Archives for November 2016
Here’s a sentence I never imagined I’d write:
The Chicago Cubs won the World Series
It’s unthinkable (especially for a Braves fan who has his own, slightly different version of long suffering). One of those moments that many hoped for but never thought they’d see -and one whose consequences cannot be anticipated – has arrived. One lifelong Cubs fan commented that he didn’t know what his identity was now. For his whole life, he understood himself as a “wait till next year” guy. What happens when next year is this year?
Could it be a sign of the apocalypse? Some have suggested so.
But then, people have been seeing all sorts of things as signs of the apocalypse for centuries. Remember the Red Sox winning the Series in 2004 and breaking the curse of the Bambino? Or, remember Comet Hale-Bopp in 1997 and the Heaven’s Gate cult that believed it heralded a new age with a space ship containing the Messiah following in the tail of the comet? Or, the Millerites, followers of William Miller who predicted that the Second Advent of Jesus would occur in 1843 and no later than March 1844 (imagine their disappointment that April)? Or, the Fifth Monarchy Men in England following the English Civil War who predicted that Jesus would return in, wait for, 1666? Or…. Even Sir Isaac Newton set a date for the end of the world based on his study and deciphering of Bible codes. His date, by the way, was 2060 (stay tuned).
Even the most rational of us look for signs. There is an uncertainty about the future on our best days and a fear of it on our worst. So, we watch and wait and, sometimes jokingly and sometimes not, pray, “Come, Lord Jesus.” Perhaps most of all, we wonder if we’ll make it, if we have enough faith, and if we’ll do what we should when the time comes. Because the truth is that the time comes for all of us personally, even if it hasn’t yet come for all of us universally.
One of the church’s best gifts to us is that each year in the fall, as days shorten and night lengthens, we are brought face to face with what the Bible teaches about the end. In other words, as the calendar year ends, we think about the end of all things. And that is a gift because we are reminded that, whenever or however the end comes, beyond the end is a God full of love, mercy, and grace. What we are to do is wait and watch and pray, and not be too quick to draw conclusions. In other words, remain faithful, witness to a gospel of love, mercy, and grace, and allow God to be God.
We’ll talk about such things Sunday (you may want to read Luke 21:5-19 before you come). We’ll bless our third graders and their Bibles. We’ll hear a word about one of our missions. And we’ll watch and wait and pray together.
Don’t let your showing up be so rare that we take you being there as a “sign.” See you Sunday.
Grace and peace.
Arrggh….our “Bookaneers” have had a fun week at the book fair! Princess Anna from Arendelle came to visit on Wednesday night and shared some stories with us.
The voting went well this week and the “Clementine Pumpkin” snack won by a landslide, despite a few write in votes!
No School on Friday due to Veteran’s Day.
In Chapel this week we learned about how Joseph forgave his brothers and showed what made him a true Bible Hero! “Take plenty of grain home.” Genesis 45:17
Nov. 14-Bible Video
Nov. 16-Parent Council Mtg.
Nov. 17-Bible Video
Nov. 22-Thanksgiving Feast (School will dismiss immediately following the Thanksgiving Feast so parents please plan to attend or make arrangements for a family member or friend to come in your place).
Soccer is canceled for Nov. 22nd
Nov. 23-25-MCC Closed for Thanksgiving Break!
Christmas Program for 4’s and TK are on December 14th at 10am in the Fellowship Hall
Thank you to the Parent Council and all the volunteers for a wonderful Book Fair! You add so much to our children’s preschool experience.
Thank you to the Sarah Circle for donating their entry fee to the MCC Scholarship Fund. They raised $1000 for us this year and their generosity will go to help a child attend preschool.
This month we’re talking about honor as a response to the character of God.
Chances are if you have kids in sports or competitions of any kind, you have a growing collection of ribbons and medals, sashes and badges, certificates, trophies, or plaques. Some might hang on your walls or sit propped up on shelves somewhere. But if we’re honest, others get stuffed into a drawer and eventually thrown out. These were so important when they first came into our homes, but at some point they just lost their value. All those awards and medals can only mean so much, because honor has a deeper meaning.
People should not just be honored because of what they do; they should primarily be honored because of who they are. Stuff will lose value over time, but not people. At its core, honor is seeing people the way God sees people. We’re naturally wired to put ourselves first, but honor is the opposite of self-centeredness. It is something that flows from your relationship with God. In a sense, one of the best ways we can HONOR God, is by honoring those who reflect the image of God.
