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first_imgDear Editor,As an elected member of the Coordinating Council (Board of Directors) of International Decade for People of African Descent Assembly-Guyana Country Coordinating Mechanism (IDPADA-GCCM) I do not support the call for IDPADA-G to be scrapped.Being a resident of Linden, who made over 300 trips to and fro the Linden Highway to attend over 160 meetings, work sessions (many on holidays) and outreaches and endured extensive hours away from home and family of 13 leading up to the formation and subvention of IDPADA-GCCM it is impossible for me to do so.I put forward to all that there is no perfect organisation anywhere in the world, even the Constitution of Guyana has to be tweaked. IDPADA-GCCM has to be treated and I repeat as a new born babe who has to have its nose bridge pulled up, buttocks anointed up and head to be rested evenly to maintain/obtain the correct shape.Definitely some things has to be reshaped and plans implemented to reflect an all-inclusiveness “so that no one could be left out” which is necessary to achieve and maintain recognition justice and sustainable development. Unity is strength.Only persons who have no idea of the long hours of tedious labour into the wee hours of the morn, sacrificing holidays, etc, and a selfish person would call for IDPADA-G to be scrapped. I take no sides.My only allegiance is to the countless impoverished, under privileged and disenfranchised African Guyanese citizens I encountered in every village across the country. I suggest we all sincerely consider the concerns of all African Guyanese, come together to resolve our differences and work together to achieve recognition justice and sustainable development and make our President and Guyana proud.After all Guyana, is playing a leading role in the implementation of the UN Declared International Decade for People of African Descent. With love and respect for all my brothers and sisters of the African Guyanese family.Yours sincerely,Esther “Tutashindai”Gittenslast_img read more

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first_imgThat’s up from 8,000 new registrants over the course of the previous eight years of the CTEC’s existence. The legislation, SB 229, gave the FTB the ability to impose a $2,500 initial fine to tax preparing businesses who fail to register with CTEC. If after 90 days a tax preparer still hasn’t registered, the FTB can then increase the penalty to $5,000. Last year the FTB visited more than 750 tax preparation offices and issued nearly 100 penalties. Almost 75 percent of the preparers complied with CTEC within the 90 day deadline. Guidelines on the CTEC Web site also advise tax payers to make sure their tax preparers sign the forms with their names rather than putting down “self-prepared” and that a copy is provided to them. To verify that a tax preparer is registered with the CRTP, call 877-850-CTEC or visit www.ctec.org. pam.wight@sgvn.com (562) 698-0955, Ext. 3029165Let’s talk business.Catch up on the business news closest to you with our daily newsletter. Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set! Lawrence said every year people come in because a phoney tax preparer drew up self-employed forms for a W-2 wage earner, promising more money back. Often fraudulent preparers will charge a percent of the refund money – one of the signs of an illegal tax business, Lawrence said. “These \ could understate your income or overstate expenses and trigger an audit,” Lawrence said. “But the taxpayer is responsible because they sign the forms. It won’t get you off the hook to say you didn’t know they were illegal. It’s very important you don’t sign the forms if you see things like that.” And make sure they have an actual office, Lawrence said. “If a tax preparer arranges to meet you in a bar or bowling alley, take that as a red flag,” he added. A California Senate bill implemented early last year gave teeth to the CTEC’s ability to encourage tax businesses to register. Officials say more than 40,000 tax preparers have now registered. WHITTIER – If your tax preparer does such things as promise you a refund, ask you to sign a blank tax return or fails to sign your return after you’ve paid for services – chances are you may be dealing with one of the 10,000 illegal tax preparers in California. These are just some of the signs the nonprofit California Tax Education Council (CTEC) is telling taxpayers to look out for to avoid tax-related problems from improper filing. The corporation was established by the Legislature in 1997 to “promote competent tax preparation” by partnering with the Franchise Tax Board (FTB). Tax preparers must register with CTEC and give proof of continuing education credits to be considered legal, said Scott Lawrence, a Whittier-based tax preparer and a CTEC board member. “We were created to protect the consumer,” Lawrence said. “If a \ doesn’t keep up on the current tax laws, a consumer could end up owing money or may get back less than they would have.” last_img read more

