continue reading » 8SHARESShareShareSharePrintMailGooglePinterestDiggRedditStumbleuponDeliciousBufferTumblr “A study finds that men are far more motivated than women to retire so they can spend time with their spouses,” notes a recent article in The Wall Street Journal.A Fidelity survey reveals about 60% of men wanted to retire so they could spend additional time with a spouse.Meanwhile, 71% of women look forward to retirement to spend additional time with grandchildren.Retirement decisions are based on a variety of factors, from a desire to spend more time with family, aspirations to travel, or to exploration of untapped interests.
When open: Store hours are from 7:30 a.m. to 6 p.m. Monday – Friday and 7:30 a.m. to 4 p.m. on Saturdays. by Tracy McCue, Sumner Newscow â€” A shipment of over 200 live Christmas trees have been delivered from the state of Michigan to Mill Creek Lumber at 623 E. 16th Street in Wellingtonâ€¦ and these are beauties.Shipped with some northern Michigan snow, a large selection of Frasier Fir, Douglas Fir, Grand Fir, Concolor (White) Fir and Scotch Pines arrived on the doorstep at the Wellington’s Mill Creek Sunday evening and are now ready for sale.The trees range from five to 10 feet.Mill Creek General Manager Brandon Earl shows off a “kissing” ball as part of the many Christmas decorative items on sale at the Wellington store.Mill Street will give you the ultimate full service treatment. Not only will they give the tree a fresh cut, but they will bale it and load it on your truck ready for you to take home.This is part of the many Christmas items, Mill Creek Lumber is selling. Check out the Christmas wreaths, garland, kissing balls and wood reindeer to decorate your home.Zippo hand warmerAnd while you are at it, ask about the Zippo Hand Warmer which after enduring the frigid weather this past week is a great, great stocking stuffer. See information here: http://zippooutdoor.com/golf-blogger-zippo-hand-warmer-review/ Call them: 620-326-2083. E-mail them: [email protected] Fax them: 620-326-2004. Check out Mill Creekâ€™s Facebook page at: https://www.facebook.com/millcreeklumber/timeline
Authorities are reporting that a Florida man claimed that he attempted to break into a home because his horse got into the homeowner’s yard.The incident occurred Thursday at a home in Pasco County.The homeowner identified as Steve Ferguson told authorities that he caught the suspect, Lonnie Maddox, breaking into his home and confronted him. Maddox told Ferguson that it was actually his horse who broke into the home and that he was only trying to get her.When authorities arrived, Maddox then told them that the horse wandered into Ferguson’s yard through a broken fence so he went after it. Once inside the yard Maddox says he became curious about the inside of the home because he was considering renting it.Surveillance video from the home shows Maddox walking around the home with the horse. Maddox then tries to get into the home through the front door but when he was unsuccessful, he then breaks a window.Authorities found the horse several blocks away from the home but it was later discovered that the horse did not belong to Maddox.The horse has since been returned to it’s rightful owner while Maddox was taken into custody and charged with burglary of a dwelling.
18 Oct 2012 English Champion Ellis in revamped Boys Squad English Champion Harry Ellis and Under 16 Champion Jake Storey have been included in an 11-strong England Boys training squad for 2012 and 2013. The squad also includes Bobby Keeble, runner-up the Under 18 Championship, and Jack Hermeston, the 2011 Under 16 Champion. The complete boys squad is: Robert Burlison (Oxley Park, Staffordshire), Harry Ellis (Meon Valley, Hampshire, IoW & CI), Jack Hermeston (City of Newcastle, Northumberland), Bobby Keeble (Abridge, Essex), Cameron Massey (Chorlton cum Hardy, Cheshire), Bradley Moore (Kedleston Park, Derbyshire), Marco Penge (Worthing, Sussex), Jack Singh-Brar (Brokenhurst Manor, Hampshire, IoW & CI), Jake Storey (Alnmouth, Northumberland), Ashton Turner (Kenwick Park, Lincolnshire), and Nick Ward (Brocket Hall, Hertfordshire). Ellis 17 (image copyright Tom Ward), became the youngest English Champion when he won the title at Silloth-on-Solway in early August when still 16 years old. An under 16 cap, he made his full England debut in the recent Home Internationals, while he also represented GB&I against Europe in the Jacques Leglise Trophy and was a member of the victorious team in the Canadian International Junior Challenge. Storey, 16, won the English Under 16 Championship for the McGregor Trophy at Trevose in Cornwall and has since become an under 16 international, making his debut in the recent match with Scotland. Keeble, 17, lost a playoff for the English Under 18 Championship for the Carris Trophy which brought an England debut in the Boys Home Internationals. He followed that with second place in the South of England Boys Championship. Hermeston won the English Under 16 Championship at South Moor in County Durham in 2011 when he also finished runner-up in the Scottish Under 16 Championship and third in the English Schools Championship. He was capped at Under 16 level and recently he finished runner-up in the Italian under 16 Championship and third in the North of England Under 16 Championship. Burlison, 17, is an under 16 cap who stepped up to a boy international this year. Runner-up in the South of England Boys Championship for the past two years, he was a member of last year’s England Boy Squad and tied seventh in the Junior County Champions Tournament this year. Massey, 17, is another under 16 cap who finished fifth in the Sir Henry Cooper Junior Masters this year and was a member of the winning England team in the recent Canadian International Junior Challenge. Moore, 15, was last year’s English Under 14 Champion and has been an under 16 international for the past two years. This season he has finished fourth in the McEvoy Trophy, fifth in the European Young Masters in Hungary and was another member of the victorious team in Canada. Penge, 14, made his debut as an England under 16 international recently against Spain and also played in the winning teams against Wales and Scotland. The Sussex lad also won the Hazards Salver for the best performance by a player aged under 16 at the Carris Trophy. Singh Brar, 15, has been capped at under 16 and boys levels in the past two years. He was the 2011 recipient of the Hazards Salver and a joint winner of the Junior County Champions Tournament. This year, he helped England win the Boys Home Internationals and was a member of the Hampshire, Isle of Wight and Channel Islands in the Boys County Finals. Turner, 16, another capped at under 16 and boys levels, has enjoyed a successful season in which he finished fourth on the Titleist/FootJoy England Golf Boys Order of Merit. He won the Junior County Champions Tournament after winning the Lincolnshire Boys Championship, finished fourth in the McGregor Trophy, won five of his six games in the Boys Home Internationals and represented GB&I in the Jacques Leglise Trophy. Ward, 17, is another under 16 cap. A former Hertfordshire Champion, he was a member of the winning team in the Boys County Championship in 2010, while this year he won the South East Boys Qualifying, was fourth in the Welsh Open Youths Championship and equal fifth in the South of England Boys Championship.