Then consider signing up to take them a meal – http://www.takethemameal.com/meals.php?t=KHMA9101
They are not particular, but do try to stay away from red meat. They like good “down home” cooking. Please proved enough food for 4.
Joseph and Jessica live on Parris Island and Joseph can meet you at the gate to receive your meal around 5pm. Please call Joseph to let him know that you are bringing them a meal and to arrange meeting. Joseph’s number is 573.469.1704.
Colleen Brant is the meal coordinator.
Thank you for blessing them is this way!
From Cindy –
I am looking for DK Speaker or DK Guide to Public Speaking book for Speech at the tech if anyone has for sale. Also, College Algebra book for Math 110.
Thanks so much!
Deep Sigh Equestrian Programs:
You or your child will learn grooming, care and management of horses as well as the techniques necessary to ride effectively and safely. Horses teach us life lessons in a manner that humanity cannot. Through weekly interaction with an assigned mount our students learn to be self-sufficient, make sound decisions; and become aware of the cause and effect theory of life.
We offer the following options for lessons at our facility.
Homeschool student riding program;
Weekly lessons from 9:00 -10:30 Tuesday groups of 4 -6 riders
Monthly fee paid at the beginning of each month
4 lessons per month – $90.00
2 lessons per month – $50.00
Private lessons Tuesday- Thursday 2:00 -4 pm $60.00 pp/hr
half hour session $45.00 per half hour
Group lessons (3-5) Saturday 8:00, Monday or Friday 5pm. – $35.00 pp/hr
Horse and Rider Clinics: problem solving for your equine: by appointment
$75 per person per clinic.
All participants are required to have an ASTM approved helmet, proper riding shoes, pants or breeches and riding gloves. A packet with Signed release and medical information form must be on file before starting any lesson program.
Students should arrive 15 min before the start of the lesson to groom tack and be mounted at the start time of their lesson.
Please call Barbara O’Leary to schedule your sessions.
ww.dshorsefarm.com, email@example.com, (843) 368-7309
From Michelle Thomas –
Looking for History of Medieval World & Analytical Grammar Student Book if anyone can lend or sell used?
Contact Michelle at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Name: Evelyn Owens
I would like to borrow the following books if anyone has them for loan. Thanks, Evelyn Owens email@example.com
Beowolf translated by Seamus Heaney
The Magna Carte by James K. Wheaton
Sir Gawain and the Green Knight, Pearl, Sir Ofeo translated by J.R.R. Tolkien
Woman’s Life is looking for someone to help in the cafe. This would include setup/purchasing supplies when needed/decorating etc. If you would like to help in this ministry, please call Zoe Turechek at 812-3153 or 466-9745.
HC’s Homeschool Fridays Return for the New School Year
COLUMBIA, S.C. (Aug. 19, 2014)—Historic Columbia invites all homeschool students to enjoy hands-on activities while learning and exploring different themes and historic sites at Homeschool Fridays, held on the first Friday of each month.
The Homeschool Friday schedule this fall includes:
Sept. 5 | History of Media in Columbia and Richland County
Meet in the Gift Shop at Robert Mills, 1616 Blanding St.
Students will explore the rich media history of Columbia and Richland County including early newspapers, radio, and television stations. Topics will include yellow journalism, the assassination of The State’s founder by a lieutenant governor, and samples from newspapers that have operated in Columbia. From The Columbia Gazette in 1794 to ColaDaily.com, students will see how information has been communicated to Richland County’s residents throughout history.
Oct. 3 | Mourning Customs of the 19th Century
Meet in the Gift Shop at Robert Mills, 1616 Blanding St.
Students will discover how people in the 19th century mourned the loss of a loved one. Women were expected to observe certain mourning customs such as covering mirrors in a black cloth, wearing dark clothing and black jewelry, and even children wore a black ribbon around their arm. The students will also make their own “hair wreath,” a common practice to remember a loved one.
Nov. 7 | Woodrow Wilson’s Presidency
Meet at the Woodrow Wilson Family Home, 1705 Hampton St.
The lasting effects of President Woodrow Wilson’s decisions as this nation’s leader continue to be felt today. This program will explore his work as president including the creation of the Federal Reserve to stabilize the banking system, his leadership in World War I, and the passage of the 19th amendment granting women the right to vote.
Dec. 5 | Main Street Tour
Meet at the South Carolina State House at the intersection of Gervais and Main streets.
Main Street, or Richardson Street as it was originally called, is the most architecturally diverse area of Columbia today. From 19th-century two-story brick buildings to the newest office towers, Main Street’s prosperity has grown and declined over the city’s history. On a walking tour from the State House to the Tapp’s building, students will see the first mall on Main Street, bank vaults, movie theaters, and former department stores as they learn how building uses have changed and how Main Street is being revived.
Historic Columbia’s Homeschool Friday programs are $5 per student and open to all homeschool students of elementary and middle school age levels, and reservations are suggested. To reserve a spot or get more information, visit historiccolumbia.org, email firstname.lastname@example.org or call 803-252-1770 ext. 36.
About Historic Columbia:
In November 1961, a small group of individuals intent on saving the Ainsley Hall House from demolition officially incorporated as the Historic Columbia Foundation. Over the next five decades the organization, which was founded on the premise of preservation and education, would take on the stewardship of seven historic properties in Richland County. Today, the organization serves as a model for local preservation efforts and interpretation of local history. Visit historiccolumbia.org or find us on Twitter, Facebook, Instagram or YouTube for more details.
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1601 Richland St., Columbia, SC 29201