AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to LinkedInLinkedInShare to FacebookFacebookShare to TwitterTwitter Marketing & affiliates Email Address The Neds deal represents UFC’s latest marketing association, after agreeing a similar deal with DraftKings earlier this year. Topics: Marketing & affiliates Sports betting Strategy Marketing Online sports betting Retail sports betting “We are all about taking things to the ‘Neds Level’ and this partnership will give Australian UFC punters an incredible opportunity to be involved in the action and take their fandom to the next level.” Neds’ chief marketing officer James Burnett said: “Neds is the most progressive brand in Australian wagering, and it makes great sense to partner with the UFC, which has proven itself to be the most progressive sporting organisation in the world. The deal will see Neds, which is part of the Entain Group, gain access to UFC branding as well as exclusive broadcasting for UFC events. Neds will also be a part of UFC’s social media channels, and will look to create new content for Australian fans. Tags: UFC Neds UFC makes Neds official wagering partner in Australia “We’re excited to engage fans like never before with Neds in a market that is extremely important to our business.” “We’re thrilled to partner with such an exciting and innovative brand like Neds,” added UFC’s vice president of global partnerships Nick Smith. Mixed martial arts franchise UFC has named sports betting operator Neds as the company’s official sports wagering partner in Australia. 9th June 2021 | By Nosa Omoigui Subscribe to the iGaming newsletter Regions: Oceania Australia
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Other award winners were recognised for their support of values particular to The Vodafone UK Foundation’s flagship charity partners: Shelter, Samaritans and Youthnet. Run in conjunction with CAF (Charities Aid Foundation) the awards were all independently judged. Over 270 nominations were received this year and as a result of the awards £35,100 will be donated to charity projects across the UK. Every charity that nominated a Vodafone employee or team was awarded an entry donation with further award donations for winning entries for the ten categories. Sarah Shillito, Head of The Vodafone UK Foundation said: “I am very proud of the commitment shown to charities by Vodafone employees. The award winners show the variety of work employees choose to support and the difference that an individual can make to a cause they really believe in.” Tagged with: Awards Volunteering 23 total views, 1 views today AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to TwitterTwitterShare to FacebookFacebookShare to LinkedInLinkedInShare to EmailEmailShare to WhatsAppWhatsAppShare to MessengerMessengerShare to MoreAddThis Vodafone UK Community Awards winners announced Vodafone employees who have been active supporters of charities were last night recognised at The Vodafone UK Foundation Community Awards.Newbury resident Robbie Coburn won the top individual accolade at the awards, the ‘Inspiring Others Award’ for her work with the Yaka Samaka School in Kenya. Robbie has supported the school for over 15 years, fundraising for better educational materials and mentoring many of the students through regular contact and twice yearly visits. She also received the Individual Fundraising Award.The Vodafone NAS Ambassador Team won the ‘Inspiring Others Award’ in the team category. The 14-strong team have worked over the past three years to create and raise awareness of The National Autistic Society, raising just under £20,000 for the charity. Advertisement AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to TwitterTwitterShare to FacebookFacebookShare to LinkedInLinkedInShare to EmailEmailShare to WhatsAppWhatsAppShare to MessengerMessengerShare to MoreAddThis Howard Lake | 1 December 2006 | News About Howard Lake Howard Lake is a digital fundraising entrepreneur. Publisher of UK Fundraising, the world’s first web resource for professional fundraisers, since 1994. Trainer and consultant in digital fundraising. Founder of Fundraising Camp and co-founder of GoodJobs.org.uk. Researching massive growth in giving.
