You`re invited! River Street Flowerland Event Good Food, Good

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You`re invited! River Street Flowerland Event Good Food, Good
THE QUARTERLY NEWSLETTER FOR THE RICHLAND AREA COMMUNITY CENTER
Good Food, Good Cause.
That’s the motto of Feed the World café, our new caterer for the evening. Not only is their farm-to-table fare
absolutely delicious, Feed the World Cafe donates a
free meal or more to the hungry in our community for
every meal we purchase. So when you buy your Plant
Yourself! tickets, you’re really “Buying one, Giving one.”
Non-profits helping non-profits-how great is that? Once
we tasted the food, we were truly sold. We’re looking
forward to those pulled pork sliders, key lime pies and
more!
Don’t miss out on the Silent Auction while you’re at the
event. This is where the action is, lots of incredible
The Wine Pull is back!
What’s behind those unmarked bags? Will it be a red
or white? What label? What vintage? Bring your cash
because your $20 entitles you to “pull” a mystery bottle of
your choosing, ranging from $10-$$$, with all proceeds
benefiting the RACC. Thank you to our wine donors!
Make your picks early as these bottles go very quickly.
Other Plant Yourself! Events
We’re holding our Community Perennial Exchange on
Sat. May 7th, 9-11 a.m. and new this year we’re encouraging others to help us “Plant the Pots!” in the Village
on Saturday, May 14, 8 a.m. Our Great Garden Tour
goes on the road Sept. 15 with a trip to Mangiamo! and
Meijer Gardens & Sculpture Park. Visit richlandareacc.
org for tickets and information. See you there!
Richland Area Community Center
It’s time to “Plant Yourself!” and join us for an evening
of food, fun, flowers and fundraising for the Community
Center. Our signature event will be held again at River
Street Flowerland, on Friday, April 29, from 6-9 pm,
$45. It is always so lovely to be in the greenhouse in
early spring with our neighbors, supporting the work of
the Community.
baskets, good natured bidding and some serious competition for those great items! (Turn the page for details!)
Double Strung will be our musical hosts for the evening,
entertaining us with the sounds of bluegrass, country
and acoustic rock. Of course River Street Flowerland
will be open for business, giving a tour and planting
demonstrations.
9400 East CD Ave.
You’re invited!
River Street Flowerland Event
Richland, MI 49083
SPRING 2016 • VOLUME 9, ISSUE 2
NON-PROFIT ORG.
US POSTAGE
PA I D
Kalamazoo, MI
Permit No. 82
Thank you to these organizations which have offered their support!  Please consider how you or your organization can contribute
to this fun event and the fantastic programs it supports.  You have until
April 22 to take part. Your community needs you!
Special thanks to Boris Realtors, Fifth Third Bank
and Richland Dentistry for agreeing to be the Lead
Challenge sponsors! Thanks to River Street Flowerland and Canopeum for their support.
$2,500: VISIONARY
Anonymous
$500: FANTASTIC
Advia Credit Union
Bloomers, LLC
Gull Lake Area Rotary Club
Richland Dentistry PLC
Richland Lions Foundation
$300: JOYFUL
B.E.S.T. Labs, Inc.
Boris Realtors/Dick & Debbie Boris
Dockmaster
Gull Lake Marine
Suds Mobile Cleaning
Walker, Fluke & Sheldon, PLC
$200: MARVELOUS
Seber Tans, PLC
$100: AWESOME
Construction Labor Services, Inc.
Ed and Ted’s Excellent Adventures
Edward Jones
Fifth Third Bank
Jane Carpenter/Lake to Lake Realty
Richland Eye Care, PLLC
EXCITING
SILENT
AUCTION
PACKAGES
As you’ve come to expect, we have fantastic “Plant Yourself!” silent
auction packages! Do you know someone who is getting married
this year or moving into their first home? Our Kitchen Starter Basket
is the perfect gift! Back by popular demand, our Game Night Basket
is brimming with fun family-friendly games and snacks to keep you
on your game!
Look for the Michigan Awesome package, an Italian basket, an Art
basket, a trial membership to Borgess Fitness Center, 30 day membership to Gull Lake Country Club, Golf Packages from Gull Lake View, a
Spring cleaning package, a spa basket and much, much more. Look
for more information on our other packages to be announced in our
weekly e-news. To sign up for e-news, send a note to [email protected] with your name and e-mail address.
Explore with RACC PACK Adventure Travel!
We have a wonderful variety of exciting trips for you. For details, go to richlandareacc.org.
