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This Durable Luggage Is Made of 100% Carbon Fiber

first_imgIf you’re searching for a gift for a business person on the go, the Porsche Design Carbon Briefbag MHZ Durable Luggage makes a great choice. The shoulder strap is detachable, making it highly versatile and stylish. It’s designed with a combination of carbon fiber, leather, and polyester for extreme durability. These materials have lightweight properties and provide a minimalist design that exudes sophistication. As a result, it’s perfect for storing delicate items, such as a laptop. In fact, it comes with a separate laptop compartment for safe storage. There’s also a black slip pocket for convenience. The luggage’s leather and glossy black metal is the standout feature of this product. Although its appearance is its standout feature, it’s great for practical purposes, too. – Advertisement –last_img read more

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Hancock County salutes IMCA Hawkeye Dirt Tour winner Dripps

first_imgBRITT, Iowa (June 28) – After they saluted the men and women who served our country, fans at Hancock County Speedway saluted Corey Dripps.Dripps won the Tuesday night Salute to Veterans Hawkeye Dirt Tour main event, earning $3,500 for his Xtreme Motor Sports IMCA Modified victory.The pits were packed with 140 entries in five sanctioned divisions, including 44 Modifieds for the fifth of a dozen HDT events on the 2016 schedule. Dripps’ victory was his tour career first and put him on the ballot for the Fast Shafts All-Star Invitational.“It was a very gratifying win for us tonight,” he said. I felt like we had been in position to win some of these races and I’ve let them get away. It’s nice to be able to put it all together.”Coming off back-to-back wins in weekly shows at Buena Vista Raceway and Benton County Speedway, the eighth starting Dripps was already up to second when pole starter Ricky Thornton Jr. broke early and pulled into the infield.He set sail from that point, using different lines and leading to the end of the 30-lapper.“We had Ricky in our sights,” Dripps said. “We’d gone back to a setup we hadn’t done since about 1998 – it’s an old-school thing – and the car responded very well.”Ryan Ruter, Jeremy Mills, Kelly Shryock and Mike Jergens completed the top five.Chris Abelson brought the series point lead to Britt, pulled off late in the contest and was scored 21st.Cayden Carter was the $2,000 IMCA Sunoco Stock Car winner while $1,500 checks went to Cody Nielsen and Jared Boumeester for their IMCA Sunoco Hobby Stock and Karl Chevrolet Northern SportMod victories, respectively. Jay DeVries took the $200 Mach-1 Sport Compact checkers.Salute to Veterans was sponsored by Bayer Crop Science and Mike and Barb Schroeder, Lone Rock & L.G. Seeds.Next up on the Hawkeye Dirt Tour schedule are three midweek events in as many nights: Tuesday, July 19 at the Iowa State Fairgrounds Speedway in Des Moines; Wednesday, July 20 at Southern Iowa Speedway in Oskaloosa; and Thursday, July 21 at Knoxville Raceway.Feature results – 1. Corey Dripps, Reinbeck; 2. Ryan Ruter, Kanawha; 3. Jeremy Mills, Garner; 4. Kelly Shryock, Fertile; 5. Mike Jergens, Plover; 6. Jay Noteboom, Hinton; 7. Hunter Marriott, Brookfield, Mo.; 8. Cody Laney, Torrance, Calif.; 9. Tad Reutzel, Burt; 10. Jesse Hoeft, Forest City; 11. Kyle Brown, State Center; 12. Kyle Strickler, Mooresville, N.C.; 13. Josh Ruby, Lakota; 14. Joel Rust, Grundy Center; 15. Jeff James, Stanton; 16. Tim Ward, Harcourt; 17. Ethan Dotson, Bakersfield, Calif.; 18. Adam Larson, Ankeny; 19. Mark Elliott, Webster City; 20. Richie Gustin, Gilman; 21. Chris Abelson, Sioux City; 22. Troy Cordes, Dunkerton; 23. Ricky Thornton Jr., Harcourt; 24. Austin Wolf, Algona.1st heat (top two) – 1. Noteboom; 2. Larson; 3. Reutzel; 4. Cordes; 5. Ben Kraus, Britt; 6. Nate Hughes, Indianola; 7. Mat Hollerich, Good Thunder, Minn.; 8. Todd Stinehart, Waseca, Minn.; 9. Jay Marks, Bakersfield, Calif.2nd heat – 1. Ruter; 2. Shryock; 3. Hoeft; 4. Brown; 5. Todd VanEaton, Fontanelle; 6. Cody Knecht, Whittemore; 7. Clint Wendel, Mason City; 8. Troy Swearingen, Forest City; 9. Gustin.3rd heat – 1. Wolf; 2. Dripps; 3. Marriott; 4. James; 5. Laney; 6. Stacey Mills, Webb; 7. Brandon Maitland, Waterloo; 8. Racer Hulin, Laurel; 9. Scott Olson, Blairsburg.4th heat – 1. Thornton; 2. Abelson; 3. Ward; 4. Elliott; 5. Mike Mashl, DePere, Wis.; 6. Strickler; 7. Aaron Benson, Clear Lake; 8. Devon Havlik, Iowa Falls; 9. Bryce Carey, Nashua.5th heat – 1. Jeremy Mills; 2. Jergens; 3. Ruby; 4. Rust; 5. Dotson; 6. Todd Shute, Des Moines; 7. Shane DeMey, Denison; 8. Dotson.1st “B” feature (top four) – 1. Reutzel; 2. Ward; 3. Laney; 4. Strickler; 5. Wendel; 6. Rust; 7. Marks; 8. DeMey; 9. Hughes; 10. Hulin; 11. Carey; 12. Brown.2nd “B” feature – 1. Hoeft; 2. Ruby; 3. Gustin; 4. James; 5. Shute; 6. Mashl; 7. Knecht; 8. Kraus; 9. Havlik; 10. Brandon Maitland; 11. Stinehart.3rd “B” feature – 1. Marriott; 2. Elliott; 3. Dotson; 4. Cordes; 5. Ryan Maitland; 6. VanEaton; 7. Stacey Mills; 8. Swearingen; 9. Benson; 10. Hollerich; 11. Olson.last_img read more

