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Homeschoolers - Newsletters

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published on 07/05/2002

Homeschooler Summer Newsletter Update

By
Homeschoolers Newsletter Editor


By Diane Roozen --
POOL PARTY
Saturday, August 17, 7-9 PM
Signal Mountain Pool
Notice the time change. Everyone is encouraged to bring a snack to share (chips, cookies, fruit, etc.). The group will provide drinks, ice, and paper products. When you're not getting wet, check out some information on upcoming events, meetings, classes, and field trips. Cost $5.00 per family. In order to know how many to expect for drinks, RSVP to Angie or or Diane or .

2002-03 Directory Updates
Do you know new families who will be joining us this year? Hav you moved or "added to" your family since last August? If so, please let me know so that I may get a head start on this year's directory. Suggestions on its format or content are always welcome. Laura Miller or .

Curriculum Fair Volunteers.
Our Support Group has been asked by the Curriculum Fair coordinators to assist in providing food for the vendors. They need us to provide the following:

2 dozen ham sandwiches (plain, just hand, and bread), individually packaged;
3 dozen peanut butter and jelly sandwiches, individually packaged;
3 dozen packs of cookies (3/package) or brownie (1/package);
1 large bag of chips (jumbo size).

Diane () will deliver these items Friday morning, July 26th. She will be happy to pick yours up, or you may take them to her home. Diane suggests we divide the task -- perhaps, preparing one dozen sandwiches or cookies per volunteer. She plans to make 1 dozen sandwiches and Allyson Kinard will do 1 dozen peanut butter and jelly.

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