Throughout Scripture we see how much God loves us:
He created us in His image.
He knows the number of hairs on our heads.
We are fearfully and wonderfully made.
He pursued a relationship with us even when we wanted nothing to do with Him.
He sent His only Son to pay for our sins to make an eternal relationship with Him possible.
And He did all of this for us without us even asking.
Jesus was the ultimate example of someone who showed others their value.
When Jesus came here, He showed us how to love and show honor to those around us. He taught us to love our enemies, care for the “least of these,” and become the servants of all who puts others’ needs before our own.
That’s why it’s important for us to help our kids and families discovery more about honor—letting someone know you see how valuable they really are.
Our Memory Verse for November comes from Romans 12. Throughout the chapter, Paul casts a vision for the church and how they can live as people transformed by God’s Holy Spirit.
In Romans 12:10, we read, “Love one another deeply. Honor others more than yourselves.” (NIrV) As kids memorize this verse, we hope they understand that honor includes seeing others how God sees them. When kids start doing that, they will be more willing to show God’s love to others and put their needs ahead of their own.
One place you can go as a leader or parent to help kids understand the concept of honor is the life of David. There are some powerful lessons about honor that show up all throughout David’s story. This is what we’ll be covering throughout November.
For our Elementary aged friends THIS WEEK :
We continue our look at Honor in 1 Samuel 18:1-9, 19:1-17, and 20:1-42. Jonathan was the prince of Israel. He was set to follow in his father’s footsteps. He could have ignored God’s plan for David and done his own thing to ensure his own place on the throne. Yet, Jonathan saw God was doing something different and showed kindness to David in spite of what Saul thought.
Bottom Line: Honor others by putting them first. When we see people as God sees them, we start to realize that how we treat them matters. One of the easiest ways we can show people honor is by putting their needs before our own. This is exactly what God did for us when He sent Jesus to be our Savior.
For our preschool friends:
November is Thanksgiving month, so we’re helping preschoolers learn to say thank you for the people who help them. And there are a lot of people who help preschoolers!
First, there’s family. I mean family is like at the top of the list! Our preschool friends will hear how Aaron helped his brother Moses this month. Then, there are community helpers all around us who help us just as Nehemiah’s community helped him rebuild the wall.
There are all kinds of other people helping preschoolers by giving them what they need—people like you! You give them hugs, snacks, and best of all, God’s true stories! We need all kinds of people to help us! Elisha got some great help from a woman who prepared an entire room for him.
Oh, and last but not least—friends. Preschoolers need friends. You and I need friends. We all need friends! Friends help us have fun, do what’s right and they come in handy when we forget our snack. I’m pretty sure Elijah was thankful for his new friend, the widow, when she shared her food!
Our preschoolers need help, tons and tons of help. And, we want them to grow up with eyes that see the people who help them, and a heart that says thanks. That’s the goal this month.
Here’s this week’s lessons: (3rd graders are in week 8 – the LAST WEEK of Learning My Bible)
See you Sunday!
Health Ministry News
With the Holiday Season fast approaching, things get hectic and we often fall out of our routine. Maybe you have travel planned, or are hosting a house full of people. Recipes aren’t always the healthiest around the Holidays, and with so much going on, who has the time to exercise, get good sleep, pause to be grateful or mindful? Believe it or not, this time of year can be healthful AND enjoyable.
Health Ministries is launching Healthy Holidays for the month of November. Each day you will receive an email with a tip, strategy or idea to promote health and wellbeing during the Holiday season in one of the following areas: physical, emotional, mental, spiritual, and relational. Sign up here to register for your daily tip. If you currently receive the daily NuggIT, you’re already registered and do not need to sign up again!
ZOE Soup and Chocolate Covered Treat Sale
Sunday, November 13 and 20 and Wednesday Night Dinner, November 16
Just in time for the holidays, the ZOE team will be selling dry soup mixes (traditional beef and vegetarian seven bean) PLUS our new goodie – chocolate covered treats. These products are great for family gatherings or gifts for friends and colleagues. Tables will be located around the church campus on November 13 and 20. All items are $10 each, with proceeds supporting our mission trips and Hope Companion orphans. If you don’t enjoy soup or chocolate goodies, for every $10 you donate, we will give your jar of soup to the Dorcas food pantry to help a local family in need. Zimbabwean crafts and jewelry will also be available at the Templeton foyer table.
