Handball-Planet.com list of TOP 15 women’s transfers for season 2013/2014

first_imgShareTweetShareShareEmailCommentsSummer 2013 will be remembered as one of the most interesting for European handball market. Many great players have changed their teams between the two seasons due many different reasons. Oltchim Valcea bankrupt forced many players to leave one of the best European teams. On the other side, new mega-team ZRK Vardar is born.Handball-Planet.com prepares a list of 15 biggest women’s handball transfers of summer 2013:WOMEN’S TOP 15 HANDBALL TRANSFERS BEFORE SEASON 2013/2014:1. Katarina Bulatovic (Oltchim Valcea – Gyor)2. Andrea Lekic (Gyor – ZRK Vardar)3. Allison Pineau (Oltchim Valcea – ZRK Vardar)4. Christina Neagu (Oltchim Valcea – ZRK Buducnost)5. Alexandrina Barbosa (Oltchim Valcea – Thuringer)6. Camila Dalby (Randers – ZRK Buducnost)7. Tatiana Khmyrova (Dinamo Volgograd – ZRK Vardar)8. Jovanka Radičevic (Gyor – ZRK Vardar)9. Chana Masson ( Randers – Viborg HK)10. Amandine Leynaud (Oltchim Valcea – ZRK Vardar)11. Marija Jovanovic (Oltchim Valcea – Astrahanocka)12. Sanja Damnjanovic (RK Podravka – Viborg HK)13. Oana Manea (Oltchim Valcea – Krim Mercator)14. Miranda Tatari (Podravka – Astrahanocka)15. Paula Ungureanu (Oltchim Valcea – HCM Baia Mare)MEN’S TOP 25 TRANSFERS – SUMMER 2013 Recommended for you Lekic and Arenhart to join RK Krim Mercator ShareTweetShareShareEmail Related Items:Alexandrina Barbosa, Allison Pineau, Amandine Leynaud, Andrea Lekic, Camila Dalby, Chana Masson, Christina Neagu, handball planet, Jovanka Radičević, Katarina Bulatovic, Tatiana Khmyrova, top handball transfers Serious injury of Andrea Lekic Leave a Reply Cancel replyYour email address will not be published.Comment Name Email Website Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment. Is Sander Sagosen ready to break “anathema” of TOP transfer title holders? Click to commentlast_img read more

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Newtown CDC Receives $150,000 Grant from Wells Fargo

first_imgWells Fargo announced it has donated $150,000 to Newtown Community Development Corporation as part of $6 million in grants awarded across 59 nonprofits through its Leading the Way Home Priority Markets Initiative to help stabilize and revitalize neighborhoods hard-hit by the economy.   The Leading the Way Home Priority Markets Initiative provides grant support for neighborhood stabilization projects that are located in areas designated for revitalization to stimulate growth, stability and investment in distressed areas.The grant will help to provide down payment assistance toward the purchase of vacant REO properties in Chandler and help fund the Newtown CDC’s Recoverable Rehab Loan Program that provides home rehabilitation loans for CLT homes in Tempe and Chandler.“Community support is at the heart of our Vision & Values and these grants will help stabilize, rebuild and sustain local communities,” said Pam Conboy, lead regional president for Wells Fargo Arizona.  “We are so pleased to assist Newtown Community Development Corporation in their efforts to provide affordable housing and revitalize neighborhoods in the East Valley.”“We are delighted to receive this generous grant from Wells Fargo,” said Allen Carlson, executive director of Newtown Community Development Corporation.  “It will go a long way to helping us in our mission to provide homeowners with the assistance they need receive much needed rehabilitation loans and help qualified prospective and existing homeowners receive down payment assistance.”Newtown CDC was selected from requests submitted by local team members and nonprofits Wells Fargo identified as being in need of extra help with large-scale neighborhood revitalization projects.Wells Fargo’s Leading the Way Home community outreach program helps communities stabilize their current housing situation while advancing homeownership to build strong communities into the future.  From 2008 through October 2012, Wells Fargo has invested more than $148 million in community revitalization programs and $40 million in support of housing and credit counseling services.The Leading the Way Home Priority Markets Initiatives are administered through the Wells Fargo Housing Foundation. Since 2009 the Leading the Way Home Priority Markets Initiative grant program has provided more than $18 million to more than 75 communications.  Since its inception in 1993, the Wells Fargo Housing Foundation has stewarded nearly $200 million and 4.5 million team member volunteer hours in support of creating affordable housing and community revitalization programs.  Wells Fargo Housing Foundation’s Team Member Volunteer Program has mobilized more than 175,000 volunteers to build or refurbish 4,0oo homes in low-to-moderate income communities.  In 2011, Wells Fargo Housing Foundation programs delivered a record 1,245 donated properties to support local affordable housing and community revitalization programs.last_img read more

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Indians Shift to a ‘Bullpen Game’ as They Look to Make it Two Straight Against the Twins

first_img Matt Loede has been a part of the Cleveland Sports Media for over 21 years, with experience covering Major League Baseball, National Basketball Association, the National Football League and even high school and college events. He has been a part of the Cleveland Indians coverage since the opening of Jacobs/Progressive Field in 1994, and spent two and a half years covering the team for 92.3 The Fan, and covers them daily for Associated Press Radio. You can follow Matt on Twitter HERE. The Indians critical homestand which includes the first place Twins and Yankees got off to a good start, as Tuesday night the Tribe used four homers to top the Twins 5-2.Wednesday was another day, as the team announced mid-afternoon that starter Carlos Carrasco is leaving the team to explore treatment and recovery options for a blood condition.With that, the Indians Wednesday will go with what’s known as a ‘bullpen game’ where the team will try to piece together a game using all relief pitchers.Tyler Clippard will get the start for the Indians, and with Jon Edwards and Nick Goody being called up from AAA Columbus, one would think they would see time in tonight’s affair.On the field Tuesday’s win puts the team at 10.5 games out in the Central, and they have a pair left with the Twins before they get ready for the chaos of the Yankees and their fan base over the weekend.The Indians tonight will go up against Twins starter Martin Perez, who is an impressive 7-2 with a 3.71 ERA.The Indians have had success against Martin, winning two of three outings against him, and his ERA against the Indians is 9.13 in six games, four of which were starts.Here’s tonight’s lineup for the Indians:SS Francisco LindorCF Oscar Mercado1B Carlos SantanaRF Jordan Luplow3B Jose Ramirez2B Jason KipnisC Roberto PerezLF Jake BauersDH Tyler Naquin And the Starting Nine for the Twins:[email protected] takes the mound tonight for game 2 v. the Indians. https://t.co/eoqq6VUKMz #MNTwins pic.twitter.com/darP79NOG0— Minnesota Twins (@Twins) June 5, 2019 Related TopicsIndiansMLBTwinscenter_img Matt Loedelast_img read more

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