Previous articleHoosier Farmers Deserve More During Senate Debates on the HAT Monday Morning EditionNext articleDonnelly Receives 2018 Friend of Farm Bureau Award Hoosier Ag Today Facebook Twitter SHARE SHARE Indiana Agriculture Report from USDA September 1 Grain StocksOn September 1, 2018, Indiana corn stocks totaled 126.1 million bushels, 5 percent below a year earlier. About 17 percent of the corn was stored on farms. The fourth quarter disappearance was 188.9 million bushels, compared with 167.3 million bushels a year earlier. Soybean stocks on September 1, 2018, were 22.0 million bushels. That was 4 percent higher than stocks a year earlier. The fourth quarter indicated disappearance was 52.9 million bushels, compared with 57.0 million bushels during the same period a year ago. Farm stocks of soybeans were 3.6 million bushels. Wheat stocks on September 1, 2018, were 41.0 million bushels, 6 percent below a year ago. Ninety-seven percent of all wheat stocks were in commercial storage. First quarter indicated disappearance was 4.1 million bushels, approximately 9 percent of supply.July 1 Small Grains ForecastIndiana winter wheat production was up 7 percent from last year. Wheat yield, at 71 bushels per acre, was down 3 bushels from last year. Producers harvested 260,000 acres, up 20,000 acres from last year.Winter wheat harvest progressed rapidly due to dry and hot conditions during harvest. Harvest concluded slightly ahead of schedule before significant rainfall returned to the State. Yield potential was reduced due to abnormally dry conditions during the growing season.U.S. all wheat production totaled 1.88 billion bushels in 2018, up 8 percent from the revised 2017 total of 1.74 billion bushels. Area harvested for grain totaled 39.6 million acres, up 5 percent from the previous year. The United States yield was estimated at 47.6 bushels per acre, up 1.3 bushels from the previous year. The levels of production and changes from 2017 by type were: winter wheat, 1.18 billion bushels, down 7 percent; other spring wheat, 623 million bushels, up 50 percent; and Durum wheat, 77.3 million bushels, up 41 percent.August Milk ProductionDairy herds in Indiana produced 348 million pounds ofmilk during August, down 0.6 percent from a year ago. Thedaily rate per cow was 60.6 pounds, up 0.3 pounds fromAugust 2017. The dairy herd was estimated at 185,000 headfor August, down 2,000 head from a year earlier. Theaverage price of milk sold in August by Indiana dairyproducers was $15.20 per cwt., $2.70 less than the price inAugust 2017.Indiana October Crop ProductionIndiana farmers anticipate record corn and soybean yields in2018. The October Crop Production Report is based onconditions as of October 1, 2018. Some highlights of the reportare as follows:Indiana corn yield is expected to be 194 bushels per acre, 14 bushels higher than last year’s yield. If realized, this will bea new record high yield. Total production is expected to be1.003 billion bushels, up 7 percent from 2017.Indiana soybean production is expected to total 356 millionbushels, up 11 percent from a year earlier. The yield isforecast at 60 bushels per acre, up 6 bushels from 2017. Ifrealized, this will be a record high yield.Indiana’s alfalfa hay yield is forecast at 3.60 tons per acre,up 0.3 tons from last year.Indiana’s other hay yield is forecast at 2.10 tons per acre,down 0.3 tons from last year.Nationally, corn production is forecast at 14.8 billionbushels, down slightly from the September forecast but up 1percent from last year. Based on conditions as of October 1,yields are expected to average 180.7 bushels per acre, down0.6 bushel from the September forecast but up 4.1 bushels from2017. If realized, this will be the highest yield and secondhighest production on record for the United States. Areaharvested for grain is forecast at 81.8 million acres, downslightly from the previous estimate and down 1 percent from2017. Acreage updates were made in several States based on athorough review of all available data.U.S. soybean production is forecast at a record 4.69 billionbushels, down slightly from September but up 6 percent fromlast year. Based on October 1 conditions, yields are expectedto average a record 53.1 bushels per acre, up 0.3 bushel fromlast month and up 3.8 bushels from last year. Area for harvestin the United States is forecast at 88.3 million acres, down 1percent from September and down 1 percent from 2017.Acreage updates were made in several States based on athorough review of all available data.PoultryAll layers in Indiana totaled 32.7 million during August,slightly down from a year ago. Egg production totaled 792million eggs, down 2 percent from last year. The rate of layduring August was 2,423 eggs per 100 layers. All layers inthe U.S. totaled 385.1 million during August, up 3 percentfrom a year ago. There were 24.0 million turkey poultshatched in the U.S. in August, down 3 percent from theprevious year.August Agricultural PricesPrices received by Indiana farmers for the full month ofAugust 2018 are listed in the table below. Some Indianahighlights were: August corn, at $3.54 per