The Governor’s Week in Photos


first_img2) Governor, First Lady Dedicate Indiana Statehood Forever Stamp // June 7, 2016. Governor Mike Pence and First Lady Karen Pence, Indiana’s Bicentennial Ambassador, join the U.S. Postal Service to celebrate the issuance of the Indiana Statehood Forever Stamp at a first-day-of-issue stamp dedication ceremony at the Indiana Statehouse Tuesday. There, the Indianapolis Children’s Choir provided renditions of historic Indiana songs.image004image005 FacebookTwitterCopy LinkEmailShare 1) Miracle Ride for Riley // June 5, 2016. Governor Mike Pence, First Lady Karen Pence and hundreds of Hoosier motorcyclists participate in the Miracle RideSunday to raise money for Riley Hospital for Children at IU Health.image001image003center_img 3) Walmart’s Feed ‘Em for Freedom // June 10, 2016. Governor Mike Pence today offered remarks and helped serve lunch to service members and veterans at Camp Atterbury in Edinburgh, Indiana at Walmart’s 7th Feed ‘Em for Freedom event. Throughout this program, Walmart has fed more than 10,000 soldiers.image006last_img read more

Scottish independence: let the cupcakes decide


first_imgCupcakes don’t just look pretty and taste good – they are also a barometer of political opinion judging by an unexpected twist in the Scottish independence referendum.Edinburgh’s Cuckoo’s bakery has been selling Opinion Poll cupcakes adorned with either a Union Jack, Scottish flag or a question mark since March and has monitored sales to get a steer on the outcome of today’s highly anticipated Scottish referendum.As it stands the ‘no’ cakes have outsold the cakes striving for independence, though not by much. Of thousands of cakes bought and eaten 47.7% were ‘no’, 43.5% were ‘yes’ and the remaining 8.8% were question marks as people failed to commit – or just wanted a cake. The cakes are raspberry and white chocolate-flavoured and cost £2.50 to take away or £3 to eat in.Co-founder Graham Savage told Edinburgh Evening News: “We have seen an increase in sales generally and some big orders have come in from both sides.“Our poll has been conducted professionally throughout the campaign and we are delighted that the results have shown to be so similar to the official results.“We have calculated that since the campaign was launched, we have sold 80,000 cupcakes from our full range, including the Opinion Poll cupcake.”Today’s referendum, bang in the middle of National Cupcake Week, will reveal whether the cupcakes were right.last_img read more