BOONE, Iowa – Their support of their local sanctioned tracks will pay off again this September for champions at the IMCA Speedway Motors Super Nationals fueled by Casey’s.As much as $13,000 in bonuses, determined by driver’s number of sanctioned starts during the IMCA Speedway Motors Weekly Racing point season, will be paid to the seven champions crowned during the 34th annual Super Nationals, to be held Sept. 5-10 at Boone Speedway.“Super Nationals is now the biggest stage for seven of our divisions,” noted IMCA President Brett Root. “As such, it’s the perfect opportunity to reward the champions who have supported our weekly tracks throughout the season.”The Modified champion can take home as much as $5,000 in bonus money, getting $100 for each of as many as 50 sanctioned starts.Winner of the Stock Car main event earns an additional $50 for each of as many as 50 starts, making for a potential $2,500 bonus. The winner of the Deery Brothers Summer Series feature gets a $50 bonus for each of as many as 30 weekly Late Model starts, which multiplies out to as much as $1,500.The Hobby Stock, Northern SportMod and Southern SportMod champs could each take home another $1,250, getting $25 for each of as many as 50 sanctioned starts. There’s a $5 bonus for each of as many as 50 sanctioned starts for the Sport Compacts.Beginning this year, champions in all divisions except the Late Models are required to be pre-registered to be eligible for the weekly racing bonus.
Atlantic Conference leaders Rivers Hoopers extended their lead at the top of the table with an 81-74 points win in overtime on Saturday against Delta Force in Asaba.The KingsMen who had already booked a place in this seasons conference 6 playoffs, received a scare from seventh-place Delta Force, the game ending 68-68 after the fourth quarter.Kudos to Delta Force who rallied back to win the last quarter, taking the game into overtime. Rivers Hoopers won the first quarter 25-6, second quarter 40-19, third quarter 52-39, the fourth quarter ending in a 68-68 tie.Rivers Hoopers Forward, Ikechukwu Benjamin scored 16 points and 9 rebounds, while Emmanuel Akhimen of Delta Force finished the game with a double-double scoring 13 points and 12 rebounds.In Ibadan, Second-place Kwara Falcons experienced a setback as they aim to improve their position on the conference table, when they lost on the road against fifth-place Oluyole Warriors 78-62 on Saturday.The Coach Adewunmi Aderemi team won the first half, after comfortably winning the first quarter but took their foot off the pedal eventually losing the game.Kwara Falcons, who won the first quarter 12-20 and second quarter 40-39. Oluyole Warriors, proved to be giant killers rallying back to win the third and fourth quarters 62-52, 78-62.Forward, David Godwin recorded the highest point tally in the game, netting 17-points for Kwara Falcons, Aribiyu Sunday of Oluyole Warriors contributing a team high 16 points. Related
Rodolfo Molina & nbsp; (DAILY AS) ‘); return false; “class =” item-multimedia “>FOOTBALL 19/20 Antonio Alberola Rojas, next to Quique Setién.Rodolfo Molina (DAILY AS) The Alberola Rojas brothers, Antonio and Javier, will be in charge of whistling Real Madrid today against Celta and its subsidiary, Castilla, against Rayo Majadahonda. There is the strange coincidence that two brothers dedicate themselves to arbitration and that they also ring the same day at the same club.Javier, the little one with 28 years, pita in First Division, siendor the youngest referee to debut in the highest category of Spanish football. This will be the third time I whistle the whites and the second time at the Bernabéu. The first time was in a Cup match against Melilla, which ended with a 6-1 in favor of the whites. The second was this season in the victory of Mallorca 1-0. Within the CTA he is very well considered and is considered an arbitrator with a great international projection. His brother, Antonio, 29, will whistle Castilla de Raúl before the Majadahonda on Cerro del Espino. The Castilian-Manchego referee usually referees in Segunda B, but also serves as the fourth referee in LaLiga Santander matches on occasion. On February 2 he did it at Barcelona-Levante. “Many times they confuse us, they tell me that I have been arbitrating in some field and it was really my brother,” Javier recently confessed in the Game.
