The chefs of Plava Laguna arrived at the Italian kindergarten “Vrtuljak” Umag to prepare a small show together with the principal and educators and popularize their profession.”In kindergarten, we have been focused on a healthy diet for years. After many years of cooperation with a local company for catering and tourism, we use the opportunity to introduce children to the culinary profession and to interest them in catering. Encouraged by numerous culinary shows in which the chefs of the TV star, we decided to organize a famous culinary show in kindergarten “321 – cook!” In which the children had the task of preparing a fruit salad. 60 children divided into six groups of 10 competed to cut the fruit better and season the fruit salad, “Points out the director of the Italian kindergarten” Vrtuljak “Umag Ondina Šimičić.In doing so, they learned about what is healthy food, how to eat healthy, what part of the day what to eat and how to prepare healthy meals. All the knowledge was shared with them by the chefs of Plava Laguna, Mladen Fabić and Gospava Bačić, as part of the company’s socially responsible business. Namely, there is already a traditional cooperation between Umag kindergartens and Umag hotels, which continued this year as well.Over the past few months, Hotel Sol Garden Istra has been visited by more than a hundred children enrolled in Croatian and Italian kindergartens, and in the next few weeks, Blue Lagoon chefs will visit kindergartens and thus contribute to the popularization of their profession from an early age. We are also facing the final gala party for all preschoolers. “This kind of collaboration is really great. For many, this is their first contact with a hotel, and for many, someone in the family works in Umag’s hotels, camps, apartments. That is why building a quality relationship from an early age is very important to us because we want to be strongly present in the community in which we operate. In addition, in the time in which we live, it is important to emphasize that dealing with tourism and hospitality is a valuable and important profession, and with effort and work on yourself, can be very attractive.”, They point out from the Blue Lagoon.Tourism is much more than earnings, especially in the context of a positive impact on the local environment. Well done to the Blue Lagoon, and I hope that such a positive example will be followed by other tourist companies.
The Batesville Boys U14 Soccer Team captured there League and Tournament Championships. Sponsored by Cooks Performance and Coached by Mike Daulton and Dave Gutzwiller.Courtesy of Dave Gutzwiller.
Week 14 Standard Rankings:Quarterback | Running Back | Wide Receiver | Tight End | D/ST | KickerA couple backs moving down PPR rankings are Dion Lewis (@ Jaguars) and Josh Adams (@ Cowboys). Lewis has only had 13 carries compared to Derrick Henry’s 18 the past two weeks, and even worse, he’s had three or fewer targets in three of the past four games. Adams, while excelling as a runner with 20-plus carries the past two games, seems to have once again ceded receiving back duties, getting only one target in that span after six in Week 11. The return of Darren Sproles only figures to hurt him more in that department. These factors, along with tough matchups, have both Lewis and Adams tumbling down PPR rankings despite still having a healthy amount of upside.Reminder: Check back for updates throughout the week. And for analysis of key players, check out our standard RB rankings for Week 14. MORE DFS: Rankings | DFS10Aaron Jones, Packers vs. Falcons11Austin Ekeler, Chargers vs. Bengals12Nick Chubb, Browns vs. Panthers13Gus Edwards, Ravens @ Chiefs14Leonard Fournette, Jaguars @ Titans15James White, Patriots @ Dolphins16Lamar Miller, Texans vs. Colts17Spencer Ware, Chiefs vs. Ravens18Dalvin Cook, Vikings @ Seahawks19Jaylen Samuels, Steelers @ Raiders20Mark Ingram, Saints @ Buccaneers21Adrian Peterson, Redskins vs. Giants22Sony Michel, Patriots @ Dolphins23LeSean McCoy, Bills vs. Jets24LeGarrette Blount, Lions @ Cardinals25Isaiah Crowell, Jets @ Bills26Marlon Mack, Colts @ Texans27Kenyan Drake, Dolphins vs. Patriots28Jeff Wilson Jr., 49ers vs. Broncos29Tevin Coleman, Falcons @ Packers30Dion Lewis, Titans vs. Jaguars31Duke Johnson Jr., Browns vs. Panthers32Chris Thompson, Redskins vs. Giants33Doug Martin, Raiders vs. Steelers34Chris Carson, Seahawks vs. Vikings35Josh Adams, Eagles @ Cowboys36Peyton Barber, Buccaneers vs. Saints37Justin Jackson, Chargers vs. Bengals38Jordan Howard, Bears vs. Rams39Jalen Richard, Raiders vs. Steelers40Theo Riddick, Lions @ Cardinals41Nyheim Hines, Colts @ Texans42Elijah McGuire, Jets @ Bills43Royce Freeman, Broncos @ 49ers44Frank Gore, Dolphins vs. Patriots45Derrick Henry, Titans vs. Jaguars46Corey Clement, Eagles @ Cowboys47Ito Smith, Falcons @ Packers48Stevan Ridley, Steelers @ Raiders49Giovani Bernard, Bengals @ Chargers50Darren Sproles, Eagles @ Cowboys51Alfred Morris, 49ers vs. Broncos52Rashaad Penny, Seahawks vs. Vikings53T.J. Yeldon, Jaguars @ Titans54Kenneth Dixon, Ravens @ Chiefs55Rex Burkhead, Patriots @ Dolphins56Jacquizz Rodgers, Buccaneers vs. Saints57Latavius Murray, Vikings @ Seahawks58Alfred Blue, Texans vs. Colts59Damien Williams, Chiefs vs. Ravens60Carlos Hyde, Jaguars @ Titans61Jamaal Williams, Packers vs. Falcons62Chris Ivory, Bills vs. Jets63Mike Davis, Seahawks vs. Vikings64Jordan Wilkins, Colts @ Texans WEEK 14 PPR RANKINGS: Wide receiver | Tight endWeek 14 Fantasy PPR Rankings: RBsThese rankings are for PPR leagues1Christian McCaffrey, Panthers @ Browns2Alvin Kamara, Saints @ Buccaneers3Phillip Lindsay, Broncos @ 49ers4Saquon Barkley, Giants @ Redskins5Todd Gurley, Rams @ Bears6Ezekiel Elliott, Cowboys vs. Eagles7David Johnson, Cardinals vs. Lions8Joe Mixon, Bengals @ Chargers9Tarik Cohen, Bears vs. Rams Our Week 14 fantasy PPR RB rankings are more of a work in progress than usual. Injuries to Melvin Gordon, James Conner, Kerryon Johnson, Matt Breida, and Chris Carson would have a bigger effect on PPR rankings than standard rankings. When players like the aforementioned workhorses get hurt, teams usually replace them with two backs — one for running, one for receiving. While the pass-catching backs have hit-or-miss non-PPR value, they often qualify as sleepers in PPR leagues, and the early-down backs still have FLEX value simply because they usually get more touches and are more likely to punch in a short touchdown.If all of the above backs are active this week, guys like Theo Riddick, Austin Ekeler, and even Jeff Wilson Jr. could still function as FLEX options, but all have significantly less value. Someone like Mike Davis, who could be used as merely a receiving back or as a featured back, would go from nothing to something in a hurry. Ditto for Pittsburgh’s Jaylen Samuels, who’s actually TE-eligible in Yahoo leagues.