TRAVEL PREVIEW! May 11, 10:00 - 11:30 am
Join us for a Travel Preview! Our travel agents will be here to answer questions and entice you with
information about our upcoming trips. You could win a door prize, enjoy treats to eat and learn about
all the wonderful places to go! Call 629-9430 to reserve your spot for the preview! Cuba, Chicago, Alaska,
a Buffalo Romp, a Mystery trip, all great places, who knows where you’ll wind up! Join us on the 11th!
SPRINGTIME IN BRANSON
TALL SHIPS 2016
THE BUFFALO ROUND-UP
May 16-20, $949 pp, dbl occupancy
Four fabulous days in Branson jam packed
with shows! Enjoy five different shows - Doug
Gabriel, The #1 Hits of the 50s and 60s Too!,
Presley’s Country Jubilee, Shoji Tabuchi, and
the Brett Family Singers! The trip includes dinner at the infamous Carmines in St. Louis and
Shorty Smalls in Branson, plus four breakfasts
and one lunch.
September 7-10, $799 pp dbl occ
The Tall Ships are returning to Erie, PA after
three years, and you won’t want to miss it!
Experience the majestic Parade of Sail and
tour the ships during the four-day event. You’ll
stay at the Sheraton Erie Bayfront which puts
you front-and-center for the festivities in the
bay and the adjoining Convention Center!
This trip includes a lunch and wine tasting,
admission to the Erie Maritime Museum, St.
Patrick’s Church, Erie Land Lighthouse, dinner
at the Ambassador Center and more!
September 24-October 3, $1,799 pp,
dbl occ
Discover the lush forests, quiet and serene
meadows and majestic mountains of Custer
State Park in the beautiful Black Hills of western
South Dakota! Visit Mount Rushmore Park, Tour
Corn Palace in Mitchell, SD, Journey Museum in
Rapid City, SD, and Black Hills Gold Museum
and Store.  You’ll take a round trip excursion
on the 1880 train through the Black Hills, a
scenic drive through Spearfish Canyon, Bear
Butte State Park, Badlands National Park and
finish your trip with a Buffalo Roundup!
ED & TED’S MYSTERY TRIP sold out
July 26-28, $499 pp dbl occ
This year’s tour includes some really unique
attractions and a bit of history. The tour may
also have a mystery within the mystery, but
there’s only one way to find out. Pack a few
changes of clothes and your sense of adventure
and come along for a great time!
MANGIAMO! and MEIJER GARDENS
& SCULPTURE PARK BUS TRIP
September 15, $70 pp
Let us take care of the driving, parking and
lunch! We’ll start with a fine Italian-inspired
lunch at the divine Mangiamo!, which is housed
CELEBRATION BELL
in a spectacular 19th-century Wurzburg mansion in Grand Rapids. Then off to the gorgeous
& MENOPAUSE THE MUSICAL
August 2-4, $499 pp dbl occ
Meijer Gardens for a 158-acre botanic and
See what millions of women worldwide have sculpture experience, an afternoon of early fall
been laughing about! “Menopause, the Musi- beauty. Home of Michigan’s largest tropical
cal” tickles the funny bone of all ages and both conservatory, Meijer Gardens is one of the
genders! You’ll get reserved seating at the nation’s most significant sculpture and
Circa 21 Dinner Theatre for a presentation of botanic parks. Enjoy wine and cheese
“Menopause, the Musical.” Trip includes a wine on the bus ride home.
tasting at the Lavender Crest Winery, a stop at
the chocolate Manor and a lunch cruise aboard
the Celebration Bell, the largest luxury excursion
vessel on the Upper Mississippi. And, try your
luck at Jumer’s Casino with $10 in free play!
“IT’S A WONDERFUL LIFE” HOLIDAY
FESTIVAL AND PARADE
November 16-19, $699 pp, dbl occ
Join in the fun and get into the holiday spirit at
this Jimmy Steward-themed festival and parade!
You’ll ride on a float and wave to the crowd
in Indiana, PA, the “Christmas Tree Capital of
the World” and Jimmy Stewarts home town.
You’ll also tour Levity Brewing Co., enjoy a
wine tasting at Windgate Vineyards, tour the
Jimmy Steward Museum and more!
