Secretary of State Deb Markowitz announced today that the Redstone offices of the Vermont State Archives and Records Administration (VSARA) will be moving to the record center on Route 2 in Middlesex. The move, which will occur during the week of March 9th, is part of an ongoing effort to consolidate and improve the services of VSARA. Last year the legislature passed a law that transferred the functions of the Public Records Division to the Archives Division of the Secretary of State s Office, said Markowitz. This creates a single, professional voice for advising agencies on the management of their records from point of creation to final disposition, thus increasing efficiency and improving service.During this transition, some disruption in services is anticipated. On March 9th and 10th, limited notary and administrative procedure act services will be available at Redstone, but the reference room will be closed. The Middlesex vital records services will be open on a limited basis on the 9th and 10th. Both operations will be closed from Wednesday, March 11th until Monday, March 16th. Certain records, including legislative committee, gubernatorial, surveyor general, and Manuscript Vermont State Papers records will remain at Redstone until new vault facilities are completed at Middlesex. These records are available for review by appointment only by calling (802) 828-2308.For more information about the services provided by the Vermont State Archives and Records Administration, visit our website at http://vermont-archives.org/(link is external)Source: Vermont Secretary of State
Pune: Indian Super League (ISL) champions Bengaluru FC announced on Monday that its expansion of BFC Football Schools had reached Pune, in Maharashtra, where it will soon be functional in two new centres. The new programme, which will be in association with Sports Excel, will be for boys and girls between eight and fourteen years of age at Vidya Bhavan School in Model Colony, Shivajinagar, and for girls between eight and sixteen years of age at The Bishop’s Co-Education School, Undri. “We are delighted to tie up with Sports Excel because they are a brand that understands football coaching and professionalism. We saw a good turnout in Gujarat for our first BFC Schools centre outside Karnataka, and Pune was always on our radar. We want to give children in the golden age, the U8s, U10s and U12s, the opportunity to play football in a professional environment and a clear pathway to the Bengaluru FC youth academy. We’re looking to reach out to more schools within Pune, and hopefully also to other states in the future,” said club CEO Mandar Tamhane. IANSAlso Read: Bengaluru FC To Start Football School In Ahmedabad
While Jennings ended his collegiate career on the gridiron with 54 catches for 917 yards and 13 touchdowns, it was another sport that he shares with his future quarterback, Russell Wilson.Wilson, who congratulated Jennings via Twitter, was also Jennings’ youth basketball coach alongside his father. Related News “What’s crazy is how God works!,” Wilson wrote. “From my dad and I coaching you and my sister [Anna Wilson] in basketball when y’all were young and us all going to the same school together to now!”What a blessing!”Gary!!! @_Gman12What’s crazy is how God works! From my dad and I coaching you and my sister @a_willy03 in basketball when y’all were young and us all going to the same school together to now!What a blessing! #GoHawks 🙏🏾 https://t.co/Z81ZfTTJ2O— Russell Wilson (@DangeRussWilson) April 27, 2019Jennings responded saying, “God is good!!”God is good!! https://t.co/T9Qukhcdtr— Gary Jennings (@_gman12) April 27, 2019Shortly after Jennings walked across the draft stage, he hopped on a conference call to detail their relationship.”I went to Collegiate K through 8, and he was in high school at the time,” Jennings said, via ESPN. “It was a K-through-12 school. Growing up in that school, I used to see him play quarterback. He was an amazing quarterback back in the day. I saw him run back and forth across the field, and someone was always wide open. They basically won state every year he was there.” Seahawks’ Doug Baldwin’s career may be over due to injuries, report says Jennings estimated he was in fourth grade when he played on the team featuring the Wilson family.”He was a scrapper,” Jennings said of Russell Wilson. “I was young at the time. He was a great basketball coach.”It was YMCA, so I don’t know if it was that competitive. We couldn’t even press, I don’t think. It was cool because he was a star player at the school, and he had a chance to be able to coach.” NFL Draft 2019: D.K. Metcalf drafted by Seahawks at No. 64 after fall from first round The NFL Draft is full of heartwarming stories and inspiring relationships. But, one unique connection came out of the Seahawks’ fourth-round pick Saturday.Seattle selected Gary Jennings, a wide receiver out of West Virginia, with the No. 120 overall pick.