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Cheri's Weekly Update 2-14-18

posted Feb 14, 2018, 11:53 AM by Cynthia Friedman

Upcoming Events:
Sunday, Feb.18: Cheri’s Class Bhangra Dance Performance Sunday at 4:15
Monday, Feb. 19: President’s Day, No School
Friday, Feb. 23: Pasta Dinner 5:00-7:00pm
Sunday, March 11: Daylight Savings time-move clocks forward one hour
Tuesday, March 13: Hult Center Youth Concert and library visit field trip

SHARING: 2/12 An item from another country, 2/19 A recipe, song or poem

A new Sharing List is attached!

VALENTINE’S DAY: Valentine’s Day was so much fun! Thanks so much for your support!

ASIAN CELEBRATION 2018:
Students from our class are invited to participate in the Bhangra dance performances during the 2018 Asian Celebration. The event is held at the Lane Events Center on Saturday and Sunday, February 18 and 19. Admission is free for kids and $6.00 a day for adults but families of children that participate will receive one free adult admission for both days of the festival! Please let me know if your student will participate and I’ll be sure your name is on the free admission list. The dance they have been practicing is wonderfully energetic. Our kids are scheduled to dance on Sunday at 4:30. Please arrive by 4:00 and check in with Azusa or me behind the main stage. Bhangra dance instructor, SatPavan encourages girls to wear a colorful outfit-skirt or pants. Boys are asked to wear jeans and a plain, light colored shirt. We’ll have a colorful sash and headband for them to wear. Hope you and your student can attend! Visit this website for more information: http://asiancelebration.org

ASTRONOMY: Our very own sun, a medium-sized star, is the center of our solar system. We will spend the next few weeks learning about the planets, dwarf planets, moons, and asteroids. If you have items or books that will enhance this study please consider sharing.

HISTORY: Time is a fascinating topic. Not only are students honing their time telling skills, they are also exploring the plants and animals that lived during the Earth’s geologic history. If you have items or books that will enhance this study please consider sharing.

Cheri & Azusa *For more information about Ridgeline’s calendar of events, visit website: www.ridgeline.org



 

Cheri's Weekly Update 1-30-18

posted Jan 31, 2018, 12:22 PM by Cynthia Friedman

Upcoming Events:

Friday, Feb. 9: Re-enrollment deadline

Feb. 14: Valentine’s Day

Sat/Sun, Feb. 17-18: Asian Celebration

Sunday, Feb.18: Cheri’s Class Bhangra Dance Performance Sunday at 4:15

 

SHARING: 1/29 An item made with wool, 2/5 A measuring tool

 

RE-ENROLLMENT FORM

Dear Ridgeline Families, 

The electronic re-enrollment form is now available! Let us know your student’s enrollment plan for next year before February 9th.

The re-enrollment form is used for: 

o   securing your current student’s spot for the 2018-19 school year.

o   signing up for sibling preference. 

·      If you have a sibling of a currently enrolled student, who you wish to enroll for the 2018-19 school year, this is how you sign up for sibling preference. 

·      releasing your student’s spot for the 2018-19 school year.

·       If you do not plan to attend Ridgeline next year, let us know on the form. 

It only takes a few minutes to complete. URLhttps://goo.gl/P6X5u4

 

**Families that do not have access to the internet please check with the office.

 

FIELD TRIP TO HOUSE OF CHEN – Our trip to House of Chen was wonderful. When we arrived at the restaurant a group of parents awaited us! I especially appreciate the parents that accompanied us on the buses. They helped keep our students safe and on schedule. Thanks for all your support.

 

VALENTINE’S DAY: Valentine’s Day is February 14. The students are weaving special, heart-shaped envelopes to hold their cards. If your child would like to bring cards for their classmates, please be sure there is one for everyone. I will attach a class list.

