“This started 24 years ago and a couple of schools wrote to us to ask if we could assist them in getting to the Penn Relays,” Miller told The Gleaner. “We thought this was an opportunity to help the young Jamaicans. Year after year, more schools began to write to us seeking assistance, and we tried to have a policy that any school that writes to us before the cut off date that we set, we’re gonna help them.” Immaculate Conception High received sponsorship last year and Miller said that its entire team gained scholarships and placements at US-based schools. Immaculate’s head coach and technical director, Franz Forde, said he’s pleased with the cheque the school has received, as it prepares to send a two-member team to this year’s Relays. “FLOW Foundation cut us a very nice cheque,” he said. “If it wasn’t for FLOW, this wouldn’t be a reality. Track and field is expensive and we are a non-recruiting school. We are a school that, at the end of the day, not only focuses on track and field and not only on the other sporting disciplines … but we do have to find other means to get our funding and FLOW is fully aware of that and they actually reached out and said they wanted to help. If it wasn’t for them, some of my girls wouldn’t be able to get a scholarship over there.” The 123rd staging of the Penn Relays takes place at the University of Pennsylvania from April 27 to 29. The FLOW Foundation has given approximately $4.3 million in sponsorship to 31 schools as they prepare for participation in the Penn Relays Carnival later this month. The foundation’s executive chairman, Errol Miller, said FLOW is not only aiding these athletes on the track, but also contributing to their academic exploits and future opportunities often gained by Jamaican athletes while participating in the Penn Relays. “The games are a known attraction for overseas talent scouts and agents and our Jamaican athletes are notorious for attracting high attention wherever they compete,” he said. “We have, however, seen this materialising in a highly tangible way, even after the Games.” Miller said that the initiative of giving to the schools started when FLOW noticed how many schools had been reaching out for financial assistance in preparing their teams. ASSISTANCE TO OTHERS
The administration of the University of Liberia (UL), has launched a campaign calling on all alumni of the state-run university to come in with contribution to paint buildings on its campuses.The launch marked by poor turnout took place on April 28, 2015 on the Capitol Hill campus of the university.Many buildings of the university can hardly be identified by colors as paint once rubbed on them is being totally wiped out. UL President Dr. Emmet A. Dennis said government being the key supporter of the university is facing financial emergency to the extent that the university Administration is unable to receive the needed funds to address the numerous problems including painting of buildings.He attributed the cause of the financial problem partly to the Ebola crisis, but assured faculty and staff that the Ministry of Finance and Development Planning is working with the UL authority to address the crisis.Dr. Dennis indicated that he is always depressed when he sees buildings on the UL campuses with colors that have become impossible for one to identify.“When I walk to the building hosting the Business College and see the condition, and when I go to the Fendell campus and see the Academic Building in its present condition, I am depressed,” he lamented.Dr. Dennis intoned, “If I have the power to tell all UL alumni working in government and private sector to halt work for a week, the entire country will collapse.”He said products of the UL are all over Liberia and in foreign lands that if they contribute a gallon of paint to the painting campaign, it will make an immense impact to give the campuses facelift.Even though UL has products spread across Liberia and other parts of the world working in different sectors, the launch that was expected to bring together huge number of alumni was poorly attended with Defense Minister, Brownie J. Samulkai, Jr., being the only high ranking government official that attended the ceremony out of thousands of high profile individuals, who have academic link with the UL.While serving as the chief launcher of the project, Samukai called on fellow alumni to see the project as an obligation for all of them as well as the students.He said endowment in various universities across the world is carried out by alumni, and therefore alumni of the UL and Liberians in general should learn to undertake projects for the development of their institutions and country.He also warned UL students to avoid using violence to destroy properties of the institution as being seen over the past years, noting, “I was a student here and got out here in 1984, but we did not form “Militant” group to destroy the institution’s properties. If you are a militant, please let not your militancy destroy what we are building.”Minister Samulkai donated 40 gallons of paint to the UL and pledged to do more if others would exceed his number.Among the few alumni working in the private sector that attended the launch was the president of the Liberia Bank for Development and Investment (LBDI), John Davis, former Finance Minister, David Fahart, Thomas Doe-Nah of the Center for Transparency and Accountability in Liberia, UL Alumna Association president, James