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New Mexican (Newspaper) - October 2, 2005, Santa Fe, New Mexico E6 THE NEW MEXICAN Sunday October 2 2005 COMMUNITY NEWS Cathedral school to hold bazaar St Francis Cathedral School will hold its annual bazaar from 9 to 4 today at the school 275 E Alameda St Entry is free and the public is invited to enjoy live entertainment carnival games a live auction and a raffle plus breakfast burritos and a barbecue dinner The grand prize for the raffle is To purchase a raffle ticket call 9820331 Series for parents with kids Rubin Educational Resources is sponsoring a free series of parenteduca tion forums Light refresh ments will be offered but space is limited Call Carol at 9898910 to register and for locations The forums include Developing an Effective Part nership with Your Childs School Oct 18 Fostering a Positive Family Adjustment to Your Childs Special Needs at School Nov 15 and Help ing Children with Learning Differences Reach Their Full Potential Dec 13 Rubin Education Resources is a Santa Febased educa tionalconsulting Finn RERs office is at 2205 Miguel Chavez Road Suite B Visit the Web site at Program benefits organ fund First Presbyterian Church is sponsoring a con cert at 3 Oct 9 at Rosario Chapel The program of litur gical favorites will benefit the churchs new Fisk A freewill offering will be taken Mystic to discuss transformation Michelle Rios Rice Hen nelly a visionary and mystic will discuss Seven Keys to Spiritual Transformation at 7 Friday at Santa Fe Soul 2905 Rodeo Park Drive East near Sawmill and Rodeo roads A native of Santa Fe Hen nelly will be joined by her husband R Kevin Hcnnelly to discuss the key elements of a spiritual life they say can lead to both personal and global transformation They also will discuss A Time of Fire A Way of Fire a book the couple wrote con cerning the prophecies and revelations of the Virgin Mary about the present times and how to respond to them The talk is sponsored by The COM Foundation The cost is For more informsi tion call 4743689 Make an impact with safety skills IMPACT Personal Safety a nonprofit organization dedi cated to ending the cycle of violence is offering courses on a wide range of personal safety skills including aware ness and avoidance skills verbal strategies and physical skills Physical skills are prac ticed full force against fully padded instructors trained in recreating common assault situations The courses being offered include 4Threehour PREPARE Workshop 69 Oct 12 Cost S45 with valid stu dent Open to women and men ages 13 and older 4Twentyhour Marissas Memorial Teen Girl Basics Course This course will be held over six consecutive Sundays from 1 to 430 Oct and Nov 6 and 13 A sliding scale rang ing from to S225 is used to determine for fees for this course Financial aid is also available The class is open to women B to 18 yeans old All courses will be held at the Pink Church 1516 Pacheco St Preregistration is required For financialaid information and to register for courses call 9928833 Art exhibit and Jane Goodall visit A series of paintings of cap tive chimpanzees by Valerie Romano is now on exhibit at The Randall Davey Audubon Center at the end of Upper Canyon Road The exhibit Beyond Bars A Portrait of runs through Oct 30 Romanos exhibit is being held in conjunction with Jane Goodnlis visit to Santa Fe Goodall a worldrenowned chimpanzee expert and author will discuss Reasons for Hope at 730 Oct 19 at the Lcnsic Performing Aits Center 211W San Francisco St Tickets are A special package includes a pre show reception with Goodall preferred seating and a signed copy of Goodalls book Rea sons for Hope The New Mexican Invest in creative teaching The term creative profession rankles me somewhat as if only artists can be creative in their daily work The truth is that all pro fessions offer the opportunity for creative expression No matter our chosen field cre ativity is essential if we want to stay fresh in our jobs develop as professionals and make an impact in our community There is one group of professionals that is bursting at the seams with creative ideas that if carried out can influence a genera tion of children for the good That group is our teachers Teaching can be an extraor dinarily creative profession The trouble is sometimes it takes extra materials and supplies to carry off creative projects in the classroom and our school district cannot always afford the expense Many of our teachers care so much about their students that they pay for these materials and sup plies out of their own pockets This isnt right especially since our communityhas a way to support these educational projects For 17 years Partners in Education has given small grants to teachers to allow them to create engaging educational projects that support the curriculum Last year Partners gave to 211 teacherinitiated proj ects districtwide Grants are given to every public school and cover every subject Youd be amazed at the fun creative ways teachers find to teach the fundamental basics of reading writing and arithmetic To place and pay for a classified ad in THE SANTA FE NewMexicanClassifieds com phone 505 9863000 It Online TERI THOMSON RANDALL Partners in Education The following are just a few Teacher Melissa Leffel at De Vargas Middle School formed a Live Authors club With the Teacher Grant from Partners in Education the club edited and published a quarterly De Vargas Gazette filled with writings and drawings of De Vargas students and read voraciously