Today’s “Living Outside The Box” Event At BIAGGI’S Speaker Is Mike O’Daniel

first_imgFacebookTwitterCopy LinkEmailShare Mike O’Daniel Is July 25th “Living Outside The Box” Speaker(Tucker Publishing Joins The City-County Observer As A Co-Sponsor Of This Event)Steve Hammer the Chairman of the “Living Outside The Box” speaker series announced the co-sponsors of this event will be the City-County Observer and Tucker Publishing. This event will be held on Thursday, July 25th in the private banquet room at Biaggi restaurant starting at noon and is booked to capacity.This lunch started out as an invitation only event. But it got out of control when we started to receive many requests from interested people that wanted to attend this worthy community function. We originally planned to invite 40 guests `to this event but it quickly multiply to 60 plus guests.  Even more amazing is we now have a waiting list around 27 people who want to attend the next “Living Outside The Box” speakers series event scheduled for August, 2019.This month “Living Outside The Box” speaker is the well respected Mike O’Daniel who’s business career spans over several decades as an Executive with an iconic Evansville automobile conglomerate.  Mr. O’Daniels is the Co-President D-Patrick Inc. and President D-Patrick Ford/Lincoln, D-Patrick Boonville Ford, and D-Patrick Honda.Michael O’Daniel is a 1983 Graduated from Culver Military Academy located in Culver IN.  In 1987 he graduated from Southern Methodist University with a BS Accounting.  In 1988 he graduated from NADA Dealer Candidate Academy in McLean VA.From 1988-1995 he served in multiple management positions at D-Patrick Inc. in Evansville IN. and Cross Roads Lincoln Mercury in Cleveland OH.From 1995-1997 he served as General Manager of both D-Patrick Oldsmobile/Hyundai and D-Patrick Ford in Evansville, In.In 1997 Purchased D-Patrick Inc. as a 50/50 partner with brother in law Ray Farabaugh and assumed the role of Co-President of D-Patrick Inc.and President of D-Patrick Ford and D-Patrick Oldsmobile/Hyundai. He is currently Co-President D-Patrick Inc. and President D-Patrick Ford/Lincoln, D-Patrick Boonville Ford, and D-Patrick Honda.He is married to Missy O’Daniel. They have three adult children. Peter O’Daniel who is engaged to be married in January to Ali Schreiber. Peter serves as Parts and Service Director for D-Patrick Ford and D-Patrick Boonville Ford. Margot Roehrborn who is mother to Finn and is expecting a son Owen in September. Margot is married to Wolfi who is in charge of the Northside D-Patrick Collision Center.  Molly O’Daniel who lives in Denver who previously worked for CBRE but has left to further her business education.When Mr. O’Daniel isn’t working he enjoys spending time with family and friends, traveling,  flying his 1978 Cessna 172 airplane, playing tennis, golf, fishing, water skiing, snow skiing, and Scuba diving.Event Chairman Steve Hammer stated “that our monthly speaker series will focus on home grown businesses successes and challenges. Mr. Hammer says; “Living Outside The Box” speakers series will feature unique and insightful stories of success and perseverance from prominent business leaders that tend to fly under the public radar.”City-County Observer Publisher, Ron Cosby also added; “We understand that there are a lot of successful entrepreneurs who, because of economic, technological, or political challenges, have experienced a negative impact on their businesses.”   “We are going to actively search for local business people who went through economic adversity due to bureaucratic restrictions, governmental intervention, or increased competition, but had the good business sense to “Living Outside The Box” to allow their products or services to continue to thrive. We also hope that this will turn out to be a great resource for locally owned and developing businesses.”For additional information concerning our next ‘Living Outside The Box” speaker event please contract Steve Hammer by calling him at 812-589-3802.FOOTNOTE: Get your own copy of “Living Outside the Box” by Joe Jack Wallace please click the link below.

Food Bank of Northern Indiana mobile food distribution schedule, September 8-11

first_img Google+ Pinterest TAGSdistributionfoodFood Bank of Northern IndianafreeLaPorte Countymarshall countymobilescheduleseptemberSt. Joseph Countystarke county Google+ Thursday, September 10, 2020 – Marshall County10 a.m. – Noon CDTWHERE: Triton Jr./Sr. High School, 300 Triton Drive, Bourbon, IN 46504 Friday, September 11, 2020 – Starke County10 a.m. – Noon CDTWHERE: Knox United Methodist Church, 210 S. Shield Street, Knox, IN 46534This mobile will also distribute dry goods. Twitter (Photo supplied/Food Bank of Northern Indiana) The Food Bank of Northern Indiana has released its mobile food distribution list for the week of September 7.Tuesday, September 8, 2020 – LaPorte County10 a.m. – Noon CDTWHERE:  Marquette Mall, 201 W. US 20 (outside of J.C. Penney), Michigan City, IN 46360 WhatsApp Each location will have fresh, perishable items distributed free of charge on a first come, first served basis.Food is distributed drive-thru style, so remain in your vehicle and pop open your trunk to receive your items. An area will be available to load items if your trunk does not open. Food Bank of Northern Indiana mobile food distribution schedule, September 8-11center_img Thursday, September 10, 2020 – St. Joseph County3 p.m. – 5 p.m. EDTWHERE: Food Bank of Northern Indiana, 702 Chapin Street, South Bend, IN 46601 Pinterest Previous articleMan recovering after shooting outside Lowe’s in GoshenNext article79 animals discovered in Dowagiac home during hoarding investigation Brooklyne Beatty Facebook Facebook Twitter By Brooklyne Beatty – September 4, 2020 0 798 WhatsApp IndianaLocalNewslast_img read more