bushel, decreased$0.06 from July and decreased $0.10 from last year; Augustsoybeans, at $8.85 per bushel, decreased $0.09 from last monthand decreased $0.62 from last year; August wheat, at $5.25 perbushel, increased $0.42 from July and increased $0.69 fromlast year; August milk, at $15.20 per cwt., increased $0.50from last month, but decreased $2.70 from last year.September Hogs and PigsIndiana’s total hog and pig inventory on September 1 wasestimated at 4.2 million head, up 100,000 head from a year ago.Breeding hog inventory, at 250,000 head, was down 10,000head from last September. Market hog inventory, at 3,950,000head, was up 3 percent from last year. The average pigs savedper litter for the June to August quarter was 10.50, up 0.15from the same period last year.United States inventory of all hogs and pigs on September 1,2018 was 75.5 million head. This was up 3 percent fromSeptember 1, 2017, and up 3 percent from June 1, 2018.Source: USDA NASS Great Lakes Region Facebook Twitter By Hoosier Ag Today – Oct 15, 2018 Home Indiana Agriculture News Indiana Agriculture Report from USDA
Google+ WhatsApp Facebook Pinterest Twitter Google+ Gardai continue to investigate Kilmacrennan fire WhatsApp The Irish Catholic Bishops Conference is seeking legal advice on the proposed abortion legislation.They’ve described the bill as “an aggressive attack on religious freedom in our society”, because it would impose a duty to provide abortions on Catholic hospitals and those who share their beliefs.The Bishops are supporting a national vigil of prayer for mothers and their unborn babies, which will take place at Knock shrine this afternoon. It will be attend by the Catholic Primate of All Ireland, Sean Brady. RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR 365 additional cases of Covid-19 in Republic Facebook Further drop in people receiving PUP in Donegal Pinterest Previous articleRevellers urged to slow down when out drinkingNext articleAnimal Feed Crisis: Connacht Gold ships imported animal feed to Donegal stores News Highland By News Highland – May 4, 2013 Catholic Bishops hit out at proposed abortion legislation News Man arrested on suspicion of drugs and criminal property offences in Derry Main Evening News, Sport and Obituaries Tuesday May 25th 75 positive cases of Covid confirmed in North Twitter
Orissa High Court Notifies Rules For Court Proceedings Through VC, Restrictions Imposed On Unauthorized Recording Of VC [Read Rules]
News UpdatesOrissa High Court Notifies Rules For Court Proceedings Through VC, Restrictions Imposed On Unauthorized Recording Of VC [Read Rules] Sparsh Upadhyay9 Nov 2020 4:27 AMShare This – xThe Orissa High Court on Monday (02nd November) notified the Orissa High Court Video Conferencing for Courts Rules, 2020.In the notification, it has been said that the rules are intended to “consolidate, unify and streamline the procedure relating to the use of video conferencing for courts.”The Rules state that Video conferencing facilities may be used at all stages of judicial proceedings….Your free access to Live Law has expiredTo read the article, get a premium account.Your Subscription Supports Independent JournalismSubscription starts from ₹ 599+GST (For 6 Months)View PlansPremium account gives you:Unlimited access to Live Law Archives, Weekly/Monthly Digest, Exclusive Notifications, Comments.Reading experience of Ad Free Version, Petition Copies, Judgement/Order Copies.Subscribe NowAlready a subscriber?LoginThe Orissa High Court on Monday (02nd November) notified the Orissa High Court Video Conferencing for Courts Rules, 2020.In the notification, it has been said that the rules are intended to “consolidate, unify and streamline the procedure relating to the use of video conferencing for courts.”The Rules state that Video conferencing facilities may be used at all stages of judicial proceedings. The Rules also make it clear that “all proceedings conducted by a court by way of VC shall be Judicial Proceedings and all the Courtesies and protocols applicable to a physical Court shall apply to a Virtual Court”.It also states that “All relevant statutory provisions applicable to judicial proceedings including provisions of the CPC, CrPC, Contempt of Courts Act, 1971, Indian Evidence Act, 1872 (Evidence Act), and Information Technology Act, 2000 (IT Act), shall apply to proceedings conducted by video conferencing”.Further, the courts may adopt such technological advances as may become available from time to time. Importantly, the rules state that,”There shall be no unauthorised audio or video recording of the proceedings by any person or entity””Any party to the proceedings or witness, except where proceedings are initiated at the instance of the Court, may move a request for Video Conferencing”, state the Rules.In Criminal cases, the expenses of the video conferencing facility including in preparing soft copies or certified copies of the Court record and transmitting the same shall be borne by such party as directed by the Court.In Civil cases, generally, the party requesting for recording evidence through video conferencing shall bear the expenses. The court may also make an order as to expenses as it considers appropriate. Also, the court can waive off the costs as warranted in a given situation.”All the participants shall wear sober attire with the dignity of the proceedings. Advocates shall be appropriately dressed in procession attire prescribed under the Advocates Act”, reads the Schedule to the Rules.The Schedule to the Rules also says that all participants shall endeavour to look into the camera, remain attentive and shall not engage in any other activities during the course of the Investigation.Click Here To Download Rules[Read Rules]Next Story
