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Banks bailed out — themselves

first_imgDetroit, Feb. 1 — When the Troika — the International Monetary Fund, European Commission and European Central Bank — disbursed 226.7 billion euros to Greece between May 2010 and the present, European capitalists and politicians spoke of these funds as if they were a gift to the Greek people. In reality, the funds went almost exclusively to bailing out the banks, provided little benefit to the people and increased Greece’s public debt.Only 27 billion euros, 11 percent of the total, went to Greece’s governmental operating needs. By contrast, 122 billion euros, or more than half the funds, went to debt servicing. Some 81 billion euros were paid in maturing debt obligations and 40 billion euros in interest.  Some 94 billion euros went to replace nonperforming bank loans through new bond exchanges, buybacks and other forms of restructuring — in other words, to make up the losses on worthless bonds issued by the banks. An additional 9.1 billion euros was paid back to the IMF, and 2.3 billion euros were paid in capital to the European Stability Mechanism. (“Where did all the money go?” by Yiannis Mouzakis, tinyurl.com/oxku48g.)Especially significant is that the banks and financial institutions which held the Greek debt before 2010 were essentially paid off and bailed out. As a result, 65 percent of Greek debt was shifted to the public sector, making other eurozone governments now liable for it. Another  20 percent is in the hands of the ECB and IMF.  (“The troika saved banks and creditors — not Greece,” tinyurl.com/kbxvzt9.)This is very similar to the U.S. bank bailout that began in 2008, in which the U.S. Treasury and Federal Reserve bought up several trillion dollars in bad bank debt, particularly mortgage securities, and backed them up with U.S. taxpayer funds through Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac.Wall Street’s role in Greek ‘debt’As a result of the Troika’s “bailout,” Greek government debt has grown from 133 percent of the country’s gross domestic product in 2010 to 174 percent today. (“Six key points about Greek debt and the forthcoming election” by Tim Jones, Senior Policy and Campaigns Officer, Jubilee Debt Campaign, January 2015.)However, the study by Mouzakis, cited above, notes that beginning in 2013 and continuing until today, Greek government revenues have exceeded expenses, with no financing needed to cover state operations.  If Greece did not pay off its debt to the Troika — and through the Troika to the banks and financial institutions — it would be able to maintain its operations and likely increase services to the people, which have been devastated to provide the funds to pay off the banks. Canceling the debt to the banks, instead of hobbling Greece, would likely raise the people’s standard of living.Wall Street played its own role in creating the Greek financial crisis, while profiting from it. In 2001, the investment banking firm Goldman Sachs engineered a deal with Greece that allowed the country to mask its real deficit in order to adopt the euro as its currency.  Goldman Sachs engineered a “derivative” — a cross-currency and interest rate swap — in which it advanced 2.8 billion euros to Greece to eliminate 600 million in euros owed by Greece at the time.By 2005, when Goldman Sachs sold the swap to the National Bank of Greece, the amount owed by Greece had mushroomed to 5.1 billion euros. In addition, Goldman Sachs pocketed a $300 million fee for engineering this deal. (New York Times, Feb. 14, 2010)Goldman Sachs underwrote similar swaps for the city of Detroit, which cost the city $365 million in termination fees on swaps tied to pension obligation certificates, and $537 million on swaps tied to water infrastructure bonds.FacebookTwitterWhatsAppEmailPrintMoreShare thisFacebookTwitterWhatsAppEmailPrintMoreShare thislast_img read more

