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04/17/08

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04/20/08

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05/14/08

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09/22/07

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09/22/07

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01/03/08

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March 2008

Date Day Time Event Name Place
3rd
through
24th
    Rochester Weed and Seed
Community Impact
 Survey


This survey will take place from March 3rd to March 24th of 2008.  Please view and complete the survey by going to this website: 
http://tinyurl.com/3b9dr8
The Rochester Weed and Seed Initiative was established in 2002 and got up and running in 2003. This survey is part of an evaluation of the impact that the Weed and Seed Initiative has had on the Rochester Community.    Your opinion of the Weed and Seed Initiative and of community conditions over the past five years will be very helpful in wrapping up this project and planning for the future. This survey has seven questions, and most people will be able to complete it in under five minutes.  In thanks for your participation in this brief survey, if you provide your email address, you will be entered in a random drawing of all survey respondents for a gift basket.  If you have any questions about this survey, please contact the evaluator for the Weed and Seed Initiative, Sylvie McGee, at: goodcause@comcast.net or 360-705-1233.
Thank You!"

 
6th Thursday 6:30 PM
to
9:00 PM
Rain Gardens
Your key to Managing Drainage & Protecting South Sound
A workshop to learn how to design your own rain garden with opportunities for "Hands on" experience in creating rain gardens at local schools in April & May
For information about location and to register
contact 360-754-3588, ext. 110 or e-mail ericag@wsu.edu
Click here to view the poster.
Olympia
         
7th

&

8th

Friday

&

Saturday

7:50 AM
to
5:00 PM
BRIGHTER TOMORROWS CONFERENCE
BRINGS EXPERTISE ON SPECIAL NEEDS TO OLYMPIA AREA    


This annual event promises to change the way society perceives & accepts people with special needs.  It should be of special interest to:  Teachers, Families with Special Needs Children, Doctors, Attorneys

The Wyatt Holliday Foundation of Olympia will host a two-day conference on children with special needs.  Though the focus this year is on Autism, Cerebral Palsy and Down Syndrome, the topics covered pertain to many diagnoses, and each year diagnoses rotate to include fresh information and new reasons to attend.   Both professionals as well as family members can benefit greatly by the wide range of topics and expertise. 
 
        30 speakers in separate breakout sessions 
        Nationally known keynote speakers Andrew Cuddy, Esq. on Special Education Law, Dr. Mark Geier and David Geier on Vaccines and the Autism link, Dr. Lawrence Leichtman on Down Syndrome and Nutritional Intervention, Dr. Gwen Glew on Cerebral Palsy and her current research into physical tissue manipulation; and
        Dan Olmsted, editor of the nation's first daily Web newspaper for the environmental-biomedical community and former investigative reporter who featured Olympia families in his "Age of Autism" series for the United Press International (UPI) in 2006.  

Topics range from a 6-hour IEP (Individualized Education Program) intensive workshop on special education child advocacy, family and relationship issues, special needs planning, to topics in mental health court and juvenile justice pertaining to special needs.  
 
Register online at http://www.WyattsHouse.org/2008conference.htm
 
 

St. Martin's University,
 Worthington Center & Pavilion
Lacey, WA
 
13th Thursday 6:00 PM
to
7:30 PM

Grand Mound Rochester Park Association Monthly Meeting
 There are several board positions open.  Any Rochester resident is encouraged to attend.  For more information about the open board positions and responsibilities please contact Mary Lewis at matslewis@msn.com or  360-273-0398

Conference Room at the
Rochester Community Center
18th Tuesday 7:00 PM Community Levy Information Meeting

Rochester: A Community Facing Crisis
Please click here to view the poster with the full information about the meeting.  All Rochester residents are encouraged to attend whether or not you children in school.

Rochester High School Commons
22 Saturday 9:00 PM
to
10:00 PM
Flashlight Easter Egg Hunt on March 22, 9 - 10 pm,
This is for Rochester MIDDLE SCHOOL youth only. 
Please click here to view the poster
Rochester Community Park
24th
through
31st
All Week   School Conferences - Early Dismissal Rochester School District
27th Thursday 6:30 PM
to
9:00 PM
Rain Gardens
Your key to Managing Drainage & Protecting South Sound
A workshop to learn how to design your own rain garden with opportunities for "Hands on" experience in creating rain gardens at local schools in April & May
For information about location and to register
contact 360-754-3588, ext. 110 or e-mail ericag@wsu.edu
Click here to view the poster.
Eatonville
         
         
         
         
         
         

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