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Posted by:[email protected] 7:38 am on7/25/2018

Boruto Chapter 25 has been released!

Click For Boruto Chapter 025 Spoiler Preview:Kawaki wields a strange power which Kara wants to exploit. Will Boruto find some way to save the boy he is connected to?

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Posted by:[email protected] 8:03 am on6/7/2018

Boruto Chapter 24 has been released!

Click For Boruto Chapter 024 Spoiler Preview:As Kara continues to plot, the young boy their plans focus on begins to make moves of his own

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Posted by:[email protected] 9:10 am on5/11/2018

Boruto Chapter 23 has been released!

Click For Boruto Chapter 023 Spoiler Preview:Team Konohamaru are being challenged by Koji, will the mysterious Kara member prove too much to handle?

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Posted by:[email protected] 2:04 pm on3/28/2018

Boruto Chapter 22 has been released!

Click For Boruto Chapter 022 Spoiler Preview:Does Ao still have some tricks up his sleeve, or has time finally run out for this missing ninja?

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Posted by:[email protected] 8:51 am on3/2/2018

Boruto Chapter 21 has been released!

Click For Boruto Chapter 021 Spoiler Preview:Team Konohamaru must complete their mission but the elder ninja Ao now stands in their way, can they beat this modified man?

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Posted by:[email protected] 11:47 pm on1/22/2018

Boruto Chapter 20 has been released!

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High School Sports is more than just a fun part of the High School experience. Studies have shown that High School Sports develops a Well Rounded Adult. Athleticsteaches teamwork, cooperation, and builds confidence. Wake County provides less than $900 total yearly for all our student-athletes, for ALL of our 35 Varsity and JV teams.

The IMP Club, through fundraising efforts, provides more than 60% of the CHS Athletic Department Budget. 98% of the money raises goes directly to support the student athletes (i.e. facilities maintenance and repair, uniforms, etc.)

The IMP Club needs your help to support the fundraising efforts – training is provided.

Get INVOLVED – come to the next Club meeting to see how YOU can help – its FUN!

Next Meeting: August12th @ 7pm,Fieldhouse at Cary High

2018-2019Officers:President: Dee JonesVice-President: Mary HillSecretary: Sarah MuscarellaTreasurer: OPENAthletic Director:Mike Dunphy2018-2019Board Positions/Committee Chairs:Membership Committee Chair: Patricia BerkowitzConcessions Committee Chairs: Susan Cairns

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If you have interest or would like to find out more about the roles, please contact Dee Jones, IMP Club President/acting Treasurer or Mary Hill, IMP Club Vice President.

For those of you new to Cary High who are interested in playing football this fall, here is a list of To Do items before you show up for workouts/practices.

1. Register on under2018 Football(You will need a parent to create an account on goimps because you are not yet 18 yrs old)

2. You must have a valid Wake County Physical Form completely filled out by you, your parents and a medical doctor. Here is a link for the physical forms:Wake Physicals(Your Middle School physical forms cannot be used, only the doctors portion is OK as long as the date of the physical has not expired.)

3. Get registered forFootball Camp at Mt. Olive University(see info below, for 10-12 graders only)

4. Check the practice schedule forFootballand start attending summer workouts.

5. Bring tennis shoes and cleats to workouts everyday.

6. We start summer workouts at 7 AM, you need to check-in at the field house on Cooper Field by 6:45 AM.

7. You do NOT need to bring water bottles, we will provide that for the boys.

8. Get involved with theCaryFootball Clubto help make the necessary preparations for Gamedays!

9. Interested in joining the Imp Club? Check out the link for attending montly meetings about Cary High Athletics.Cary Imp Club

10.Mandatory 1st day of practice will be Monday, July 30th at 7 AM. (Check-in starts at 6:30 AM)

11. If you are interested in purchasing your own helmet please emailCoach Wilkes.


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This year GP Surgeries are advising their patients that they have a named GP. Patients are registered with the surgery as a whole, and one of GPs will be named as your usual GP on your medical record. You may of course request to see the GP of your choice. If you would like to know the name of your named GP please ask at reception.

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Tax rises will be needed to pay for the boost in NHS funding announced by the government, the prime minister says.

Theresa May conceded the public would pay more, but promised this would be done in a fair and balanced way.

The government also says economic growth and a Brexit dividend will help cover the costs of the increased spending, which will see NHS Englands budget increase by 20bn by 2023.

Labours John McDonnell called the funding model not credible.

He – and others – have been critical about whether there will be the savings from Brexit that ministers are claiming.

But in a speech in London, Mrs May insisted it would free up money.

Some of the extra funding I am promising will come from using the money we will no longer spend on our annual membership subscription to the European Union after we have left.