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Next steps in hope and healing in Parkland and Broward County

first_imgSurvivors of the Parkland shooting.Photograph by Peter Hapak for TIME On June 10, Broward County Public Schools (BCPS) in collaboration with the Center for Mind-Body Medicine (CMBM) and the Children’s Services Council, will begin the next 15-month phase of a Comprehensive Wellness Program, which is already providing stress relief and trauma recovery to BCPS students, parents, teachers and school staff.  The June 10 – 13 training for 170 educators, clinicians, and student peer counselors, will take place at The Bonaventure Resort and Spa in Weston, Florida. Response to psychological distressFollowing the February 14, 2018, tragedy at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School, which took the innocent lives of 17 students and school staff, BCPS Superintendent Robert W. Runcie and his leadership team reached out to community partners to create an effective, sustainable Districtwide response to the psychological distress that was devastating Broward’s students and their families, and staff.Superintendent Runcie and his team read about CMBMs groundbreaking use of self-care and group support during and after wars in the Balkans and Middle East. They experienced CMBM’s practical tools for rebalancing trauma-disrupted biological, psychological, and social functioning, and reviewed the papers published in peer-reviewed journals that demonstrated that the model decreases post-traumatic stress disorder by 80% in war-traumatized children and adults.Grant from Chan-Zuckerberg initiativeA grant from The Chan-Zuckerberg Initiative underwrote a year-long program for CMBM to provide BCPS with intensive wellness training for 180 clinicians, educators, parents and dedicated community members from Broward County and 130 peer-counselors at MSD. These trainings brought CMBM’s signature small groups, workshops and classroom experiences to 75% of Marjory Stoneman Douglas High students and to several thousand students, family members and teachers throughout the county. One of the trainees who has led CMBM self-care groups, Marjory Stoneman Douglas High parent and mental health counselor Ellen Fox-Snider, praised the power of this process “to transform” – teachers and parents, as well as students. Research on the program confirmed their experience. Those who participated in the trainings showed statistically significant improvements in all measures, including depression, fear, hostility, guilt, sadness, fatigue and hope.In early spring 2019, the Children’s Services Council, which closely tracked CMBM’s program, committed to extending its reach in Broward County. On May 21, the Broward County School Board unanimously voted to fully fund the program. The June 10-13 training will be led by psychiatrist James S. Gordon, M.D., CMBM’s founder and executive director. For Dr. Gordon, who is also a clinical professor at Georgetown Medical School, the work in Parkland and Broward is “a beacon of hope and a tribute to Robert Runcie’s vision of social-emotional learning as well as trauma recovery. This is foundational education,” Dr. Gordon stressed, “it should be an integral part of the school experience of every student everywhere.”“There is,” he observed, “a sign in a courtyard at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High, a Nelson Mandela quote urging students to ‘Be the change you wish to see in the world.’ That is the hope of the people in Broward County,” Dr. Gordon concluded, “what we’re working to help them make a reality.”last_img read more

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