YILC to host winter event
The YMCA’s Intergenerational Learning Center will be hosting a pancake breakfast at the Vinegar Hill Café on Saturday December 13. From 9am-11am, the breakfast will include pancakes, bacon, coffee, milk, and juice. Santa will also be a special guest during the breakfast! Afterwards, come over to the child care center to shop for a gift for a family member in the Secret Santa Gift Shop, or make a holiday craft. Tickets for the breakfast are available at the front desk of the center. Adult tickets are $8 and children tickets are $6. A portion of ticket sales goes back to the child care center.
Jefferson School’s JABA seeks items on Christmas Wish List
The Mary Williams Community Center, located in the Jefferson School City Center is looking for donation items to cross off their Christmas wish list. Their small supplies and bingo prizes are slowly running out. For the general center, they are seeking Clorox Wipes, sugar free hot cocoa packets, all occasion greeting cards, large-print word search books, crafts kits (with enough for 25 crafts), and a microphone stand. For bingo prizes, they are looking for items such as dish soap, laundry detergent, chapstick, gloves, boxes of tissues, and small stuffed animals. The donation box is located right outside of their center door. They will be accepting items until December 18th. If you have any questions or concerns, please contact the center director Kelly Carpenter, at 434-987-8433 or at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Culinary Arts Advising and information sessions now scheduled for the upcoming spring semester
New students that are interested in starting the PVCC Culinary Arts degree program are required to attend at least one of the sessions listed below in order to enroll. Sessions cover descriptions of classes, tips for success in the program, needed supplies and materials, and instructions for meeting with a Culinary Arts faculty member to help in registering for classes. Those who attend sessions will also get a tour of PVCC at the Jefferson School’s teaching facilities and meet Associate Professor of Culinary Arts Professor Eric Breckoff. The remaining sessions are scheduled for Wednesday, December 10th (Room J112) and Saturday December 13th (Room J111). Both sessions are from 10am-Noon. If you are a current culinary program member, you must attend an advising session in order to receive spring permission numbers. All sessions are held at the PVCC Jefferson School City Center, 233 4th ST., NW. For more information, please call 434-961-5255.
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