Northeast Range Community Education



 

ISD2142 Community Education Fall 2017 Bulletin


Important forms and surveys


 

Northeast Range Community Education

Coordinator Joseph Kaufenberg

phone: 218-827-3101 ext. 4419

email:

mail: 30 South Drive

Babbitt, Minnesota 55706

 

Call to register for a class well in advance of the dates listed, and then send the release form and fee to address listed above. For your Convenience you can now register for a class online. Visit the Northeast Range school website click the Community education tab then click the Com Ed Forms tab. Classes will be canceled if there have been no registrations (by the registration date listed) or the minimum registration requirements are not met. If cancellation occurs due to lack of registrations, any pre-paid fees will be returned. Call to register, or turn in registration forms and fees to the NE Range School Office in sealed envelope addressed to Comm. Ed. Contact Community Education Coordinator, Joseph Kaufenberg, for additional information or questions. Cold Weather Rule: It is assumed that all activities will be cancelled if the temp falls below –30 or if school is cancelled.

 

NER Community Education needs Donations

NER Community Education is always looking for donations for their annual rummage sale at the end of the school year (if we have enough items). Any and all donations welcome. Please Contact NER Community Ed to arrange dates and times to drop off items. Items welcome throughout the 2017/18 school year. Please use common sense when donating items; food that has expired is not needed, as well as ripped or dirty clothes. Sale is always subject to change, thank you.

 

Letter from the Coordinator

I am very excited to welcome the Community to another exciting and fun year with the Northeast Range Community Education Program. Remember that we have combined the fall and parts of the winter catalog (September 2017 thru January 2018) so be sure to hold on to this bulletin. We have added new programs, activities and classes. I would like to invite everyone to come and enjoy what the community and school have to offer. As always, we encourage everyone to offer their talents and services by volunteering in Community Education and Volunteers in Education. Thank you to everyone who continues to support Community Education, helping us provide even more opportunities to enhance Our Community.

 

Looking forward to a FUN year.

Thank you for supporting your Community,

 

Joseph P. Kaufenberg

Northeast Range Community Education Coordinator

ISD 2142 Lead Coordinator

 

 

 

REMIND: Stay up to Date with Community Education

Sign up for Instant Messages and Notifications from NER Community Education through REMIND. If you would like to receive General Community Education Information, pick a way to receive messages:

(Option A) Smartphone Push Notifications: On your iPhone or Android phone, open your web browser and go to the following link: rmd.at/nercomed ­– Follow the instructions to sign up for Remind. You will be prompted to download the mobile app.

(Option B) Text Notifications: Text the message @nercomed to the number 81010.

If you are having trouble with 81010, try texting @nercomed to (708) 315-2152.

To receive notifications for specific on going Community Education Courses or Events, follow the instructions above using the codes listed below. Sign up for more than one event and be sure to sign up for General Information to ensure you receive all other exciting Com Ed News!

Community Theatre: Option A - rmd.at/cetheatre or Option B – @cetheatre

Adult Swimming: Option A - rmd.at/ceadltswim or Option B @ceadltswim

Defensive Drive Class: Option A - rmd.at/ceddclass or Option B @ceddclass

Swim Lessons and Classes: Option A - rmd.at/ceswim or Option B @ceswim

Community Education forms such Building use form, Instructor Contract, Class proposal, Walking agreement and registration form can now be found online for your convenience. This is an easy and smooth way to get registered for any activity. Go to the Northeast Range website click the Community education Tab, then click the Com Ed forms Tab. Thank you in advance.

Community Education class evaluation:

After you have attended a Community Education class, we would like to know what you think. Your feedback will help us make improvements and will also reinforce the things we are doing well. To give feedback about a class you've attended, please go to the Class Evaluation Survey form on the Northeast Range Community Education website. If you would like a copy via email or in print contact the Community Ed Coordinator. Your opinions and ideas are important to help increase the quality of Community Education.