Downtown Cary Events Sunday
We’ll have a traffic alert going out but in advance of that wanted to let you know that we are planning for the Second Annual Triangle Chili Challenge this Sunday on W. Chatham Street between Harrison and Academy Street. Both Harrison Avenue and Academy Streets will be open. The road closure will not begin until 10:00am and roads will be back open at 5:00pm (the event is from 12:00 to 4:00pm). The cut-through at Fidelity Bank is open and no vendors will be parking in this area so folks who are going to church will still be able to access this parking lot. All vendors will be directed to park at Town Hall or the Chamber of Commerce. The Downtown Cary Food and Flea is also happening during this time as it usually does every second Sunday but in part of the Ashworth Village parking lot and the lawn of the Ivy Ellington House. With all of Academy Street and the cross streets open, this should not significantly impact us on Sunday morning.
United Methodist Men’s Breakfast
Join us for the monthly United Methodist Men’s Breakfast, Saturday, November 12, 2016 at 8:00am in the Fellowship Hall.
As we have for many years, we will have our “Honor Our Veterans Celebration.” Everyone is invited to the “best breakfast in town.” Breakfast is just $5. As always, first time visitors eat free. Click here to make your reservation.
A Concert of Thanks
The Music Ministry of First United Methodist Church will present a Concert of Thanks on Sunday, November 13, at 3:00 in the church sanctuary. Performers will include First UMC Cary Carillon Ringers handbell choir and Chapel Singers; Patti Cook, Director of Children’s Music; Christy Farrior, Associate Director of Music Ministry; Brent Hubble, Director of Celebration Worship and Youth Music; Kollin Absher-Baer, First on Chatham Worship Leader; and Kerry Johnston, Director of Music Ministry. Special guest performers will be Sally Ann Timothy and Scott Baker of St. Francis UMC in Cary.
The concert will include both songs related to the American Thanksgiving holiday, as well as general songs of praise dealing with giving thanks, ending with a piano/organ duet of America the Beautiful, arranged by Kerry Johnston. The concert is free and open to the public. Attendees are encouraged to bring canned peaches, pears, or pineapple to benefit Dorcas Ministries of Cary.
Habitat for Humanity Opportunities
First United Methodist Church Cary is partnering with nine other area churches to sponsor a new home for a young family in the Holly Springs area. This year’s build will begin November 5, 2016 and end on January 21, 2017. The most urgent needs are the November dates. Please invite your Sunday School classes or any other group you feel would like to participate. Some of you have already signed up and we appreciate your service. We have two different opportunities: a new home build through the normal Habitat Wake home build program and a roof replacement through the Habitat Home Preservation program. FUMCC UMM are partnering with Habitat Wake on both of these opportunities. Please see below for available dates and sign-up websites.
The roof replacement is an opportunity that was brought to our attention by a member of our church. The roof has been plagued with leaks over the past year and the UMM has attempted multiple times to patch it as well as repairing leak damage to the ceiling. This job is urgent and needs completion as soon as possible.
The new home build is a partnering with 9 other area churches to build a new home for the Baez family at 3521 Crittenden Lane in Holly Springs. We have committed to providing volunteers for five Saturdays (11/5 through 12/31) but I have listed eight Saturdays below as the build was extended from eight to ten weeks.
Roof Replacement: (http://vhub.at/fumofcary)
Nov. 17-19 (Thu-Sat): Need 12 volunteers per day. Lunch provided on Friday.
Home Build: (http://vhub.at/CaryCoalition)
Saturday, 11/5: Need 8 FUMCC UMW providing lunch
Saturday, 11/19: Need 2 St. Michael’s providing lunch
Saturday, 12/3: Need 7 TBD
Saturday, 12/17: Need 5 FUMCC UMW providing lunch
Saturday, 12/31: Need 14 Good Shepherd providing lunch
Saturday, 1/7: Need 15 Greenwood Forest providing lunch
Saturday, 1/14: Need 14 Cary First Christian providing lunch
Saturday, 1/21: Need 14 Pleasant Grove providing lunch
Thank you for your prayerful consideration of the above needs. Servants are free to sign up for any available dates. Register and sign up at http://vhub.at/CaryCoalition. Questions? Contact Mike Bailey at email@example.com or 919-552-0190.
