Summer camps in Maine struggle to find camp counselors amid high demand

Summer camps in Maine struggle to find camp counselors amid high demand

School’s out and Maine’s summer camp season is in full swing, but this year, it’s not all friendship bracelets and swimming. “We have about 70 staff right now, which, if you looked at it purely numbers-wise, it looks like we’re perfectly on target, but we have a waitlist with hundreds of people on it and … Read more

Coca-Cola sales surge as crowds return to music, sports venues | Food News

Sales at Coca-Cola surged 16 percent, offsetting rising costs and the beverage maker’s exit from Russia. Sales at Coca-Cola surged 16 percent during the first quarter as crowds returned to movie theaters, music venues and sports stadiums, offsetting rising input costs for the company and the suspension of operations in Russia. Coca-Cola was among the … Read more

Asia Rugby confirms temporary membership suspension for Sri Lanka

By Shamseer Jaleel Asia Rugby (AR) Executive Committee (EXCO) at a recently concluded meeting in Phuket, Thailand has discussed SLR President Rizly Ilyas at length the opposite positions of the Ministry of Youth Affairs and Sports, and the National Olympic Committee (NOC) in relation to the suspension of the Sri Lankan Rugby (SLR). This discussion … Read more

Rwanda: Basketball Has Helped Me Deal With Genocide Wounds, Says Mugabe

FORMER national basketball team captain, Aristide Mugabe, says Basketball has healed him cope with the wounds of the 1994 Genocide against Tutsi. Over a million innocent people lost their lives in the tragedy. Rwanda has produced quite a number of very talented basketball players over the years and one of those is Aristide Mugabe. He … Read more