Matthew Sherrington is new MD of The Good Agency

first_img AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to TwitterTwitterShare to FacebookFacebookShare to LinkedInLinkedInShare to EmailEmailShare to WhatsAppWhatsAppShare to MessengerMessengerShare to MoreAddThis Howard Lake | 21 July 2010 | News Matthew Sherrington has been appointed as Managing Director at charity and not-for-profit communications specialists The Good Agency. Co-founder and previous MD Iain Campbell takes on the role of Chief Operating Officer.Sherrington joined The Good Agency in January as a Strategy Director after 20 years in the voluntary sector in fundraising and communications roles. Before his role as Director of Fundraising and Communication at EveryChild, he had spend 14 years with Oxfam in a range of communications, campaigns and fundraising roles.He is joined in the management team by Louisa McGinn, appointed to a new Client Services Director role, and Reuben Turner, who now manages an integrated Creative and Digital team. They join Strategy and Planning Director Roger Lawson, Strategy Director Chris Norman, and PR Director Maggie Young.Earlier this year the agency won major new accounts including Save the Children and Cancer Research UK Race for Life. Its client cancer charity AICR won the 2010 Institute of Fundraising Award for ‘Best Use of Legacy Fundraising’.Roger Lawson, Strategy and Planning Director, who has been with the agency since it was established said: “Since joining us in January, Matthew has proved popular with both clients and staff. His vision and leadership, along with the strengthened leadership team will help us remain well placed to respond to our clients’ changing needs during this challenging and exciting time for the sector.” Matthew Sherrington is new MD of The Good Agency About Howard Lake Howard Lake is a digital fundraising entrepreneur. Publisher of UK Fundraising, the world’s first web resource for professional fundraisers, since 1994. Trainer and consultant in digital fundraising. Founder of Fundraising Camp and co-founder of Researching massive growth in giving.  59 total views,  1 views today AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to TwitterTwitterShare to FacebookFacebookShare to LinkedInLinkedInShare to EmailEmailShare to WhatsAppWhatsAppShare to MessengerMessengerShare to MoreAddThis Tagged with: Consulting & Agencies Recruitment / people The Good Agencylast_img read more

Pioneer Days offers step back in time

first_img Pioneer Days 2020 opened at that Pioneer Museum of Alabama Friday with a large number in attendance.Barbara Tatom, museum director, said she was very pleased with the day’s attendance and looks forward to an equally successful day today.Pioneer Days opens at 10 a.m. and will close at 4 p.m.    “There will be more than 60 rifles, shotguns, fowlers and pistols on display,” Tatom said. “Also, the store will have cane poles with bobbers and blued hooks.”Today’s Pioneer Days will also include blacksmithing, woodworking, rope making, chair weaving, Davey Crockett, a circuit rider, American Revolution and Civil War re-enactors, a French Army grenadier, an old-time store keeper’s tour and a sampling of stew cooked on a wood stove.  The Montgomery Area Dulcimers will be a “Saturday-only” attraction. Sponsored Content Pike County Sheriff’s Office offering community child ID kits Skip Published 8:55 pm Friday, October 30, 2020 You Might Like Pioneer Days offers step back in time The Penny Hoarder Issues “Urgent” Alert: 6 Companies… Latest Stories Email the author Plans underway for historic Pike County celebration Book Nook to reopen Patriots close out regular season against Monroe Academy For the second time in five years the Pike Liberal Arts Patriots will close out the regular season against the… read more By Jaine Treadwell 123PrevNextStartStop Print Article Troy falls to No. 13 Clemson By The Penny Hoarder “With COVID-19, we weren’t sure about attendance this year but we had a large number of visitors including home-school students and their parents from around the local area and Montgomery, Dothan, Prattville and Auburn,” Tatom said. “It was encouraging to see so many young parents who realize the importance of sharing the history of our pioneers with their children.”The Mystic Wind Choctaw National Dancers from Mississippi were among the demonstrators and will be back at the amphitheater today. Tatom said the dancers feature chanting and share information about the culture and traditions.New to Pioneer Days is the Conecuh Sporting Store that features hunting, target shooting, trapping and fish circa 1860. Remember America’s heroes on Memorial Day Admission is $12. Members and ages 5 and under are free.Pioneer Days at the Pioneer Museum of Alabama is sponsored by the Alabama State Council on the Arts with support from the National Endowment for the Arts. Around the WebMd: Do This Immediately if You Have Diabetes (Watch)Blood Sugar BlasterIf You Have Ringing Ears Do This Immediately (Ends Tinnitus)Healthier LivingWomen Only: Stretch This Muscle to Stop Bladder Leakage (Watch)Patriot Health ZoneHave an Enlarged Prostate? Urologist Reveals: Do This Immediately (Watch)Healthier LivingRemoving Moles & Skin Tags Has Never Been This EasyEssential Health32-second Stretch Ends Back Pain & Sciatica (Watch)Healthier LivingThe content you see here is paid for by the advertiser or content provider whose link you click on, and is recommended to you by Revcontent. As the leading platform for native advertising and content recommendation, Revcontent uses interest based targeting to select content that we think will be of particular interest to you. We encourage you to view your opt out options in Revcontent’s Privacy PolicyWant your content to appear on sites like this?Increase Your Engagement Now!Want to report this publisher’s content as misinformation?Submit a ReportGot it, thanks!Remove Content Link?Please choose a reason below:Fake NewsMisleadingNot InterestedOffensiveRepetitiveSubmitCancellast_img read more

