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7 best rental cars for summer vacation

Renting a car for a summer trip

Whether you don’t want to put a lot of miles on your family car or are flying and need transportation when you arrive, renting a car makes sense. In the spirit of family getaways as a warm-weather tradition, Bankrate assembled the seven best rental cars for summer vacation.

Because daily rental costs vary wildly based on the rental company, location and season of the year, rental rates didn’t factor into the picks. Bankrate advises shopping around among rental companies for the best deal. Each pick, though, received the Insurance Institute for Highway Safety’s highest crash-test score of “good” in crash tests. All are also an IIHS “top safety pick.”

Comfort is a key requirement for any vacation vehicle. Each of these picks earned a rating of “good” or better from the testers at Consumer Reports for ride quality and interior noise, as well as front-seat and rear-seat comfort.

Finally, Bankrate considered fuel economy as estimated by the Environmental Protection Agency. All provide very good mileage for their size. The EPA-estimated miles per gallon are based on 2013 models with automatic transmissions.

Rental car companies have their own methods for defining compact, midsize or large. Sometimes, this involves making customers think they are getting more car than they are. Bankrate used EPA classifications. Bankrate also included at least one rental company offering each car.


Car Craft Summer Nationals Prepares for Biggest, Baddest Year Yet with Major Move to Milwaukee – TEN: The Enthusiast Network #used #cars #from #japan


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Car Craft Summer Nationals Prepares for Biggest, Baddest Year Yet with Major Move to Milwaukee

The CAR CRAFT Summer Nationals will uphold its reputation as  America’s premier gathering of street machines and muscle cars,  as it prepares for the biggest and best event to date, moving to a larger venue at  the Wisconsin State Fair Park in West Allis, WI, just outside Milwaukee, July 17-19, 2015.

 July 17-19, 2015 | Wisconsin State Fair Park | Registration Begins Dec. 10

Showcasing more than 6,000 performance cars and attracting upward of 35,000 enthusiasts from across the country over the course of three days, the CAR CRAFT Summer Nationals is an annual celebration of horsepower, torque, and all things automotive. After more than a decade in St. Paul, MN, the change of venue will bring with it many exciting new features in 2015, including a larger and faster autocross, more car show awards, meet-and-greet opportunities with David Freiburger and Mike Finnegan of ROADKILL, and much more amid the sights and sounds of thousands of high-horsepower vehicles on display. The CAR CRAFTSummer Nationals continues to be the leading, must-attend event for automotive enthusiasts nationwide.

The Summer Nats grows every year and is one of the biggest shows in the country, but even so, it was time to hit the refresh button and get a larger venue where we could take everything bigger, badder, faster, and louder,” said TEN’s Senior Vice President of Content Strategy David Freiburger.  “I m excited about the opportunities at the Milwaukee Mile, and we ll be adding more and more special activities as show time approaches. People can follow the news at HOTROD.com.

Special Features and Highlights

CAR CRAFT Summer Nationals features include:

  • -Autocross
  • -Dyno Challenge–Test your torque and horsepower against the best!
  • -Miss CAR CRAFT Summer Nationals contest Performance Marketplace
  • -Giveaways and activities from the main stage
  • -CAR CRAFT editors and photographers on-site, generating more editorial content than ever while searching for rides worthy of Editor s Choice awards
  • -Show-‘N’-Shine competition–outstanding rides in 50 + classes, professionally judged and awarded Meet HOT ROD’s David Freiburger and Mike Finnegan of ROADKILL
  • -Burnout competition
  • …and much more!

Participant Registration  

Registration includes the vehicle, entry for driver and copilot, and one goodie bag. Pricing is as follows:

  • -Early bird pre-registration: $40

*Participants must register before Saturday, February 7, 2015 to lock in the early bird rate.

  • -Pre-registration: $50
    *Available until Saturday, May 23, 2015.
  • -On-site registration: $70.
  • For more information and to register, visit CARCRAFT.com .

    Ticketing Information

    Spectator tickets will go on sale at a later date. Stay tuned to CARCRAFT.com for details.

    The CAR CRAFT Summer Nationals takes place July 17-19, 2015 at Wisconsin State Fair Park, 640 S. 84th Street, West Allis, WI 53214.  Show hours:

      Friday, July 17 | 10 a.m.–8 p.m.
    • -Saturday, July 18 | 9 a.m.–6 p.m.
    • -Sunday, July 19 | 9 a.m.–4 p.m.

