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14 Mar 19
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14 Mar 19
Rahul

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05 Mar 19
J-Rabbit in Uni

Tutorial Our group chose: ”What factors in a country facilitate businesses” as the problem for session five. From our brainstorming session, we identified learning objectives as: What attracts investors to invest in a country? How can we measure the attractiveness of a country? How do government facilitate businesses? Keywords chosen were: Purchasing power parity, Gross […]

02 Mar 19
Mom. Wife. Vegan

Lets be honest, cleaning with kids can be a very frustrating task. you fold the laundry and before you can put them up, your toddler knocks over the pile. As soon as the last dish is wash you turn around and see the bottle sitting on the coffee table. No matter what you do it […]

21 Feb 19
Redwood Times
Jasa Sisemore had 15 points and for the second time this season the No. 1 St. Bernard’s girls basketball team beat No. 4 University, this time doing so by a 38-35 margin in the semifinal round of the North Coast Section Division-V playoffs, Wednesday night at St. Bernard’s High. “This is a group that has just worked so hard all year,” St. Bernard’s head coach Mark Gardner said. “They played excellent tonight.” Things started off slow as neither St. Bernard’s nor University scored a point until the midway point in the first quarter. University’s Grace Feinberg was fouled and made one of her two shots to give her team a 1-0 lead. Sisemore opened the gates for her team with a pretty layup and quick pressure back on defense. After regaining possession, Crusaders’ guard Josie Peterson found an open pass to Maddie Costa for another layup. University gained a slim 7-5 lead with a successful shot by Ella Pearl but Crusaders’ center Emily Gardner turned things around just before the end of the first quarter with a basket and a foul, picking up three points the hard way. St. Bernard’s led heading into the second quarter, 8-7. University maintained its persistent play, but fought to match St. Bernard’s increasing scoring output. Sisemore had 10 of St. Bernard’s 14 points in the second quarter, helping the Crusaders to a 22-16 lead into halftime. University cut into the home teams lead a bit in the third, outscoring the home team 9-8 in the period. University remained the better team in the early part of the fourth and midway through the period, behind a few shots from Daniella Resch, tied the game  at 34-34. Emily Gardner was then fouled and after making both shots, she helped the Crusaders regain the lead. University found one last foul as Sydney Spivey shot for two but only made one as St. Bernard’s held on for the narrow win. “We’ll be getting ourselves prepared for this weekend’s championship,” Mark Gardner said. “But at the end of the day the girls will figure it out, they’ve just got to go out and do what they do.” Followed by Sisemore’s 15 points, Gardner finished with 11 and Peterson finished with six. As for University, Feinberg finished with 11 and Battat, seven. St. Bernard’s (22-6) will host the section title game on Saturday and will take on the winner of the other semifinal game between No. 2 Cloverdale (24-6) and No. 3 Rincon Valley Christian (21-6).
21 Feb 19
Times-Standard
Jasa Sisemore had 15 points and for the second time this season the No. 1 St. Bernard’s girls basketball team beat No. 4 University, this time doing so by a 38-35 margin in the semifinal round of the North Coast Section Division-V playoffs, Wednesday night at St. Bernard’s High. “This is a group that has just worked so hard all year,” St. Bernard’s head coach Mark Gardner said. “They played excellent tonight.” Things started off slow as neither St. Bernard’s nor University scored a point until the midway point in the first quarter. University’s Grace Feinberg was fouled and made one of her two shots to give her team a 1-0 lead. Sisemore opened the gates for her team with a pretty layup and quick pressure back on defense. After regaining possession, Crusaders’ guard Josie Peterson found an open pass to Maddie Costa for another layup. University gained a slim 7-5 lead with a successful shot by Ella Pearl but Crusaders’ center Emily Gardner turned things around just before the end of the first quarter with a basket and a foul, picking up three points the hard way. St. Bernard’s led heading into the second quarter, 8-7. University maintained its persistent play, but fought to match St. Bernard’s increasing scoring output. Sisemore had 10 of St. Bernard’s 14 points in the second quarter, helping the Crusaders to a 22-16 lead into halftime. University cut into the home teams lead a bit in the third, outscoring the home team 9-8 in the period. University remained the better team in the early part of the fourth and midway through the period, behind a few shots from Daniella Resch, tied the game  at 34-34. Emily Gardner was then fouled and after making both shots, she helped the Crusaders regain the lead. University found one last foul as Sydney Spivey shot for two but only made one as St. Bernard’s held on for the narrow win. “We’ll be getting ourselves prepared for this weekend’s championship,” Mark Gardner said. “But at the end of the day the girls will figure it out, they’ve just got to go out and do what they do.” Followed by Sisemore’s 15 points, Gardner finished with 11 and Peterson finished with six. As for University, Feinberg finished with 11 and Battat, seven. St. Bernard’s (22-6) will host the section title game on Saturday and will take on the winner of the other semifinal game between No. 2 Cloverdale (24-6) and No. 3 Rincon Valley Christian (21-6).
07 Feb 19
Hilltown Families

