continue reading » ShareShareSharePrintMailGooglePinterestDiggRedditStumbleuponDeliciousBufferTumblr NAFCU’s newly developed digital and interactive 2020 Vendor Directory is designed to give service providers and businesses key exposure to the credit union industry’s top players. Those who wish to be included in the print edition of the directory – published in the January-February edition of The NAFCU Journal – must submit the order form by Oct. 31.Each year, NAFCU’s Vendor Directory compiles the best products and services to help credit unions grow and evolve to meet the needs of the industry’s 118 million members.The 2020 digital directory will feature numerous changes, including:dynamic keyword search and filtering options;direct links to organizations; andaccess to engagement data such as link clicks and impressions.Placements in the digital directory, set to go live online Jan. 1, will be available year-round, pro-rated on a monthly basis. Vendors also have the ability to lock in 2020 prices for 2021 by signing up for two years.
“There’s nothing more local than giving back to the people in need,” said Holiavko. “So we feel like, ‘hey this is a great way to give back.’ We are happy to donate to them when we can.” Those in attendance were asked to donate $5 towards the Food Bank of the Southern Tier as the event’s charity recipient, an element to the showdown Holiavko thinks is vital. OWEGO (WBNG) – Fans of food were in for a treat on Sunday, as The Farmhouse Brewery held their Mac-N-Cheese Throwdown. Holiavko told 12 News the brewery chooses a new recipient each month. Around 14 locals put their best culinary creations on the line, trying to impress restaurant-goers with their unique mac and cheese dishes. “A lot of people want an outlet to give them something to do instead of just posting something to Facebook,” said beer tender Michael Holiavko. “Here, you can actually make something, you bring it down, you compete a little bit, you have fun and if you win you get a growler or beer and a nice trophy.” The brewery will hold a chili competition in February.
“It was really surprising because you don’t really expect this kind of support when you’re in another country, not your home country,” Gauff told a news conference.”I really did feel like I was probably playing in New York somewhere. I’m just really happy and happy that people believe in me.”They’ve been amazing, like even this match. Even though I wasn’t feeling my best, I wasn’t playing my best, but they were still supporting me no matter what. “I learned a lot. I learned how to play in front of a big crowd. I learned what it was like to be under pressure. I learned a lot and I’m really thankful for this experience.”The No.1 Court crowd rises to acknowledge all the excitement @CocoGauff has given us And remember – this is just the beginning… #Wimbledon pic.twitter.com/UBiOYSxPeU— Wimbledon (@Wimbledon) July 8, 2019Gauff may have become an international tennis sensation, but she still has to finish her high school studies for the academic year.”I literally have two weeks left. I probably could have been done if I didn’t play this, but I’m so close,” she added. “My teachers definitely let me take a break a little so I could focus on my matches.”I’m just going to go get back to work. I’m going to rest obviously for a couple days. I don’t know where we’re going to go.”Definitely going to take like a mini weekend family vacation. I don’t know where we’ll go. I’m excited to just kind of chill for a little bit.” Wimbledon 2019: Cori ‘Coco’ Gauff’s fairytale halted by Simona Halep Wimbledon 2019: Serena Williams sees off Suarez Navarro to land all-American quarter Cori “Coco” Gauff likened the support she received at Wimbledon to a home crowd after her journey at the All England Club came to an end.The 15-year-old American shocked five-time Wimbledon champion Venus Williams in round one but went out to former world number one Simona Halep in the last 16 on Monday. Halep came out on top 6-3, 6-3 on No.1 Court, though Gauff still produced some quality shots despite struggling with a stomach problem.Gauff’s rise to prominence has undoubtedly been the story of this year’s tournament so far and the future appears bright for the teenager, who was a firm fan favorite at Wimbledon. Related News