Vermont Business Magazine A number of Vermont education leaders have released the following statement, which has also been signed by Governor Peter Shumlin and Governor-elect Phil Scott. A full list of signers is copied below.It states that Vermont will continue to support all Vermonters and welcome people of all backgrounds.“Vermont has fought for centuries for freedom and unity, equity and openness. Vermont remains a beacon of hope and opportunity, community and shared humanity. Vermont was the first to commit to the abolition of slavery in our state constitution and a leader in the fight for marriage equality. We will continue to support all Vermonters and welcome people of all backgrounds to the Green Mountain state.“We, the undersigned, condemn any acts of unlawful discrimination, violence, and intimidation that target differences in national origin, race, sex, gender, religion, disability, or political viewpoint across our nation. Such acts run counter to the rights and freedoms upon which our country was founded and to the core values of the state of Vermont.“Vermont is committed to fostering welcoming communities and an equitable, diverse, and inclusive society.”Lisa Ventriss, president of the Vermont Business Roundtable, said: “The Board of Directors believe that it is important to clearly articulate, on behalf of the full membership, a commitment to those principles that shape a representative democracy and that embrace all communities as equally deserving of those rights and freedoms.”SIGNED:Governor Peter Shumlin Governor-elect Phil ScottLisa M. Ventriss, PresidentVermont Business RoundtableT. Gregory Dewey, PresidentAlbany College of PharmacyMariko Silver, PresidentBennington CollegeDavid Wolk, PresidentCastleton UniversityMichelle Ollie, PresidentCenter for Cartoon StudiesDon Laackman, PresidentChamplain CollegeLawrence Jensen, Interim PresidentCollege of Saint JosephJoyce Judy, PresidentCommunity College of VermontRobert Kenny, PresidentGoddard CollegeRobert Allen, PresidentGreen Mountain CollegeElaine Collins, PresidentJohnson State CollegePeter Eden, PresidentLandmark CollegeNolan Atkins, Interim PresidentLyndon State CollegeKevin Quigley, PresidentMarlboro CollegeLaurie Patton, PresidentMiddlebury CollegeRichard Schneider, PresidentNorwich UniversityDonald Steinberg, PresidentSchool for International Training Graduate InstituteDavid Rees Evans, PresidentSouthern Vermont CollegeMatthew Derr, PresidentSterling CollegeJohn Neuhauser, PresidentSaint Michael’s CollegeTom Sullivan, PresidentUniversity of VermontRoger H. Sublett, PresidentUnion Institute and UniversityMarc B. Mihaly, President and DeanVermont Law SchoolThomas Greene, PresidentVermont College of Fine ArtsJeb Spaulding, Chancellor Vermont State Colleges Pat Moulton, Interim PresidentVermont Technical CollegeScott Giles, President & CEOVermont Student Assistance CorporationSource: Governor’s office 11.18.2016
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On Thursday, 23 May 2013, Hamburg Süd celebrated the double christening of its container ships “Cap San Nicolas” and “Cap San Marco” at the Hyundai Heavy Industries yard in Ulsan (South Korea). With a nominal slot capacity of 9,600 TEU, the two newbuildings are Hamburg Süd’s largest-ever vessels and, with 2,100 reefer plugs, the ships with the largest reefer capacity worldwide at present.The sponsor of the “Cap San Nicolas” is Narcisa Oetker, wife of Ferdinand Oetker, Partner in Dr. August Oetker KG and Director of Bankhaus Lampe. The “Cap San Marco” was christened by Doris Deichmann, wife of Fred Deichmann, Managing Director of Hamburg Süd subsidiary Columbus Shipmanagement GmbH.The container ships are the first of a series of six newbuildings of the new “Cap San” class. After her delivery the “Cap San Nicolas” will be phased into the shipping group’s liner service between Asia and South America East Coast in June. The “Cap San Marco” is to be deployed in the same service in July.Two more “Cap San” ships will be delivered at the Korean yard in the current year. The last two units of this series are then due to be handed over to Hamburg Süd in January 2014.[mappress]Hamburg Süd, May 24, 2013
He partnered Eros Pisano as City’s two centre-halves against Plymouth Argyle, before shifting to left-back as the game progressed.The pair were given the nod in place of Adam Webster, who made an appearance off the bench after starting City’s two league games to date, while others are missing through injury.Club captain Bailey Wright (quad) remains out, while Jens Hegeler (hip) isn’t yet match ready and Nathan Baker and Taylor Moore (both ankle) are also recovering.”I thought Lloyd Kelly was excellent,” Johnson said in his post-match press conference last night.”I thought he was fantastic. There was one pass I was disappointed with, he played it with the outside of his boot which was more of an attitude error, rather than a technical error, but apart from that he was outstanding in the way he read the the game: he’s strong, quick, competed with headers and he’s smooth on the ball.”However the head coach added: “We have centre-halves out injured: Jens Hegeler, Taylor Moore, Bailey Wright, Nathan Baker and our young loaned out centre-halves too….it’s caught up with us.”Baker has suffered an ankle injury, with the head coach revealing he is “touch and go for the weekend” when City host Middlesbrough.Secure your tickets
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