegister NowWhat is Retirement Ready?Retirement Ready presents a comprehensive overview of the ins and outs of retiring with PERA or CU 401(a) retirement plans, Medicare, Social Security and income options after retirement.Between talks, employees can fuel up with refreshments and stop by the Vendor Fair to speak with representatives from each presentation, get their questions answered, pick up informational material and set up appointments with TIAA.“If you are thinking about retiring within the next five years, I encourage you to take advantage of the resources available at Retirement Ready,” said Sharon Bishop, assistant vice president of benefits and payroll in Employee Services. “You have worked hard for your retirement. Let these knowledgeable professionals help you navigate through the details.”PresentationsCU’s Process for Retiring: 401(a) Participants: This talk for CU 401(a) participants explains university retiree benefit options and the process behind becoming a university retiree. Topics covered include eligibility requirements, the process of retiring with CU and available benefit options.CU’s Process for Retiring: PERA Participants:  This presentation will teach PERA participants about university retiree benefit options and the process behind becoming a university retiree. The talk covers topics such as eligibility requirements, the process of retiring with CU and available benefit options.Paying Yourself: Income Options in Retirement: It’s almost time to turn retirement savings into a regular monthly income. Learn about basic rules that govern the most common retirement accounts, when to tap into different assets and flexible income choices offered by TIAA.Preparing for Retirement from PERA: This session provides valuable planning information to help PERA participants to meet retirement goals. Topics include monthly and lump-sum benefit options, annual increases, tax implications and more.PERACare: Learn about the PERACare Health Benefits Program, including eligibility, pre-Medicare and Medicare plan choices, prescription benefits and other subjects.Medicare 101: This presentation covers the four basic parts of Medicare: Hospital Insurance, Medical Insurance, Medicare Advantage Plans and Prescription drug plans. Experts will detail how Medicare works with other insurances and provide helpful informational resources.Social Security: Social Security is a large part of retiring – one that often leaves people confused. This interactive lecture provides clarity on Social Security retirement benefits, pre-retirement planning and more.Visit the Retirement Ready website to view full event information and register. Categories:GeneralEvents & Exhibits Share Share via TwitterShare via FacebookShare via LinkedInShare via E-maillast_img read more

first_imgTraffic/Blind Faith/Spencer Davis Group multi-instrumentalist Steve Winwood will embark on a solo tour in 2015, playing a handful of dates across the US with his backing band. The musician has a long and storied career, with hits like “Gimme Some Lovin,” “I’m A Man,” and “Can’t Find My Way Home.”Winwood’s tour kicks off April 17th in Minneapolis, and wraps up on May 2nd in Birmingham, AL. Tickets go on-sale this Friday, December 12th, and can be found via Winwood’s website.April 17 – Minneapolis, MN – State Theatre April 18 – Chicago, IL – Chicago Theatre April 19 – Milwaukee, WI – Riverside Theatre April 21 – Detroit, MI – The Fillmore April 23 – Westbury, NY – Space At Westbury April 24 – Port Chester, NY – The Capitol Theater April 27 – New Brunswick, NJ – State Theatre April 28 – Baltimore, MD – Lyric Theatre May 2 – Birmingham, AL – U of A at BirminghamAlso, this is a really good song:last_img read more

first_img View Comments Ciara Renée Star Files Ryan Vasquez Related Shows Show Closed This production ended its run on Nov. 24, 2019center_img The Wrong Man Stage favorites Joshua Henry, Ciara Renée and Ryan Vasquez have been selected to headline multi-platinum composer Ross Golan’s new musical The Wrong Man, set to make its world premiere with off-Broadway’s MCC Theater this fall. The previously announced production, directed by Thomas Kail (Hamilton), will begin previews on September 18 ahead of an October 7 opening night at The Robert W. Wilson MCC Theater Space.Henry is a Broadway veteran who earned Tony nominations for The Scottsboro Boys, Violet and Carousel. Renée has been seen on Broadway in Big Fish and Pippin and off-Broadway in Tick, Tick…BOOM! Vasquez’s Broadway credits include Waitress, Hamilton and Wicked.Featuring a book, music and lyrics by Golan based on his concept album, The Wrong Man is set in Reno, Nevada, where Duran, a man just scraping by, is accused of a murder he says he didn’t commit.Golan has written hit songs spanning multiple genres for artists including Ariana Grande, Justin Bieber, Maroon 5, Charlie Puth, Flo Rida, Lady Antebellum, Selena Gomez, Pink, Michael Buble and Idina Menzel.The Wrong Man will feature choreography by Travis Wall and music direction by Taylor Peckham, with scenic design by Rachel Hauck, costume design by Jennifer Moeller, lighting design by Betsy Adams and sound design by Nevin Steinberg.The production is scheduled to play a limited run through October 27. Golan’s concept album of The Wrong Man will be released tomorrow. Joshua Henry, Ciara Renée & Ryan Vasquez(Photos: Emilio Madrid-Kuser for Broadway.com | DKC/O&M) Joshua Henrylast_img read more

