Members of Oxford Brookes’ University Rugby Club paraded in hunting uniforms, wore sex toys and attacked a woman’s car while she was with her two-year old daughter in a social on Cowley Road.When police arrived at the scene they were also found parts of an animal carcass. The incident left members of the public intimidated and was described as “inappropriate and offensive”.Despite a formal apology from the club President, Ronnie Gunson, Brookes University’s Vice Chancellor, Professor Janet Beer, said the matter was being taken “extremely seriously”.
Program educates consumers age 21 to 35 about the benefits of CU membership.by: Claire DragichThe Minnesota Credit Union Network’s (MnCUN) “Bankziety” program recently gained national attention after being mentioned in an article by The New York Times.The program, which spreads the word to consumers about the benefits of credit union membership, has been a creative and successful effort for MnCUN.Connie Kuhn, MnCUN’s director of communications, recently shared how the campaign is progressing.CU Magazine: How did the program come about?Kuhn: Bankziety is aimed at educating consumers age 21 to 35 about the benefits of credit unions. It was launched in 2012 to raise awareness about credit unions and encourage consumers to switch to a credit union.The main message of Bankziety is that credit unions exist to serve members, not profit from them. They offer many of the same services as big banks but with the added benefit of lower loan rates, fewer fees, and personalized service.The trademarked term “Bankziety” is defined as “uneasiness, distress, or mental apprehension, usually over an impending interaction with a bank, anticipated financial stress, and fearful concern over banking fees and rates.” continue reading » 8SHARESShareShareSharePrintMailGooglePinterestDiggRedditStumbleuponDeliciousBufferTumblr
Scott is the Principal of Your Credit Union Partner, PLLC.Your Credit Union Partner (YCUP) is a trusted advisor to the leaders of more than 100 credit unions located throughout … Web: www.yourcupartner.org Details 16SHARESShareShareSharePrintMailGooglePinterestDiggRedditStumbleuponDeliciousBufferTumblr,Scott Butterfield It’s not new; this question has been debated before. I have been called out more than once for defining the credit union space as a movement rather than an industry. I have friends on both sides of the debate and, arguably, both words apply.With the 2015 CUNA Governmental Affairs Conference knocking at our doors, and thousands of us meeting to discuss the future and descend on Capitol Hill to lobby our elected representatives, I thought it might be a good time to consider which word – movement or industry – most accurately describes what we do. Which word will best elicit the reaction we desire?A movement is defined as a group of people working together to advance their shared political, social, or artistic ideas. Think Martin Luther King, Jr.An industry is defined as the production of a good or service within an economy. Think Ford Motor Co.Both descriptions are technically accurate for credit unions, and both examples positively transformed society’s quality of life. Yet, one is more inspirational and speaks directly to the heart.Our rootsThe credit union system began as a social movement to create affordable access to credit and to promote thrift. Most of us know this, and I am sure it will be repeated more than once during Hill visits the second week of March. Passionate credit-union pioneers worked to share the credit-union ideal and were responsible for chartering tens of thousands of credit unions. Thanks to credit unions and their social movement, millions of Americans and immigrants gained access to affordable credit, learned how to save, and, as a result, prospered financially and migrated to the middle class. The early credit-union movement was inspiring, and it improved the quality of life for millions.Words matterUsing the right word can transform ideas into clear, captivating actions and ideals. Leadership guru Simon Sinek is best known for popularizing the concepts of “The Golden Circle” and to first “start with why”. (If you have not seen this, I highly recommend it:http://www.ted.com/talks/simon_sinek_how_great_leaders_inspire_action). Sinek proposes that people don’t buy what we do or how we do it, but they buy “why” we do what we do. People who believe in a concept or idea will attract