Lillian E. Oldziejewski, age 95, of Marmora

first_imgLillian E. Oldziejewski, age 95, of Marmora passed away on Saturday, January 7, 2017 at her home.Mrs. Oldziejewski was born in Edwardsvile , PA and was formerly of Kingston, PA before moving to Marmora, NJ 15 years ago.She attended Pennsylvania School for the Deaf in Philadelphia. She worked as a Seamstress for Luzerne Dress Mfg. Co., in Luzerne, PA until her retirement. Mrs. Oldziejewski was a loyal member of Praise Tabernacle Deaf Church and the Atlantic County Society of the Deaf.She is survived by one daughter: Kathleen R. (Albert S.) Reese of Marmora, NJ, two granddaughters, Megan Reese of Marmora, NJ; Kayla Williams of Swoyersville, PA. She was predeceased by her parents, Joseph and Kathryn (Sobers) DeJunis, her husband Joseph, her son John, and her sister Eleanora.Her Funeral Service will be offered Thursday morning at 11 o’clock from The Godfrey Funeral Home of Palermo, 644 South Shore Road, Palermo, NJ where friends may call from ten until the time of service. A graveside service will be held on Friday at Saint Mary Annunciation, Pringle, PA.Memorial contributions in her memory may be made to Praise Tabernacle Deaf Church2235 Ocean Heights Ave, Egg Harbor Township, NJ 08234 or Beacon Animal Rescue, 701 Butter Road, Ocean View, NJ 08230.For condolences, visit read more

Kwaku Andoh: We did not deserve to lose against Kotoko

first_imgAccra Hearts of Oak versatile defender Kwaku Andoh believes Hearts did not deserve to lose at home over the weekend, and has called on the fans not to lose hope since there are more matches to go.The intelligent defender played the entire game but failed to record a win for his side when his thunderbolt in the dying minute of the game hit the upright denying him of an equalizer.Speaking after the game, he said Hearts were just unlucky not to have taken their numerous chances in the game.”We did not deserve to lose the game. You can see it was hard luck, and we did not take our chances.”Andoh said.They got the opportunity and they punished us for it but we will have to put it aside and focus for the next game,we played well.”We dominated the second half and pressured them a lot in search of an equalizer but it did not happen. We have to put the defeat behind us and we will have to focus for the game ahead of us.” He added.The former Kpando Hearts of Lions and Berekum Chelsea defender has been admired by the Phobia fraternity for his composure in the two games played so far and they believe the syoung stopper’s best is yet to be witnessed.last_img read more