“Tuesday Table Talk,” satellite TV seminars, 7:30p.m. Tuesday, Bethel Christian Reformed Church, 10725 Penrose St., Sun Valley. Choice of “Making Your Marriage Top Priority” or “Healing is a Choice.” Potluck dinner, 6:30p.m. Free. Call (818) 767-4488. Religion and violence conference, 3-5:30p.m. Wednesday and Friday in the Oviatt Library at California State University, Northridge, 18111 Nordhoff St., Northridge. Free. Parking $4; use lots B3, B4 and B5 on Darby Avenue or G4 on Zelzah Avenue. Call (818) 677-4854. “Be Still and Know,” a prayer, meditation and healing service led by the Rev. Jefferson Beeker, 6:30p.m. Wednesdays through April 4, First Christian Church of North Hollywood, 4390 Colfax Ave. Call (818) 763-8218. Lenten speaker series: “Evangelism in the Wesleyan Tradition” will be the topic of the Rev. Jon MacFarland, 7p.m. Wednesday, Knollwood United Methodist Church, 12121 Balboa Blvd., Granada Hills. Light supper, 6p.m. Call (818) 360-8111. “And Then I Heard My Savior Say,” a series of Lenten services, 7p.m. Wednesday, Bethel Lutheran Church, 17500 Burbank Blvd., Encino. Soup supper, 6:30p.m. Call (818) 788-2653. “Stray Sheep” will be the message delivered by the Rev. Elroy Reimnitz at a Lenten service, 7p.m. Wednesday, Canoga Park Lutheran Church, 7357 Jordan Ave. Call (818) 348-5714. “Obsession: Radical Islam’s War Against the West” screening and a talk by Nonie Darwish, founder of ArabsforIsrael.com, 7p.m. Wednesday at the New JCC at Milken, 22622 Vanowen St., West Hills. Admission $12 in advance or $15 at the door. Call (818) 337-4544 or see www.ChabadofWestHills.com. Equal civil marriage rights for gays and lesbians will be the topic of guest speaker, Steve Krantz, at Adat Chaverim Congregation for Humanistic Judaism’s Shabbat service 7:30p.m. Friday, meeting at Woodcrest School, 6043 Tampa Ave., Tarzana. Call (818) 623-7363. African Shabbat, with Rabbi Gershom Sizomu, from Uganda, and Hazzan Mike Stein, from Temple Aliyah, 8:15p.m. Friday, 6025 Valley Circle Blvd., Woodland Hills. Call (818) 346-3545. Lenten Morning of Quiet Meditations, with the theme “Jesus in the Garden of Gethsemane,” 8:30a.m. March 17, St. Mark’s Episcopal Church, 14646 Sherman Way, Van Nuys. Holy Eucharist, 11:30a.m. followed by lunch. Call (818) 785-4251. Women’s Seder, presented by the Women of Kol Tikvah, 6:30p.m. March 28, 20400 Ventura Blvd., Woodland Hills. Reservations due by March 21; $25; students 11 and older, $20; and children 10 and under, $10. Call (818) 348-0670, Ext. 219. “How Do I Tap Into the Joy Body?” will be the message delivered by the Rev. Maureen Hoyt, 10a.m. Sunday, Granada Hills Church of Religious Science, 17622 Chatsworth St., Granada Hills. Call (818) 363-8136. “Good Shepherd or Easter Bunny?” will be the message delivered by the Rev. Dave Wilkinson, 8:15 and 10:45a.m. Sunday, Moorpark Presbyterian Church, 13950 Peach Hill Road. Call (805) 529-8422. “Standing in Conviction” will be the message delivered by the Rev. Carrie Lauer, 10:30a.m. Sunday, Center of Spiritual Awakening, meeting at the Radisson Hotel, 9777 Topanga Canyon Blvd., Chatsworth. Call (818) 709-1451. “What Difference Does It Make?” will be the message delivered by the Rev. Anne Felton Hines, 10:30a.m. Sunday, Emerson Unitarian Universalist Church, 7304 Jordan Ave., Canoga Park. Call (818) 887-6101. “Everyone a Minister” will be the message delivered by the Rev. Thomas E. Witherspoon, 10a.m. Sunday, Unity Church of the Valley, 2817 Montrose Ave., La Crescenta. Call (818) 249-4396. “Keep Your Eyes on the Ball” will be the message delivered by the Rev. Jim Lee, 9:15a.m. Sunday, Bethel Lutheran Church, 17500 Burbank Blvd., Encino. Call (818) 788-2653. “Spiritual Immunity” will be the message delivered by the Rev. Beverly Craig, 10a.m. Sunday, La Crescenta Church of Religious Science, 4845 Dunsmore Ave. Call (818) 249-1045. “When Life is a Pass or Fail Proposition” will be the message delivered by the Rev. Joey K. McDonald, 10:30a.m. Sunday, First United Methodist Church of North Hollywood, 4832 Tujunga Ave. Call (818) 763-8231. Religion events are compiled by Staff Writer Holly Andres. Notices must reach the Daily News two weeks before the Saturday on which they are to run. Mail entries, with time, date, location and contact number, to Daily News Religion Calendar, P.O. Box 4200, Woodland Hills, CA 91365; fax (818) 713-0058; e-mail [email protected] local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set! “Let My People Sing” events to benefit Jewish World Watch projects in Darfur and elsewhere: “Voices of Hope,” the organization’s primary fundraiser, 7:30p.m. today, The Brandeis-Bardin Institute, 101 Peppertree Lane, Brandeis. Tickets $75-$100; (818) 501-1836 or see www.jewishworldwatch.org. “Let My People Sing … Along!” 