Horoscope: April 3, 2021

first_imgTamia Bankshttps://www.tcu360.com/author/tamia-banks/ ReddIt Linkedin Horoscope: May 1, 2021 Tamia Bankshttps://www.tcu360.com/author/tamia-banks/ Horoscope: April 30, 2021 Horoscope: April 30, 2021 Twitter Horoscope: May 2, 2021 Facebook ReddIt Linkedin Horoscope: April 28, 2021 Horoscope: April 29, 2021 Twitter Tamia Bankshttps://www.tcu360.com/author/tamia-banks/ Horoscope: May 1, 2021 Tamia Bankshttps://www.tcu360.com/author/tamia-banks/ + posts printA baby born today has a Sun in Aries and a Moon in Sagittarius until 4:12 a.m., when the Moon enters Capricorn.HAPPY BIRTHDAY for Saturday, April 3, 2021:Perky, outgoing and headstrong, take advantage of all life has to offer. This year, you accept professional challenges that transform you into a successful team player. Travel looms large in planned activities with friends and family. Avoid spending on credit, and your monetary situation will stabilize and even increase. If single, accept invitations to parties and networking events. If attached, listen to what your partner has to say. SAGITTARIUS provides adventure.The Stars Show the Kind of Day You’ll Have: 5-Dynamic; 4-Positive; 3-Average; 2-So-so; 1-DifficultARIES (March 21-April 19)★★★★Reorganize your home office or the room where you use your devices. Filing is a good place to start. Complete a group project that fell by the wayside. Contact everyone involved. Pick up where you left off. Tonight: Romance awaits.TAURUS (April 20-May 20)★★★Look up a recent news story that piqued your curiosity. This may lead to pursuing an interest in international relations or travel. Discover a meet-up group, book club or lecture that deals with that same topic. Tonight: Dinner invitation.GEMINI (May 21-June 20)★★★★Today brings an unexpected opportunity, so take time to think it over. Keep an open mind since you may have to rearrange your schedule. A family meeting may be in order. Outdoor activities are still on the agenda. Tonight: Video games.CANCER (June 21-July 22)★★★★Passion may be ignited at the drop of a hat. Memories stir up mixed emotions. Express your feelings to someone who understands you deeply. Partners and friends save the day and keep you in check. Tonight: Prepare a gourmet meal.LEO (July 23-Aug. 22)★★★Don’t get sidetracked with errands and chores. Take a walk in a park or garden where you can smell the spring flowers. The more active you are by day, the more relaxed you are later. Tonight: Accept a friendly invitation.VIRGO (Aug. 23-Sept. 22)★★★★Talk to someone who shares your taste in art or music. Arrange a date to attend a concert or visit a museum together. Step up your fitness routine a notch. Remember to drink lots of water. Tonight: Get out the munchies.LIBRA (Sept. 23-Oct. 22)★★★Today is for hanging around the house. Catch up on reading, gardening or any activity you can do at home. Connect with relatives you miss seeing. Prepare a family dinner. Experiment with exotic flavors and spices. Tonight: Old movies and popcorn.SCORPIO (Oct. 23-Nov. 21)★★★★Don’t let setbacks throw you. Take minor annoyances in stride. A positive attitude can change your approach to the day. Neighbors are friendlier than usual. Share a funny story with someone who will crack a smile. Tonight: Care for an animal.SAGITTARIUS (Nov. 22-Dec. 21)★★★It is never too early to save for a vacation. Frugality is not your style, but wise budgeting comes in handy. Visualize a few destinations and research online specials. Aromatic fragrances brighten your home and mood. Tonight: Sample aromatherapy.CAPRICORN (Dec. 22-Jan. 19)★★★★Pamper yourself and take time to look your best. Ask someone for a favor. Speak from your heart and it won’t sound like a demand. Show your appreciation with a meaningful gift that has sentimental value. Tonight: Family game night.AQUARIUS (Jan. 20-Feb. 18)★★★Use downtime to clear mental clutter. If you feel misunderstood, be patient. Make an effort to speak with clarity. Write down your dreams since they may reveal the answer you’ve been looking for. Tonight: Own up to a mistake.PISCES (Feb. 19-March 20)★★★★★Take a break from large groups. A close friend will introduce you to someone with whom you have an instant connection. Take time to get to know each other better and explore common interests. Tonight: Organize a sing along.Born today: Writer Washington Irving (1783), anthropologist Jane Goodall (1934), actor Eddie Murphy (1961) Horoscope: May 2, 2021 Tamia Banks Facebook Horoscope: April 29, 2021 Previous articleHoroscope: April 2, 2021Next articleChanges in COVID-19 guidelines, upcoming Board of Trustees meeting discussed with Faculty Senate Tamia Banks RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHORlast_img read more

U.S. judge blocks release of Georgia woman in Capitol riot

first_imgNASHVILLE, Tenn. (AP) — A Washington, D.C., judge has issued an emergency order preventing the release of a Georgia woman involved in the Jan. 6 riot at the U.S. Capitol. Lisa Eisenhart is accused of breaking into the Capitol with her son, Eric Munchel of Nashville, Tennessee. Both were arrested and are being held in Nashville. In separate hearings, a Nashville judge had ordered them released to home confinement. In an emergency order Tuesday, a federal judge in the District of Columbia blocked Eisenhart’s release and ordered her transported to D.C. The judge issued the same order for Munchel on Sunday.last_img read more