Haberdasher Hangs His Hat Again in Sea Bright

first_imgBy Michele J. KuhnSEA BRIGHT – In a sense, Brian George is back home.After three months in temporary quarters in Rumson, the longtime area haberdasher has moved his Northshore Menswear shop back to the borough in a new location at 1127 Ocean Ave.After refurbishing the space, George is now ensconced in a building he has nicknamed “big yellow.Brian George, owner of Northshore, stands in his new store at 1127 Ocean Ave. days before moving back to Sea Bright.“If you’re looking for us, just look for the ‘big yellow’ building,” he said recently with a smile as he was preparing to move back to Sea Bright.The store will continue to sell men’s “traditional clothing with a twist,” but is now reintroducing fashion for females. George previously sold women’s clothes but jettisoned that part of the business about eight years ago.When the official grand opening of Northshore is held on Saturday, April 6, George hopes to have space for four lines of women’s apparel – Vineyard Vines, Tori Richards, Island Company and Castaway. “My daughter, Mary, helped me put these lines together,” he said.Meanwhile, Northshore customers have been buying menswear in a makeshift store at 45 River Road in Rumson, in space meant for offices and using the men’s room to try on clothes.The space and his loyal customers have been good to George. The building is the same one he occupied 30 years ago – in three offices on the second floor – when he first opened his store and his customers have followed him there since his Sea Bright store at 1080 Ocean Ave. was substantially damaged and his entire inventory swept out by the tidal surge of Super Storm Sandy.“When the threat of the storm came, we never anticipated what would happen would happen, not in our wildest dreams,” George said. “The year before was Irene and all we got moisture.”Though he prepared for the Oct. 29 storm by putting merchandise higher up and boarding windows, the surge – coupled with extraordinary high winds – broke through. It filled the store with about 8 feet of water and then tore the shop’s contents out through huge gaping holes broken open by the tide along the building’s side wall.George’s merchandise and store fixtures, including two pool tables, were swept away.“I didn’t even have a chance to think … because we were going into the Christmas season. This is the retail business and the fourth quarter is 40 percent, sometimes 50 percent, of your sales and so I couldn’t afford to miss December,” he said. “I had nothing left.”George’s vendors were helpful and after about two weeks of planning and restocking he put together the temporary shop.George had flood insurance so he was able to pay the bills on merchandise that had just washed away and then started anew.He moved into the Rumson building on Dec. 1 and spent three months there. He closed the shop at the end of business on Feb. 27 and was expected to move the contents Feb. 28 and reopen March 1 in Sea Bright. “It has really worked out,” he said.George initially moved to Sea Bright about 10 years ago. He started in the building occupied by Cono’s Sea Bright Pizza, which he owned. When he sold that, he moved to 1080 Ocean Ave.Now he is in a building he has “always loved.” He calls it a “classic building … and it hasn’t changed much.”George has overseen the renovation of the space. There are white cabinets, hardwood floors, Oriental rugs and traditional mahogany furnishings.“I’m very proud of the way it looks … It’s nice and clean and kind of beachy,” he said. “We’re really excited.”George is a big supporter of Sea Bright. As an officer in the Businesses of Sea Bright group, he has high hopes for its rebuilding.“Believe it or not, behind the scenes in some of these buildings, there is cleaning up being done,” he said. “There is progress going on. But, the lifeblood of the town is in the downtown business district. Even the governor said, if the business district gets together, the whole town will feel better.”George is working to do just that.“I think Sea Bright will be better than ever. It’s just going to be a matter of time and people have to be patient.”last_img read more

NBA trade deadline: Warriors intrigued but not threatened by any moves

first_imgTempe, AZ. – NBA executives called and texted at a frenetic pace that usually mirror the speed the Warriors play.Leading into Thursday’s trade deadline, 14 of the league’s 20 deals happened on the last day. The Eastern Conference contenders in the Toronto Raptors, Milwaukee Bucks and Philadelphia 76ers all bolstered their roster in hopes of taking down the Warriors. And whether Kevin Durant likes it or not, the Knicks made a move last week to clear cap space for him if he is interested in …last_img read more