First UMC Cary Health Ministries sponsors the Cary Unity Walk/Run
Join us on November 12, 2016 8:00am! This inaugural Cary Unity Walk is a historic event to celebrate citizens working together to support local first responders and create a safe, unified, and nurturing community for our youth and our future. As a unified community we will walk together from downtown Cary to Wake Med Soccer Park. Participants will enjoy a Unity Festival and Races (5k, 10K and mile) honoring local Police, Sheriff Deputies, State Troopers, Firefighters, EMS and our military. This event will also benefit area non-profit organizations that serve the many needs in our community:
- The 200 Club of Wake County provides immediate financial help for the families of police officers, sheriff deputies, firefighters, EMS squad members, and North Carolina highway patrol serving in Wake County who lose their life in the line of duty.
- Read and Feed gives low-income elementary school children an appetite for reading by strengthening their literacy skills. Using mobile classrooms, Read & Feed provides meals to eliminate hunger, mentors to help children learn to read, and books to build home libraries.
The fun kicks off near the steps of First UMC Cary with a greeting from Cary Mayor Harold Weinbrecht and a Prayer for Peace from Reverend Green. BE A PART OF THE FUMCC TEAM! There is something for everyone: walk as a team, run, volunteer to help, or just attend the festival at Wake Med! Bring your kids, there will be many activities at the festival (fire trucks, police cars, bounce house, etc.) Sign up for the walk, 5k, 10K or mile fun run by clicking HERE. Use these discount codes and save: 50% off walk and mile code: WalkandMile50, 20% off 5K and 10K code: 5Kand10K20. If walking or running is not your thing, volunteers are needed to help put the event on. Click here to sign up to volunteer for the Cary Unity Walk.
Angel Tree Ministry
Please support our annual Prison Fellowship Angel Tree ministry by selecting an angel from one of the trees on Sunday, 11/20 and Sunday 11/27. Price range for gifts is $15 – $25. Wrapped gifts will be collected in the Unity Sunday School Classroom, room 125, between 8:00am – 11:00am, Sunday, December 4.
1st on Chatham Begins Second Sunday Service
For two years, the FUMCC 1st on Chatham (1oC) community has worshiped at 9:45, and we’re excited to tell you we’ve added a second 1oC worship opportunity at 11:05.
The 1oC worship takes place in The Cary Theater, and is a contemporary service with a bend towards ancient tradition and liturgy. The music largely is acoustic, intimate, and participatory, drawing from contemporary and ancient songwriting, in a modern, approachable venue.
The 11:05 service is a great opportunity for families, couples, youth or individuals who attend/teach at the 9:45 Sunday School hours and those looking for a late morning service in the relaxed, intimate setting of The Cary Theater.
You’re welcome to come anytime, and we’d love to see you this Sunday at 11:05. You can park for the 1st on Chatham services in the FUMCC parking lots off Waldo Street, and care and classes for children of all ages is available for both services. If you have questions about the 1st on Chatham services, or would like more information, please email firstname.lastname@example.org or visit 1stOnChatham.com.
Hands On Advent: Anticipating Christmas
Join us on November 30 at 6:30pm in the fellowship hall following Fellowship Feast for Hands On Advent: Anticipating Christmas! It will be a fun time of fellowship while making Advent Wreaths and Chrismons. All ages and skill levels are welcome. There will be detailed instructions and pro crafters available to help you create your own Advent wreath or a felt Chrismon ornament to take home. Included will be take-aways sharing the meaning of the wreaths and symbolism of Chrismons. This is a great way to share our faith traditions with our families, young and old. There is a $5 fee for families making an Advent wreath, please register ahead of time so we have ample supplies. And don’t forget to register for dinner if you’ll be eating with us as well.
Disaster Response Update from the Conference: More Work Sites Open
More work sites are now open and ready for volunteers. Help is needed from those trained in early response and those who are not. If you would like Early Response Training, current dates are available.
Listed by county, active work sites include:
Bertie (no additional teams needed until houses dry out)
Columbus (day teams)
Cumberland (day teams)
Dare (all teams)
Duplin (day teams)
Edgecome (all teams)
Pender (day teams)
Robeson (all teams)
If you can volunteer on any of these work sites, please contact the NCCUMC Disaster Response Call Center @ 888.440.9167 or email@example.com. We also need volunteers at the Disaster Response Call Center. If you prefer to work on the computer, we need you! If you prefer phone duty, we need you! Find a day and time that works for you and come on down!
