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WEST HARTFORD, CT — A forecast of threatening weather has prompted organizers of the fourth annual Taste of Blue Back Square to postpone the event a day. Originally slated for Wednesday, July 31, it will now take place Thursday, Aug. 1.
“Blue Back Square and its ‘Taste’ partners decided to move the event out of an abundance of caution, due to severe thunderstorms that appear likely on Wednesday,” said Blue Back Square Marketing Director Amy Cholawa.
This year’s event will offer a sampling of delicious food from Blue Back Square restaurants, including Bar Louie, Fleming’s Prime Steakhouse, Vinted Wine Bar & Kitchen, Rizzuto’s Restaurant, World of Beer and The Cheesecake Factory.
A drawing to win special prizes will also take place, with proceeds benefiting the Connecticut Children’s Medical Center.
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We will initially operate in two regions – Gorakhpur and Varanasi – which will consist of eights districts of Chandauli, Ghazipur, Jaunpur, Varanasi, Deoria, Kushinagar and Gorakhpur,” said the founder of the league, Siddhartha Upadhyay. The talent-scouting Stairs School Football League (SSFL) was today launched in Varanasi in partnership with the Uttar Pradesh Football Sangh.
The objective of SSFL-Uttar Pradesh is to identify, support and nurture football talent in the most populous state of India. “We will initially operate in two regions – Gorakhpur and Varanasi – which will consist of eights districts of Chandauli, Ghazipur, Jaunpur, Varanasi, Deoria, Kushinagar and Gorakhpur,” said founder and secretary general of STAIRS, Siddhartha Upadhyay.
In the first phase, 160 teams of under-17 age group from these two regions will compete. In phase II, the winner teams will compete representing their respective districts.
Last year, under the aegis of Uflex SSFL-3 held in Gujarat and Delhi, more than 35,000 children from 2,000 schools competed in 4,000 matches. Former Sri Lankan explosive batsman Sanath Jayasuriya was the brand ambassador of the FIFA-format tournament.