It is for this reason that the agency will waive part of its commission in order to show solidarity with all the citizens of Lijepa naša, encourage them to book holidays on our coast and preserve tourism by booking private accommodation. The Adriagate travel agency has launched an action to further promote and encourage holidays in Croatia in order to preserve Croatian tourism and jobs, in line with the situation surrounding the COVID-19 pandemic. “With this action we want to enable citizens to find from our rich offer more affordable private accommodation for a well-deserved vacation with loved ones, while providing support to Croatian tourism and private renters throughout the Adriatic coast.”, Says Mate Balić, director of Adriagate, and emphasizes that at this moment we all need to do something for each other, and decided to take this action to contribute to the development of the domestic economy by encouraging people to travel within the country. “Therefore, we decided to reward all Croatian citizens with a voucher in the amount of HRK 500.”Points out Balic. By the way, Adriagate is a company that specializes in mediation in the sale of accommodation facilities in Croatia in Istria, Kvarner, Dalmatia, continental Croatia and Montenegro. They have been operating successfully since 2001 with their headquarters in Split, where the central reservation system is located, where booking for more than 10.000 apartments and holiday homes is kept. Adriagate rewards Croatian guests with a HRK 500 discount on private accommodation throughout the Adriatic coast The conditions for obtaining a gift voucher are that the reservation of private accommodation must be made through the Adriagate website and that it refers to the 2020 season and that the total amount of the reservation cannot be less than HRK 3.000. The discount applies to private accommodation, and in order to use it it is necessary promo code: Summer2020 enter in the booking process on the Adriagate website In addition to the seat, Adriagate.com also has reception offices in Vodice, Rogoznica, Vrboska on the island of Hvar, Primosten and Omis where it provides support to renters and guests
The employees who tested positive apparently worked in the management room, but authorities have decided to disinfect all parts of the four-story building, inside and outside, including the parking area.The mall will reopen after the sterilization process complete.Tangerang COVID-19 task force spokesperson Hendra Tarmizi said the cases were revealed after one of the infected employees visited a local hospital after experiencing symptoms. “He was suffering from a cold and a headache. His swab test result showed he had contracted COVID-19,” Hendra said. (vny)Topics : Shopping center AEON Mall BSD City in Tangerang, Banten, will be closed for the next seven days, until Aug. 12, after two of its employees tested positive for COVID-19.Authorities will sterilize the facility and conduct rapid tests on 1,200 of the mall’s employees and tenants.”We will finish the rapid tests within three days,” Tangerang regency secretary Moch. Maesal Rasyid said as quoted by kompas.id on Thursday.The sterilization process, meanwhile, would take longer than three days, Maesal added.
Franklin County, Ind. — An ATV accident injured two Sunman residents last week.A report from the Franklin County Sheriff’s Department says Briana Gore, 20, was driving the ATV on St. Mary’s Road June 9 around 8:30 p.m. when she failed to negotiate a curve near Tree Road and went into a ditch. The ATV rolled ejecting Gore and a passenger, Daniel Lower, 22. Both were flown to a Cincinnati area hospital for treatment.
