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Indianapolis, In. — Lt. Governor Suzanne Crouch today announced nine appointments to the Indiana Main Street Council.The lieutenant governor made the following appointments:Valecia Crisafulli (Madison), Director of Madison Main Street;Maria Davis (Angola), Downtown Services Coordinator at the City of Angola;Marsh Davis (Indianapolis), Executive Director of Indiana Landmarks;Jay Ellis (Indianapolis), Executive Director of Jeffersonville Main Street;J.P. Hall III (Muncie), Assistant Professor of Historic Preservation at Ball State University;Danielle McGrath (Indianapolis), Senior Vice President for Corporate Strategy, Policy and Foundation at Indiana Economic Development Corporation;Mark Newman (Indianapolis), Executive Director of the Indiana Office of Tourism Development;Lewis Ricci (Indianapolis), Executive Director of the Indiana Arts Commission; andAshley Willis (Petersburg), Executive Director of the Pike County Economic Development Corporation.The Indiana Main Street Council will advise and assist the Indiana Main Street program, and term limits will expire on June 30, 2021.Administered by the Indiana Office of Community and Rural Affairs, the Main Street program is founded on a four point approach to downtown development: organization, design, promotion and economic vitality. The program encourages economic development, redevelopment and improvement to the downtown areas in Indiana cities and towns.
The competition, launched by Goal.com Nigeria and the University of Sussex, was open to final year students in higher institutions and serving NYSC corps members across the country.The winner was given an all expenses paid trip to attend the 2016 Writivism Festival in Kampala, Uganda, a foremost gathering of writers in Africa.At Thursday’s ceremony, the winner, as well as finalists of the essay competition, will be awarded prizes and certificates.The ceremony will be attended by Mr Amaju Pinnick and Seyi Akinwunmi, President and 1st Vice President of the Nigeria Football Federation, award judges Professors Richard Follet of Sussex and Dipo Salami of the Obafemi Awolowo University, Ile Ife, other dignitaries including officials of the NYSC, AIESEC and Nigeria Olympic Committee.After the launch, the e-book will be downloadable free of charge on the Goal.com and University of Sussex websites.Share this:FacebookRedditTwitterPrintPinterestEmailWhatsAppSkypeLinkedInTumblrPocketTelegram Football website Goal.com Nigeria and the University of Sussex will on tomorrow, September 8, 2016, launch an e-book in commemoration of the 20th anniversary of Nigeria’s victory in the men’s football event of the 1996 Olympic Games.The e-book with title, ‘Nigeria’s Olympics: Sports and National Development’ is a collection of essays from the #WritingGamesNG essay competition that took place in August and is co-edited by Lolade Adewuyi and Tosin Adebisi.“We see this e-book as an important contribution to Nigerian sports and scholarship that needs to be encouraged in our country as a reminder of its important football heroes,” the editors said.
Zlatan Ibrahimovic netted a superb goal just four minutes into his Manchester United debut and promised that there would be much more to come after they thrashed Turkish side Galatasaray 5-2 in a friendly in Gothenburg on Saturday.The 34-year-old Swede, who arrived at Old Trafford on a free transfer after a trophy-laden four-year spell with Paris St Germain, wasted no time in making his presence felt, flinging himself into the air to meet Antonio Valencia’s cross.He did not get the cleanest contact on the ball but his scissors kick bounced past Fernando Muslera in Galatasaray’s goal and sent thousands of Swedish fans into raptures.Zlatan Ibrahimovic scored after just four minutes as Manchester United put five past Galatasaray in Gothenburg.The Swede came out to a rapturous ovation in front of his home fans on his United debut, with every touch cheered vociferously. And it only took him three minutes to open his account, the former PSG man meeting Valencia’s cross with an acrobatic scissor kick that looped off the turf and beyond Nestor Muslera.Despite their lightning start, United found themselves trailing at half time thanks to goals from Sinan Gumus and Bruma, the latter curling an unstoppable shot past David de Gea and into the far corner.Jose Mourinho’s half time talk seemed to do the trick and United were a different class after the break, a Wayne Rooney brace and two futher goals from Marouane Fellaini and Juan Mata completing the rout. –Follow Joy Sports on Twitter: @JoySportsGH. Our hashtag is #JoySports