The fourth annual Odessa Under 40 Awards Dinner and Gala has been scheduled for 6 p.m. June 19 at the Odessa Marriott Hotel and Conference Center, 305 E. Fifth St.Deadline to purchase tickets is Tuesday.Sponsorships are available. Proceeds benefit Young Professionals of Odessa.To reserve sponsorships or tickets email scanned form, email Carla Hartwig at [email protected] or call 432-333-7854.For other inquiries email [email protected] tinyurl.com/y8s8spnh. WhatsApp Previous articlePermian High School’s Class of 2021 GraduationNext articleJuneteenth Celebration Odessa American By Odessa American – May 30, 2021 Twitter Pinterest Pinterest Facebook Local News Twitter Facebook TAGSDinnergalaOdessa Under 40Young Professionals of Odessa WhatsApp Dinner and Gala
Sign up for our COVID-19 newsletter to stay up-to-date on the latest coronavirus news throughout New York The “Late show” will have a new face, but historic Ed Sullivan Theater will remain its home.New York State and CBS Wednesday announced that the “Late Show with Stephen Colbert” will remain in The Big Apple when the comedian takes over for David Letterman, who announced in April that he’d retire after hosting the show for 21 years. One week after Letterman’s on-air announcement, CBS said it agreed to a five-year deal with Colbert to take over the show.Colbert, the host of Comedy Central’s widely-popular satire show, “The Colbert Report,” in which he plays a conservative blowhard, will takeover in 2015. CBS has yet to reveal the date of Letterman’s last show.“We’re thrilled to continue broadcasting CBS’s ‘Late Show’ from New York and call the Ed Sullivan Theater its home,” said CBS President Leslie Moonves. “David Letterman has graced this hall and city with comedy and entertainment that defined a generation.“When Dave decides to pass the baton next year, we look forward to welcoming Stephen Colbert, one of the most innovative and respected forces on TV, to this storied television theater.”The agreement includes a commitment from CBS of 200 New York-based jobs to support the show’s year-round schedule.Ed Sullivan Theatre (Photo credit: Andreas Praefcke/WikiMedia Commons)CBS will be eligible to receive $11 million in tax credits as part of deal. Also, the state will provide CBS with a $5 million grant to offset renovations of Ed Sullivan Theater.The state in recent years has enticed large film productions to the state by offering generous tax breaks under the New York State Film Production Tax Credit program, which started in 2004. For some productions, the tax credit can be as high as 30 percent. The largest ever production in the state was “Amazing Spider Man 2,” which filmed for nine months at Grumman Studios and Gold Coast Studios in Bethpage.The state also lured NBC’s “The Tonight Show” to New York from California when its current host, Jimmy Fallon, replaced Jay Leno.
Exceptional credit union member services is one major attribute that sets credit unions apart from banks. The importance of providing members with services that exceed their expectations and anticipate their needs is critical to The Credit Union Difference. However, member services are not a one size fits solution… it’s much more complex. How can your credit union ensure you’re providing the best service to all your members? Taking a look at what makes a member different from the rest is a great first step. Address the needs of every member by first understanding what they expect.Baby Boomers (born between the years 1946 – 1964).Baby boomers are true loyalists to the branch office. They prefer to make their financial decisions or transactions at their local, trusted branch. While this generation has smart phones and uses them regularly, they don’t often pay bills or transfer money with them out of fear of possible mistakes, either on the part of the technology or their use of the technology. So when it comes to addressing the needs of your baby boomer members, acknowledge what they continue to value. Be sure that every interaction they have at the branch office is convenient and consistent. If your credit union is making strides to upgrade features digitally, be sure to keep your boomers in mind and create a strategy to get them involved with the updates in a way they will be comfortable and confident. This generation has a specific interest in healthcare and wealth management, so cater features to to address these needs.Generation X (born between the years 1961 – 1978) continue reading » 13SHARESShareShareSharePrintMailGooglePinterestDiggRedditStumbleuponDeliciousBufferTumblr
Nov 17, 2006 (CIDRAP News) – A Department of Health and Human Services official said today that loss of potency is affecting less than 20% of H5N1 avian influenza vaccine doses in the national stockpile, not a majority of doses as reported here yesterday.Bill Hall, an HHS spokesman in Washington, DC, said the agency has acquired a total of about 7.5 million doses of H5N1 vaccine to date, and about 200,000 of those have been used for research.About 1.4 million doses have begun to lose potency, Hall said. “That leaves about 5.9 million doses that are mostly in bulk, with some in vials, that still have potency,” he said. “That would treat about 3 million people.”Hall gave the numbers in response to the report here yesterday in which he was quoted as saying that a majority of vaccine doses in the stockpile had begun to lose potency. He said his comments were mischaracterized.HHS has been stockpiling H5N1 vaccine in preparation for the threat of an influenza pandemic sparked by the avian flu virus. In a Nov 13 pandemic planning update, HHS Secretary Mike Leavitt said the agency had enough vaccine on hand for about 3 million people. A previous update in July said the stockpile contained enough vaccine for about 4 million people.Hall cited the loss of potency in some of the vaccine as the main reason for the decrease in the number of people who could be immunized.Most of the vaccine was made by Sanofi Pasteur, but HHS also has bought some from Chiron Corp., Hall said today.He reiterated today that all vaccines and other biologic products have a limited shelf life. “The expected shelf life of seasonal flu vaccine is probably about a year,” so the fact that most of the stockpile is still good after about 2 years “is probably a good thing,” he said.Hall added that HHS-sponsored research now under way, particularly on the use of adjuvants (immune-boosting substances), may help to stretch the vaccine supply.See also:Nov 13 HHS pandemic planning updatehttp://www.flu.gov/professional/pdf/panflureport3.pdf
Jack SlaterSunday 27 Oct 2019 12:05 pmShare this article via facebookShare this article via twitterShare this article via messengerShare this with Share this article via emailShare this article via flipboardCopy link (Picture: Twitter) (Picture: quora)MORE: What is Diwali and what to say to someone celebrating the festival?MORE: The Big Bang Theory’s Kunal Nayyar breaks social media silence after four months to celebrate Diwali Happy Diwali 2019! A look at the best greetings, wishes and memes (Picture: Twitter)Diwali memesOf course, this being the generation of social media and memes, it wasn’t long until those taking part in celebrations started to poke fun at some of the quirks. (Picture: Twitter) Advertisement Advertisement Comment (Picture: Quora)A big message for this year’s Diwali was to try and limit how many firecrackers are lit, in a bid to make the festival more environmentally-friendly. People are joining in with the festivities online too (Picture: Rex Features)The festival of lights is lighting up social media.As Hindus, Sikhs and Jains around the world kick off Diwali celebrations, people have taken to social media to share heartfelt wishes, greetings and, of course, memes – with Big Bang Theory’s Kunal Nayyar breaking his four-month silence to join in.Here’s a round-up of what social media users and celebs are sharing for Diwali 2019.Celebrities wishing a Happy DiwaliMayor of London Sadiq Khan is just one of the many public figures sharing his Diwali wishes online.ADVERTISEMENTJeremy Corbyn, Arsenal FC and Boris Johnson have also posted messages of support and celebration. (Picture: Twitter) (Picture: Twitter) (Picture: Twitter) The FixThe daily lifestyle email from Metro.co.uk.Sign upFind out more