Modinsaid golf was his first love upon moving to the area with his family as achild, a sport he was ready to pursue full-time when his family joined theRumson Country Club. “It’ssomething that I can do all year round and enjoy for a long time,” Modin said.“You don’t have to be super strong or athletic to have fun and be competitive.Unless you want to go to the Olympics or something.” Frigid temperatures that chill the Two River area provide the perfect stage for the club’s Frostbite races, a cold weather series that allows local laser boat captains and others from around the Northeast region to navigate a course within the Navesink River. The Monmouth Boat Club is on the Navesink River in Red Bank. Photo by Chris Rotolo Thoughthe series is opens to sailors of all ages, no competitor has stood out moreduring this 2018 season – which runs November through March – than PatrickModin, a 17-year old Rumson native who attends the Marine Academy of Science& Technology (MAST) on Sandy Hook. “It’s myfirst time competing and will give me a real understanding of where I stand(among national and international competition),” Modin said. “I’m reallyexcited for it because it will allow me to test all of my skills and everythingI’ve learned.” But itwas at the club where he discovered sailing, and a natural feel to being at thehelm of a vessel in the local waterways. The eventis scheduled to take place Dec. 26-30, where 650 sailors ages 8 to 18 from 20countries and 28 states, will race boats like Optimists, Club 420’s and Lasers– like Modin’s – in Miami, Florida. Modinsaid he was attracted to the sport because anyone can do it if they’re drivento put in the time and effort. Monmouth Boat Club’s Frostbite races are open to sailors of all ages as they navigate a course within the Navesink River. Photo courtesy Monmouth Boat Club “It cameto me pretty easily, but I’ve been working at it at for a while now and notjust out on the water,” said Modin, who added that he’s put in numerous hoursof reading about strategy and tactics and studying the nuances of the sport ofsailing. “I love the complexity of it, and I enjoy the work. I’m still gettingbetter.” Modinsaid an Olympic appearance would be a dream come true, but for now his sightsare set on the revered Orange Bowl International Youth Regatta, the largestyouth event of its kind in the United States and South America. Henkel said an abundance of scenic locations, like the two rivers and the Sandy Hook Bay, are what make the area one of the best in the country to sail. For more information about how to join the Monmouth Boat Club visit monmouthboatclub.org. TheMonmouth Boat Club, located at 31 Union St. in Red Bank, was founded in 1879and has sailing groups for all ages, genders and experience levels. There arecurrently 186 members. “He’sreally beyond his years. He’s very skilled and knowledgeable about the sportfor a kid his age…Plus, he only weighs about 130 pounds, which is a majoradvantage when going up against an old guy like me,” Westfield native, fleetchampion and series organizer, Chris Henkel, said in a Dec. 2 interview withThe Two River Times. “It’sjust beautiful and peaceful place to sail. I’ve sailed in a lot of places, butthere aren’t many that match this. We’re on the Navesink today, on either sideof you are these incredible mansions. Where else can you sail and see BonJovi’s house,” Henkel said. Accordingto Modin, there are currently 99 boats registered to compete in his division.Modin will have a few more weekends of races on the Navesink before heading forwarmer climates, though he said the Shrews- bury River, which is more wide openwith lower banks, is a more exhilarating ride. RED BANK– When the frost begins to bite, it’s a sailor’s delight for a few brave membersof the Monmouth Boat Club.
By Bruce FuhrThe Nelson Daily SportsThe Nelson Leafs had the perfect opportunity to get back into the Neil Murdoch race.However, it was Beaver Valley proving to the rest of the division a title belt must go through Frutivale.Mason Spear scored twice leading the Hawks to a 4-3 Kootenay International Junior Hockey League road victory over the Nelson Leafs Friday at the NDCC Arena.The Hawks, losing just once to Nelson this season, increases its lead to 12 points over the third-place Leafs in the race for top spot in the division.“The last game against Nelson we were not very focused . . . it was our lowest point of the year,” Hawks coach Terry Jones told The Nelson Daily.“So we were looking tonight to bounce back, get our game back together and play focused and disciplined hockey.”Focused?Someone should have told the Leafs about starting focused. The Hawks scored 38 seconds into the game on a shot Leaf goalie Andrew Walton would definitely love to have back.Spear raced into the Nelson zone and slid a low shot past a surprised Walton, along with every fan in the seat at the NDCC, giving the visitors the early lead.The margin stood until a crazy final seven minutes of the third period when the teams scored six times.Craig Martin gave Beaver Valley a 2-0 lead before James Sorrey cut the advantage to 2-1 on the power play.Spear, with his second of the game, increased the Beaver Valley lead to 3-1 shorthanded 22 seconds later.Less than a minute later Jacob Boyczuk made it 4-1 for the Hawks.But the Leafs were not done just yet.Two goals within 15 seconds — Matti Jmaeff on the power play and Nick Newman — pulled Nelson to within a goal.The Leafs pulled Walton for an extra attacker but could not find the equalizer.The Leafs, falling to 19-11-0-2, have little time to rest as Nelson travels to Castlegar Saturday to face the Rebels.Sunday Nelson finishes the home-and-home series weekend series with Beaver Valley with a date Sunday at 1 p.m. in Frutivale.NOTES: Beaver Valley, 26-5-0-0, keep pace with Kamloops Storm as the top teams in the KIJHL — both teams have 52 points. . . . Leaf forward Carsen Willans busted a skate during Friday’s game. . . .Beaver Valley netminder Mike Vlanich was hurt during Friday’s game but managed to rebound to finish the game. . . . Leaf forward Colton Malmsten did not play after suffering an upper body injury during practice this email@example.com