The students go to classes at Bethlehem Academy (BA) and also receive a tour of the Faribault Woolen Mill, go tubing at Buck Hill, visit the Mall of America and do some other site seeing. As part of the program they also get to visit other cities in the U.S. before and after their time at BA.
New this year there will be FREE eye screening for children aged six months to six years. Please bring any old eyeglasses and hearing aids to the event. They are recycled and used to help those who can't afford them.
This next week is National Catholic Schools Week, and I'll be at Faribault Bethlehem Academy to see how they are observing the annual event. The theme this year is: "Catholic Schools - Learn, Serve, Lead Succeed."
The theme for this year's event is Opening Doors and Windows. Tickets are $60 per person, $600 for a Corporate Table with seating for ten. Meal choices include Prime Rib or Pasta Dinner and they would appreciate RSVP by January 31st.
I was good at math when it came to adding, subtracting, multiplication and division. When you got into things like algebra or trigonometry and not to mention calculus, I was lost. Gordy Kosfeld has admitted that too.
Wurzer was with us last June when a Convening session was held at Medford HIgh School for people in the area. Next Thursday, January 25, Cathy will be at Trinity Lutheran Church in Owatonna for a reConvening session.