Eight bags. Two platforms. Two six-inch holes. One distinctly American game. The origins of cornhole are shrouded in mystery. Some say it derives from a German game, while others claim it is a descendent of a similar sport played by Native Americans. But one thing is certain—it's serious business. That's why the American Cornhole Organization was formed in 2005. By setting the rules, establishing annual tournaments and competitions, and firmly banning the practice of using trained birds to dunk bags, these referees have codified the sport and elevate it to a professional level.
Whiteland Raceway Park has acquainted patrons with the thrill of the race for more than half a century via its slate of go-kart rentals and classes. A fleet of Birel N 35-X rental karts with Honda 9HP OHV engines zips around two tracks whose layouts shift weekly to keep young riders on their toes and rental vehicles from getting bored and partying in the motor-oil storage vault. Sponsored by the Tony Stewart Junior Racing League, the park's instructional program gears classes toward students from age 5 to adult. Meanwhile, speedsters at least 16 years of age can captain rental karts for invigorating rides that last 6-7 minutes apiece.
With a stock of two-ply tints, Alternative Automotive’s staff helps patrons improve their homes’ and vehicles’ appearances while protecting the people and possessions inside. Automotive window tinting fends off the forceful advances of UV rays, promoting cooler interiors and thereby preventing seat belts from branding you upon sitting down. Their tints can do the same for residences, reducing energy bills by fostering moderate temperatures. The technicians also equip cars with name-brand auto-start systems from Avital, and they stand by their workmanship with lifetime guarantees.
Unlike library books, cars protest by not working when you don’t adhere to their due dates. To keep your vehicle in top shape, you should get your car’s oil changed every 3,000 miles or six months or after every seemingly coincidental encounter with a fainting goat. Though we all may delay getting this necessary service for our beloved steel-combustion chariots, this deal is the perfect opportunity to deal with one of the nagging chores you’ve been meaning to get around to for ages.
While some children inherit their dad's old set of wheels, the McAllister brothers got a much better deal. They inherited what they refer to as the "car gene", soaking up their father's love of all-things automobile and turning it into a thriving family business––three businesses, as a matter of fact. Besides McAllisters Auto Center, the brothers also oversee McAllisters Collision Center and McAllisters Auto Mart, where they blend a childhood full of mechanical apprenticeship with years of industry experience.
At the auto center, the McAllisters zero their car connoisseurship in on vehicles that require quick maintenance work or in-depth repairs. Oil changes, brake repairs, and engine services rekindle cars' performance, and new tires from brands such as Goodyear and Firestone restore smoothness to rides that have lost traction, balance, or the ability to stop on a dime without messing up Roosevelt's hair.