people who believe in what they believe. It is the why that resonates and motivates people to listen to what we have to say and take notice of what we believe to be true about the world. This is very important, especially when we are trying to convey our uniqueness to the world and justify our unique not-for-profit chartering system.What do you believe?I believe that our “why” is still inspiring, and is still accurately defined as a social movement.Words matter, but action speaks louder than words. Here are a few examples of why I believe movement more accurately defines the credit union space as a whole. Hint: these might be good examples to share during your capitol hill visits.Mendo Lake Credit Union – $188-million credit union headquartered in Ukiah, CA.MLCU serves a diverse, low-income, overlooked rural community that includes low-income, Hispanic and Native American communities. MLCU is the main buffer between local low-income consumers and large, profit-oriented, banks, check-cashers, and predatory lenders. Financial inclusion is the credit union’s mission, and it walks the talk by providing one-on-one financial education, and products and loans that are specifically unique to the credit union’s membership. It actively lends to the underserved groups and demonstrates that credit unions can grow and do well by doing good.Tuscaloosa Credit Union – $60.1-million credit union headquartered in Tuscaloosa, AL.At TCU the “people helping people” mantra is alive and well. TCU has a mission of making affordable housing available for its lower-income target market. It does this by partnering with the local housing authority to provide financial, credit, and home buyer counseling, a process that ultimately results in the credit union financing consumer’s first home (loans that traditional financial institutions will not make). It’s an inspiring program and it’s probably why TCU was selected as the 2015 CU Times Trailblazer of the Year for Serving the Underserved.Mid Oregon Credit Union – $191-million credit union headquartered in Bend, OR.MOCU’s mission is to serve communities that include lower-income, Hispanics and Native Americans. MOCU serves consumers across a very wide demographic spectrum. When it comes to financial inclusion, this credit union walks the talk. It has developed unique programs to educate and serve each of its communities – regardless of income or credit status. MOCU’s mission has attracted a robust collection of community partnerships that include education, economic development, minority, and social service providers that have gathered to support the credit union’s programs. MOCU is a community leader and, working together,it is improving the quality of life in the communities it serves.First Kingsport Credit Union –$44.2-million credit union headquartered in Kingsport, TN.FKCU is a smaller credit union with a big “Can Do” attitude. FKCU thrives in a community that is full of mainstream financial providers because its focus is on serving the “little guys:” hard-working Americans who struggle to get by with wages that haven’t caught up with rising prices, and who have credit that has been challenged during tougher economic times. FKCU is that bridge that helps its members move from savings- and credit-challenged to stronger consumers with savings and improved credit profiles. Many if not most of these consumers would be left to predatory lenders, if not for the credit union’s mission to serve this frequently overlooked class of consumers.Collectively, these four examples reach tens of thousands of consumers annually who are usually overlooked by the financial “industry.”If we are a movement, what are we moving toward?I believe that, for the most part, the credit union space is still moving toward a better quality of life for the consumers and communities we serve. Hence, the credit union space is a movement, rather than an industry. This movement toward a better quality of life is reflected in the thousands of credit unions that still serve a large sector of the overlooked, and it’s also reflected in the significant community give-back that is consistently demonstrated by credit unions (and movement leaders) of all sizes and in all types of communities throughout the country.Moving toward a better quality of life is our best “why,” and if we remain firmly committed, it will continue to resonate with people who seek out and believe what we believe.
