Harmony Christian Coop will be holding it 4th Annual Consigment sale and we are now taking consignors and volunteers. As always, proceeds from this sale benefit our library and the WELL.
Where: Spring Hill Public Library
*Children are welcome but must remain with parent at ALL TIMES. Also children are welcome to shop with parent but please do not allow children to play with unpurchased merchandise.
When: Drop Off: Monday, April 29th - Thursday, May 23rd (by 12:00 pm) at the library, during Library hours. If can't make those times, call Rhonda or Stephanie for an appt. (info below)
Pre-Sale: Thursday, May 23, 4:00 - 7:00 pm (Coop Members, workers, consignors on staggered schedule)
Public Sale: Friday, May 24, 9:00 am – 5:00 pm
Half Price Sale: Saturday, May 25, 9:00 am - 2:00 pm
Pick Up: Tuesday, May 28th - Saturday June 8th, during library hours. Any items not picked up will be donated to the Spring Hill Library. (You can also request to have your items donated to the library, or the WELL, if you wish.)
In addition to the consignment sale....
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Union University's Rising Senior Program is designed for outstanding high school students who have completed their junior year and want to "try out" college.
This intensive summer program, offered in June, allows students the opportunity to earn up to seven semester hours of college credit. Core curriculum classes such as English composition, college algebra, laboratory science, history and psychology are available at a fraction of normal tuition costs.
Students also have the opportunity to participate in activities outside the classroom, ranging from community outreach projects to movie nights to student development seminars.
All credit hours will become a part of the student's permanent college transcript. These college-level credits should be transferable to other accredited colleges and universities.
Housing in The Quads at Union and a cafeteria meal plan are available for those students who will not be commuting from home.
For more information, visit www.uu.edu/admissions/risingsenior/ or call 731-661-5210 or 1-800-33-UNION.
Hello, My name is Clare Robson and I am the Special Events Coordinator for Inside Out Play Park, Franklin TN. We are a 12,000sf indoor play park, complete with a tree house and bike track. We have a full service café and coffee bar for all your lunch and/or snack needs. Also, a great parents arbor with full view of the park, so you can relax and still see your little ones at play. As several of our customers and even employees are homeschooled, I am currently reaching out to the local home schooling community. I would love to have a group meet here for play dates, or even group classes, or a field trip. We have special rates for small group get-togethers all the way up to private events. Whatever your needs are, we would love to see you here at Inside Out Play Park. If you have any questions, please feel free to call (615) 778-TREE or e-mail me anytime. Or check us out online at insideoutplaypark.com
The HCA used curriculum sale will be on Friday, May 31st at New Hope Baptist Church from 9:00am - 1:00pm. If you have books to sell or only have some to buy, you don't want to miss this fantastic sale! Space rental is $10, with all the proceeds being donated to New Hope Baptist Church. This will be an outdoor sale, so you can sell right out of your vehicle! You will have a space for your car and the adjacent spot for a table. You must provide your own table and chairs. You may also want to bring a canopy or umbrella. Arrival will be between 8:30 and 8:45. Your fee will be collected and then you will be shown to your space for the sale.
This year, our American Heritage Girls will be doing a fundraiser to raise money for their charter fee and volunteer registration fees. They will be selling canned drinks for .$75, bottled water for $1.00, chips for $.50, candy for $.75 and various individually wrapped baked items. American Heritage Girls is a faith-based Christian Scouting program for girls. Feel free to pack a lunch and supplement with some of these goodies! Children are welcome to use the playground and surrounding grass area, but you must supervise them. We appreciate New Hope Church for allowing us to use their facilities! The building will be open for access to the bathroom only. Please let me know if you would like to reserve a space to sell. Space is limited. Contact Tina McMahel 615-288-4631 or tinamcmahel[at]hotmail.com
The Middle Tennessee Golden Eagles Ladies Soccer teams will have tryouts at the Lebanon Youth Soccer fields (808 Castle Heights Avenue, Lebanon) on Saturday, June 1 at 9:00 am. The middle school team is in its sixth year and the high school team is in its fourth. We hope to have enough players to form a Junior Varsity team as well this year. Players between 6th and 12th grade are welcome to participate. Teams will compete against area public and private school teams and will be in several tournaments. In 2012 the high school team finished second in the National Homeschool Soccer Tournament in Ft. Wayne, Indiana.
The cost for new players will be between $100 and $125. The cost for returning players, who do not need new jerseys, will be between $75 and $100. Additional information concerning the program can be found at goldeneaglesoccer.com. If you have any additional questions, please contact Coach Jeff Postell at jeff[at]goldeneaglessoccer.com
June 14th 7:00 – 9:00 p.m.
All ages welcome, this months dance lesson will be on the East Coast Swing, taught by Michael and Crystal Goozeman of Spring Hill. There is no charge but we do take a donation for the instructors to compensate for their gas and time. We usually have food for purchase available at dance. This is a community event offered only for the summer to give families and couples an opportunity to dance and fellowship. Spring Creek is a private residence so children must be supervised at all times. If you have any questions, please feel free to call Valerie Reid at 615-595-0353.
Our goal is for each camper to improve in the fundamentals of the game of basketball, to develop sportsmanship skills and to have fun in an atmosphere of encouragement. Our coaches, which have high school/college playing and coaching experience, will direct the camp. Campers will be divided by age and skill level so that they will have the ability to improve their skills.
Age 9 – 8th Grade – Fundamentals and Training Camps
(players will be grouped by age and skill)
Friday, June 14th 6:00 - 7:30 pm
Saturday, June 15th 9:00 am - 12:00 pm
9th-12th grade – Conditioning and Training Camp
Friday, June 14th 7:30 - 9:00 pm
Saturday, June 15th 12:00 - 3:00 pm
Camp fee includes a camp T-shirt. Current Warriors families' fee - $40 each by June 1st, $55 after or day of camp. New campers' fee - $50 by June 1st, $65 after or day of camp. (Campers need to bring a basketball, water and a lunch and snack for Saturday campers)
Please visit www.nccwarriors.com for information about the Warriors program and to print out a camp registration form. Complete and mail the registration form to the address listed by June 1st for the discounted camp fee. If you have any questions, please email us at nccwarriors.basketball[at]gmail.com
The ClearView Homeschool Ministry will not be hosting a used curriculum sale this May due to scheduling conflicts. They are looking at dates in August and we will let you know when a date has been confirmed.
Notes For Notes in Nashville is a non-profit organization giving youths free access to music equipment, instruction, and a recording studio. Attend one of our open house on Thursdays at The Andrew Jackson Boys and Girls Club from 4:00 to 6:00 PM. We are open all summer, and would love some MTHEA members to come make music with us! For more information, please contact Jen Hodges, Program Director 540-717-3644 or visit www.notesfornotes.org
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