Over 100 members of the community attended the first ever meeting of the Cloughaneely Language Planning Forum Halla Fionnáin, Falcarragh on Tuesday last.The forum has being established to help the language planning committee in their efforts to implement the local Irish-language plan.Under the direction of the facilitator, Páraic Mac Donncha, the forum made a number of key decisions as regards the direction the language planning process and it is hoped to put implement the recommendations made at the meeting over the next year. Representatives from many of the area’s community and voluntary groups, organisations sports clubs and businesses attended the forum.There was robust debate and many innovative opinions and recommendations were put forward.Among the actions decided on at the meeting was the implementation of a signage system in local businesses so as customers and visitors know where services in Irish are available.The creation of a forum for young people was also discussed, where they can decide on what social activities should be provided for them in Irish, and the creation of parent and toddlers groups in Irish. Committee members hard at work at the inaugral meeting of the Cloughaneeely Language Planning Forum in Falcarragh on Tuesday night last. Photo Clive WassonAoife Nic an Iomaire taking notes at the inaugral meeting of the Cloughaneeely Language Planning Forum in Falcarragh on Tuesday night last. Photo Clive WassonTom Feeney, Eddie Curran and John Fitzgerald at the inaugral meeting of the Cloughaneeely Language Planning Forum in Falcarragh on Tuesday night last. Photo Clive WassonMicheal Mac Aoidh, Paraic Mac Donncha and Bearnai O Gallchoir at the inaugral meeting of the Cloughaneeely Language Planning Forum in Falcarragh on Tuesday night last. Photo Clive WassonThe packed hall at the inaugral meeting of the Cloughaneeely Language Planning Forum in Falcarragh on Tuesday night last. Photo Clive WassonCommittee members, Máire Nic Fhearraigh, Máire Ni Bhaoil, Mary Cassidy, Caitlin Uí Lafferty and Mary Nic Phadein at the inaugral meeting of the Cloughaneeely Language Planning Forum in Falcarragh on Tuesday night last. Photo Clive WassonPáraic Mac Donncha, The Facilitator at the inaugral meeting of the Cloughaneeely Language Planning Forum in Falcarragh on Tuesday night last. Photo Clive WassonCarmeal and Eibhlín Curran at the inaugral meeting of the Cloughaneeely Language Planning Forum in Falcarragh on Tuesday night last. Photo Clive WassonCaitríona Ní Cheallaigh at the inaugral meeting of the Cloughaneeely Language Planning Forum in Falcarragh on Tuesday night last. Photo Clive WassonBearnaí Ó Gallchóir, Chairperson of Cloughaneely Language Planning at the inaugral meeting of the Cloughaneeely Language Planning Forum in Falcarragh on Tuesday night last. Photo Clive WassonPaul Bonnar and Manus Ó Ceallaigh in discussion at the inaugral meeting of the Cloughaneeely Language Planning Forum in Falcarragh on Tuesday night last. Photo Clive WassonTommy Francis speaking at the event at the inaugral meeting of the Cloughaneeely Language Planning Forum in Falcarragh on Tuesday night last. Photo Clive WassonMicheal Mac Aoidh, the Language planning officer for Cloughaneely at the inaugral meeting of the Cloughaneeely Language Planning Forum in Falcarragh on Tuesday night last. Photo Clive WassonThe Facilitator, Páraic Mac Donncha who oversaw the event at the inaugral meeting of the Cloughaneeely Language Planning Forum in Falcarragh on Tuesday night last. Photo Clive Wasson Delight as Cloughaneely Language Forum hold first ever meeting – Pic Special was last modified: March 2nd, 2019 by Shaun KeenanShare this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pocket (Opens in new window)Click to share on Telegram (Opens in new window)Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window)Click to share on Skype (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new window) Tags:CloughaneelyCloughaneely Language Planning Forum
Share This!©Rikki NiblettHollywood & Vine is getting in the fun spooky spirit, with its Minnie’s Halloween Dine at Disney’s Hollywood Studios. During this character meal, Minnie is hosting a Halloween celebration and she’s inviting her friends to come dressed in their most festive costumes!There will also be a special Halloween-inspired buffet. Dishes will include spiced pumpkin patch soup, Kraken squid ink pasta and vampire-repelling garlic mashed potatoes. For dessert, enjoy spider-web coconut macaroons, worms and dirt Oreo cups and pumpkin cheesecake.Minnie’s Halloween is now available for both lunch and dinner. Breakfast is now the only meal where you can experience the Disney Junior Play ‘n’ Dine meal which includes fun moments with favorite Disney Junior pals like Jake from Jake and the Neverland Pirates, Sofia the First, Doc McStuffins and Handy Manny.Minnie’s Halloween Dine will last until November 5.