4p.m. Sunday, Stephen S. Wise Temple, 15500 Stephen S. Wise Drive, Los Angeles. Limited seating. (818) 766-9426. “Songs of a New World,” a play by Jason Robert Brown performed by ELATE, a ministry of Emmanuel Lutheran Church of North Hollywood, 8p.m. today, 6020 Radford Ave. Tickets $10, $8 seniors and students. Also, 2 p.m. Sunday; 8 p.m. Friday and other dates in March. Call (818) 509-0882. “Beginnings and Basics of Islam: Sunni and Shi’a Traditions,” discussed by Amir Hussain, associate professor of Theological Studies at Loyola Marymount University, 9:30a.m. Sunday, St. Michael and All Angels Episcopal Church, 3646 Coldwater Canyon Ave., Studio City. Call (818) 763-9193 or see www.stmikessc.org. “Parenting and Parenting Parents: Life in a Mortality Sandwich,” a talk by author Noah benShea, 10:15a.m.-12:30p.m. Sunday, Temple Sinai of Glendale, 1212 N. Pacific Ave. Call (818) 246-8101. New member orientation, led by the Rev. Frank Nausin, 12:15-2:30p.m. Sunday, Holy Trinity Evangelical Church, 1 W. Avenida de los Arboles, Thousand Oaks. Lunch will be served during the meeting. Call (805) 492-1234. “Splendor of Indian Dance,” performed by the Rangoli Dance Company, 4p.m. Sunday, St. James Presbyterian Church, 19414 Ventura Blvd., Tarzana. Call (818) 345-2057. West Valley Christian Women Connection, affiliated with Stonecroft Ministries, 11:30a.m. Thursday, Holiday Inn, 21101 Ventura Blvd., Woodland Hills. Reservations required by Monday; $20. Call (818) 348-5247 or (818) 341-8684. “The University,” an annual adult education program offered by Roman Catholic parishes in Ventura County: All classes, 7:30-9p.m.; Fee: $7, includes a guest. This week’s classes include: “Tickle Your Soul,” Monday, St. Paschal Baylon, 155 E. Janss Road, Thousand Oaks; “What Exactly are the Eastern Catholic Churches?” Monday, St. Julie Billiart, 2475 Borchard Road, Newbury Park; “Silent Prayer,” Tuesday, Holy Cross, 13955 Peach Hill Road, Moorpark; “Hollywood and Faith: Enemies or Partners?” Wednesday, St. Maximilian Kolbe, 5801 Kanan Road, Westlake Village; “The Human Face of Mary,” Wednesday, St. Mary Magdalen, 2532 Ventura Blvd., Camarillo; “Sharing Your Faith in Mixed Company,” with Janice Daurio, a Roman Catholic, and Rabbi Michael Lotker, Thursday, St. Maximilian Kolbe. Call St. Paschal Baylon, (805) 496-0222 or see www.stpaschal.org. Holy Spirit Retreat Center activities: 4316 Lanai Road, Encino. “Food for the Soul,” a cooking class with Maria Simental and Sister Jennifer Gaeta, 5-9p.m. March 20. Fee: $30; deposit $10 by Wednesday. Vernal equinox labyrinth walk, 7p.m. March 21. Call (818) 784-4515.
Féile Carraig Arts and Culture 2014 will take place Friday 22nd August until Sunday 24th August and once again all events are completely free.Crowds can look forward to their old favourites such as the tea dance, local artists exhibition, arts and crafts workshops, photography workshop, open mic night, craft stalls, ramblers walk, locals live music on the street, family fun day and of course the carnival parade.For the first time Féile Carraig Arts & Culture will organise their own Carnival Parade which will take place on Sunday 24th August at 6pm on Carrigart Main Street, where anyone willing to dress up and join in can meet at the Carrigart Hotel beer garden at 5.30pm to help them make it a spectacular event. Some new events and venues this year include storytelling with Wayne O’Connor, the use of Doe Castle for the drawing day, trad school; where participants can learn to play the tin whistle, fiddle and accordion, a puppet Show in the Bewglass Centre and the Family Treasure Hunt takes place on Mulroy Estate this year.On Sunday afternoon a Carrigart Church Crawl will take place, this architectural tour offers an opportunity to inspect, savour and compare all three churches and reflect upon some of the original thirteenth and fourteen century buildings in Ireland and England drawn upon for elements of their design.Live music will be on every night in both Logues Bar and the Carrigart Hotel. Please note because of such high demand in previous years, some events require pre-booking this year; all details can be found in the festival programme.For information about any of the upcoming events pick up your programme in local shops, bars and hotels this weekend or visit http://www.facebook.com/FeileCarraigArts To volunteer or for information contact the committee anytime on 085 136 0837.The committee would like to thank all their sponsors and local businesses for their continued support this year and they look forward to meeting you all over the weekend at Féile Carraig Arts & Culture 2014. ALL EVENTS FREE AT FÉILE CARRAIG ARTS & CULTURE FESTIVAL WHICH KICKS OFF THIS WEEKEND was last modified: August 18th, 2014 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:EntertainementFeaturesnews