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first_img The Indiana State Police Capitol Police Section is now accepting applications. Individuals who are interested in beginning a rewarding career as a Capitol Police Officer may apply online at http://www.in.gov/isp/2367.htm.  This website will provide a detailed synopsis of the application process as well as information on additional career opportunities with the Indiana State Police Department.Applications must be received via e-mail by 11:59 pm (EDT), on January 8, 2017.  Applications received after the deadline will not be accepted.Basic Eligibility Requirements and consideration factors for a Capitol Police Officer:1. Must be a United States citizen.2. Must be at least 21 years of age when appointed as a police employee.(Appointment date is June 6, 2017)3. Must meet a minimum vision standard (corrected or uncorrected) of 20/50 acuity in each eye and 20/50 distant binocular acuity in both eyes.4. Must possess a valid driver’s license to operate an automobile.5. Must be a high school graduate as evidenced by a diploma or General Equivalency Diploma (GED).The starting salary for a Capitol Police Section Probationary Officer is $35,598.00 a year.  The Indiana State Police Capitol Police Section also offers an excellent health care plan, which includes medical, dental, vision and pharmacy coverage for both current and retired employees, along with their families.  The State maintains short-term and long-term disability plans for full time employees after six (6) months of continuous employment.  As an Indiana State Police Capitol Police Officer, you are automatically enrolled in the Public Employees Retirement Fund (PERF).  The State will contribute to your retirement account.Interested applicants can obtain additional information about a career as a Capitol Police Officer by visiting http://www.in.gov/isp/2367.htm.FacebookTwitterCopy LinkEmailSharelast_img

first_imgBy LESLEY GRAHAMWednesday night at Ocean City’s turf stadium, the usual sights and sounds of a Friday night football game were taking place.Coaches debating calls, primetime plays, the joys of victory and the agony of defeat. But this wasn’t any ordinary high school football game. Instead, the third annual Ocean City High School Powderpuff football game pitted high school juniors versus seniors in an all-girl showing for who would be crowned queen of the turf.The Key Club, a service-oriented club at the high school that provides opportunities for students to get involved in the community while volunteering their time, hosted the game.Red Team (Seniors) “Gym Class Heroes.”Five teams participated, while current OCHS football players served as student coaches, helping guide their teams to wins, and the occasional loss. It was a round robin style tournament with each team meeting once and then the top two seeded teams playing for the 2020 title.Meeting in the championship game was the senior team “Hot Shots” and the juniors “Nothing but Defense.”  In a hotly contested championship, “Nothing but Defense” lived up to its name, creating turnovers and taking the glittering football trophy and bragging rights for the year.Junior quarterback Olivia Vanesko was thrilled playing in and winning the championship.“It felt awesome playing in the championship. We came up with some strategies and used our strengths to beat a very athletic senior team and take the title,” Vanesko said.Blue Team (Seniors) “Puff and Stuff.”Ashley Schmid, advisor to the Key Club, was grateful so many members of the school community came together to make the event possible.Schmid also took a moment to thank the Key Club executive board for its tireless effort.“I’m extremely proud of my president senior Vanessa Karayiannis and vice president Grace Gleason for organizing the event. They will be missed next year,” Schmid said.Pink Team (Seniors) “Hot Shots.”With a limited number of school functions taking place this year due to the pandemic, Schmid wanted to make sure there was a safe and fun opportunity for the kids to feel a sense of normalcy.Senior Chelsea Stack was grateful for the chance to play, despite not winning.“It was great to have an event back from last year to make life seem normal again. Even though we didn’t win, I know we were all just grateful to be able to play,” Stack said.Black Team (Juniors) “Nothing but Defense,” the Powderpuff champions.Athletic Director Geoff Haines and Assistant Principal Jerry Brown served as referees for the games, John Bruno did a fantastic job announcing with additional play-by-play color commentary, and a number of high school teachers, administrators and staff helped pull the event together.“I love this event because of how many people it involves: the players, the assistant coaches (football players), the coaches (teachers), Key Club volunteers, administration, and the fans,” Schmid said. “The girls look forward to this event every year, and it’s great to see how happy it makes them. It also feels good knowing we are helping out local families by donating the proceeds to Waves of Caring.”The event raised over $250 for the local organization Waves of Caring as well as Key Club senior scholarships.Purple Team (Juniors). From left, presenting the fundraising check for Waves of Caring are Advisor Ashley Schmid, Assistant Principal/Referee Jerry Brown, Key Club President Vanessa Karayiannis, Vice President Grace Gleason and Athletic Director/Referee Geoff Haines.last_img

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