‘The Vikings’ This was just a fraction of the excellent creativity in costume design. More to come on Wednesday, November 2. 2011. Most of the photos were taken under the Vaults, where everyone gathered for a parade. October 31, 2011This years Halloween party commenced this past Saturday, October 29. 2011. ‘The Queens’.
25Feb Three generations at the Capitol Three generations of the Saylor family of Midland recently toured the state Capitol in Lansing and were introduced from the floor of the state House of Representatives by Rep. Gary Glenn, R-Midland. Back row left to right: Rep. Glenn, Diane Saylor, and her daughter Krista Saylor. Front row left to right, Krista’s children Torianna, Daniel, and Hannah Saylor. The photo was taken in the House gallery with the floor of the House visible one floor below in the background. Categories: Glenn News
UK mobile operator EE has announced plans to launch a “major overhaul” of its broadband customer service, after receiving an “unacceptable, high volume of complaints.”Commenting on the move, EE’s chief customer service officer, Francoise Clemes, said that EE’s broadband service “continues to fall short of what our customers expect and deserve” but said that the launch of its ‘Broadband Service First’ programme was “addressing this as a priority.”The planned service improvements include: integrated systems across mobile and broadband to boost service levels for all customers; new digital and social media service tools for broadband customers; the opening of a new Broadband Operations Hub; a dedicated broadband customer hotline; and the creation of up to 500 new permanent customer service roles.“I’m not going to offer any excuses because broadband customer service has simply not been good enough. I promise all of our customers that Service is our top priority and, through Broadband Service First, we will fix this,” said Clemes.
500 for intensive care unit at Altnagelvin HosptialCanning charity event raises £2Patsy CanningWESTERN TRUST Canning charity event raises £2,500 for intensive care unit at Altnagelvin Hosptial was last modified: July 2nd, 2018 by John2John2 Tags: ShareTweet THE Western Trust says its Intensive Care Unit at Altnagelvin Hospital has received a generous donation of £2,500 from the Canning family. The family raised the funds by holding a charity night in The Crescent Bar, Derry in recognition of the excellent care given to their mother, Patsy Canning, while she was treated in ICU last year. Patsy made the presentation, along with her family to ICU staff Rosie Reid; Michael McGinley; Tina Lynch and Dr Manav Bhavsar.