Community College of Vermont (CCV) Provost Joyce M Judy was appointed Interim President of the College by the Vermont State Colleges Board of Trustees at its June 4 meeting. Judy begins her one-year interim term on July 1, succeeding Tim Donovan, who leaves CCV to become Chancellor of the Vermont State Colleges system. A national search will be launched in the fall for a permanent appointment.In announcing the appointment, Gary Moore, chair of the Board of Trustees, said, I am delighted that Joyce Judy has accepted the appointment of acting president. She has the experience and the devotion to CCV that will help her lead the institution as it continues to move forward with strong growth and sound fiscal management. This is a plum presidency, said outgoing President Donovan, and the College deserves and will benefit from a national search for its next leader. Joyce Judy has been second in command during my presidency. She has the confidence and trust of the CCV community and our many partners. She is exceptionally qualified to guide CCV during this transitional year.Judy rose through the ranks of CCV, beginning as a Coordinator of Academic Services in 1983 at CCV s Springfield location. She subsequently served as Dean of Students and became the College s first provost in 2001.She has been instrumental in the organizational development of CCV for more than two decades and a driving force behind many of CCV s prominent partnerships and programs. She led the development of its Rise to the Challenge program, in partnership with the VSC, VSAC, the State of Vermont, the Nellie Mae Foundation and the Vermont Community Foundation, giving more than 1400 high school students each year the opportunity to explore college, and offering tuition-free college courses as incentives to those who might not otherwise plan to go on to college. She spearheaded the Career Readiness Certificate program in collaboration with the Vermont Department of Labor and Department of Economic Development, now providing workforce readiness training throughout the state. She helped develop the partnership between CCV and Johnson State College to deliver JSC s External Degree Program, offering bachelor degree options to students statewide through all CCV locations.Judy was raised on and continues to participate in her family s dairy farm, McNamara Dairy in Plainfield, NH. She and her spouse Ben Judy live in Waterbury.CCV employs 150 staff and 600 part-time faculty serving over 10,000 students annually in 12 learning sites and online. Vermont s state colleges include Castleton State College, Community College of Vermont, Johnson State College, Lyndon State College and Vermont Technical College.Source: CCV. JUNE 4, 2009
You could pop in to Bloodhounds and then make a few strides home to your penthouseIF you ever wanted a crash pad that was stumbling distance from a pub, here is your chance. Oxbridge Property is selling a tavern, office and penthouse at 454 Brunswick St in Fortitude Valley.Currently home to the Bloodhound Corner Bar and Kitchen, the property is an easy swagger to the Pig ‘n’ Whistle, the industrial chic bar and venue, The Flying Cock, clubbers paradise, Cloudland, and the iconic, The Press Club. Inside the penthouse“Mostly from young professionals looking for a place to crash,” he said.“Fortitude Valley is hip and growing but compared to New Farm, it is more affordable. “And because it is above a commercial office, it is very quiet after 5.30pm.”The two-level penthouse has two bedrooms and two bathrooms.There is also space for six vehicles and you could rent a few of those out to help pay the mortgage.A quick look at parkhound.com.au shows that parking spaces in The Valley could be a good money spinner, with some property owners leasing their spots for upwards of $300 a month. More from newsParks and wildlife the new lust-haves post coronavirus15 hours agoNoosa’s best beachfront penthouse is about to hit the market15 hours agoYou can buy the lot – pub, office and penthouse. And some car spaces that could be leased out to take a serious dent out of any bank loanThe mixed-use property was bought for $1.92 million in 2005 but is expected to fetch substantially more now.It is being offered on a expressions of interest basis, with several options open to purchase. Dr Howe said buyers could purchase the lot, or make an offer on individual lots. He said they were getting a lot of interest in the penthouse, in particular. Inside, the penthouse is light and airy, and has views of the Story Bridge and city.There is also a modern kitchen that flows in to an open plan dining and living space. Inside Bloodhound Corner Bar and Kitchen. Source: realestate.com.auFor those chai sipping days, it is also an easy stroll to The Judith Wright Centre of Contemporary Arts, Phillip Bacon Galleries, Chinatown, and a whole host of foodie venues.Oxbridge Property agent Paul Howe said the property was listed over the weekend, and they had already received a number of inquiries. “It is a popular spot with the after-work crowd, a kind of speak-easy, gastropub,” he said.“The current owner bought the three lots but is now looking to sell as he has another development elsewhere.”The property is made up of three lots totalling 586sq m – a 358sq m tavern, a two-level 149sq m penthouse and a 79sq m office.
