Date:  October 16, 2018
Where:  Note the various locations on the flyer below

Flu shot flyer

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Date:  September 15, 2018
Where:  CCA Middle School/Springmier Community Library

Inviting all kids, grades kindergarten through fifth, to join us at the Springmier Community Library for our first Lego Mindstorm program. From 10:00am to 11:00am, kids can build, create, and explore using legos provided by the library. There will be a light snack provided to participants.

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DREAM*DANCE*DARBY'S*DEBUT 

Calling all dancers with differences. 

Join the fun at Debut Dance Studio with out fabulous FREE dance program specifically designed for children with special needs! 

Check out the national website at: 
www.darbysdancers.com 
or visit Debut Dance's website at: 
www.debutdancestudio.com 

We are also looking for Middle School and High School students to volunteer as Dance Buddies for our dancers!! 

Direct all questions and inquries to Miss Emily at emily@debutdancestudio.com 

(Darby's Dancers is a 501(c)(3) organization that believes all children have the right to participate in the performing arts regardless of any limitations they might have.)

Darbys Dancers Debut Dance Flyer

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Date Due:  November 30, 2018

Students grades 1-8 are encouraged to submit one page of writing for the 2019 One Book Two Book Children's Literature Festival. 
This can be any type of writing: Story, essay, poem, song lyric, graphic novel page, etc.
The student work will be judged by a team from ACT in Iowa City. Recognized students will be honored at a one book two book, February 22-24, 2019.

More Information at: www.onebooktwobook.org
Presented by the Iowa City UNESCO City of Literature
OneBookTwoBook Submissions Poster

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Date:  September 25, 2018
Time:  6:30PM - 7:15PM

Speaker Al Kerns information

Date:  October 20, 2018
Time:  9:00 AM - 12:00 Noon
Where:  Oxford Fire Station, 205 N Augusta Ave, Oxford, IA

$25 adults age 16 and older
$15 ages 8-15 years old
Lunch available afterwards

Self Defense flyer

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Date: October 13, 2018
Time:  9:00 AM - 12:00 Noon

It is time to prepare for the annual distribution of outerwear and warm clothing for the people of Johnson County.    This annual event is sponsored by the Consultation of Religious Communities with the support of KCRG “Coats for Kids” and many faith communities in Iowa City, Coralville, and North Liberty.

The Consultation of Religious Communities is an interfaith council composed of more than thirty religious communities and related agencies of Johnson County.  We sponsor events and service activities with and for the community, and work to foster appreciation and understanding on matters of religious and cultural diversity.  
This is a free distribution of warm clothing from pre-school (including infants) through high school ages, along with coats, hats, gloves, scarves, boots and other winter clothing for all ages.
Volunteers are welcome to help with preparations on Thursday and Friday, and with the clothing distribution on Saturday.

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Locations Flyer

Date:  September 28, 2018
Where: The National Advanced Driving Simulator at the University of Iowa

This project is being conducted at The National Advanced Driving Simulator on the Oakdale Campus at the University of Iowa, in collaboration with the Department of Psychological and Brain Sciences. We are interested in whether specialized training programs can help teens become safer drivers. To be eligible for the study, your child must have a valid learner’s permit and be planning to obtain in the next few months either 1) a minor school license at the age of 15.0 or older, or 2) an intermediate driver’s license before the age of 17. 

The study will consist of three visits to the National Advanced Driving Simulator at the University Research Park. The first visit will take between 1 and 4 hours and will take place within 2 weeks of licensure. The second visit will occur about 6 weeks after your first and will take between 1 and 2 hours. The third visit will occur about 4 months after your second visit and will take between 1 and 2 hours. The entire study period will be approximately 5.5 months. 

During the three study visits, your child will drive the NADS-2 simulator while wearing a light-weight head-mounted eye tracker. The NADS-2 contains a full size vehicle cab with actual vehicle controls. The driving environment is projected on screens in front of and behind the vehicle. Some participants will be randomly assigned to complete a training program on a computer during the first visit. During the second visit, participants will complete online questionnaires about their personalities. During the six-week period between visits, your child will be asked to track the number of miles he or she drives each week.
Contact email: nads-teendriving@uiowa.edu

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Date: September 12, 2018
RSVP Date: September 11, 2018
Where: Mary Welsh Elementary School, Williamsburg, IA

Iowa County Women Land and Legacy is hosting a speaker from ISU, Ruth MacDonald, to talk to families about food labeling such as organic/non-organic, gmo/non-gmo, free range and other choices consumers have to make when purchasing food for their families’.

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The Clear Creek Amana Community Food Pantry is operated by the Grace United Methodist Church and is located in the building between the middle school and the high school. It has been there for more than seven years and was visited 577 last year. They have given out 15,652 pound of food.  If you are in need of assistance, volunteers are available Mondays 4-6 p.m., Wednesdays 2-4 p.m. and Thursdays 8:30-11:30 a.m.

The Clear Creek Amana Food Pantry is always in need of canned tuna and chicken, peanut butter, canned fruit, macaroni and cheese and toiletries. There is a box in each of the school offices for you to drop off donations.

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The mission of the Clear Creek Amana Community School District is to prepare students to be productive, responsible,
community members by providing an environment that inspires quality life-long learning.