    Vendor Information


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    Throughout July and August, the Culinary Academy at Kitchen Kapers offers cooking camps and innovative week-long series for curious young chefs ages 6 to 16. These featured summer classes focus on international cuisine and emphasize the importance of nutritious, well-balanced meals.

    Chef April Fools Week: Delicious Deceptions
    July 13 – 17, 2:00 – 4:00 pm
    Ages 6+
    $35 per class or $160 for all five in this series
    Instructor: April Wallis

    This class series focuses on healthy food choices that taste as good as they are for you. Students will learn to cook dishes such as Whole Grain Banana French Toast, Sweet �n� Sour Mini Turkey Meatballs, Butternut Squash Mac �n� Cheese, and even desserts like Low Fat Lemon Peach Cupcakes.

    • Monday: Deliciously Deceptive Breakfast
    • Tuesday: Deliciously Deceptive Lunch
    • Wednesday: Deliciously Deceptive Snacks
    • Thursday: Deliciously Deceptive Dinner
    • Friday: Deliciously Deceptive Desserts

    Summer Fantasy Vacation Week
    July 27 – 31, 2:00 – 4:00 pm
    Ages 6+
    $35 per class or $160 for all five in this series
    Instructor: April Wallis
    In this week-long series, students will be led on culinary adventures to exciting locales, without ever leaving the kitchen! From Lady & the Tramp Spaghetti to South African Bobotie, students will learn to make a variety of inspired dishes.

    • Monday: Under the Sea
    • Tuesday: Farmer�s Delight
    • Wednesday: Disney Vacation Memories
    • Thursday: African Adventure
    • Friday: Hawaiian Holiday

    Summer Camps for Kids and Teens
    This year, our camps focus on world cuisines and on making dishes that kids love to eat. Instructors will guide students through basic cooking techniques and skill building, while providing lessons on good nutrition and expanding tastes. The daily sessions are designed to teach teamwork and to create self-confident young chefs.

    Kids Camp (ages 6 through 11) August 10 – 14
    10:00 a.m. – 1:00 p.m. or 2:00 – 5:00 p.m.
    $325 for entire week
    Instructor: Lisa Prell of Eema�s Kitchen

    • Monday: Great Britain�s Great Dishes
    • Tuesday: France�s Fabulous Foods
    • Wednesday: Switzerland�s Specialties
    • Thursday: Italy�s Incredible Edibles
    • Friday: Germany�s Gems

    Teens Camp (ages 12 through 16)
    August 17 – 21
    2:00 – 5:00 p.m.
    $325 for entire week
    Instructor: Karen Docimo of Karen�s Chef du Jour

    • Monday: Homemade Italian Pasta
    • Tuesday: Asian Stir Fry
    • Wednesday: Mexican Fajita Dinner
    • Thursday: Southern Favorites
    • Friday: International Tapas

    About our cooking classes:
    Children�s and teens� classes at Kitchen Kapers are hands-on, meaning that students actively participate in the preparation of dishes; in addition, students get to eat what they make. For safety reasons, students must be at least 6 years old to participate. Comfortable clothing and closed-toe shoes are recommended. All cooking classes are held at our Moorestown store, located in the East Gate Shopping Center at 1341 Nixon Drive. For more details about any of Kitchen Kapers� cooking classes, or to make reservations, please call us at 856-778-7705. Kitchen Kapers is a family-owned, upscale kitchenware retailer with 13 stores throughout New Jersey, Pennsylvania and Delaware.
    For orders: 800-455-5567. For class info: 856-778-7705
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    Center for Health Equity Research and Promotion

    Funded Projects

    CHERP investigators lead or collaborate on projects supported by HSR D, AHRQ, and NIH. Many of these projects are aligned with our focus on the quality and equity of health and health care for vulnerable populations. CHERP investigators are also engaged in other funded initiatives.

    Our Pilot Research Program continues to catalyze funding of full-scale research projects aligned with our mission.

    Click the link below for a list of the funded projects that CHERP investigators are currently involved.

    CHERP Investigator Research Activities and Collaborations

    Disparities

    Health disparity is defined as clinically and statistically significant differences in health care or health status between distinct vulnerable and less vulnerable populations linked with social, economic, and/or environmental disadvantage and an elevated burden of ill health or premature mortality. Such disparities adversely affect groups who have systematically experienced greater obstacles to health or health care based on numerous characteristics linked to discrimination or exclusion.
    The categories and/or domains of disparities research can include:

    • Examples of Vulnerable Populations
    • Race/Ethnicity
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    • Stigmatizing medical diagnoses (e.g. HIV, mental health, PTSD)
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    • First Generation – Detecting variation
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    Resources

    This Resources page is in progress. Check back frequently for newly added information.


