WHO:The Walk for the Wounded Committee, currently planning the 9th Annual Walk for the Wounded to benefit Operation First Response Operation First Response, a nonprofit organization that raises funds for injured soldiers and their families.Wyatt Clevenger, formerly a Sergeant with the United States Marine Corps, and currently a member of the Ocean City Fire DepartmentTrevor Jenni, Chief Warrant Officer 2, United States ArmyWHAT:Family Day featuring unlimited ride wristbands for $15 each. All proceeds will benefit Walk for the Wounded, and all rides except the Gale Force roller coaster are included.WHEN: Wednesday, August 2, 20171:00 to 5:00 pm (Wyatt Clevenger and Trevor Jenni will address the crowd at 3:00 pm in front of the Double Shot ride)WHERE:Playland’s Castaway CoveBoardwalk between 10th and 11th StreetsOcean City, New Jersey The iconic pirate ship at Playland’s Castaway Cove that overlooked the Boardwalk entrance was destroyed in the fire.
Yesterday, the East Coast distribution hub of the Sierra Nevada Brewery in Mills River, North Carolina announced a recall of certain bottled beers that may be susceptible to a manufacturing defect that could lead to customers potentially ingesting broken shards of glass.According to the company, “the flaw may result in loss of carbonation and a small piece of glass to break off and possibly fall into the bottle, causing a risk for injury.”The recall stretches to 36 different states in the Southeast, on the East Coast, and throughout the Midwest, and includes the brewery’s flagship Pale Ale along with its popular Torpedo IPA, the Otra Vez and several others.The affected state are: AL, AR, CT, DC, DE, FL, GA, IA, IL, IN, KS, KY, LA, MA, MD, ME, MI, MN, MO, MS, NC, NH, NJ, NY, OH, OK, PA, RI, SC, SD, TN, TX, VA, VT, WI and WV.“While we believe this concern impacts roughly 1 in every 10,000 (0.01%) of our bottles packaged during this time, Sierra Nevada has set the standard for quality in the craft brewing industry since 1980 and we have decided to take this precaution to ensure the safety of our consumers,” the company announced on its website.The affected beer has a package date that falls between Dec. 5,2016, and Jan. 13, 2017 and a brewery code of “M” – which stands of Mills River – printed directly on bottles and the packaging of cardboard cases. Reference the list below to find out about every beer that was included in the recall. Related:
GM Chief Executive Mary Barra said earlier this month that the company would resume production “in a very cadenced and thoughtful way” with just one shift before adding more.Ford set return-to-work dates for several plants for the week of May 18, while listing a few factories that would not resume until the week of May 25.Ford Chief Executive Jim Hackett said that the company’s confidence in the restart stemmed from the success of operations in Europe and Thailand, where workers have been brought back without sparking COVID-19 outbreaks.”We have not found an infection in any of those factories,” Hackett told NPR.Hackett said the coronavirus crisis had forced a rethink of plant operations.”Prior to COVID, we would put more than one person in a vehicle as it was moving down the line as they were adding items,” Hackett said. “We’ve rechoreographed that so it’s not going to happen.” Two months after effectively freezing American auto manufacturing, Detroit’s “Big Three” on Monday began a gradual ramp-up of plants with new configurations and procedures to prevent coronavirus outbreaks.Some hourly workers have expressed concerns about the risks of assembly line activity, where staff traditionally have worked side-by-side. But automakers say they will be able to work while practicing social distancing and taking other measures to protect workers.”We will monitor the situation, adapt accordingly and make any changes to policy in accordance with the CDC/WHO-recommended employee safety practices,” General Motors said in a safety flier given to workers. Spokesman for the United Auto Workers Brian Rothenberg said defenders of labor would monitor how things go.”It’s still early but I haven’t heard of major incidents, and staffing appears to be at or above estimates as people go through protocols,” Rothenberg said. As they entered GM plants for Chevrolet, GMC and other brands, GM took the temperature of employees and provided facemasks and other personal protective equipment, company spokesman Jim Cain said. Automakers have disinfected work stations, revamped spaces, staggered shift times and installed soap and cleaning equipment throughout the factories. Topics :
Pakistan were unable win their first ODI series against New Zealand since 2011 with the rain disrupting the third and final match on Sunday. The three-match series was tied at 1-1 and that is how it ended.New Zealand were missing injured captain Kane Williamson and were 35/1 in 6.5 overs against Pakistan’s 279/8 when rain prevented further play and then the match had be abandoned all together.Pakistan put up a strong total on the board even though New Zealand’s Lockie Ferguson (5/45) registered his first five-wicket haul in limited overs cricket. Babar Azam (92), Fakhar Zaman (65) and Haris Sohail (60) all scored half centuries on Sunday.New Zealand had won the first match by 47 runs before Pakistan came back strongly and levelled the series 1-1 with a six-wicket win.It’s raining in the desert #believeitBCs 35-1 after 6.5 overs chasing 280 to win the 3rd and final ODI #PAKvNZ pic.twitter.com/xKhEnk8mdNBLACKCAPS (@BLACKCAPS) November 11, 2018Left-arm fast bowler Shaheen Afridi had struck on the second delivery when Colin Munro was undone by pace and was clean bowled without scoring.George Worker was unbeaten on 18 and Henry Nicholls was not out on 15 before rain forced the players off the field.New Zealand’s frontline paceman Trent Boult, who had a hat trick in the first game, was the prime target of Pakistan’s batsmen. The left-armer couldn’t get a wicket in the second match and finished with his second most expensive ODI figures of 80/1 off 10 overs on Sunday.Mohammad Hafeez replaced injured Imam-ul-Haq at the top order as Pakistan won the toss and opted to bat.advertisementZaman and Hafeez were unruffled by New Zealand in a 64-run first-wicket stand before Hafeez went too deep in his crease while playing Ferguson and was out hit wicket as he dislodged the bails with his back heel.Career-best ODI figures of (5-45) for Lockie Ferguson, including three wickets in the final over, as Pakistan finished on 279. Azam 90, Zaman 65 and Sohail 62. Henry pic.twitter.com/7h74QtdPNyBLACKCAPS (@BLACKCAPS) November 11, 2018Zaman scored his second successive half century before he holed out in the deep while attempting a big shot off Colin de Grandhomme.Pakistan shifted gears once Sohail joined Azam as the left-hander played aggressively during his 59-ball knock, which featured six fours and two sixes.Sohail brought up his half century with a pulled six off leg-spinner Ish Sohil.Sohail and Zaman shared a run-a-ball 108 for the third wicket before Ferguson beat Sohail off a slower delivery and Worker picked up a smart low catch at square leg boundary.Azam should have been caught on 80 but Nicholls dropped a sitter before the fielder made amends and had Azam caught in the penultimate over.Ferguson grabbed three wickets in the last over by having Asif Ali and Faheem Ashraf clean bowled and Hasan Ali was caught off the last delivery.(With AP inputs)