While studying elementary education at The College of Saint Rose, twin sisters Shameka and Lynette met Tom, who, like them would go on to teach in the region's public elementary schools. As the founders of TSL Adventures, the three harbor a passion for teaching children and high-fiving crossing guards that extends beyond the classroom. In an interview with Fox 23, Tom elaborated on the trio's connection by saying that they "share the same enthusiasm, that same boisterousness."
Their enterprise with TSL Adventures began with summer programming that educated and entertained children with community-focused classes and team-building skills. During the camp, kids sing songs, conduct science experiments, and splash around in pools on swimming trips. Teachers work closely with kids throughout the whole day, which is broken into a clear, detailed schedule for parental perusal every Monday. TSL Adventure's summer programming has now expanded to include afterschool care and early-childhood education with diverse age-integrated and age-separated activities.
Yankee Trails World Travel's cozy coaches transport fans to Yankee Stadium for an evening of early-season American League competition against the Minnesota Twins. The Yankees took six games of eight from the Twins in the 2011 season and look to improve upon last year's division-clinching 97-win campaign. Alongside veteran shortstop and five-time World Series champion Derek Jeter, the Yankees 2012 roster brims with breakout talents that include Robinson Canó, the 2011 Home Run Derby champion whose out-of-the-park hits have dramatically increased reports of UFOs hovering above the Bronx.
After a change of ownership in January 2011, David’s Fine Foods expanded its repertoire of delicacies to include a heartier new menu of sandwiches and breakfasts served until 1:00 p.m. Start the day with a fluffy three-egg omelette ($4), or indulge in brunch-time decadence with a tri-layered stack of strawberry, blueberry, or chocolate-chip pancakes ($4). Diners can crunch into a crusty, freshly baked french roll stuffed with maple-roasted turkey breast and crisp lettuce ($4.95), or quietly sink teeth into lean Angus pastrami cloaked in a soft wrap that cushions cacophonous munching and provides an ideal meal to prevent librarian shushing or to pack for covert Bigfoot stake-outs ($5.95).
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Supersonic Car Wash's automatic tunnels and attentive technicians expunge automotive dirt on the inside and out. During each Superwash package, tri-foams exterminate outer filth and seal in escape-minded shine with clear coat wax. After polishing wheels and cleaning tires, techs vacuum the cabin, wash the windows, dust the dash, and decimate gunk civilizations growing in the cup holders. The three-to-four-hour interior and exterior detail kicks off with a full-service wash and wheel clean. As techs restore sheen to the outside façade, staffers spread healthy gobs of shampoo across the carpets, seats, and mats in order to bully out spills and erase evidence of the carpool’s last pie-eating contest. Details conclude with an interior tidying, as techs spruce up surfaces and plastics and outfit panels in conditioners.
Clean Image dispatches crews of insured and bonded professionals to fight grime caught in carpets, clinging to upholstery, and discoloring floors. The experts employ Rotovac equipment to clean carpets, evict dirt and stains, and restore upholstery to a pristine state in time for tea parties with tax collectors. Workers return transparency to windows with thorough scrubbings and care for vinyl, linoleum, and natural stone floors with waxing and refinishing. Their pressure washing leaves house exteriors immaculate, and the team also cleans out gutters and restores and scrubs decks.