Honorable Mention: Maria Bulanova, Vanderbilt; Jackie Evans, Monmouth; Kristin Quah, Vanderbilt; Stephanie Schwartz, Stephen F. Austin; Leah Glazer, Arkansas State. November 2017 Bowler of the Month – Jordan Richard, Arkansas State – Sr. – Tecumseh, Mich.Richard started November on a high note, helping pace the Red Wolves to a third-place team finish at the Track Kat Klash in Houston, finishing behind national powerhouses Nebraska and reigning national champion McKendree. She finished third in the individual standings for the event with a 216.6 overall average with a total pinfall of 1,083 while earning the 14th all-tournament distinction of her career. The Red Wolves competed in Sam Houston State’s Track Kat Klash and Wisconsin-Whitewater’s Warhawk Classic in the month of November, earning a third-place team finish and top team finish, respectively. The senior standout added another all-tournament honor to her name at the Warhawk Classic to bring her total to 15 – one shy of the program record. At the event in Kenosha, Wisc., A-State finished first as a team ahead of Nebraska, 2017 Southland champion Vanderbilt and McKendree. Richard also finished third individually with a total pinfall of 1,144 and a 228.8 average through five games. A-State next hosts its Mid-Winter Invitational in Jonesboro from Jan. 12 to 14, 2018. FRISCO, Texas – Arkansas State senior Jordan Richard is the Southland Bowling League November Bowler of the Month, the league announced Wednesday. Southland monthly awards are presented by UniversalCoin.com. Southland Bowlers of the Month are voted upon by the league’s sports information directors. Voting for one’s own bowler is not permitted. To receive honorable mention, a player must appear on 25 percent of ballots.
Major progress has been made on x-ray facilities at community hospitals across Donegal.The update follows representations made by Deputy Pat the Cope Gallagher.Construction work on the new x-ray facility at Killybegs hospital is now complete. In Donegal Town, x-ray equipment has now been removed, with patient appointments transferred to Killybegs X-ray.Construction tenders are being assessed with construction works due to start in 2-3 weeks. The refurbished X-ray department will be operational in Dec 17.CarndonaghThe X-ray department in Carndonagh is to remain operational throughout, with an adjacent clinic room being developed as a new X-ray facility.The construction works are currently out to tender. The new X-ray department will be completed in Dec 17, with construction works to the waiting area and refurbishment of the existing X-ray room to a clinic room being completed in Jan 2018. Pat the Cope GallagherX-ray facilities in Dungloe are to remain open throughout; the new X-ray room will be prioritised in the construction works and completed in December 17.The overall construction works will be completed in Jan/Feb 2018.The finer detail of the construction programme, dates from transfer to the new X-ray room, etc. are currently being determined as part of the tender package. The project is to be issued for tender in approx. 2 weeks.All the above dates are subject to a timely response from EPA for Licensing, which has the potential to delay the dates in which the rooms become operational. Licensing for the Killybegs project was granted immediately, no delays were encountered.Pat The Cope said it is important that these facilities are maintained and upgraded to the highest possible standard.“I am glad to see that no interruption of service will occur during the period of upgrading of the four facilities. Community X-ray facilities are crucial to health service provisions in Donegal, as they provide services to patients in their own community and alleviate pressure from Letterkenny University Hospital. “I have been lobbying the HSE and Department of Health for some time, to maintain these facilities to the highest standards and I am glad that the appropriate investment is being made into these facilities following today’s confirmation from the HSE,” he conlcuded.Progress welcomed on x-ray facilities at Donegal’s community hospitals was last modified: September 21st, 2017 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:COMMUNITY HOSPITALSdonegalx-ray