Sonnax has entered into a contract to purchase the Ben & Jerry’sDistribution Warehouse in Bellows Falls, VT.Closing for the transactionis scheduled for Oct. 1, 2003. Reconfiguration and renovation will takeapproximately two months after the closing, and they expect to be fullyoperational in December of 2003.All finished goods ready for sale will belocated in the new facility. In addition, the Engineering Department and anew Technical Center for the development of new products will be based inthe new facility. Expansion is expected to add at least seventy-five jobsover the next five years.
The Vermont Ski Museum is inducting four new members into its Hall of Fame. Larry Damon, Bob Gray, Hilary Engisch Klein and Johannes von Trapp will be inducted at a ceremony in Stowe on October 24.Hall of Fame Induction 2010Tickets are selling QUICK!Please join us for a very special evening as we honor four of Vermont’s most influential skiers: Larry Damon, Bob Gray, Hilary Engisch Klein and Johannes von Trapp. Sunday, October 24thStowe Mountain LodgeStowe, VT5:00 PMReception, cash bar and silent auction 6:30 PMDinnerInduction Ceremony Presentation of the Paul Robbins Ski Journalism Award to Hank McKeeLive Auction!Big Spruce Chair donated by Stowe Mountain ResortLodging Information: For the best available rate at Stowe Mountain Lodge, please call (800) 829-7629. The Inn at the Mountain is offering a rate of $85/night. Please call (800) 253-3654. The Commodore’s Inn is offering a rate of $88/night. Please call (800) 44-STOWE (78693).Tickets:VSM members $100/ticketNon members $125/ticketPatron’s table. Reserved seating for 8 $1000/tableRSVP by October 10th by calling Meredith Scott at (802) 253-9911 ext. 202 or by logging onto www.vermontskimuseum.org(link is external).
They were moved to the next level at the second graduation ceremony of the UBEB/KCCN Taekwondo Programme held in Abuja.A member of KCCN Taekwondo coaching crew, Abdulmalik Saidu, disclosed that of the 109 students that attended the programme, only 81 of them were promoted into their next levels.The Korean Centre initiated the programme in 2013 while the first graduation was held in 2018.Saidu applauded the talent of the students, saying that they have already surpassed the expectations of the coaching crew.“We are doing our best to ensure that they don’t only become champions locally but become Olympians in the nearest future. When I see their raw talent, I am really impressed and I believe the future of taekwondo in Nigeria is bright if the government gives the necessary supports,“ Saidu stressed.Some of the kids who excelled at the programme included Amir Mohammed and Fatima Mohammed of Model Primary School, Maitama. They were named the best in the male and female categories respectively.Others were Noah Stephen and Ruqayyat Abdulrahman from LEA Zone 3 Primary School and Victor Disu and Amina Mohammed of Model Junior Secondary School, Maitama.Share this:FacebookRedditTwitterPrintPinterestEmailWhatsAppSkypeLinkedInTumblrPocketTelegram Olawale AjimotokanEighty one students drawn from four schools in the FCT have been upgraded by the Korean Cultural Centre, Nigeria, (KCCN) for their artistry in taekwondo.The successful students were from Model Primary School, Maitama, LEA Zone 3 Primary School, Model Junior Secondary School, Maitama and LEA Primary School, Wuse 5, Zone 1.