 

 

Northeast Range After School Groups and Clubs (K-12)

The After School Groups and Clubs for 7-12 grade students are designed to enhance the current school curriculum by empowering students with the chance to create their own learning environments. Community Education will use this opportunity to provide students with diverse cultural and educational experiences. Under the guidance of the Youth Activity Coordinator, students will establish club officers, and develop club goals and activities. Club members will also decide on meeting times and dates that fit with the groups’ schedules and other commitments. Members do not have to attend all meetings but are encouraged to be an active participant. Clubs are open to ALL students throughout the Northeast Range Communities and we welcome adult experts to come and share their knowledge and skills. Helpful Future Forward Hint: club officer positions and active club memberships are a great addition to a college application or resume.

 

The After School Clubs for K-6 grade students are designed to enhance the current school curriculum by introducing students to diverse cultural and educational experiences. The Youth Activity Coordinator and the Enrichment Club Supervisor will establish activities for each club based on membership. A quarterly calendar will be passed out to club members with meeting dates, times and activities.

 

CLUB Sign-up any time during Media Center Hours, see Youth Activity Coordinator.

Art Club (K-6 & 7-12), Photography and Film Club (7-12), Drama Club (7-12), Chess and Stacking Club (K-6 & 7-12), other clubs to be added if students show interest or make request.

 

Club fees

7-12 grade: $15.00 per quarter or $40.00 for the school year

K-6 grade: $10.00 per quarter or $25.00 for the school year

Elementary Club Activities FREE to K-6 students enrolled in NE Range "SPROUTS" Enrichment Program. Scholarships available, for more information ask Youth Activity Coordinator.

 

 

Northeast Range Media Center (7-12)

The Media Center will be available for students to use for educational and entertainment purposes. Students are encouraged to get together with their classmates and study. Study groups and students in grades 7-12 are welcome to use the media center M, T, Th 3-6p and W 2-6p. The Youth Activities Coordinator will be available to help if needed. A Media Center Pass is required to use this facility, see Youth Activity Coordinator for more information. The Media Center is FREE to students. Registration paperwork must be signed prior to receiving a media pass and students must log in and out of the Center. Students riding the late bus must remain at the Media Center until dismissed, and students using other transportation must leave school grounds after checking out.

 

Northeast Range 'Sprouts' Enrichment Program (LR/K-4)

This vibrant learning program will provide a safe and secure environment for LR/K-4 grade students before and after school. Students are welcome to join us after school M, T, Th 3:00-6p and W 2-6p. Note: If school closes early for weather or if school is cancelled, the program will be closed. All paperwork must be completed for enrollment and fees must be paid the THURSDAY before each week. Students signed up for "SPROUTS" will meet in the cafeteria daily and then go to planned activity centers. Daily schedule will be posted in cafeteria. See the Youth Enrichment Activity Coordinator to sign up for a single day, week or month. Fees: $5.00 per session. (Families with more than one child enrolled will have a sliding fee scale for additional children: first child $5.00 pm session, second child $4.00 pm session, third child $3.00 pm session.) Monthly rate plan available. There must be 8-12 students registered for this program to keep it running. The Sprouts Morning Program will also be available from 6:00-8:00 am M-F if there is enough interest.

Walking at the Northeast Range School

ALL Adult Community Members are welcome to come and enjoy the Northeast Range School. All visitors will be required to be registered while walking in the building. Anyone who does not register will not be allowed to use building. Please stop by the media center, register, pay the annual fee (group/family rates available) and receive a Nighthawk Walking Pass. For the safety and security of our school and students, all walkers will be required to wear a walking pass. We would love to see you visit OUR School. Only registered and paid walkers will be allowed to use the facility. Sign up with Youth activity Coordinator between 3:20-and 6:00 pm M-Th. For your convenience you can also register online. Go to Northeast Range website click the Community Education Tab then click Com Ed Forms. Thank you for your understanding.

NER Community Ed

NER School M-F Sep-Jan

Cost $5.00 full year 3:30-8:00 pm

Cost $10 for Family for year

Cost $15 for group for year

Family Swimming and Pool Parties

Have your next birthday party or family get together at the Northeast Range School Pool and Cafeteria. Gymnasium is available for an additional charge. For pricing, available dates and more information contact Joseph Kaufenberg Community Education Coordinator or email .

