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Join Parent University: Maine Boys to Men-Helping Boys Reach their Potential May 2nd

posted Apr 27, 2017, 12:40 PM by Tammy Tarling


Maine Boys to Men

A Community Workshop -

Helping Boys Reach their Potential

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Tuesday, May 2, 2017

Greely Middle School Cafeteria

6:30 p.m. - 8:30 p.m.

---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------This open and engaging community discussion will encourage parents to take a closer look at the challenges boys face on their journey to becoming emotionally healthy, respectful, non-violent men.


  • How do social and cultural pressures affect the development of boys?

  • What resources are available for parents to better support their sons?

  • We all need to be part of the solution. How can you get involved?

  • Learn about resources and programs available in our community.


About the Facilitators: Chris Kelleher & Heidi Randall


Chris Kelleher works with Maine Boys to Men as a facilitator for Middle School and High School Programs and is also involved with Community Workshops and Volunteer Trainings. Heidi Randall is the lead High School Facilitator and Youth Engagement Coordinator. She organizes the High School programming and RSVP Youth Action Groups. She also leads Community Workshops and Volunteer Trainings.


Since 1998, Maine Boys to Men has served entire communities by helping boys reach their potential to become emotionally healthy, respectful, non-violent men. They confront narrow gender assumptions that severely limit men and women. Maine Boys to Men empower boys and men to stand up as allies with girls and women in support of gender justice and to end gender based violence.


REGISTER FOR THIS FREE EVENT

Please help us plan for the event by filling out the pre-event form at www.greelypto.org under the Parent University tab.

QUESTIONS? Email us at greelypto51@gmail.com.

2017 YES! Summer Basketball League

posted Apr 27, 2017, 6:16 AM by Tammy Tarling

Welcome to the 2017 YES! Summer Basketball League
 

                                 

  2017

YES! Summer Basketball League 
 
               Welcome to the YES! Summer Basketball League!
 
The YES! Summer Basketball League is now currently accepting registration for boys and girls in grades 2-9. Our league focus is on making sure our summer league games are competitive and fun. We place strong emphasis on equal playing time and development of our players.  
  
Program Highlights include:
 Weekly YES! TV Game of The Week": 
*Weekly televised "YES! TV Game of The Week" on Time Warner Cable channel 5.     

YES! Summer Basketball League All-Star Game and skills competition: 
*Selection of the summer league most outstanding players.
*Skills and drills player's competition.   
  
 Weekly Skills session for each team: Each YES! Summer *Basketball team will attend 1 week night team skills practice, which will be run by The Basketball Academy skills development staff. Our focus will be on ball handling, footwork, and shooting mechanics.
 
 Weekly team practice: The weekly team practice will be run by your YES! Summer League coach, with the focus on fundamentals, good sportsmanship, and individual responsibility.  

Skills Assessment : Saturday, June 3,  2017
League start date:  Saturday, June 17, 2017

Cost:
 $155-325 (Sliding scale: Please pay what you can afford to pay within this range)

Sign up now:
Click here to sign up and register for the YES! Summer Basketball Leaguehttps://go.teamsnap.com/divisions/5981/registration/31337/register/new

Please pass along this email to a friend!

Thank you for participating in the YES! Summer Basketball League and for your continued support!
 



For more information:

YES! Program
Follow us, Friend us, and Like us on Facebook & Twitter
Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/yestoyouthsummer
Twitter: https://twitter.com/YesBasketballME
Website: www.yestoyouth.org
Email: yes@maine.rr.com  or  lemu1407@aol.com  
Phone: 207-772-6644
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Food Drive Saturday

posted Apr 27, 2017, 6:15 AM by Tammy Tarling


Fun Day T-Shirt Design Contest

posted Apr 27, 2017, 6:05 AM by Tammy Tarling


Sounds of Silence: An American Sign Language Class

posted Apr 27, 2017, 5:58 AM by Tammy Tarling


Greely Baseball April Vacation Camp

posted Apr 10, 2017, 12:59 PM by Tammy Tarling

Greely Baseball April Vacation Baseball Camp

Grades K-8th (Groups will be split up by grade)
Coach: Derek Soule, GHS Varsity Baseball Coach, Staff & Members of the Varsity Team

The Camp will focus on:

• Hitting fundamentals/ Proper Throwing Techniques

• Fielding Skills & Daily Games!

The camp will be coached by current varsity Coach Derek Soule and the high school coaching staff.   Players will be grouped by age/grade and rotate between a series of hitting, throwing, fielding and running stations with DAILY GAMES! 

MondayFriday, April 17-21
Greely Middle School Baseball Field/GHS Gym  9am–12 noon
Fee: $95 res/ $105 non-resident  


You can register online or directly at Cumberland Recreation

Cumberland Soccer Club registration is open!

posted Apr 3, 2017, 11:04 AM by Tammy Tarling

FALL 2017 CUMBERLAND SOCCER CLUB REGISTRATION IS OPEN!

CSC offers a travel soccer program for students in grades 3 through 7 (incoming grades 3-7 in Fall 2017).  To register online, click on the link below.  For those who would like to register in person, CSC will hold a registration evening on Tuesday, April 11 in the GMS Lobby from 6:00-8:00.

Questions?  Visit the CSC website:  www.cumberlandsoccerclub.com or contact Patty Normandeau at pattynormandeau@gmail.com


Casco Bay CAN Prescription Drug Safety Presentations April 2017

posted Mar 31, 2017, 5:20 AM by Tammy Tarling


Community Adult Spelling Bee- Sign Up Today!

posted Mar 30, 2017, 7:18 AM by Tammy Tarling

Foundation 51 3rd Annual Community Adult Spelling Bee 

Thursday, April 6th - 7pm - Toddy Brook

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The evening promises to be full of excitement and surprises, as teams comprised of 2, 3, or 4 adults battle it out to take home the coveted “Ranger Bee” trophy.

While the Bee is a competition with a winner crowned at the end, the main purpose of the event is an evening of community fun in celebration of education. We encourage teams to come in costumes and ready to enjoy the night. There will be opportunities to “buy back” in after a missed word, trivia, raffles, light snacks, and a cash bar. 

**ALL MSAD 51 TEACHERS are welcome to join us for the Bee- complimentary, please register online!  Community members, parents, and friends there's still plenty of time to form a team - r
egister at www.foundation51.org


SwimBikeRun

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