April's Community Service Project is one that you and your children can participate in together, either at home or with another family. The goal of this service activity is very similar to Operation Christmas Child, only on a smaller scale.
When? Monday, December 3, 2012 at 1:00pm - ??
Where? Meet at Fellowship of Huntsville Church at 12:30pm to assemble gift bags and listen to Christmas music. Once the bags are assembled, we will take them to Montgomery Meadows and deliver them
Please join us on October 15, 2012 at 1:00 pm (after co-op classes at Fellowship of Huntsville Church) as we honor our Police Officers, Firefighters and Emergency Workers.
Bring 1-2 dozen cookies, brownies or another favorite baked good. We will
Monday was our first Community Service Project of the year. Those who attended brought their own white, cotton pillowcase to dye, along with $3.00/person to reimburse for supplies, and Denise Winston, our Community Service Coordinator, provided
Our first Community Service Project of the year will be a Tye Dye Party! For those involved in our academic co-op classes, this is a day of morning classes only. Bring a packed lunch to eat after co-op and join us on the playground for lunch an
The WCHC is offering a time each month where families with children of all ages can come together to serve others and the community.
Community service events will be held at FOHC (with the exception of those noted) from 1:00-3:00 on the following
Dear WCHC Members,
The Community Service class has already been busy this semester serving others within our community with a variety of projects. Our last project was to make hygiene bags for the homeless in Houston. Some students were able to
The Community Service class for next week will be making hygiene kits for the Bridge Ministry. The Bridge Ministry serves the homeless in downtown Houston once a month. They deliver food, blankets and clothing and share the Gospel on each visit. This
Classes begin on January 10th, which is right around the corner. Soon we will send class lists to teachers and update the website with volunteer placements for parents, class room numbers for afternoon classes, as well as any other information you m
On the final class day for the Fall 2012 Semester, the Community Service Class made "Soup in a Jar." They prepared 16 jars of soup mix, wrapped them, and made a card for each recipient. The card read, "WCHC students think you are souper!"
Just noticed that I never updated on how the bake sale went. We raised over $38 to use for shipping costs for the OCC boxes. Thank you to everyone that brought baked goods and everyone that purchased baked goods!!
The leftover baked goods were t
The WCHC's Fall Semester is quickly wrapping up, which means it is time to plan our annual Co-op Christmas Party!
This year the Co-op will extend beyond just cookies and cocoa with a community outreach & "after-party" for double the festivities.
Photo by: Emelie Sanders
Parents of Community Service students! Don't forget to bring at least 1 dozen baked goods to sell during tomorrow's co-op! These will sell to any of our co-op members who want to buy, the Mother's Day Out crew, and to
Photo by: Denise Winston
On November 1, the Community Service class packed and prayed over 16 boxes for the Operation Christmas Child project! Special thanks to Beth Primm and Denise Winston for organizing this project!
On Tuesday, November 1, 2011, the Community Service class will be collecting and preparing shoeboxes for Operation Christmas Child. They will write letters to the children and pray over all of the boxes that are collected. Everyone is welcome to part