    CHERP Investigators may access the CHERP SharePoint Site by clicking on the CHERP link below
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    Please note: Access to CHERP SharePoint resources via this link is limited to CHERP Investigators, must be done from a VA computer, and requires your VA log-in credentials.

    PVAMC CHERP Investigators may access the Grants SharePoint Site by clicking on the Grants link below .

    Please note: Access to Grants SharePoint resources via this link is limited to CHERP Investigators, must be done from a VA computer, and requires your VA log-in credentials.

    The Center for Health Equity Research and Promotion advances the quality and equity of health and health care for vulnerable Veteran populations through:

    • Rigorous health services research
    • Partnerships with VA operations and policy stakeholders
    • Research training and mentoring
    • Service

    This year we refined our organizational structure and expanded collaborations to support achievement of the Center of Innovation (COIN) program goals. We have advanced our cross-center research program through partnerships aimed at improving health care experiences and patient satisfaction with VA health care among vulnerable populations. We also have supported an emerging area of research concentrated on improving the quality, safety, and value of clinical therapeutics in the VA and beyond.

    CHERP leaders consistently respond to new opportunities to communicate the value of our research to VA leaders charged with ensuring the quality and equity of health care for millions of Veterans. CHERP Investigators are at the forefront of efforts to evaluate the impact of VA’s implementation of the patient-aligned care team model of care and efforts to translate VA research findings into clinical practice.

    About Our History

    The VA Center for Health Equity Research and Promotion (CHERP) was established in 2001 by HSR D as a national Center of Excellence focused on detecting, understanding, and reducing disparities in health and health care in vulnerable populations. This strong collaboration between the VA Pittsburgh Healthcare System (VAPHS) and Philadelphia VA Medical Center (PVAMC) in VISN4 and their respective academic affiliates (University of Pittsburgh and University of Pennsylvania) was built upon the collective and complementary strengths of the investigators at both sites to target an area of investigation of highest priority to the VA Healthcare System and the nation as a whole. Built upon a track record of scholarship, cross-center research collaborations, development and retention of highly accomplished investigators, service, and well-established partnerships, CHERP became a Center of Innovation (COIN) that has measurable impact on the quality and equity of Veteran health care.

    About Our Investigators

    Over the past decade, CHERP investigators conducted innovative, high impact health services research; advanced the conceptual underpinnings of health equity research to facilitate the work of others; partnered with operations and policy leaders on research and quality improvement initiatives; promoted the implementation and dissemination of findings to improve the clinical care and health outcomes of Veterans; and supported the development of junior investigators who have become leaders in this field. CHERP provides infrastructure and support for approximately 42 core investigators engaged in health services research at the VA Pittsburgh Medical Center and the Philadelphia VA Medical Center. These physicians, nurses, and PhD investigators have broad expertise in quantitative and qualitative research methods, including clinical trials, quality improvement, clinical epidemiology, large database analysis, pharmacoeconomics, psychometrics, econometrics, decision and cost-effectiveness analysis, meta-analysis, technology assessment, and implementation science. An additional 25 non-core investigators collaborate with CHERP core investigators to advance our mission and strategic goals.

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    CHERP Investigators fulfill not only national service roles, but also fulfill important service roles across a broad array of academic societies, research organizations, and within their local VAMCs, VISN4, and affiliated universities. CHERP investigators hold national leadership roles that position them to shape health care policy, improve clinical care, and impact research priorities and dissemination.


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    Many new employees come to Tungland to satisfy their need for a JOB. Some, however, soon realize the potential for advancement and begin their journey to a career.

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    ABOUT THE TUNGLAND CORPORATION

    Did you know that The Tungland Corporation is now serving individuals with cognitive and mental disabilities in the Nevada and New Mexico areas?

    Read more about our Nevada or New Mexico locations and the service that are provided in those areas by clicking on the links below!

    The Tungland Corporation (TTC) offers support services for children, adolescents, adults and elders, ranging from residential community-based services, day treatment programs, in-home respite, habilitation and attendant care, to specialized living arrangements, foster or host homes, counseling, consulting, and employment/vocational support services.


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    Online Summer School Programs & Courses

    K12 gives students a great opportunity over the summer to catch up, get ahead, try a new language, or explore electives so that they can start the next school year strong.