When newly minted board chair Russ Siemens realized how much information was available on CUES’ website, he knew he would need an organized approach to sift through the offerings.Siemens, who was appointed chair at SaskCentral, Regina, Saskatchewan, in March 2015, has also been on the board at $1.9 billion Innovation CU, Swift Current, Saskatchewan, since its inception 10 years ago. He felt further education was required to fulfill his new duties, but where to start?“I began by reaching out to our CUES Canada support person, [VP/sales and member relations] Leiha Fiddler, and she guided me to the appropriate resources and the CUES Learning Tracker,” recalls Siemens. SaskCentral and Innovation CU are both members of CUES’ Center for Credit Union Board Excellence, giving Siemens access to resources tailored for directors.Once pointed to CCUBE, Siemens discovered learning plans, tools that group content under topics important to directors and chairs, such as CEO relations, risk management and strategy. CUES Learning Tracker automatically tracked his learning activities and allowed him to report on his progress. If he attends CUES learning events, such as the Board Chair Development Seminar, they’ll show up in the tracker, too. continue reading » ShareShareSharePrintMailGooglePinterestDiggRedditStumbleuponDeliciousBufferTumblr
January saw the arrival of new faces in Washington on both sides of the aisle following last year’s highly contentious midterm elections. While credit unions still have support in both parties, new members of Congress may or may not be informed about the importance of credit unions in the community, making now a critical time for credit union awareness and advocacy. Indications are that Reps. Maxine Waters and Richard Neal, respectively the chairs of the House Financial Services and Ways and Means committees, plan to prioritize the following initiatives: data breach legislation, regulatory reform, charter enhancements and preserving the tax status. By marshaling the power and voices of the national trade associations and state leagues, addressing public policy issues and blanketing Capitol Hill with the credit union message, credit unions can earn a spot on the legislative agenda.One of the most visible ways credit unions throughout the U.S. bring awareness to the important role credit unions play in their communities is through the Credit Union Cherry Blossom Ten Mile Run®, which takes place each April in the nation’s capital. The annual event is instrumental in showcasing the value of the credit union community and the credit union movement at a local level. Credit unions throughout the U.S. proudly join together as the title sponsor of the Credit Union Cherry Blossom Ten Mile Run®, which benefits the Children’s Miracle Network. Credit union support for the event is two-fold: volunteers provide the manpower behind the event itself, while financial donations go directly to the millions of children who enter a Children’s Hospital annually for treatment. The race puts credit union community involvement on center stage for members of Congress and other D.C.-area influencers. It also complements the active lobbying efforts of the CUNA and NAFCU trade associations. Many of the race’s 15,000 runners each year are Capitol Hill staffers, all of whom get the chance to witness firsthand the community service and volunteer efforts of this country’s credit unions. All of these groups and participants come together to help ensure elected officials – especially newly elected ones – have a clearer understanding of their role in the industry’s future success and the importance of credit unions in their communities.The Credit Union Cherry Blossom Ten Mile Run® is also an opportunity to put the credit union philosophy of “people helping people” into practice. For credit unions and the CUSOs that serve them, the commitment to helping children is a natural extension of that philosophy. Since 2002, the event has raised more than $9 million to aid children suffering from illness. For the 12th year, PSCU is underwriting the title sponsorship expenses for the Credit Union Cherry Blossom Ten Mile Run® along with CUNA Mutual Group. The sponsorship helps ensure donations raised by participating credit unions and runners go directly to local Children’s Miracle Network Hospitals. PSCU’s