Greensburg, In. — The Greensburg/Decatur County Chamber of Commerce will hold its annual banquet and membership meeting on Friday, Nov. 16, 2018, at Indiana Grand Racing and Casino. The event features the presentation of the prestigious Don Horan Community Service Leader of the Year Award, considered Decatur County’s most distinguished honor.The Award, which was previously known as the Community Service Award, has been presented annually by the Greensburg/Decatur County Chamber of Commerce since 1975. It was first established in 1961. In 2013, the name of the award was changed in honor of local community-minded philanthropist and business leader Don Horan.Many outstanding contributors to the betterment of Greensburg and Decatur County have won the award as its intent is to honor those who have dedicated themselves to improving life in Greensburg and Decatur County.Other awards presented at the annual banquet include the Entrepreneur of the Year Award and the Chamber’s Small Business Grant presentation of $1,000 to a member in good standing, who has applied and been selected by a committee.Following dinner, the Chamber of Commerce will conduct a brief business meeting and that will be followed by the annual awards presentation.The evening will conclude with entertainment, comedian Steve Soelberg from Salt Lake City, Utah, a regular performer with Dry Bar Comedy, who provides comedy funny for everyone.Registration and cocktails begin at 6 p.m. with dinner scheduled for 6:30 p.m.Tickets are $40 each or a table of 8 seats for $300 when purchased by Wednesday, Nov. 7, 2018. After Nov. 7, the price increases to $50 for an individual ticket and $350 for a table of 8 seats.You may purchase your seats online at www.greensburgchamber.com, then under the events calendar and click on 2018 Annual Awards & Recognition Dinner.Seats may also be purchased by calling the Chamber office at 812-663-2832.Must be 21 years of age to attend.
“There will always be players who want to play more in football, but if a team is to be successful then players have to be available at different times.“I feel in this group we don’t have one bad apple.”Solskjaer enjoyed a dream return to the club he graced as a player when United reeled off a long unbeaten run and knocked Paris Saint-Germain out of the Champions League in 2019.But Solskjaer said he learned more about who he could trust and count on when United stuttered badly at the end of his first season.“When you win, everything is easy. It’s when you hit difficult times that you can see who you want and who has the right mentality,” he said.“We didn’t see that until after Paris, when we went into a bad run.“That’s when I saw who I could build a long-term, successful squad around. You need some egos in football, but it has to be team first.” Share on: WhatsApp Manchester United manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer won’t accept personal agendas London, United Kingdom | AFP | Manchester United manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer has warned his players that “personal agendas” will not be tolerated as he seeks a change of culture at Old Trafford.Solskjaer has overseen a huge turnover in his squad since taking charge in 2018.Romelu Lukaku and Alexis Sanchez were high-profile departures to Inter Milan, while Chris Smalling, Matteo Darmian, Antonio Valencia, Ander Herrera, Ashley Young and Marcos Rojo also left in a mix of permanent and loan deals during that period.Solskjaer is much happier with the current makeup of his squad having recruited a number of young talents in Harry Maguire, Aaron Wan-Bissaka, Daniel James and Bruno Fernandes.But the Norwegian said he would have no qualms about getting rid of another negative influence, even if it meant unbalancing his squad.“Personality is so important. We’re a team in a team environment,” Solskjaer said in an interview with fanzine United We Stand.“You want players to have a bit of ego and edge but they have to be able to adapt. The players started with negative thinking, whereas now it’s positive thinking.“There were other things I didn’t like last year, some personal agendas which couldn’t be sorted out until the summer.