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May 19, 2020 Español, Press Release, Public Health El Gobernador Tom Wolf anunció hoy que los distribuidores de alimentos de Pennsylvania recibirán más de $50 millones de los $1.2 mil millones en fondos para el programa de cajas de alimentos que van directo de los agricultores a las familias (Food Box Farmers to Families) del Departamento de Agricultura de los Estados Unidos. El dinero financiará la compra de excedentes de leche y otros productos lácteos, al igual que pollo, cerdo y productos frescos de los agricultores de Pennsylvania que perdieron los mercados para sus productos debido a la pandemia de COVID-19. Los distribuidores trabajarán con bancos de alimentos y otras organizaciones sin fines de lucro en todo el estado para llevar cajas de alimentos a las familias de Pennsylvania que sufren inseguridad alimentaria.“Este financiamiento vital pondrá alimentos frescos y nutritivos en las mesas de los residentes de Pennsylvania y dinero en los bolsillos de nuestros agricultores”, dijo Wolf. “La Administración Wolf ha promovido este y otros apoyos específicos para nuestra industria agrícola, y nos complace que estos fondos complementen otros fondos estatales y federales específicos para combatir el desperdicio de alimentos y la inseguridad alimentaria en Pennsylvania”.Una lista completa de los contratos adjudicados se puede encontrar en el sitio de Internet del Departamento de Agricultura de los Estados Unidos (USDA). Los contratos de Pennsylvania se adjudicaron de la siguiente manera.ALL Holding Company, Harleysville, Montgomery Co. – $18,000Brian Campbell Farms, Berwick, Columbia Co. – $900,000Clemens Food Group, Hatfield, Montgomery Co. – $3,669,158Common Market Philadelphia, Inc., Philadelphia, Philadelphia Co. – $5,760,000Dertstine’s Inc., Sellersville, Bucks Co. – $5,962,356Farm to Table Buy Local, Pittsburgh, Allegheny Co. – $281,880John Vena Inc, Philadelphia, Philadelphia Co. – $1,800,000Lancaster Farm Fresh Cooperative, Lancaster, Lancaster Co. – $1,365,000Marburger Farm Dairy, Evans City, Butler Co. – $78,636Mid-Atlantic Regional Cooperative/Feeding Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, Philadelphia Co. – $3,772,314Monteverde’s Inc., Pittsburgh, Allegheny Co. – $1,440,000Novick Brothers Corp., Philadelphia, Philadelphia Co. – $502,737Paragon Wholesale Foods, Warrenda, Allegheny Co. – $3,816,000Schneider Dairy Inc., Pittsburgh, Allegheny Co. – $4,270,000Stanley Marvel Inc., Bensalem, Bucks Co. – $14,427,840T.M. Kovacevich, Philadelphia, Philadelphia Co. – $2,054,333Turner Dairy Farms Inc., Pittsburgh, Allegheny Co. – $315,450Para recibir más información sobre seguridad alimentaria en Pennsylvania, incluida información sobre los recursos y las medidas tomadas por la Administración Wolf, visite Agriculture.pa.gov/foodsecurity. Para obtener la información más exacta y oportuna relacionada con la salud en Pennsylvania, visite on.pa.gov/coronavirus.View this information in English. SHARE Email Facebook Twitter Gobernador Wolf: Los distribuidores de alimentos de Pennsylvania reciben $50 millones para cajas de alimentos que van directo de los agricultores a las familias
Despite the painful loss to rivals, Kotoko, in Sunday’s NC Special Tier 1 Competition semi-finals, Hearts of Oak head coach, Kim Grant, still has a lot of respect and admiration for his players.The Phobians needed to a 94th minute penalty from Christopher Bonney to bring them back into the game after conceding in the 5th minute of the first half.Unfortunately, they failed to match Kotoko’s precision in the shootout and lost 5-4.However, despite failing to make the finals, Grant said after the match that he was very pleased with the efforts the players had given on the day and all through the tournament.“What I would like to say is that I am so proud of the boys because they kept on going and going. In the second half, we controlled the game and I tried to make the changes to get the momentum going and Kotoko on the back foot.We had one penalty disallowed and we got a second one later. I was looking for that never-say-die attitude and the boys showed it.If these boys stay together and keep working hard, they will go places. Unfortunately, it was our second semi-final loss but it is a work in progress. In that short space of time that I have been here, I am proud of what they have done. I hope that they learn from this and we will come back stronger next year.”Hearts fell out of the NC Special Tier 2 competition via the same penalty shootout. They lost 4-2 to UniStar Academy but Grant refused to draw conclusions on whether the incidents were the beginning of a pattern.“I am not bothered by the losses we have had in shootouts. When it gets to penalties, it is a matter of fine margins and luck. They took theirs and scored and we missed ours. It is that simple. I feel bad for the players but they have worked hard to get here and I am proud of them.”With Hearts out of the two competitions organised by the Normalisation Committee, it is unclear what the team will do next in terms of keeping their players active ahead of the resumption of normal football in Ghana.The likeliest option for the club is to organise friendly matches with teams in and outside Ghana.
Nadir Hajro from Sarajevo, the only bodybuilder in B&H with cerebral palsy, was finally approved a visa for the USA.Namely, Nadir was initially denied the visa on the grounds that he might stay in the USA. The truth is, Nadir Hajro wants to participate at the bodybuilders’ competition Arnold Classic which is to be held on March 5.However, yesterday in the afternoon hours Nadir was contacted by the US Embassy in Sarajevo and received great news – the visa is approved.“I am very happy. Thanks, everyone. I can continue with preparations in peace,” Nadir said after receiving the news.The Minister of Civil Affairs of B&H Adil Osmanović yesterday promised to help Nadir.(Source: klix.ba)
The Orioles and Nationals will have to complete their Sunday matchup later in the week because the Nats’ grounds crew couldn’t roll the tarpaulin onto the field quickly enough as rain swamped the Nationals Park infield.Video of the grounds crew losing its battle against the tangled tarp rocketed around the internet Sunday afternoon. The crew couldn’t restore the drenched infield even after the rain had stopped and the sun had come out.MORE: Angels rookie knocks ball over the fence with his glove”I don’t know if you’d call it a rain delay,” Nationals starter Stephen Strasburg told reporters, per MLB.com. “I think it was more of a tarp delay.” That, in turn, forced umpires to suspend the game at the point of the delay: in the top of the sixth inning with the Orioles leading 5-2. MLB Rule 7.02(a)(3) calls for games to be suspended when there is a “malfunction of, or unintentional operator error in employing, a mechanical or field device or equipment under the control of the home club (e.g., a retractable roof, a tarpaulin, or other water removal equipment).”The contest will resume Friday in Baltimore, where the teams are set to play a weekend series.”I was unaware of the mechanical part of the rule. Now I know. I’ve never been a part of something like this,” Orioles manager Brandon Hyde said, per MLB.com.