Greensburg, Ind. — MainSource Bank will collect items for New Directions of Decatur County at the Greensburg and Westport locations through Friday, May 26.Suggested items include:Food: Macaroni and cheese (boxes or single serve), Canned Ravioli / Spaghetti O’s, Spaghetti Sauce and Noodles, Fruit Cups / Cans, Juice BoxesHygiene / Toiletries: Hairdryer (new or gently used), Curling Iron (new or gently used), Straightening Iron (new or gently used), Hairspray, Hair Brushes and Facial TissuesGift Cards / Cash to purchase Frozen FoodsDrop off locations are the Westport Branch at 102 Underwood Drive, The Greensburg Main Branch at 201 N Broadway St, Greenburg Plaza at 304 E 10th St and the Greensburg Headquarters at the State Road 3 bypass.The mission of New Directions of Decatur County is to increase awareness about domestic violence and to assist individual victims break free from the cycle of physical and emotional abuse. They offer confidential and free services for victims of domestic violence or abuse, regardless of sex, age, gender identity, sexual orientation, race, color, religion, national origin, marital status or disability. New Directions has a professionally trained and friendly staff to listen to everyone and develop a plan of action.
September 21, 2020
Peter Odemwingie scored his third goal in two games to equalise and four minutes later Peter Crouch took advantage of slack marking to put Stoke ahead. Leandro Bacuna and Nathan Baker both failed to clear their lines and Steven Nzonzi took full advantage, beating Brad Guzan from inside the box. Geoff Cameron rounded off the hammering in the final minute as Villa’s defence was stretched on the counter. Manager Paul Lambert had called on Villa to end an inconsistent season with a good run, but that seems unlikely if they put on more performances like this. Stoke, on the other hand, performed well, with Odemwingie a constant menace up front. Mark Hughes’ team, who had only won once on their travels before this weekend, leapfrogged Villa into 10th. Villa started just as they had ended last week’s game against Chelsea – on top. Lambert’s side exerted a lot of pressure on the Potters and it took just five minutes for Hughes’ men to buckle. Villa performed superbly to beat Chelsea last week, but on Sunday they thoroughly deserved a 4-1 beating. Christian Benteke gave Villa an early lead, but Stoke dominated thereafter. Press Association Ryan Bertrand found last week’s match-winner Fabian Delph, who muscled his way past his marker and pulled the ball back to Benteke and the Belgian took a touch to control before smashing a left-footed drive past Asmir Begovic. Delph and Bertrand combined well again, but no one could get on the end of the left-back’s low cross. Stoke started to come back into the game and Odemwingie was the main threat. The Nigerian bamboozled Baker and Ashley Westwood before curling a shot just over the bar. Odemwingie made no mistake with his finish moments later when he ran on to Crouch’s knock-down and slotted the ball past Guzan despite a last-ditch sliding tackle by Bertrand. Four minutes later Stoke took the lead. Erik Pieters won the ball off Bacuna and played a clever backheel to Marko Arnautovic. The midfielder brushed off a challenge and pulled the ball back to the unmarked Crouch, who beat Guzan with a simple side-footed finish. Things went from bad to worse for Villa when Karim El Ahmadi and Andreas Weimann hobbled off with injuries. The Villa boss replaced the duo with Marc Albrighton and Yacouba Sylla. Marc Wilson could have made it 3-1 but he misplaced a free header in the box. Stoke still managed to open up a two-goal lead before the break though and once again Villa’s defending was not up to scratch. Bacuna failed to deal with a simple lofted ball, allowing Arnautovic to run at the Villa back four. The Austrian winger then laid a weak pass in field which Baker diverted into the path of Nzonzi and he beat Guzan. Home fans left their seats to go for their half-time pie early. Many of those who remained booed their team off at the sound of the half-time whistle. Villa upped their game straight after the restart. Benteke went to ground in the box after the slightest of nudges in the back from Cameron. The striker and his manager appealed for a penalty but Mark Clattenburg shook his head. Benteke took his protest too far, shouting and pointing at the referee, who responded by showing the Belgian a yellow card. There was no sign of a Villa comeback thereafter. Their passing was woeful at times and Stoke had little trouble opening up the home defence. Odemwingie came in off the flank and fired a low drive that Guzan parried before Ron Vlaar hooked clear. The Villa captain missed a header at the other end. Lambert made a change, bringing on Grant Holt for Westwood. Hughes was also forced into a change when Pieters hobbled off with an injury. And the home fans left their seats en masse when Cameron turned home Arnautovic’s pass in the final minute. Stoke strolled to their first away win in seven months thanks to a woeful defensive display from Aston Villa.
August 30, 2020
StumbleUpon Related Articles Kambi takes control of Churchill Downs BetAmerica sportsbook August 28, 2020 Share Submit Kambi and DraftKings agree on final closure terms July 24, 2020 Delasport clients get access to Kiron’s BetMan RGS platform April 27, 2020 Share Sports betting solutions provider SBTech has announced the soft launch of mobile-first sportsbook MoPlay.co.uk, on a full platform solution.Becoming the latest brand to go live on the firm’s Chameleon360 iGaming platform, it is the first to be launched by Gibraltar based Addison Global Group.The MoPlay management team is to be led by Juergen Reutter, CEO of Addison Global Limited, who commented: “We are delighted to partner with SBTech on this exciting new venture. As of today, MoPlay is open for business, but this is very much a soft launch for now. We are not attempting to break through the World Cup noise. “Instead our marketing approach will focus on the new football season in August, to coincide with some significant sponsorship activity and the release of our MoPlay app. Meanwhile, we’ll continue to work closely with SBTech to bolster our product offering. Watch this space!”MoPlay is setting out a strategic target of having an increasingly strong appeal with the millennial market, as it aims to position its itself as a unique brand within the sector.Furthermore, with a goal of pushing the boundaries of what can be achieved in mobile gambling, MoPlay details that the mobile first product innovations and API strategy let them to SBTech, with the hope of enabling the firm to build and deliver a differentiating front-end to their customers.Richard Carter, CEO of SBTech, added: “We are delighted to have partnered with Addison Global and look forward to helping this highly experienced and ambitious management team build a truly unique and original mobile only sports and gaming brand based off SBTech’s next generation APIs.”This is the latest move by SBTech, which saw the firm partner with Churchill Down Incorporated, aiding its real money online gaming and sports betting entry, as well as with Georgian bookie Adjarabet who upgraded its sportsbook to an SBTech powered offering.