employees and their families hold the cause of children’s healthcare very close to their hearts. Many of them apply for the chance to participate in the race, and the CUSO proudly sends runners to the event each year. This year’s team will be competing as the PSCU Possibilities Delivered race team.In addition to its support of the Credit Union Cherry Blossom Ten Mile Run®, PSCU provides the national trade associations with payments-related data as needed for specific lobbying initiatives, and PSCU representatives serve on various financial services advocacy committees and boards, bringing an industry perspective to important initiatives impacting the entire industry. In today’s political environment, a proactive advocacy campaign is more important than ever. Whether it is behind the scenes or on the frontlines, credit unions everywhere should look for ways to lend their voices to growing the credit union movement. For more information about the Credit Union Cherry Blossom Ten Mile Run®, the flagship event in the Credit Union Miracle Day Family of Races, visit MiracleDay.org. 59SHARESShareShareSharePrintMailGooglePinterestDiggRedditStumbleuponDeliciousBufferTumblr,Merry Pateuk Merry Pateuk is vice president of industry engagement at PSCU. Since 1989, Merry has served in a wide range of senior leadership roles, each of which were critical to building … Web: www.pscu.com Details
Rural doctor and ‘genius grant’ winner nominated as surgeon generalPresident Barack Obama today nominated an Alabama family physician and MacArthur Foundation “genius grant” winner to be surgeon general. Regina Benjamin, MD, MBA, founded a health clinic to serve tiny Bayou La Batre, Ala., home to poor, mostly uninsured African-American and immigrant Asian fishermen, and rebuilt it three times after two hurricanes and a fire. She is a faculty member at the University of South Alabama College of Medicine.[Reuters story, Macarthur Foundation bio]Viruses of past flu pandemics circulated undetected for yearsThe influenza strains that caused the three pandemics of the 20th century did not emerge suddenly, but circulated for months or years, researchers from Tennessee and China say in Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences. Applying a “molecular clock” calculation to viral isolates from the 1918, 1957, and 1968 pandemics, the researchers estimate that each strain evolved through a series of reassortments that included at least one flu virus contemporaneously circulating in swine or birds. Current surveillance programs will not detect such reassortments, they say.[PNAS abstract]
Salina Central, Wichita-Bishop Carroll, Winfield, Invitational Tournament9 a.m.Away vs. AndoverAndover High School DeJarnett, Graysen11152.4145 lbs. 6. The newcomersâ€¦There are a few newcomers in the lineup which gives this team hope. Skylar Brand is hardly a newcomer to wrestling, but he is a newcomer to Wellington High School wrestling. After sustaining two knee injuries in middle school and his freshman year, Brand elected to not go out his sophomore and junior year. But he returns with a vengeance in his senior year. Look for him to be a solid starter at 220 pounds.Ian Groom, a freshman, has also caught the eye of his coaches. He will be wrestling at 182. Concordia, Close Forgot password? Please put in your email: Send me my password! 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Tweet this comment Cancel Submit Comment Subscribe to None Replies All new comments InvitationalÂ 9 a.m.Â Andover,Wellington High School – Wellington Salina Central, TypeÂ TimeÂ OpponentÂ LocationÂ Hutchinson, Dual Tournament9 a.m.Away vs. El Dorado,El Dorado High School Friday, Dec 19, 2014 Saturday, Dec 13, 2014 Sanders, Dakota12109.2106 lbs. 4A State10 a.m.Away vs. TbaSalina Bicentennial Center Clearwater, Wichita-North Thursday, Dec 11, 2014 Double Dual6 p.m.Away vs. ChaparralChaparral High School Invitational TournamentÂ 9 a.m.Â Andover,Wellington High School 5. So who will anchor this team in the early going?â€¦Joey HaydonOf the three returning starters currently on the mat, senior Joey Haydon at 160 pounds, has the most wins. He is 20-17 and was very close to qualifying in early 2014.