However, she added that taxpayers will have to contribute a bit more in a fair and balanced way to support the NHS we all use.

In return, Mrs May said the NHS had to play its part to ensure every penny is well spent.

She has asked NHS England boss Simon Stevens to work with senior doctors to come up with a 10-year plan, looking at productivity, staffing and key areas such as mental health and cancer survival.

It must be a plan that tackles waste, reduces bureaucracy and eliminates unacceptable variation, Mrs May said.

At the weekend, the government announced the NHS England budget would increase by 3.4% a year on average over the next five years.

That means by 2023 the budget will be 20bn higher than it is now, once inflation is taken into account.

Currently, NHS England spends 114bn a year.

But the plan does not include other parts of the wider health budget, such as training, stop-smoking clinics and other preventative services, so the overall health increase might be lower than 3.4%.

The average annual rise since the foundation of the NHS in 1948 is 3.7%.

The plan also means more money will be given to the rest of the UK – about 4bn – although it will be up to theWelshandScottishgovernments to decide how that is spent.

Health Secretary Jeremy Hunt said the boost in funding was agreed with the Treasury on the basis it would come from three sources – Brexit, economic growth and the taxation system.

Like the prime minister, Mr Hunt did not spell out what that could mean for taxes.

Economic growth would mean the size of the public purse would grow, which leaves more for public services.

Referring to Brexit, Mr Hunt the savings wont be anything like enough.

In fact, some have questioned the very idea of a Brexit dividend with the Liberal Democrats even asking the UK Statistics Authority to rule whether the government is right to claim there is one.

The Conservative chair of the Commons Health and Social Care Committee, Sarah Wollaston, said the concept was tosh.

And Paul Johnson, director of economic think-tank the Institute for Fiscal Studies (IFS), said the only way the rise could be paid for was by an increase in taxes.

He said the financial settlement with the EU, plus the UKs commitments to replace EU funding, already uses up all of our EU contributions for the next few years.

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Analysis: By Hugh Pym, BBC health editor

It was a significant funding announcement – few at senior levels in the NHS in England disagree with that.

But as the dust settles after the weekend, several unanswered questions are still hanging in the air.

What about the areas of health which are not covered? What about investment in hospital buildings and equipment? How will it be paid for?

Ministers say there will be more details in the Budget in the autumn.

There will be a desire to keep any rises to a minimum given the Conservative Party manifesto at the last election said its intention was to reduce taxes on businesses and working families.

The IFS has looked at how much could be brought in and what the options are.

The manifesto ruled out a rise in VAT, but that does not exclude extending the range of goods the tax is applied to.

A commitment has also been made to reduce corporation tax.

Income tax and National Insurance are the two biggest sources of tax revenue to the government.

The IFS says adding a penny to the basic rate of income tax would raise 4bn, while 1p on all the main rates of NI would bring in nearly 10bn.

Changing the thresholds at which different rates are applied is another option.

Work on the plan will get under way almost immediately, with final proposals expected towards the end of the year.

Four main areas of the NHS will be looked at:

The plan will build on the five-year strategy Mr Stevens set out in 2015.

A big part of that was shifting care out of hospitals and into the community.

Mrs May is known to be keen to see a specific stress on mental health and improving cancer survival rates this time.

In her speech on Monday, the PM recalled her own reliance on the NHS for help when she was diagnosed with type one diabetes, saying: I would not be doing the job I am doing today without that support.

Meanwhile, councils have questioned why the funding announcement did not also include more money for social care and public health, which covers everything from stop smoking services to obesity prevention.

Both are considered essential to the sustainability of the NHS, but the increase announced only applied to front-line NHS services such as hospitals, GPs and mental health care.

Councillor Izzi Seccombe, of the Local Government Association, said: Without essential council services, which help people live healthy lives in their own homes and communities, the NHS cannot thrive.

The government said plans to reform the system will be published in the coming months.

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13 Reasons Whyfollows teenager Clay Jensen (Dylan Minnette) as he returns home from school to find a mysterious box with his name on it lying on his porch. Inside he discovers cassette tapes recorded by Hannah Baker (Katherine Langford)his classmate and crushwho tragically died from suicide two weeks earlier. On tape, Hannah explains that there are thirteen reasons why she decided to end her life. Through Hannah and Clays dual narratives,13 Reasons Whyweaves an intricate and heart wrenching story of teenage life that will deeply affect viewers. Based on the best-selling book.

13 Reasons Why Season 2 picks up in the aftermath of Hannahs death and the start of our characters complicated journeys toward healing and recovery. Liberty High prepares to go on trial, but someone will stop at nothing to keep the truth surrounding Hannahs death concealed. A series of ominous polaroids lead Clay and his classmates to uncover a sickening secret and a conspiracy to cover it up.

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