Badeseason at the Bocholter Aasee opened

Bocholt (PID). The bay at the Bocholter Aasee is officially released for this year's bathing business. This is reported by Thomas Boekhorst, head of the urban youth promotion, sports and planning department. On weekdays, swimming in the bay is allowed from 13 to 18, weekends, holidays and summer holidays from 10 to 18. Swimming is only allowed during these supervised times and up to the buoy chain. The flag at the supervisory house must be set to "green". "As with any public bathing site, the quality of the water is constantly monitored during the bathing season in order to guarantee safe bathing," says Boekhorst. Toilets are available on site in a separate sanitary container. The bathing season lasts until mid-September. [...]

Pedelec driver slightly injured in accident

Bocholt (ots) - On Tuesday there was a traffic accident against 15.30 clock on the Wendenstraße, in which a 56 years old pedelec driver and a 57-year-old motorist (both from Bocholt) were involved. The motorist had driven the Wendenstraße towards Mussumer Kirchweg and the Pedelecfahrer was from a sidewalk (coming from Mussumer Kirchweg) to the left on the Wendenstraße bent. It came to a collision. The cyclist crashed and was slightly injured. [...]

THANK YOU boss Müller announces decade of revolutionary inventions

By BERTHOLD BLESENKEMPER "If you want to achieve a lot, you have to think big." Alexander Müller now gave this simple recommendation to the members of the Lions-Club Rhein-Issel in the Bocholter Casino. The Managing Partner of the leading German speaker agency GEDANKENtanken, who recently brought ex-US President Barack Obama to the "World Leadership Summit" in Cologne, predicted a decade of revolutionary invention in view of the advancing digitization and the associated exponential development. The driver of this epoch-making change, he suspects not only in California's Silicon Valley, but increasingly in China.Für the native Rheder, who until recently had lived with his wife Ellen and three children in Bocholt, before he moved to Cologne, think entrepreneurs in Germany decided too conservative. As an example, he called the assessment of the development of autonomous driving. While most people in Germany assume that the technology will not be ready for production in a few years, the first US passenger cars without a driver have been successfully rolling over the streets in trial trials. In parallel to more courage in corporate decisions, Alexander Müller recommended a change in the personnel management and in the corporate culture. Who wants to inspire young, innovative people, must offer more than money and career opportunities. It also needs clear mission statements and sweeping visions. Alexander Müller knows what he's talking about. GEDANKENtanken has recently been honored as the best employer in Germany in the category "Companies with 50-100 employees." "I would like to confront participants in my lectures and seminars relentlessly with their coming challenges and at the same time reveal to them the infinite opportunities and possibilities of our time", writes the Entrepreneurs on his homepage. For this reason, he recommended the Bocholter Lions friends and their president Frank Ewering also the book "Scaling Up" by the authors Verne Harnish, Nikolai Ladanyi and Ralph Chromik. Müller has made it a must-read for his employees. [...]

Younes Mouadden moves to the 1. FC Bocholt

The 1. FC Bocholt has committed Younes Mouadden from U19 to KFC Uerdingen for the upcoming season. The 18-year-old has signed a contract until the 30.06.2020. The Oberhausen-born right-footer was trained in youth by Fortuna Dusseldorf, SC Bayer 05 Uerdingen and KFC Uerdingen. In the current season, he had with 22 gates and seven assists a large share of the championship in the U19 performance class. Manuel Jara is pleased about the commitment: "Younes has the potential to prevail on the offensive wings." And he complements Looking at the rehearsal training sessions with the player: "He showed himself with a good speed, was tricky and has a good game overview." In the coming season, it was now about to introduce the player to the senior area: "At the necessary hardness, Endurance and the defensive discipline we will work. "[...]

Daily Monotony - Everyday Life in the Workers' House

Bocholt (lwl). "Look, marvel, feel" again on Sunday (26.5.) At 16 clock in the textile factory Bocholt. The Landschaftsverband Westfalen-Lippe (LWL) invites families to the weaving mill of its Bocholt Industrial Museum under this motto. Exploring Together (Large) Parents and children this time the daily monotony of a textile worker family before 100 years. What was planted in your own garden? What was there to eat? Did the children already have pets at that time? During the tour of the workers' house and the work-garden, visitors of all ages will also know who was sleeping in which bed or when the family was sitting in the living room. The program lasts about an hour. Participation is free. To pay is only the entrance to the museum: Adults 4 Euro, for children and adolescents, admission is free.Location: LWL-Industriemuseum Textilwerk Bocholt, weaving mill, Uhlandstraße 50Date: Sunday (26.5.) Time: 16 UhrEintritt Museum: 4 Euro, children and adolescents until 18 years free [...]