WHAT IS NEW FOR MEDICARE IN 2020?
The Council on Aging of Buncombe County will present a class on Medicare updates for 2020. You’ll learn about changes for next year and have an opportunity to ask questions.
When: Thursday, October 17 at 7:00 – 8:30 PM
Where: St. John’s Episcopal Church, 290 Old Haw Creek
Who Should Attend: People on Medicare, caregivers and those who help Medicare beneficiaries file their claims.
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To reserve your place, register online at www.coabc.org or call the Council on Aging at (828) 277-8288.
HCCA Community Meeting
Visit our calendar page for all the information on this meeting.
Our business sponsors Rachel and Lindsay at Wellspring are offering yoga classes throughout the week. Check them out!
Thank you to all our community members who worked provided their vision for our shared future through our community survey or community vision meeting. Based on your feedback, the board developed a revised Plan on a Page document that will be submitted to the City of Asheville. Additionally, we developed a list of strategic priorities to help guide our work over the next three years. Please feel free to share your feedback with us at firstname.lastname@example.org. Thank you!
Evergreen Summer Adventures, a summer day camp open to the public, has spots open for rising 4th-9th graders. Limited spaces are still available for grades K-3 as well. Each week, kids choose a morning enrichment class, get time on the climbing wall and ropes course, and go on a waterfall hike! Questions? Contact email@example.com.
Looking for some extra help this summer? Evergreen is now enrolling students in Orton-Gillingham Summer Tutoring with flexible scheduling. Contact Carrie Pusey, Director of EverLearning, at 828-298-2173 x1301to sign up.
It’s hard to believe that another school year is wrapping up at Haw Creek Elementary School! It’s been a great year for learning and growing.
Our Destination Imagination team won the regional contest again this year and earned a place at the global competition that took place in Kansas City, MO. Destination Imagination is a year long activity that stresses teamwork, creativity and problem solving. It’s a great experience and the team members really enjoyed meeting other teams from all over the world.
Another highlight was our PTA Penny Drive, a fund raiser that encourages everyone to raid their piggy banks. This year we were able to raise enough money to get a new climbing wall for our gymnasium.
We are looking forward to a great summer of playing in the neighborhood and going to the pool. Hope all our neighbors enjoy the warmer weather too!