ASP Christmas Tree and Wreath Sale
Again this Christmas, you can help FUMCC support ASP (Appalachia Service Project) and bring a little bit of Appalachian freshness into your home for the holidays.
Our church’s youth and adult ASP volunteers are selling fresh-cut Fraser Fir Christmas Trees and Wreaths. These beautiful trees and wreaths are offered by pre-order only, and will be available for pick-up Saturday, December 3 from 2:00pm-5:30pm. Home delivery is available for a nominal charge. Payment is due with order. Please make checks payable to FUMC-Cary. Orders must be received by Monday, November 28. Place order forms in the designated box (outside the church office), or you can click here for sizes and prices and to place your order. Already have a tree? Please ask about our program to purchase trees for others less fortunate. Questions? Call 919-649-4962, or email WarlickUSA@aol.com.
Save the Date! “Alathea” Concert
The group Alathea is coming to First UMC Cary on Saturday, November 19 for a concert. Alathea is a world-renowned folk music and storytelling group. Their music is powerful, and they are huge supporters of Appalachia Service Project (ASP). They have provided the background music for many of ASP’s videos, including, “I Still Carry You,” about an ASP youth who gave a pillow as a gift to a young boy who slept on the floor in his Appalachian home.
Admission is free. Refreshments will be provided. Donations will be accepted for flood relief, including ASP’s efforts to Rebuild Rainelle, WV, as well as NC flood relief efforts. Rainelle is the place where three of our own youth ASP teams were stranded this June due to flash flooding. Come be a part of this joyful concert event. You will be blessed!
All Faiths Women’s Book Group
The book for discussion at the next All Faiths Women’s Book Group will be Having Our Say by the Delany sisters Sarah (Sadie) and Elizabeth (Bess) Delany. We will gather at the Ahmadiyya Muslim Community Hall at 830 Old Apex Road in Cary at 2:30pm on December 4 for fellowship, discussion, and food. The Delany sisters were born in the late 1800s and both lived to be over 100 years old. This book is an oral history of their life in America from North Carolina beginnings to working in New York City. It is a good read with much wisdom and goodness included in their stories. For more information contact Susan Ciccarelli at Susan@SusanCiccarelli.com.
Stephen Ministry Training
Stephen Ministry has been a part of First UMC Cary for over 20 years. With a congregation of over 4,000 in number, we need a strong Stephen Ministry in order to support the needs of people who could use the presence of someone who cares. If you’re at a time in your life when you’re asking God, ‘What more can I do to serve you?’ and you are a caring person, please consider becoming a Stephen Minister. If you are interested in finding out more about our Stephen Ministry program, please email Bob Hight at firstname.lastname@example.org or call 919-656-3622, or email Chuckie Chinault at email@example.com or call 919-306-0460. Stephen Ministry training will commence in January, 2017. Please be in prayer for our Stephen Ministry program at First UMC Cary and consider becoming a part of this ministry. We will be glad to get you started on the application process.
Wednesday Night Connections
Join us at 6:30pm in the fellowship hall as we continue our Fall Table Talk (Adult Bible Study) series. All are welcome to attend. There are also offerings for children, youth and young adults: Small Talk, Youth Talk and Foundry.
Urban Ministries Sponsor Stone Soup Supper
November 16, 2016, 5:30pm to 8:30pm, McKimmon Center
Each November, Urban Ministries of Wake County hosts a pre-holiday festival of community caring and sharing. The Triangle Potters Guild provides handmade artisan pottery for sale in our Potters Village, local chefs compete for the Souperior Chef award with their favorite soup recipes, and guests enjoy delicious food and atmosphere while raising funds for the needy in our community. Click here for tickets.
Young Adult Ministry
18-35 year old? College-aged? Young Professional? Young Parent? Get plugged into our Young Adult Ministry: FOUNDRY. Visit firstcary.com/youngadults or email Kollin Absher-Baer at firstname.lastname@example.org to find out how!
GriefShare is a 13-week program designed to encourage healing by walking with others who are also grieving. Each week, different topics are addressed in relevant videos, with various individuals sharing their wisdom to promote healing. They share how they were able to find a “new normal” in their lives, filled with joy and hope for the future. If you have lost a loved one and are struggling with your grief, we encourage you attend GriefShare. There is a fee of $15 for the GriefShare workbook. If you are repeating the series and already have your workbook, there is no fee. We will meet Thursdays through December 15 at 7:00pm in room 125. Click here to sign up.