NER Community Ed

NER School TBD Sep-Jan

Cost $85.00 rental of pool

Cost $20 lifeguard fee

 

 

Local Artists needed:

Northeast Range Community education is looking for qualified individuals to teach the following classes: Art (any kind) Piano lessons, Guitar lessons, Community Choir (leader) and Dance Lessons. If you are interested we are looking for you. For more information please call Community Education.

 

 

NER Community Education sports leagues

NER Community Education is looking to sponsor community sports leagues. Any group of community members interested in starting up a sports league of any kind please contact NER Community Education for information and viability. NER is always on the lookout for new and exciting activities to add to the catalog. Whether it’s Basketball, football, hockey, baseball, soccer, disc golf, Frisbee football, anything is welcome. Please contact NER Community Education. Serious interest only.

 

Your IDEAS Contest

Submissions due December 2nd

This contest is designed to motivate community members to submit ideas for classes and activities to help enhance the current Com Ed Program. Submission Criteria: Name, address and phone number. Include a detailed description of class or activity; indicate age range or community group the activity is intended for. Specify whether you are willing to instruct the course or if you would like to attend the course. If your submission becomes part of the Community Education Schedule, you will receive a “Gift Certificate” from a local store and a “Community Activity Pass” good for the quarter your submission is listed (excludes swimming lessons). Submit IDEAS and $5.00 registration fee in a sealed envelope marked “Your IDEAS Contest:” to the address listed above on or before December 1st, 2017. Questions or comments please contact NE Range Community Education

NER Community Ed

NER School Friday Dec 1st

Cost $5.00 3:15pm

 

 

 

Morning Swim (Adult)

Men and Women are invited to come and enjoy the beautiful school pool every Monday thru Friday morning. M, W, F morning: aerobics, laps, walking and casually enjoy the pool (limited lanes available for lap swimming). T & Th morning: pool open to lap swimming. Punch cards available for purchase see life guard. Note the change to prices. No class on days when school is closed or during poor winter weather.

Northeast Range Community ED

NER School Pool M-F                           October 2nd-Jan

Cost $5 per day, 12 for $35, 20 for $45         6:30-7:30 am

 

Evening Swim (Adult):

Men and Women are invited to come and enjoy the beautiful school

Pool on Wednesdays starting in September 27th. Seven Committed swimmers, an adult supervisor and lifeguard are needed to run this program. Call community education for more information.

NER Community Ed

NER School Pool                  Wednesday            October 4th-Jan

Cost $5 per day                                                          6:30-8:00pm

 

Yoga for beginners:

Anyone interested in teaching Yoga for beginners, NER Community

Education is currently looking for a certified Yoga instructor. There is a need for this peaceful, healthy and relaxing activity. Please contact NER Community education if interested. Thank you.

To be announced

  1. TBD Day(s) Month/Date

Cost TBD TBD TBD

 

 

Piano Lessons:

Sign up for piano lessons with an experienced K-12 teacher who has a passion for teaching music. Lindsay Varns is currently accepting a limited number of students for the 2017 Fall Semester (September – December ). Lessons will be held in Ely. Free consultations are available to see if music lessons are right for you. Contact Lindsay at 218-298-1053 or lmvarns@gmail.com.

Cost: One-time Community Education fee (Babbitt students) per semester $5.00, Lesson price is $280 for the fall semester (Sept-Dec) with half hour lessons due before the first lesson to secure your slot. Monthly payment plans can be arranged with instructor.

Dates: Lessons TBD by instructor (all lessons are in Ely)

Supplies: Books will be purchased separately after the first meeting

Call Lindsay or email if interested. Only serious inquiry’s please, thank you.

 

Tai Chi:

Anyone interested in teaching Tai Chi, NER Community Education is currently looking for a Tai Chi instructor. Tai chi is low impact and puts minimal stress on muscles and joints, making it generally safe for all ages and fitness levels. In fact, because tai chi is a low impact exercise, it may be especially suitable if you're an older adult who otherwise may not exercise.

You may also find tai chi appealing because it's inexpensive and requires no special equipment. You can do tai chi anywhere, including indoors or outside. And you can do tai chi alone or in a group class.

There is a need for this peaceful, healthy and relaxing activity. Please contact NER Community education if interested. Thank you.

