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Date: November 20 – December 4, 2020

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Date: January 23 – March 6, 2021

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Certificate in Social Media Management

Whether you’re interested in lead generation, social influence, or creative marketing, improving your social media skills will always pay off in the long run.

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Date: January 23 – February 6, 2021

Time: 6:00 p.m. – 8:00 p.m.

Certified Public Manager

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Date: November 20 – December 4, 2020

Time: 9:00 a.m. – 4:00 p.m.

Personal Trainer Certification

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Date: January 23 – March 6, 2021

Time: 9:00 a.m. – 12:00 p.m.

Certificate in Social Media Management

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Date: January 23 – February 6, 2021

Time: 6:00 p.m. – 8:00 p.m.

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What is RoadRally?

What is RoadRally?

RoadRally is a scenic drive with a purpose, a chance to enjoy a day with a friend, the least expensive form of motorsport and as one participant described it, “The most intense thing I have ever done.”

Considering that his, “most intense thing” was done on a public road without ever breaking any laws in a car with absolutely no modifications – it’s clear that RoadRally is much more than a simple phrase can describe.

Because events do not involve speed, teams do not need specialized equipment for their car. Although there are classes for vehicles with RoadRally-specific equipment on them, often teams will do the events with only pens, paper and a wristwatch. On the rare occasion the RoadRally is held at night, a small flashlight might be needed. Entry fees for the events are typically less than $40, and often events will even have classes for RoadRally novices.

RoadRally starts months in advance when organizers plan a route for teams to follow, determine safe and legal speeds for each portion and then write up step-by-step instructions on where to drive using distance, landmarks or even mystery-style clues for teams to follow.

When designing the route, organizers make sure to set average speeds below the speed limits for the roads traversed. Competitors should never feel the need to speed or drive unsafe to meet time goals. The goal of a RoadRally is precision, not risk.

When the day of the event arrives, teams will compete to see who is the best at reading the route instructions carefully, following the route, and maintaining the assigned average speeds. RoadRally teams are made up of two people with one of them – the driver – keeping eyes on the road and the other – the navigator – reading directions, figuring out times and helping spot landmarks.  

Competition is measured by when teams arrive at precisely-measured checkpoints set up along the rally route where the exact arrival time has been calculated based on the designated average speeds. Penalty points are assigned if a team arrives at a checkpoint late or early. The further off the time, the more points the team gets and when the time comes to hand out trophies – the lowest score wins.  

RoadRally Classes

Unlike the Classes in most motorsports that are determined by the vehicle you’re driving, in RoadRally the Classes are determined by the type of calculating equipment that you’re using.  Classes vary according to the type of rally.  The rally’s flyer and General Instructions will describe the specific Classes that are offered for that particular event.

RoadRally Styles

Touring Rallies are RoadRally events where the emphasis is on staying on-time and arriving at each checkpoint at precisely the correct time. These are also known as Time-Speed-Distance (TSD) events and they use easy to follow route instructions to guide contestants along roads that are fun to drive. In addition to instructions which include average speeds, sometimes the mileage is given for each route instruction which makes the course even easier to follow. 

Course Rallies also have TSD elements, but offer the additional challenge of specific rules for following the course. The General Instructions for a Course Rally describe those rules and contestants are tested on their ability to follow those rules, observe signs and landmarks, and to follow specific directions. 

GTA Rallies, named for their “Game, Tour and Adventure” elements, GTA rallies are like Course Rallies, but without average speeds and checkpoint timing.  Scoring is typically based on your ability to correctly answer questions about things that you see along the rally route.

Treks, SCCA Treks are non-competitive driving events intended to foster social interaction among the participants. They provide a path to new memberships and increase awareness of the general public to SCCA. Participants follow a pre-determined route using a “convoy style – follow the car ahead of you” format. The lead car in the convoy is driven by a person who knows the pre-determined route. This is typically the event’s Chairperson. A sweep car will run in the last position in the group.

Two people (a driver and a navigator) in ordinary cars make up a rally team.

A RoadRally is traversed over public roads within the legal speed limit. The challenge is to drive on time, arriving at points along the route neither early nor late (it’s NOT a race). Each team needs a simple watch which can be synchronized to match official time, as well as something to write on and with. Interior lighting (map lights, a flashlight, etc) is also a good idea for night rallies.

After receiving and browsing the route instructions, cars start at one minute intervals. The first section, a short 10-15 mile route, is called the “Odometer Calibration Zone,” and is used to calibrate the rally car’s odometer to the official mileage used to measure the course by the rallymaster. After this section, the competition really begins, as you must follow the course using the instructions in the route book, as well as the general instructions that govern the rally. Meanwhile, you must also stay on time, based on the average speeds given in the instructions at various points through the routes.

A Contest of Precision

At various points, unknown to the competitors, timing controls (checkpoints) will be encountered. Since the rallymaster knows the exact distance and speeds you should have traveled to reach the checkpoint, the “perfect time” of arrival can be calculated. You are timed at the moment you reach the control, and will receive penalty points for arriving either early OR late. You are then given information about the last leg, as well as a time to start the next leg, and a clean start to challenge the clock. This is a contest of precision, not a race, and each leg is scored separately. If you are early or late at one control, you cannot make up for it by being late or early at the next. At the conclusion, scores for all legs are totaled, and the lowest score wins (just like golf). Sound easy? Well, just as in golf, it takes practice to get very good scores.

Regardless of how well you score, rallying is a lot of fun if you like to spend time in your car, see some scenery and spend time with congenial people. Rallies usually end at a location where munchies and beverages are available. You can join the rest of the crowd in discussing how the event went and how you did, while waiting for the final scores to be calculated and trophies to be awarded. 