Davis and UL faculty and staff.Mr. John Davis pledged 50 gallons of paint in his own name and 100 in the names of alumni working at the LBDI.Others after him also expressed disappointment for poor information dissemination about the launch, something which suggests that the UL Relations did not do much to give information about institution that has huge products across Liberia and the world.Attempt made to contact UL Relations Vice President, Att. Norris Tweh on the poor attendance proved futile as he refused to talk to the press.Meanwhile, the call for painting buildings on the UL’s campuses has been described as a worthy one considering the dilapidating state in which the institution is in.Besides the Cassel Building hosting the president and other administrators, the building hosting the Graduate Program and the Firestone Quarter (FQ) square, the rest of the buildings on the Capitol Hill cannot be identified by color anymore.For the Fendell campus, only the newly constructed Chinese Building poses a magnificent outlook on the outside, but the Academic Building, Science Complex and Engineering Building are without colors.Equipment and iron planted desks and chairs in these buildings were also looted during the civil crisis, and has since the end of the war, being replaced.Share this:Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)
Mandatory Art 106 90-day due elections…ignores Chief Whips’ inquiries on timelineGuyana Elections Commission (GECOM) Chairman, retired Justice James Patterson is expected to officially return to work today; however, despite all the delays and the urgency of dealing with election matters, there is nothing on the agenda of today’s meeting to address these issues.GECOM Commissioner Robeson BennWhen contacted by Guyana Times, People’s Progressive Party/Civic’s GECOM Commissioner Robeson Been explained that electoral issues were completely absent from the agenda of the meeting today. Instead, Benn noted that routine issues were scheduled to be discussed.“We got an agenda (Monday) afternoon,” he said. “It was just a basic, standard agenda. I asked that those (electoral) items be discussed … the issue of the timing of General and Regional Elections and the question of the preparedness of GECOM to conduct elections within that timeframe.”Benn explained that when he received the agenda, he immediately made enquiries and asked that issues relating to GECOM’s preparedness to conduct elections be discussed. Up to press time, Benn had not received a response.“(The agenda included) basic things like the call to order, the minutes of the last meeting, reports from committees, reports from the central executive. Nothing new, just the standard agenda …. I sent out my response to the agenda, asking that those (electoral) items be included on the agenda.”GECOM Chairman, retired Justice James PattersonEven though the GECOM Chairman will be returning today, there is still no word on when he will meet with Government and Opposition Chief Whips Amna Ally and Gail Teixeira. When contacted by this publication, Ally was asked if she had received confirmation of a meeting. She responded in the negative. Teixeira and Ally have been trying to facilitate a meeting with GECOM for over two weeks now, but to no avail.It was agreed at a meeting between Opposition Leader Bharrat Jagdeo and President David Granger that the Chief Whips would be sent to ascertain GECOM’s readiness for elections. Since then the attempts by the Chief Whips to facilitate a meeting have been seemingly ignored.GECOM Chief Elections Officer Keith Lowenfield has declined to meet with Teixeira and Ally, but has instead deferred to Patterson.On December 21, 2018, the no-confidence motion brought by the parliamentary Opposition – the (PPP/C) – against the Government succeeded when former Alliance For Change (AFC) parliamentarian Charrandas Persaud broke ranks and made a conscience vote in favour of the motion.With the Government’s defeat, the next steps are spelt out in the Constitution of Guyana. Article 106 (6) of the Constitution states: “The Cabinet including the President shall resign if the Government is defeated by the vote of a majority of all the elected members of the National Assembly on a vote of confidence.”Meanwhile, clause 7 goes on to state that “Notwithstanding its defeat, the Government shall remain in office and shall hold an election within three months, or such longer period as the National Assembly shall by resolution supported by not less than two-thirds of the votes of all the elected members of the National Assembly determine, and shall resign after the President takes the oath of office following the election.”Since the passage of the motion; however, persons aligned with the coalition have sought to question the motion’s validity even as the vote has already been certified. These arguments formed part of the opinions presented to Speaker of the National Assembly, Dr Barton Scotland in the hopes that he would reverse the ruling. He refused to do so.Amid calls to resign, Government has insisted it is going nowhere until elections are held. A court case was filed, in which an order was sought to, among other things, delay the elections until the court rules on the matter.That and other related cases came up for hearing last Tuesday, but acting Chief Justice Roxane George committed to a ruling by the end of this month, while noting that such an order would be unnecessary.