 

To be announced

  1. TBD Day(s) Month/Date

Cost TBD TBD TBD

 

 

Intro to DSLR Photography

Don't know how to use your DSLR camera? Locally-grown photographer Sam Weston will teach you the ins and outs of Aperture, Shutter Speed, ISO, and more! Then practice what you learn in an afternoon photography session.

 

NER Media Center               Saturday            September 9th

Cost $10.00 fee                                                    11 am- 3pm

 

Color & Correction with DSLR Photography

Sam Weston will teach advanced photography techniques to make your photos pop using modern photo editing software, followed by a time to practice what you learned.

 

NER Media Center                  Sunday             September 10th

Cost $10.00 fee                                                   11 am- 3 pm

 

 

Guided Photography Excursion

- Sam Weston will guide you through some amazing local scenery so you can take more amazing photos. Bring your hiking shoes! Take what you learned the previous two days and take some amazing photos.

 

  1. (Local area)        Monday                  September 11th

Cost $10.00 fee                                                 4:00-6:00pm

 

 

Life Guard Class coming this Fall

 

A Life guard class will be held this Fall at the Northeast Range School. If anyone is interested please call NER Community Ed or email Joseph @ for more info. Need a minimum of 7 people. Dates and Times will be determined once we get the minimum amount required to hold this course.

Sue Pasmik

NER School pool/classroom To be determined TBD

Cost TBD

 

NER Community Education Book Club:

Love to read or simply like discussing books, please sign up for the new 2017/18 Book Club by October 1st email Jennifer ( ). The first meeting will be held on October 3rd at 3:30 in room A12. We will select books off the reading list and set meeting dates and times. The book club is open to high school students and adults. Book Club Members will receive a copy of the first book read by the group. Other books on the list will be available for purchase or to borrow.

2017.18 Book Club Reading List

1. Eleanor and Park by Rainbow Rowel

2. Denton Little's Deathdate by Lance Rubin

3. Disreputable History of Frankie Landau-Banks by E. Lockhart

4. I'll Give You the Sun by Jandy Nelson

 

Jennifer Kaufenberg

NER Classroom A12 To be determined

Cost $6.00 To be determined

 

 

Northeast Range Community Theatre Auditions: (October 9th)

 

If you love acting, want to have fun, learn and just plain want to be silly come to the NER Community Theatre auditions for the show "TBD". All productions have various roles and there will be a part for everyone. Anyone interested in helping with show production is encouraged to see the Director. Remember these shows are open for community members as well, so feel free to join the fun, would love to have you.

Joseph Kaufenberg

NER Auditorium Monday October 9th

Cost $12 fee 3:20-5:00 pm

 

Fee must be paid on day of Audition along with the registration form.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Defensive driving (4 hour - refresher course)

This is a four-hour refresher course with instructor Sergeant Pete Goman (MN State Highway Patrol). You must be 55 and already have taken the eight-hour course and need a renewal to take this course. You will receive a certificate required by your insurance company for the auto insurance discount.

 

Sergeant Pete Goman Day Date/Time

Babbitt Municipal Center                                     Monday                                       Oct 9th

Cost $18.00 fee                                                                                                      9:00-1:00 pm

 

Defensive driving (8 hour – initial course)

This eight-hour course is the initial course needed to receive a discount on your auto insurance. This course is for those at least 55 years of age. You will receive a certificate required by your insurance company for the auto insurance discount.

 

Sergeant Pete Goman Day Date/Time

Babbitt Municipal Center                                       Tuesday                                      Oct 10th

Cost $20.00 fee                                                                                                        9:00-3:00 pm

 

Go to the Movies: “Captain Underpants”

October 12th

Stay close to home and “GO TO THE MOVIES.” The movie will be shown in the NER School auditorium on the big screen. The cost is $3 and will include popcorn, a beverage and a treat. Everyone must register for the movie by October 10th to see the show. (10) Registrations are needed for the show to go on. Students will NOT be permitted to attend showing without parental signed release form or permission slip. This show is PG. Movie will be given away in a drawing at the end of the show, what more can you ask for.