 

ASIAN CELEBRATION 2018: Students from our class are invited to participate in the Bhangra dance performances during the 2018 Asian Celebration. The event is held at the Lane Events Center on Saturday and Sunday, February 17 and 18. Admission is free for kids and $6.00 a day for adults but families of children that participate will receive one free adult admission for both days of the festival! Please let me know if your student will participate and I’ll be sure your name is on the free admission list. The dance they have been practicing is wonderfully energetic. Our kids are scheduled to dance on Sunday at 4:30. Please arrive by 4:00 and check in with Azusa or me behind the main stage. Bhangra dance instructor, SatPavan encourages girls to wear a colorful outfit-skirt or pants. Boys are asked to wear jeans and a plain, light colored shirt. We’ll have a colorful sash and headband for them to wear. Hope you and your student can attend! Visit this website for more information:http://asiancelebration.org

 

ASTRONOMYNow that everyone has created a galaxy (some even named theirs!), we move on to the life cycle of stars. All stars are formed within a cloud of gas (hydrogen) and dust called a nebula. The final stage of a star’s life depends on its mass. Medium-sized stars end up as a brown dwarf star. Very large stars become a black hole!

 

ZOOLOGYThe next group of vertebrate animals is birds. Birds are warm-blooded and covered with feathers.  They are the first animal to stay and care for their young. If you have books or other materials that support our studies please consider sharing.

 

SILVERWARE: We still need spoons & forks! We usually have extra spoons and forks that the students can use for their lunches but we are gradually losing them. Please consider including silverware in your student’s lunch. And if you have some extra (smallish) spoons and/or forks that you would like to donate please send them in. Thanks!

 

Cheri & Azusa *For more information about Ridgeline’s calendar of events, visit website: www.ridgeline.org

Cheri's Weekly Update 1-11-18

posted Jan 11, 2018, 12:44 PM by Cynthia Friedman

Upcoming Events:
Wed/Thu, Jan. 10-11: Dickie Jo’s Fundraiser
Friday, Jan. 12: Talent Show & Grandparents Day
Monday, Jan. 15: Martin Luther King Day, NO SCHOOL
Friday, Jan. 26: Re-enrollment forms sent home
Monday, Jan. 29: Grading Day, NO SCHOOL
Friday, Feb. 9: Re-enrollment Forms due
Sat/Sun, Feb. 17-18: Asian Celebration
Sunday, Feb.18: Cheri’s Class Bhangra Dance Performance Sunday at 4:15

SHARING: 1/8/18 An Item made with wool, 1/15/18 A photo or greeting card

I AM JAZZ by Jessica Herthel & Jazz Jennings. This book tells the story, in very simple terms, of a child who is transgender. “Jazz is a child that was born with a girl’s brain in a boy’s body. This confuses her family until they go to see a doctor who told them that Jazz was transgender and that she had been born that way.”

I would like to read this book to the class. I wanted to let you know since your child may have questions or want to discuss it with you. If you have concerns or would like to peruse the book beforehand, just let me know. I have a copy of the book and there’s also one in our parent library. Feel free to email cheri.spies@ridgeline.org, send a note or call the office and leave a message for me: 541-681-9662.

CELEBRATIONS: January is the month we learn about/celebrate African American History and Dr. Martin Luther King. February’s celebrations include Chinese New Year, President’s Day, Valentines Day and Eugene Asian Celebration- during which our students will perform Bhangra dance!

BIRTHDAYS: Speaking of celebrations, if you would like to celebrate your student’s birthday Montessori style-with a poster and a walk-around-the-sun, let me know in advance and we’ll schedule a time that’s convenient for you to come into the classroom and share your child’s story. This special event usually takes about 30 minutes. Birthday celebrations can happen anytime during the birthday month. Of course we are always happy to sing Happy Birthday on a student’s real birthday! Questions? Send an email or a note.

ASTRONOMY & GEOLOGY: During January and February we’ll focus on galaxies, stars and our own solar system. We’ll also study about volcanoes, types of rocks, fossils and landforms. If you have books or items that support this learning please consider sharing.