first_img Farmington Voice Share this:Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pinterest (Opens in new window) Local residents can learn several life-saving techniques during a class offered on Tuesday, May 22, in Farmington Hills.The American Heart Association Heartsaver class features instruction in CPR (cardiopulmonary resuscitation) and use of the Automated External Defibrillator and First Aid. “Stop the Bleed” includes hands-on training in applying wound pressure and using tourniquets.The class is open to the public and will be held from 5:30 to 10 p.m. in the upstairs training room at Fire Station #4, 28711 Drake Road.The fee for the class and materials is $10 for residents of Farmington Hills/Farmington and $20 for non-residents. If you require an American Heart Association Certificate of Training, there will be an additional $20 fee for both residents and non-residents.Please note – all class participants who are seeking to achieve the Certificate of Training must be physically able to perform CPR/AED, which requires kneeling on the floor and using your arms and hands to perform continuous chest compressions.Participants must register and pay fees one week in advance to ensure the proper student to instructor ratio. Registration will be confirmed via email after the fee is received. Individuals who show up without paying the fee seven days in advance will be asked to wait and register for a future class. Participants must be at least 12 years old.To register, contact Sara West at [email protected] or 248-871-2802. Reported bylast_img read more

first_imgWest Florida cross country competes at North Florida Invitational Roman Kowalski set a personal-best time in the 5,000-meter race this weekend at the North Florida Invite. (Photo by Chris Nelson)   JACKSONVILLE, Fla. – The University of West Florida cross country team competed at the North Florida Invitational this weekend at Hodges Stadium on the campus of the University of North Florida.West Florida freshman Tim Wenger (Inverness, Fla./Citrus HS) led the Argonaut men in the 5,000-meter race with a seventh-place finish (15:29.40).”Tim (Wenger) ran a very strong race today and is having a great spring,” head coach John Bergen said. “The guys are starting to show some benefits from the training, and we should see several of the guys running their best in the final two meets of the spring.”UWF freshman Nick Merrett finished 19th overall (16:21.94) in his second race of the spring. Roman Kowalski (Pensacola, Fla./Catholic HS) set a personal-best time in the 5,000-meter race en route to a 14th-place finish (16:00.21) while Cody Haden (Navarre, Fla./Navarre HS) finished 16th (16:15.04).”Roman (Kowalski) turned in one of his best performances on the track, it was great to see him run well,” Bergen said. “Both Roman and Tim were slowed by injuries in the fall, but have come back very strong.”Martinique Sykes (Orange Park, Fla./Orange Park HS) placed 42nd overall in the 800-meter run (2:08.06) while Sam Hippely (Dade City, Fla./Wiregrass Ranch HS) finished 33rd overall in the 1,500-meter run (4:41.72).West Florida senior Sabrina Seignemartin (Navarre, Fla./Navarre HS) finished sixth overall in the 3,000-meter steeplechase (12:23.15).Junior Renea Porsch (Land O’ Lakes, Fla./Land O’ Lakes HS) finished 14th overall in the 5,000-meter run while sophomore Kelley Bahn (Tallahassee, Fla./Lawton Chiles HS) finished 15th (19:35.09). Sarah Smith (Snover, Mich./Lake Superior State University) set a personal-record in the 5,000-meters en route to a 21st-place finish (19:51.74) and Chelsea Humbert (North Fort Myers, Fla./North Fort Myers HS) placed 23rd (20:06.30).”Very solid day for those racing today. Nearly had four runners under 20 minutes for the 5,000 meters in the same race, which hasn’t been done before in UWF history on the track,” Bergen said. “Sarah (Smith) and Chelsea (Humbert) ran their best races so far, and it was great to see Renea (Porsch) and Kelley (Bahn) running with the lead pack for most of the race.”For information on all UWF athletics, visit www.GoArgos.com.Men:800-meter run: 42. Martinique Sykes, WEST FLORIDA, 2:08.06; 49. David Drumm, WEST FLORIDA, 2:26.38.1,500-meter: 33. Sam Hippely, WEST FLORIDA, 4:41.72; 35. Taylor Hickey, WEST FLORIDA, 4:43.76.5,000-meter run: 7. Tim Wenger, WEST FLORIDA, 15:29.40; 14. Roman Kowalski, WEST FLORIDA, 16:00.21; 16. Cody Haden, WEST FLORIDA, 16:15.04; 19. Nick Merrett, WEST FLORIDA, 16:21.94; 27. A.J. Cunningham, WEST FLORIDA, 16:49.04; 28. Jacob Slupecki, WEST FLORIDA, 16:55.68; 32. Andre Bordelon, WEST FLORIDA, 17:04.44; 34. Titus Cheruiyot, WEST FLORIDA, 17:10.23; 38. Brandon Skeie, WEST FLORIDA, 17:18.99; 39. Robert Abellera, WEST FLORIDA, 17:20.47.Women:3,000-meter steeplechase: 6. Sabrina Seignemartin, WEST FLORIDA, 12:23.15.5,000-meter run: 14. Renea Porsch, WEST FLORIDA, 19:22.20; 15. Kelley Bahn, WEST FLORIDA, 19:35.09; 21. Sarah Smith, WEST FLORIDA, 19:51.74; 23. Chelsea Humbert, WEST FLORIDA, 20:06.30; 27. Carley Kennedy, WEST FLORIDA, 20:30.07; 33. Jessica Gillard, WEST FLORIDA, 20:57.63.#ARGOS#      Print Friendly Versioncenter_img Sharelast_img read more