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first_img Leicester City striker Jamie Vardy 1 Leicester City striker Jamie Vardy fully deserves his shock call-up to the England squad, insists manager Nigel Pearson.The Foxes forward, who has scored four goals this season, has been selected for international duty for the first time just three years after playing non-league football.The 28-year-old will link up with his new team-mates for their friendly away to the Republic of Ireland and the Euro 2016 qualifier in Slovenia next month.Last year Vardy admitted he could have quit Leicester as he struggled to adapt following a 2012 move from Fleetwood.He was also rejected by Sheffield Wednesday as a youngster for being too small and Pearson insisted he has battled through adversity to reach the top.“I suppose it’s an indication there are lots of good players in non-league football,” said the City boss.“All I’d say is that Jamie is not as straightforward a character as you would probably think he is.“For lots of different reasons – and they’re not for discussion here. He’s had a few situations that he’s had to deal with on and off the field.“And, as most players do from time to time, he’s suffered with confidence which had coincided with other aspects he’s had to deal with.“But he’s a likeable lad and he’s someone I have an awful lot of time for.”Pearson added: “It’s very easy to judge people but when you consider where he was four seasons ago at Fleetwood, it’s quite an amazing turnaround.“When you look at his career in its entirety, it’s a good story, it’s probably the type of story that hasn’t happened in recent generations of players.“In my era, somebody put together an England team where their roots were from non-league football, it doesn’t happen much these days.“It’s proof that stories can still happen.”last_img read more

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first_img AD Quality Auto 360p 720p 1080p Top articles1/5READ MORESanta Anita opens winter meet Saturday with loaded card “I smoked for 50 years,” Erickson said. “You think (quitting is) going to make me live longer now?” The homeless shelter is closed from 8 a.m. to 6 p.m., so Erickson spends daytime either in the public library in Canyon Country or in the parks and on the sidewalks of downtown Newhall. With a head of silver hair under his baseball cap and a wobbly gait, he seems more like a grandfather than someone without a home. “John came in and he was talking with the receptionist,” Berens said. “I took him over there to Karin.” “All he had left was $5,” Kelly said. Though not his assigned case worker, she has worked to reconnect Erickson with the government and Veterans Affairs benefits to which the Vietnam vet is entitled. They hope to get him under a roof when the shelter begins its eight-month hiatus March 15. Erickson has been staying at the shelter since January, though he once lived alone in a two-bedroom condo in Canyon Country for some 17 years and held a steady job with Lockheed. A bout with hydrocephalus – water in the brain – beginning in 1997 left him unable to work. NEWHALL – All John Erickson wanted was a cigarette and a place to keep warm until the shuttle returned him to the emergency winter shelter for the evening. “Is there a place where I can buy a cigarette from someone here?” he said, lounging in the Santa Clarita Valley Senior Center. Nurse and case manager Karin Kelly smiled. The denim jacket-clad 61-year-old found both at the center, along with a chance to retrieve pieces of his life he thought were lost after years of poor health and sporadic homelessness. `’It’s not uncommon for us to find folks without resources,” said Brad Berens, executive director of the Santa Clarita Valley Committee on Aging, which runs the center. In the frigid January air, he shared smokes with Erickson, whom he found days earlier at his doorstep. “I had a little trouble walking,” he said. “I would just drop. I’d fall down.” Erickson lost the home and two of his three cars soon after. Since then, he has stayed with friends and at L.A. Family Housing facilities in North Hollywood, Kelly said. He underwent two operations at the VA hospital to drain the fluid and got out in January. Asked how he’s doing: “If you really