THE KITCHEN HOUSE COOKING SERIES
Mondays, April 18 and/or May 2, 6:00-8:00 pm, $40/one or $80/both
Owner Jennifer Dykstra and Chef M. Otis from the popular new Kitchen House restaurant
will teach you how to prepare simple, rustic Italian dishes using fresh ingredients which
are readily available. Part cooking demonstration and part hands-on adventure, the
evening will feature delicious, classic Italian fare. Come hungry! 20 max
ZENTANGLE CLASS
Saturday, May 7, 1:00-3:00 pm, Ages 14-99, $15
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Zen Journaling classes are fun, easy and most of all, relaxing! These classes are for anyone ages
14-99 wanting to add a little Zen to their life and be creative while calming their mind. Learn
about meditation and its benefits and create a beautiful Zen Meditation art work. Calm your
fears, receive abundance, and open the gateway to your spirit. All materials included.
FELTED FLOWER FUN!
Saturday, April 16, 10:00 am-Noon, $35
In this fun, hands-on class, we will transform colorful Merino wool roving and short fiber Merino into a
beautiful felt flower using just our hands, imagination, and a little soap and water. You will leave with
a lovely felt flower, which can then be fashioned into a flower brooch by attaching a pin back. These
make fantastic gifts and can be added to any article of clothing for a punch of flower flair!
HOW TO USE YOUR SMART PHONE/TABLET WORKSHOP
Fridays, April 15, May 20, June 10
9:00-11:00 am FREE, Must register at 269.629.9430
Sign up for a 30-minute slot during this workshop, and we will pair you with a Gateway student who will
personalize instruction to your particular needs and device!
PLEIN AIR CLASS W/CAROL YAGER
July 24, 1:00-4:00 pm, ages 12 and up, $35
Learn how to capture all that your eye sees while painting a landscape in plein air (open air) at
the RACC. Bring whatever you have-watercolor, colored pencil, graphite, or pastel. You’ll learn
the basics of plein air or “outdoor painting,” reproducing the actual visual conditions seen at the
time of painting. You’ll leave with a piece or two of finished work. Minimum 5
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SELF DEFENSE SERIES
One Day: Saturday, July 30, 10:00 am -12:30 pm, $35
Three Days: Wednesdays, July 20, 27 and August 3, 6:00-7:00 pm, $45
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Take this class to encourage confidence, safety and to gain awareness in threatening situations.
You’ll learn how to defend yourself in a variety of encounters. Great for women, college students,
or anyone wanting to learn basic self-defense techniques Minimum 5, Maximum 12
All classes require pre-payment. Please pay with check or cash; online at www.richlandareacc.org; or by phone by calling 629-9430. Class size is limited and
they fill quickly, so please register early. We will notify you only if the class is full or has insufficient enrollment. Use this enrollment form if you’re sending a check.
NAME: _______________________________________________________________
ADDRESS: ____________________________________________________________________
ZIP: _____________ PHONE:__________________ EMAIL: ____________________________
CLASS: __________________________________ DATE/TIME: _________________________
PLEASE MAKE CHECKS PAYABLE TO:
Richland Area Community Center
9400 E. CD Ave. Richland, MI 49083
269.629.9430
Or pay online at www.richlandareacc.org
We encourage students to sign up early. Classes may be canceled due to low enrollment. In the event a class is canceled, full refunds will be issued.
ROBOTICS I CAMP
Session 1: August 1-4, 9:00 am-3:30 pm, Ages 9-15, $240
Session 2: August 15-18, 9:00 am-3:30 pm, Ages 9-15, $240
Students build a robot and learn computer programming to control it! Each day includes lessons
using curriculum from Carnegie Mellon and challenging activities using competition tables to practice
construction and programming skills. Minimum 6/Maximum 15
JUNIOR ROBOTICS CAMP Grades 1-2, $120 (per session)
Session 1: July 25-29, 9:00-11:30 pm
Session 3: Aug. 8-12, 9:00-11:30 am
Session 2: July 25-29 12:30-3:00 pm
Session 4: Aug. 8-12, 12:30-3:00 pm
Students learn about gears, levers, machines, motors and more using popular Lego Do. They
build models featuring working motors and sensors, then they learn beginning computer
programming to make the models come to life! Min 6/Max 12
ACTING CAMP: THE CIVIC SUMMER SAMPLER!
June 20-24, 1:00-3:00 pm, $125 Ages 8-12
Sharing presentation on Friday, June 24 at 4:00 pm
Campers will be put to the test as they gain skills in several different areas of theatre including acting, movement, and
improvisation. Campers will gain confidence in presentation, working with a group, and working solo. They will have stronger
voices and a working theatre vocabulary as they kick off their summer vacation in the spotlight!
