Voodoo Lounge in Letterkenny is looking for an experienced bar person to work in the voodoo lounge cocktail bar and the brand new vintage cocktail bar.Voodoo and Vintage are busy bars looking for a cocktail mixer.The ideal candidate will be working very closely with myself and the other cocktail team members in an award winning cocktail bar.Cocktail experience is preferred yet but if someone has enough bar experience and a keen interest in cocktails and willing to learn, we will provide training. This is a great opportunity to kick start a career in mixology and gain skills that money couldn’t buy.Voodoo lounge cocktail bar is one of the busiest cocktail bars in Ireland at the moment ( we won best sales on cocktails in Ireland last year ) some times we can make up to 200 mojitos in one night, that’s alot of mint… 🙂Applicants can email a cv or if you don’t have a cv drop a line to firstname.lastname@example.org JOB VACANCY: VOODOO LOUNGE LOOKING FOR A COCKTAIL MIXER! was last modified: June 18th, 2014 by StephenShare this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pocket (Opens in new window)Click to share on Telegram (Opens in new window)Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window)Click to share on Skype (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new window) Tags:donegalmixologistVacancyVoodoo Lounge
Join SADAG on mountain bike and trail run races in the Cradle of Humankind to raise funds for its national Suicide Crisis Centre. (Image: Awaken Holidays)To mark World Mental Health Day on 10 October, the South African Depression and Anxiety Group (Sadag) will hold mountain bike and trail run races in the Cradle of Humankind to raise funds for its national Suicide Crisis Centre, which receives over 400 calls a day.Mental health affects the entire family, and the broader community. Other than raising much-needed funds, Sadag’s Moving for Mental Wellness event aims to increase awareness and knowledge of mental illness, and encourage solidarity with those affected.The mountain bike race and trail run, for both individuals and teams, will be held on the grounds of the beautiful Nirox Art Foundation Park near Mogale City in Gauteng. The bike race will be a 12- or 36-kilometre challenge from the park into the Cradle of Humankind. The run will be along a 5- or 15-kilometre trail through the Nirox Foundation grounds. Both begin at 8am on Saturday 10 October.The events will have a lap race format. Corporates are encouraged to enter teams of three into both races. There will also be art exhibitions, food stalls, music and a picnic area for the whole family to enjoy.To register or find out more about the event, go to www.mfmw.co.za, follow @Moving4mw on Twitter, and like the Moving for Mental Wellness page on Facebook.If you would like to sponsor a water stand, goodies or enter your company team, contact Genevieve or Cassey on 011 234 4870.
Share Facebook Twitter Google + LinkedIn Pinterest Ohio cropland varies significantly in its production capabilities and consequently cropland values and cash rents vary widely throughout the state. Generally speaking, western Ohio cropland values and cash rents differ from much of southern and eastern Ohio cropland values and cash rents. This is due to a number of factors including land productivity and potential crop return, the variability of those crop returns, field size and shape, drainage, population density, ease of access, market access, local market prices, potential for wildlife damage, field perimeter characteristics and competition for rented cropland in a region.Western Ohio cropland values and cash rental rates are projected to decrease in 2016 due in large part to continued low to negative profit margin prospects for Ohio’s three major row crops (corn, soybeans and wheat). According to the Western Ohio Cropland Values and Cash Rents Survey, bare cropland values are expected to decrease from 4.8% to 11.1% in 2016 depending on the region and land class. Cash rents are expected to decrease from 5.6% to 7.6% depending on the region and land class.The “Western Ohio Cropland Values and Cash Rents” study was conducted from February through April in 2016. The study is an opinion-based survey designed to poll professionals with a knowledge of Ohio’s cropland values and rental rates. Surveyed groups include professional farm managers, rural appraisers, agricultural lenders, OSU Extension educators, Farm Service Agency personnel, landowners and farmers.One hundred twenty six surveys were completed, analyzed and summarized. Respondents were asked to give responses based on three quality classes of land in their area: “average” land, “top” land and “poor” land. They were asked to estimate long-term average (five years) corn and soybean yields for each land class based on typical farming practices. Survey respondents were asked to estimate current bare cropland values and cash rents negotiated in the current or recent year for each land class. Survey results are summarized for western Ohio. Regional summaries (subsets of western Ohio) are presented for northwest Ohio and southwest Ohio.When interpreting this summary of survey results users should be aware that results will differ widely within a region and it will be useful to consider the ranges that are listed in the tables as one considers how individual parcels may compare. It is also important to stress that land in a given region does not fall neatly into thirds of each land quality class (average, top and poor). There will likely be little acreage in a given county or region that will fall into the “top” land category. Top land will typically be large tracts of land with highly productive soils. “Average” land will typically make up the majority of land in a given region or county while “poor” land will tend to be land with lower productivity soils, steep slopes, poor drainage, or come in smaller tracts (or a combination of these).Western Ohio resultsAverage croplandSurvey results for “average” producing cropland show an average yield to be 169.4 bushels of corn per acre. Results show that the value of “average” cropland in western Ohio was $7,556 per acre in 2015. According to survey data, this “average” producing cropland is expected to be valued at $7,034 per acre in 2016. This is a projected decrease of 6.9%.