TD Banknorth Donates $48,000 to Vermont CharitiesBurlington, VT – TD Banknorth, through the TD Banknorth Charitable Foundation, recently donated a total of $48,000 to several charitable organizations across Vermont. The funding will help strengthen Vermont communities through the support of the cultural arts, youth development programs and literacy initiatives.”At TD Banknorth, we believe it’s important to invest wisely with organizations that keep our communities strong and vital.” stated Philip R. Daniels, President of TD Banknorth in Vermont. “But our commitment is more than just a financial investment. Our employees are committed to making a difference by volunteering their time to mentor a child, teach financial literacy or offer their business expertise to local non-profits. We’re very proud of our employees and their commitment to the communities where they live and work.”TD Banknorth awarded grants to the following organizations:* Boys & Girls Club of Burlington, Burlington* Everybody Wins!, Montpelier* Nordic Spirit Soccer Club Inc, Essex *unction* Recycle North YouthBuild, Burlington* Shelburne Museum, Shelburne* Vermont Adult Learning, Montpelier* Vermont Campus Compact, Middlebury* Vermont Small Business Development Center, Randolph Center* Windham Child Care Association Inc, BrattleboroTD Banknorth Vermont is proud to support the Vermont Campus Compact, lead agency for Vermont’s 1st Annual National and Global Youth Service Day (GYSD). Scheduled for April 25th-27th, the 2008 Global Youth Service Day is the largest service event in the world. Across Vermont, it will feature multiple and varied youth-led service projects focused on literacy, the environment, healthcare, hunger, elder services and more. Through a generous gift from the TD Banknorth Charitable Foundation, participating youth project leaders may apply for funding to put their “Ideas into Action” by creating and implementing projects for the 1st Annual National and Global Youth Service Day For more information about the 2008 Global Youth Service Day is available at www.vtcampuscompact.org(link is external).About the TD Banknorth Charitable FoundationThe TD Banknorth Charitable Foundation is the charitable giving arm of TD Banknorth Inc., a leading banking and financial services company headquartered in Portland, Maine. The Foundation’s mission is to serve the individuals, families and businesses in all the communities where TD Banknorth operates, having made over $22 million in charitable donations since its inception in 2002. The efforts of the Foundation are coordinated locally through TD Banknorth’s community development department and are focused on the areas of economic empowerment, youth development and community support. More information on the TD Banknorth Charitable Foundation including an online grant application is available at www.TDBanknorth.com(link is external).About TD Banknorth Inc.TD Banknorth Inc. is a leading banking and financial services company headquartered in Portland, Maine, and a wholly-owned subsidiary of TD Bank Financial Group headquartered in Toronto, Canada. TD Banknorth is one of the 25 largest commercial banking organizations in the United States, with over $58 billion in assets. TD Banknorth’s banking subsidiaries include TD Banknorth, N.A., which operates banking divisions in Connecticut, Maine, Massachusetts, New Hampshire, New Jersey, New York, Pennsylvania and Vermont, and TD Bank USA, N.A. TD Banknorth and TD Banknorth, N.A. also operate subsidiaries and divisions in insurance, wealth management, merchant services, mortgage banking, government banking, private label credit cards, insurance premium financing and other financial services and offers investment products in association with PrimeVest Financial Services, Inc. For more information, visit http://www.TDBanknorth.com(link is external).###
INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. — Lt. Governor Suzanne Crouch, in collaboration with the Indiana Family and Social Service Administration’s Division of Aging, announced that 21 senior citizens will receive the 2018 Golden Hoosier Award.There were more than 80 submissions from individuals across the state.The award began in 2008 and annually honors Hoosier senior citizens for their years of service and commitment to the state.3 of the 21 recipients are from Southeast Indiana, Michael Stephens from Versailles, Marlene Fudge from Rushville, and Ray Black from Madison.A ceremony will be held on June 21 at the Indiana Statehouse to celebrate their achievements.
Desai also reached a personal milestone of 300 Pro Kabaddi points with the raids. But sadly for Titans, the defenders struggled to replicate their first half form, with Vishal making a mistake on an ankle hold that allowed Pune’s Manjeet to escape with a 4-point Super Raid four minutes after the restart.The move allowed Pune to open up a 6-point lead which they went on to hold firmly.Balasaheb Jadhav, who has certainly been Pune’s find of the season, came in the second half to solidify the defence while Manjeet and Nitin Tomar took care of the raiding duties.Nitin Tomar reached a milestone of 400 Pro Kabaddi points towards latter stages of the match as Pune saw out the late challenge from the Telugu side. For all the Latest Sports News News, Other Sports News, Download News Nation Android and iOS Mobile Apps. New Delhi: Puneri Paltan produced an all-round performance to beat Telugu Titans 34-27 in a Pro Kabaddi League match at the jam-packed Thyagaraj Sports Complex here on Friday.Nitin Tomar (8 points) and Manjeet (9 points) were among points for Anup Kumar coached Pune side, despite a record-setting defensive display by the Titans.The Titans produced 7 Super Tackles, as they jumped to the tenth place in the points table.Pune dominated the initial minutes of the match, thwarting Siddharth Desai’s raids while Nitin Tomar picked up valuable raid points at the other end.But Titans’ defender Vishal Bhardwaj, who has made a name for himself as the king of Super Tackles in Season 7, sparked off a series of Super Tackles, ably supported by his teammates Abozar Mighani and Amit Kumar, to keep the Titans in the game.The Telugu team produced 5 Super Tackles in the first half as Vishal Bhardwaj raced to a High 5 (awarded to defenders with five or moretackle points) but the defensive masterclass was not enough to prevent an All-Out in the final minute of the half which ended 17-14 in favour of the Pune side.Siddharth Desai was in no mood to let Pune dominate him and started the second half positively, picking four points in his first four raids of the half.