Journey home will be easier – Paul Hegarty Deal reached on movement of animals and food after Brexit Pinterest WhatsApp Derry draw with Pats: Higgins & Thomson Reaction AudioHomepage BannerNews Twitter Pinterest Previous articleMan appears in court in connection with Letterkenny incidentNext articleSF apologises for any hurt caused by funeral attendance News Highland Facebook Twitter The draft agreement on Irish food and live animal exports will come as a relief to farmers, according to the IFA.Ireland has reached a deal with the EU on the exportation of food and live animals through the UK post-Brexit.The agreement, which is subject to the approval of member states, will mean hauliers of such produce will be able to access “green lanes” when travelling through British ports to Continental Europe.IFA president Tim Cullinan is hopeful the deal will be finalised…………..Audio Playerhttps://www.highlandradio.com/wp-content/uploads/2020/07/16cullinan-brexit.mp300:0000:0000:00Use Up/Down Arrow keys to increase or decrease volume. RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR WhatsApp Harps come back to win in Waterford Google+ Facebook Google+ By News Highland – July 3, 2020 FT Report: Derry City 2 St Pats 2 DL Debate – 24/05/21 News, Sport and Obituaries on Monday May 24th
Loganair’s new Derry – Liverpool air service takes off from CODA Arranmore progress and potential flagged as population grows Google+ Members of Derry City and Strabane District Council have taken the decision this week to cancel two forthcoming Council events, the Sperrins and Killeter Walking Festival and the Waterside Half Marathon as it continues to respond to the current COVID-19 emergency.Both the Walking Festival and the annual Waterside Half Marathon had been scheduled to take place in September.Council members and senior management have been meeting regularly to review impacts on Council services, with daily updates on the changing response to the COVID-19 situation.It was decided that given the ongoing situation and all the guidance from health authorities regarding public safety and the restrictions regarding public gatherings it would be prudent to cancel at this stage.Announcing the decision, Mayor of Derry City and Strabane District Council, Councillor Michaela Boyle, said it was necessary to look ahead and be realistic about what events can safely be delivered over the coming months.The announcement follows on from the decision to cancel the City of Derry Jazz Festival and St Patrick’s Day programme in recent weeks.Council will continue to adhere to the requirements to keep premises and businesses closed, including burial grounds and cemeteries, and to adhere to the restrictions on movement and gatherings.However, it continues to explore alternative options for the public. Facebook Homepage BannerNews WhatsApp Nine til Noon Show – Listen back to Monday’s Programme By News Highland – April 25, 2020 Facebook Important message for people attending LUH’s INR clinic Twitter Pinterest Google+ Previous articleDeath toll from Covid-19 surpasses 1,000Next articleCemeteries in Strabane and Derry to reopen today News Highland More events cancelled in Derry and Strabane RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR News, Sport and Obituaries on Monday May 24th Community Enhancement Programme open for applications Pinterest WhatsApp Twitter
Previous Article Next Article Related posts:No related photos. A new employer-led body has been set up to address the skills needs of thecall centre industry. Call2Contact is the business unit of E-skills UK Ltd and will addressstaffing, training and skills issues in the sector. The body has launched a skills framework that identifies a comprehensive setof contact centre competencies and links them to roles and career routes. Andrew Palmer, project manager at Call2Contact, said: “Staffrecruitment, retention and progression are three of the biggest problems facingthe UK contact centre industry. “If it is to remain competitive, the UK contact centre industry needs askilled, professional and motivated workforce capable of delivering businessexcellence.” Helene Thomas, organisational development director at call centre companyContact24, said the framework is needed to give staff a clear understanding ofhow they can successfully progress their careers and also give them goals andtargets to strive for. www.e-skills.com/call2contact New body called on to address sector’s skill needsOn 24 Sep 2002 in Personnel Today Comments are closed.
