The Des Plaines Community Foundation awarded four $1,500 scholarships to 2019 Des Plaines college bound students. This is the seventh year the Foundation has offered scholarships. According to Rosemary Argus, executive director of the Foundation, the annual scholarships are available for both two-year and four-year college students starting school in 2019. Our four awardees celebrated their achievements at the annual Education Scholarship luncheon held in late May. The 2019 recipients for the Foundation scholarships this year were four young ladies, which was a first for the Foundation, she commented."We believe that helping our young adults obtain a college education is an investment, not only in the future of our youth, but also in the future of Des Plaines," said Argus. "The scholarships will help bring a college degree within reach for students who need it most."The four 2019 winners were Sophia Panfil and Jillian Valente from Elk Grove High School and Samantha Parcell and … [Read more...] about DPCF Awarded Four $1,500 Scholarships for College Bound Students
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Published 8:29 am PST, Saturday, February 23, 2019 In this Feb. 14, 2019 photo, Axel Sinda and his wife Noella Disasi pose for a portrait at their house in Lincoln, Neb. The couple recently bought their first home with the help of a low-income program that has buyers save $1,000 and then they receive an additional $4,000 for a down payment. "We are happy to not be moving around anymore. We have a big family and we use to have a small 2-bedroom apartment," says Sinda. (Savannah Blake/Lincoln Journal Star via AP) less In this Feb. 14, 2019 photo, Axel Sinda and his wife Noella Disasi pose for a portrait at their house in Lincoln, Neb. The couple recently bought their first home with the help of a low-income program that has ... more Photo: SAVANNAH BLAKE, AP Photo: SAVANNAH BLAKE, AP Image 1 of … [Read more...] about Lincoln-area program helps people save for homes, school
Fourth Quarter 2018 Highlights¹ Assets under management (“AUM”) of $52.8 billion Strong investment performance, with 57%, 68%, 74% and 88% of AUM outperforming its respective benchmarks over the trailing one year, three years, five years and 10 years, respectively Gross flows of $4.0 billion; net outflows of $1.0 billion Operating margin of 26.8%; adjusted EBITDA margin of 37.9% $0.19 per diluted share of GAAP earnings $0.38 per diluted share of adjusted net income with tax benefit $34.4 million of cash flow from operations CLEVELAND, Ohio, Feb. 06, 2019 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- Victory Capital Holdings, Inc. (NASDAQ: VCTR) (“Victory Capital” or “the Company”) today reported its results for the three months and full year ended December 31, 2018. “I am pleased to report that Victory Capital delivered strong investment and financial performance during the fourth quarter of 2018, a period of unprecedented volatility for the financial … [Read more...] about Victory Capital Reports Fourth Quarter 2018 Results
Sonja Haller USA TODAY Published 12:37 PM EDT Sep 26, 2018 Rebecca Savage had the discussion about drugs with her sons. They had the discussion about alcohol. They didn't have the discussion about prescription drugs. "Prescription drug use 2½ years ago was not even on our radar," Rebecca Savage told All the Moms. Her two honor-student high school graduates died June 14, 2015 after coming home from a graduation party. Her sons, ages 18 and 19, weren't drug abusers. They simply said yes at a party when someone offered them pills. The Indiana mom has spoken about her sons to about 60,000 students and parents since their deaths. She wants to help teens find a way to say no when they're offered drugs of any kind. Know the potential dangers of your prescription medications Savage recently raised the profile of her advocacy work by partnering with Walgreens. On Wednesday, Sept. 26 she will be … [Read more...] about Mom who lost 2 sons to opioids advises parents to create ‘exit plan’
.......... .......... .......... .......... .......... .......... .......... .......... .......... .......... .......... .......... .......... .......... .......... .......... .......... ..........Alexa Sulvetta’s hospital bill includes a trauma activation fee. (Heidi de Marco/KHN/TNS)On the first morning of Jang Yeo Im’s vacation to San Francisco in 2016, her 8-month-old son, Park Jeong Whan, fell off the bed in the family’s hotel room and hit his head.There was no blood, but the baby was inconsolable. Jang and her husband worried he might have an injury they couldn’t see, so they called 911, and an ambulance took the family — tourists from South Korea — to Zuckerberg San Francisco General Hospital (SFGH).ADVERTISEMENTThe doctors at the hospital quickly determined that baby Jeong Whan was fine — just a little bruising on his nose and forehead. He took a short nap in his mother’s arms, drank some infant formula and was discharged a few … [Read more...] about A baby was treated with a nap and a bottle of formula. The bill was $18,000.