Jeff Wang and Bill Opel Appointed to PCC Bond Oversight Committee

first_imgEducation Jeff Wang and Bill Opel Appointed to PCC Bond Oversight Committee From STAFF REPORTS Published on Tuesday, September 6, 2016 | 7:27 pm First Heatwave Expected Next Week EVENTS & ENTERTAINMENT | FOOD & DRINK | THE ARTS | REAL ESTATE | HOME & GARDEN | WELLNESS | SOCIAL SCENE | GETAWAYS | PARENTS & KIDS Get our daily Pasadena newspaper in your email box. Free.Get all the latest Pasadena news, more than 10 fresh stories daily, 7 days a week at 7 a.m. Community News Home of the Week: Unique Pasadena Home Located on Madeline Drive, Pasadena More Cool Stuff Make a comment Pasadena Will Allow Vaccinated People to Go Without Masks in Most Settings Starting on Tuesday Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked * Dr. William Opel (Jeff Want not pictured)The Pasadena City College Board of Trustees has appointed La Canada resident Jeff Wang and Pasadena resident Dr. Bill Opel to the Measure P Bond Oversight Committee. Wang was nominated by trustee Dr. Ross Selvidge who represents La Canada, west Altadena and west Pasadena on the Board of Trustees. Opel was nominated by trustee Jim Osterling who represents Northeast Pasadena, East Altadena and Sierra Madre on the Board.Selvidge said that “the Board is delighted that Wang and Opel have agreed to serve the community and college in this important position.” Osterling said that “I would like to thank Dr. Opel for agreeing to step in and complete the work to assure that the remaining funds are spent in accordance with the Bond Issue passed by the voters in 2002. Because of the Oversight Committee’s dedicated service, PCC has demonstrated that it is a good steward of the taxpayers’ funds.” Wang and Opel will serve as two of twelve members of the Committee. The Board of Trustees expressed its gratitude to Anthony Portantino and Felicia Williams whose seats on the Committee Wang and Opel will fill.Since 2006, Wang has served as Treasurer of the City of La Canada Flintridge. He holds degrees in mathematics and business from MIT and UCLA. For the past fifteen years, Wang has been a principal with Kelmar Capital Management LLC, a registered investment advisory firm based in Pasadena.Opel served for 32 years at the Huntington Medical Research Institute retiring in 2014, when he was the President & CEO. A PCC alumnus, Opel is a long-time supporter of PCC and is a board member and Past President of the Pasadena City College Foundation. Dr. Opel has served on numerous charitable and corporate boards over many years.The Oversight Committee was established upon the passage of PCC’s Measure P Bond in 2002. The $150 million facilities bond passed with an overwhelming 70% approval vote. Most of the projects have been completed including PCC’s award-wining Center for the Arts building which now houses PCC’s visual and performing arts programs as well as two performance venues.The Committee is responsible for exercising oversight to ensure that bond proceeds are expended only for allowed purposes. Annual reports to the public are issued documenting the status of the uses of the bond funds. The Committee will continue in existence until the last funds have been spent and the final accounting and audits are completed.center_img Pasadena’s ‘626 Day’ Aims to Celebrate City, Boost Local Economy 2 recommended0 commentsShareShareTweetSharePin it Community News Subscribe Top of the News faithfernandez More » ShareTweetShare on Google+Pin on PinterestSend with WhatsApp,PCC – EducationVirtual Schools PasadenaDarrell Done EducationHomes Solve Community/Gov/Pub SafetyPASADENA EVENTS & ACTIVITIES CALENDARClick here for Movie Showtimes Business News Name (required)  Mail (required) (not be published)  Website  Herbeauty10 Of The Most Notorious Female Spies In HistoryHerbeautyHerbeautyHerbeauty6 Strong Female TV Characters Who Deserve To Have A SpinoffHerbeautyHerbeautyHerbeautyThis Trend Looks Kind Of Cool!HerbeautyHerbeautyHerbeauty5 Things To Avoid If You Want To Have Whiter TeethHerbeautyHerbeautyHerbeautyNerdy Movie Kids Who Look Unrecognizable TodayHerbeautyHerbeautyHerbeauty10 Brutally Honest Reasons Why You’re Still SingleHerbeautyHerbeautylast_img read more

Ecclestons shuts its doors for good

first_imgIt managed to survive two World Wars and several recessions, but 112-year-old Welsh bakery chain Ecclestons Confectioners closed its doors for the last time earlier this month, following the retirement of the company’s owner David Eccleston.The 73-year-old decided to close down the business, which comprises 10 retail shops across Wrexham, Llangollen, Bala, Corwen, Chirk and Oswestry and a bakery in Coedpoeth, after failing to find a buyer and with no one in the family willing to take it on.“My son worked as general manager in the bakery, but he has his own business interests,” Eccleston told the local newspaper. “I also have five daughters, but if I had five sons it is possible one of them might have wanted to take it over. “There is also the fact that, in the present economic climate, people are finding it difficult to borrow money from the banks and it is hard to buy any business, so we are just closing down.”A dozen full-time staff and 30 part-timers have been made redundant.The business was set up in 1898 by David Eccleston’s father Arthur Eccleston and has since been run by four generations of the family.last_img read more