CoronavirusIndianaLocalNews Google+ By Jon Zimney – March 8, 2021 0 157 Twitter WhatsApp Previous articleSurvey: Patient anxieties about paying for healthcare growingNext articleDaytime highs climb into the 60’s this week Jon ZimneyJon Zimney is the News and Programming Director for News/Talk 95.3 Michiana’s News Channel and host of the Fries With That podcast. Follow him on Twitter @jzimney. Pinterest Facebook WhatsApp Facebook Twitter Pinterest (Photo supplied/Berrien County Health Department) Meijer is partnering with the Indiana State Teachers Association on plans for a series of COVID-19 vaccine clinics at Indiana stores this week.Meijer says it will hold a dozen clinics and give 10,000 doses of the coronavirus vaccine to pre-registered teachers and school staff in grades pre-K to 12 by the end of the week.Teachers and staff will be asked to verify their school affiliation and have proper ID when pre-registering through Meijer’s vaccine registration process.Teachers can also register by texting “ISTA” to 75049.Meijer in Goshen is partnering with with Elkhart, Concord and Baugo community Schools to provide vaccinations for teachers.Faculty and staff can get the vaccine from 7 a.m. to 7 p.m. Monday, March 8 and Tuesday, March 9, in the Activities Center at Concord High School.Over the last few weeks, Meijer has given more than 25,000 COVID-19 vaccine doses at stores in Indiana. Google+ Meijer takes lead in getting Indiana teachers vaccinated
Former President Jimmy Carter, TV host David Letterman visit campus for Work Project Opening Ceremony
Tom Naatz | The Observer Former President Jimmy Carter and former first lady Rosalynn Carter joined a variety of speakers Sunday at Notre Dame‘s Purcell Pavilion for the opening ceremony of a work project that will build multiple houses in St. Joseph County.Ultimately, Letterman called Habitat for Humanity, the global nonprofit housing organization and gathered some friends and travelled to New Orleans to start building and rebuilding houses.Letterman, the longtime late night talkshow host whose appearance at Notre Dame‘s Purcell Pavilion was not previously announced, introduced former President Jimmy Carter and his wife, former first lady Rosalynn Carter, at the opening ceremonies of the 2018 Jimmy and Rosalynn Carter Work Project. This annual Habitat for Humanity program, which includes participation and sponsorship from the former first couple, focuses on building houses in a geographic area one week out of the year. The 2018 iteration will be taking place in St. Joseph County this week and Notre Dame hosted the opening ceremonies.Jim Williams, the president and CEO of Habitat for Humanity’s St. Joseph County chapter, lauded the historic moment the program represents.“This truly is a historic moment for our community,“ Williams said. “It’s a momentous occasion. And for all of you to show up here on a Sunday evening and join us for this occasion, I can’t tell you how much that means to us.”According to a press release provided at the event, the Carters will help a group of volunteers and future homeowners build 22 “new, affordable homes” this week in Mishawaka. When lumped in with additional construction projects throughout the year, 41 homes will be “built, renovated, or repaired” in both South Bend and Mishawaka.Speakers at the event included Williams, University President Fr. John Jenkins, Habitat for Humanity CEO Jonathan Reckford, Benito Salazar, a local man who lives with his family in a Habitat for Humanity constructed home, Letterman and the Carters.Jenkins offered a blessing for the Work Project. In his remarks beforehand, he noted President Carter’s connection with the former University President Fr. Ted Hesburgh.“You worked with him on so many different projects — on peace-building, on human rights, on avoiding mass-starvation [and on] Cambodia with you, Mrs. Carter,” Jenkins said. I know that Fr. Ted is looking down on us and smiling. So happy we are here.”Several speakers lauded LeRoy Troyer, a local architect who has played a large role in Habitat for Humanity by serving on the organization’s board and serving as President Carter’s “house leader” on every Carter Work Project since 1986. A tribute video lauded Troyer’s dedication to Habitat for Humanity.“The Carter Work Project can be anywhere in the world,” the video said. “It only happens once a year. But it’s here, in St. Joseph County, in large part thanks to LeRoy Troyer. Ask 100 people to show you what love looks like. They’ll all point to LeRoy Troyer. Thank you, LeRoy, and may God bless you.”During his remarks, Reckford said he noticed the sense of community that springs up at every individual build site. Reckford also said he was impressed with the sturdy construction of Habitat for Humanity homes, saying a Habitat constructed neighborhood in Haiti held up remarkably well when Hurricane Sandy hit the island in 2012. He also discussed the scarcity of affordable housing throughout the world.