I know many Canadian credit union leaders that have participated in the program. It’s not for the faint of heart. You are away from your family for around 4 weeks. Many times the living conditions of the villages that you travel to include no running water and no access to technologies that we take for granted. You are going to see people living a way of life that you never thought was imaginable.I applaud Debbie for the courage and leadership she has shown along her journey. I would encourage you all to follow her at http://neddow.blogspot.ca/ to see someone that is truly making a difference in the lives of people.She is a Canadian Cooperative Champion. 1SHARESShareShareSharePrintMailGooglePinterestDiggRedditStumbleuponDeliciousBufferTumblr,Devin Selte Devin Selte is a 15 year veteran in the credit union industry all with Servus Credit Union. On top of his position as Branch Manager in Stony Plain, he is … Web: www.servus.ca Details Canadians are known around the world as being friendly, hospitable, and helpful. These are great qualities that go hand in hand for those Canadians that work within the credit union movement. Many of us are entrenched in living the credit union mission of people helping people, and embracing our cooperative values, specifically that of cooperation among cooperatives.But there are some of us that take it to a whole new level. There are those that are willing to take themselves out of their comfort zone, take time away from their families, and thrust themselves into a world that is completely unknown to them all for the sake of making a difference in the lives of others.One of these people is Debbie Neddow.Debbie is a credit union lifer. She lives and breathes the cooperative spirit like very few people I have ever met before. She has also been my boss for the past 4 months.Last year, Debbie applied to take part in the Canadian Cooperative Associations Credit Union Management Coaching program. This program allows for Canadian credit union leaders to volunteer to share their knowledge and experience to help make credit unions better in the countries of Malawi, Uganda, Kenya, Ghana, or Mongolia. Debbie was selected to travel to Ghana and departed two weeks ago for this incredible cooperative adventure.
While a pharmacy major at Toledo by day, Brandon Urasek is now making his mark in the journalism scene specializing in fantasy football and all things Cleveland sports. A five time fantasy football league champ and two time runner-up in ten tries, Brandon strives to help people with their lineups each week in both personal and weekly fantasy leagues in addition to covering the other various Cleveland teams. Follow Brandon on twitter @burasek10 I did well with the Rams last week and that was about it. I found most of my loves and hates were pretty spot on and I wish I put some of them in my starting lineup. Instead I ended up with a middle of the road team in a bad week to do so with a lot of guys having huge games. This week sparks the revitalization of Antonio Brown with Roethlisberger coming back and maybe the return of Dez. Let’s get it going again and as always feel free to comment with any questions whether it’s Fanduel or your own fantasy league related, or better yet you can contact me through twitter @burasek10 or email [email protected] Pages: 1 2 3 4 Related TopicsFantasy FootballFantasy Football Week 8NFLNFL Week 8 Brandon Urasek
Wellington Police notes: Monday, January 29, 2018•5:13 a.m. Officers took a report of a mental subject in the 900 block W. 7th, Wellington.•5:53 a.m. Officers took a report of a mental subject in the 900 block W. 7th, Wellington•5:13 a.m. Officers investigated making a false alarm in the 900 block W. 7th, Wellington.•7:59 a.m. Dustin L. Black, 29, Wellington was arrested and charged with making a false alarm.•8:18 a.m. Non-injury, private property accident in the 1500 block N. A, Wellington involving a vehicle operated by Steven R. Berge, 49, Wellington and a parked and unoccupied vehicle owned by William T. O’Keeffe, Wichita, Ks.•12:35 p.m. Officers investigated a theft of a ring in the 600 block N. Elm, Wellington.•1:44 p.m. Officers took a report of an animal bite in the 900 block S. Washington, Wellington.•2:20 p.m. Non-Injury accident in the 800 block E. Harvey, Wellington involving vehicles operated by Andre D. Fowler Jr., 19, Wellington and Josephine L. Seyfert, 61, Wellington.•2:43 p.m. Officers investigated driving while license is suspended in the 800 block E. Harvey, Wellington.•3:01 p.m. Officers investigated a theft of a motorcycle in the 1200 block W. 8th, Wellington. It was recovered.•3:17 p.m. Andre D. Fowler Jr., 19, Wellington was arrested, charged and confined with driving while license is suspended.•3:41 p.m. Andre D. Fowler Jr.,19, Wellington was issued a notice to appear for driving while license is suspended and failure to yield right of way.