James Snyder View Comments Related Shows LaChanze Show Closed This production ended its run on March 22, 2015 If/Then Jenn Colella Star Files Anthony Rapp The wait is almost over: Tony winner Idina Menzel Jenn Colella, LaChanze, Jason Tam, Anthony Rapp, James Snyder and the cast of If/Then can now be seen outside the Richard Rodgers Theatre! Check out this Hot Shot of the musical’s brand new artwork, featuring the cast hanging out in the park together. Written by Tom Kitt and Brian Yorkey, If/Then is set at the intersection of choice and chance, where the road you takes meets the road you didn’t. Menzel will play Elizabeth, a woman rebuilding her life in New York, a city of infinite possibilities. Check out the cast in action, then catch If/Then, beginning March 5 on Broadway. Jason Tam Idina Menzel View All (6)
3SHARESShareShareSharePrintMailGooglePinterestDiggRedditStumbleuponDeliciousBufferTumblr Now that the Super Bowl is over (congrats, Broncos!), the normal flow of the universe is to direct our attention to spring training. And that got me thinking…spring training…training…compliance… compliance training! (Hey, it’s how a compliance geek’s mind works – you know what I’m talking about!)Surprisingly, there aren’t very many training requirements specifically stated in law or regulation. However, even when training isn’t specifically required by statute or regulation, it’s still critical that your credit union provide job-appropriate training for staff and board members. While staff members are responsible for carrying out many of the day-to-day requirements contained in regulations, and board members have the broad responsibility for directing and controlling the affairs of the credit union, both groups have a shared responsibility to ensure that your credit union complies with all applicable laws and regulations. In order to do so, they need to know the “what” and “why” of those laws and regulation.So, on to training that is specifically stated in law or regulation:Bank Secrecy Act [Section 5318(h)] — Requires financial institutions to have an anti-money laundering program that includes an ongoing employee-training program.NCUA Rules and Regulations §748.2(b) — Requires all federally-insured credit unions to have a Bank Secrecy Act program in writing, approved by the board of directors of the institution, and noted in the minutes. The program must provide training for appropriate personnel. However, while no interval is mandated for providing that training, from a practical standpoint (i.e., what examiners or auditors are looking for) you would be foolish to conduct training less than annually. continue reading »
Teachers Tammy Roell and Kristina Brooks passed out oranges (containing the message “Orange you glad it’s Catholic Schools Week”)Batesville, In. — St. Louis Catholic School celebrated Catholic Schools Week January 27 through February 1.The celebration included family Mass with coffee and doughnuts following. Teachers kicked off the week Monday with dance and Tuesday the doors were opened to the public for the open house, book fair, and display of the “wacky machines.”The week also included education about religious vocations and recognition of Mrs. Jill Hollins who was recently nominated for the St. Theodore Guerin Excellence in Education Award.Because of erratic weather, the talent show had to be rescheduled.
“He is a very good addition to the team because he can play virtually anywhere across the midfield. He has very good attacking play and I think he will be helpful for us in that number 10 role,” Sofapaka head coach John Baraza said.Baraza believes that the addition of four new players into the squad will inject some much needed competition and the team will now be able to fully compete for the KPL crown with Gor Mahia as well as challenge for their fourth Shield title.“I think we now have a very good team because looking at all departments, there is nowhere we are short. People should now start looking at us very seriously and we will not be easy to beat in the second leg,” the tactician further added.-Tusker sign GateriDavid Gateri after being unveiled as a Tusker FC player. PHOTO/Tusker FCMeanwhile, Robert Matano has continued with his revamp mission at Tusker FC with the acquisition of utility left footer David Gateri.The former Kenyan international has had unsuccessful stints at Bandari and Nakumatt and will be looking to resuscitate his career with the brewers.Matano has already brought on board Faraj Ominde from Chemelil Sugar and goalkeepers Patrick Matasi from Posta Rangers and Robert Mboya from Mathare United as he looks to lift the side from a poor campaign.Elsewhere, AFC Leopards who on Thursday signed Nigerian striker Alex Orotomal from Rwandese Premier League side Sunrise FC. This follows the acquisition of Saad Musa, Said Tsuma and Eugene Mukangula from Thika United.Head coach John Baraza believes with the four additions, the club will now be in place to challenge for at least one trophy and has warned they will be a tough team to beat in the second leg.0Shares0000(Visited 1 times, 1 visits today) 0Shares0000Rwandese Midfielder Justin Mico in action for Police during a past league match. PHOTO/Rwanda TimesNAIROBI, Kenya, Jun 29- Three-time Football Kenya Federation (FKF) Shield champions Sofapaka have completed the signing of attacking midfielder Justin Mico on a three year deal from Rwandese Premier League side Police FC.Mico becomes Sofapaka’s fourth signing of the mid-season transfer window with the club having already signed Piston Mutamba from Wazito FC, Dennis Odhiambo from Thika United and Wycliffe Kasaya from Mathare.