“A big reason we do this is to bring attention to the fact that right now in the U.S. we have an affordable housing crisis,” Reckford said. “And it’s even worse in the rest of the world. There is nowhere in the United States where a full-time, minimum wage employee can afford a one-bedroom apartment on less than a third of his or her income.”Reckford thanked the Carters for their work to alleviate the problem of affordable housing.“President and Mrs. Carter’s involvement in Indiana is going to bring attention to not just the need in this community and state but to the need nationally and globally,” he said. “And they have been such extraordinary witnesses and such extraordinary ambassadors to bring attention to that need.”The next speaker, Salazar, said he and his wife were struggling to find an affordable housing option for their growing family when they heard about Habitat, applied and ultimately were accepted. They, along with their future neighbors, have been laying the groundwork for the project in a program Habitat for Humanity likes to refer to as “sweat equity.” Their future home is being constructed as part of the Carter Work Project.“Knowing that my children can grow in a home that their mother and father have worked so hard for means so much,” Salazar said. “We shall have the space to grow and play, we shall be putting money into a home that we can eventually own and say, ‘It is ours.’ We shall have a new beginning.”Finally, Letterman introduced the Carters. After relating the story of his first involvement with the organization after Katrina, he discussed all of the subsequent work he’s done with it, most recently in Houston in the aftermath of Hurricane Harvey. He thanked President Carter and Rosalynn for their work.“In my life, I have always struggled and envied people who have figured out a way to make a difference in the world,” Letterman said. “People who know how, as we like to say it, ‘move the needle.’ I would not have known to call Habitat for Humanity if it wasn’t for President Carter and Rosalynn. It’s because of these two people that my friends and I were able to find a way to help in a very, very small way.”In brief closing remarks, the Carters each thanked the people who make the Carter Work Project possible and extolled the value of helping others.The former president noted the large number of people who have volunteered with the Carter Work Project since its inception 35 years ago.“One of the most important statistics that Habitat had … for us this year was we built 4,200-and-something houses in 14 countries,” President Carter said. “But the main thing was 100,000 volunteers have worked with us on our different projects, beginning with 42 in the first time in New York.”President Carter said Troyer was the best volunteer they have ever had. Offering further tribute to Troyer, he said the architect always reminds him of the faith-based dimensions of the work.“He has a remarkable way of inspiring us to keep on working, but he always has an ability to inject into it the purpose of Habitat. And that is to carry out the mandate of our savior Jesus Christ,” he said.Rosalynn discussed briefly her friendship with Fr. Hesburgh, noting they had worked together to help Cambodian refugees.“Well, this is so great to be back at Notre Dame, from which I have an honorary degree,” Rosalynn said. “When Jimmy was president, there were refugees in Thailand coming from Cambodia, I think. I went to see them, and when I got home I had a phone call from Fr. Ted saying, ‘Let’s raise money and help those refugees.’ And of course, I was thrilled. And we raised a lot of money and became very close friends with Fr. Ted.”The former first lady closed the ceremony by thanking those in attendance.“I want to recognize all of you — everybody who has worked to make this project a great success, and the homeowners and everybody,” Rosalynn said. “But I also want to thank the donors because Habitat for Humanity always needs donors. This would not be possible tonight if had not been for the donors. All of you who worked ahead of time, all of you who are going to be working again, and everybody else who supports Habitat. I know you are going to be supporting with contributions, right? And now you know what a wonderful organization it is. And so I thank you from the bottom of my heart and look forward to working with you, who are going to be at the camp site, tomorrow.”Tags: 2018 Carter Work Project, David Letterman, Fr. John Jenkins, habitat for humanity, Jimmy Carter, Mishawaka, Rosalynn Carter, South Bend, St. Joseph County In the immediate aftermath of Hurricane Katrina, David Letterman had a problem.Letterman was watching news coverage of the disaster that had just afflicted New Orleans and the entirety of the Gulf Coast, and he desperately wanted to help out; his only problem was he wasn’t sure how he could do it.“As you see, [there‘s] 24-hour coverage of disasters and horrible things that happen to humans around the globe, and if you’re hooked up properly, you’re drawn to that,” Letterman said. “You want to do something but you don’t know what it is you want to do. And this is the dynamic that occurred while watching the storm Katrina ravage New Orleans, Louisiana.”