GARDEN ART and NATURE CAMP
June 27-30, 9:00 am– 3:00 pm, Grades 3 – 5, $100
The campers will create a project each day that will be taken home to use in their own back
yard. Projects include making a ground bird feeder and birdbath, possibly constructing a wooden
wren house, marking a sundial, constructing a toad house, and maybe a wind bell if time permits.
Minimum 6
BOOKBOUND! CAMP: THE WONDERS OF BINDING YOUR OWN
JOURNAL
July 11-14, 9:00-11:30 am, Grades 5-8, $50
Learn the Craft of Bookmaking! Using needle and thread and authentic bookmaking techniques,
you'll create your very own nature journals. Two styles of bookmaking will be taught, using
handmade paper and bookmakers’ tools. Come try something new and yet, very old!
howdidyoumakethis.com
LEGOS ON THE MOVE
July 18-21, 9:00-11:30 am, Grades 2-5, $45
Learn building concepts that can be applied to everyday mechanisms. Campers will learn the functions of
specific LEGO parts such as gears, pumps, cylinders and valves and are encouraged to explore their creative potential and have fun!
YOGA-ART-RELAX! CAMP
July 18-22, 12:30-3:00 pm, Grades 3-5, $85
This class incorporates yoga, meditation and relaxation techniques, games, activities, group
discussions, as well as meditative drawing and art. Yoga - Art - Relax! will teach your child
life-long tips and techniques they can use to reduce their anxiety before, in the moment,
and after any stressful situation. These techniques help increase focus, stamina, strength,
and self-confidence.
thecenterhya.com
Plant the Pots!
Book Discussion Group
The Book Discussion Group meets the
third Thursday of each month at 9:30 am.
Newcomers are welcome and encouraged!
The Story of Edgar Sawtelle
by David Wroblewski . ...................4/21
The Girl on the Train
by Sandy Hawkins..........................5/19
The Rosie Project
by Graeme Simsion........................6/16
We’re partnering with the Village of Richland
to plant the pots that line the streets on May 14,
at 8 am (meet at Community Hall across from
Harding’s Market). We will work throughout
the morning to fill 40 planters with a gorgeous
Smart Phone Tutoring
flower/plant arrangement. The materials, planta Huge Success!
ing scheme and guidance will be provided, we
The students of Gateway Academy have been just need your good company and green thumb
tutoring our guests since the beginning of the to get the job done. Call to RSVP, 269.629.9430.
year and we’ve heard nothing but praise and
high marks for their expertise! We still have
room in our April, May and June tutoring
sessions, so if you’re looking for someone to
show you how to use your smartphone, tablet
or Ipad, give us a call! The 30-minute tutoring
sessions are free and will run through June.
Free, Fridays 9-11 on April 15, May 20 and
June 10. Call 629-9430 to reserve your spot.
RACC for Your Event!
Gull Lake Area Rotary Club
Dr. Steven P Broglio, Neuro Trauma at
University of Michigan Sports Concussion
Protocol.................................................. 4/7
Dr. Stephen K Hamilton, KBS, Status of
Enbridge Oil Spill . ............................... 4/14
Dr. Michael Leinwand, Bronson, Pediatric
Surgeon Pediatric Surgery................... 4/21
GLHS Student Service Awards.......... 4/28
The Gull Lake Area Rotary Club meets
every Thursday morning at 7:30 am.
Guests are welcome.
Richland/Gull Lake Area Lions Club White
Cane Awareness Event
May 6 & 7. Look for members at various
Richland and Galesburg locations raising
funds to help provide sight improvement
services to the visually impaired.
Community
Perennial Exchange
May 7, 9-11, FREE (exchange at 9:45am sharp)
Bring your plants to the Perennial Exchange and
celebrate spring! The concept is simple: bring
your well-loved (or not-so-well loved) perennials
to the Community Center in labeled pots, boxes
or bags and go home with the same amount or
more. If you don’t get around to labeling, just
bring the plants! At 9:45 am sharp, we’ll begin
the exchange, by talking about the plants we
brought and sharing what we know. Are you
new to gardening? Join us! We have plants
and knowledge to share—there are always extra
plants. If you don’t have any to bring, we accept
free-will donations in lieu of plants. Light treats
and refreshments will be provided. It’s a great
way to spend Saturday morning. Don’t miss it!
Are you planning a graduation party, baby
shower, or some other gathering? Rent space at
the beautiful RACC campus to hold your event!