by the student body Regan Archuleta at Cesar Chavez Elementary School taught her firstgraders about the Chinese New Year incorporating lessons on the culture and people of China and using that information for writing lessons Her students learned how to do calligraphy and made a dragon as well as costumes for a dance they per formed They also created books that were read during readinggroup time Last spring every student at Mar tinez Elementary School participated in a schoolwide mathlearning project that culminated in a Math Exploratory Fair created by Principal Andrea Tasan With materials and equipment purchased with a grant every class learned five math skills based on the National Mathematics Standards and taught these skills during the fabto their fellow students parents and the school community By sponsoring a teacher grant you can have a tangible direct impact on a class room You can even specify which subject you would like to support Youll know the exact classroom and project in which your money is invested Youll also receive a for mal report from the teacher at the end of the year Many of us are deeply concerned about our fellow citizens who have been affected by Hurricane Katrina As we extend aid during this national tragedy dont forget that the education of our children remains an ongoing responsibility for our nity If you would like to sponsor part or all of a Teacher Grant call Partners in Educa tion at 4740240 Santa Fe Partners in Educations mission is to improve the quality of publicschool education by providing teachers and their students with equipment and services they need Available materials Appliances Electric unit Call Melanie 9822120 Freezer needs work Call Shelly 4746083 1950s kitchen sink and counter unit yellow Norge refridgerator Call Faith 9550727 1968 stereo withradio Call Linda 9837031 Construction Aluminum doublepane window 60 inches by 60 inches Call Robin 9899391 Broken tiles miscellaneous styles Call Pete Sr at Domingues Car pet Tile 9883O22 Forcedair furnace Call Emil 988 5916 Gas water heater Call Jan 4661326 Metal counter with stainless steel top 36 inches high by 30 inches deep by 84 inches long Call Ben 9826254 Rock for walls Call Hcjnry A 6892424 Rooftop forcedair furnance in good working condition Call Candice 9899817 Shower stalls two like Call Nora 4712875 Three tons of land fill Call Shelly 9898927 Furniture Daybed frame Call Tom 9841342 Dresser for clothes Call Santa Maria El Mirador 4282001 bed fram and single box spring Call Jan 4661326 Queensized mattresstype water bed Call Colleen 4383751 Office equipment Brother word processor 3400 Call Ken 9823255 or 9203255 Cash register Call Juan 3160334 Compaq Destop 166 MHz 54MP Win 95 Works keyboard mouse 14inch CRT Otra Vez Trash to treasures Information Materials and listings are free To list a material call 9552215 or send information including your name and tele phone number to City of Santa Fe Trash to Treasures Box 909 Santa Fe 87504 or send a fax to 9552118 Infor mation is due by noon Mondaysfor following Sunday Visit the Web site at monitor Call John 9833646 Four 14inch color computer moni tors Call Allison 9899022 ext 21 Metal office desk Call Dorothy 9836953 Office partitions Call Robert 9828815 Wanted materials Animal needs Crates fencing grooming tables and supplies Call Joanann at Dog Rescue 9833739 Digital camera to photograh ani mals for adoption Call Denise at Espanola Animal Shelter 7538662 ext 101 Washable blankets dog food IGLOO doghouses Call Colleen at the Sanctuary 505 5794608 Appliances Any major appliance Call All Appli ance 4710481 110vdlt electric dryer Call Patrick 9899708 Construction Bathroom sink double Call Peter Vogel at Little Earth School 983 7767 Birdbath Solar Path lights cordless screwdriver circular saw one wood fencepanel Call Donna 4664721 Brick Call Dianne 4660028 Ceramic tile and color glass Call Angie 4737511 Concrete rocks or fill dirt Call Steve 47O5926 Crushed brown gravel 1 inch in diameter Call John 4902092 Fence material Call Jean 266 9993 Flagstone Call Dorothy 9836953 Flagstone sixstation dripirrigation timer Call Donna 4664721 Flagstone flooring roof gut ters cistern kitchen sinks bath room sinks bathtub Call John 47484OO Kinney brick Call Mary Jo 820 7256 Toilet for handicapped person Call Mike 4712528 Used brick to repair patio Pointed stockadetype wooden fencing 30 feet by 5to6 feet high Call Anna 9838363 Used coyote fencing in decent con dition Call English 4662456 Used 8foot metal garage door in good condition Call Allen 6909235 Miscellaneous Anvils 100 pounds or larger hammer press or any other metalforming machines Call Mekah 4664277 Art and fine art supplies for arts for children and teens Call Janet 9922787 Baby Bjorn infant carrier Call Robyn 4740492 Bed Liner for 1990 Toyota pickup Call Carrie 9830708 Black latex paint pizza pans Call Melinda 9848385 Blankets sheets and draperies for homeless shelters Also fabric to make blankets Call Irene 983 4039 Books will pick up Call Tom 983 2312 Bowling balls for art project Call Deborah 5773431 Canoe Call Jim 4664901 Childrens chile costumes and monster chile costumes Send an email to Annette at email@example.com Camera equipment and jewelry equipment Call Joan 4384150 Compact power treadmill medi cally necessary Call Maggie 4745751 Digital camera Call Ulla 4715366 Diningroom chairs and floor lamps musical instruments Call Anke at Santa Maria DVD player sturdy trailer steps Call Debbie at Wings of 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