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KC Royals’ Kevin Uhlich to retire from senior VP role

Kansas City Royals Senior Vice President of Business Operations Kevin Uhlich will retire from his role overseeing the business side of the organization after 14 seasons in that position.

The Royals announced on Wednesday that Uhlich’s retirement will become official on October 30, and he’ll transition to a position as special assistant to team chairman and CEO John Sherman.

Uhlich, 63, has spent 44 seasons in Major League Baseball, including a stint as a batboy for the California Angels in 1976.

An Anaheim native, he went on to advance in that organization to positions that included VP of stadium operations, VP of sales, marketing and operations and senior VP of business operations in 2002 (the year they won their only World Series championship).

Before he joined the Royals, Uhlich was the executive VP for the Washington Nationals in 2005 and in 2006.

The Royals hired him on November 7, 2006,

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Miami Senior High football coach Corey Smith killed in shooting at his home

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Corey Smith, the head football coach at Miami Senior High School, was killed Monday morning in a shooting at his own home, according to the Miami Herald. Miami-Dade Police confirmed to the newspaper that an investigation is underway but there are not many public details on what happened yet. According to police, someone else in the house reported gunshots in the home around 9:30 a.m. local time.

Smith coached Miami High for one season, taking them to the regional round in the playoffs and leading them to a 9-4 record. Many in the Florida football community are mourning Smith’s death and taking to social media to write condolences to him and his family. 

Miami Edison football coach Luther Campbell posted a photo on Instagram and wrote, “My condolences goes out to the family of Coach Corey Miami High head coach. RIP.”

“This is a very sad day for the

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HOME INSTEAD SENIOR CARE Attracting and keeping top employees bedrock of company’s service

Quality employees are the bedrock of Home Instead Senior Care, and since its founding in 1996, it has worked to build and strengthen its workforce.



a man sitting on a bench in front of a building: Anne Peters, owner of Home Instead Senior Care, poses for a portrait on July 22, 2020 in Urbandale. Peters has owned Home Instead since 2008, which employs close to 80 staff members and cares for around 600 clients yearly.


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Anne Peters, owner of Home Instead Senior Care, poses for a portrait on July 22, 2020 in Urbandale. Peters has owned Home Instead since 2008, which employs close to 80 staff members and cares for around 600 clients yearly.

Anne Peters bought the franchise, located in Urbandale, in 2008. Home Instead  specializes in companionship, chronic disease management, dementia care, plus more. 

Peters said it is the company’s culture that attracts top employees — 78 responsible for around 600 seniors yearly. Employees go through a 90-day mentorship program dedicated to their professional growth. 

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“We very much have a culture

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Beaches Habitat announces senior home repair program



a group of people sitting around a fire hydrant: Volunteers are shown painting a house as part of Habitat's A Brush with Kindness initiative. Beaches Habitat has launched a similar program to help senior citizens with home repairs.


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Volunteers are shown painting a house as part of Habitat’s A Brush with Kindness initiative. Beaches Habitat has launched a similar program to help senior citizens with home repairs.

Senior homeowners in the Beaches area who are facing financial struggles can get help with home repairs, thanks to a new program from Beaches Habitat. 

Applications will be accepted during the fourth quarter of 2020 for up to $15,000 in home repair or modifications for qualified senior homeowners. The current year’s focus will be on health and safety repairs that allow senior homeowners to age in place safely in their own homes. Applicants must be at least 60 years of age and demonstrate financial need. 

Beaches Habitat is partnering with Beaches Emergency Assistance Ministry (BEAM) to act as the initial point of contact for the program. BEAM will prescreen applicants for referral to Beaches Habitat. Consideration

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