Nancy Wallinger on Why London’s The Play That Goes Wrong Keeps Her Sane

first_imgThe Play That Goes Wrong at the Duchess Theatre contains lots of men behaving badly—or, at least clumsily—but the Olivier-nominated hit comedy owes much of its success to the two women in its cast, starting with Nancy Wallinger as Annie Twilloil, the stage manager who is attempting to keep calm even as everything is quite literally collapsing around her. Broadway.com caught up with the delightful star in the run-up to Sunday’s Olivier ceremony, about which this awards season neophyte was quite rightly very excited.What is it like to be one of two women in a company with so many men?It does seem like we are kind of bloke-heavy, but that’s not an intentional choice. It’s more that the silly slapstick thing was just probably more suited to a lot of guys we know. The two women’s parts are so strong that it never feels like there’s a lack of male characters within the show as we’re performing it; we never feel secondary.You’re one of the few in the play-within-the-play who isn’t playing an actor.That’s right. Annie [Twilloil, her character] isn’t an actress and has never wanted to be an actress. She doesn’t wish to be onstage; she wants to be behind the scenes, which is why she’s chosen to be a stage manager. But what happens, of course, is that she ends up totally in the limelight and then realizes that she absolutely wants to be there and when that gets threatened, she completely flips out. It’s a massive journey to act, which is just so much fun.What is it like getting to interact with the audience before each performance?I have half an hour before anything starts where I get to know the audience as they trickle into the theater, and what’s been interesting. Sometimes you think you know the audience is going to be a certain way and they are or they’re not. It’s taught me that you’re never going to know how a certain group of people are going to react.You’ve done the show more than 600 times—how do you keep up your energy?I think I’m actually one of the people in the cast who gets bored of it the least. It’s such a fantastic show to react with the audience and because we’re a group of improvisers who started off in that world, we’re always looking to play with things that happen in the moment. If someone has a particularly funny laugh, for instance, that will be picked up on, and because it’s a different set of people seeing the show every night, that in itself keeps it fresh.You’re playing a stage manager—were you ever one yourself?Not at all. I did a brief stint producing music videos and was a make-up artist for a while so I’ve been in the crew section of productions but I have never stage managed. But I have heard from a couple of people that they have recognized the character I play so I don’t think she’s too heightened or too drastic; it’s just that she’s completely useless—but very charming hopefully [laughs].What’s especially great about your production is that all the cast seem so genuinely fond of the people they’re playing.I think you have to be if you’re going to play something that much. And when the boys [Jonathan Sayer, Henry Lewis, and Henry Shields] were writing the show, all of the parts were written for the people playing them, so if I wasn’t fond of the part these guys had written for me and that I had developed, I would be a complete idiot.What is it that you most love about Annie?That she’s so naïve at the start and then I love her rage and the fact that I get to smash things up every night. This journey I get to go keeps me very sane—no need for therapy here [laughs]!How do you keep a piece called The Play That Goes Wrong from actually going wrong, given the potential for physical mishaps?We rehearse each scene thoroughly so that if anything hurts even once, you change the choreography; everything is incredibly safe. I did miss the first three months of the tour because I broke my foot doing some off-balance dancing, so when we do get hurt it is dangerous. But mostly, it’s just a lot of bruises, really. You’ve got to be pretty tough to do a show like this because we really do throw our bodies around, the idea being that if it looks safe, then the audience won’t buy it; they won’t laugh.And now you guys are up for an Olivier for Best Comedy: how does that feel?We’d heard a lot of talk about it but nobody expected to get the nomination—it’s absolutely insane, I didn’t believe it at all. I remember us joking about going to the Oliviers but we were really joking and when we found out we had actually been nominated, I cried pretty much for a day and then got completely drunk and cried some more.The nomination is another notch up the ladder for this little show that could!I know, right? We started in a 60-seat pub theater and then the 100-seat Trafalgar Studios and then Edinburgh and then the tour. It just gives you a real faith in theater at the moment and a lot of the people we’ve spoken to graduating from drama school can now see that it is possible to bring a small show to a big place and that if you dream big it will happen, with a lot of luck and the right people.Is the cast busily sorting out their outfits for the big night?We’re not at all flashy people so we don’t know about that kind of world and for all of us to be at an awards ceremony at all is kind of hilarious. I don’t think I’ve ever seen the boys all dolled up and the girls in dresses.The cast is going to start changing later this year. What are your plans?This is our baby and we’ve worked so hard to get here, and we’re shocked by the fact that we are here every day, so I for one don’t intend to leave anytime soon. At the same time, I’m 26 now and you don’t want to be 35 and find that you’re still playing the stage manager you started doing when you were 24. So we’ll see [laughs]. View Commentslast_img read more

