15SHARESShareShareSharePrintMailGooglePinterestDiggRedditStumbleuponDeliciousBufferTumblr What Is GETS and Why Does My Credit Union Need It?As you are already aware, communication is one of the most important portions of your Business Continuity Plan. Your Credit Union Crisis Communications Plan should include pre-scripted messages for employee and member notifications. Have you included GETS and WPS in your planning process as well?What are GETS and WPS, you ask? Government Emergency Telecommunications Servers (GETS) and Wireless Priority Service (WPS) are access numbers which provide priority calling in the event of emergency or crisis situations when landline networks are overcrowded. These services are managed by the Office of Emergency Communications to support national leadership, Federal, State, local, tribal and territorial governments and other authorized national security and emergency preparedness users. continue reading »
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President Trump’s reelection campaign is negotiating to buy a Super Bowl ad. Source: “The president’s team has agreed on the broad terms for buying an ad…No contract is signed yet.” SBJ Media is live. 🔒https://t.co/j3LH3pL2Xm🔒 pic.twitter.com/N5qKS7aqXL— John Ourand (@Ourand_SBJ) November 19, 2019This fall, Trump attended a World Series game in D.C. to a chorus of boos, and an Alabama-LSU college football contest at which he received a warmer reception. Trump, who is the subject of an impeachment inquiry, holds little public support among D.C. citizens but won Alabama in the 2016 general election.The president has historically clashed with the NFL, having been spurned from achieving his dream to be an owner and leading a disastrous lawsuit against the league in 1986 that backfired and forced the competing USFL to fold. Over the past few years, he has also lashed out at NFL player protests during the national anthem.This season’s Super Bowl will take place on Feb. 2, 2020. President Donald Trump’s increased involvement in U.S. sporting events could culminate in a record-breaking advertisement buy for the Super Bowl, according to a report from the Sports Business Journal.The prospective deal for the Fox TV broadcast, which would be orchestrated by his 2020 re-election campaign, could cost in the neighborhood of $5.6 million for 30 seconds of airtime. That would likely exceed the cost of any other campaign ad he has purchased so far, though he reportedly paid seven figures for a World Series ad last month. A deal has not yet been completed and negotiations are still ongoing, according to the SBJ report.”The president’s team has agreed on the broad terms for buying an ad,” a source told SBJ. “No contract is signed yet.”MORE: Latest on Colin Kaepernick’s continued push for NFL return
High School Results (HTML) Photo Gallery Triple Jump1. Taryn Rolle, 39-01 (11.91m) Print Friendly Version 400-Meter Hurdles1. Hudson Priebe, 52.962. Dominic Lombardi, 53.133. Malik Metivier, 53.316. Tyler Zak, 55.30 The men’s 4×400-meter relay team had similar success with a first-place time of 3:14.54 from Dominic Lombardi (Columbus, Ohio), Blair Barrow, Malik Metivier (Toronto, Ont.) and Bas Van Leersum (Zaandam, The Netherlands). High School Results (PDF) 4×400-Meter Relay1. Crawford, Young, Coombe, Okoye, 3:42.63 Meet record4. Lang, Giuliano, Rettig, Nicholson, 4:01.51 100-Meter Hurdles1. Mary Young, 13.862. Victoria Coombe, 14.6110. Bryce Lang, 16.99 1,500 Meters9. Olivia Rogers, 4:52.6311. Meghan Kearney, 4:54.7313. Morgan Garcia, 4:57.0719. Shelby Varney, 5:13.04 Pole Vault4. Christina LeMunyon, 10-02 (3.10m) 4×100-Meter Relay1. Crawford, Rolle, Young, Okoye, 46.51 Collegiate Results (HTML) The women’s 4×400-meter relay team, consisting of Mariah Crawford, Mary Young (Urbandale, Iowa), Victoria Coombe (Centennial, Colo.) and Ebele Okoye (McDonough, Ga.) set a Jim Duncan Invitational record with a time of 3:42.63. The time was also the second-fastest time in school history and bested the previous meet record by nearly two seconds. 