Applicants must meet certain income requirements. For more information, call (877) 773-5543. Kindergarten signups begin SOUTH WHITTIER – Parents of incoming kindergarten students at the South Whittier School District are encouraged to register their children for the fall semester between 8:30 a.m. and 3:30 p.m. next week at their neighborhood school. Incoming kindergartners should be at least 5 years old by Dec. 2. To register, parents should bring proof of age (birth certificate, hospital certificate or baptismal record) and proof of immunizations. The mobile clinic of Presbyterian Intercommunity Hospital provides free immunizations at Carmela Elementary, 13300 Lakeland Road, on the first and third Wednesday of the month. For more information, call the district, (562) 944-6231. Dinners to raise funds for veterans LA MIRADA – Veterans of Foreign Wars Post 9148, 13932 Valley View Ave., will serve roast pork dinners to raise funds for veterans beginning at 6 p.m. Friday. A donation of $7 per person is suggested. For more information, call (562) 941-4097. Health fair set for Saturday NORWALK – The city’s annual health fair will provide free health screenings from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. Saturday at City Hall, 12700 Norwalk Blvd. Hearing, dental, cholesterol, stroke and blood pressure screenings will be offered free of charge. Health screenings are for all ages. Information on counseling and other community services will also be available, as well as entertainment and prizes. For more information, call (562) 929-5580. Art group to hold cookie exchange LA HABRA – The La Habra Art Association will hold the spring social fundraiser, “Kookie Cookies,” at 7p.m. April 26 at 215 N. Orange St. Participants are invited to bring cookies in packages of six, plus one dozen to share for a cookie exchange. You take home as many packages of cookies in other flavors as you brought. A donation of $15 is requested. All proceeds support the association’s activities. Coffee, tea and cookies will be served at the event. For more information, call (562) 691-9739. – From staff reports 160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set! LA MIRADA – The city’s 14th annual “4 La Mirada Kids” carnival is happening this weekend, featuring family-oriented rides, games, food and local performers. The carnival will open from 5 to 11 p.m. Friday, noon to 11 p.m. Saturday, and 1 to 9 p.m. Sunday. Sponsored by the La Mirada Community Services Foundation, the carnival raises funds for youth groups and community organizations in La Mirada. For more information, call (562) 943-7277. Applications open for Head Start PICO RIVERA – Applications are now being accepted for a limited number of open slots for the free preschool program for low- income families at the Child Care Center, 7601 Cord Ave. The Los Angeles County Office of Education’s Head Start program is seeking applications for children from infancy to age 4, including those with disabilities. Applications are also being accepted from pregnant women. Head Start offers free half-day school programs ranging from four to five days a week, with some full-day programs available.