Northeast Range Com Ed Day Date/Time

Northeast Range Auditorium              Thursday                 Oct 12th

Cost $3.00 fee                                                                   3:20-5:00 pm

 

National Red Ribbon Week: “Your Future is Key. So Stay Drug Free”

National Red Ribbon Week is the time for our Community to promote a drug free way of life in school and throughout the community. During this week there will be activities geared towards students and adults of all ages to increase drug awareness. Help support

These activities by wearing a red ribbon and participating in the activities. Watch the local newspaper for a list of activities, dates and times. Parents check your student’s backpack for informational flyers and a “Pledge to be Drug Free” contract!

Northeast Range Community Ed.

NER School Starts           Monday                  Oct 23rd-31st

Cost Free 8:30-3:15 pm

 

 

 

 

Community Bowling & Pizza Day

Something fun for Saturday afternoon – Pizza and Bowling. All ages welcome: a responsible High School student or an Adult must accompany Children under the age of 10. Pre-register and Pre-pay is required two days prior to event. This event will be held at the Babbitt Bowling Alley. . Call or email Joseph at jpkaufenberg@isd2142.k12.mn.us 827-3101 ext: 4419

 

Joseph Kaufenberg

Ten Pin Alley Babbitt                    Saturday                   Oct 21st

Cost $8.00 fee pizza/2 games bowling               12:00-2:00 pm

 

 

Bird House Painting

Come to the Northeast range school to Build/Paint and decorate a bird house to hang

Outdoors for your feathered friends. This fun activity is for all ages. Kids 10 and younger must be accompanied by an adult. All materials provided by NER Community education. Snacks will be provided. Need minimum of 15 people to hold this course. Email joseph at jpkaufenberg@isd2142.k12.mn.us or call 827-3101 ext: 4419 for more information or to sign up.

NER Community Education

NER Art Room              Wednesday              October 11th

Cost $8 community Ed fee                              2:10-5:30pm

 

 

NER Community Ed Book Club

October Fall Family and Dance Festival

Something fun for the whole family. There will be a variety of games and activities, as well as, open gym space for shooting hoops and a photo booth, slushy machine and door prizes. Food will be available for purchase at the concession stand. Cost is $5.00 per person at the door and all children under 10 must be accompanied by a responsible adult.

NER Community Ed.

NER School Friday, Oct 27thth 4:00-6:00 pm

Cost $5.00 per person at the door

 

 

 

 

October Fall Dance Festival

Something fun for everyone. Come ready to dance the night away. There will be open gym space for shooting hoops, quarterback toss, free throw contest, photo booth, slushy machine. Concession stand will be open. Northeast Range Students 5-12 grade. Cost is $4.00 per person in advance or $5.00 per person at the door. Advanced tickets will be on sale October 18-27 during lunch.

NER Community Ed.

NER School Friday, Oct 27th 6:30-10:00 pm

Cost $4.00 per person in advance or $5.00 per person at the door

 

Family Fun Time: Starting November 5th (if Lifeguard available)

Check your local paper, Online or Flier for start date and time.

The Media Center, Gymnasium and Swimming Pool will be open for all to enjoy: Children 10 and under must be accompanied by an adult. Stop by the Media Center and register.

NER Community Ed

NER School Sundays starting November 5th-January

Cost $5.00 fee 2:00-4:00 pm

 

 

 

 

The Art of Stained Glass

This class will cover the very basic skills and tools needed to work with stained glass. Choosing an appropriate pattern, cutting, grinding and fitting glass, as well as copper, flux, and soldering basics will be covered in detail. All tools are provided. Glass and copper foil can be purchased on site, or you may bring your own supplies. Just show up ready to create a one of kind piece with your own two hands! This class is specially geared to beginning glass artists, so if you have always wanted to do it and were afraid to try--this is for you!

If you already have intermediate or advanced skills you are welcome to come and in and work at you own pace using the provided grinders, tools, and irons.