Cricket will not forget Mansur Ali Khan Pataudi

first_imgFormer India captain Mansur Ali Khan Pataudi will be remembered for the touch of class which he brought to everything in life. An attacking batsman, fielder par excellence, astute captain and a true gentleman, he will be spoken of for his invaluable contributions long after his death.People talk of MS Dhoni as a bold captain.But Pataudi had, as early as 1968, instilled in the Indian team what it takes to win Test matches abroad. And even after losing an eye in a car accident, Pataudi fielded with aplomb.Unlike modern cricketers who don’t retire because of commercial reasons, he quit at his peak. Yet, he remained associated with the sport in various capacities, especially as the editor of Sportsworld, a well-known magazine.A regular at the capital’s Jaipur polo ground, ‘Tiger’ Pataudi couldn’t be missed on Sundays. His dress sense, famous hats and cigar were symbols of how he lived life, kingsize.last_img read more

World Cup 2018: Mbappe trolled for Neymar-like antics on the field

first_imgKylian Mbappe was trolled for ‘play-acting’ during France’s match against Uruguay in the quarter-finals of the 2018 World Cup in Nizhny Novgorod.The French forward, who has starred in this year’s World Cup for Les Blues so far, didn’t have a telling say in the quarters but his antics drew comparison with his club partner Neymar, who has been severely criticised for going to ground easily.Mbappe fell to the ground and wouldn’t get up in the 67th minute of the match, drawing boos from the crowd and soon hell broke out on the field as well. Diego Godin rushed to the spot and asked him to get up and he was soon confronted by the French players. Following that, all the players gathered around the area and a fight broke out almost before the referee and other officials managed to put an end to it and resume play. Mbappe accused Cristian Rodríguez of elbowing him and the Uruguayan was shown yellow. The French forward was also shown a yellow card for his role in the whole situation.REPORT | HIGHLIGHTSThis followed right after Fernando Muslera’s mistake from a Antoine Griezmann shot gave France the second goal. The rush from the Uruguayans players therefore was understandable. Play resumed and the game went on but the South Americans failed to score a single goal and were knocked out of the tournament.Mbappe was subbed off in the 88th minute, thus brining an end to his game on Friday. However, social media didn’t take his antics well and compared him with Neymar, who has been severely criticised for his behaviour in this year’s World Cup. According to RT Sport, the PSG striker has 14 minutes on the deck throughout the World Cup.advertisementAccording to the report, Neymar was down for five minutes and 29 seconds total in the match against Mexcio. The biggest interruption in the match came in the 72nd minute when he writhed about after Mexican Miguel Layun appeared to step on his ankle.Several trolls and memes have been circulating on the internet regarding the Brazilian and the 19-year-old Mbappe’s actions brought upon the same reaction. Clubmates at PSG, Mbappe was trolled for learning the ‘trick of the trade’ from Neymar.Kylian Mbappe channeling his inner Neymar Jr, singing (ala the late, great Whitney Houston)??????????I Learned from the Best, I learned from You?????? Katende (@SoogiKatende) July 6, 2018Kylian Mbappe showing the world he’s graduated from Neymar’s school of diving.. Football Arena (@BantsFootballFC) July 6, 2018Kylian Mbappe taking diving lesson from his club mate, Neymar.I’m happy France sent Uruguay packing tho #URUFRA (@highbeely) July 6, 2018After France beat #Uruguay , Patrice Evra has told Kylian Mbappe not to copy Neymar’s flashy tricks.#WorldCupRussia #FRAURU idris (@TimesNiger) July 6, 2018New entry to the #Neymar acting club is #KylianMbappe #FRAURGDarshan Suresh (@darshsuri) July 6, 2018Neymar JR & Kylian Mbappe#FRA #URU #URUFRA #WorldCup #WorldCup2018 Futbol (@KomikFutbolcu) July 6, 2018Kylian Mbappé acting after a touch from RodriguezNeymar: Great job. That’s my boy!#URUFRA #WorldCup (@louisnexusdrax) July 6, 2018Ridiculous acting by Kylian Mbappe. He shouldnt be going down the same route as Cristiano, Neymar and Suarez as an actor Hashmi (@iNabeelHashmi) July 6, 2018last_img read more