1,500 Meters3. Josh Yeager, 3:51.895. Xavier Lechleitner, 3:52.456. Reed Fischer, 3:52.4810. Matt Cozine, 3:58.38 Drake Individual Women’s Results100 Meters1. Mariah Crawford, 12.55 The Bulldogs will be back in action April 22 at MUSCO Twilight meet in Iowa City, followed by the Drake Relays April 25-29 back on the Jim Duncan Track. Hammer Throw8. Michael Dolan, 155-10 (47.51m) Jim Duncan InvitationalApril 14-15Jim Duncan Track – Drake Stadium Drake Individual Men’s Results100 Meters1. Demetrius Shelton, 10.763. Caulin Graves, 10.884. Aaron Chier, 11.116. Deonne Witherspoon, 11.2815. Nihad Ejubovic, 11.60 800 Meters2. Meghan Kearney, 2:17.623. Kayla Giuliano, 2:17.977. Kaylen Rettig, 2:18.888. Samantha Nielsen, 2:20.5912. Olivia Rogers, 2:25.7913. Paige Nicholson, 2:27.15 800 Meters2. George Webb 1:54.305. Xavier Lechleitner 1:55.247. Cory Erickson 1:55.329. Matt Cozine 1:55.8710. Josh Yeager 1:56.8223. Michael Cooper, 2:03.5524. Alec Bognar, 2:04.4326. John Freeman, 2:06.72 200 Meters1. Mariah Crawford, 24.892. Ebele Okoye, 25.15 Javelin5. Erik Olson, 126-10 (38.66m) 5,000 Meters9. Kyle Cass, 15:03.7310. Kyle Brandt, 15:04.49 “Ecstatic is the best word I can use to describe my thoughts on the team’s performance this weekend,” said Drake co-interim head coach LaRon Bennett. “We carried a lot of momentum from the indoor season and I knew we had to stay healthy and believe in the process. It’s good to see that faith and hard work pay off with meet records and wins. I’m proud of our team and happy for them.” 4×400-Meter Relay1. Lombardi, Barrow, Metivier, Van Leersum, 3:14.549. Erickson, Webb, Lechleitner, Bognar, 3:27.0110. Zak, Cozine, Cooper, Harlan, 3:29.28 Collegiate Results (PDF) High Jump3. Forest Moses, 6-4 (1.93m) 3,000-Meter Steeplechase2. Chris Kaminski, 9:54.53 200 Meters3. Caulin Graves, 21.624. Demetrius Shelton, 21.725. Aaron Chier, 21.8210. Deonne Witherspoon, 22.6011. Nihad Ejubovic, 22.6112. Blair Barrow, 22.6319. Maxwell Harlan, 23.09 Rolle led the Bulldogs’ efforts in the field events with a first-place jump of 39-1. Story Links 5,000 Meters10. Bailee Cofer, 18:06.6014. MyKaela Cole, 18:43.73 Discus6. Michael Dolan, 136-05 (40.62m) 400 Meters12. Blair Barrow, 50.5618. Maxwell Harlan, 51.99 400 Meters1. Rai Ahmed-Green, 56.86 Crawford also swept the 100 and 200 meters with times of 12.55 and 24.89, just ahead of Coombe, who finished second in both the 100 and 200 meters with personal bests in both events. Complete Results (PDF) 4×100-Meter Relay1. Witherspoon, Shelton, Cheir, Graves, 40.97 110-Meter Hurdles3. Hudson Priebe, 15.325. Dominic Lombardi 15.47 Drake also had a pair of first-place finishes in the hurdles with Hudson Priebe (Chamberlain, S.D.) winning the men’s 400-meter hurdles in 52.96 while Young won the women’s 100-meter hurdles in 13.86. Priebe’s finish led to a sweep of the top three spots in the race with Lombardi and Metivier following with personal bests of 53.13 and 53.31, respectively. High Jump4. Tamar Mosby, 5-03 (1.6m)6. Taylor Patton, 5-01 (1.55m) 400-Meter Hurdles2. Victoria Coombe, 1:02.548. Bryce Lang, 1:07.09 Earlier in the day, sprinters Deonne Witherspoon (South Bend, Ind.), Demetrius Shelton (Markham, Ill.), Aaron Chier (Belgium, Wis.) and Caulin Graves (Kansas City, Mo.) combined to run a 40.97 4×100-meter relay for another meet record. Their time shattered the 25-year-old mark of 41.10 set by Iowa in 1992. Three of the four also went on to place top five in both the 100 and 200 meters with Shelton taking first the 100 meters in 10.76 against a strong headwind. The women’s 4×100-meter team also took top honors in 46.51 thanks to Crawford, Young, Taryn Rolle (Nassau, The Bahamas) and Okoye’s efforts. Complete Results (HTML) ieDES MOINES, Iowa – The Drake University men’s and women’s track and field teams finished the 41st Jim Duncan Invitational with two meet records and 11 first-place finishes over two days of competition at Drake Stadium.