**Students are encouraged to bring in their own designs as a starting point, however, we have plenty of patterns available to choose from

**Students must be adults.

 

Session 1 November 8th-December 6th

Session 2 December 13th-January 17th

Session 3 January 24th- February 21st


Wednesday Only 4:00-6:00
Cost: $30.00 per Session or $15.00 for 2 days a month
Instr
uctor: Susan Anderson

 

Swimming Lessons for Pre-K (Infant/Toddler)

Level Pre-K, Swimming Lessons are in need of a Red Cross certified swim lesson instructor for the 2017/18 school year. Please call or email jpkaufenberg@isd2142.k12.mn.us if you are interested, 827-3101 ext: 4419

Instructor to be announced

NER School pool To be determined TBD

Cost $50.00 per person

 

Swimming Lessons for Levels 1-6

Level 1-6 Swimming Lessons will be held during 2017/18 school year. Please watch the local paper and monthly Community News Letter for Registration Dates and Times.

Sue Pasmik

NER School pool To be determined TBD

Cost $50.00 per person

 

Please be aware of the change in price as well, thank you very much!

 

 

First Annual Community Ed Sports Cards/Collectible Show

Manager: Joseph Kaufenberg

Are you a sports card collector maybe comic books, action figures, well this is the date for you. The first annual NER Community Ed Sports Cards/Collectible show will be held at the Northeast Range School on November 18th. Bring your collection and do some selling/trading or buying. This event needs a minimum of 10 vendor tables to be held. To reserve a table (to showcase your collection) please email jpkaufenberg@isd2142.k12.mn.us or call 827-3101 ext:4419. Everyone is welcome to attend come on down and maybe you will find the card or collectible you are looking for. There will be a concession stand open for snacks, drinks and food.

 

NER Community Ed

NER Cafeteria                          Saturday                 November 18th

Cost $20 per table                                                10:00 am-2:30pm

 

 

 

 

Community Bowling & Pizza Day

Something fun for Saturday afternoon – Pizza and Bowling. All ages welcome: a responsible High School student or an Adult must accompany Children under the age of 10. Pre-register and Pre-pay is required two days prior to event. This event will be held at the Babbitt Bowling Alley. Call or email Joseph at jpkaufenberg@isd2142.k12.mn.us 827-3101 ext: 4419

 

Joseph Kaufenberg

Ten Pin Alley Babbitt                                 Saturday                     December 2nd

Cost $8.00 fee pizza/2 games bowling                                 12:00-2:00 pm

 

 

 

 

Northeast Range Community Theatre Presents: "Who’s Dying to be a Millionaire"

’Answer this next question and win a million dollars!’ bellows Reginald Smarmy, the oily host of the hottest game show in town. But what can anyone do when a confident and poised contestant responds correctly to a challenging question... and immediately falls down dead?! The next night, the same thing happens to another contestant. The police say he was electrocuted by the phone wire when he was playing his ’Mother, May I?’ card and calling his mother for help. The next contestant, poor Dede McCoy, didn’t even get to introduce herself before being stabbed in the back. After three murders, you have to wonder who would even want to be the next contestant! With horror happening before everyone’s eyes, director Clovis Darnell has her hands full dealing with a police chief who is trying to cancel this popular show while the studio vice president is aggressively skirmishing to keep it on the air. After all, ratings have never been better! And what about all of the other questions that continue to pop up? Does the fishy phone call threatening to blackmail the show writer have anything to do with this madcap mystery? Why does Sally Dean Riviera, a rival show host, just happen to arrive? And is Denny Perkins, stage manager and armchair detective, capable of solving this crime? Clever roles galore include the boisterous Mayor Bertha Hoggens, a group of her hilarious star-struck city council members and eccentric Sofie Mondello, who seems to confess to everything! All of these wild characters combine to make one oddball thriller! Contestants are dropping as fast as the wisecracks in a wild, riotous lampoon of quiz shows, politics and basic human nature. After all, what would you answer if someone asked you, ’Are you dying to be a millionaire?’

NER Community Ed

NER School Auditorium                           Friday,             December 8th 6:00 pm

Cost $6.00 fee                                         Saturday,             December 9th 1:00 pm

 

 

 

 

 

Beginning Acting Workshop (All ages welcome)

Joseph Kaufenberg will be instructing this course, he has a master’s degree in theatre and has been involved with the fine arts professionally for over 30 years. In this introductory

Class, students will learn how to utilize the basic tools of an actor. Bring a water bottle, snack provided. All ages welcome.