BOTANY & ZOOLOGY: During January and February we’ll focus on the last two groups of vertebrates: birds and mammals. We will also study about bulbs and complete scientific observations. If you have books or items that support this learning please consider sharing.

Cheri & Azusa *For more information about Ridgeline’s calendar of events, visit website: www.ridgeline.org

Cheri's Weekly Update 12-6-17

posted Dec 7, 2017, 12:16 PM by Cynthia Friedman

Upcoming Events:
December 9: LuLaRoe Fundraiser
December 14: Mod Pizza Fundraiser
December 15: Grandparents Day
December 18 thru January 2: Winter Break
Wednesday, January 3: First day back to school
Friday, January 12: Grandparents Day & Talent Show
Monday, January 15: Martin Luther King Day, NO SCHOOL

SHARING: 12/4 –A sign of Winter or Holiday Tradition, 12/11 –Symbol of a Holiday Tradition

HOLIDAY TRADITIONS:
We would love to hear about a special holiday tradition your family enjoys. If you are able to come in and share the story of a tradition, please let me know and we will schedule a time. Otherwise, your student can tell the class. A holiday item such as a menorah, an ornament, a card or a book can also be shared. Questions? Send a note, call the office (541.681.9662) or send me an emailcheri.spies@ridgeline.org

STUDENT MARKETPLACE:
Last Saturday our students sold their fabulous creative items and donated a portion of their profits to Ridgeline! Thank you!

LuLaRoe: On Saturday, December 9, 11:00am-1:00pm, local LuLaRoe consultants will bring their inventories to the Ridgeline gym for a fundraising event to benefit Ridgeline Montessori. There will be over 4,000 pieces of inventory available to shop from, so proceeds to Ridgeline could be substantial. Get those holiday shopping gift lists, and head on down to the gym on the Dec. 9th. You don't want to miss this!

JOY OF SHARING BASKETS:
Our annual food drive, Joy of Sharing, is scheduled for the week of December 11-15. Students are encouraged to bring non-perishable donations to school. In addition to food, other items such as toilet paper and personal hygiene items are welcome. With the donated items, we will create and distribute food baskets to Ridgeline families in need, to help them over winter break.

STUDENT TALENT SHOW:
The students heard all about this upcoming event today from classroom parent, Kate Downing (Eden’s mom), and they were very excited about the possibilities! If you have questions or would like to volunteer for the Talent Show please contact Kate:wobblykate@hotmail.com

ASTRONOMY & GEOLOGY:
During December, January and February we’ll focus on galaxies, stars and our own solar system. We’ll also study about volcanoes, types of rocks, fossils, and landforms. If you have books or items that support this learning please consider sharing.

Attendance: Thank you for letting us know when your student is ill or will be out for an appointment. You can email cheri.spies@ridgeline.org andattendance@ridgeline.org or call the office 541.681.9662









Cheri & Azusa

Cheri's Weekly 11-16-17

posted Nov 16, 2017, 9:29 AM by Cynthia Friedman

Friday, Nov. 17: Harvest Party in the classroom, Barnes & Noble Book Fair
Tuesday, Nov. 21: Veggie Slicing for Stone Soup
Wednesday, Nov. 22: Stone Soup Celebration
Thursday/Friday, Nov. 24-25: No School. Happy Thanksgiving.
Student Marketplace: December 2
Grandparents Day: December 15 and January 12

SHARING: 11/13 –An item that weighs less than 5 pounds, 11/20 –An item made with wool

HARVEST PARTY: This Friday students will harvest the lettuce and other greens they have been growing in our garden since September. Our gardening volunteer, Kate Walser (Brigg’s mom), also plans to make a ranch dressing and wholesome pumpkin muffins to go with our delicious salad. Please send a bowl and fork with your child’s lunch on Friday.