We have accommodated everything from plays
to weddings with great success. We have four
rooms available to rent at reasonable rates. Your
guests can enjoy our beautiful outdoor gazebo
and walking trails while they are here. Call us
at 629.9430 to find out more!
Self Defense Class
Take this class to encourage confidence and
safety, and build awareness in threatening situations. You’ll learn how to defend yourself in a
variety of encounters. Taught by Ed Kehoe, a
certified personal trainer with 4 degrees of black
belt in Okinawan Karate, this class will help you
prepare for the unexpected. Great for women,
college students, anyone wanting to learn basic
self-defense techniques. One day workshop: July
30, 10-12:30, $35 3 night workshop Wed. July
20, 27, Aug. 3 from 6-7 pm. $45.
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NEW! Lunch Time
Line Dancing!
Join us at 11 am on Fridays
for an hour of lively line
dancing! Our favorite
Swingin’ with Susan
instructor, Susan Iervolina
will teach you the steps and keep
you moving and grooving! This is a
drop-in class, so you can join the fun
when your schedule allows and it’s
only $5.
Support the RACC
through AMAZON Smile!
Do you shop on Amazon.com?
Now your shopping can benefit
the RACC! Simply access Amazon.
com via the Amazon Smile link on
the lower right-hand side of our
website (www.richlandareacc.org)
and Amazon will donate a portion
of their profits to the RACC. Yes, it
really is that simple!
Therapeutic Massage:
Age Related Changes
May 19, 11:45-12:45 pm. An
overview of how the body changes
over the years—how our gait, our
seated posture, and how we move in
this world depends upon the good
conditioning of our musculature
as we age. Why manual therapy
is relaxing physiologically and
psychologically. FREE - light lunch
provided by Balanced Body Health,
RSVP by May 17 to reserve your
spot. 629-9430.
Meet Up and Eat Up
is Back!
The free summer meal
program will begin June
16. Meals are free for kids
18 and under, adults $2.
The program will continue
until Friday, Sept. 2.
Alzheimers:
Know the Ten Signs
May 19, 6:30 pm. If you or someone
you know is experiencing memory
loss or behavioral changes, it’s time
to learn the facts.  This interactive
workshop features video of people
living with Alzheimer’s disease,
addresses the ten warning signs and
what to do. Call 6299430 to RSVP.
Memory Loss, Dementia, and
Alzheimer’s Disease: The Basics
Alzheimer’s disease is not a normal
part of aging. This program provides
information on detection, cause and
risk factors, stages of the disease,
treatment, and more. Please call
to RSVP 629-9430. May 5, 12:30 1:30 pm.
Friday Core Boost Yoga
Returns in the Fall
Core Boost Yoga has concluded
for the season and will return in
the fall. Fall dates and times will
be announced in our fall newsletter,
e-news, and will be posted on our
website in late summer.
Travel Preview
May 11, 10 – 11:30 am. Where in
the world will you go next? Join us
for talks by Ed and Ted’s Excellent
Adventures, Diane from Globus, the
RACC and others! Prizes, food and
more! Call to RSVP: 629-9430.
Ballroom Dancing Returns
Our dancing snowbirds are back!
Senior ballroom dances resume
Sunday, April 24, 2-5 pm., $5
Laurels Lunch & Learn
June 9, 11:30 am-12:30 pm. Come
and enjoy lunch and learn how to
live more healthfully. Max of 14
people.
Community Perennial
Exchange
May 7, 9-11 am Bring plants to
share and join us at the RACC to
exchange perennials and gardening
information! Exchange is at
9:45 am sharp. Light snacks and
refreshments will be provided.
Richland Farmers’ Market
begins May 18
and will be open Wednesdays from
3-6 pm, behind the Gull Lake Middle
School.
REGULAR EVENTS CALENDAR
ORGANIZATIONS, GROUPS AND GATHERINGS
SPECIAL EVENTS CALENDAR
How To Use Your
Smartphone / Tablet Workshop
Fri, Apr 15, May 20, June 10
9:00-11:00 AM, Rsvp
ASYO
by appointment
Coffee Hour
Tues. And Thurs.
9:30-10:30 AM
Book Discussion
Group
3Rd Thursday
9:30 AM
Felted Flower Fun
Sat, Apr 16, 10:00 AM- NOON
Gull Lake Area
Rotary Club
Thursday
7:30-8:30 AM
Kitchen House Cooking Series
Apr 18 & May 2, 6:00-8:00 PM
Gull Lake Quality
Organization
by appt.