first_imgWhen most people say `the family combo’ you think of KFC or your local fish and chip shop…but in this case I’m talking about the Australian Under 18 Development Camp.Remarkably, the group of 40 of Australia’s most promising Touch players contains 3 sibling combinations, with two of those being twins.There’s Steve Naughton and older brother Scott from the Southern Suns, quick stepping twins John and Maurice Kennedy and the Clarkson girls; Megan and Rebecca (good luck telling them apart!)All of the pairs are quick to agree they push each other competitively, each challenging the other and helping them to improve individually.“Being a twin often people assume there is rivalry, however in our case as much as we may look very much alike we are very different people with different personalities. We do not experience rivalry as such, but we are competitive and strive to do our best on every occasion and this brings the best out of each of us especially when we are playing together,” said Megan.The Clarkson twins are obviously excited about sharing this opportunity together. Rebecca, who represented QSST at the National Under 18 Championships, while Megan played for SunCoast, is excited about sharing the experience with her sister.“We’re both looking forward to having the opportunity to be coached by different people and to gain their knowledge and further insight into the game. We’re eager and ready for the intensity of the camp and the challenge of pushing ourselves to another height while improving our skill level,” said Rebecca. The Naughton brothers have shared their story with the Touch world before, having a story written on them at the 2005 National Under 18 Championships. When interviewed at that event, they were quick to agree that growing up together and playing together has definite advantages.“We both keep each other grounded, if one of us does something wrong the other isn’t afraid to let them know about it,” said Scott.“We read each other pretty well. Often we don’t even have to say anything and the other knows what we’re going to do,” said Steve.For twins John and Maurice Kennedy their selection alongside each other began with NSWCHS at the 2004 National Under 18 Championships.However, it was quickly put on hold when Maurice suffered a serious neck injury pre-tournament, an injury that could have ended his career right there and then.After two operations and extensive recovery and rehabilitation, Maurice was back on the Touch field, quick stepping his way to selection, again alongside his brother John for the 2005 NSWCHS side.They made their way to the grand final, where they were defeated by a red hot Southern Suns side, including the Naughton brothers.Despite the grand final loss, both John and Maurice were excited by their Australian selection and keen to make an impact at the camp. With all three family combos not only being pushed by the nature of the camp and the other players around them, the added incentive of competing alongside their brother or sister is also exciting.The Clarkson girls could be following in the steps of the Judd sisters, Barr sisters or Winchester girls.For the Naughton and Kennedy brothers, they could be the next Farrow brothers, McDonald brothers or Cheung brothers.Make sure you remember these young players, one day we may be seeing them taking the field for Australia together in a World Cup or Trans Tasman.last_img

10 months agoFulham plot sensational triple swoop on Chelsea

first_imgTagsTransfersAbout the authorPaul VegasShare the loveHave your say Fulham plot sensational triple swoop on Chelseaby Paul Vegas10 months agoSend to a friendShare the loveFulham are being linked with a sensational triple swoop on Chelsea.The Daily Star says Maurizio Sarri has a bloated squad with a number of first-team players on the fringes under the Italian tactician.Gary Cahill, Danny Drinkwater and Victor Moses are the three most high-profile players to have been frozen out.Cahill – out of contract at the end of the season – has been limited to seven appearances in all competitions, Drinkwater has not featured since the Community Shield defeat to Manchester City while Moses has started once all season.SW6 neighbours Fulham have been linked with the trio, who will be allowed to leave in the mid-season sales. last_img read more