“Oh, when the saints,
Oh, when the saints,
Oh, when the saints go marching in,
Oh Lord I want to be in that number,
When the saints go marching in…”
Can’t we just hear the New Orleans style jazz band playing? Some of you may know that this upbeat, toe-tapping song made famous in 1938 by Louis Armstrong and his Orchestra actually has its roots in an 1896 Christian hymn — a hymn written for the church by the daughter of a Methodist minister and another Methodist choir leader and Sunday School teacher.
While we may not hear this saintly song on Sunday, the music and hymns will go a long ways to carry the day as we remember and give thanks for the lives of all those who have gone on before us. All Saints Day is one of the more holy days in the life of the church as we honor and give thanks for the example of their lives.
It is good to remember that the saints are not saints because they failed to ask the tough questions. Saints have their own hard questions for God. Saints have their own share of doubt and trouble and sometimes they question their capacity to carry on. Saints do not live in bubbles or ivory towers, removed from the messiness of this life — rather, the saints have had their faith tested!
In other words, saints don’t become saints in the absence of the “why questions” of life; they become saints because they wrestle with God and their faith and yet trust in the face of uncertainty and difficulty. Saints wait upon the Lord, sometimes waiting a long time for the answer to come.
It would be easy to shift all our attention to the saints, but the saints encourage us to focus on the Lord of the Saints who is worthy of all our thanks and praise. To him be all praise and honor and glory and power and dominion, now and forever!
This Sunday we may not have a New Orleans style jazz band in worship, but we will celebrate the great cloud of witnesses who are in the nearer presence of God and are glorified in death, for the grave cannot hold any who share in the life, death, and resurrection of Christ Jesus our Lord. Thanks be to God!
Welcome to November-only 50 more shopping days until Christmas! Where is the year going?
We celebrated several October and November birthdays for the teachers this week, many of which were milestone birthdays!
Tuesday morning is the absolute final day for ordering Original Works. Look at some of the beautiful designs the classes have done this year!
We practice a tornado drill yesterday and are all getting very excited about the Book Fair next week!
The Book Fair is open to the public from 4:30-6:30pm in room 118.
Nov. 7 & 8-MCC Chapel
Nov. 7-10-MCC Book Fair
Nov. 9-Family Night at the Book Fair with a visit by “Princess Anna from Arendelle”
Nov. 11-MCC Closed for Veteran’s Day
Nov. 14 & 17-Bible Video
Nov. 16-MCC Parent Council Mtg-9:30-First Cup Room
Nov. 22-Thanksgiving Feast in the Fellowship Hall-parents are invited(Cindy and Charlotte’s classes will hold their feast in the classroom).
Nov. 23-25-MCC Closed for Thanksgiving Break
- The 3’s and Up will be voting on a snack this Tuesday the 8th as a part of their official election. Please have your child wear red, white and blue that day!
- Continue to be mindful that the small playground is only for 2’s and younger after school. The equipment is not built for older children and it will cause it to break.
- Watch as you are crossing Waldo for oncoming traffic (both ways).
- As we enter a cooler season, please be sure to dress your children in layers and coats, hats and gloves when appropriate. We go outside everyday unless it is below 32 or raining.
Have a wonderful fall weekend!
La Caminata por la Unidad es un evento histórico que celebra a ciudadanos de la comunidad que desean apoyar a socorristas y trabajan juntos para crear una comunidad segura, unida y que nutra a nuestra juventud y nuestro futuro. Cuándo: 12 de Noviembre, 2016, iniciando a las 8 AM. Saldremos del Downtown de Cary (Chatham y Academy St.) hacia Wake Med Soccer Park. ¡Todo el mundo está invitado a participar, no importa la edad! Nuestro Ministerio Hispano participará en la caminata y les invita a unirse a nuestro grupo. Esta es una buena oportunidad para hacer ejercicio con la familia y los amigos. Si desean registrarse para caminar o para más información, favor de hablar con Eugenia antes del 10 de noviembre. Habrá también un festival. Gracias por su apoyo.
¿Ha escuchado de nuestro programa de Tutoría Terrific Tuesday? La tutoría se realiza todos los martes de 5-6 PM en el salón 124 y 125 y es completamente gratis. Servimos a niños Hispanos cursando 4-5 grado. Actualmente hay un par de cupos disponibles para niños en 4to grado. Si desea inscribir a su niño favor de llamar a Eugenia al 919-467-1861 Ext. 227.