Corda, Mildred (Millie) 81 of Ocean City

first_imgCorda, Mildred (Millie) 81 of Ocean City NJ and Bradenton, FL passed away on Saturday, November 19, 2016 surrounded by her loving husband of 62 years Raymond and her beloved daughter Maria Herron, son in law Doug and grandson Sean Herron. She is also survived by her loving son Raymond Jr., daughter in law Debra and granddaughter April Corda of Florida. She also leaves behind her grandchildren Samuel Corda, Lisa Wells (Jim), Joseph Corda (Kate), great grandson Joey Corda. Grandson Michael Hartman (Samantha) and great grandson Garrett Hartman. Her niece and nephew, Arlene and Ralph Preisano along with many other nieces and nephews.Her Memorial Service was held on Saturday, November 26 at 10:30 am at The Godfrey Funeral Home, 644 South Shore Road Palermo NJ.In lieu of flowers the family ask for donations in Millie’s name to Holy Redeemer Hospice and Homecare, 1801 N Route 9, Cape May Court House, NJ 08210. For condolences to the family please visit, www.godfreyfuneralhome.comlast_img read more

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Indiana student-athletes taking online courses can participate in sports

first_img WhatsApp Pinterest CoronavirusIndianaLocalNewsSports Google+ Indiana student-athletes taking online courses can participate in sports Facebook WhatsApp Facebook Twitter Pinterest Twitter Google+ By Network Indiana – July 19, 2020 0 366 (Photo Supplied/IHSAA) Indiana high school student-athletes that are taking online courses to start the fall semester will still be able to participate in sports.WIBC/Network Indiana was able to confirm on Friday, July 17, that the Indiana High School Athletic Association sent a letter to all athletic directors in Indiana, informing them of a change to a by-law. It says if a school is offering virtual or online courses this fall semester, and it’s taught by a member school personnel, they can still participate in sports.However, “local control decision making permit a school to set a requirement above the standard set forth by the IHSAA. For instance, a school may still require in-building attendance for athletic participation.”The letter also noted that “if a third party is delivering instruction to your students (teachers not employed by your school), and the percentage of courses being taught is over 30% of total number of courses offered, a waiver –for the school, not the athlete — is required from the IHSAA.” Previous articleCOVID-19 hits Mishawaka, Concord High School athletics programsNext articleCoronavirus infecting Indiana’s once $2.3 billion reserve fund Network Indianalast_img read more

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