(Photo Supplied/bgcsjc.org) Area foster kids and their families are invited to a special event in St. Joseph County this week.Foster the Fun is the first project for The Keystone Club, which is a leadership group of teens from the Boys & Girls Clubs of St. Joseph County.The event was created as an opportunity for kids to connect with a night of music, dancing, food, games and prizes.The free event will be held on Friday, April 9, from 5:30 to 8:30 p.m., at the O.C. Carmichael Jr. Youth Center on Sample Street in South Bend.Kids ages nine to 18 who are in foster care are welcome to attend, along with their families.Masks are required and COVID safety precautions will be in place.You can register for the event by clicking here. Area Boys & Girls Club to host free event for foster kids IndianaLocalNewsSouth Bend Market Facebook Twitter Twitter Google+ WhatsApp WhatsApp Facebook Previous articlePurdue University releases 2021 commencement ceremony detailsNext articleName of recent Lake Michigan pier drowning victim released Brooklyne Beatty By Brooklyne Beatty – April 5, 2021 0 222 Pinterest Pinterest Google+ TAGSboys and girls clubFoster the FunfreeIndianaSouth BendSt. Joseph CountyThe Keystone Club
Today, Warren Haynes announced a huge return to the legendary Red Rocks Amphitheatre on Friday, September 14th, with a new pairing of a three-set super show. Warren Haynes will open the show with a solo set followed by a set from Gov’t Mule; the night culminates with the only “Dark Side of The Mule” performance west of the Mississippi. “Dark Side of The Mule” is an audio and visual spectacular which will see Gov’t Mule performing some of Pink Floyd‘s most iconic and beloved songs—a perfect pairing for the stunning setting of Red Rocks.Pre-sale begins Wednesday, May 30th 10 a.m. MT with VIP packages also available, which include a photo opportunity with Gov’t Mule, a pre-show backstage tour of Red Rocks Amphitheatre, access to sound check, a limited-edition poster, and more. General on-sale begins Friday, June 1st, at 10 a.m. MT. Please visit Gov’t Mule’s website for ticketing details.Last week, Gov’t Mule extended their 2018 summer tour, where they will be joined by The Magpie Salute, Lukas Nelson & Promise Of The Real, Robert Randolph & The Family Band, as well as a selection of dates with The Avett Brothers and The Magpie Salute performing “Dark Side Of The Mule”.Gov’t Mule Summer Tour 2018 DatesJune 2 – Atlanta, GA @ Candler Park FestJune 29 – Torgau, DE @ KulturbastionJune 30 – Utrecht, NL @ TivoliVredenburgJuly 1 – Maidstone, UK @ Ramblin’ Man FairJuly 12 – Wantagh, NY – Northwell Health at Jones Beach Theater %July 13 – Holmdel, NJ – PNC Bank Arts Center %July 14 – Mansfield, MA – Xfinity Center %July 21-22 – Scranton, PA @ Peach Music FestivalJuly 24 – Lewiston, NY @ ArtparkJuly 25 – Selbyville, DE @ The Freeman Stage at BaysideJuly 26 – Floyd, VA @ Floyd FestJuly 28 – Jay, VT @ Jay Peak**August 4 – Notodden, NO @ Notodden Blues FestivalAugust 17 – CMCU Amphitheater – Charlotte, NC*August 18 – Volvo Car Stadium – Charleston, SC*August 19 – The Woods Amphitheater – Whites Creek, TN*August 21 – Rose Music Center – Huber Heights, OH*August 23 – Noblesville, IN – Ruoff Home Mortgage Music Center %August 24 – Tinley Park, IL – Hollywood Casino Amphitheatre %August 25 – Clarkston, MI – DTE Energy Music Theatre %August 26 – Brenton Plaza – Des Moines, IA*August 28 – Vetter Stone Amphitheater – Mankato, MN*August 29 – SumTur – Papillion, NE*August 31 – Snow Park Outdoor Amphitheater – Park City, UT*September 1 – Missoula, MT @ Big Sky Brewery*September 2 – Sun Valley Pavillion – Sun Valley, ID^September 4 – Vancouver, BC @ Commodore BallroomSeptember 5 – Portland, OR @ Roseland TheaterSeptember 6 – Seattle, WA @ Moore TheatreSeptember 7 – Eugene, OR @ McDonald TheatreSeptember 8 – Oakland, VA @ Fox TheaterSeptember 11 – Los Angeles, CA @ The WilternSeptember 12 – Phoenix, AZ @ The Van BurenSeptember 14 – Morrison, CO @ Red RocksSeptember 16 – Telluride, CO @ Telluride Blues & BrewsSeptember 18 – Tulsa, OK @ Cain’s BallroomSeptember 19 – Austin, TX @ ACL Live at the Moody TheaterSeptember 20 – Dallas, TX @ House of BluesSeptember 21 – Houston, TX @ White Oak Music HallSeptember 23 – Louisville, KY @ Bourbon & Beyond*with Magpie Salute^with Lukas Nelson & Promis of the Real% “Dark Side of the Mule” co-headlining w/ The Avett Brothers; support from Magpie SaluteView Summer Tour Dates