7:00-9:00 PM
“Plant Yourself!” Fund Raising Event
Apr 29, 6:00-9:00 PM, River Street
Lions Club
1st Thursday
5:30-7:30 PM
Senior Dining
Coupons
Tuesday
Wednesday
9:00 AM-5:00 PM
9:00 AM-1:00 PM
Alzheimer’s Basics
May 5, 12:30-1:30 PM
WIN
3rd Monday
5:30-8:00 PM
CARD GROUPS
Bridge
Monday
12:30-3:30 PM
Euchre
Wednesday
12:30-3:30 PM
Hand & Foot
Wednesday
1:00-3:30 PM
DANCE, SPORTS, FITNESS, MUSIC, AND ART
Perennial Exchange
May 7, 9:00-11:00 AM
Zentangle Class
Sat, May 7, 1:00-3:00 PM
Therapeutic Massage Seminar
Thurs, May 19, 11:45 AM -12:45 PM, Rsvp, Food
Plant The Pots
May 14, 8:00 AM
Crescendo
“Music Together”
Tuesday
5:30 PM
Know The 10 Signs Of Alzheimers
May 19, 6:30 PM, Rsvp
Fit Club
Thursday
6:00 PM
Laurels Lunch & Learn
Thurs, Junee 9, 11:30 AM - 12:30 PM, Rsvp
Foot Clinic
4th Tuesday
bi-monthly
by appt.
Lunch Time
Line Dancing
Friday
NOON
Senior Ballroom
Dance
4th Sunday
2:00-5:00 PM
Square Dance
3rd Saturday
7:00-10:00 PM
Stretch & Tone
Thursday
5:30-6:30 PM
Swingin’
with Susan
Tues. and Thurs.
10:30-11:30 AM
Tai Chi, Intermediate
Wednesday
4:30-5:30 PM
Yoga with Sherry
Monday
10:30-11:30 AM
Yoga, Hvinyasa
meghan
Tuesday
6:00 PM
Yoga, Gentle
with Cathy
Tues. and Thurs.
10:15-11:15 AM
Yoga, Intermediate
with Cathy
Tues. and Thurs.
9:00-10:00 AM
Yoga, Hvinyasa with
Kathleen
Tuesday
6 PM
WEIGHT WATCHERS
Thursday
5 PM
paulgobble.com
- 1:00 PM
Acting CAMp: The Civic Summer SAMpler
Junee 20-24, 1:00 - 4:00 PM
Garden Art & Nature Class
Junee 27-30, 9:00 AM - 3:00 PM
Bookbound!
Camp: Binding Your Own Journal
July 11-14, 9:00 - 11:30 AM
Leges On The Move
July 18-21, 9:00 - 11:30 AM
Yogo-Art-Relax! Camp
July 18-22, 12:30 - 3:00 PM
Plein Air Class With Carol Yager
Sun, July 24, 1:00 - 4:00 PM
Self Defense Class
One Day: Wed, July 30, 10:00 AM - 12:30 PM
Three Day: Wed, July 20, 27, Aug 3, 6:00 - 7:00 PM
Robotics I Camp
Session 1: Aug 1-4, 9:00 AM - 3:30 PM
Session 2: Aug 15-18, 9:00 AM - 3:30 PM
Junior Robotics Camp
Session 1: July 25-29, 9:00 - 11:30 AM
Session 2: July 25-29, 12:30 - 3:00 PM
Session 3: Aug 8-12, 9:00 - 11:30 AM
Session 4: Aug 8-12, 12:30 - 3:00 PM
THE QUARTERLY NEWSLETTER
FOR THE RICHLAND AREA
COMMUNITY CENTER
Off The RACC is a quarterly
publication of the Richland Area
Community Center, a registered
501(c)3 nonprofit organization
located in Richland, Michigan.
Please direct all correspondence to:
Richland Area Community Center
9400 East CD Ave.
Richland, MI 49083
(269) 629-9430
Jilisa Grooters Williams
Executive Director
Richland Area Community Center
Board of Directors
Drew Bordner, President
Betty Miller, Secretary
Jason Henderson, Treasurer
Rob Brinkerhoff Betsi English
Val Karam
Nancy Land
John McCann Lori Nay Tomlinson
Richland Area Community Center
Board Meetings are held on the 3rd
Tues. of every month at 5:30 pm.
Community participation is
welcomed at RACC board meetings.
A written request to speak is
required at least 24 hours before
the board meeting. Individuals are
allowed 5 minutes to make their
presentation.

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