September PEACH Meeting featuring Melanie Hexter

We have invited Melanie Hexter to give an encouraging and informational workshop that will appeal to new and veteran homeschoolers at our September 13th PEACH Meeting.

Melanie Hexter is a homeschooling mother of six, a regular columnist for Home School Enrichment magazine, as well as writing the Winning with Literature unit studies.

She and her husband will give a ‘tag team’ seminar on “Begin with the End in Mind: Homeschooling with Purpose”. In this workshop, Melanie will explain how they use their purpose to make intentional choices for their family and their homeschool.

Fathers are especially encouraged to attend.

Check Melanie out at

Event Details
What: PEACH Meeting featuring Melanie Hexter and family
Who: PEACH – Parents Educating at Christian Homes, Inc.
When: Thu Sep 13, 2012, 6:45-9 pm EDT
Where: Arrowbrook Baptist Church
1124 Upper Bellbrook Road Xenia, OH 45385

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Married for 25 years with four children, homeschooling since 1994.
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