Events For All Levels of Experience

A Touring rally is a time-speed-distance contest with straight-forward course following. There is never a deliberate attempt to lead the contestant off course, and typically redundant/confirming instructions are provided if there is an apparent opportunity to get lost. Since there is less challenge in staying on course, the competition usually either tests the driver with challenging roads, and/or tests the navigator with precise calculations. A typical National Tour rally with a minimum of 24 controls is won with an average of less than one point per control, and often with less than 10 points total (or a total error for the day of under 6 seconds!).

A Course rally is also a time-speed-distance event, but requires logic to determine where the course goes, as well as the skills to remain at the assigned average speed. These contests emphasize mental agility as much as on the road skills. The ability to think quickly is necessary, often described as “Chess on wheels.” If you are a “puzzle” person, then Course rallying is for you. Scores are generally higher as navigating the course correctly by solving the “traps” laid by the rallymaster plays a much bigger role in final scores than very accurate timekeeping.

A GTA rally is not a time-speed-distance event, but following the course may be as challenging as a Course rally. Or it may be simple, but finding certain signs and landmarks may be the challenge. From knowing Santa’s reindeer on a Christmas rally to finding the oldest gravestone in an old cemetery at night on a Halloween rally, GTA rallies have a wide range of formats and challenges.
 

Source: www.scca.com


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CARES Act: Non-Profit Employers’ Obligation for Unemployment Benefits Reimbursement | Foley & Lardner LLP

CARES Act: Non-Profit Employers’ Obligation for Unemployment Benefits Reimbursement | Foley & Lardner LLP

Under the CARES Act (Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security Act), the federal government will pay 50% of the reimbursable unemployment benefits from March 13, 2020 through December 31, 2020 for those non-profit employers that use the “reimbursement method” for paying unemployment benefits (these non-profit employers opted to pay the cost of any unemployment compensation in exchange for not paying unemployment insurance premiums).  The CARES Act allows states flexibility in collecting the remaining 50%.

The CARES Act also provides additional unemployment benefits for employees, but these expanded benefits (including a $600 extra weekly benefit and an extra 13 weeks of unemployment compensation) will be paid by the federal government and will not require reimbursement by the non-profit employer.  We analyze these additional unemployment benefits and CARES Act changes to unemployment eligibility rules in a separate client alert.

Unemployment insurance is governed by both federal and state statutes.  It is administered at the state level, and each state program is slightly different.  Unemployment tax is universally required for for-profit enterprises (with some limited exceptions), but unemployment tax may work somewhat differently for non-profits.

Certain non-profits are not subject to unemployment tax or insurance provisions at all.  These include: 

  • Non-profits with fewer than four employees
  • Churches, church auxiliaries, and religious schools
  • For other non-profits, the non-profit must pay unemployment insurance tax unless it elects the “reimbursement” method for unemployment benefits.  Under the reimbursement method, the non-profit does not pay unemployment insurance tax, but must reimburse the state for any unemployment benefits paid to former employees.  

    States have adopted laws that provide for this general reimbursement structure, with certain state-specific variations.  Many non-profit employers elect the reimbursement method for unemployment benefits, as these non-profit employers would ordinarily save money by not making regular unemployment insurance tax payments to the state.  

    A non-profit employer that opted for the reimbursement method and that furloughs or lays-off numerous employees could face a significant burden in reimbursing the state for unemployment benefits paid to former employees.  

    A non-profit employer generally cannot avoid this issue by cutting an employee’s hours or by furloughing the employee.  While the eligibility criteria for unemployment benefits varies by state, the basic principle underlying the state laws is that unemployment benefits are available for those employees who are “able” and “available” to work, but are unable to find work.  As discussed in our companion client alert, the CARES Act has impacted state eligibility requirements for unemployment benefits.  

    The CARES Act includes the following provisions relating to unemployment benefits paid under the reimbursement method:

  • The federal government will cover 50% of the benefits paid to the non-profit’s former employees (the non-profit must reimburse the other 50%) for the period March 13, 2020 through December 31, 2020
  • States are allowed flexibility in collecting the remaining 50% of the benefits
  • The CARES Act also expanded unemployment benefits coverage from 26 weeks (typical for most states) to 39 weeks in most states through the end of 2020.  Additionally, the CARES Act increased weekly unemployment insurance benefits by $600 through July 31, 2020.  Non-profits that opted for reimbursement funding will not have to reimburse the state for these additional benefits (as they are fully funded by the federal government).

    In summary, a non-profit should carefully weigh its options and consult with counsel in connection with planned layoffs or furloughs of its employees.  There are various benefits available to employers under the CARES Act and Families First Coronavirus Response Act that could impact this decision.  Moreover, the non-profit should factor employee benefits considerations and the potential unemployment benefits reimbursement burden into its decision.

    Respective state unemployment websites can be found here. For more information, please contact your Foley relationship partner or the Foley colleagues listed below.  For additional web-based resources available to assist you in monitoring the spread of the coronavirus on a global basis, you may wish to visit the websites of the CDC and the World Health Organization. 

    Foley has created a multi-disciplinary and multi-jurisdictional team to respond to COVID-19, which has prepared a wealth of topical client resources and is prepared to help our clients meet the legal and business challenges that the coronavirus outbreak is creating for stakeholders across a range of industries. Click here for Foley’s Coronavirus Resource Center to stay apprised of relevant developments, insights and resources to support your business during this challenging time.  To receive this content directly in your inbox, click here and submit the form. 

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