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February 9-15, 2019

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WinterFest Amherst 2019 returns with a week-long schedule of venues and events for the whole family, February 2-9. They’ll kick off the festivities with the Luminaria on the Town Commons, a public display of over 1,500 flickering luminarias, and end the week with their signature Grand Finale including our fan-favorite events such as the Best-in-Snow Dog Show. Keep an eye on their online calendar that’s packed with 35+ more events including ice skating performances, hockey games, sledding, live music events, art classes, and much more! Produced by Amherst Leisure Services and Friends of Amherst Recreation. Presented by local sponsors.

Children only get one preschool experience. Experience The Common School in Amherst. The Common School, serving children ages 3-12 years, has two preschool classrooms for children ages 3-5 years. These classrooms provide strong student/teacher ratios, a diverse and inclusive community, opportunities for experiential learning, a stellar social and emotional curriculum, environmental awareness, play based learning, significant time spent outdoors and many resources, such as an extensive library, music and movement class. Call for a tour 413-256-8989 and visit the website at www.commonschool.org.

Let your imagination soar at the New England Air Museum in Windsor Locks, CT during February School Vacation Week! Explore three exhibit hangars filled w/over 60 historic aircraft & experience the wonders of flight through daily hands-on activities including Build & Fly Challenges, interactive Flight Science Demos and computerized Flight Simulators. Visitors can also take to the skies at the museum’s Virtual Flight Center using advanced, three screen yoke & pedal flight simulators (ages 10w+). Additional learning opportunities include a Model Airplane Workshop (Feb 18), LEGO Flying Machine Contest (Feb 19), Foam Flyer Challenge (Feb 20), Fun with Constellation Viewers (Feb 21) and Straw Glider Challenge (Feb 22). More info at www.neam.org.

During February School Vacation Week, children ages 4-12 will be joining Multi-Arts in Amherst & Northampton for an exciting artistic journey, tapping into creativity and broadens horizons. Multi-Arts is a non-profit arts program dedicated to educating, inspiring, and delighting youth in the performance and visual arts. During the week of Feb18-22, six professional artists will be working with participating children, sharing their talents, and inspiring them to immerse themselves in art, theater, music, dance, miming, and more. Join in for 1 or 2 days, or the entire week. Full day & two half day options available. Financial aid is available. For more info, visit www.multi-arts.org, email info@multi-arts.org or call 413-584-7951. Space is limited.

Whole Children is pleased to offer a February School Vacation Program with two separate sections for school age kids ages 7 to 12 and for teens ages 13 to 17. The program will be offered Tuesday through Friday, February 19-22 from 9 am to 3 pm. Come experience 4-days of fun games and activities! There will be a mix of everything “Whole Children” at this camp – board games, gym games, video games, Pokémon, LEGO and K’nex Building, Manga, Anime, karaoke, cooking, and a movie! Enjoy your favorites or try something new! There will be free-choice and opt-out/quiet time opportunities too! Price: $195, Franklin/Hampshire DDS Price: $150. To register, visit http://bit.ly/WCFebRegistration or call 413-585-8010.

Valley Guitar and Music Lessons with Zak Trojano: Zak Trojano is now accepting guitar & music students around the Pioneer Valley. While working as an internationally acclaimed performer and songwriter for over 15 years, Zak has been teaching people of all ages and skill levels here in Western MA. Graduating with a BS in music from Skidmore College, with a focus on music theory and composition, Zak is a patient, inspiring teacher, well loved by his students. Zak offers lessons in guitar, music theory, composition, and songwriting. He is fluent in most American musical styles including Rock, Blues, Folk, Country, and Jazz, with a particular interest in fingerstyle guitar. More info at www.valleymusiclessons.com or email info@zaktrojano.com.

