Season is over for Xavier Barachet!

first_imgClick to comment ShareTweetShareShareEmailCommentsThe French right back Xavier Barachet won’t be able to help his team-mates in Paris Saint Germain until end of the season. Experienced lefthander suffered injury of knee ligaments which will keep him out of the court for a couple of months. That means absence from the Olympic Games in Rio also, the tournament which will start in five months from now… LNH: PSG stopped in Montpellier! ShareTweetShareShareEmail Related Items:paris saint germain, Xavier Barachet Recommended for you LNH: PSG Handball and Saint Raphael extend winning strike Uwe Gensheimer put hands on EHF CL “Golden ball” Leave a Reply Cancel replyYour email address will not be published.Comment Name Email Website Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment.last_img read more

Family Concerns

first_imgAIRMAN & FAMILY READINESS CENTERThe Airman & Family Readiness Center, in Building 962 at the corner of Ninth Avenue and Avenue I, serves as a focal point for assisting military members and their families, retirees and civilian employees. Core programs and services include: Personal and Family Readi- ness, Personal Financial Readiness, Transition Assistance Program, Air Force Wounded Warrior Support, Personal and Family Work Life Education, Employment Assistance, Relocation Assistance Program, Air Force Aid Society, Volunteer Resource Program, Exceptional Family Member Program — Family Support, School Liaison Officer, Casualty Assistance and Survivor Benefit Program. Plans are in the works to relocate the A&FRC, along with the Airman’s Attic, to Building 960. The A&FRC is open 7:30 a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday through Thursday and 9 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Friday. All services are free. Call 940-676-4358 for information and assistance.AIRMAN’S ATTICThe Airman’s Attic is in Building 962 on the corner of Ninth Avenue and Avenue I. Hours are 7:30 a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday through Thursday and 9 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Friday. All items in the Attic are donated and are free. Donated items include clothing for the entire family, uniforms, books, toys, household items and small appliances. Furniture items are not available through the Airman’s Attic due to lack of space. Call the Attic or the Airman & Family Readiness Center at 940-676-4358.SCHOOLS ON BASETwo school districts serve the three Shep- pard housing areas. Freedom Estates children attend schools in the Burkburnett Indepen- dent School District. Kindergarten through fifth grade attend the John Tower Elemen- tary School, within walking distance. Junior and senior high school students are bused to schools in nearby Burkburnett. Children residing in Wind Creek Village housing attend schools in the Wichita Falls Independent School District. Elementary students attend Sheppard Elementary School, located in the Wind Creek Village Housing area. Other students are bused to nearby Kirby Junior High School or Hirschi High School. Children living in Heritage Heights are bused to either the Wichita Falls or Burkburnett schools depending on the specific location of their assigned housing.MADRIGAL YOUTH CENTERChildren of active-duty and retired military members, DOD and NAF employees can complete year-round programs of recre- ational, cultural, educational and social activities through the base youth programs. The center has a well-equipped gymnasium and game, computer, music, gymnastics and multipurpose rooms. Programs are for youth ages 5 to 18, with some instructional classes and sports programs. Summer and school-age care programs are available for children from kindergarten through sixth grade. These include crafts, physical fitness activities, tours, bowling, skating, swimming and outdoor fun. The center is the hub of youth sports programs, including Little League Baseball, T-ball, softball, flag football and basketball. Instructional classes include tap and ballet as well as piano. The School Age Care program recognizes the needs of working parents and their children and offers SAC as a year-round program. Youth programs offer a before- and after-school pro- gram, holiday camps, summer day camps and day camps for elementary intercession. Parents can visit the facility and meet the staff before making the decisions concerning child care. The program is open to all children in kinder- garten through sixth grades for Sheppard, Kate Haynes and John G. Tower elementary schools only. The Youth Center office is open 10 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. Monday through Friday and is closed weekends and holidays. Hours for open recreation during the school year are 3 to 5:30 p.m. Monday through Friday and 1 to 5 p.m. Saturday. For more information, call 940-676-5437.EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITIESThe Human Resources Office (HRO) provides management and administration of the Non-Appropriated Fund (NAF) personnel at Sheppard Air Force Base. The HRO advises and provides assistance to management in meeting personnel needs and solving personnel problems while ensuring programs and actions comply fully with the spirit and intent of laws, regulations and policies. The HRO also assists applicants seeking employment for various positions in the Force Support Squadron, inprocesses employees and maintains records for about 450 NAF employees.The 82nd Force Support Squadron is always looking for friendly, outgoing people to work in its many facilities. Positions range from rec- reation aide to Child and Youth Development assistants to food service workers, office automation clerks and waiters. We no longer accept paper applications in person. All NAF positions may be reviewed and applied for through www.nafjobs.org. For more information, call 940-676-6394. CHILD DEVELOPMENT CENTERThe Child Development Center is equipped to care for children from 6 weeks to 5 years old. There is also an enrichment program available to preschool children ages 3 to 5 years old. Hourly care is available with reservations from ages 1 to 5 years old. There are a variety of payment options available. Normal hours are 6:30 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. Monday through Friday for children 6 months to 5 years old. For children 6 weeks to 6 months old, hours are 6:30 a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday through Friday. The CDC is normally closed weekends and holidays; however, it is open on the third Saturday of the month for “Give Parents a Break.” For more information, call 940-676-2038.FAMILY HOME DAY CAREThe Family Child Care Program offers listings of licensed child care in base/affiliated housing units to active-duty military, DOD civilians and contractors. Services are offered for children 2 weeks to 12 years of age through our program to include: full-time, part-time, hourly/ drop-in, before- and after-school, weekend, evening, volunteer, PCS, extended duty, shift, subsidy and special needs care. Special needs care includes children with asthma, allergies, physical impairments, etc. For more information, contact the FCC office at 940-676-9023.last_img read more