want to know, my head hurts, and I don’t walk good, as you can tell. It hurts me the least when I lay down. It feels like there is a rock in there.” Before his illness, Erickson worked primarily as an inspector with Lockheed in Burbank and in Palmdale. He saw the homeless like some living in middle-class comfort would. “I was naive,” he said. “I thought they were too lazy to work. Some of them are that way. But there are a lot of people who aren’t that way. They just couldn’t (work).” Upon discharge from the hospital, Erickson said he got into his car – a Mustang – and returned to Santa Clarita. He said both his parents are buried here; they died in the early 1990s. “I prepaid for (my plot) out there,” he said. “This is where I’m going to die.” The valley is oceans away from Erickson’s birthplace of Bradford, England. The family moved to Rochester, New York, in 1957 and eventually to Van Nuys, following jobs in electronics manufacturing. He graduated from Birmingham High School in 1963. At the Santa Clarita Veteran’s Historical Plaza – another memory. Erickson enlisted in the Navy, serving two tours in Vietnam between 1963 and 1967. It was better than joining the Army, he said. Does he feel pride walking past the memorial? “Used to, but not any more,” he said. “It’s been a long time. There are too many things to worry about, like where I’m going to go when the shelter closes.” His priorities are “Keeping warm and some place to sleep and lay down, in that order.” “Who knows? What happens will happen. I don’t really know,” he said. “I can’t sleep out here at night. Thank God we had the warm trailers (at the shelter). “The cot kills my back though. When I used to visit my aunt in Liverpool, she had a cot from the Royal Navy. As a kid, I couldn’t sleep that well on that, and that was 55 years ago.” Eugene Tong, (661) 257-5253 eugene.tong@dailynews.com 160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set!last_img

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first_imgBhí bua an mhaith ag an fhoireann sinsear sa chéad chluiche do Craobh na Contae. Bhí siad ag imirt in éadan an Tearmann sa bhaile, sé an scór deirneach a bhí ann nó Gaoth Dobhair 1-12 An Tearmann 0-05.Chríochnaigh an cluiche idir na foirne tacaíochta ar chomh scór, Gaoth Dobhair 1-09 An Tearmann3-03. Ní raibh cluichí ar bith socraithe agus seo a chur i gcló.Uimhreacha Lotto; 2, 7, 11, 20. Bhí buaiteoir amháin le trí uimhir, Matt Clancy, Strath na Corcra.Níor imigh an pota óir atá anois ag €1550.GAA: Nótaí CLG Gaoth Dobhair was last modified: May 24th, 2011 by gregShare this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pocket (Opens in new window)Click to share on Telegram (Opens in new window)Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window)Click to share on Skype (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new window)last_img read more

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first_img Every time Ally McCoist lost it on air in 2019, including funny XI reactions Edouard spent last season on loan at Celtic before penning permanent terms over the summer Arsenal transfer news LIVE: Ndidi bid, targets named, Ozil is ‘skiving little git’ England’s most successful clubs of the past decade, according to trophies won 2 Cesc Fabregas, Sergio Aguero and Paul Pogba are just some prior Golden Boy winners, with last year’s victor, Kylian Mbappe, also on the 2018 shortlist.The France and PSG forward is favourite to be named Golden Boy this time around, which would make him the first player ever to retain the award since its creation in 2003. gameday cracker REVEALED 2 Boxing Day fixtures: All nine Premier League games live on talkSPORT Sky Sports presenter apologises for remarks made during Neville’s racism discussion BEST OF Liverpool news live: Klopp reveals when Minamino will play and issues injury update The 100-man longlist has been reduced to 40 names as we move ever closer to the award being handed out at the end of the year, and it features four players currently representing Premier League clubs.Trent Alexander-Arnold, the Liverpool defender, is joined on the shortlist by Everton’s Tom Davies, Manchester United full-back Diogo Dalot, and Phil Foden, the Manchester City midfielder.There is also a Scottish Premiership representative, with Odsonne Edouard, who moved to Celtic permanently earlier this year, making the cut. Most read on talkSPORT.com SORRY The average first-team salaries at every Premier League club in 2019 tense scrap Manchester United, Liverpool and Celtic players are featured on the 40-man shortlist for the 2018 Golden Boy award.The award, handed out by Italian newspaper