Community News & Events
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Henley Middle School’s We The People team recently placed first at the state competition and is planning their trip to nationals. We The People is a Civics competition where students present speeches responding to a Constitutional question and then must answer follow up questions from a panel of expert judges. The team is having a fundraiser on March 12th at Chipotle on Pantops from 5pm to 9pm. Mention the Henley fundraiser when you order and the team will receive a portion of the proceeds. On April 15th, the team will take over Crozet Creamery from 6pm to 8pm when they will be scooping delicious ice cream. A portion of the proceeds and 100% of the tips will support the students on the team. Direct donations are also accepted via checks made out to Henley Middle School - with We The People in the memo line.
Here's an opportunity to recycle books your family has outgrown! Book Baskets will recycle your new or lightly used children’s books by giving them to children in our community who have few of their own. Please bring books you no longer need to the basket at your school, at any time all year. We appreciate your help. Thank you!
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Camp 4 Real is excited to announce its first Camp4Real Kids Night Out at Meriwether Lewis on Friday, March 1st from 6:15 to 9:00! To celebrate this momentous occasion, we are bringing back Mr. Massie for the event! The Massie/Williams team is getting back together for a Real Fun evening of C4R favorites and we will even refuel our kids with some Real Food! Kids from any school can attend what is sure to be a Real Active and Real Awesome night! Click here to register and join the fun!
Camp Carysbrook is an Overnight Camp for girls located in Southwest Virginia near Roanoke.
"Camp Carysbrook encourages campers to believe and trust in themselves and discover their unique abilities."
Travis Schnell will be hosting a Come and Learn event on February 2 from 2-4pm!
This is an opportunity to meet with the Director Erika Schlichter and also meet some campers!
Come learn more about this awesome summer opportunity for your daughter!
There 1 week to 7 week options! www.campcarysbrook.com
RSVP to firstname.lastname@example.org
On Sunday, February 10, CharlottesvilleFamily will once again be hosting its free, annual Fun Fair & Camp Expo, where parents and families will have a chance to meet camp exhibitors from all over the East Coast. This event is a great opportunity for parents to learn about the many after school and summer camp activities in the area that will keep kids engaged outside of school hours. What better way to encourage learning and growing than with extracurriculars that combine fun, relationship and character development, and hands-on learning. Stop by CharlottesvilleFamily’s Fun Fair & Camp Expo on Sunday, February 10, between 10 a.m. and 3 p.m. at the DoubleTree by Hilton Hotel Charlottesville.
Baseball & Softball for boys/girls ages 4-16
Online registration is now open at www.peachtreebaseball.com
In person registration,Tues, Jan 15th, 6:30-8:00 at Field School
Deadline to register is Fri,Jan 18th Practices/Games played in Crozet!!
Click here for Flyer. Scholarships are available
Proudly providing Baseball & Softball in the Community for over 50 years!!
Applications for the UVA Summer Enrichment program for gifted and high ability learners, grades 4-10, are due on February 15th, 2019. (https://curry.virginia.edu/services-outreach/saturday-summer-enrichment-program)
Girls Geek Day is coming to Meriwether Lewis Elementary on Saturday December 8th. This is a free event but your daughters must be pre-registered to participate. Please click here for more information and to register.
Your talented child has been creating artwork for you that you will see soon on their personalized catalog coming home in backpack mail. Celebrate your child’s artistic achievement! You will be able to order timeless keepsakes to cherish for years to come. Check out www.square1art.com/shop for gift ideas. Proceeds support the art department at MLS.
Arts in Western Education (AWE) is a non-profit organization supporting arts education in the public schools of the Western Albemarle feeder pattern. On November 8th AWE is partnering with Mezeh in the Shops at Stonefield for a fundraiser. Mezeh will be donating 40% of each sale toward supporting art programs in the Western feeder pattern. Mention “AWE” as you check out to indicate you are participating in the AWE Fundraiser.
Please see the advertisement below, and learn more about AWE on Facebook: “Arts in Western Education” and on the website at www.artsinwesterneducation.org.
Check out Crozet Arts to learn all about the programs they offer - CrozetArts.org.
Submitted by Ken Young