Shelburne, VT Rachel Lee, President of Armistead Caregiver Services, has been presented a $20,000.00 grant from the Eileen Fisher Company. The award to Armistead, one of five $20,000.00 Eileen Fisher Grants, was the only award given to a for-profit business. Armistead was singled out from over 250 other for-profit applicants nationally. The grant, for growth and development, will aid Armistead in service expansion to Addison and Franklin Counties. Armistead provides non-medical caregiver services to the elderly and adults with disabilities.I was really impressed that Eileen Fisher chose to award money to a for-profit business and, specifically, a business owned by a woman, says Lee. Ms. Fisher, President and owner of a successful womens clothing line, developed the grants as a means of promoting the growth of fledgling businesses and non-profit organizations that promote the health, independence and empowerment of women.The Eileen Fisher 20th Anniversary Grants were presented on October 20th at a luncheon in the home of Ms. Fisher in Irvington, New York.
Event of the selection of the best players of the league competitions under the auspices of the Football Association of Bosnia and Herzegovina (BiH) was held on Sunday evening in the Hotel “Terme” in Ilidza suburb.The best player of BH Telecom Premier League of BiH for the 2018/19 season is the attacker of Sarajevo Mersudin Ahmetovic. The coaches and captains of our elite football clubs’ clubs gave the highest number of votes to Ahmetovic, who left Milos Filipovic from Zrinjski and Drazen Bagaric from Siroki Brijeg behind him.Mersudin Ahmetovic is the fifth player who received this award, and before him, the award was given to Wagner Santos Lago, Zajko Zeba, Miroslav Stevanovic and Goran Zakaric.The best goalkeeper of the Premier League is Vladan Kovacevic from FC Sarajevo.The best scorer in this season is Sulejman Krpic from FC Zeljeznicar who scored 16 goals.Husref Musemic was named the best coach.The best player of the Women’s League of Bosnia and Herzegovina this year is Selma Kapetanovic from SFK 2000 Sarajevo, while the award for the best goalkeeper won by Elma Kundic from the Iskra Bugojno, News Agency Patria reports.