An artist’s impression of Durban Stadium. (Image: City of Durban. For more free photos, visit the image library.)The second phase of ticket sales for the 2010 Fifa World Cup kicked off on Monday 4 May, with some 100 000 tickets up for grabs. These exclude tickets for the tournament’s two semifinals and the final – matches 61, 62 and 64.From this phase onwards tickets will be allocated on a first-come, first-served basis. Applications can be made at First National Bank (FNB) branches or via the Fifa website.South Africans applying for tickets at FNB branches will have to present a valid form of identification, and foreigners their passport. Those applying on behalf of friends or family will have to provide the details of these persons, including their identity numbers, names, dates of birth and nationality.Individual ticket applications are limited to up to four tickets per match, and up to seven matches in total, with prices starting at US$20 (R140). Applicants will be informed within 10 working days whether or not their application has been fully or partly successful.Tickets will be ready for collection at the Fifa venue ticketing centres from April 2010 onwards.For more information e-mail [email protected] or fax +41 43222 6800.Confederations Cup 2009Meanwhile, some 320 000 tickets are still available for the 2009 Fifa Confederations Cup, which runs from 14 to 28 June.To help boost ticket sales in South Africa, four ticketing centres have been set up in the tournament’s host cities of Johannesburg, Pretoria, Bloemfontein and Rustenburg. They are open from 9am to 6pm, seven days a week, and can be found at:Johannesburg: Sandton Isle, corner of Rivonia Road and Linden Street, SandownPretoria: Brooklyn Mall, corner of Middel and Fehrsen Streets, New MuckleneukBloemfontein: Lochlogan Waterfront Mall, corner of Charles Street and First AvenueRustenburg: Waterfall Mall, 1 Augrabies AvenueFrom 11 May, South Africans will also be able to buy Confederations Cup tickets by calling the Fifa ticketing call centre on 083 2010 010.Also from 11 May, four ticket collection points, two each in Johannesburg and Pretoria, will be provided in the following FNB branches:Johannesburg: Eastgate Shopping Centre, GardenviewJohannesburg: Maponya Mall, Old Potchefstroom Road, Klipspruit, KliptownPretoria: Sunny Park, corner of Esselen and Trevenna Road, SunnysidePretoria: Hatfield, Hillcrest Boulevard Shopping Centre, Lynwood RoadThese collection points will be open during normal FNB trading hours.At all locations customers need to bring their:Credit card (if they used the card to buy tickets via www.Fifa.com)Ticket purchase card from their hard ticket application form (if they used the paper application form to purchase tickets)Proof of identity to confirm they are the person who ordered the ticketsDo you have queries or comments about this article? Email Mary Alexander at [email protected] articlesNo swine flu threat to Confed CupNo power cuts in 2010Ticketing centres for Confed CupFrom Finland to SA’s Fifa CupWorld Cup ticket frenzy Useful linksFifaFirst National BankSouth Africa 2010SouthAfrica.info – 2010
Posted on 14th July 2016Digital Marketing FacebookshareTwittertweetGoogle+share Related postsLytics now integrates with Google Marketing Platform to enable customer data-informed campaigns14th December 2019The California Consumer Privacy Act goes live in a few short weeks — Are you ready?14th December 2019ML 2019121313th December 2019Global email benchmark report finds email isn’t dead – it’s essential13th December 20192019 benchmark report: brand vs. non-brand traffic in Google Shopping12th December 2019Keep your LinkedIn advertising strategy focused in 202012th December 2019 HomeDigital MarketingMarketing Day: The Pokémon Go craze, Amazon Prime Day results & more Here’s our recap of what happened in online marketing today, as reported on Marketing Land and other places across the web.From Marketing Land:Marketers look to climb aboard the Pokémon Go phenomenonJul 13, 2016 by Barry LevineA week since its launch, the game of finding imaginary creatures in the real world has turned augmented reality into a major marketing tool.Amazon avoids a #PrimeDayFail on social media this yearJul 13, 2016 by Matt McGeeDespite minor ordering problems, most of the social