Tuttosport to the most impressive young player in Europe over the previous calendar year, has been claimed by some of the best players in the world in previous seasons. France and PSG forward Kylian Mbappe was named Golden Boy in 2017 revealed Green reveals how he confronted Sarri after Chelsea’s 6-0 defeat at Man City Gerrard launches furious touchline outburst as horror tackle on Barisic sparks chaos Which teams do the best on Boxing Day in the Premier League era? LATEST silverware latest Other notable names include Ajax defender Matthijs de Ligt, Juventus forward Moise Kean, and Vinicius Junior, the Real Madrid forward.The full 40-man Golden Boy shortlist can be seen on Tuttosportlast_img read more

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first_imgWork has started today on a massive 20,000 sq ft extension to Letterkenny’s CoLab Building which hopes to create dozens of new start-up jobs.Work started today to double the size of Letterkenny’s CoLab building.Diggers have moved onto the site at the LYIT to start the new building which will house scores of new small businesses.The extension was delayed due to objections by local residents but An Bord Pleanala gave the green light for the project. The extension will double the size of the CoLab which boasts a number of local businesses including 3D Issue, SendMode, KeyedIn Solutions, Safetech and Donegal Daily.More than 100 people are currently employed in start-up businesses in the CoLab and management hope that will double when the extension is complete.A number of start-up businesses have already booked offices in the new building.Work starts on the new extension at the CoLab which already employs more than 100 people.The extension is part of a partnership with the North West Cross Border Region Group, the Northern Ireland Science Park and Ilex in Derry. The aim is to set up a regional Science Park campus, modeled on the highly successful development in the Titanic Quarter in Belfast which would provide a significant boost to the northwest economyMore than €80m euro has been spent developing the LYIT campus in recent years. JOBS BOOST AS WORK STARTS ON NEW 20,000 SQ FT COLAB EXTENSION was last modified: April 23rd, 2014 by StephenShare this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pocket (Opens in new window)Click to share on Telegram (Opens in new window)Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window)Click to share on Skype (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new window) Tags:CoLabdonegaljobsletterkennyLYITlast_img read more

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first_imgWhen the New England Patriots found themselves in a jam, they did what the Patriots always do. They put the ball in Tom Brady’s right hand, teed it up for Adam Vinatieri’s right foot and rode off into the sunset with a victory. Their 23-20 win at Pittsburgh – thanks to Brady, who completed his final 12 passes, and Vinatieri, who kicked the last of his three field goals, from 43 yards with one second left – was vintage Patriots. Injuries, though, are hardly the only troubling issue. The Patriots have committed six turnovers and forced three, a distinct departure from the last two years when they were plus-23 in the turnover margin. They’re tied for fourth in the NFL in penalty yardage, averaging 83.3 yards per game. In the last two seasons, they’d been called for 56.6 yards in penalties per game. Also, as Brady has matured and developed, he’s taken on more responsibility in the offense. But the way the Patriots look now, unable to get Cory Dillon untracked, they’re becoming one-dimensional. In three weeks, Brady has thrown the ball 123 times, second most in the NFL. The three times the Patriots won the Super Bowl, he didn’t throw more than 527 passes. When the Patriots slumped to 9-7 in 2002, Brady threw 601 passes. At his current pace, he’ll finish with 656. Of course if he’s lining up behind two rookies on the left side of the line, Brady won’t stay upright to throw that often. Lastly, there is the schedule. Their 21-game home winning streak will be challenged this week by a San Diego Chargers offense which, with LaDainian Tomlinson and Antonio Gates, is well equipped to exploit Harrison’s absence. After that, they travel to Atlanta and Denver. Later looms visits from Indianapolis and Tampa Bay, and a trip to Kansas City. The Patriots are fortunate enough to be a division where, with the Jets losing Chad Pennington and the Bills spinning its wheels behind J.P. Losman, the biggest challenge may come from Miami. But all that will get them is an invitation to the playoffs and one home game. If they survive