ONE of Donegal’s most famous music pubs is up for sale.The quaint 19th century Bonnar’Bonnar’s is well-known for great music and foods Bar in Mullaghduff went on the market at the weekend. Located near Donegal airport at Carrickfin, the original bar dates back to 1876.A spokesman for Property Partners in Letterkenny told DonegalDaily.com: “It is a tremendous pub with a warm and inviting atmosphere.“It has been renovated throughout but has still retained its old word atmosphere. We are expecting a great deal of interest in this particular pub because of its reputation as a great traditional music pub as well as good quality food.”The pub comes with its own self-contained living quarters with five bedrooms, two of them ensuite. It’s understood there have already been a number of enquiries.One regular at the premises told us last night: “It’s a great wee country pub. If I had the money I’d buy it myself. There’s just something very special about the place and it’s hard to say that about many pubs these days.”Further details are on propertypartners.ieTOP TRAD PUB UP FOR SALE was last modified: November 29th, 2010 by StephenShare this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pocket (Opens in new window)Click to share on Telegram (Opens in new window)Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window)Click to share on Skype (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new window)
UPDATED: IT’S NOW feared that hundreds of people will lose their money as a result of the great Donegal swindle – and detectives in SIX European countries are hunting down TEN MILLION EURO.Yesterday we revealed how dozens of investors in County Tyrone, County Fermanagh and County Derry also bought into the get-rich-quick scheme.We have been made aware that four investors from Tyrone drove to Donegal at the weekend to ‘look’ for the foreign national crook who swindled them out of tens of thousands of pounds. Now we can also reveal that Gardai are stunned by the amount of money involved in the so-called Ponzi scheme – and are on the trail of ten million euro, most of it invested by people in Donegal.Today a reliable source who has given us information in the past four weeks since we broke the story told us: “This man (the crook) has roped in so many people it is incredible. There is at least ten million missing.“He recruited well-known people in Donegal to convince people to invest. There is even a Garda owed money.“Now it appears he has done the same across the Border in the North. One of his Tyrone sales people is a good religious man who is horrified that he too has been caught out by a scheme which he believed involved buying liquidated stock and selling it on at profit. He had no idea it was a scam.” Yesterday one Donegal investor who was promised his money back told us: “I have now realised that I will not be getting any money back. It was promised over and over again in the past few weeks and I was told donegaldaily.com had got it wrong. Now I’ve been told you got it right and I have lost everything.“We just can’t believe what has happened. It was all I had. I know there are other boys owed hundreds of thousands of euro and they’ll never see it. But I had put every cent into it.”The crook behind the dodgy scam has pocketed a huge fortune and plans to hide behind the law to cover himself – telling investors to sue him if they want their money back.He is claiming the scheme was legitimate and just went badly wrong.However detectives believe there is fraud involved and have evidence we have been told shows with ‘100 per cent certainty’ that it was indeed a scam. * Information can be sent in confidence to email@example.com. Would the four people who left messages yesterday please get in touch?GREAT DONEGAL SWINDLE: COPS SEARCH FOR TEN MILLION EURO was last modified: December 29th, 2010 by gregShare this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pocket (Opens in new window)Click to share on Telegram (Opens in new window)Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window)Click to share on Skype (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new window)
BUSINESS PROFILE: GUS O’DRISCOLL, WET ‘N’ WILD OUTDOOR STORE, LETTERKENNYDonegaldaily.com: What is your career and what do you do?Gus: I own & run an Outdoor Sports Business in Letterkenny called Wet n Wild that offers a decent selection from all of the top Outdoor Brands specialising in Outdoor Clothing & Footwear, Watersports Equestrian & Camping Donegaldaily.com: Tell us about your first job and how much were you paid?Gus: £5 per day working to a farmer in Galway PJ Costello a real legend. Taught me most of what I know and the lessons I learned with PJ have stood me in good stead down the years.Donegaldaily.com: What was your first success in business?Gus: Having the balls to face down a devious Kerryman and Corkman at my first (post graduate) employment and not backing down as they thought I would and going on to “win the war”! Donegaldaily.com: Name the one local or international business person you look up to?Gus: Michael O Leary no question about that. A much maligned genius who had the acumen vision and balls to take a fledgling airline in its infancy that was pitted against a semi state leviathan (Aer Lingus), Government ineptitude, Irish begrudgery and British condescension and within 20 years