conversation around Amazon’s Prime Day this year was positive.Amazon’s competitors saw a boost from Prime Day, tooJul 13, 2016 by Ginny MarvinE-commerce retailers saw traffic and conversion rate lifts on Prime Day as more shoppers came online to buy.Don’t call it a “geofence.” UberMedia introduces the “Optimal GeoSpace”Jul 13, 2016 by Greg SterlingCompany’s dynamic targeting is based on actual foot traffic patterns throughout the day and is specific to each location.Prime Day the “biggest day ever” for Amazon and its Alexa devicesJul 13, 2016 by Greg SterlingAmazon Echo sold massively, and according to the company, there was one v-commerce purchase per second.A brief introduction to data visualization theory for marketersJul 13, 2016 by Paul ShapiroWe marketers work with a lot of data, but how can we present these data in an easily understandable way? Check out this primer on data visualization by columnist Paul Shapiro.Contribution margin: How to tell if your marketing makes centsJul 13, 2016 by Jacob BaadsgaardIs your marketing making you money or losing it? Columnist Jacob Baadsgaard explains how determining and tracking your contribution margin can help your marketing initiatives remain profitable.How retailers are getting mobile engagement wrongJul 13, 2016 by Josh ToddHow can retailers overcome their challenges with mobile? Columnist Josh Todd shares what they’re doing wrong and how they can turn things around.Changing the Cannes conversation: Creativity isn’t enoughJul 13, 2016 by Ben BarokasWhile columnist Ben Barokas agrees that creativity is one key ingredient of a solution to ad blocking, his dispatch from Cannes argues for a more holistic approach.FTC spanks Warner Brothers for failure to disclose social influencer paymentsJul 12, 2016 by Greg SterlingThe company paid YouTube and social media influencers to promote a video game to their audiences without revealing that the content was sponsored.Mozilla envisions a new kind of crowd-sourced content recommendationJul 12, 2016 by Barry LevineThe goal of its new Context Graph project: Help users find useful content, based on what other users have found useful for that topic.Recent Headlines From Search Engine Land, Our Sister Site Dedicated To Search News & Information:Google expansion of Local Inventory Ad product search now live in Maps and knowledge panelsMoz shows you the faster way to find duplicate local business listingsHow to conjure big PPC profits with a few hundred dollarsSuffered a rankings drop? Use this checklist to diagnose whyOnline Marketing News From Around The Web:AnalyticsAre Marketers Satisfied With How They’re Using Data?, www.marketingprofs.comBig Data Analytics Success Depends on These 3 Ingredients, www.cmswire.comWhat is predictive analytics and how could you use it?, www.econsultancy.comBlogs & Blogging11 Things You Must Do After Publishing a New Blog Post, www.searchenginejournal.comBlog or vlog?, yoast.comHow to Get Your Readership Involved and Grow Your Audience with Community Challenges, www.problogger.netBusiness IssuesGoogle acquires team behind website sharing app Kifi, shutting it down soon, venturebeat.comVine isn’t growing and most of its top executives have left, www.recode.netContent Marketing5 Content Marketing Ideas for August 2016, www.practicalecommerce.com6 Musts for Legal Content Marketing, www.thunderactive.comA B2B Content Marketing Case Study: Presentation for the Boston Marketo User Group, www.komarketingassociates.comAre You Guilty Of Allowing Good Content To Rot?, www.searchenginepeople.comHow publishers wring new value from old content, digiday.comThe Best Way to Get Your Brand Message Out in a Noisy World, www.convinceandconvert.comConversion OptimizationHow The Halo Effect Affects Optimization (the Good, the Bad, and the Ugly), conversionxl.comHow to Get Top Management Buy-in for a Conversion Rate Optimization Program, vwo.comCopywriting, Design & UsabilityA Guide to Writing Better Business Documents, www.distilled.netHow to Add Custom Styles to the WordPress Visual Editor, www.wpexplorer.comHow to Design Your Site Like Airbnb, blog.crazyegg.comDomainingCompanies still love descriptive .com domains, domainnamewire.comE-Commerce9 Ecommerce Conversion Optimization Tactics That’ll Earn You Bags of Money, company-enterprise.myshopify.comAmazon