BARNES & NOBLE BOOK FAIR – Our annual book fair at Barnes and Noble is this Friday! Please join us at the Barnes and Noble Book Fair to purchase holiday gifts, watch classroom performances, and enjoy a fun evening together. A percentage of the book fair purchases at Barnes & Noble will go to Ridgeline. This includes friends’ and family purchases at stores around the country! Just give them the book fair ID number 12212015. All purchases need to be made November 17-22. You must tell the cashier you are with our book fair and give the ID number for it to count toward the book fair. Online purchases do count, although the percentage back to Ridgeline is much less.

Book Fair Performance Schedule
· 6:00pm Diana – reciting poems “What is a Book?” and “I like Fall”
· 6:15pm Emily's Class – singing songs “Glorious” and “A Place in the Choir”
· 6:30pm Eric's Class – singing songs “Limerick Song” and “Sixpence”
· 6:45pm Cheri's Class – singing songs “Over the River” and “This Little Light”
· 7:00pm Middle School – T.R.U.E. performance
· 7:20pm Book buying break!
· 7:35pm Clint's Class – “Postcards from National Parks”
· 7:50pm Sharon's Class – “The Adventures of Superman” radio show
· 8:10pm Mary's Class – “Famous Journeys of Explorers” play

STONE SOUP CELEBRATION: It’s that time again! Every year all Ridgeline students gather together to prepare and share a meal of soup and bread. Please send vegetables for washing, peeling and/or slicing by Tuesday, Nov. 21. We need volunteers to come into the classroom on Tuesday morning (9:30-10:30) to help the children wash, peel and slice vegetables! If you can help with the vegetable preparation on Tuesday morning, please let me know! Thank you.

“MUSICAL TIME MACHINE” HULT CENTER: We learned so much about the history of music and the composers from different musical eras! The Eugene Symphony orchestra along with Bill Hulings also entertained and taught us about four elements of music: rhythm, melody, harmony and timbre. Ask your student to tell you about this special student concert!

TRICK or TREAT for UNICEF: The kids brought in $87.41! Thank you for your support.

Cheri & Azusa *For more information about Ridgeline’s calendar of events, visit website: www.ridgeline.org

 

 

 

 

Cheri's Weekly Update 11-2-17

posted Nov 2, 2017, 12:58 PM by Cynthia Friedman

Upcoming Events:
Sunday, Nov. 5: Daylight Saving Time ends. Enjoy an extra hour of sleep!
Friday, Nov. 10: Veteran’s Day. No School.
Tuesday, Nov. 14: Field trip to Hult Center, Musical Time Machine
Friday, Nov. 17: Barnes & Noble Book Fair
Tuesday, Nov. 21: Veggie Slicing for Stone Soup
Wednesday, Nov. 22: Stone Soup Celebration
Thursday/Friday, Nov. 24-25: No School. Happy Thanksgiving.

SHARING: 10/30-A Riddle, Poem or Joke, 11/6 -An Instrument or a Collection

HULT CENTER, NOVEMBER 14: Our class will attend a special youth concert, The Musical Time Machine, at the Hult Center on Tuesday, November 14. We will ride the9:25 LTD bus to the Downtown Station then walk the rest of the way. We return to school by 12:30 in time for lunch. Please send a pocket snack for your students to eat along the way. The cost is $5.00 per student. Please complete the attached permission form and return as soon as possible. If you would like a hard copy of the form sent home, just let me know.

PUMPKIN PATCH FIELD TRIP: Our pumpkin Patch Field trip to Detering’s Orchards was great! The weather was warm and sunny, the Golden Delicious apples were sweet and juicy and our wagon ride was fast, muddy and bumpy! Before taking them home, the students washed, weighed and measured their pumpkins.

BOTANY STUDIES: Our trip to Detering’s Orchard was the perfect introduction to our next Botany study. We are investigating pumpkin seeds, the pumpkin life cycle and parts of a pumpkin! We may even roast some seeds and make some pumpkin muffins. Yum!