that, then they’re probably looking at back-to-back trips to places like Indianapolis, Kansas City, San Diego, Cincinnati or Pittsburgh. The Patriots still have one of the NFL’s best defensive lines and nobody has a better quarterback, kicker, coach or more determination. But what has separated New England from everyone else are the little things. In winning 37 of their last 42 games, the Patriots have won 15 times by a touchdown or less. When you add up the injuries, penalties, turnovers, offensive imbalance and the schedule, it’s not hard to do the math. It equals a new champion. Elsewhere around the league in Week 3: On the Chargers’ second play from scrimmage, Tomlinson went in motion from the slot and lined up at tailback. Drew Brees took the snap and quickly passed the ball to Tomlinson for 9 yards, drawing the loudest non-Eli Manning-related cheer of the night. It was the first pass Tomlinson caught this season. Forget that the Colts have played offensively-challenged Baltimore, Jacksonville and Cleveland. The 16 points they’ve allowed this season are less than they allowed in 12 of their 18 gameslast season. It was a tough day for kickers. Sebastian Janikowski missed a pair of field goals and the Raiders lose 23-20, Ryan Longwell shanked an extra point in the Packers’ 17-16 loss to Tampa Bay, and Cowboys kicker Jose Cortez (Van Nuys High) got slapped around by teammate Larry Allen when he missed a kick. It was even painful for those who got their kicks with Philadelphia’s David Akers falling down in pain after his one-legged boot beat Oakland. Billy Witz covers the NFL for the Daily News. He can be reached at (818) 713-3621 or billy.witz@dailynews.com 160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set! It also looks like a last hurrah. On the surface, Sunday’s victory, which improved them to 2-1, looks like the kind of victory that simply illustrates why New England has won three Super Bowl in four years. What it really is doing is masking cracks in the foundation. center_img AD Quality Auto 360p 720p 1080p Top articles1/5READ MOREThe top 10 theme park moments of 2019 The most visible ones are injuries. The Patriots lost two key players against Pittsburgh – safety Rodney Harrison, who tore knee ligaments, and left tackle Matt Light, who was also carted off with a leg injury. New England has dealt with loss and injury before. Lawyer Malloy, a team leader, was cut the week before the 2003 season opener and after a rocky start, the Patriots won their final 15 games. A year ago, they lost Pro Bowl cornerback Ty Law for the final three months. But these injuries will be harder to overcome. The loss of Harrison and linebacker Tedy Bruschi (stroke) has robbed the Patriots of two of the defense’s leaders and, along with the retirement of Ted Johnson, gutted the heart of their run defense. Harrison’s injury further strains a secondary that lost cornerback Duane Starks to a shoulder injury Sunday and was without three others who didn’t even make the trip – cornerbacks Tyrone Poole and Randall Gay, and rookie safety James Sanders. If Light, whose status will be known Wednesday, is out for an extended period, his absence could be just as costly. That would leave two rookies – tackle Nick Kaczur and guard Logan Mankins – protecting Brady’s blindside. last_img read more

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first_img Lupul profited from playing on Anaheim’s special teams to get his first career short-handed goal. “I don’t think I saw two seconds on penalty killing last year,” Lupul said. “Now (coach) Randy (Carlyle) is giving me a great opportunity to kill penalties and work on the power play. It’s something I’ve got to run with.” Anaheim got 36 saves from Jean-Sebastien Giguere. Chicago’s Nikolai Khabibulin, who led Tampa Bay to a Stanley Cup in 2003-04 season, allowed five goals on 24 shots. Chicago rookie Rene Bourque scored in his first NHL game, while Mark Bell and Curtis Brown also scored. 