instead of it being laughed at in the Brit & Irish tabloid press for having an aircraft detained at Birmingham for late payment of fuel to becoming one of the biggest airlines in the world far bigger than BA and all because Michael doesn’t do BS!Donegaldaily.com: What has been your biggest mistake in business?Gus: Working for 1 year longer than I should have for two incompetent men when I should have pressed the eject button earlier to “plough my own furrow”Donegaldaily.com: What is the most valuable piece of advice you have ever been given? Gus: There is nothing wrong with making a mistake as long as you learn from it.Donegaldaily.com: What advice would you give to someone starting out in business today?Gus: You have to speculate to accumulate but the trick is in managing the risk.Donegaldaily.com: What one item would you take with you to a desert island and why? Gus: A Leatherman Multitool – a product with a lifetime guarantee that is a knife, pliers, scissors and hundreds more things (available at Wet n Wild!)Donegaldaily.com: What item can you not do without?Gus: A mug of good coffee in the morning to “Fire up the day”Donegaldaily.com: What item would you prefer to do without?Gus: Shop Mortgage!Donegaldaily.com: What do you do in your spare time (if you have any)?Gus: Scuba Dive, Horse Ride, Mountain Climb, Kayak – but if I had more free time I could squeeze in a few more.Donegaldaily.com: When will you retire?Gus: When I am 90 the way things are going in Ireland at present !Donegaldaily.com: What’s your tip to surviving the recession?Gus: Remember a man can eat an elephant but only in small bites.Donegaldaily.com: What one thing would you do if you were Finance Minister to help business?Gus: Abolish Dole and set up instead a massive community employment scheme so that anyone who wants to work can and in return for a reasonable weekly wage there would be no rubbish on the back of Errigal Road, Beaches would be clean, Letterkenny would be tidy with no rubbish on streets and we would get a bit of pride back into our country and any able bodied person who doesn’t want to work for a wage should be given a free ticket to Nigeria or Albania or wherever and sign on there instead!BUSINESS PROFILE: GUS O’DRISCOLL, WET ‘N’ WILD, LETTERKENNY was last modified: January 3rd, 2011 by gregShare this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pocket (Opens in new window)Click to share on Telegram (Opens in new window)Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window)Click to share on Skype (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new window)
BUSINESS PROFILE: SIAN BRESLIN, DONEGAL MANOR, DONEGAL TOWN. See her great business at siansplan.com.Q. Tell us about your first job and how much were you paid? A. I was very shy as a child and my mum in her wisdom arranged for me to work in the local cafe/petrol station. It was the last port of call for cars sailing to Ireland via the Fishguard Port. I was 12 years of age, I always wondered what Ireland was like when I served our Irish customers. Little did i know that I would spend most of my adulthood in Donegal. I earned during one summer enough money to buy a gold signet ring which I still have and a black shiny mac. Q. What was your first success in business? Business is a work in progress, to be celebrated when you reach certain milestones you’ve set yourself. I’ve celebrated many milestones but i have yet to feel successful.Q. Name the one local or international business person you look up to?A. Locally I admire Pat Britton who very quietly employs around 40 young people in his insurance office. That’s 40 young people who don’t have to leave Donegal to find work. Internationally I admire Richard Branston for his creativity, his perserverance and ethical standards. Q. What has been your biggest mistake in business?A. I don’t do mistakes because everything I do I learn from.Q. What is the most valuable piece of advice you have ever been given?Go away and try harder.Q.What advice would you give to someone starting out in business today? A. Be passionate, be persistant and be careful.Q. What one item would you take with you to a desert island and why?A. Stationery – ie paper, pencils, pencil sharpener and eraser – I could record my thoughts and what I see, write a book and scribble business ideas down ready for my return.Q. What item can you not do without? ComputerQ. What item would you prefer to do without?GlassesQ. What do you do in your spare time (if you have any)?A. I have started walking and exercising after 20 years not finding the time.Q. When will you retire?A. I would like to think that I could afford to retire when I have grandchildren.Q. What’s your tip to surviving the recession?This is a horror story for so many. Its very hard to do anything without money. I would say try and diversify and find creative ways of funding your project until the banks/investors believe in your diversification efforts and come on board. Don’t isolate yourself, keep mentally and physically well and get all the help you need – there’s a lot of help out there for you.Q. What one thing would you do if you were Finance Minister to help business?A. Make the banks lend money at low interest rates to companies who could reduce the employment rate.www.donegalmanor.ie and www.siansplan.ie for more info.BUSINESS PROFILE: SIAN BRESLIN, DONEGAL MANOR, DONEGAL TOWN was last modified: March 8th, 2011 by gregShare this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pocket (Opens in new window)Click to share on Telegram (Opens in new window)Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window)Click to share on Skype (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new window)
