April 26, 2017 `BIBLE THOUGHT FOR THE YEAR: “Trust in the Lord with all your heart, and do not lean on your own understanding.” Proverbs 3:5
26 – 8:45am Chapel, 12-2:30 Kdg Testing
27 – 6:30pm Auction Meeting
2 – 11:30-2:30pm Preschool Conferences
4 – National Day of Prayer
5 – Bagel Day, NOON DISMISSAL, 6:30pm Auction
SCHOOL NEWS OPEN HOUSE: We will be having an open house on Sunday, May 21st from 11:30am – 1pm after our Spring Musical! Please invite your friends and family to join us and meet our teachers and staff!
MEET AND GREET! Please let your friends, family, neighbors, and co-workers know about our school! Parents who are considering sending their children to our school next year are welcome to visit during the day to see what we are all about. We have set aside Friday mornings from 8:45-9:30 to showcase our school. Please make us aware of your intention to visit by calling the office beforehand and providing us with your name.
USED SHOES FUNDRAISER: We’ve surpassed our goal of 100 pairs of shoes and are currently at over 500 pairs! Keep up the great work!
HOT LUNCH ENDING: The last day for the hot lunch program will be Wednesday, May 24. From this day forward, students will need to bring a lunch and drink from home. Thank you!
CASH FOR PEACE PLUS: Beginning Monday, May 15, Peace Plus charges will need to be paid daily in cash. This makes the process of balancing year-end accounts much easier. If you have any questions, please contact the office.
A TWIST ON PAINTING: Would you like to unleash your inner artist?! On Friday, May 12 we will have our own version of Painting with a Twist. Artists will paint an ocean with palm trees scene. Cost is $35. All supplies are provided. Space is limited to 15. Stop in the office with your payment to reserve your spot! Registration for this event closes on Wednesday, May 10 to ensure time to purchase the right amount of supplies.
PTL NEWS AUCTION REGISTRATION: The cost to attend the Auction is $20 per person paid in advanced in the office or $25 at the door on May 5th at the LFA Hall. Fliers are available on the entry way Bulletin Board and office.
CHURCH NEWS US POSTAL FOOD DRIVE: It is fast approaching! Our Post Office Food Drive! Please set the date aside to donate as many hours as you can to help us. We shall begin around 9:30 a.m. on May 13th. Please bring any wagons, carts etc. to help move canned goods more easily. We shall provide pizza, pop, potato chips and dessert for your lunch. Remember, it is just this one day which we are showered with food to keep our ministry here at Peace going for a full year. It is a wonderful extension of God’s love by providing nourishment to the less fortunate. We pray you’ll be able to join us. The companionship is the bestest!
PANTHER PRESS A NOTE FROM THE OUTREACH TEAM: Dear Peace Family, We’ve worked hard reaching out to folks across Warren and the surrounding community asking for gently worn used and new shoes. As of today (4-21-17), we have collected 15 bags (25 pairs per bag) of our goal of 100 bags. You can help us without spending a cent! It’s quick and easy to help us hit our goal! It’s quick and easy to help us hit our goal. Your shoe donation is vital. Can we count on you? It’s a Win-Win … we earn funds from collecting shoes as we get paid on a per-pound basis, and the shoes get distributed to other developing nations for income/micro-enterprises and repurposing. It will also diminish what ends up in a landfill! This fundraiser will help our school tremendously toward the further education needs of our students. Please go through your closets and if you haven’t worn them in a year or two, donate them to us! Could you please let me know if we can count on you to collect 25 pairs of gently worn shoes, and recruit a friend to do the same in the next four weeks? Ask them to collect 25 pairs of gently worn used shoes, kids or adult size. Shoes can be dropped off at Peace (11701 E. 12 Mile, Warren, 12/Hoover) or call 586-751-8010 to arrange a pickup. There’s a Facebook post on our Peace Facebook page – Please share it to get the word out! On behalf of all of our team members: Thank you for making a difference. Sincerely, Lisa Kokko, Chairperson Amy Leinhase, Alicia Wagner, Cherie Curtis, Janet Allen