If you are in grades 9-12 and you are interested in developing your leadership abilities and serve others, our youth ministry's local missions trip to Scotland, Ontario is for you. We will be helping to run a sports camp for Scotland's community. If you would like more information or an application please contact Hannah at firstname.lastname@example.org
Wanna have fun while you burn some calories? Zumba involves dance and aerobic elements and is an enjoyable way to stay fit. Just bring comfortable clothing, running shoes, and a fun attitude. Wear layers that you can take off if needed. Let's dance to great music and work out together! All levels are welcome.
TOPIC: Ear Infections Prevention and Treatment
Do you have a little one who gets ear infection after ear infection? Are you worried about them having numerous antibiotic treatments because of frequent ear problems?
This week we are happy to have Dr. Karen Hudes, Chiropractor and Rehabilitation Specialist, talk to us about the prevention and treatment of ear infections. Having been in practice for 17+ years, Dr. Hudes will help us understand why ear infections in children occur, how to best treat them, and how we can prevent them from happening too often. Don't miss this informative session... and bring your questions!
Registration for Camp on the Rock and Camp on the Block is finally here!! Join us on May 4th for a free BBQ as you register your children and youth for camp. Forms will be available, so please make sure to bring their health cards, immunization records, and deposits. We hope to see you there.
Discussion Topic: Let Them Eat Dirt...?!
"In the 150 years since we discovered that microbes cause infectious diseases, we’ve battled to keep them at bay. But a recent explosion of scientific knowledge has led to undeniable evidence that early exposure to these organisms is beneficial to our children’s well-being. It turns out that our current emphasis on hyper-cleanliness and poor diets are taking a toll on our children’s lifelong health."--B. Brett Finlay and Marie-Claire Arrieta, authors of "Let Them Eat Dirt".
Consider these: Are microbes always bad for us? Is there such a thing as an "over-sanitized" world? How do we make healthy feeding and lifestyle choices? Let's come together and share our views at Baby Café this week.
Discussion Topic: Cool, Calm and Connected
Come and discover how to respond to your little one in a more mindful way. Char Lekx, a local transformation coach for busy moms will be coming and sharing some practical ways you can create a cooler, calmer and more connected relationship with yourself and your kids.