    K12 offers a variety of online high school courses specifically designed for the summer months. Most are full versions of K12 regular courses that are paced to be completed over a shorter, more intensive period of time.

    To learn more or to place your order, call 866.529.0167.

    See below: Courses for Summer 2017|Schedule for Summer Session 2017

    Get on Track, Get Ahead, Get Inspired

    • Get back on track with credit recovery courses in key subjects. Designed for high school students who didn’t pass a subject the first time, these courses use new approaches to teach unlearned concepts, letting students move past material they’ve already mastered. Most are ELL-supported.
    • Get prepared for the transition from middle to high school with summer immersion in areas such as Algebra I, American Literature, biology, and more.
    • Get ahead in a core subject or a world language.
    • Get inspired with career-building electives or personal enrichment courses, including Computer Literacy, Web Design, and Skills for Health.

    Condensed Summer Courses 2017

    The K12 International Academy offers a wide variety of teacher-supported high school condensed summer courses. These are the same quality courses offered during the school year, but each semester course has been condensed to four weeks (20 instructional days). Students are expected to commit 4–5 hours a day for each condensed summer course.

    $425 per semester course plus materials and shipping

    Literary Analysis and Composition I
    American Literature
    Algebra I
    Algebra II
    Geometry
    Biology
    Earth Science
    Physical Science
    World History
    U.S. History
    U.S. Government and Politics *

    $425 per semester course plus materials and shipping

    Spanish I
    Spanish II
    French I
    French II

    Skills for Health *
    Web Design *

    Reaching Your Academic Potential*

    Introduction to Agriscience*

    Credit Recovery Courses

    $350 per semester course plus materials and shipping

    Literary Analysis and Composition I
    Literary Analysis and Composition II
    American Literature
    Algebra I
    Algebra II
    Geometry
    Biology
    Earth Science
    Physical Science
    American Government *
    American History
    Economics *
    World History

    Credit Recovery Electives

    Health *
    Spanish I

    K12 online courses are designed to meet state or national standards. Teachers can adjust course pacing as appropriate. K12 International Academy is fully accredited by AdvancED.

    2017 Condensed Summer Session Schedule

    For two-semester courses, the first half must be taken during one of the two Summer A terms listed below, and the second half during one of the two Summer B terms. One-semester courses can be taken during any summer term, while world language and electives courses can begin anytime.

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    Online School for Girls expands on the personalized approaches used in all classes, by adding what great girls schools do to create effective single-gender girls environments: connecting the girls to each other; requiring meaningful collaboration; encouraging expressions of creativity; and, having the girls apply what they learn to real-world problems. Thus, our girls courses add four pillars to our personalized learning approach: Connection, Collaboration, Creativity, and Application.

    Our co-ed program uses personalized learning as our primary pedagogical approach. In personalized courses, educators harness the power of technology to chart a new direction for content sequences, academic proficiencies, and student agency. We use a classic model of constructivist learning to promote student agency, where learning is relevant, hands-on, and inquiry-driven. Students are equipped with the capacity to measure their knowledge and skills, and then given some choice in what and how they learn. The tools of personalized instruction increase efficiency and effectiveness around differentiation, remediation, and project-based learning. We believe that choice increases engagement, and engaged students learn more.

    Courses for boys are built from our personalized learning framework and add three core values Trust, Meaning, and Character that tie closely to effective research-based practice in traditional boys school learning environments. As in traditional boys schools, these values are supported by the supporting beliefs of Honesty, Integrity, Purpose, Integrity, Engagement, Effort, Connection, Accountability, Self-Efficacy, Novelty, Activity, Competition, and Humor.

    Courses and programs for educators and administrators employ personalized practices, in order to provide professionals with job embedded and job relevant skills in emerging practice and best practice in independent schools.

    One Schoolhouse partners with leaders in the independent school community, including the National Business Officers Association . the National Coalition of Girls’ Schools . the International Boys’ School Coalition . CalWest . and others in order to develop and deliver high quality programs for educators and administrators.


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    3-year Bachelor of Art degree legally recognized by the Italian Ministry of Education;
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    Online School for Girls expands on the personalized approaches used in all classes, by adding what great girls schools do to create effective single-gender girls environments: connecting the girls to each other; requiring meaningful collaboration; encouraging expressions of creativity; and, having the girls apply what they learn to real-world problems. Thus, our girls courses add four pillars to our personalized learning approach: Connection, Collaboration, Creativity, and Application.

