Monthly Archives: September 2006

GirlFest

At the Expo Center, Free for girls and their families. Website: http://www.girlscoutscrc.org/News/girlfest.htm

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Special screening of Ghostbusters Special screening of Ghostbusters

A special screening of Ghostbusters to benefit Libraries Yes!, the campaign to save our libraries. With 50% of libraries funds up for a vote this November, saving thelibrary is up to all of us. What: Special screening of Ghostbusters plus … Continue reading

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GirlFest 2006

Saturday, September 30, 2006 girls of all ages, from every community will gather at the Portland Expo Center to participate in hands-on activities, try new things, and learn about resources and opportunities for girls in our community. GirlFest is free … Continue reading

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First Day of School for Kindergarten

Kindergarteners!

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The Ghostbusters saved their library and now. . . so can you!

Join us for a special screening of Ghostbusters to benefit Libraries Yes!, the campaign to save our libraries. With 50% of libraries funds up for a vote this November, saving the library is up to all of us. What: Special … Continue reading

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First Day of School for Students

All students in grades 1-12.

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School Starts this week!

There are three different calendars that schools in the Portland area can use. The one we put on our calendar here is the trimester calendar(pdf format). This calendar is used by these schools:

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Ten Guidelines to Promote Your Child’s Healthy Development

Be warm, loving and responsive Respond to the child’s cues and clues Talk, read and sing to your child Establish routines and rituals Encourage safe exploration and play Make television watching selective Use discipline as an opportunity to teach Recognize … Continue reading

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