PEACH Presents: TEACHER’s Night Out

And you are invited!
Thursday, November 8th, 7-9pm (doors open at 6:45pm)
Arrowbrook Baptist Church, 1124 Upper Bellbrook Road, Xenia OH 45385
Food, Fellowship, Games, and Prizes!

What encourages homeschool moms and dads? Knowing that you are not alone!

Come to our November 8th meeting for an evening of ‘getting to know’ fellow homeschoolers, making connections with others who share the common ground of endeavoring to educate their children at home.

We will start the evening with some words from each of the PEACH officers about their role in PEACH leadership, and about 2 specific things that give them a boost during their homeschool days. Then we will play Minute-to-Win-It for the opportunity to win those items as prizes.

Afterwards, join us in the Fellowship Hall for cup of hot coffee, tea, and munch on some pastries while we play Getting to Know You, make new friends, and laugh!

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Article by Susan Raber

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