Joseph E Sohmer, 36, of Dillsboro, Indiana, passed away Friday February 15, 2019 in Florence, Kentucky.He was born December 12, 1982 in Lawrenceburg, Indiana son of Paul Sohmer and Donna (Langen) Plageman.He worked as a Blender for Valvoline, with over 15 years of service.Joe was a 2001 South Dearborn High School graduate, and was on the wrestling team.Joe was an avid Reds Baseball fan, a low rider car enthusiast and he was a Simpsons fan. Joe loved being a wonderful father, son and husband. He had a heart of gold and was a friend to everyone.Joseph is survived by his parents, Paul (Cathy Kelly) Sohmer of Aurora, IN., and Donna (Paul) Plageman of Western Hills, OH., loving fiance, Kelli Herlinger of Lawrenceburg, IN.; daughter, Coraline Von Sohmer; maternal grandmother, Lucille Langen of Deer Park, OH; brothers, Robert (Niki) Sohmer of Dillsboro, IN, Thomas (Michele) Sohmer of Moores Hill, IN, and Michael (Liana) Sohmer of Dillsboro, IN; nieces and nephews, Jace & Sean Sohmer, Garrett, Abbigale & Nathan Sohmer and Evan Sohmer.He was preceded in death by grandparents, John & Rita Sohmer, grandfather, Donald Langen.Friends will be received Wednesday, February 20, 2019, 5:00 pm – 8:00 pm at the Rullman Hunger Funeral Home, 219 Mechanic Street, Aurora, Indiana.Mass of Christian burial will be held at St. Mary’s Catholic Church, 203 Fourth Street, Thursday February 21, 2019 at 11:00 am with Father Stephen Donahue officiating.Interment will be in the Oakdale, Cemetery in Dillsboro, Indiana.Contributions may be made to the Coraline Education Fun. If unable to attend services, please call the funeral home office at (812) 926-1450 and we will notify the family of your donation with a card.
SUBSCRIBE TO US WATCH US LIVE LIVE TV Whether college football players play a lot in the fall, a little in the spring or not all over the next 10 moths, some athletic administrators want to give them a mulligan on the 2020-21 season.The NCAA Division I Council meets Wednesday with two important issues on the agenda:— What will happen with the eligibility of fall sports athletes heading into an uncertain season already impacted by the pandemic?— Should the NCAA stage fall sports championship events in the spring now that most of Division I has punted on trying to play sports in the first portion of the school year?The Council’s job is to make a recommendation the NCAA Board of Governors can vote on when it meets Friday.“I think the most forgiving, flexible plan would be the best,” Oklahoma athletic director Joe Castiglione said of the first question.The council already made one recommendation last week. A year of eligibility and an additional season of competition would be granted to fall sport athletes who opt out of this coming season because of COVID-19 concerns or if they participate in 50% or less of the maximum number of competitions allowed by NCAA rules.For a football player that would be half or fewer of 12 regular-season games. Most of the Division I teams still hoping to play this fall have fewer than 12 games scheduled. Meanwhile, four FBS conferences and all of FCS have said they won’t play in the fall and instead try to have a spring football season.Not a single game is guaranteed because of the pandemic, and athletes are wondering what should they do?“For me and my parents one of the things we’re focusing on is eligibility,” said Stanford defensive back Joshua Drayden, who is part of the players’ rights group We Are United. “We’re just trying to weigh all of our options. Same for a lot of athletes around the Pac-12 and the nation.”Because of the uncertainty and so many variables, West Virginia athletic director Shane Lyons, who is part of the DI Council, would like to allow athletes in all fall sports to get an extra year of eligibility and competition, regardless of how much they play and when.