Weekly Newsletter: February 9th

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Sorry for the belated post!

Auction News
Invitations to the Auction were mailed out on Friday. If you would like an invitation sent to someone please let Elizabeth Ewers know. RSVP’s are due by March 4th, 2015. Single tickets may be purchased for $75 or a table for 8 can be purchased for $550. If you purchase a table, it is very important that you list the first and last names of all the guests that will be seated at your table on the backside of the RSVP card. Reserved seating will only apply to guests purchasing a table of eight. Open seating will be available for single ticket purchases.

Auction Details
The event is Saturday, March 14th, 2015 at the Manor House. Doors will open at 6:30pm for cocktails and auction preview. Dinner will be served at 7pm. A video presentation will follow dinner. The drawing for the Vacation Extravaganza Raffle or Cash will be held at the auction. The winner of the raffle does not need to be present to win.

Reminders:
• We need baskets to be donated as well as “fun” containers to create auction baskets. We also need items such as ribbon, candles, tissue paper and shredded paper. You can bring these items into the school’s office.
• All sold and unsold raffle tickets need to be turned in by March 6th.
• Silent Auction baskets are due on Friday February 27th. You may hand them in any time prior to the February 27th date. Please be sure to fill out a donor form, listing all the items in your basket, as well as the total dollar value of the items contained in the basket.

Parent Meeting February 10th
There is a parent meeting tomorrow night, February 10th at 7pm in St. Saviour’s undercroft. Please remember it is mandatory that each family have a least one representative attend the meeting. Topics that will be covered are the 2015-2016 budget, a preview of summer school offerings, and an update of the Signature Event as well as general school updates. The purpose of parent meetings is to keep everyone informed and provide an opportunity to come together as a community. If for some reason someone will not be able to represent your family, please contact Linda Hart.

No School: February 16th
There is no school on Monday February 16th due to Presidents’ Day.

Autism Conversation
The topic is Building Social Skills in School Aged Children with Autism Spectrum Disorders (ASD) and is presented by Melinda Bauer, MSW, LISW-S on Thursday, February 12th from 6:00-8:00pm at Linden Grove School. RSVP to Carol Willenborg at cwillenborg@autismcincy.org. If you have any questions contact Linda Hart.

Chiropractic Adjustments
Studies have shown that a specific chiropractic adjustment restores proper balance and alignment to the neuro-spinal system, and thus can help restore balance and function to the central nervous system. Repeated adjustments can create positive change in a step-by-step process that leads to an improvement in behavior, digestion, immunity, learning, sleep, and more.

Dr. Steve W. King, a chiropractic physician for the past 17 years with Mt. Lookout Chiropractic, will be coming to Linden Grove to provide interested student’s chiropractic adjustments. Dr. Steve graduated cum laude from Life Chiropractic College in December of 1996. He treats a wide variety of neuromusculoskeletal conditions. To start the process with Dr. Steve King the student’s parent/legal guardian must complete the following paperwork prior to the initial evaluation:

http://www.mtlookoutchiro.com/pdf/self-pay_paperwork.pdf

Each child will need an evaluation before their first adjustment, which is $70.00 by check or cash. The adjustments are $55.00. The first adjustment is included in the evaluation price, so you can save $55.00 the first time. Dr. King will need a minimum of 5 interested students to come out to Linden Grove. If you’re interested, please contact Lindsey Parker (lparker@lindengroveschools.org) by Friday, February 20, 2015.

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