“Average” cropland rented for an average of $200 per acre in 2015 according to survey results. “Average” cropland is expected to rent for $187 per acre in 2016 which amounts to a 6.5% decrease in cash rent year-over-year. This 2016 rental rate projection of $187 per acre equates to a cash rent of $1.10 per bushel of corn produced. Rents in the “average” cropland category are expected to equal 2.7% of land value in 2016.Top croplandSurvey results indicate that “top” performing cropland in western Ohio averages 204.9 bushels of corn produced per acre. Results also show that the average value of “top” cropland in 2015 was $9,434 per acre. According to this survey, “top” cropland in western Ohio is expected to be valued at $8,853 per acre in 2016. This is a projected decrease of 6.2%.“Top” cropland in western Ohio rented for an average of $254 per acre in 2015 according to survey results. “Top” cropland is expected to rent for $239 per acre in 2016 (a decrease of 6.0%). This equates to a cash rent of $1.16 per bushel of corn produced. Rents in the “top” cropland category are expected to equal 2.7% of land value in 2016.Poor croplandThe survey summary shows the average yield for “poor” performing cropland equals 136.4 bushels of corn per acre. Results also show that the average value of “poor” cropland was $5,949 per acre in 2015. According to survey data this “poor” producing cropland is expected to be valued at $5,465 per acre in 2016. This is a decrease of 8.1%.“Poor” cropland rented for an average of $153 per acre in 2015 according to survey results. Cash Rent for “Poor” cropland is expected to average $141 per acre in 2016 which amounts to a 7.5% decrease in cash rent year over year. This 2016 rent projection of $141 per acre equates to a cash rent of $1.04 per bushel of corn produced in 2016. Rents in the “poor” cropland category are expected to equal 2.6% of land value in 2016.To access the complete summary go to:http://aede.osu.edu/about-us/publications/western-ohio-cropland-values-and-cash-rents-2015-16.
As many as 23 legislators — 22 from the Congress and one from RLD — are expected to take oath as Ministers in the Rajasthan Cabinet formation on Monday.Chief Minister Ashok Gehlot and Deputy Chief Minister Sachin Pilot, who took oath on December 17, returned to the State capital on Sunday after spending three days in New Delhi for a meeting with president Rahul Gandhi and senior party functionaries.The names of Ministers have been finalised by State Congress leaders, including Mr. Gehlot and Mr. Pilot, after rounds of discussion with Mr. Gandhi and other senior leaders, sources said.The swearing-in ceremony is expected to be held in Jaipur at 11.30 a.m. on Monday, they said.Mr. Gandhi intends to focus on a Cabinet with a majority being fresh faces, sources said, adding it would be a blend of the old and new guard and would give an opportunity to those who had not held ministerial portfolios in the past.
Former Bihar Chief Minister Rabri Devi’s claim that Prashant Kishor had met her husband Lalu Prasad as an emissary of Nitish Kumar with the offer of a political realignment drew an angry rebuttal on Saturday from the strategist-turned-politician who challenged the jailed RJD president for a debate, in full media glare, over the episode.Ms. Rabri Devi, who is also the RJD’s national vice-president, stuck to her guns and challenged Mr. Kishor, who now holds the same post in the JD(U), to seek permission from jail authorities in Ranchi and slug it out with her imprisoned husband, who is serving sentences in fodder scam cases.Those convicted or facing charges of abuse of public office and misappropriation of funds are claiming to be the custodians of truth, Mr. Kishor tweeted. In the remaining half of the tweet, he said in Hindi @laluprasadrjd ji may sit with me at a time of his choice. It will be known to all what transpired between us and what offer was made from either side.Mr. Kishor’s outbursts came a day after Ms. Rabri Devi had said here that after having dumped the RJD-Congress combine and returning to the NDA in July 2017, Mr. Kumar had second thoughts and had sent Mr. Kishor five times to the residences allotted to her and, previously, to her younger son Tejashwi Yadav.Ms. Rabri Devi had claimed that Mr. Kishor was sent by Mr. Kumar with the offer that the RJD and the JD(U) merge together and the entity thus formed declare its own Prime Ministerial candidate ahead of the Lok Sabha poll. When asked about Mr. Kishor’s challenge, Ms. Rabri Devi said, “Let him go and have a debate with him (Lalu). Who is stopping him? Let him go, seek necessary permission from the jail authorities and then have his wish fulfilled.” Meanwhile, Tejashwi Yadav questioned the silence of the Chief Minister over the alleged episode. “I do not wish to speak about Prashant Kishor. He was not the active player. Why is Nitish Kumar keeping quiet? If he is sure Lalu ji, my mother and I are not speaking the truth, then he should break his silence. Even the Congress is privy to the proposal mooted by Mr. Kishor,” Mr. Yadav said.
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