The Northampton Public Schools Preschool is a play-based, child-centered, integrated preschool open to families living in Northampton, Florence & Leeds. Their half-day program runs 4 days a week, Mon-Thurs for 2.5 hours a session (morning or afternoon). Children attend in 2 locations (Bridge Street School & Leeds School) with outdoor play each day. Children who turn 3 by Aug 31 are eligible to start in Sept. Two acceptance lotteries are held (early Feb & late May), followed by rolling admissions. There is a limited full-day option for children who will be 4 by Aug 31, chosen by lottery. For more info or an application, contact earlychildhood@northampton-k12.us, call 413-587-1471 or visit Northampton Preschool to download forms.

MARKET YOUR SUMMER CAMP: In an effort to connect families with summer camps & programs in the region, Hilltown Families is offering camps and programs a chance to partner with us in their online marketing with a special enhanced publicity offer. On Wednesday, March 6th, 2019, Hilltown Families will be featuring summer camps and programs in the region on Hilltown Families with a special directory: 2019 Summer Camps and Programs in Western MA. Find out more about this targeted marketing opportunity HERE.

Hilltown Families Preschool Directory: Are you looking for a preschool that fits your child’s personality and reflects your family’s values for next year? Check out our Preschool Directory, which features preschools and programs across Western MA., Find the perfect place for your young one! ♦ If you have a school or program you would like to add to our directory, contact us at info@hilltownfamilies.org for more information on how you can be added at any time.

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Awarded the “Essential Agent of Change Award” by the MDPH’s Massachusetts Essentials for Childhood, Hilltown Families is recognized as a leading family strengthening initiative in the region, promoting “positive parenting through the social norm of community social connectedness.” Serving Western Massachusetts since 2005, Hilltown Families continues to support the development and enhancement of our local economy and community. Local businesses, farms, individuals, schools, and non-profit organizations are invited to partner with Hilltown Families through advertising and sponsorship. With over 8,000 opt-in subscribers and over 2.5 million visits to our web site alone, Hilltown Families can deliver your message to thousands of families living throughout the four counties of Western MA! Find out about our affordable advertising options and how you can partner with Hilltown Families in your online marketing by contacting us at info@hilltownfamilies.org.

05 Feb 19
Modern Mommy Files

Having kids almost 8 years apart is like starting over;completely. There are so many new fun toys and baby items out there, but there are also the old classics we know and love. I thought it would be fun to share Evan’s favorites (or what I think are his favorites) from Months 5-8. Let’s start […]

01 Feb 19
United Outlet Auctions

Real cleaning tools in gorgeous colors and designs. Beautiful plumage to clean your roomage, gorgeous colors for real cleaning tools.

17 Jan 19
Dezign Ark (Beta)

[ad_1] Pierre Dorion and Janet Biggs at the MAC Montreal, Canada Musée d’art contemporain de Montréal (MAC) Event + Exhibition, Art, Culture, Photography The presentation at the Musée d’art contemporain de Montréal is Biggs’s first in Canada. Pierre Dorion and Janet Biggs will be on at the Musée from October 4, 2012 to January 6, […]

15 Jan 19
Hip2Save
Head on over to Amazon where you can snag this Battat Kids Mighty Tidy 4-Piece Sweeping Set for just $6.36 $7.60 shipped (regularly $16.25)! This cute sweeping set includes one broomstick and broom, dustpan, and hand broom. The hand broom snaps into the dustpan and the soft bristles are fully functional just like the real thing! Have you seen these Flush Force figure toys? (Thanks, Passionate Penny Pincher!)
11 Jan 19
Crazy Sydney Chick's Random Tantrums

It was a much-improved performance and righted some of the wrongs from Sunday’s shock 1-0 defeat to Jordan, but it must be viewed in context. Palestine tried hard but were clearly no match for the Socceroos and at no stage did they look like a serious threat. Australia’s midfielder Awer Mabil finds the back of […]