Mr. Rogers on credit unions: Members deserve answers

first_img 48SHARESShareShareSharePrintMailGooglePinterestDiggRedditStumbleuponDeliciousBufferTumblr,Bo McDonald Bo McDonald is president of Your Marketing Co. A marketing firm that started serving credit unions nearly a decade ago, offering a wide range of services including web design, branding, … Web: yourmarketing.co Details “Is there any way I might get washed down the drain when I take a bath?” Fred Rogers answered that question as well as countless others in his neighborhood. He answered concerns about divorce when it was a subject not publicly dealt with, It was only one of several topics deemed too heavy or taboo for children’s programming. When the goldfish we’d watched every day on his show died? Mr. Rogers talked us through it. Sometimes, he even took on questions we might have been afraid to ask. He helped calm our fears during times of war and ease the pain of losing a friend who moved.Mr. Rogers and the staff of his show seemed to do a great deal of research to address the fears of children. The serious, uncomfortable issues adults didn’t want to discuss, or the trivial issues parents might often dismiss or laugh off, Mr. Rogers took seriously. He asked us what our pain points were. Then he offered the best solution he could.How would he handle credit unions? By answering questions. Ask any financial expert why people struggle with money today. One of the top answers will always be the lack of financial knowledge. How can something as easy as basic math be a stumbling block for so many? Because it’s less about math and more about emotion. Whether your bank account is a way for you to keep a roof over your head, pay your bills, or have a trophy for a job well done, money is always personal.Why do credit unions, who use the rallying cry “people helping people,” do such a poor job of answering members’ questions about finance? It doesn’t matter how silly we think they are or how many times we have already covered them. The requests are important to our members and they want to know the answers. We market our products and services using lots of industry lingo, assuming that the consumer already knows the value proposition—and you know what assuming does.Perhaps in 2016, it’s time to take a page out of Mr. Rogers’ playbook. Start a conversation with your members, expecting that they have no idea who you are, or why they should care about your credit union (because, honestly, they probably don’t.)A recent survey asked consumers what they wanted to know about money, but had been too afraid to ask:Why can’t I ever seem to save any money?Why should I pay off my credit card in full each month, when I can just pay the minimum balance?How should I invest my money?I have two loans: one small one at 5% and one large one at 21%. Which one should I pay off first? The small one, right?Will I have enough money to retire?Somebody told me about a great opportunity to make lots of money. Is it a scam?I’m really trying to impress my new girlfriend. Got any ideas for a great cheap date?How will doing XX affect my credit score?How much is my house worth?Why can’t I get a loan when I don’t have a job?Stop overthinking (or underthinking) your marketing message. Start talking in the terms your consumers use. You have the same products (maybe with some variances) other financial institutions have. But, if you begin with answering the basic questions that members have, you become the credible advisor and win their trust and loyalty. Do Mr. Rogers proud. Answer the question.last_img read more

Mr. Norman L. Yocum

first_imgMr. Norman L. Yocum, age 80, of Florence, Indiana, entered this life on December 29, 1937, in Carroll County, Kentucky, the son of the late, William and Beulah May (Clements) Yocum. He was raised in Switzerland County most of his life where he attended school. Norman was united in marriage to Linda Lou Walton and later united in marriage to Joanne Marie (McCormick) Kelley. Norman and Joanne shared 17 years of marriage together until she passed away on May 11, 2012. He was employed as an installer for the Sprint Telephone Company at the Vevay Office, retiring in 2002, after 44 years of service. Norman enjoyed hunting and fishing and will be missed by his family. Norman passed away at 10:35 a.m., Tuesday, January 16, 2018, at his residence in Florence, Indiana. Norman is survived by his sons, Jeff Yocum and his wife: Tammy of Vevay, IN, Darrell Yocum, Sr. of Vevay, IN, Mike Yocum and his wife: Amanda of Rising Sun, IN, David Yocum of East Enterprise, IN and Norman Yocum, Jr. and his wife: Carol of Hanover, IN; his daughters, Shawn Smith and her husband: Charles of Walton, KY and Anita Sullivan and her husband: Roy of Warsaw, KY; his step-sons, William Kelley of Greenwood, IN and Robert A. Kelley, Jr. of Logansport, IN; his step-daughter, Lisa Marie Scroggins of Jeffersonville, IN; his 25-grandchildren and 29-great-grandchildren; his brothers, Paul Yocum of Madison, IN, Duke Yocum and his wife: Jodi of Hanover, IN and Denny Yocum of Chelsea, IN; his sisters, Pearl Konkle of Columbus, OH and Wanda Buress of Chelsea, IN and his numerous nieces and nephews.He was preceded in death by his parents, William and Beulah May (Clements) Yocum; his 1st wife, Linda Lou (Walton) Keith, died March 9, 2009; his 2nd-wife, Joanne Marie (McCormick) Kelley-Yocum, died May 11, 2012; his son, Charles Yocum; his granddaughter, April Yocum; his daughter-in-law, Sheena Alaine (Perry) Yocum, died October 2, 2015; his brothers, Billy and Kenny Yocum and his sister, Mary Jo Copeland.Funeral services will be conducted Monday, January 22, 2018, at 1:00 pm, by Bro. Roy Duckworth at the Haskell & Morrison Funeral Home, 208 Ferry Street Vevay, Indiana 47043. Friends may call 11:00 am – 1:00 pm, Monday, January 22, 2018, at the Haskell & Morrison Funeral Home, 208 Ferry Street Vevay, Indiana 47043. Memorial contributions may be made to the Switzerland County Emergency Response. Cards are available at the funeral home.last_img read more