Governor and First Lady Wolf to Host National Night Out Event At PA Governor’s Residence Governor’s Residence, Press Release, PSA Harrisburg, PA – Governor Tom Wolf and First Lady Frances Wolf will host the second annual National Night Out event at the Pennsylvania Governor’s Residence today, Tuesday, August 2. The event will run from 5:30 p.m. until 7:30 p.m. and will proceed rain or shine. The Governor and First Lady will greet visitors at the event.“Now, more than ever, it is crucial that we build positive relationships between our tremendous Pennsylvania communities and those in law enforcement who work tirelessly to keep us safe,” said the Governor and First Lady. “We are excited to host the second National Night Out event at the Pennsylvania Governor’s Residence and hope that it can help to build these important relationships. National Night Out is a wonderful opportunity for the Governor’s Residence to serve as an open, community space for everyone to enjoy. We are thankful to the Pennsylvania State Police and Capitol Police for being a part of this event and we hope many of our neighbors and community members will be able to attend.”Visitors will have the opportunity to visit with Pennsylvania State Police Mounted Patrol, K-9 Unit and explore a State Police patrol car. They will also be able to explore a full-sized Capital Area Transit bus that will be on hand for tours and a “touch and feel” station provided by Pennsylvania Department of Conservation and Natural Resources. Martial Arts Master Vergara will provide martial arts demonstrations at 6:00 p.m. and 7:00 p.m. Pennsylvania Office of Administration’s Next Generation Taskforce will facilitate games and temporary tattoos for kids and additional activities and educational information will be provided by Big Brothers Big Sisters of the Capital Region, YWCA Greater Harrisburg, WITF, Capital Area Girls on the Run, American Red Cross of Central PA, and American Cancer Society.The Residence will serve light refreshments and will be open for tours of its gardens.The Governor’s Residence is located at 2035 North Front Street in Harrisburg. Parking is available along 2nd Street and in the private lot at the corner of 2nd and Maclay Streets. Guests should enter the Residence grounds through the 2nd Street gates. No large bags, totes or purses will be permitted, and some security measures will be in place.National Night Out is an annual community-building campaign that promotes police-community relationships in order to make our neighborhoods safer, better places to live. It is held annually on the first Tuesday of August in thousands of communities across all 50 states, according to the National Association of Town Watch.For more information on the Governor’s Residence, visit residence.pa.gov. For other National Night Out events in your area, visit natw.org.Like Governor Tom Wolf on Facebook: Facebook.com/GovernorWolf August 02, 2016 SHARE Email Facebook Twitter
Clattenburg was previously cleared of a complaint by Chelsea that he racially abused their player John Obi Mikel and has since taken charge of games involving the London club. The latest complaint was also dismissed after investigation by PGMOL and the Football Association. An FA statement last month read: “The FA can confirm it received a complaint from Southampton concerning referee Mark Clattenburg and his alleged comments made to their player Adam Lallana. “The FA has given its full consideration to this matter and it is our view that the comments, as disclosed in Southampton’s letter of complaint, do not constitute misconduct under the FA’s rules. “Consequently, the FA will not be taking any further action in relation to this matter and now considers this case to be closed.” Press Association Mark Clattenburg is to referee Southampton’s game at West Ham on Saturday, the first time he will have taken charge of a Saints game since they filed an official complaint against him. The Durham official angered Saints when, during their defeat to Everton on December 29, he told captain Adam Lallana: “You are very different now, since you’ve played for England – you never used to be like this.” The club reported those comments to referees’ governing body PGMOL and insisted it would be difficult for Clattenburg to take charge of their matches in future, but the referee was cleared of any wrongdoing.
Edwin Okon, head Coach of Rivers Angels termed the other teams familiar foes but believes the better team would always carry the day. He also expressed gladness at the accomplishment of his team and expects them to continue the trend they’ve set for the past six years. His words:
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“Coach Edwin” “Rivers Angels are the defending champions of the league and as a coach you must be proud of your wards at that level of your players or your team getting to level. So asking me how proud I am, I think I’m the happiest person as at today. It has been like that for six years and I think this year shouldn’t be different. They are all known foes, every team is good but the better side always carry the day.” “The teams are good and for the fact that you are going to play amongst yourself, I don’t think there’s going to be any problem about the draws. Really we didn’t start well, the challenges were at the beginning but you could see that nobody expected that we would get there but the momentum in the last phase was fantastic I think with that we have a chance of winning it.” Coaches of three teams present at the Nigeria Women Premier League (NWPL) Super 4 have been talking tough and have each vowed to pick up the title come the final day of the competition.Speaking to busybuddiesng.com at different interviews, each coach spoke about their different expectations and other issues in relation to their different teams. Although each of the coaches tried not to undermine the strength of the other teams, they have each vowed to pick up the title.For Coach Clifford Chukuwuma, Head Coach of Delta Queens, he believes that the fact that each team would be playing against each other in the tournament means there is no cause for alarm. He explained that his ladies had it tough at the beginning of the league season but gathered momentum towards the final stages and believe this would help increase the confidence of the ladies to claiming the title. 0:46 While for Coach Michael Oluwaseyi Olaoye- Assistant Coach Nasarawa Amazons, his players are ready for the challenge and the lack of fans won’t deter them from playing well on the pitch. He explained that the team despite been the only Northern team are in Benin City for the sole purpose of winning.Audio Playerhttps://www.busybuddiesng.com/wp-content/uploads/2017/10/Coach-Micheal.wav00:0000:0000:00Use Up/Down Arrow keys to increase or decrease volume.“I don’t see any team as a threat this season, because with what we’ve imbibed in our players this season, we are a team to beat. This season we are here to win, we are here for the business and the business of winning. Football is played on the field and it’s not played by the fans. Fans can motivate you but football is played on the pitch so we are ready.We don’t look at maybe it’s a neutral ground, it’s a ball game that we just come to the field to prove ourselves and we would do it. We are very ready to play and this season we don’t want to go anyhow we are here in Benin for business and the business of winning.” Audio Player00:0000:0000:00Use Up/Down Arrow keys to increase or decrease volume. “Coach Clifford” Related 1.