has reduced Alexa’s mistakes in completing tasks by a factor of 2, venturebeat.comEmail MarketingEmail Marketing Automation, Without Turning Subscribers Off, blogs.constantcontact.comEmail Marketing Gets a Boost From … Louis CK?, www.cmswire.comEmail Newsletters Hit a Speed Bump: Inaccurate Open Rates, adage.comThe Benefits of Email Templates (and How to Use Them), movableink.comGeneral Internet Marketing5 Ways to Win with Web Personalization, blog.marketo.comBeyond Digital Marketing: Lessons from Digital Business Innovators, www.cmswire.comThe 10 Best-Perceived Brands Among Consumers in 2016 (So Far), www.adweek.comInternet Marketing IndustryKenshoo Appoints Digital Marketing Veteran Vince Cortese As CRO, kenshoo.comMarTech7 Ways Technology Can Make You a Smarter Content Marketer, contentmarketinginstitute.comCommissioned Survey from Persado Shows Marketers Turning to Automation to Improve Customer Engagement, www.martechadvisor.comHot Trends in Marketing Automation You Need to Know, www.marketingprofs.comMobile/Local MarketingFacebook lifts the veil on its mobile device testing lab, techcrunch.comFacebook’s Oregon data center has a lab with nearly 2,000 smartphones to test its apps, venturebeat.comHangouts for Android will add video messaging feature that’s been on iOS version for months, venturebeat.comMobile marketing strategy: Four key charts from our latest research, econsultancy.comUse These Methods to Get Your Mobile Ads Seen, www.tune.comOther ItemsYahoo Sports & Finance Get a New Look, yahoo.tumblr.comSocial Media6 Browser Extensions for Busy Social Media Marketers, www.socialmediaexaminer.comFacebook, Twitter, And Breaking News’ Special Relationship, www.buzzfeed.comHow Brands Can Adjust To Facebook’s Big Algorithm Change, www.socialmediaexplorer.comInstagram’s algorithmic feed is the worst thing to happen to me all summer, techcrunch.comInstagram’s most-liked picture is a Coca-Cola ad with Selena Gomez, digiday.comOh No! Did Facebook Just Kill Unpaid Marketing Content?, smallbiztrends.comSmart Monetization for Publishers in a Facebook Instant Articles Era, www.adweek.comSnapchat for B2B: Examples of Brands in Action, Best Practices & Tips, www.toprankblog.comUltimate Facebook Ad Types Cheat Sheet, www.wordstream.comWhy You Should Switch to an Instagram Business Account, blogs.constantcontact.comWSJ Standing Back in Wary Approach to Facebook, adage.comVideoA Beginner’s Guide to Creating Video Content, www.marketingprofs.comEssential Tools and Tactics for Video on Social, www.newswhip.comFacebook Expands Video Engagement Custom Audiences; Get the Skinny, 3qdigital.comInstagram Is Inspiring Marketers to Make Square-Shaped Videos for Facebook, www.adweek.comWhat The Future Of Online News Video Looks Like, www.newswhip.comFrom our sponsors: Marketing Day: The Pokémon Go craze, Amazon Prime Day results & more Marketing Day: The Pokémon Go craze, Amazon Prime Day results & moreYou are here:
One man is in jail after a car chase in north Columbia.Police say the chase started when they served a search warrant at an apartment on Oakland Gravel Road near Lange Middle School on Tuesday. Joseph Luckett, 25, allegedly ran from the apartment to a car and took off.Spike strips slowed the car down off Smiley Lane on Gallant Fox Drive. Investigators say Luckett tried to run for it. A helicopter kept an eye on him until he was arrested.Luckett allegedly had two stolen guns and an ounce of heroin on him.(This story was last updated at 5:53 a.m. Wednesday.)
Newly-married Indian cricket captain Mahendra Singh Dhoni on Tuesday met Congress leader Rahul Gandhi in the Capital.Dhoni was accompanied by his wife Sakshi and cricketer friend R P Singh during the meeting at 10 Janpath, the official residence of Congress President Sonia Gandhi, a top BCCI source said.”The appointment was taken earlier and the meeting was just a courtesy call,” the source said.Asked whether Dhoni also met Sonia Gandhi, the source said, “The appointment was only for meeting Rahul Gandhi.”Dhoni and Sakshi got married in a hush-hush ceremony on Sunday night at a farmhouse near Dehradun after getting engaged on Saturday.The ceremony was a private affair with only close family members and friends in attendance. The media was kept at bay by tight security during the marriage.