AMAZING INTERNATIONAL DAY: This year’s International Day celebration was extra special thanks to our students and parent volunteers. We began the day by taking time for children to show their costumes and international objects to their classmates. Next, with help from our volunteers, the kids researched their country to find information and make a flag. When everyone was ready the children arranged themselves into continent groups and shared their country information and flag. Next Vicente and his mother, Gemma, performed a traditional Chilean Folk dance! After recess, the students found a wide variety of international foods displayed on tables in the classroom. Lunch was fantastic! Check out the photos on our Facebook page.

Thank you, families, for your support of this annual tradition.

Cheri & Azusa *For more information about Ridgeline’s calendar of events, visit website: www.ridgeline.org

Cheri's Weekly Update 10-12-17

posted Oct 12, 2017, 10:20 AM by Cynthia Friedman

Upcoming Events:

Friday, Oct. 13: No School. Statewide In-service for teachers

Tuesday, Oct. 24: Detering Orchards Pumpkin Patch Field trip

Wednesday, Oct. 18: Curriculum Sharing (3:05-4:05 or 6:00-7:00)

Friday, Oct. 20: Vision Screening-(Cheri’s class at 11:20)

Friday, Oct. 27: International Day in Cheri’s Class

Monday, Tuesday Oct. 30, 31: No School—Conferences

 

SHARING:  10/16- A poem or recipe, 10/23-An item from another country

 

 BOTANY STUDIESWhat is the ancient ancestor of maize (corn)?  We watched a fascinating video that explained why scientists were never able to find the wild relative of corn and thought it was extinct! Recently fossils of the ancestor of corn—teosinte, were finally discovered. The fossils were found in an ancient cave dwelling in southern Mexico and were nearly 9000 years old! Ask your student to explain or watch this YouTube video together: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mBuYUb_mFXA   Enjoy!

 Pumpkin Patch Field Trip: Our pumpkin Patch Field trip to Detering’s Orchards is planned for Tuesday, October 24th. Please complete the attached permission form and return as soon as possible. Let us know if you would like to join us as an adult supervisor.

 Curriculum Sharing: Please come with your student and enjoy Curriculum Sharing on Wednesday, October 18. This is a time when your child can bring you into the classroom and show you some favorite work. It’s also a special opportunity to enjoy your child’s independence and love of learning. We have two times available on Wednesday to accommodate families’ schedules. Come anytime between 3:05-4:05 or 6:00-7:00pm. Questions? Call 681-9662 or e-mail cheri.spies@ridgeline.org

DRESS UP FOR INTERNATIONAL DAY: On Friday, Oct. 27, students in Cheri’s Class are invited to celebrate International Day by dressing in clothing or bringing something from another country. The items can be anything from a ‘French beret’ or ‘Mexican sombrero’ to something more elaborate. As well as making flags and maps, each child will have an opportunity to research and share information about their country. Afterwards we’ll snack on some international foods. The snacks need to be commercially prepared and/or packaged or prepared at school. If you would like to help with snack donations or classroom set up, please let me know. Questions? Email or send a note.

Family Conferences are scheduled for Monday and Tuesday, October 30-31. Watch for sign up information in my next update.

Bhangra Dance: Thanks to Ridgeline parent and professional dance instructor, SatPavan Kaur Khalsa, our students enjoy Bhangra Dance class every Thursday morning! Students interested in signing up for private group lessons, contact SatPavan at satpavankaur@gmail.com.