Whyte vs Povetkin tale of the tape: How fighters compare ahead of heavyweight bout this weekend

first_img Best caption wins🏆 Credit @4×4 8 MOST DANGEROUS RAINS of All Time | TOP 10 INTERESTING Rebekah Vardy scores an impressive penalty in six-inch heels DILLIAN Whyte  versus Alexander Povetkin is set to be the biggest fight of the summer with the heavyweights ready for battle this weekend. The event is being held after being rescheduled twice and will now take place behind closed doors in the garden of Eddie Hearn’s Matchroom Mansion in Essex.Dillian Whyte goes into the fight as the favouriteCredit: ReutersWhyte has had many setbacks during his tenure but he’s bounced backCredit: PA:Press AssociationBut how exactly do the heavyweights compare ahead of their bout?Whyte’s CareerWhyte started his career as a professional kickboxer, his switch to boxing led to a record of 6-0, with a 5KO record.The Bodysnatcher famously defeated Anthony Joshua in the boxing amateur ranks in 2009, though Joshua avenged this defeat in the pros in 2015.He turned a pro boxer in 2011, with a 27-1 and 18KO’s and now this fight that’s leading him to put his WBC Interim World Heavyweight Title on the line.Whyte when he beat the previously unbeaten RivasCredit: Reuters The 32-year-old has transformed himself following his loss to Joshua in 2015, which led to his 11-win streak against names like WBO World Champion Joseph Parker, Derek Chisora, and the previously unbeaten Cuban, Oscar Rivas.Whyte will be looking to cause his opponent some early problems as he gets used to the strength and skill during his 29th bout.Russian resilient PovetkinThe 40-year-old seasoned vet Povetkin has had a different rise to the top having seemed to achieve it all.The Russian’s team bought out the matching outfits ahead of the boutWinning 125 of his 132 bouts as an amateur, he has European Championships, World Championships and an Olympic Gold medal to his name.He’s replicated his success as a professional, winning the WBA World ‘Regular’ title in 2011.The title was previously held by David Haye before he left it vacant when he bid for the Super belt against Vladimir Klitschko.Whilst Whyte holds the advantage, Povetkin is the more experienced of the two so he won’t be willing to give it all away easily.Dillian Whyte speaks about social media feud with Tyson ‘Luke’ Fury, calling rival ‘fake Mike Tyson’ Funny Moments Of Football People Slammed By Massive Waves 4center_img Travel Diary // Vietnam 2017 10 INCREDIBLE Space Launch Failures! REAL vs FAKE GOLD Source: Boxing – thesun.co.uklast_img read more