Scorpions skipper highlights Sabina drainage

first_img POCKETS OF WATER According to the 34-year-old, who was appointed to lead the team at the start of the season, since preseason, preparation started in August, there had been pockets of water on the surface of the field whenever it rained and this was due to improper drainage. This, he said, was subsequently discussed and it was widely believed that if there were to be heavy rain before or during matches, it could seriously affect the outcome. “There were signs during preseason during preparations that if it rained heavily, there could be problems,” Miller outlined. “It, therefore, comes as little surprise to us that since the Windwards game, there has been lengthy delays whenever there is a downpour. “I don’t know where it has gone wrong, as last year, we had rain and we did not have these sort of long delays.” He continued: “I don’t know if it is the football that has been playing at the ground. I cannot say as I am not a professional in that area.” Meanwhile, the Jamaica Cricket Association, who, along with Kingston Cricket Club, through Sabina Park Holdings, owns the venue, said it was aware that there could be a drainage problem. However, according to O’Neil Cruickshank, the operations manager of the JCA, there has been no official assessment of the problem. “There is an acknowledgement that there could be a problem with the drainage system, but we cannot say what it is as that is a technical matter,” stated Cruickshank. “All we can say is that we have been having delays during games and we have had situations like this before where we have had heavy, heavy showers and in 20 to 30 minutes we are playing.” It was also outlined by Cruickshank that in light of the developments, an assessment report is to be done with plans to address the situation from a technical point of view during upcoming breaks in the season. Play is now scheduled to begin at 9:30 a.m. over the next three days of the match to make up for some of the time lost. Jamaica Scorpions captain Nikita Miller believes play could have taken place on yesterday’s first day of their rain-affected third-round Digicel Regional Four-day Championship fixture against leaders Barbados Pride at Sabina Park if the venue had a better drainage system. Play was called off at approximately 2:30 p.m. when the umpires ruled that the ground was unfit for play due to overnight and early morning rain. However, as was the case in the second-round clash between the Jamaica and Windwards Volcanoes last weekend at the venue, where rain prevented play for most of the first day, many felt that had the venue’s waterdrainage system been working properly, there could have been play. “I think the maintenance of the ground needs some urgent work,” said Miller when asked to assess the premature end to day one. “You cannot do anything about the rain, but what you can do is to get your ground ready, and I don’t think our ground is that ready.”last_img read more

GECOM ready for elections by end of February 2020

first_imgThe Chairperson of the Guyana Elections Commission (GECOM) Justice Claudette Singh has indicted to President David Granger that the entity will be ready for elections by the end of February 2020.This is according to GECOM Commissioner Sase Gunraj.President Granger will now have to announce a date for elections and dissolve parliament.Elections were constitutionally due since March 21, 2019 – following the passage of the no-confidence motion against the government on December 21, 2018.GECOM Chair Retired Justice Claudette Singhlast_img


first_imgThe ribbon is cut on the new Play Zone.Last Friday was a huge day of celebration for what has become Donegal’s fastest growing and most successful school. The staff, Principal, parents and children celebrated the official opening of their new state of the art Play Zone at Gaelscoil Adhamhnain in Letterkenny.” More chocolate on this one please”Máire Nic Charra Uí Dhomhnaill bravely tests the ice-cream on behalf of the Parents’ CommitteeThe occasion was also used to say a fond farewell to much loved ex-Principal Máire Nic Gairbheith Uí Bhaoill whilst extending a warm welcome to new Principal Colm Breathnach. Chair of the Parents’ Committee Ms Amanda Mc Grath used the occasion to pay tribute to Máire Ni Garbheith Uí BhaoilL.She said “Máire has been a shining light and an example to all in the area of education in the County and nationally”.Later Chair of the Board of Management Barbara Uí Chathail extended a warm welcome to Colm Breathnach. Colm who hails from Co Waterford is already well know in the area not just for his contribution to education but also in traditional music circles.If that wasn’t enough he is an accomplished hurler to boot! Colm stated that he is proud and privileged to be the new Principal and very much intends to carry on the good work of his predecessor. When asked what his priorities would be he did confirm his commitment to the Irish language but also revealed that sport, music and a healthy lifestyle for kids were also important. Colm took the opportunity to thank the Parents’ Committee for their support of the school and particularly for their contribution to the new Play Zone.After a thanksgiving Mass celebrated by Fr. Mc Laughlin and to loud applause – and a tear or two – Máire cut a ribbon to officially open the new Play Zone.Not to be outdone it was the children who had the final say as they first enjoyed the new Play Zone and then queued up patiently to have a delicious whipped ice-cream courtesy of the Parents’ Committee.They all seemed to enjoy it but one 6 year old did note… “Could do with more chocolate sprinkles next time”!Former principal Maire is surrounded by pupils as she cuts the ribbon.FREE 99s AS GAELSCOIL ADHAMHNAIN, LETTERKENNY GETS IN THE ZONE! was last modified: October 12th, 2015 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:donegalgaelscoil adhamhnainletterkennylast_img read more

