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MMH partnering in Franklin and Ripley Counties for Drug Take-Back events

first_imgFranklin and Ripley Counties—Community agencies have reported a rise in substance abuse because of quarantine and the COVID-19 pandemic. If you have expired or unused medications in your home, it may be time to get rid of them so they aren’t a temptation to others.Margaret Mary is proud to partner with several local organizations to offer drug take-back events throughout Ripley & Franklin counties. Simply drive through and drop your expired or unused medication in a collection box without ever leaving your vehicle.September 1 – 5 to 8 PMBrookville United Methodist Church150 E 8th StreetSeptember 2 – 5 to 8 PMBatesville Memorial Building132 S Main StreetEnter off of Catherine Street across from the Batesville Fire Department.Exit onto George Street near Ison’s Family Pizza.September 15 – 5 to 8 PMVersailles Police Department113 S Washington StreetAll staff will be wearing masks and practicing social distancing. For more information, call Meg Applegate at 812.933.5257.last_img read more

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UEFA postpones Champions League final and other club finals, providing no new date

first_imgUEFA postpones Champions League final and other club finals, providing no new date Share This StoryFacebookTwitteremailPrintLinkedinRedditNYON, Switzerland (AP) — UEFA postpones Champions League final and other club finals, providing no new date.,Tampa Bay Lightning advance to face Dallas Stars in Stanley Cup finals, beating New York Islanders 2-1 in OT in Game 6 Associated Press center_img March 23, 2020last_img

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Dream Q’final Fixture as Falana Takes on BA Law/Probitas

first_imgBOA LAWYERS’ FOOTBALL LEAGUEAfter the second leg fixtures of the Round of 16 matches of the ongoing 2018 Bankole Olumide Aluko (BOA) Lawyers’ Football Tournament ended last weekend with a former champion Lagos State Ministry of Justice (LSMJ), the law firms of Babalakin and Jackson Etti/Edu sent packing, actions continue on Sunday with the quarter final games.In the draws for the quarterfinals decided yesterday at the AstroTurf 2000, venue of the tournament in Ikoyi, Lagos, favourites Falana & Falana was paired against another high-scoring side, BA Law/Probitas. Falana was ruthless against Jackson Etti/Edu reaching the quarterfinal on aggregate score of 9-0! After the first leg 4-0 advantage, Adedotun Ishola scored a brace while Tayo Fashesin, Femi Bada and Tony Ajadi contributed one goal apiece for Falana to rout Etti/Edu 5-0 in the reverse fixture.BA Law/Probitas was equally clinical in the second leg fixture against Punuka, scoring five un-replied goals to book the quarterfinal ticket on 6-0 aggregate.This scenario makes the quarterfinal pairing of Falana versus BA Law/Probitas an interesting one.Olisa Agbakoba Legal on the other hand was lucky to overcome another former champions LSMJ 3-2 in penalty shoot out. The second leg had ended same goalless as their first meeting before the game dragged into penalty kicks.OAL opponents in this weekend’s quarterfinal clash, ALP/SPA, narrowly squeezed into the Last 8 with a slim 1-0 second leg victory against Pinheiro.The other two fixtures for Sunday include; SOOB/NICCOM versus Rickey Tarfa; and ADVOCAAT versus Banwo & Ighodalo.This is the 16th edition of the annual BOA Lawyers Football Tournament named after Mr. Bankole Olumide Aluko, a founding partner in the law firm of Aluko & Oyebode (A&O).Q’FINAL FIXTURESMatch 1: SOOB/NICCOM Vs RICKEY TARFAMatch 2: ADVOCAAT Vs B&IMatch 3: OAL Vs ALP/SPAMatch 4: FALANA&FALANA Vs BA LAW/PROBITASShare this:FacebookRedditTwitterPrintPinterestEmailWhatsAppSkypeLinkedInTumblrPocketTelegramlast_img read more