160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set! But Joffrey Lupul, entering his second NHL season, had two goals, one at even strength, the other short-handed. “Getting the first goal was a relief,” said Selanne, in his second tour with the Ducks. “The first win was more important.” CHICAGO – The Mighty Ducks got goals from likely and unlikely sources in their season-opening 5-3 win over the Chicago Blackhawks on Wednesday night. Teemu Selanne and Scott Niedermayer – Anaheim’s big free-agent acquisitions – scored power-play goals and Rob Niedermayer, Scott’s younger brother, added one with the Ducks short-handed. center_img AD Quality Auto 360p 720p 1080p Top articles1/5READ MOREThe top 10 theme park moments of 2019 Scott Niedermayer, who came to Anaheim from New Jersey, was happy to get back to work after losing a season to the lockout in what could be a faster, more-fluid NHL because of several rules changes. “Both teams were excited to get back on the ice,” he said. “You have that combined with the number of penalties and it wasn’t really a control game for either team. There was a lot of activity all over the ice.” The Mighty Ducks converted two of nine power-play chances, while the Blackhawks were 1 for-9. Rob Niedermayer said the last time he and his brother scored a goal for the same team in the same game was with Team Canada during the 2004 World Cup. Scott wasn’t so sure, but looks forward to skating with his brother. “I don’t have that good a memory of it, but if he said it, it must be true,” Scott Niedermayer said of scoring in the same game. “Just going the full season of competing together for the same team will be special for us.” last_img read more

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first_imgPupils from Raphoe Vocational School pictured on a school outing in 1985. The school is hoping that former staff and students can unearth many more old photos and pieces of memorabilia ahead of the 50th anniversary celebrations in March.With hundreds of people set to return to their homes in Donegal over Christmas, the organisers of the upcoming 50th anniversary celebrations at Raphoe Technical-Vocational School/Deele College, are hoping many will be marking a second return fairly soon!“Christmas is a time when lots of people come back home for a few days and many take the opportunity to meet up with old friends. What we’re hoping now is that when they do meet up people will remember the upcoming celebrations in March and make a date to come home once again,” Deele College Principal Joe Boyle said.Indeed with a special 50th anniversary publication planned for the celebrations (due to take place on the weekend before St. Patrick’s Day – March 13/14), the school is appealing for anyone with old photographs or other school memorabilia to get in touch with them. “Even though people did not have the ready access to cameras we see in these days of camera phones, I’m sure over the fifty years there must be still hundreds of old photographs around from school shows, tours and other events.“The photos are a great way of generating discussion and rekindling memories and we really would love if people would let us scan and return any old photos or other memorabilia they might have.”The celebration weekend will see a number of events at the school including a planned open day and a reunion event.“Over the years the school has developed a fantastic family atmosphere with a great rapport between students and staff and we’re hoping that the celebrations will give people an opportunity to meet up with former school-friends and staff members and reminisce about days gone by.” Further plans for the weekend are set to be unveiled in the New Year, but for now the school is hoping that current and former students and staff members will keep spreading the word so that as many people as possible can be part of the celebrations.“We kicked off the 50th anniversary celebrations in colourful fashion with a fantastic parade to the Diamond in October and in recent weeks the school’s Strictly Come Dancing contest and annual Carol Service carried on the festivities.“Hopefully now we can get as many old photos, stories and other pieces of information gathered up quickly for a publication that local journalists and past-pupils Chris McNulty and Liam Porter have agreed to help us with.”If you have any old photos or information you can send them by e.mail to liam@liamportermedia.com while you can keep up to date with all of the events planned for the school’s 50th Anniversary celebrations on their Facebook Page – https://www.facebook.com/DeeleCollege50Caption Photo: Old Deele 85Pupils from Raphoe Vocational School pictured on a school outing in 1985. The school is hoping that former staff and students can unearth many more old photos and pieces of memorabilia ahead of the 50th anniversary celebrations in March.DEELE COLLEGE WANT TO FRAME PAST PUPILS FOR 50TH CELEBRATIONS was last modified: December 20th, 2014 by StephenShare this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pocket (Opens in new window)Click to share on Telegram (Opens in new window)Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window)Click to share on Skype (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new window)Tags:50th anniversaryCelebrationsdeele collegedonegallast_img read more