About HeatherLee

Heather is a Daughter of the King, wife to her hunny and mom to their 3 treasures. Homeschooling since 2000, Heather enjoys putting together her own unit studies, lapbooking as well as planning and organizing. Along with her husband, she serves as a leader in their local homeschool support group. Thankful for the grace of God and His strength each day, she relies on Him to help grow to be more like Christ.
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USED CURRICULUM SALE

Come one, come all to PEACH’s Annual Used Curriculum Sale!

Thursday, June 14, 7 p.m.

Bring small bills and change.  Hope to see YOU there!

For location, click here.

May 10 Meeting, 7 p.m.

Praise him, sun and moon; praise him, all you shining starsPsalm 148:3

We are so excited about this year’s lineup of of participants for our annual Showcase of Shining Stars!  We will have beautiful music to enjoy then will migrate to Fellowship Hall for a marvelous variety of displays ready to be shared with fellow students and the grown ups.

We are looking forward to seeing all who are participating in this year’s Showcase.  If you do not have a student with a performance or display, don’t stay home!  Come out and support all the efforts the kids have put into their selection and their willingness to share their talents and gifts with others. This is a great family outing for all to enjoy!

Meetings are free and open to the public. Click here for directions.  Doors open at 6:45 p.m.  The meeting will begin promptly at 7:00.

Note: Active members:

Voting will take place from 6:45 until 7:05. Please come and vote.

March 8 Meeting

At our March 8, 2012 meeting, Mr. George Dauler will portray Ulysses S. Grant as he reminisces about his years as President, General of the Armies, and his formative years spent growing up in Ohio. He will discuss General Grant’s achievements and the important influences on his life.

We encourage you and your children to research and learn about General Grant’s life and accomplishments before you attend the meeting, so you will be equipped to ask questions of Mr. Dauler.  Also, attendees are welcome to dress in clothing of the Civil War period. The meeting will begin at 7:00 p.m. Doors open at 6:45 for signing in and field trip sign ups.

This program is being sponsored in part by the Ohio Humanities Council, which is a state affiliate of the National Endowment for the Humanities.

 

Passport to the World

February 9, 2012, 7:00 p.m.  Arrowbrook Baptist Church (see sidebar for map)

Beat the February blahs with a little travel – without the hassle!
Come to this month’s PEACH meeting and take in the sights, sounds, and smells of over 10 different countries – presented by our PEACH families. School-aged children in attendance will receive a passport (supplies limited) and will be able to have their “passport” stamped as they visit the various tables.
All attendees may participate in a scavenger hunt among the exhibits.

January 2012 Meeting

Jennifer Beck

January 12, 2012, 7:00 p.m.

She will be encouraging us with “I Once Threw a Chair” and Other True Tales of Successful Homeschooling along with a short discussion on how to occupy preschoolers. Come out, fellowship and be encouraged. “I Once Threw A Chair” and Other True Tales of Successful Homeschooling: Remembering that day, many years ago, when Jennifer Beck found herself at the point of utter frustration, is just another opportunity for this homeschool mom to praise God. It is true; she really threw a chair. She knew it was a better option than throwing a child. But she’s happy to announce that she never threw another chair (and she never threw a child!) Come to this meeting and learn you are not alone with your feelings of frustration, lack of control and sometimes, the desire to quit. Hear stories of homeschool moms from all across the country and be reminded that God can pick you up from every stumble and make you an even stronger vessel for Him.

Jennifer Beck is one of the many who never considered homeschooling as on option. She was busily focusing on her rising career as a television news anchor when it was time for her children to enter school. Off they went to private education, and off she went to work. But without even realizing it, God decided to infiltrate homeschooling into Jennifer’s career life. After working with a college intern who had been homeschooled, she found herself repeatedly reporting on stories of homeschoolers winning national competitions, and then attending public events that were, interestingly, filled with homeschoolers. Considering it all a message from God, Jennifer said good bye to her rising stardom and potential fortune as a news anchor and said yes to something she did not know if she could successfully do: teach her children at home. It was one of the most important decisions she has ever made. In fall of 2011, Jennifer and her husband, Dan, began their 11th year homeschooling. They are strong advocates of home education from birth all the way to graduation, but are sensitive to the individual needs and direction that God gives to each family. Jennifer’s ultimate goal is to see young people grow to become valiant tools whose top desires are to further God’s kingdom.

The doors open at 6:45 p.m. Come join us at Arrowbrook Baptist Church in Xenia.

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Current Meeting Location: Arrowbrook Baptist Church, Xenia

Meetings are held the second Thursday of every month at 7:00.

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