2013 Walk for the Wounded on the boardwalk in Ocean City, NJ.Ocean City Home Bank and Operation First Response — a nonprofit organization that provides financial support to injured soldiers and their families — will present the sixth annual Walk for the Wounded on the Ocean City Boardwalk on Saturday (Sept. 27).WHO: The event involves:Operation First Response, a nonprofit organization that provides financial assistance to wounded soldiers and their familiesMedal of Honor Sponsor Ocean City Home Bank, and numerous other supporters, advertisers, and walkersThe Ocean City Fire Department who work tirelessly selling stickers and T-shirts to raise money for Walk for the WoundedCongressman Frank LoBiondo, New Jersey Senator Jeff Van Drew, and Ocean City Mayor Jay GillianSergeant Robert Gordon, who served five years in the United States Army Airborne Rangers, will speak. Sergeant Gordon served two tours in Afghanistan and one tour in Iraq. He is now fighting Medullary Thyroid Cancer, a rare cancer that only attacks approximately 1,700 people a year.WHAT: The 6th Annual Walk for the Wounded, a three-mile walk aimed at drawing attention to the plight of returning soldiers and their families, while raising funds to help meet their critical needsWHEN: Saturday, September 278:00 am: Tidal Wave begins to perform8:30 am: Registration begins9:30 am: Introductions and welcomes, including: Steve Brady, President and CEO of Ocean City Home Bank; Emcee Phil Martelli; Benediction by Jim Schmidt of Shore Medical Center Pastoral Services; Pledge of Allegiance by Ocean City American Legion; National Anthem by Marmora resident Julia Fumo, age 13; Presentation by Ocean City Fire Department9:55 am: Remarks: Ocean City Mayor Jay Gillian; New Jersey State Senator Jeff Van Drew; Congressman Frank LoBiondo; Lisa Jenkins, wife of a soldier who has been helped by Operation First Response10:05 am: Keynote Speaker Sergeant Robert Gordon10:10 am: The three-mile walk begins at the Music Pier and proceeds to 14th Street1:00 pm: All children who raise $10 or more receive a wristband for rides at Gillian’s Wonderland Pier from 1:00 to 5:00 pmWHERE: Ocean City Music Pier, Moorlyn Terrace and Boardwalk, Ocean City, New Jersey__________Sign up for OCNJ Daily’s free newsletter and breaking news alerts“Like” us on Facebook
Installed: four 53Lti thermal transfer coding machines for manufacturing of Christmas puddings; installed by Allen Coding Systems, which manufactures thermal transfer, hot foil and laser coding and marking equipment.Currently installed: Matthew Walker currently has 10 of Allen Coding’s machines fitted on its production lines, divided between 53LT thermal transfer coders and Compact 205 units.Solution: Part of food giant Northern Foods, the firm makes Matthew Walker-branded puddings, as well as own-label puddings made to individual recipes for the major retailers in the UK; it also produces under licence for prestigious customers such as Duchy Originals and Harrods. As the Compact 205 models it has been using have been wearing out, the company has decided to replace them with the superior 53LT unit. It has done this in four cases to date, most recently during the summer of 2010.How it fits: The 53LTs are installed in two lanes on the same lines and are being used to label Christmas puddings and sponge puddings. Operating at speeds of up to 50 per minute, they apply dates and lot codes on to Matthew Walker’s product base labels.Benefits: longer time between reel changes, less compressed air, quicker code changes than the Compact 205 and fewer numerals to control.Supplied by: Allen Coding Systemswww.allencoding.co.uk
amend the Nutrition (Amendment etc) (EU Exit) Regulations 2019 in order to reflect the Protocol on Ireland/Northern Ireland (NIP) in law revoke the Nutrition (Amendment) (Northern Ireland) (EU Exit) Regulations 2019 account for changes in EU NLCS legislation since March 2019 In July 2020, DHSC launched a consultation exercise, inviting comments from the food and nutrition industry, representative groups, the public and others on the proposed approach to reflect the Northern Ireland Protocol in law, and ensure that the aspects of the law relating to nutrition continue to operate effectively after the end of the transition period.This document provides a summary of the responses received and the government’s response.,The proposals aim to ensure certain aspects of the law relating to nutrition continue to operate effectively after the transition period from 1 January 2021.The changes would:
New Orleans, LA-based funk outfit Dumpstaphunk will host their 3rd Annual Phunksgiving Eve celebration in New York City to celebrate the Thanksgiving holiday. The show will take place Wednesday, Nov. 23rd at American Beauty (tickets here). It has been a long time since Ivan Neville and company have played such an intimate-sized venue, which will make for even more of a special event.This year’s special guests include guitarist Eric Krasno, drummer Nikki Glaspie, guitarist Brandon “Taz” Niederauer, and the Steel Town Horns. Trumpeter Maurice “Mobetta” Brown will open up the festivities with his band SOUL’D U OUT. The 2016 Phunksgiving Eve celebration will be themed “70s Funk Classics and Rock N Roll Stew”, so be sure to get your flyest threads ready to rock. “A lot of our music has [70’s funk] influence in it, and a lot of the stuff we’ve come up with has evolved from that era. So we’re gonna dig deep in there,” Ivan explains. The theme was revealed in a recent Facebook Live video, where Ivan and Ian Neville discussed all things Thanksgiving, Phunksgiving, tradition, and more. Check it out below!Thanksgiving Eve tends to be one of the biggest party nights of the year, so make sure to get a ticket to this extremely intimate, funk-fueled dance party to help get that appetite going with some plentiful portions of the F-U-N-K. If previous years are any indication, expect plenty of surprises on this extra special night. Tickets are currently available here.