Archaeologists Discover Biblical Pool of Siloam

first_imgMSNBC News reports that a team of archaeologists working in an Arab portion of Jerusalem believe they have located the pool of Siloam, where according to the Gospel of John, ch. 9, Jesus healed a blind man.    In other archaeology news, MSNBC also reported that the Israeli Antiquities Authority is calling an alabaster pomegranate alleged to be a relic of Solomon’s temple a forgery, as well as the acclaimed James ossuary that mentions the name of Jesus.  Biblical Archaeology Review magazine, however, is standing by its claim for the authenticity of the ossuary, accusing the IAA of unscientific analysis and bias.Debates will continue about the ossuary, the Jehoash inscription and some other artifacts, but many objects and sites mentioned in the Bible are corroborated by the archaeologist’s spade.  Unlike holy books of man-made religions, the Bible speaks of real places, events, and people.  As such, it is open to historical investigation: in fact, it encourages the honest seeking for the truth.(Visited 11 times, 1 visits today)FacebookTwitterPinterestSave分享0last_img read more

Sing a song for Madiba

first_imgStory by Bhekumuzi MdakaneSouth African’s from all walks of life will also be joining in.The song is one that is really easy to learn:“Happy birthday to you “Happy birthday to you “Happy birthday dear Madiba“Happy birthday to you“We love you Tata“We love you Tata“We love you dear Madiba“Happy birthday to you”Musicians Danny K and Kabelo will lead the singing.The event, an initiative of the Department of Basic Education, LEAD SA and the Shout Foundation, is supported by Brand South Africa as well as the Nelson Mandela Foundation, and Proudly SA.Other artists and celebrities taking part include the Bala Brothers, Yvonne Chaka Chaka, the Drakensberg Boys Choir, Baby Jake Matlala, comedian Joey Rasdien, TV presenter Leanne Manas, and Miss South Africa 2011, Melinda Bam.International Mandela Day is celebrated each year on Mandela’s birthday, 18 July.On the day, individuals and organisations are called on to do something that is “of service to one’s fellow human”.According to the Mandela Day website, the aim of the day is “to inspire individuals to take action to help change the world for the better and, in doing so, build a global movement for good”.This year, the Department of Education and Lead SA hope to bag a place in the Guinness Book of Records with more than two million South Africans singing the birthday song on Mandela’s special day.At almost 94 Madiba may be frail, but his legacy of selfless service to humanity is strong and his spirited fight for a world of freedom and racial equality continues.And in return South Africa will sing him a birthday song which, it is hoped, will not only break a world record but will inspire the people of South Africa to unite and work as one for the greater good.Source: City of Johannesburglast_img read more