“We talk about the student-athlete experience and definitely the season’s going to be different. With crowd sizes, the number of competitions,” said Lyons, who is also head of the NCAA’s football oversight committee. “Why charge these student-athletes with a year of eligibility? That’s one thing they don’t have to worry about.”As Lyons and others in college sports describe it, the problem for athletes is not just weighing whether to opt out or in at the start of the season.There is concern a season filled with disruptions will have players who opted in reversing course before reaching the minimum number of games that would burn a year of eligibility. It also could tempt coaches to hold back players they normally would have played in order to gain that extra year.Lyons said protecting eligibility for all fall athletes “seems to be getting momentum” among athletic administrators.Ted Gumbart, commissioner of the Atlantic Sun — which does not sponsor football — said his conference is in favor of raising the percentage of games an athlete would be permitted to play and still get the year of eligibility back.“My understanding is there will be some discussion about 75%,” said Gumbart, who is also a member of the Council.“There is going to be a solid argument made in favor of saying, this should be a freebie,” he added.Calling 2020 a free year for fall sport athletes would mimic what the NCAA did after the spring sports season was canceled by COVID-19 in March. Athletes were guaranteed a make-good on the eligibility, but not guaranteed a scholarship. That would be left up to the school.The NCAA waived scholarship limits and roster size restrictions in spring sports where necessary to allow for the extra players, but only for this coming season.The same would have to be done for fall sports. Instead of setting a new cap for football scholarships (85 in FBS and 63 in FCS), the sixth-year seniors would not count against the cap next year.“How does everybody says it’s fair around the country when one team has 22 seniors that come back and one team has eight seniors that come back?” Cincinnati coach Luke Fickell said. “I don’t know there’s going to be any one way that will be fair.”As for fall championships possibly being held in the spring, Lyons said fields are likely to be cut by as much as 75%, bringing 64-team brackets to 16.The limited space means conferences big and small could decide holding NCAA championships in sports such as soccer, women’s volleyball and FCS football might not be worth it.“Access to championships is really important,” Missouri Valley Football Conference Commissioner Patty Viverito said. “We’re going to continue to advocate for as robust an opportunity as we can get in the spring.”Image credits: AP First Published: 18th August, 2020 12:46 IST Written By Associated Press Television News Last Updated: 18th August, 2020 12:46 IST Mulligan: Extra Year Of NCAA Eligibility For Fall Athletes? 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Source: BBC France got their Euro 2020 qualifying campaign back on track with an easy win in Andorra to move top of Group H.Manager Didier Deschamps made seven changes to the team that lost in Turkey and was rewarded with a dominant display.Goals from Kylian Mbappe, Wissam Ben Yedder, Florian Thauvin set them on their way with Kurt Zouma rounding off the scoring.The world champions leapfrog Turkey, who lost 2-1 in Iceland.France now have nine points from their four games to top Group H on goal difference from Turkey and Iceland.Their next qualifier is on Saturday 7 September against Albania at home.Germany smashed eight past Estonia to keep the pressure on Northern Ireland in Euro 2020 qualifying.Marco Reus (left ) and Leroy Sane (right) both scored in Mainz (Image credit: Getty Images)Marco Reus gave them a 10th-minute lead in Mainz with Leroy Sane setting up Serge Gnabry for a second.Leon Goretzka headed in, Ilkay Gundogan scored a penalty and Reus curled in a free-kick to make it 5-0 at half-time.Gnabry and Timo Werner then scored before a late eighth from Gundogan’s Manchester City team-mate Sane, who also had two goals disallowed.Germany have won their opening three qualifiers, but remain three points behind Northern Ireland, who beat Belarus 1-0 to make it four wins from four.They meet on Monday, 9 September in Belfast. Group rivals the Netherlands were not in action as they were playing in the Nations League finals.