Community Bulletin Board

Appleton Christian School is enrolling for Pre-K 3 and 4

  • Fox Cities
  • 614 E. Kimberly Avenue
    Kimberly WI 54136

Hours for Pre-K: 8am - 11:30am, with After Care available. Pre-K 3 is held on T-Th; Pre-K 4 is held on M-W-F. We also offer full and half-day Kindergarten and 1st-8th grade classes.

http://www.appletonchristianschool.org/

More information: 920-687-2700, bparrish@appletonchristianschool.org

Assistant Director opening

  • Good Shepherd Preschool
  • 2736 Glendale Ave
    Green Bay WI 54313

Good Shepherd Preschool is looking for an Assistant Director to serve 20 hours per week. Responsibilities include: filing student records, answering and returning phone calls in a timely manner, preparing for preschool registration, handling mail, giving tours to interested families, purchasing materials, and assisting the director and teachers. Applicant must have a strong understanding of brain-based early childhood practices, organizational skills, people skills, knowledge of state preschool regulations and a team attitude.

More information: Please send resume to: Good Sherherd Preschool, Attn: Jenny Trudell, at the school address above.

Bay Area Hope Builders Community Outreach

  • varied
  • N6156 Seminary Road
    De Pere WI 54115

Hope Builders is a non-profit charity that seeks out the needs of local single mothers, widows and the elderly. Our vision is to pull the community together to meet those needs. We have immediate and ongoing needs for volunteers, material and cash donations.

More information: Contact Justin at 920-869-8453; jstile@new.rr.com

Become a Citizen Advocate and Help Make a Difference

  • ASPIRO
  • 1673 Dousman Street
    Green Bay WI 54303

Become a Citizen Advocate and help make a difference in someone’s life! ASPIRO's Citizen Advocacy Program fosters mentoring relationships between people with disabilities and members of the community. Advocates act as friends, mentors and spokespersons to people who may be isolated due to their disability. Matches are made based on shared interests and compatibility. Become and mentor but more importantly a friend, and help change someone’s life today!

http://www.aspiroinc.org

More information: 920-593-4359, mcornelius@aspiroinc.org

Calling Minutes for Troops

Marines of the Fox and Golf Company rely on calling minutes to connect with their families back home. Sat phones are one of the many contributing factors of acheiving high morale and troop welfare among the marines and sailors. In order to recharge the phones with much needed additional minutes help is needed. The Wisconsin American Legion needs to raise $50,000 to provide deployed Wisconsin Reserve and Guard units with phones and sufficient calling minutes to allow all of their members to call home to Wisconsin.

http://www.wilegion.org/howcanyouhelp

More information: Send checks payable to: The Wisconsin American Legion Troop and Family Support Fund, P.O. Box 1000, Portage, WI 53901. Donations are also accepted by credit card on their website. Donations are tax-deductible and 100% of all funds received directly benefit the troops and their families.

Celebrate Recovery

  • Christ the Rock Community Church
  • Hwys 10 & 114
    Menasha WI

This weekly growth opportunity and support group is for anyone wanting freedom from the bondage of addictions and dependent behaviors (especially alcohol, drug, pornography and food), and for their co-dependent family and friends. Opening worship is followed by teaching and gender & problem-specific small groups. Meets every Friday night from 7-9pm, and is free.

http://www.christtherock.org

More information: call 920-730-8383

Celebrate Recovery

  • Victory Tabernacle Church of God
  • 2088 Allouez Ave.
    Green Bay WI 54311

Tuesdays at 7pm. Celebrate Recovery is a biblical and balanced program that helps us overcome our hurts, hang-ups, and habits. It is based on the actual words of Jesus rather than psychological theory. It was designed as a program to help those struggling with hurts, habits and hang-ups by showing them the loving power of Jesus Christ through a recovery process. Eighty-five percent of the people who go through the program stay with the church and nearly half serve as church volunteers. Celebrate Recovery is now in over 19,000 churches worldwide!

More information: tamihayes@hotmail.com Phone: 920-883-9685

Christian Cooperative Preschool Registration

  • First English Lutheran Church
  • 326 E North St
    Appleton WI 54911

Preschool registration for the 2010-2011 school year is open NOW for 3-5 yr olds. Parent involvement with each class reinforces the nurturing and love of the Christianity concept underlying the entire preschool program.

http://www.felc.com/CCPS

More information: call the school at 920-733-3760

DivorceCare and DC4K

  • New Hope Church
  • 1950 Dickinson Rd
    DePere WI 54115

This support group meets every Wednesday at 6:30pm starting September 23rd, with each session self-contained so participants are welcome to begin any week in the series.

http://www.newhopedepere.com

More information: email patti@newhopedepere.com

Fathers' Night Out

  • Neenah Public Library, Room 201
  • 240 E Wisconsin Ave
    Neenah WI 54956

Share with other dads who are working to improve custody and placement issues for their children. Held the 2nd Tuesday every month from 6-8pm, with a different guest speaker each month.