2016 Ohio State Fair Jr. Dairy Show results

first_imgShare Facebook Twitter Google + LinkedIn Pinterest AyrshireTotal animals shown: 45 Exhibitors: 31YRP Junior Champion Exhibitor: Ryan Schmecal Animal: Duncan Double Sire: Whammy MargaritaYRP Reserve Junior Champion Exhibitor: Ashley Hawvermale Animal: Hawver-Crest B A Star-ET Sire: Palmyra Bending Berkely-ETYRP Grand Champion Exhibitor: Trevor Greiwe Animal: Mill Valley Milkman Sire: CinnabonYRP Reserve Grand Champion Exhibitor: Lane Greiwe Animal: Mill Valley Supreme Sire: TrixieSenior Showmanship (15 & over) 1st – Becca Vales 2nd – Trevor Greiwe 3rd – Brennan Topp 4th – Sara Wolf 5th – Keaton ToppIntermediate Showmanship (12-14) 1st – Marissa Topp 2nd – Ashley Hawvermale 3rd – Kindley Topp 4th – Lane Greiwe 5th – Ryan SchmechelJunior Showmanship (11 & under) 1st – Kelly Hawvermale 2nd – Logan Topp 3rd – Madeline Heading 4th – Levi Rehmert 5th – Adam WolfMilking ShorthornYRP Junior Champion Exhibitor: Sarah Rhoades Animal: Buckeye Knoll Logic Precious Sire: GMC Rebel LogicYRP Reserve Junior Champion Exhibitor: Lilyin Specht Animal: SMS Willows Sweet Cheek Sire: Hard Core Showtime RoscoYRP Grand Champion Exhibitor: Aubree Topp Animal: Toppview Liriano Exp Sire: LirianoYRP Reserve Grand Champion Exhibitor: Hannah Rhodes Animal: Buckeye Knoll Pattycake E Sire: Mysha Wo Robin Nitro EXPSenior Showmanship (15 & over) 1st – Hannah RhoadesIntermediate Showmanship (12-14) 1st – Sam RhoadesJunior Showmanship (11 & under) 1st – Lilyin SpechtHolsteinSenior Showmanship (15 & over) 1st – Brandon Sugg 2nd – Luke Steinke 3rd – Victoria Deam 4th – Brennan Topp 5th – Keaton ToppIntermediate Showmanship (12-14) 1st – Marissa Topp 2nd – Kinley Topp 3rd – Tim Gunkleman 4th – Logan Schlauch 5th – Madelyn ToppJunior Showmanship (11 & under) 1st – Olivia Finke 2nd – Emily Deam 3rd – Kelly Hovermale 4th – Logan Topp 5th – Maggie MatthewsYRP Junior Champion Exhibitor: Marissa Topp Animal: Topp-Glenn Awesome Wildflower Sire: Luck-E Absolute Awesome-YRP Reserve Junior Champion Exhibitor: Kris Ackley Animal: Ms Brookview Scaredycat Sire: Butz-Butler Atwood Brady-Intermediate Holstein Champion Exhibitor: Kris Ackley Animal: Wildina Atwood Cindy Sire: Maple Downs-I GW AtwoodReserve Intermediate Holstein Champion Exhibitor: Madelyn Topp Animal: Diamond Oak Butze FloraSenior Holstein Champion Exhibitor: Olivia Finke Animal: Highlight Titan Beauty Sire: Highlight Dundee TitanReserve Senior Holstein Champion Exhibitor: Madelyn Topp Animal: Balmoral Lars AurianYRP Grand Champion Exhibitor: Olivia Finke Animal: Highlight Titan Beauty Sire: Highlight Dundee TitanYRP Reserve Grand Champion Exhibitor: Madelyn Topp Animal: Balmoral Lars AurianRed and WhiteSenior Showmanship (15 & over) 1st – Korey Oechsle 2nd – Becca Vales 3rd – Eliza Days 4th – David Miley 5th – Kiersten SuggIntermediate Showmanship (12-14) 1st – Madelyn Topp 2nd – Ally Cupps 3rd – Cora Gunkelmen 4th – Logan Schlauch 5th – Clay GunkelmenJunior Showmanship (11 & under) 1st – Elaina Lahmers 2nd – Lillian Finke 3rd – Wyatt SchlauchYRP Intermediate Champion Exhibitor: Madelyn Topp Animal: Willolea-CW Sapphire Sire: KHW Kite Advent-Red-YRP Reserve Intermediate Champion Exhibitor: Cora Gunkelman Animal: Do-Ra-Me Contender Rita Sire: ContenderYRP Senior Champion Exhibitor: Olivia Finke Animal: Oakvale Advent Cinnabar Sire: AdventYRP Senior Reserve Champion Exhibitor: Madelyn Topp Animal: Balmoral Lars AurianYRP Grand Champion Exhibitor: Olivia Finke Animal: Oakvale Advent Cinnabar Sire: AdventYRP