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Misunderstanding of Driving Schools and Exposure of Students

There at times seems to be some misunderstanding as well as concerns from parents about exposure to young students in New Driver Training classes to adults, especially those in the DUI/Risk Reduction Program. This, has also been a rumor many times promoted by schools that don’t offer both programs as a tool to lead potential students away from schools that do offer both programs. We certainly understand the concern and want to inform you of the actual truth in this scenario.
  • That would not be a 
    Best Business Practice    
  • At South Cherokee, we only hold one class at a time on any day.
  • Due to the Federal Confidentiality Laws, the DUI/Risk Reduction student has the right of confidentiality, therefore we could not legally mix the two groups.
I am hoping this information allays some of your concerns for not only our school but for all others who offer both programs.

If, you have any questions about this, please feel free to call 770-928-3679 and ask.
 
South Cherokee’s motto:
 
Let’s all work together for safer roads…..



THE TEN COMMANDMENTS
OF CAR MAINTENANCE


SIXTH COMMANDMENT: 
BELTS


Automotive belts should be inspected at least monthly looking for signs of wear.

Here are four examples of wear which you may see if examining the serpentine belt on your vehicle. If you do find it, see your local mechanic or dealer to have it replaced. 

The same type of wear patterns  may  present themselves on V-belts used on  your car, if found, same solution is recommended, replace it or have it replaced. 
We've partnered with Alpha and Omega Automotive to bring you an in depth look at the most frequently asked questions about your car and how to get the most out of it. Owner Billy Kennedy shows you how you can keep your car running smoothly by simply checking the oil on a regular basis.

CLASS SCHEDULE



Business Hours

Woodstock Location:

RRP # 10052, DI # 2101, DT # 554, TPT # 554

Monday - Thursday 9:00am – 5:00pm
Friday: 9:00am – 8:00pm
open Friday evenings, for assessments for that weekends class
(or any up-coming class)

Saturday: 9:00am – 11:30am
Open for assessments for upcoming classes
Closed for lunch: 12:30 – 1:30pm
Call 770.928.3679 for assistance


Jasper Location

RRP # 10053, DI # 2102, DT # 555

Thursday: 2:00pm – 7:00pm
Open for assessments and registrations for upcoming classes
Call 706.692.1632 for assistance


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From our Blog series, "Fallible Human Beings…. In my life"
by Osa Martens

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You may read more of the Fallible Human Beings…. In my life on our blog, please feel free to comment.

If you have been following Osa’s blog The Fallible Human Beings in my Life, let us know if you are enjoying them; Like on Facebook, comment and/or share with friends. The blogs have a poignant story of someone in Osa’s life that has helped her become the person she is today.  Most of the blogs are written in memory of someone who may not be remembered in any other way. Some of the blogs are just plain amusing.

Illinois:


Chicago Style Italian Beef Sandwiches recipe 
AllFreeSlowCookerRecipes.com


Ingredients:
1 (4 pound) chuck roast
3 cups water
2 teaspoons oregano
1 teaspoon sesame seeds
2 beef bouillon cubes
3 pepperoncini peppers, seeded and sliced
2 teaspoons fennel seed
Salt and pepper to taste
2 sliced and seeded green bell peppers
1/4 cup pepperoncini juice
1 to 2 cans good beef broth (if needed)
Hot crusty Italian beef buns or hard rolls
 
Directions:
Put chuck roast and water in crock pot. Cook on LOW for 8 to 9 hours, until meat is tender.
Pick through meat and remove all fat. Shred meat.
In a large pan add meat, broth from crock pot, oregano, sesame seeds, beef bouillon cubes, pepperoncini, fennel seed (do not omit this), salt and pepper, green peppers and pepperoncini juice from peppers. If you don't have enough broth from the crock pot, add 1 to 2 cans of good beef broth to the meat.
Heat for about 30 minutes and serve on hot crusty Italian beef buns or hard rolls. 


True to its motto, "Cross Roads of America" Indiana has more miles of Interstate Highway per square mile than any other state. The Indiana state Motto, can be traced back to the early 1800s.

Do you have a favorite recipe  that is native to Indiana? If so please submit to osa@southcherokee.com
by October 1, 2015.

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