Children at First Night can make cards for Children at Akron Children’s Hospital. Spring Garden Waldorf School will host a Children’s Hospital Card booth at First Night Akron in the John S. Knight Center from 6-9 p.m. on New Year’s Eve. At the booth, children and their parents can decorate the outside of cards with a variety of fun materials to give to patients at Akron Children’s Hospital.
Those patients, in turn, will use the cards as craft material as they make cards for friends, family and hospital staff. A coordinator of volunteer services at Akron Children’s Hospital said that January is a fairly quiet month for the children who are patients, and the cards will bring much-needed joy while allowing for the patients to interact with others. It’s truly a gift that keeps on giving!
Stop by Exhibit Hall 1 at The John S. Knight Center, the Spring Garden Waldorf School Booth, and make a card on New Year’s Eve to brighten a child’s day.
- A snow pass for every Saturday from 9am to 1pm
- Five lessons for any level
- And four pick a day/club passes good for any day, any time at Boston Mills, Brandywine, Alpine Valley, or even a snow tubing session.
These passes can be used by the member or anyone they choose to give it to!
Use our easy online registration – 3 easy steps:
- Just go to this link: https://www.skipeakresorts.com/ShopBMBW/ClubHome.aspx
- Our login is: springgarden and our password is: in your email box in the ski club email (or email Michael West).
- Follow the instructions provided.
- We are tax exempt and you don’t pay online — just drop your check payable to Spring Garden in my Michael West’s folder.
See you on the slopes!
Our own Aramay Moss spent the summer in NYC on scholarship to Barnard College’s early college program. She spent four weeks living in the big apple, taking classes at Barnard, and getting some amazing references from her teachers for college applications.
“Aramay was one of the strongest writers in the class and it was a pleasure to read her work throughout the course. When it came to class discussion, Aramay distinguished herself as a class leader in both examination of outside reading and peer work.” – Instructor, Jill Di Donato
Now Ms. Moss is doing the post secondary program at Akron University as a Firestone High School Junior — taking all college classes and getting joint credit.
Girls: Intermediate D2/D3 Purple
Sat. 12/6 6p.m. @ Holy Family (Stow)
Sun. 12/7 2 p.m. @ Walsh 2
Sun. 12/14 4p.m. @ Hoban 2
Sun. 12/21 3p.m. @ Hoban 2
Sun. 1/4 4p.m. @ Walsh 1
Sat. 1/10 1p.m. @ St. Paul (Akron)
Sun. 1/11 1p.m. @ Our Lady of Elms
Sun. 1/18 3p.m. @ Hoban 2
Sun. 1/25 3p.m. @ Hoban 2
Sun. 2/1 3p.m. @ Our Lady of Elms
Boys: Intermediate D2 Green
Sun. 12/7 3p.m. @ St.V/St.M James Gym
Sat. 12/13 9a.m.@ Emmanuel Christian Academy/House of Lord
Sun. 12/14 6p.m.@ Walsh 1
Sun. 12/21 6p.m. @ Hoban 1
Sat. 1/3 9a.m. @ Emmanuel Christian Academy/House of Lord
Sun. 1/11 4p.m. @ Walsh 1
Sun. 1/18 5p.m. @ Hoban 1
Sat. 1/24 10a.m. @ Emmanuel Christian Academy/House of Lord
Sun. 1/25 4p.m. @ St. Barnabas-Northfield
Sun. 2/1 4p.m. @ Holy Family (Stow)
Tax-deductible gifts to the annual fund go directly toward teachers’ salaries, facility needs, classroom supplies, and tuition aid.
Spring Garden relies on gifts from the annual giving campaign to make up the difference between tuition and the actual cost of educating our students. That gap is $600 per student.
We are asking that you help us bridge this gap with your tax deductible donation. Click to Donate Today.
Mr. Grimes nominated, and the College of Wooster accepted:
- Sarah Caley
- Jules Christensen
- Eli Hansen
- Grace Hecky
Students will be part of a music festival held at McGaw Chapel at the College of Wooster on November 20-21. Admission is free. Doors open at 6:30.
Congratulations to our young vocalists!