Two days before the 2019 MLB All-Star Game, some of baseball most promising prospects will compete in the Futures Game.The event, slated for July 7, will pit top American League talents against the best from the National League. Thirty-six players on Baseball America’s list of the top 100 prospects will feature in the contest. MORE: Watch ‘ChangeUp,’ a new MLB live whiparound show on DAZNA few players from last year’s Futures Game are already big league contributors. Examples include Yordan Alvarez (Astros), Keston Hiura (Brewers) and Fernando Tatis Jr. (Padres). It’s likely that several youngsters in the latest showcase will soon break through to MLB as well.Sporting News lists the full rosters for each team and, below them, answers frequently asked questions regarding the 2019 Futures Game.MLB All-Star rosters | Futures Game roster | Celebrity softball game rosterAmerican League Futures Game full rosterThe AL team will be managed by Jim Thome. Notable staffers include Sean Casey and Nick Punto.PitchersPlayerTeamLevelBrendan McKayRaysMLBJ.B. BukauskasAstrosAAJustin DunnMarinersAADeivi GarciaYankeesAAMatt ManningTigersAANate PearsonBlue JaysAABrady SingerRoyalsAADL HallOriolesAGrayson RodriguezOriolesAJordan BalazovicTwinsAPosition playersPos.PlayerTeamLevelCJake RogersTigersAAACSam HuffRangersACRonaldo HernandezRaysAIFJorge MateoA’sAAAIFNick MadrigalWhite SoxAAIFIsaac ParedesTigersAAIFEvan WhiteMarinersAAIFWander FrancoRaysAIFNolan JonesIndiansAIFRoyce LewisTwinsAOFDaniel JohnsonIndiansAAAOFJo AdellAngelsAAOFJarren DuranRed SoxAAOFLuis RobertWhite SoxAAOFJarred KelenicMarinersANational League Futures Game full rosterThe NL team will be managed by Dennis Martinez. Notable staffers include Omar Vizquel and Jerry Manuel.PitchersPlayerTeamLevelAdbert AlzolayCubsMLBBen BowdenRockiesAAAAnthony KayMetsAAAIan AndersonBravesAADustin MayDodgersAAAdrian MorejonPadresAASixto SanchezMarlinsAALuis PatinoPadresAMacKenzie GorePadresAPosition playersPos.PlayerTeamLevelCDaulton VarshoDiamondbacksAACJoey BartGiantsACMiguel AmayaCubsAIFWill CraigPiratesAAAIFIsan DiazMarlinsAAAIFCarter KieboomNationalsAAAIFAlec BohmPhilliesAAIFGavin LuxDodgersAAIFNolan GormanCardinalsAOFMonte HarrisonMarlinsAAAOFDylan CarlsonCardinalsAAOFChristian PacheBravesAAOFTaylor TrammellRedsAAOFHeliot RamosGiantsAOFAlek ThomasDiamondbacksAWhat time is the 2019 Futures Game?The annual contest will take place Sunday, July 7, at 7 p.m. ET.What channel is the Futures Game on TV?It will be broadcast on MLB Network and streamed on MLB.com. The announcers for the matchup are Greg Amsinger, Harold Reynolds and Jim Callis.Where will the Futures Game be played?Progressive Field in Cleveland will host the Futures Game in the buildup to the 2019 MLB All-Star Game.Which MLB team has the most Futures Game prospects?Barring late changes to the rosters, the Rays, Mariners, Padres, Marlins and Tigers are tied for the lead with three Futures Game members apiece. Every MLB team has at least one representative.What is the format for the competition?Unlike in previous seasons, when the Futures Game pitted a World team against a U.S. team, this year’s version is separated by American League and National League. The change makes the contest more comparable to the MLB All-Star Game than it was in the past.Another difference is the length of the game. For the first time, it will be an abbreviated seven-inning affair. Starting lineups will be determined by Jim Thome and Dennis Martinez, the respective managers for each squad.Who votes on the Futures Game roster?MiLB.com writes that rosters are determined as such:”Major League Baseball, in conjunction with MLB Pipeline, Baseball America and the 30 Major League Clubs, selected the 25 players currently on each team.”How long has the Futures Game existed?The Futures Game has been around since 1999, when Boston hosted the first edition.
