FacebookTwitterLinkedInEmailPrint分享Power Engineering International:Siemens Gamesa has strengthened its presence in Vietnam after securing its fifth nearshore wind farm project, as the Vietnamese government quickly advances on its renewable energy goals.The latest deal surpasses the previous company record in scale for its fourth nearshore project (75MW), as the largest of its kind in Vietnam, adding a further 78MW to the company’s existing 174MW it has already secured. This will make Siemens Gamesa one of the largest players on the growing Vietnamese nearshore wind market.The 78MW Hiep Thanh wind farm will be located 1-3 km off the coast of Tra Vinh Province. The wind farm will feature 18 units of the SG 5.0-145 turbine, which are among the largest turbines in the Vietnamese market.Commissioning of the wind farm is expected in the third quarter of 2021.Additionally, Siemens Gamesa signed a long-term 10-year contract to provide operation and maintenance services.In Vietnam, Siemens Gamesa has built three wind farms, with seven more wind farms under construction. In the last three years, the company has sold approximately 550MW in this market.More: Siemens Gamesa awarded Vietnam’s largest-ever nearshore project Siemens Gamesa wins contract for fifth wind farm off the Vietnamese coastline
David W. “Blue Gill” Higham, age 57 of Morris, died Tuesday, June 20, 2017 at Margaret Mary Health. Born August 4, 1959 in Lawrenceburg, Indiana, he is the son of Juanita (Nee: York) and Carroll Higham. He married Deborah Doll November 29, 1980 at St. Anthony’s Church in Morris. A zone leader, he was in his 40th year at the Hill-Rom Company.Blue Gill was very unselfish and always helping others. Not one to just join, he gave freely of his time to the organizations which he belonged and worked tirelessly at fundraising for them. Some of those include the Morris Volunteer Fire Department, Whitetails Unlimited, Ducks Unlimited, National Wild Turkey Federation and the Knights of Columbus Council #1461. Obviously an avid hunter and fisherman, his family teased that ironically some of his vacation time seemed to always fall on the opening week of deer season. He also looked forward to the fishing trips with his buddies and his passion started early on, as he opened a bait shop at the age of 13.Blue Gill was also an avid sports fan. He coached his son’s ball team and for many years played softball himself. He also enjoyed racing, the Reds, “anybody but Cleveland” in football and bowled on several teams. He and Deb still laughed after all these years that during their wedding the priest referred to him several times as Doug and the family fondly remembers their summer beach vacations. They found it hilarious that he would float on his back and all you’d see were these two big feet sticking out of the water. His true passion was being with his grandchildren, whether that was playing cards with them or passing on his love of fishing with them.He is survived by his wife Deb; daughter and son-in-law Kelli and Michael Westendorf of Cincinnati, Ohio; son and daughter-in-law Kyle and Abbie Higham of Batesville; sisters Janice Uhlmansiek of Aurora, Indiana, Patty LaVelle of Rising Sun, Indiana, Sandy Bruce of Aurora, Indiana; brother Roger Higham of Fountaintown, Indiana as well as numerous nieces, nephews and cousins. He is preceded in death by his mother Juanita Vankirk; father Carroll Higham; stepmother Evelyn Higham and stepfather Harold Vankirk.Visitation is Sunday, June 25th from 1 – 4 p.m. at the Weigel Funeral Home with a prayer service conducted by the Morris Volunteer Fire Department at 1 p.m. Funeral services are 10 a.m. Monday, June 26th, at St. Anthony’s Church with Rev. Shaun Whittington officiating. Burial will follow in the church cemetery. The family prefers memorials to the Morris Fire Department, Gibault School, Monsignor Schmitz Fund or Catch a Dream.
Hearts of Oak are set to appoint 46-year old Kenichi Yatsuhashi as coach. The Japanese is relatively unknown on the continent and his appointment still comes as a surprise to many.Who is this Japanese American and what do we know about him?1. Yatsuhashi played football professionally for a Division II team in Brazil.2. Kenichi was born in the United States of America.3. He has been residing in Brooklyn, New York but spends some time in Japan for holidays. 4. Kenichi was the head coach of male and female ASA college (equivalent to university in the country) football team for a period of five years.5. Yatsuhashi speaks two main languages – English and Japanese.6. Yatsuhashi is active on social media and has been actively updating his Twitter, Facebook and Instagram accounts.7. Kenichi is a renowned youth coach in the States and his coaching stints have mostly been with junior sides. 8. He has certificates in grassroots soccer as well as goalkeeping certificates.9. He will be the seventh foreign coach for Hearts of Oak in the 21st century. Other foreign names to have taken the role are German Ernst Middendorp and Sanzio Bahner, Serbs Kosta Papic, Nebjosa Vuvucevic, Bulgarian Mitko Kostadinov Dobrev and Isreali Eyal Lachman.10. Kenichi will be the first Asian to take charge of Accra Hearts of Oak in their 104 years of existence.–Follow Joy Sports on Twitter: @Joy997FM. Our hashtag is #JoySports
Submitted By Kaylene Fischer for The Gift Gallery, LLCTutus from Rhea Rhea’s BowtiqueDid you know that The Gift Gallery carries children’s items? People may often think of our store as only for certain occasions or ages. But did you know that we carry everyday items, as well as seasonal? So whether you’re in need of a gift for a special occasion, or just browsing for something you may like for yourself, The Gift Gallery is the place to find it.We have two new vendors that we are really excited to tell you about. We welcome Denise Beechler with her baby blankets, sock monkeys, bears and horses. These stuffed animals you won’t want to miss out on.We also welcome Ashley Taylor with her Rhea Rhea’s Bowtique. She makes tutu dresses, tutus, bows and headbands for girls ages Newborn to 5 years old. Her tutus and bows are the cutest around! If you are a Seahawks fan, you’ll love the Seahawk tutu dress with headband. Your little girls are sure to love everything in her booth!There are also a few other vendors that have been with us for awhile that carry children’s items. The Sewster Sisters make beautiful, soft baby quilts. These quilts are colorful, two-sided and made for boy, girl or either.Stinger Stitches makes the best quality burp cloths with a unique design that you won’t find in any local store. They are so reasonably priced, you won’t believe it. There are bibs and receiving blankets to match.We have Crochet by Erica G. with her cute and colorful crocheted baby items. She has booties, mittens, animals and more. We also have Joan Cross who knits baby sweater-sets that come with hats and booties.Denise Beechler creates baby blankets, sock monkeys, bears, horses and more.Theresa Chace embroiders a variety of items and she features the grandfather pillow. If you have a flannel or dress shirt that you would like made into a pillow as a keepsake, she will personalize it for you with a really neat poem.The Krafty Krew can knit and crochet just about anything you want, but they specialize in their cloth diaper covers. These are such a neat idea! They come in different colors and sizes, they even include the cloth diaper. There are even all-in-one pants that you just throw right in the wash. Tired of spending hundreds of dollars on disposable diapers? You can’t beat these ladies prices!The Gift Gallery itself features a wonderful line of CuddleBarn. These are animated stuffed animals that dance and sing. We also have teddy bears that change color and Mother Goose that tells 5 different nursery rhymes. Our antique and collectibles section carries children’s items as well. They have dolls, books and more.Come see us today, you’ll be pleasantly surprised by what treasure you may find!You can find us on Facebook, Twitter, Pinterest and our website. Facebook41Tweet0Pin0