NEW SKYLINE: The first phase of a housing project is readyRabindranath Tagore’s “Abode of Peace” is fast becoming a theatre of war. Santiniketan, the university town founded by the Nobel laureate in Birbhum district in West Bengal, has been the centre of a brewing storm over the rash of real,NEW SKYLINE: The first phase of a housing project is readyRabindranath Tagore’s “Abode of Peace” is fast becoming a theatre of war. Santiniketan, the university town founded by the Nobel laureate in Birbhum district in West Bengal, has been the centre of a brewing storm over the rash of real estate development that threatens the founder’s vision of it as a tranquil seat of learning. Recently, a group of well-known intellectuals and celebrity residents filed a public interest petition in the Kolkata High Court against “the indiscriminate selling off of Santiniketan”. Their objection is against builders Bengal Ambuja, which are planning to turn the Khoai, the picturesque laterite basin caused by erosion, into a housing complex.There are many such basins in Santiniketan, but the Khoai of the lawsuit is said to have been immortalised by the writings of Tagore and the paintings of Ram Kinkar Baij and Nandalal Bose. While the recent petition concerns only one project, residents allege there are at least two others that will be out of tune with Tagore’s idea of Santiniketan.They say Bengal Peerless Group’s 13-acre housing scheme is launching its own assault on the Khoai and that it is also about to bring in a “nightclub culture” that is alien to Santiniketan. The 27-acre ecopark to be constructed by Surji Consultants also allegedly involves draining a 17.7 acre waterbody called the Laha Bundh. Discordant notes: Work for an ecopark in progress at Laha BundhMany prominent citizens of Kolkata and three local groups are readying for a second PIL (to begin by the end of this month) against construction at Laha Bundh. Adding to the uproar is the fact that there are other builders eyeing Santiniketan. It is not hard to seewhyBengalis are sensitive, touchy even, about the place.Quite apart from the associations with their favourite poet, the sleepy little university town, just 150 km from Kolkata, continues to be the hottest weekend getaway and post-retirement retreat for the city’s well-heeled. “The new projects are going to bring a certain kind of culture that will ruin the ambience and charm of Santiniketan,” says Sushanto Tagore, the poet’s grand-nephew. At the receiving end of all this ire is the Sriniketan Santiniketan Development Authority (SSDA), the government instituted body that is in charge of all development activity in these twin towns and their neighbour, Bolpur. Residents are upset by the indiscriminate and rapid green lighting of projects.It is not just the SSDA that is attracting the ire of concerned citizens. Also named in the lawsuit is Viswabharati University, as the designated upholder of Tagore ‘s ideals. According to the Act which brought the university under the Centre in 1951, Viswabharati’s territorial limits extend to about 3,000 hectares around it. The activists argue that if that is so, then the disputed projects are definitely encroaching on its land and should be thrown out by the university. No such thing is likely to happen anytime soon. Mainly because, as Vice-Chancellor Sujit Kumar Basu puts it, “Territorial limits do not necessarily mean ownership. We are investigating to see how much land the university actually owns.”At a basic level, the current controversy has to do with the fact that land ownership and jurisdiction rights is a fuzzy subject in Santiniketan. In 1863, Tagore’s father Debendranath took on lease of 20 bighas (6.6 acres) from the erstwhile owners, the Sinha zamindars of Raipur.Since then, lessees have changed hands many times, and large tracts have been deemed vested land. Some of that has now been acquired by the SSDA, though the question of whose authority holds-the SSDA’s or the university’s- is still an open one.SSDA Chairman Somnath Chatterjee, high-profile CPI(M) leader and parliamentarian, maintains there is no dispute about land ownership. “The three project areas do not fall within the land belonging to theViswabharati,”he says. “The government has given this land to the SSDA.” Executive Officer A.K. Das adds: “The site of the Ambuja housing scheme is not at the Khoai at all. At least not the Khoai Tagore wrote about.” Das is, however, tightlipped about the other projects, particularly the forthcoming draws for the ecopark. The Laha Bundh is bone dry, with loaders scooping up mud round the clock. “We are only dredging the bundh,” says Das.”We will refill the tank and have the ecopark in the 10 acres surrounding it.”The recent lawsuit has opened up a whole new debate about Santiniketan’s future. Does leaving it untouched imply (and risk) keeping it backward? Or should Santiniketan be allowed to become the Gurgaon of Bengal-and benefit from malls, a sports complex, hostels for students, bypass roads, a polyclinic and trauma centre and a host of other projects on the anvil? “This alleged concern is based on deliberate misinformation and crocodile tears for Santiniketan,” says an angry Chatterjee. “Those who are protesting do not want to know that there is a binding on every housing project cleared by the SSDA to provide a public service.”Something that is essential for a Santiniketan that was once primarily agrarian, but is fast changing. Over 70 per cent of the 1.26 lakh population (of the three towns taken together) is opting for “other” jobs. It is, however, not clear what these jobs are-and certainly there are not enough to go around.advertisementadvertisement”Birbhum has only one industry, and that is the Viswabharati University,” says Basu. “Everybody thinks they need only to come here to get a job. But the university cannot accommodate them all. So the new projects should be welcomed if they generate employment.”Santiniketan’s other revenue earner is an iffy tourism trade, with about five lakh visitors dropping in for the town’s two main events, the Pous Mela and the Vasantotsav. The administration thinks the activists are repressing a possible boom.Recently, when residents protested the granting of bar licences to four hotels in the town, a government officer brushed it off with: “You have to give the tourists something to do in the evening.” The problem is that nobody is clear at what cost.