http://www.wisconsinfathers.org

More information: call 1-800-ALL-DADS

Help People Keep Their Pets

  • FoxValley Humane Association and Sheboygan County Humane Society
  • N115 Two Mile Rd
    Appleton WI

Help families keep their pets in these tough economic times by donating dog or cat food, cat litter or other supplies. The Sheboygan location is 3107 N 20th St, and their website is www.mySCHS.com.

http://www.foxvalleypets.org

Ignite Youth Center

  • Life Bridge Christian Church
  • 2496 Glendale Avenue
    Howard WI

Ignite is dedicated to reaching a new generation with the grace and hope of Jesus Christ through providing a place for youth culture and faith to interact. Ignite holds monthly concerts featuring local music acts. In addition, Ignite has youth group for grades 7-12 every Wednesday, with Jr. High meeting at 6pm and Sr. High at 7.

More information: endure412@gmail.com 920.366.0681 (cell) 920.494.4042 (office) look up IgniteYC on Facebook or go to Myspace.com/ignitecenter.

Men Journeying Through Grief

  • Affinity Visiting Nurses Office
  • 816 W Winneconne Ave
    Neenah WI

All men who have ever experienced the death of a loved one are invited to join others in this ongoing opportunity to receive support for their grief. Meetings are on the first Wednesday of every other month, beginning March 3rd, from 6 to 8pm. Future meetings will be May 5, July 7, September 1 and November 3. Meetings are free but pre-registration is appreciated for meal planning purposes.

More information: call Deb Kosmer at 866-236-8500

Mothers Of Preschoolers Meeting

  • Faith Baptist Church
  • 350 N Stephenson Ave
    Peshtigo WI 54157

Moms, if you have preschool-aged kids and want to connect with others in a fun and supportive environment, come to MOPS! Meetings are every other Tuesday from September 15th to May 4th, 8:45 to 11am, and include excellent free childcare while you get refreshed and refueled. Visit the website for more info.

http://www.fbc-mops.com

New Thrift Store open - Local Missions Opportunity

  • St Nazianz Christian Center
  • County Rd A
    St Nazianz WI

St Nazianz Christian Center's Thrift store is now open from 9am to 4pm 6 days a week! All proceeds support the renovation of the camp. Missions opportunities are available for churches and youth groups to help repair, renovate and maintain the buildings and grounds. Primitive camping is available now for Christian groups and families. Donations of clothing, furniture and appliances are also needed for the Thrift Store, and financial or vehicle donations to fund the other projects like the 48-room dormitory upgrade. And don't forget the 18-hole mini golf course is open every Saturday!

http://www.stnazcc.org

More information: call Jim at 920-773-3050 or email stnazcctr@tds.net

Ruby's Pantry

  • Jubilee Ministries
  • E9121 Hwy 96
    Readfield WI

A monthly non-profit, faith based food distribution throughout WI, MN, and NE. It’s not your ordinary “pantry”. We receive bulk foods from distributors and for a $15 donation from Participants, they leave with at least $100+ of groceries. Ruby’s Pantry food distribution for families in need is the 1st Saturday of every month at Jubilee Ministries on Hwy 96 in Readfield. Doors open at 8am and the food is distributed starting at 9am and going to approx 10:30am.

http://www.rubyspantry.org

More information: 715-754-5709

The Able Church

  • Living Hope Church Activity Center
  • 1840 W. Mason
    Green Bay WI

The Able Church is a church centered within the disabled community that meets every Friday night.

More information: 920-639-5366; allardjenny@yahoo.com

thinkmarriage.org Online Marriage Preparation Workshop

Don't let the details of planning your wedding overshadow the FAR more important work of preparing for marriage! Take a 'Prepare Assessment' which identifies a couple's strengths in 10 different areas. A trained facilitator will provide feedback and help you discuss and understand the results, teaching proven relationship skills including how to communicate effectively. More classes are added regularly!

http://www.thinkmarriage.org

More information: Designed for engaged or seriously dating couples. Cost is $99 per couple. To register, go to the website and click on 'Classes', and the drop-down type 'Online'.

Volunteer Guardian Program

  • Greater Brown County

Brown County Human Services Department is in urgent need of Volunteer Guardians for individuals who have been found to be mentally incompetent by a physician and the court and who have no other adult relative who can perform this role. A volunteer guardian is matched One-On-One with an elderly, cognitively challenged or mentally ill ward. Volunteers must be mature adults able to make an ongoing commitment to an individual in need. A monthly stipend and mileage reimbursement are available. Flexible hours; knowledge of medical issues, disabilities, and advocacy are helpful but not required. Orientation and training provided. Contact Glen Tilot

More information: (920) 448-6023, tilot_gg@co.brown.wi.us

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