Â Aaron Fair, who lost going to state in the most heart-breaking of fashions at the Winfield regional, will return in full force as a 182 pounder. Graysen DeJarnett is a returning starter with great upside potential. The junior was 14-10 in 2013-14 and is expected to wrestle at 138 pounds although he will start the season at 145 pounds.Aaron Fair Goddard, Maize South, 9. The scheduleâ€¦The schedule appears to be identical to the one last year.The Kansas State High School Activities Association reported this week that Wellington will be traveling to Pratt High School on Feb. 20-21 for the Class 4A Regional. Those teams will include: Andale, Augusta, Clearwater, El Dorado, Holcomb, Hugoton, Larned, Mulvane, Pratt, Rose Hill, Towanda-Circle, Ulysses, Wellington, Wichita-Trinity Academy, and Winfield.Andale will, of course, be tough, but it is the only team ranked in the preseason poll. So this regional is doable.The full schedule for the WHS varsity and junior varsity team is as follows: Invitational9 a.m.Away vs. Valley CenterValley Center High School 4A Regional11 a.m.Away vs. TbaTBA Winfield, Concordia, Tunnell, Ethan11145.6138 lbs. Topeka-West, Caney Valley, Saturday, Jan 10, 2015 Junction City Rose Hill, Garden Plain, Thursday, Feb 12, 2015 Wichita Trinity Academy Cheney, Ast, Vincent12164.6152 lbs. El Dorado, Jayhawk Linn El Dorado, Pratt, Invitational Tournament9 p.m.Away vs. RossvilleRossville High School Wiens, Brad11146.9138 lbs. 4A Regional2 p.m.Away vs. TbaTBA Saturday, Dec 20, 2014 Tournament9 a.m.Away vs. Andover,Clearwater High School Goddard, Saturday, Jan 17, 2015 El Dorado, Follow us on Twitter. by Tracy McCue, Sumner Newscow â€” Ten things you need to know about the upcoming 2014-15 Wellington High School wrestling seasonâ€¦1. Where we left offâ€¦Â The WHS wrestling program had its biggest year since the Russ Decker era in post season competition in February with five Crusader grapplers making it to the Class 4A State Tournament in Salina. Two of those wrestlers: Andrew Pelkey at 145 and Taylan Lamkin at 195 became state placers.And what happened between then and now?2014-15 Wellington High School wrestling squad.Well, four graduated (the outrage) and the fifth tore his ACL in his knee during the football season (more on that later). So this season Wellington has no returning state qualifiers as of this weekend when they travel to El Dorado for an eight-team dual. Clearwater Invitational Tournament10 a.m.Away vs. Rose HillRose Hill High School Wichita-East, Augusta, Wichita-Bishop Carroll, Invitational9 a.m.Away vs. StaffordStafford High School Fowler, Andre9241.6285 lbs. Hain, Chandler11156.9145 lbs. Olson, Ryan11139.2132 lbs. Brand, Skylar12209.8195 lbs. Andover, Wrestling JV ScheduleÂ Â Â Â (as of 12-04-14) Dual7 p.m.Away vs. MulvaneMulvane High School Winfield, Winfield, Buhler, Thursday, Dec 18, 2014 8. The competitionâ€¦Wellington was denied an Ark Valley Chisholm Trail League Div. IV title because of Augusta the past two seasons. But the Orioles have been moved to Div. III and Mulvane has taken its place.Andale, like every other sport, appears to be the kingpin of the division this season. Yes, Wellington has beaten Andale in dual competition the past two years, but the Indians are said to be a lot more loaded this year. Mulvane will be tough.In the KWCA preseason rankings, Andale is ranked No. 7. Tournament11 a.m.Away vs. Andale,Rose Hill High School 10. The rosterâ€¦The roster for the WHS wrestling team as released by the school is as follow:2014-15 WELLINGTON HIGH SCHOOL WRESTLING ROSTER – 12-4-14 Hutchinson, Independence, Andover Central, Mulvane, Wichita Trinity AcademyÂ Caney Valley, Wichita-North, Tuesday, Jan 27, 2015 Maize South, Saturday, Jan 24, 2015 Rose Hill, El Dorado, Fort Scott, Mulvane, Thursday, Jan 15, 2015 2. So what does this mean?â€¦Â In wrestling, a lot of times it is not so much who left the program last season as it is who â€œcould beâ€ on the mat this season. Mitch McComb, embarking on his third season as the head WHS wrestling coach, has or had 35 wrestlers out according to the roster. Some have come, some have gone and a couple of newcomers have the potential of being very, very good. Then there are those walking the Wellington hallways who are sharpening their Playstation 4 skills. Rose Hill, McBath, Brad10185.6182 lbs. Wichita-Northwest, 3. Who is back?Wellington has five returning starters: Brad Wiens, Graysen DeJarnett, Andrew Pelkey, Joey Haydon and Aaron Fair. Two of those wrestlers are currently out. McComb said Wiens, a promising 126-pound junior, may be out for the season with a shoulder injury. He had a nice run in the 4A Regional before falling short as a state qualifierâ€¦ Smith, Gabe9207.2195 lbs. Fox, Gunner9122.8113 lbs. 4â€¦ And then there is Pelkeyâ€¦Andrew PelkeyAll eyes are on Pelkey, the gifted senior who placed fifth last year at the state tournament in Salina at 145 pounds. He is Wellingtonâ€™s only ranked wrestler in the preseason Kansas Wrestling Coaches Association poll â€” ranked No. 3 at 152 pounds (see preseason KWCA rankings here.)