Sunday, November 25, 2012

Redmond High PTSA Community Digest

FACING FAMILY TROUBLES? If you are a parent whose child is challenged with drugs, poor behavior, or other problems, the Sammamish Plateau Parent Networking Group invites you to two free workshops featuring Bill Dean, who has assisted hundreds of families to become whole and healthy through his coaching. Workshops will be held on November 26 at the EX3 Teen Center (825 228th Avenue NE, Sammamish) at both 11:30 AM - 1:30 PM and 7:00 PM - 9:00 PM. For more information, contact Cherry O'Neill.
BENEFIT CONCERT. At the Old Redmond Fire House on November 30th - the concert is benefiting a nonprofit organization called Village Schools International. This organization provides funding for students in Africa by building schools, providing scholarships, buying textbooks, etc. Cost is $7.
1912-2012 CENTENNIAL FINALE. Celebrate the Centennial by day on Saturday December 1, 12-4pm at the City Hall Campus. Celebrate Redmond's pioneering spirit. Enjoy festivities, food, and entertainment from Redmond's past, present and future. Enjoy Cultural Entertainment, Kids Activities, Holiday Craft Market, and Interactive Historical Displays.
1912-2012 CENTENNIAL & REDMOND LIGHTS. Celebrate Redmond Lights by Night on Saturday December 1, 4-8pm at the City Hall Campus. Celebrate Redmond's diverse cultural traditions of the winter season with festivities, food, events and entertainment from around the world. Enjoy the Tree Lighting, Luminary Walk, Light Displays, Entertainment, Kids Activities and Refreshments.
SEMI-FORMAL SNOWBALL BALL. Come to the Old Fire House Teen Center for the YABA's Semi Formal Snowball Dance on Friday, December 14th at 8pm. Cost: $7/$5 if dressed up. Bring $10 or a toy to benefit Hopelink.
REDMOND RECREATION GUIDE NOW AVAILABLE. Interested in taking classes this winter? The City of Redmond offers everything from dance to pottery. Learn about class opportunities at the Redmond Recreation Guide.

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