It’s great to let him drive himself, rather than being pushed in a manual chair all the time.” April, 2014 “The car seat is giving Maia adequate postural support so that she can ride in the car safely and more comfortably…I am so impressed at how easy and quick the grant process was.Nagel with your name, your preferred email(s) and your child’s name at: [email protected] Parent/reps: The most widely available and fastest means of disseminating information is through this site (averages over 8,200 users and 48,000 page views per year) along with our social media outlets (Facebook and Twitter).If you have info that needs to get passed along, just contact the web & social media manager and sit back.Weight Watchers sending an email to its members promoting the headline of “The Ins & Outs of Eating Vegan” would have been unfathomable several years ago – it is truly a testament to the growing awareness of the benefits of a Vegan lifestyle, as well as the demand for plant-based alternatives that has developed by leaps and bounds in recent times.I wanted to share one of the listed recipes which has gotten rave reviews – Senegalese Peanut Stew with Spinach and Sweet Potatoes.Please consider making the difference – become a PPA member! This can be based on talent, hard work, character, commitment to the group…whatever is in need of being publicly recognized as making a difference. The Cedar Rapids Washington High School Dance Team is competing in the 2017 National Dance Team Championship February 3-5, 2017.
Plenty of delectable desserts, excellent coffee and outstanding jazz! The experience each of our student-performers enjoys is directly impacted by donations of money and time. Each month, the Performing Arts directors select a student-performer from each of their groups to be recognized as the Performers of the Month. Come here the Revolutionists, Jazz Two and the Coe jazz bands, featuring guest artist and clinician Rich Medd. The 2016-2017 performance year is upon us and now is the time to show your support for the Performing Arts at Washington by becoming a member of the Patron of the Performing Arts.