    Our co-ed program uses personalized learning as our primary pedagogical approach. In personalized courses, educators harness the power of technology to chart a new direction for content sequences, academic proficiencies, and student agency. We use a classic model of constructivist learning to promote student agency, where learning is relevant, hands-on, and inquiry-driven. Students are equipped with the capacity to measure their knowledge and skills, and then given some choice in what and how they learn. The tools of personalized instruction increase efficiency and effectiveness around differentiation, remediation, and project-based learning. We believe that choice increases engagement, and engaged students learn more.

    Courses for boys are built from our personalized learning framework and add three core values Trust, Meaning, and Character that tie closely to effective research-based practice in traditional boys school learning environments. As in traditional boys schools, these values are supported by the supporting beliefs of Honesty, Integrity, Purpose, Integrity, Engagement, Effort, Connection, Accountability, Self-Efficacy, Novelty, Activity, Competition, and Humor.

    Courses and programs for educators and administrators employ personalized practices, in order to provide professionals with job embedded and job relevant skills in emerging practice and best practice in independent schools.

    One Schoolhouse partners with leaders in the independent school community, including the National Business Officers Association . the National Coalition of Girls’ Schools . the International Boys’ School Coalition . CalWest . and others in order to develop and deliver high quality programs for educators and administrators.


    Car Craft Summer Nationals Prepares for Biggest, Baddest Year Yet with Major Move to Milwaukee – TEN: The Enthusiast Network #car #rental #montreal


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    Car Craft Summer Nationals Prepares for Biggest, Baddest Year Yet with Major Move to Milwaukee

    The CAR CRAFT Summer Nationals will uphold its reputation as  America’s premier gathering of street machines and muscle cars,  as it prepares for the biggest and best event to date, moving to a larger venue at  the Wisconsin State Fair Park in West Allis, WI, just outside Milwaukee, July 17-19, 2015.

     July 17-19, 2015 | Wisconsin State Fair Park | Registration Begins Dec. 10

    Showcasing more than 6,000 performance cars and attracting upward of 35,000 enthusiasts from across the country over the course of three days, the CAR CRAFT Summer Nationals is an annual celebration of horsepower, torque, and all things automotive. After more than a decade in St. Paul, MN, the change of venue will bring with it many exciting new features in 2015, including a larger and faster autocross, more car show awards, meet-and-greet opportunities with David Freiburger and Mike Finnegan of ROADKILL, and much more amid the sights and sounds of thousands of high-horsepower vehicles on display. The CAR CRAFTSummer Nationals continues to be the leading, must-attend event for automotive enthusiasts nationwide.

    The Summer Nats grows every year and is one of the biggest shows in the country, but even so, it was time to hit the refresh button and get a larger venue where we could take everything bigger, badder, faster, and louder,” said TEN’s Senior Vice President of Content Strategy David Freiburger.  “I m excited about the opportunities at the Milwaukee Mile, and we ll be adding more and more special activities as show time approaches. People can follow the news at HOTROD.com.

    Special Features and Highlights

    CAR CRAFT Summer Nationals features include:

    • -Autocross
    • -Dyno Challenge–Test your torque and horsepower against the best!
    • -Miss CAR CRAFT Summer Nationals contest Performance Marketplace
    • -Giveaways and activities from the main stage
    • -CAR CRAFT editors and photographers on-site, generating more editorial content than ever while searching for rides worthy of Editor s Choice awards
    • -Show-‘N’-Shine competition–outstanding rides in 50 + classes, professionally judged and awarded Meet HOT ROD’s David Freiburger and Mike Finnegan of ROADKILL
    • -Burnout competition
    • …and much more!

    Participant Registration  

    Registration includes the vehicle, entry for driver and copilot, and one goodie bag. Pricing is as follows:

    • -Early bird pre-registration: $40

    *Participants must register before Saturday, February 7, 2015 to lock in the early bird rate.

  • -Pre-registration: $50
    *Available until Saturday, May 23, 2015.
  • -On-site registration: $70.
  • For more information and to register, visit CARCRAFT.com .

    Ticketing Information

    Spectator tickets will go on sale at a later date. Stay tuned to CARCRAFT.com for details.

    The CAR CRAFT Summer Nationals takes place July 17-19, 2015 at Wisconsin State Fair Park, 640 S. 84th Street, West Allis, WI 53214.  Show hours:

      Friday, July 17 | 10 a.m.–8 p.m.
    • -Saturday, July 18 | 9 a.m.–6 p.m.
    • -Sunday, July 19 | 9 a.m.–4 p.m.

    Vendor Information