Reserve Grand Champion Exhibitor: Madelyn Topp Animal: Balmoral Lars AurianBrown SwissYRP Junior Champion Exhibitor: William Hughes Animal: Top Acres Braiden Winzit-ET Sire: Blessings Tex BraidenYRP Reserve Junior Champion Exhibitor: Lauren Lamoreaux Animal: LaRainbow Sweet London Sire: LaRainbow Sweet BrutusYRP Senior Champion Exhibitor: Madelyn Topp Animal: R Hart Angilo Sire: R Hart Wonder AngiloYRP Senior Reserve Champion Exhibitor: Madelyn Topp Animal: Unrast EmergencyYRP Grand Champion Exhibitor: Madelyn Topp Animal: R Hart Angilo Sire: R Hart Wonder AngiloYRP Reserve Grand Champion Exhibitor: Madelyn Topp Animal: Unrast EmergencySenior Showmanship (15 & over) 1st – Will Hughes 2nd – Shem Pond 3rd – Russell Alden 4th – Alexis Smith 5th – Kennedy MillerIntermediate Showmanship (12-14) 1st – Kinley Topp 2nd – Madelyn Topp 3rd – Logan Schlaugh 4th – Lizzie Howman 5th – Victoria LahmersJunior Showmanship (11 & under) 1st – Aubree Topp 2nd – Lauren Lamoraux 3rd – Aimee Hughes 4th – Rylee Shockey 5th – Elaina LahmersGuernseyYRP Junior Champion Exhibitor: Tyler Dehan Animal: Langencrest Sire: Cordell MaryYRP Reserve Junior Champion Exhibitor: Becca Vales Animal: Spring Hill Sire: Jaguar MariaYRP Senior Champion Exhibitor: Alex Richardson Animal: Knapps HP MB Sire: Prada TammeyYRP Reserve Senior Champion Exhibitor: Kristin Plocher Animal: Foremost Jackpot Sire: DharmaYRP Grand Champion Exhibitor: Alex Richardson Animal: Knapps HP MB Sire: Prada TammeyYRP Reserve Grand Champion Exhibitor: Kristin Plocher Animal: Foremost Jackpot Sire: DharmaSenior Showmanship (15 & over) 1st – Kristen Plocher 2nd – Beca Vales 3rd – Deanna Langenkamp 4th – Emily Langenkamp 5th – Kate ShermanIntermediate Showmanship (12-14) 1st – Keenan Wolf 2nd – Tyler Dehan 3rd – Sammy Plocher 4th – Drew Walker 5th – Derek BurnsJunior Showmanship (11 & under) 1st – Logan Dehan 2nd – Lucas Dudte 3rd – Juliane Headings 4th – Abigayle Dicke 5th – Kyle PolkJerseySenior Showmanship (15 & over) 1st – Lee Hesler 2nd – Trevor Greiwe 3rd – Duncas Hesler 4th – Kodey Starkey 5th – Maggie CarrIntermediate Showmanship (12-14) 1st – Rachel Anderson 2nd – Jeremy Zregler 3rd – Kinley Topp 4th – Lane Greiwe 5th – Collin HeslerJunior Showmanship (11 & under) 1st – Jade Laux 2nd – McKinzie Dotson 3rd – Sam Hoewischer 4th – Kelley Hawvermale 5th – Collin HeslerYRP Junior Champion Exhibitor: Trevor Greiwe Animal: DKG Judges Verdict Showcase Sire: River Valley Judges VerdictYRP Reserve Junior Champion Exhibitor: Kelly Hawvermale Animal: Lake-Point Vixens Vivienne Sire: Hwarden Impuls PremierYRP Senior Champion Exhibitor: Keaton Topp Animal: Topp View Lowes GP Debute Sire: Rapid Bay Grand Prix ETYRP Reserve Senior Champion Exhibitor: Trevor Greiwe Animal: DKG Grayern Spirit Sire: Budyon Val Jada GrayernYRP Grand Champion Exhibitor: Keaton Topp Animal: Topp View Lowes GP Debute Sire: Rapid Bay Grand Prix ETYRP Reserve Grand Champion Exhibitor: Trevor Greiwe Animal: DKG Grayern Spirit Sire: Budyon Val Jada Grayern Riley Shockey of West Salem talking to the judge during Brown Swiss Showmanship Emily McGovern leads the charge in the Brown Swiss spring heifer class Tyler Kress of West Milton posing with his Brown Swiss Heifer Drew Walker from Baltimore with his Guernsey Jersey exhibitors Joelle Ziegler with her Jersey Julianne Headings, from Plain City, with her Guernsey Samantha Plocher, Mahoning County, with her Guernsey Trever Griewe, from Logan County with his Jerseylast_img read 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