Fall in Australian coal prices raises concerns about economics of Adani’s proposed Carmichael mine

first_imgFall in Australian coal prices raises concerns about economics of Adani’s proposed Carmichael mine FacebookTwitterLinkedInEmailPrint分享Reuters:A crash in Australian thermal coal prices is raising fresh questions about the viability of a controversial $4 billion coal mine just a week ahead of a national election in which climate change is a key issue.Final approval of the Carmichael coal mine in Queensland, owned by India’s Adani Enterprises, should come in “a matter of weeks, not months” following nearly a decade on the drawing board, the company’s mining chief executive, Lucas Dow, told Reuters last month.But a 40 percent slump in benchmark Australian thermal coal prices since mid-2018 to a two-year low last month, points to tight profit margins and questions as to whether the economics will support the launch of the mine as soon as next year.Adani has said it is aiming to start producing 10 million tonnes a year of coal from March 2020, but analysts say the target date is optimistic.“I think a lot of people are doubting as to whether it will see the light of day,” said Wood Mackenzie analyst Victor Tanevski in Sydney. Tanevski suggests benchmark Newcastle 6,000 grade coal would need to be close to $100 a tonne for the mine to break even. The 6,000 benchmark was quoted at $86.20 on Thursday.Analysts suggest the mine is unlikely to start commercial production until the middle of the next decade at the soonest, if at all. A profit margin of $8-$12 a tonne is half the averages of 2017 and 2018, highlighting how rapidly the market has turned since the Paris agreement on climate change.More: In a sunset industry, economics of Adani’s Australian coal mine questionedlast_img read more

West Ham face probe after fans mar Burnley loss

first_imgLondon, United Kingdom | AFP | West Ham face a Football Association probe after the troubled club’s owners David Gold and David Sullivan were forced to flee their seats when furious fans ran riot during shameful scenes at the London Stadium.Several West Ham supporters invaded the pitch during Saturday’s 3-0 Premier League defeat against Burnley, while hundreds of fans gathered beneath the directors’ box to protest against Gold and Sullivan.Fans made throat-slitting gestures while missiles were seen to be thrown in the direction of the executive seats amid chants of “sack the board” and “you killed our club”. “While the official investigation of the incidents will be carried out by the Football Association, we will be asking our own questions of West Ham United about what happened this afternoon, especially to ensure similar events never reoccur.”– ‘Horrible atmosphere’ –West Ham manager David Moyes admitted he understood why tempers had frayed, but the Scot condemned the ugly scenes.“As a supporter you can’t cross the line. You can’t come on the pitch. That’s the rule,” Moyes said.“What we need is the club, supporters, players, everyone, is to pull together.”Noble’s ascent from boyhood West Ham fan to key player for the club had made him a favourite of the Hammers support.But even the east London-born star admitted the situation was out of control.“I’m a West Ham fan and I’ve always protected the club. But if someone approaches me, I’ll protect myself,” he said of his clash with the fan.“It’s been like this for the past two seasons, since we moved to this stadium.“Every time we lose we and the board get a lot of stick. It seemed today that the fans had had enough.“The atmosphere was horrible. We know a lot of it isn’t aimed at the players, but we have to be man enough to play in that atmosphere.”It was an horrific end to a turbulent week which saw a protest march called off as fans’ groups turned on each other during threats of violents by one Hammers supporters’ organisation linked to the club’s notorious Inter City Firm hooligans of the 1970s and 1980s.Burnley manager Sean Dyche was relieved the poisonous atmosphere didn’t end in his players suffering harm.“When we scored the second the atmosphere changed,” he said.“We know people can’t come on the pitch but I can’t imagine it was dangerous for the players.“Hopefully there are better times ahead for West Ham.”Share on: WhatsApp On the pitch, the toxic atmosphere boiled over after West Ham captain Mark Noble grappled one fan to the floor and team-mate James Collins marched two others away.Burnley’s coaching staff let children shelter in their dug-out to avoid being caught in the chaos that left police investigating two allegations of assault.West Ham said an emergency meeting had been called with all London Stadium stakeholders, which includes Gold and Sullivan, whose decision to uproot the club from Upton Park to Stratford has caused resentment.The FA is also set to launch a probe, with a spokesman saying: “The FA strongly condemns the crowd disturbances seen today at West Ham United versus Burnley and will be seeking observations from West Ham as well as awaiting the match referee’s report.”The east London club, currently just three points above the relegation zone, could be hit with a heavy fine or even forced to play matches behind closed doors as punishment for the disturbances.In their own statement the Premier League said: “It is essential that everybody who plays or attends a Premier League football match can do so safely.“There is no place at any level of the game for what happened at the London Stadium.last_img read more