Packing lunches has just gone green. Learn about an easy and inexpensive way for parents and youth to care for Mother Earth. And meet Allie Skelley, a young lady with big plans to take a bite out of waste.
After shooting a basketball game in the city, I made my way out to the suburbs with a friend from out of town Saturday night. We were headed to a local establishment for a beer when we both noticed a man applying a coat of epoxy paint to a garage floor across the street. It was freezing out, but I couldn’t help but run back to my car to grab a camera.
Two losses over the weekend put the OPRF boys basketball team in a tight spot as the Class 4A playoffs get set to begin next week. But the Huskies (10-11) get to settle into their homecourt to close out the regular season against a team they will see again just a few days later when they begin the postseason. Does that make sense?
On Saturday, February 26th at Percy Julian Middle School (8 am - 2:45 pm), gather with other parents, teachers and caregivers to gain additional strategies, tips and tools on promoting and supporting young children’s emotional and social competency by attending “We Can Work It Out”, the Eighth Annual Symposium sponsored by The Collaboration for Early Childhood Care & Education.