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February 14, 2013

WC preschool registration

WASHINGTON — Washington Catholic Preschool will hold open registration for fall preschool on Feb. 27 and 28 from 5:30 p.m. to 7 p.m.

The Little Learners program is for children who will turn 3 by Aug. 1. Class times available are from 12:30 p.m. to 3:30 p.m. Tuesday and Thursday, the cost is $60 a month.

The kindergarten readiness program is for children who will turn 4 by Aug. 1. The available class times are from 12:30 p.m. to 3:30 p.m. with a cost of $75 a month.

Contact WC Preschool at 254-6739 with any questions or concerns. Plan on signing up on Feb. 27 for 4-5 year old classes or Feb. 28 for 3-4 year old classes.

There is a $15 registration fee that holds your childÕs spot for the fall.

DCCF youth grants available

The Daviess County Community Foundation Youth Council is pleased to announce their grant cycle starting Feb. 8. These grants are intended to provide funds for innovative, new and on-going projects of nonprofit organizations who serve the youth of Daviess County.

Application deadline is March 4.

The grant application process has changed this year. Applications must be completed and submitted online through our new grant management system at www.daviesscommunityfoundation.org.  Please contact Melinda Waldroup, program director of the Community Foundation Alliance, at (877) 429-1191 or Deborah at the Daviess County Community Foundation office at 254-9354 with questions.

WHS cheerleaders host night out

The Washington High School Cheerleaders will host a GirlsÕ Night Out for girls in kindergarten through 6th grade on Saturday, Feb. 23 from 6 p.m. to 8 p.m. at the Griffith Elementary gym.

Come hang out with the cheerleaders on a Saturday  evening.

Activities will include: dancing, cheering, painting nails, pictures, games, and pizza!

You may return the form and $20 registration fee in an envelope to the Activities Office at the high school or mail to the address below.

Make checks payable to “WHS Cheer Boosters.”

Please direct any questions to Kelly Smith 444-9199, 2001 Douglas Drive, Washington, IN  47501

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