Â But unless you have been living under a rock or in Mulvane, Pelkey tore his ACL during the first football game and is still convalescing. McComb said at Crusader Club Monday that he could be returning in January – which seems to be a quick turnaround.â€œI donâ€™t want to rush him,â€ McComb said. â€œHe is going to have to wear a brace. This will be a touchy situation.â€ Bodkins, Zach12163.1152 lbs. Double Dual5 p.m.Away vs. Rossville,Rossville High School Friday, Jan 9, 2015 TypeÂ TimeÂ OpponentÂ LocationÂ Wichita-Southeast Salina Central, Bales, Blake9118.7113 lbs. 4A State9 a.m.Away vs. TbaSalina Bicentennial Center 7. Filling out the rosterâ€¦Â Wellingtonâ€™s biggest weakness will be in the lower ranksâ€¦ again. McComb said the 106 and 113 pound weight classes will be open. He is counting on freshman Daniel Schmidt to fill the void eventually. But for the time being McComb said he is going to wrestle him at the junior varsity level.At 120 pounds, a foreign exchange student named Ahmad Mohammed will be representing Wellington. McComb said he has never wrestled before until this year.Chevy Nuss will wrestled at 126 as a sophomore and look for Adrian Wiseman (not on the roster) to wrestle at 138. Ian King a senior is expected to wrestle at 138 with DeJarnett at 145. Once Pelkey is infused into the lineup at either 152 or 145 then this lineup will be significantly shuffled.â€œOne of my varsity starter now wonâ€™t be starting in January,â€ McComb said.At 170, Vincent Ast is starting.â€œVincent is actually smaller than Joey, but I need Joey at 160,â€ McComb said.At heavyweight, freshman Matt McComb appears to have the nod.â€œAt one point I thought I had seven heavyweights, but Iâ€™m now down to two due to injuries or kids not going out,â€ McComb said. Hays, Clearwater, Derby, El Dorado, Wolf, Andrew9123.1120 lbs. Valley Center, Lujan, Miguel11313.6285 lbs. Glover, Colton10150138 lbs. Wichita-NorthÂ Saturday, Dec 6, 2014 Friday, Feb 20, 2015 Chanute, Independence, Rose Hill, Double Dual5 p.m.Away vs. Augusta,Augusta High School Wichita-South, Schoemann, Aaron9164.5152 lbs. Circle, Wichita-Northwest, Derby, Anthony-Harper-Chaparral Circle, El Dorado, NameClassCertified Weight(s) – Weight class Derby, Maize South, Friday, Feb 6, 2015 DualÂ 6 p.m.Â PrattÂ Wellington High School – WHS Main Gym Pratt, Haysville-Campus, Clearwater, King, Ian12146.6138 lbs. McPherson, Arkansas City, Saturday, Dec 6, 2014 Rose Hill, Struble, Skyler11160.6152 lbs. Saturday, Feb 7, 2015 Winfield, Valley Center, McPherson, Wichita East, Haydon, Joey12167.5160 lbs. McComb, Matt9246.2285 lbs. Wrestling Boys Varsity ScheduleÂ Â Â Â (as of 12-04-14) Wichita-North, Hugoton, Ottawa Saturday, Feb 14, 2015 Ferguson, Sage11143.2132 lbs. Tournament8:30AMAway vs. Andale,Rose Hill High School Triangular6 p.m.Away vs. Andale,Andale High School Dual Tournament3 p.m.Away vs. MarionMarion High School Mulvane, Pruitt, Eric12218.6220 lbs. Mulvane, Larned, Tidwell, Malachi9127.8120 lbs. Rose Hill, Rose Hill, Andover, Smoky Valley, Rose Hill, Saturday, Jan 31, 2015 Invitational9 a.m.Away vs. Wichita SouthWichita South High School Groom, Ian9182.2170 lbs. Heacock, Kadin9128120 lbs. Friday, Feb 27, 2015 Lowe, Jace11239.6285 lbs. Saturday, Feb 28, 2015 Valley Center, Tournament9 a.m.Away vs. Arkansas City,Winfield High School Andover Central, Clearwater, Thursday, Jan 22, 2015 Pelkey, Andrew12148.7138 lbs. DualÂ 6 p.m.Â CircleÂ Wellington High School – WHS Main Gym Saturday, Feb 7, 2015 Brown, Standard10176.1170 lbs. Schmidt, Daniel9110.2106 lbs. Chaparral, Fair, Aaron12209.3195 lbs. Saturday, Dec 13, 2014 Saturday, Feb 21, 2015 Mohammed, Ahmad12113.3106 lbs. Preston, Levi10170.9160 lbs. Arkansas City, Winfield, Nuss, Chevy10129.2120 lbs.