 Cheri & Azusa  *For more information about Ridgeline’s calendar of events, visit our website: www.ridgeline.org

 

 

 

 

 

 

Cheri's Weekly Update 9-28-17

posted Sep 28, 2017, 11:26 AM by Cynthia Friedman

Upcoming Events:
Thursday, Sept. 28: Cheri’s Class Picnic 5:30-6:30pm
Friday, September 29: Jog-a-thon
Wednesday, Oct. 4: Bike and Walk to School Day
Friday, Oct. 13: No School. Statewide In-service for teachers
Friday, Oct. 20: Vision Screening
Wednesday, Oct. 18: Curriculum Sharing
Friday, Oct. 27: International Day in Cheri’s Class
Monday, Tuesday Oct. 30, 31: No School—Student led Conferences

SHARING: week of 10/2- An item with a 3-syllable name or a flower, 10/9- A sign of fall

CHERI’S CLASS FAMILY PICNIC: Please join us Thursday, September 28, 5:30-6:30 for our class picnic. Meet new friends and old. Bring your family, a blanket and a picnic dinner. We’ll gather on the hillside behind the classroom. You'll have the chance to sign up for laundry, water bottle fill-up, gardening, sewing and field trip volunteers. See you there!

CHESS CLUB: Unfortunately Brian Schartz is unable to teach Chess this year. What about other types of table games? If a couple of adults would like to supervise checkers, Yahtzee or other games during this hour we have the space to make it happen! Let me know if you are interested.

BOTANY STUDIES: What is the ancient ancestor of maize (corn)? We watched a fascinating video that explained why scientists were never able to find the wild relative of corn and thought it was extinct! Recently fossils of the ancestor of corn—teosinte, were finally discovered. They were nearly 9000 years old! Ask your student to explain or watch this YouTube video together:https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mBuYUb_mFXA Enjoy!

DRESS UP FOR INTERNATIONAL DAY: On Friday, Oct. 27, students in Cheri’s Class are invited to celebrate International Day by dressing in clothing or bringing something from another country. The items can be anything from a ‘French beret’ or ‘Mexican sombrero’ to something more elaborate. As well as making flags and maps, each child will have an opportunity to research and share information about their country. Afterwards, we’ll snack on some international foods. The snacks need to be commercially prepared and packaged or prepared at school. If you can help with snack donations or classroom set up, please let me know. Questions? Email or send a note.

Cheri & Azusa *For more information about Ridgeline’s calendar of events, visit website: www.ridgeline.org

Cheri's Weekly Update 9-20-17

posted Sep 26, 2017, 1:10 PM by Cynthia Friedman

Upcoming Events:
Friday, Sept. 22: T-Shirt orders due

Tuesday, Sept 26: Laughing Planet Fundraiser

Thursday, Sept. 28: Cheri’s Class Picnic 5:30-6:30pm

Friday, September 29: Jog-a-thon

Wednesday, Oct. 4: Bike and Walk to School Day

Friday, Oct. 13: No School. Statewide In-service for teachers

Friday, Oct. 20: Vision Screening

Wednesday, Oct. 18: Curriculum Sharing

Monday, Tuesday Oct. 30, 31: No School Conferences

SHARING: week of 9/25- An item that begins with ‘b’ or ‘d’, 10/2- An item with a 3-syllable name or a flower

CHERI’S CLASS FAMILY PICNIC: Please come to our class picnic. Meet new friends and old. The picnic is scheduled for, Thursday, September 28, 5:30-6:30. Bring your family, a blanket and a picnic dinner. We’ll gather on the hillside behind the classroom. (In case of rain, we’ll move to the classroom or the covered area by the playground)

CHESS CLUB: Unfortunately Brian Schartz is not able to teach chess this year. What about another

type of game opportunity for Wednesday afternoons at 1:30? If a couple of adults would like

to supervise checkers, Yahtzee or other table games during this hour we have the space to make it happen! Let me know if you are interested.