Work has officially started on Letterkenny’s new €26million new sewage system.Mayor of Donegal County Council, Cora Harvey and Mayor of Letterkenny Town Council, Tadhg Culbert, turned a sod on site to mark the commencement of construction works for Letterkenny wastewater treatment plant and sludge treatment centre.It is calculated the new plant at Bunagee will be up and running in early 2013 with contractors due to move onto the site in just two weeks time. The council said it welcomes the development as the current treatment works has inadequate capacity to treat all wastewater generated in Letterkenny.A new wastewater treatment plant on the site of the existing plant at Magheranan with capacity of 40,000 population equivalent.The main works under the new contract include:*A new outfall diffuser system at the point where the treated effluent is discharged into Lough Swilly and replacement of pipework from the treatment works to the outfall. *New plant at Ballyraine for the collection and detention of stormwater overflows and their return to the wastewater plant for treatment, with a provision for a screened discharge of peak flows into the River Swilly.*A new sludge treatment centre at Bunagee with a capacity of 2,500 tonnes dry solid per annum, which is the second such centre in the county.*Replacement of existing main trunk sewer from Ballyraine to Magheranan, including new inlet pumping station.Donegal County Council retained the services of Nicholas O’Dwyer, Consulting Engineers, for design services and to act as Employer’s Representative for the project.The works are being designed and built by a contracting consortium of Response Engineering Ltd and Severn Trent Services International. TOBIN Consulting Engineers are providing design services to that group and Ward & Burke Construction Ltd have been sub-contracted to carry out the civil engineering construction works.Upon completion the contractors will operate the plant for twenty years.The total value of the Design Build stage of the contract, including VAT is €25,867,985.The contractors will also take over operation of the existing treatment plant, early in June 2011. The new works will provide adequate capacity to treat current levels of wastewater arising and some additional capacity for the future at the site of the existing works at Magheranan, a new facility to treat wastewater sludge at Bunagee, and a much improved system to deal with stormwater overflows at Ballyraine.EndsNO MORE KICKING UP A STINK AS LETTERKENNY GETS A NEW €26MILLION SEWAGE WORKS was last modified: May 17th, 2011 by StephenShare this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pocket (Opens in new window)Click to share on Telegram (Opens in new window)Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window)Click to share on Skype (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new window)
Terence DiverThank you for the tremendous day that we had yesterday at our premises on Canal Road, Letterkenny as part of ‘Hyundai’s National Open Weekend’.The good news for those of you who could not make it along yesterday is that we are open from 11am this morning Sunday to deal with all your queries having launched the 162 reg yesterday.‘Change is Good’ and here at Divers Hyundai we have seen massive changes in recent times. The all new Hyundai Tucson has taken the motoring world by storm making it the No 1 Best Seller in both Donegal and Ireland. When you come along to our premises you can sit down and discuss your own individual requirements with our Sales team who will answer all your questions. ‘Trade and Upgrade’ is backYes, the good news from Hyundai is that their ‘Trade and Upgrade’ offer is back for the month of June at our premises. By trading in your existing car you can avail of 5 years free servicing or up to €4,000 scrappage bonus on your existing vehicle.Finance We have had countless enquiries about finance and PCP ( Personal Contract Plan) yesterday . PCP is the new way of financing your car and our sales team are available to explain in detail how exactly it works.Come along today Sunday and view our complete range which includes the Hyundai i10: i20: i30: i40: Tucson and Santa Fe. The brand has just gone from strength to strength and we are confident that this trend is set to continue into the future.‘Change is Good’’, so if you are thinking about changing, we welcome you along . To those of you called in large numbers yesterday Saturday we say a sincere thanks you and we look forward to meeting many new faces here at Divers, today Sunday.DIVER’S HYUNDAI OPEN WEEKEND CONTINUES TODAY was last modified: May 27th, 2016 by Mark ForkerShare this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pocket (Opens in new window)Click to share on Telegram (Opens in new window)Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window)Click to share on Skype (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new window) Tags:carsdiverdonegalHyundaiOpen weekendTERENCETerence Diver