ARCADIA, Calif. (June 7, 2015)–Trainer Neil Drysdale’s Gaga A made an auspicious U.S. debut at a mile and a half on grass Sunday at Santa Anita, as the 6-year-old Uruguayan-bred mare sat close to lethargic fractions and outsprinted favored Gas Total to take the $75,000 Possibly Perfect Handicap under Tyler Baze by 1 ¼ lengths. With favored Gas Total sauntering on the lead through splits of 25.91, 50.57, 1:16.50, 1:41.91 and 2:06.35, Gaga A angled off the rail a furlong out and stopped the clock at 2:29.78.Idle since winning a Group III stakes at 1 5/16 miles in France on Nov. 11, Gaga A was off at 6-1 in a field of six fillies and mares three and up and paid $15.80, $4.80 and $4.20.“They were walking!” said Drysdale. “A mile in 1:41 and four?…She quickened well which was nice to see. The plan is to take her to Arlington next for the Modesty (Grade III, 1 3/16 miles on July 11).In a racing rarity, owner/breeder Haras Phillipson owns the one-two finishers in the Possibly Perfect and has them with two different trainers (Richard Mandella has Brazilian-bred Gas Total).“Mr. Phillipson has a stud farm in Brazil and a stud farm in Uruguay, but these horses have all come to us from France,” said Drysdale.“Neil got her ready and she was just a dream to ride,” said Baze. “I didn’t really have to steady turning for home but I threaded the needle. She’s a push-button horse to ride. She galloped out well after the wire and she was full of energy. I gave her a nice pat crossing the wire, she threw her ears up and was just having a good time.”Gaga A, who improved her overall record to 29-5-3-5, picked up $46,080 for the win, increasing her career earnings to $273,031.Ridden by Flavien Prat, Gas Total, who came off a second place finish on the main track in the Grade I Vanity Stakes May 9, was the heavy 3-5 favorite and finished 1 ¾ lengths clear of Irish-bred Halljoy. Gas Total paid $2.60 and $2.20.Ridden by Rafael Bejarano, HallJoy sat second early and proved third best, finishing a head in front of Customer Base. Off at 9-1, she paid $3.60 to show.Racing resumes at Santa Anita on Thursday, with first post time at 1 p.m. Admission gates open at 11 a.m.
ARCADIA, Calif. (Feb. 13, 2016)–A close fourth mid-way down the backstretch, favored Tara’s Tango split horses three off the rail coming to the quarter pole and went on to a hard earned half length victory in Saturday’s Grade II, $200,000 Santa Maria Stakes at Santa Anita. Trained by Jerry Hollendorfer and ridden by Martin Garcia, Tara’s Tango outran Yahilwa late and got 1 1/16 miles in 1:44.48.Third, beaten a neck here in the Grade II, seven furlong Santa Monica Stakes Jan. 23, Tara’s Tango, a 4-year-old Kentucky-bred filly by Unbridled’s Song, registered her first graded stakes win in her ninth career start.“I think this is the distance she wants to run, I think she wants two turns,” said Garcia. “She doesn’t have a lot of early speed. I think she prefers to go at her own pace and this distance lets her run at her own pace.”The 9-5 favorite in a field of eight older fillies and mares, Tara’s Tango paid $5.80, $3.20 and $2.60.“We thought she could route because she did run against the Eclipse Award winner (3-year-old Filly, Stellar Wind, who beat Tara’s Tango by a nose in Santa Anita’s Summertime Oaks on June 20),” said Hollendorfer. “I was a little distressed when she came away from the gate slower than we wanted her to, but Martin got her into a good position right away…I think one of the key things was that Martin let (Birdatthewire) go, so that he could make his own pace.”Owned and bred by Stonestreet Stables, LLC, Tara’s Tango improved her overall mark to 9-3-3-1. With the winner’s share of $120,000, she increased her earnings to $318,004.Yahilwa, who came off a third place finish in the Grade II, 1 1/16 miles La Canada Stakes on Jan. 16, pressed the pace under Joe Talamo and stayed gamely for the place, finishing three quarters of a length in front of Living The Life. Off at 7-2, Yahilwa paid $3.80 and $2.80.“She ran a helluva race, she really did,” said Talamo. “The plan was to let her break out of there and place herself, which she pretty much did. She ran huge, I mean the winner came to us and she fought back. She did everything but win.Irish-bred Living The Life had the lead into the Club House turn and ran a huge race under Gary Stevens, finishing 1 ¼ lengths in front of Kyriaki. Off at 9-2, Living The Life paid $3.20 to show.The disappointment in the race was Birdatthewire, who was the second choice with Mike Smith at 2-1 and finished a non-threatening fifth.Fractions on the race were 23.54, 46.97, 1:11.45 and 1:37.73.First post time for a nine-race card Sunday at Santa Anita is at 12:30 p.m. Admission gates open at 10:30 a.m.