“This is really about thanking our community for supporting all the people who are keeping us going,” said Terri Kane of Card My Yard, the sign company. ROCHESTER, NY — Brighton Volunteer Ambulance (BVA) often receives notes of appreciation from patients or their families after they transport them to the hospital. In this instance, BVA got a different kind of note, courtesy of a local doctor, that was not a patient. “It’s phenomenal,” said Dennis Mietz, president of Brighton Volunteer Ambulance. “To see somebody in the community recognizing what we do is a great feeling.” Dr. Bryce Yerman, M.D., a emergency physcian at University of Rochester Medical Center – Strong Memorial Hospital in Rochester NY wanted to say thank you to local First Responders. He had this sign erected in front of Brighton Volunteer Ambulance (NY) to get his message across. “It’s not just the doctors. It’s also the first responders here and across Monroe County,” he thought. He wanted them to know just how much they’re appreciated. “We’re very proud of the EMTs and the services they’re providing. They’re on the front lines, in the trenches.” Brighton Volunteer Ambulance EMT’s in the photo are (L to R) Angela Daley and Polymnia Triantafilou. (Photo/Michael E. Pollock, BVA) Dr. Bryce Yermen, MD, a Brighton town resident and an emergency physician at the University of Rochester – Strong Memorial Hospital got the idea after he saw a “thank you” sign put up for a local doctor by an out-of-state doctor thanking him for his service during the coronavirus pandemic.
CSKA 1948 reached its first victory in the elite of Bulgaria after beating Montana 2-0 at the National Stadium “Vasil Levski”. Both goals for the “reds” were the work of Galin Ivanov. The former Slavia player scored his first goal for CSKA 1948 in the 30th minute, and minutes before the end he doubled the lead of the hosts.The match did not offer any interesting situations, as the guests from Montana managed to make only 1 accurate and 6 inaccurate shots on the door of Daniel Naumov.The first minutes of the match were quite equal, as there was no danger in front of either door. In the 13th minute Daniel Naumov failed to box the ball well and it reached Stefan Tsonkov, who, however, with a strong shot sent it over the door.In the 30th minute Galin Ivanov brought the hosts ahead in the result. A mistake by Dimitar Iliev just behind the center allowed Serkan Ussein to bring out Ivanov, who with a great performance gave an advance to CSKA 1948.In the 52nd minute Alexander Bashliev shot from over 30 meters, but his shot went well over the door of Daniel Naumov. Ten minutes later, goal scorer №2 in the elite Martin Kamburov failed to overcome Blagoy Makenjiev, shooting right in his body.In the 88th minute a double pass between Denislav Alexandrov and Galin Ivanov ended with a second goal by Ivanov in the door of Makenjiev. The 32-year-old football player dribbled between three Montana players, overcoming Makenjiev for 2: 0.CSKA 1948 – Montana 2: 0 (1: 0 33. Galin Ivanov 30 ‘, 22: 0 33. Galin Ivanov 88’)Yellow cards: Ventsislav Vassilev, Ivaylo Klimentov, Lazar Marin, Alexander Alexandrov (C)Starting lineups:CSKA 1948: 29. Daniel Naumov, 21. Ventsislav Vassilev, 87. Simeon Petrov, 24. Lazar Marin, 25. Alexander Alexandrov, 26. Serkan Ussein, 8. Ivaylo Klimentov, 10. Vasil Shopov (46 ’20. Angel Bastunov), 33 Galin Ivanov, 17. Daniel Mladenov (72 ’70. Georgi Rusev), 9. Martin KamburovReserves: 1. Dimitar Todorov, 11. Denislav Alexandrov, 20. Angel Bastunov, 70. Georgi Rusev, 30. Dimo Atanasov, 7. Mario Topuzov, 5. Mikhail MinkovMontana: 30. Blagoy Makenjiev, 25. Alexander Bashliev, 33. Stefan Tsonkov, 13. Yordan Yordanov, 10. Vladimir Aitov, 20. Dimitar Iliev, 6. Yanko Angelov, 23. Sergey Georgiev (68 ‘9. Bilal Bari), 8. Toni Tasev, 16. Nikolay Tsvetkov, 11. Nikolay Minkov (77 ‘7. Ivelin Iliev)Reserves: 1. Marin Orlinov, 15. Preslav M. Petrov, 7. Ivelin Iliev, 5. Ryan Senhaji, 22. Stefan Kamenov, 9. Bilal Bari, 2. Valeri HristovThe response:Nikola Spasov: Galin Ivanov’s individual class made the differenceKrassimir Balakov: Clash with Levski is the sweetest match
Dear Editor,The Indian Action Committee (IAC) rejects any attempt to instigate a racially charged atmosphere regarding the current stalemate over the selection of the Chairman of the Guyana Elections Commission (GECOM).We urge groups and persons to refrain from engaging in race hate and polarising campaigns to support their respective positions. This will not help the cause of national unity, nor will it allow an environment for meaningful dialogue.Our ethnic relations situation is too fragile for any extreme, irresponsible and reckless behaviour and statements. We call on civil society, political leaders, the media and the international community to reject and rebuff any effort at instigation and making inflammatory statements.This type of behaviour once again necessitates the urgent establishment of the Ethnic Relations Commission.The IAC urges responsible statements and conduct, and absolute respect for the Constitution and due process in our land.Yours sincerely,Indian ActionCommittee