BOTANY STUDIES: This month and next we are investigating seeds. We will look at seeds that come from flowers as well as those inside the fruits and vegetables that we eat. If you have sunflowers in your yard, please consider sharing some with the classroom. This week, thanks to Kate Walser (Brigg’s mom), we planted peas outside in our raised bed. We look forward to adding salad greens, radishes and flowers to the bed. Thanks to Stephanie Relling (Liam’s mom), we have a living corn plant in our classroom! Students enjoy labeling the parts of a corn plant. Next Wednesday, every student will have the opportunity to shuck and eat fresh corn. The corn will be cooked using a propane cook stove behind our classroom. We also plan to visit an apple orchard and pumpkin patch at Detering Farms next month. Watch for details in next week’s update.

Thank you for sharing your amazing children.

Cheri & Azusa

*For more information about Ridgeline events, visit website: www.ridgeline.org



Cheri's Weekly Update 6-9-17

posted Jun 9, 2017, 3:01 PM by Cynthia Friedman

CHERI’S CLASS WEEKLY UPDATE THURSDAY, JUNE 8

Friday, June 9 –15
EM’S GAME TICKETS AVAILABLE OR FAMILY PICNIC AT FRONT OFFICE.
Saturday, May 10
RIDGELINE RUMMAGE SALE 9:00AM-3:00PM
Monday, May 12
MAZZI’S RESTAURANT FUNDRAISER FOR RIDGELINE
Tuesday, May 13
5:30-7:00 END OF YEAR FAMILY PICNIC & CAPITAL CAMPAIGN CELEBRATION
Wednesday, May 14
FIELD DAY FOR STUDENTS 12:45-2:45
Thursday, May 15
8TH GRADE GRADUATION
Friday, May 16

LAST DAY OF SCHOOL, EARLY RELEASE 1:15 DISMISSAL

RIDGELINE NIGHT AT THE EM’S GAME

NO MORE HOMEWORK THIS YEAR. PLEASE RETURN HOMEWORK PACKETS.

3RD GRADE SUBWAY LUNCH WITH CHERI: The 3rd grade lunch with Cheri is scheduled for Tuesday, June 13. Our group will leave Ridgeline at 10:20AM, ride LTD to Amazon Park, walk to Subway at 29th and Willamette. We return via Amazon Park and LTD and arrive back to school by 1:00. Parents of 3rd graders please sign a permission form and send $6.00 cash. The students will order and pay for their own lunch.

MAZZI’S-Do you need an excuse for some delicious Italian food with family and friends? Well, we’ve got one more community gathering fundraiser at Mazzi’s Italian Restaurant (3377 East Amazon) on Monday the 12th from 5-9 pm. Mazzi’s is generously donating 30% of the proceeds of your meal including take out and alcohol!! Thank you Mazzi’s!

FREE LUNCHES FOR KIDS AGES 2-18
Food for Lane County operates one of the largest summer food programs in the state. They provide free meals to youth ages 2 to 18. Most sites open June 26. To see a list of lunch sites, please visit the FOOD For Lane County website, at www.foodforlanecounty.org/summerfood or emailinfo@foodforlanecounty.org or call 541-343-2822.

UNLIMITED SUMMER FUN!
The 1PASS, a partnership between Lane Transit District (LTD), Willamalane Parks and Recreation District and the City of Eugene, gives youth summer travel and recreation options!

The 1PASS helps youth get to parks, ballgames or even a summer job. For $50, youth ages 18 and younger can get a 1PASS good for travel on all LTD routes May 29th- Sept. 4th. It also grants the pass holder free entry to the following places in the Eugene-Springfield metro area:

Amazon Pool, Camp Putt, Cascades Raptor Center, Echo Hollow Pool & Fitness Center, Emerald Lanes, Jordan Schnitzer Museum of Art, Mount Pisgah Arboretum, Museum of Natural and Cultural History, River Road Park Pool, Science Factory, Sheldon Pool & Fitness Center, Skate World, Splash! At Lively Park, Willamalane Center & Willamalane Park Swim Center.

www.willamalane.org/1pass

Thank you for a wonderful school year! Cheri, Kristin, Yang Yang and Azusa

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