The ATA has identified the need for an expansion in it’s high performance program with the role of National Coaching Director now focusing on development of the sport at grass roots level. A specific High Performance position has been created as well as a role to service local level. As a result of this, the ATA is pleased to announce the appointment of Ian Stanley as National Performance Analyst and Dennis Coffey as National Coaching Director. The position of National Performance Analyst comes from a review of the ATA’s High Performance programs through events such as the World Cup, Youth World Cup and also discussion with the national coaches. Ian Stanley’s primary role will be to assist in the improvement of the performance of national level players and coaches in Touch and to assist in developing and implementing ATA’s high performance strategies and programs. He will also provide leadership for players and coaches within the national teams regarding opportunities, performance improvement and strategy. The National Coaching Director role stays with the ATA’s Board of Directors desire to increase assistance to the grass roots level coaches. The major focus for Dennis Coffey in this role will be to assist in the growth of the sport. This will include updating and reviewing coaching policies, coaching resources and park level education. He will also be involved with training and dealing with coaches beginning their careers at a community level. Dennis is keen to hear your views on community coaches issues so please feel free to voice your opinions to Dennis through the ATA, by emailing [email protected] The ATA are confident that these appointments will have a positive effect on Touch and the Australian Touch Association. “Both positions will be enormously beneficial to coaches and players of Touch in Australia,” said ATA’s National Game Development Manager, Peter Topp. By Lisa Plummer
Newcastle captain Lascelles expects battle with Fulham striker Mitrovicby Paul Vegas10 months agoSend to a friendShare the loveNewcastle United captain Jamaal Lascelles expects a battle facing Fulham striker Aleksandar Mitrovic this weekend.Lascelles has paid tribute to his former team-mate, saying the Serb is “smart and physical” and a tough opponent. He said: “Mitro is a good striker; he’s smart, he’s physical, and he can be a nightmare for centre-halves. And they’ve got a good midfield; they try to play good football, too. But we’re paid to do our job, and they’re coming to St James’ Park, so we’ll be full of confidence.“They’re bottom of the league, but they’ve got some good players in their team.“Every game in the Premier League is a difficult game. There’s not one game where you think, ‘Yeah, we’ll easily beat them.’ So we just need to make sure we prepare in the right way and with the same attitude we did at the weekend.” TagsTransfersAbout the authorPaul VegasShare the loveHave your say
COLUMBUS, OH – NOVEMBER 24: Head Coach Jim Harbaugh of the Michigan Wolverines looks up at the scoreboard in the third quarter after the Ohio State Buckeyes scored at Ohio Stadium on November 24, 2018 in Columbus, Ohio. Ohio State defeated Michigan 62-39. (Photo by Jamie Sabau/Getty Images)Michigan head coach Jim Harbaugh is going to be a father – for the seventh time, in fact. Monday, Harbaugh announced at one of his program’s camps that he and his wife Sarah are pregnant with their fourth child together. Harbaugh, now 52 years old, also has three children with his former wife, Miah.Harbaugh’s first marriage, which lasted from 1996 to 2006, saw three children – Jay, James and Grace. Jim and Sarah, who were married in 2008, also have three children – Addison, Katherine and Jack. Sarah is 38 years old, if you were wondering.Jim Harbaugh is having another kid. Found out yesterday. “Attacking this pregnancy with an enthusiasm unknown to mankind.”— Matt Pargoff (@MaizeBlueNews) June 20, 2016Jim Harbaugh announces at camp his wife is pregnant— The D Zone (@TheD_Zone) June 20, 2016Congrats to the Harbaugh family.