South Burlington, VT — March 7, 2006 Celebrating their 16th year of creating unforgettable weddings, private parties, and corporate events in Vermont, Cloud 9 Caterers has launched a new website (http://www.cloud9caterers.com(link is external)), developed by local wedding marketing company, Injoy Marketing (http://www.injoyweddings.com(link is external)). The new website showcases the beauty and allure of Cloud 9’s outstanding food and impeccable service, which has distinguished Cloud 9 as Vermont’s premier catering company.Cloud 9 owner Sarah Moran first came to the Burlington area in the 1980s, graduating from the University of Vermont in 1984 and going on to pursue graduate studies at St. Michael’s College. After living and working in New York for a few years, the birth of her first child prompted Sarah to return to the Green Mountain State. Seeking a way to pursue her passion for food while devoting time to her new family, in 1990 she established Coggio Caterers with a business partner. Five years later, Sarah changed the name of the company to Cloud 9 Caterers.Cloud 9 today has a reputation for food that is eclectic, contemporary, and fresh, and they are proud to be a member of the Vermont Fresh Network, an alliance of farmers and chefs committed to using and promoting organic, locally produced ingredients. Offering top-notch service along with the resources and experience to make any event unforgettable, Cloud 9 continues to grow, allowing Sarah ample opportunity to do what she loves mosthelping people make great things happen.
This year the Association of Boatmen ‘Neum’ and Association ‘Heritage of Neretva’ Opuzen, organized the second International Boat Regatta Klek-Neum. The event attracted many viewers, spectators and fans throughout the coast of Neum.Performers of Regatta were: Neum, Neum Juniors, Opuzen, Gusari Komin, Domagojevi Gusari-Vid, Gospa Karmenska-Krvavac, Stablina, Žrnovo, Čeljevo, Gabela 1., Gabela 2., Donjani Donji-Slivno,Baćina, Južnjak Ploče, Metkovke, Crni Put-Metković, Sveti Roko-Podrujnica, Jerkovac-Metković, 4. Gardijska Brigada, Bjelovar.The finish point was at the beach hotel ‘Zenit’ and this year the team ‘Gusari’ from Komin won first place in the International Regatta Klek- Neum. Second place was shared by two teams ‘Opuzen’ and ‘Žrnovo’. These two teams came together to the finish, and therefore it was decided to share second place and third place was not given to anyone, announced on municipality website.The Mayor of municipality of Neum Živko Matuško, the mayor of municipality of Slivno Smiljan Mustapić, Dubrovnik- Neretva County Nikola Dobroslavić and President ŽO HDZ BiH HNŽ Rafael Gagro awarded winning teams with medals and trophies.Sponsors of the event were Dubrovnik-Neretva County, municipality of Neum,municipality Slivno and many others.(Source: ekapija.com)
Share on: WhatsApp Uganda’s defender Denis Iguma (R) in action when Uganda beat Botswana in the AFCON QUALIFIERS. Uganda also still in running in World Cup qualifiers. AFP PHOTOSeedingPot 1: Algeria, Ivory Coast, Ghana, Senegal, EgyptPot 2: Tunisia, Cape Verde, Democratic Republic of Congo, Guinea, CameroonPot 3: Congo Brazzaville, Nigeria, Morocco, Mali, South AfricaPot 4: Uganda, Burkina Faso, Zambia, Gabon, Libya Johannesburg, South Africa | AFP |FIFA have altered the seeding for the 2018 World Cup Africa group draw in Cairo Friday with Egypt, Guinea and Cameroon promoted and Tunisia, Nigeria and Mali demoted.Egypt are now among the top seeds and Guinea and Cameroon are second seeds ahead of a draw that will split 20 nations into five groups with the winners qualifying for the finals in Russia.Tunisia drop from first to second seeds and Nigeria and Mali from second to third seeds for the most eagerly anticipated off-field event in African football this year. (LIVE FEED from draw at 6pm -bottom of page)FIFA have not explained why they changed the seedings.Algeria, Cameroon, Ghana, Ivory Coast and Nigeria are seeking third consecutive World Cup appearances.Group qualifying starts this October, continues in November and there will be four rounds between August and November 2017.Eighteen of the nations in the draw are among the top 20 in the rankings with Gabon and Libya the exceptions.