first_imgFollowing a string of commendable performances during the Golden Jaguars ‘League B’ campaign in the CONCACAF Nations League, international Daniel Wilson, stated that his goal is to become an integral member of the Men’s Senior Programme for the foreseeable future. This was disclosed by the central midfielder yesterday during an exclusive interview with Stabroek Sport. According to Wilson, who has been capped approximately 20 times at the senior level, he is at the optimum age to become a staple of the team.He stated, “I think for now going forward the aim should be a main factor in the national programme. At the age I am at right now, this is the right time and age to be breaking into the national team and with the setup they have now, it’s the right time for me.”Wilson has been a member of the starting XI in five of the previous six matches contested by the Golden Jaguars in League B of the CONCACAF Nations League, which indicates his growing importance to the national senior programme. Wilson, who was also the captain of Guyana’s U20 and U23 programmes, also featured during Guyana’s maiden campaign in the 2019 CONCACAF Gold Cup. He further said, “I am not different from the other players, we are aiming for the same goal. I bring the same mentality and winning spirit like everyone else who is a part of the team. As someone who is hard working and very much disciplined to the game, in terms of the quality and the talents I bring to the team, I should be there.”Asked if he considers himself an inspiration to the younger generation of players, given his status as a locally based player, he said, “First of all it’s an honour to represent the national team, I wouldn’t say that I am important to the team because I am just a member and because everyone is important. In terms of younger players looking up to me as a local member of the team, I would say to stay focused and there will be a chance for everyone once they are disciplined. I try my best in whatever picture that I am painting that it’s good and they can look up to me. You can’t paint a bad picture and want the younger players to look up to and follow you. You have to show them good and they will follow you.”Questioned about the impact the Covid-19 pandemic has had on his training schedule, he revealed, “This pandemic has affected everyone worldwide, not only sports. At the end of the day, you have to maintain your health and fitness and you have to live a healthy life sport or otherwise. This is all about health. While I miss the thing I love, at the end of the day, life and health is far more important.” He further added, “I would like the public to follow all the necessary guidelines because once they are keeping themselves safe, they will be keeping others safe. It starts from you and then others will be safe by your actions.”last_img read more

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first_img*This is wrong on so many levels.A Linden (New Jersey) high School defensive lineman is in hot water for playing dirty. And its not like he can say he wasn’t because he was caught on video doing so.The New Jersey high school player was seen pulling the helmet off of a blocker on the opposing team, and then while the player was on his hands and knees the Lineman knocked him upside the head with the helmet and walked away.Read more (and see the video) at EURThisNthat.last_img

first_imgCorofin face Nemo Rangers in the All-Ireland Senior Club Football Semi – Final on Saturday the 4th of January in Cusack Park, Ennis at 1.30. The dates, times and venues for the AIB Football and Hurling All-Ireland Intermediate and Junior Club semi-finals have been confirmed. The following day, Sunday the 5th Micheal Breathnach’s All-Ireland Junior Hurling Club Semi-Final with Russel Rovers from Cork will be played in Kilmallock Co Limerick and will throw in at 1.30. St Thomas will face Borris – Illeagh in the All-Ireland Senior Hurling Club Semi-Final at 4pm on the same day at the LIT Gaelic Grounds. A week later, on Saturday the 11th, Oughterard face Templenoe in the AIB GAA Football All-Ireland Intermediate Club Semi-Final at the LIT Gaelic Grounds throwing in at 2pm. TheFixtures for the Galway Teams are as follows: SaturdayJanuary 4th AIB GAA Football All-Ireland Senior Club Championship Semi-FinalCorofin v Nemo Rangers – Cusack Park, Ennis – 1.30pmSundayJanuary 5th AIB GAA Hurling All-Ireland Junior Club Championship Semi-FinalMicheal Breathnach v Russel Rovers – Kilmallock CoLimerick – 1.30pmAIB GAA Hurling All-Ireland Senior Club Championship Semi – Final St Thomas v Borris – Illeagh – LIT Gaelic Grounds Limerick – 4pm Sunday January 11th AIB GAA Football All-Ireland Intermediate Club Championship Semi-FinalOughterard v Templenoe – LIT Gaelic Grounds Limerick– 2pm print WhatsApp Facebook Twitter Emaillast_img read more

first_imgAn injury time free from Man of the Match Padraig Commins sealed a first county U20 A football title for Claregalway yesterday in Duggan Park as his side defeated Salthill Knocknacarra 0-9 to 0-8. Tommy Devane reports: After the game Tommy spoke to Man of the Match Padraig Commins, who scored all nine points for Claregalway… Tommy also caught up with Claregalway manager John Kilmartin…center_img print WhatsApp Facebook Twitter Emaillast_img