EMILY -- The Emily Charter School Student Council will hold a dance from 7 to 11 p.m. Friday.
Music and lights will be by Sound Force (deejays). The dance is open to all area students in grades 4-12.
Emily Charter School to host carnival
EMILY -- The Emily Charter School sixth-grade class, along with the parent committee and community volunteers, will hold a Carnival from 5:30 to 9 p.m. March 16 at the school.
There will be games, prizes, face painting and more. Tickets for games will be sold at the front door.
Fifty percent of the proceeds will go toward the sixth-grade class trip to Wolf Ridge Environmental Learning Center. The remainder will go into the parent committee fund for any other upcoming field trips or requests from teachers.
Along with the carnival, there will be an informal open house. The public is invited. Food will be served in the gymnasium at no charge.
Cass Council on Aging to meet March 19
LONGVILLE -- The Cass County Council on Aging will meet at 1 p.m. Monday, March 19, at the Longville Senior Center, Longville.
The Longville Senior Center is a Senior Nutrition Site. To make a reservation for lunch, call Kris at 889-2442 (mornings) by Friday, March 16.
This meeting is open to the public.
During winter, the S.A.L.T. Council will hold its meetings directly after the Council on Aging meetings (approximately 2:30 p.m.). S.A.L.T. Council members and anyone interested are invited to attend.
New services offered at Eclipse Teen Center in Pequot Lakes
PEQUOT LAKES -- Each day after school the Eclipse Teen Center (located across the Pequot Lakes School parking lot and across from Echo Publishing) is open from 3:10 to 6 p.m. and every other Friday until 10 p.m.
There are games, computers and adult supervision at no charge to teens. Teens may also come over after school and ride the activity bus home at 5:15 p.m. Parents may want to consider this as a regular option, especially if a younger teen is home alone after school.
The Super Nova Snack Bar is now open each day after school in the Eclipse Teen Center. Teens can buy a snack, do home work or just hang out with friends with adult supervision nearby. Menu items include sub sandwiches, pizza, chips, soft drinks, nachos, candy, ice cream, hot chocolate, cappuccino and more.
Parents may send a check and the center will keep a cash card on file so teens can get a snack or a meal after
school without the need to carry cash. To get this service call 568-9360 and a pre-paid account will be set up.
No preregistration is necessary to go to the Eclipse or Super Nova. For more information call Tricia Coleman at 568-9360.
These services are made possible by grants from the state of Minnesota, the Initiative Foundation and the Crow Wing County Family Services Collaborative.
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