Kem Krest begins producing its own hand sanitizer

first_img Previous articleMichigan schools to continue offering free food during stay-at-home orderNext articleDomestic call involving a child spans two counties in Southwest Michigan before ending with an arrest Carl Stutsman WhatsApp Google+ Facebook WhatsApp Twitter (Amanda Wilkinson/Elkhart Truth) Another Elkhart Company is stepping up and making changes to help their neighbors as the COVID-19 response continues. Kem Krest has already started making their own hand sanitizer for its current customers and employees and hopefully will be able to produce mass amounts soon.The company makes chemical packaging but still needs a permit in order to purchase alcohol in large enough amounts to produce it in large batches.The company’s CEO says that it’s up to private industries to get together and find “innovative and creative ways to support the community”. They also told ABC 57 that they do have more products in mind but are working on the first phases of those ideas.You can read more here Google+ Twitter Pinterest By Carl Stutsman – March 25, 2020 0 1109 Kem Krest begins producing its own hand sanitizer Pinterest Facebook CoronavirusIndianaLocalNewslast_img read more

Jazz Fest Comes To A Close With Performances By The Meters, Trombone Shorty, And More [Photos]

first_imgOn Sunday, the official festivities for New Orleans Jazz & Heritage Festival at the Fairgrounds officially came to a close. It’s sad to see an end to one of the best times of the year for us, with the officially planned Jazz Fest performances drawing a diverse offering of some of the largest names in music, while outside the festival, New Orleans is taken over with world-renowned musicians who create special musical moments whose magic cannot be repeated outside the Big Easy.For yesterday’s daytime performance for the final Sunday of Jazz Fest ended with a bang. Among the many performers that helped close out this special time of year were King of Leon, and two of our favorite funk acts, Trombone Shorty and The Meters. Luckily, photographer Dave Vann was there to soak in the music, and thanks to him, we can check out up-close-and-personal photos of the wonderful performances that heralded in the end of this year’s Jazz Fest. The Meters | Jazz Fest | New Orleans, LA | 5/7/2017 | Photo: Dave Vann Load remaining images Photo: Dave Vann Load remaining imagescenter_img Trombone Shorty | Jazz Fest | New Orleans, LA | 5/7/2017 | Photo: Dave Vann Kings Of Leon | Jazz Fest | New Orleans, LA | 5/7/2017 | Photo: Dave Vann Load remaining imageslast_img read more

Suspended pair given time off by O’Neill

first_img Lafferty and Baird will both miss the visit of Russia on Friday but have been named in a 26-man group with a view to featuring against Israel four days later. And while they will be in Belfast for the next few days, O’Neill does not intend to include them in full training until the first fixture is done and dusted. “With both players there is no real benefit to having them (training) with us now, so we’ll look to bring them in later in the week when the focus turns to the Israel game,” O’Neill told Press Association Sport. Manager Michael O’Neill will allow suspended duo Kyle Lafferty and Chris Baird time away from the squad for the first part of Northern Ireland’s World Cup double header. “That gives the likes of Bairdy and Kyle the chance to see family back here in Belfast. They’re at the stage of the season where two days off and away from it won’t harm them in any way or affect them fitness-wise at all. “It’s always difficult to be involved when you know you can’t play: it’s not great for them and it’s not ideal for the team either.” One man who will be relishing being back involved with the senior side ahead of the Russia match is midfielder Sammy Clingan. He captained an under-strength side in O’Neill’s second game in charge – a 6-0 demolition in Holland – but has been missing from recent squads after an unsettled season at club level. Having decided to leave Coventry at the end of the last campaign he spent the first part of the season without a club and then had an unsatisfactory spell with Doncaster. He is now back in action with Kilmarnock and turning in some impressive performances. “Sammy has had a difficult six or seven months and the club situation has been a bit up and down,” admitted O’Neill. “I encouraged him in coming to Scotland, that it would be a good option to consider and I’ve seen him three times now. I’ve been impressed and he’s getting better and better.” center_img Press Associationlast_img read more