Monday April 30th
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Any garde 12's and 11's who are interested to volunteer in the community, Nelson Share is accepting volunteers. Contact Sharon Verishine at 250-352-1222 or drop by the Nelson Share at 520 Falls Street, Monday to Saturday from 9 am to 5 pm.
The Nelson Youth Center is hosting its first ever clothes swap! Bring some, take some- pants, purses, shoes, shirts and accessories! Monday May 28th, 4:30-6pm. To register contact firstname.lastname@example.org
Nelson rowing club is offering a free try out session for anyone interested in rowing.
This is happening on Tuesday May 1 at 4 oclock at the Nelson Rowing Club. For more information please see Mr. Schmidt or check the Nelson Rowing Club website.
The LVR book club is now reading The Glass Castle by Jeannette Walls. We will meet next Friday May 4th to discuss the first half of the book. Join in the discussion on this non-fiction novel of one families life. A must read book for sure!
So, you always wanted to try archery... The newest club, here at LVR is the Traditional Skills Club. It teaches students how to do a variety of traditional skills including archery. Want to find out more?
Come to the first archery club session today from 3:30-5:00 in our gym. No equipment is necessary, just bring your enthusiasm. You will also find out what archery opportunities there are in our community and beyond. This club is open to anyone in our school.
Celebrate Youth Week by hanging out with the nelson public library theree will have a Jenga station, a button maker and stamp station, and a sculpey station! May 1, 4-5:30pm at the Nelson Public Library. Free, Drop-in!
Books! Books Everywhere!.including LVR in Room 205. Ms. Mobbs is thrilled to announce that LVR now has a free book bin. Come any time and grab a book to read. You can return the books anywhere around town at other Columbia Basin Alliance for Literacy book bins. LVR students are volunteering to select books that you might enjoy reading. Books for this awesome project can also be donated by dropping them into our bin. Come and check it out.
Come listen to the current GIE group, as they will be sharing their experiences with an action-filled and informative presentation, including a silent auction! Learn more about how students can make a direct change in people's lives and change the world one house at a time! Bring your family to the School District Board Office this Wed. May 2nd at 7pm. The GIE Oaxaca experience is offered as an out-of-timetable elective to students going into grades 10,11, and 12 who are interested in experiencing a global intercultural service learning experience. Contact Kathi Knapik email@example.com for more details.
Students who signed up for the fire suppression workshop at Mount Sentinel, you will be called out of class at 10:25 am and you should board the bus in the parking lot. Mr Lytle will take you to mount Sentinel and bring you back by 1:30 for afternoon class
Grads! We will be handing out grad hoodies today & tomorrow during lunch time in the multi purpose room.