Joseph Kaufenberg

NER School Auditorium                                 Thursday                                  December 14th

Cost $5.00 fee                                                                                                   3:20-5:00 pm

 

 

Family Bowling & Pizza Day

Something fun for Saturday afternoon – Pizza and Bowling. All ages welcome: a responsible High School student or an Adult must accompany Children under the age of 10. Pre-register and Pre-pay is required two days prior to event. This event will be held at the Babbitt Bowling Alley.

Joseph Kaufenberg

Ten Pin Alley Babbitt                                 Saturday                                   January 13th

Cost $6.00 fee pizza/2 games bowling                                                    12:00-2:00 pm

 

 

 

 

 

Jersey Boys” on Broadway - Motor Coach Trip to Orpheum Theatre in Minneapolis

Matinee Performance - Lenny Johnson, Trip Escort

 

 

 

 

 

TOO GOOD TO BE TRUE!” raves the New York Post for JERSEY BOYS, the 2006 Tony, Grammy and Olivier Award®-winning Best Musical about Rock and Roll Hall of Famers The Four Seasons: Frankie Valli, Bob Gaudio, Tommy DeVito and Nick Massi. This is the true story of how four blue-collar kids became one of the greatest successes in pop music history. They wrote their own songs, invented their own sounds and sold 175 million records worldwide – all before they were 30! JERSEY BOYS features their hit songs “Sherry,” “Big Girls Don’t Cry,” “Rag Doll,” “Oh What a Night” and “Can’t Take My Eyes Off You.” “THE CROWD GOES WILD!” cheers The New York Times.

 

Join us on this day trip on Saturday, April 28, 2018 with Community Education. The cost of this day trip includes deluxe motor-coach, roundtrip, bus fare and matinee show ticket. We will make a short stop at Tobies in Hinckley on the way down. Pick up a snack there or bring a bag lunch. Dinner will be on your own at 6:00 P.M. at “The Winds Steakhouse” or at the restaurant of your choice at the Grand Casino Hinckley. (Cost is not included in your trip fee; you pay out-of-pocket for dinner.) You must indicate if you will be having dinner at “The Winds Steakhouse” when you register for the trip in order for a reservation to be made for you. (You may also bring a bag dinner.)

Registrations for the trip are limited to 30 people. There are no refunds for cancellation unless seat(s) can be sold to another party. All patrons will be refunded if the trip is cancelled due to lack of registrations. Please contact your local Community Education Coordinator for an itinerary, more information, or to register. Students must be 5 years old and up; 17 and under must be accompanied by a responsible adult. All seats must be reserved and paid in full by Friday, February 9, 2018 at 5:00 P.M.

This escorted trip is Saturday, April 28, 2018; Bus leaves __Virginia Village Inn_parking lot promptly at 9 A.M. and returns to Virginia Village Inn at _10:15_ P.M.; $129 per person.

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Look for these Coming Winter Classes (Early advertisement)

 

Doing Your taxes Online

Learn how to do your own taxes online. Bring everything that you need to do your taxes.

Lorenda Daugherty with 13 years of doing taxes will be there to help you do them.

Meet in the media center at the school.

NER Media Center               Saturday                   February 3, 2018

$5.00 Community Ed fee                                      9:30am

 

Property Tax Refund

Learn how to do your own property tax refund yourself. Bring all income or your taxes from 2017 to do it. Lorenda Daugherty with 13 years of professional experience doing taxes will be there to help guide you through the process. Meet in the media center at the school.

NER Media Center                    Saturday               March 3, 2018

$5.00 Community Ed Fee                                         9:30 am

 

 

 

Community Education Evaluation Form:

After you have attended a Community Education class, we would like to know what you think. Your feedback will help us make improvements and will also reinforce the things we are doing well. To give feedback about a class you've attended, please go to the Class Evaluation Survey form on the Northeast Range Community Education website and click Com Ed Forms. If you would like a copy via email or in print contact the Community Ed Coordinator. Your opinions and ideas are important to help increase the quality of Community Education.


 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
                                                           
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 






 

Contact: Joseph Kaufenberg