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|[ 07Jan10]||[Cherrywood Choices (for neighbors wanting to connect) ]|
Please send updates to Dolly, 494-9905, <email@example.com>
|DONATION or VOLUNTEERING
VOLUNTEERS OPPORTUNITIES (posted Jan '07)
|Jon Wainwright 3915 Becker Ave. Austin, TX 78751 Tel: 512.454.8581 Fax: 512.420.0010 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
- 02Sep10 Annual Open House at Northwest Pool
- 2002-03 Schedule
|[Chris Owan writes] Below is a contact for anyone interested in getting there boy(s) involved in the Boy Scouts. We don't have a Den as far as I know at Maplewood Elementary. My stepson is entering the first grade and we wanted to get him involved in Scouting. Thus, I have been doing some research and found out who the Pack Leader (Pack 28) is for our area. They are looking for someone to volunteer to be the Den leader for the 1st Graders (Tiger Cubs).
His name is Jon Wainwright. Here is part of an email I received from him:
Of course we would love to have your son in Cub Scouts with us. The only snag at this point is that no on has volunteered to organize a tiger Cub den for this year. I will be doing some recruiting for the position in the next few weeks, but there's no way to know whether any one will step forward. If you would be interested in taking this one, that would be GREAT. If you are, let me know and we can talk some more. Otherwise, I will definitely keep your name in my contacts list and let you know if we are able to get a Tiger Cub den off the ground.
|Dawn K. Martin, (CD - DONA) & Lactation Consultant (IBCLC)|
|"Doula" is a term coined in the late 80's to describe an experienced attendant offering continuous physical and emotional support to a birthing woman during labor and delivery.
Numerous studies, including Marshall Klaus Mothering the Mother: How a Doula Can Help You Have a Shorter, Easier, and Healthier Birth , (Perseus,1993), have found "when women receive continuous emotional support and physical comfort throughout childbirth, their obstetric outcomes may improve - fewer pain medications (30-60%), shorter labor (25-50%), and reduced Cesarean rates (up to 60%)."
I am certified through DONA (Doulas of North America), an accredited La Leche League Leader, & IBCLC (Internationally Board Certified Lactation Consultant), mother of three, and resident of the coolest neighborhood in Austin.
MY SERVICES INCLUDE:
OTHER SERVICES AVAILABLE:
|Family & Wedding Portraits|
|Kevin Malek, email@example.com
Dreamscape Imagery and Design
1407-B Crestwood Rd. Austin, TX 78722
|In addition to family portraits I also shoot inexpensive weddings for the young couples that cannot afford a $1500 photographer but want higher quality work than their friends can give them.|
|Rebecca Schwarz <firstname.lastname@example.org>|
|Okay, here's an idea. My hubby loves soccer, and plays. I played in junior high and would consider coming out for some friendly easy-going games. If there isn't actually a city ordinance against it (I can't imagine there would be), then why don't we form an informal co-ed Cherrywood league? Any interested parties, please raise your hands.|
|Chris Kadas, email@example.com|
|My wife and I are expecting our first in mid-October, and wanted to know if anyone in the French Place/Cherrywood area has thought of/would be willing to consider, nanny sharing. We're not sure exactly what our child care arrangements are going to be, but had heard that some parents have had some success with having a single nanny take care of two infants, saving a bit on the cost. We haven't found a nanny, so we're pretty early in the process, but if anyone is interested in pursueing this, please let me know.|
|Kathy McTee, 472-1128, "Kathleen McTee Textiles" <firstname.lastname@example.org>|
|New-ish mom (six month old son), working at home, seeking other moms in the neighborhood for walking, talking, coffee, lunch, park, pool, etc. Do "official" mom groups make you queasy, but you still want some adult conversation now and then, with someone who understands the mom thing? Let's get together. In addition to my beautiful boy, my interests include art, music, reading, film, gardening, cooking & occasional ranting about politics...We're on 32nd Street.|
|Frances DeLaune, 477-1986, email@example.com|
|Meetings are on the 4th Wednesday monthly, except no meeting in November and December's meeting on the 1st Wednesday. Contact Frances DeLaune < firstname.lastname@example.org > to join, or Jo Lynn Brown, 457-9649, |
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Cherrywood Book Club GuidelinesAddendum (03Aug3)
All the members of the Cherrywood book club would like to invite anyone interested in the book club to join us for our upcoming August meeting. It will be held on Wednesday, August 27, 2003, from 7:00 to 9:00 p.m., and we will be discussing Jon Krakauer's Into Thin Air , the author's personal account of his tragic climb up and down Mt. Everest.
At our meetings, we very informally discuss the book we just read: what happened in it, our take on the characters, what we liked and didn't like about the book, etc. The meetings are never stuffy or highbrow; we're just a group of neighbors who get together to discuss what we've read in a fun, friendly atmosphere.
If you are interested in attending the meeting or have any other questions, please e-mail me or call me. We all look forward to seeing you!
Meeting time, date, and place
New members are welcome at any time. If we get to be too large of a group, we will split up into two smaller groups. New members must:
|Men's Gardening Club|
|Stefan Schuster, 322-0059, firstname.lastname@example.org
Jim Walker, 499-0526, email@example.com
|Concept forming. Talk with Stefan or Jim.|
|Toddler Babysitting Co-op|
|Simi Denson, firstname.lastname@example.org|
|Who: Families of toddlers (walking - pre-k)
What: Shared babysitting
When: Every Friday, 6:00ish - 9:00ish
Why: To meet your neighbors... and to remember what "adult time" means
Where: At homes around the Cherrywood Neighborhood
How: Each Friday, one family entertains all the little ones. The other parents go out-- or, if they prefer, stay in!
We are a small, flexible group. If you are interested in participating, we ask that you commit long enough to host at least once. Right now, the age range of our children is 12-24 months. If the group gets too large, we can either divide or have multiple hosts-- we'll decide if and when that happens. We look forward to meeting you! -Simi-
|Leah's Music Class - a hands on, shoes off, interactive music & movement experience|
|Leah Lewis, email@example.com , 494-9594|
Leah's Music Class is:
- for children under 5 years of age and their parent(s)
- uses voices, bodies and instruments to create and share music
- playfully structured - a fun and nurturing environment
- where children and parents bond through musical activities
Leah's Music Class:
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