September 27, 2014
This event is a family friendly event that features a Baking Contest, Battle of the bands, Decatur County’s got Talent. Junk in the trunk (which is a flea market type event), Lip synch contest, Little Miss/Mr Tree City, Parade, will feature band “The torpedo’s” and a Watermelon Eating contest. Something for the entire family!
Community Health Network and Johnson Memorial Health presents: Eat. Play. Live. – A woman’s journey of food, fun and health.
Enjoy this time just for you with free brunch, some much needed pampering, chances to win great prizes, and free health offerings including women’s health screening, hearing screenings, skin wellness and more. Come by yourself or invite your girlfriends, mom or sister!
Space is limited so call 800-777-7775 or visit eCommunity.com/pavilion to register.
The Teal Ribbon Ovarian Cancer Run/Walk is held annually by Ovar’coming Together to raise funds to help fulfill the organization’s mission of creating awareness, supporting ovarian cancer survivors and caregivers, and funding ovarian cancer research. Choose from a 1-mile walk, a 5K walk, a 5K competitive run and a Zumba Workout to celebrate, remember and honor women affected by ovarian cancer.
Event festivities include entertainment, guest speakers, a TEAL Market, a special Survivors Tent, educational booths and more! The event always takes place on the last Saturday of each September to wrap up Ovarian Cancer Awareness Month.
Register online until noon on Thursday, Sep 25, 2014 or in person on the day of the event starting at 7:00 AM!
Event URL: http://ovarcoming.kintera.org/faf/home/default.asp?ievent=1113480
Individual/Team Member/Silent Participant: $25; Ovarian Cancer Survivor: $15; Child (15 and under): $10
Teacher-Blogger Training Camp
Date: Saturday September 27th
Time: 11:00 AM-3:00 PM
Place: Fairfield Inn & Suites in Seymour, IN
The Teacher-Blogger Training Camp is a short conference designed to help teachers create and share materials with other teachers using a blog, TeachersPayTeachers, and social media. Participants should have some basic technology skills such as uploading digital images to a computer and using the Internet. However, blogging experience or creating products is not a requirement for attending.
Many teachers have begun using TeachersPayTeachers and blogging to supplement their income and provide many benefits to their classroom. I’d love to share the benefits that blogging could have on your classroom as well as how to get started with you at the Teacher-Blogger Training Camp.
To register, go to facebook.com/theprimarygal.
Cost: $40 per person or $60 per group of two!
Join us to learn more about Girl Scouts. Free and open to families with Girls in grades 2-8.