Warm Hearts Warm BabiesVolume 13, Issue 11November, 2012NewsCRAFT SHOWSCookbooksArvada Community Recreation Center68th and Wadsworth-Arvada, CONovember 2nd- 6:30-8:30 p.m.November 3rd-9a.m.-3p.m.Cookbooks are here!!! They will be availablefor purchase at the Bazaars and NovemberDecember workgroup meetings. They will be 8.00 each or two for 15.00. Cash and checkswill be accepted. If you are unable to attendyour meeting, please contact Lori Kratzer at720-273-1687 or email@example.comJefferson County FairgroundsNovember 30th -9a.m.-5p.m.December 1st-9a m.-3p.m.Thanks to Jan Purl for the Traditional PumpkinThese craft shows are a major fundraiser for Pie recipe in our cookbook. Just in time forWHWB. We usually make enough money to Thanksgiving.purchase most of our flannel for receivingblankets for the following year and some of 1 (9 inch) unbaked pie crustour batting.1 (16 oz.) pumpkin (2 cups)1 (14 oz.) can Eagle Brand SweetenedItems to sell are needed for these shows. condensed milkEveryone always asks what to make .you can 2 Eggsmake almost anything you have seen at or think 1 tsp. ground cinnamonwould sell at a craft show.½ tsp. ground ginger½ tsp. ground nutmegWe always have had a wonderful potpourri of ½ tsp. saltitems, with many different prices.In large bowl combine all ingredients exceptPeople come to these shows to find us to see pie crust. Mix well and turn into pie crust.what we have new each year.Bake 15 minutes at 425 degrees. Reduce oventemperature to 350 degrees and continue toVolunteers are needed to be at the booth for a bake for 35-40 minutes longer or until knifecouple of hours at these shows. A sign up sheet inserted 1 inch from the edge comes out clean.will be available at the Arvada and Brighton Cool before cutting. Refrigerate leftovers.meetings.For suggestions, ideas, or to volunteer pleasecall or email: Glenda Bredeson es the little things in life meanthe most1
Baby Ella and Brother LCommunity EventCrazy Quilts: Victorian Fancies and Beyond1213 Washington AvenueGolden, COHi Everyone,Happy Thanksgiving everyone! The holidaysare fast approaching. Time to get in anythingyou have that is Christmas oriented. We stillneed fall/winter going home outfits for boysand girls like long pants, long sleeved shirts,sweatsuits and such. We need jackets andsweaters badly now that fall is here. The binsfor receiving blankets and totes are slowlyfilling up, but we need more for both boys andgirls. The bins for bottles, pacifiers, andtoiletries are getting low. We need socksbadly! (We ALWAYS need socks.)Free Opening Reception Friday, November 2,5-8:30.Great Freebies for the Seniors in our livesYOU must ASK for your discount !RESTAURANTS:Applebee's: 15% off with Golden AppleCard (60 )Arby's: 10% off ( 55 )Ben & Jerry's: 10% off (60 )Love, Baby ElllaBennigan's: discount varies by location(60 )Thank YouBob's Big Boy: discount varies by locationDear Warm Hearts Warm Babies,(60 )Thank you so much for the wonderful baby Boston Market: 10% off (65 )bags! I have not been here long, but I have Burger King: 10% off (60 )heard so many time about how much the Chick-Fil-A: 10% off or free small drink ornew parents love the the layettes that you coffee ( 55 )provide.Chili's: 10% off ( 55 )Thank you for your kindness.CiCi's Pizza: 10% off (60 )Sincerely,Denny's: 10% off, 20% off for AARPMelissa Theesenmembers ( 55 )Colorado Bright BeginningsDunkin' Donuts: 10% off or free coffee (55 )Einstein's Bagels: 10% off baker's dozen ofWarm Hearts Warm Babies,bagels (60 )Thank you SO much for all the wonderful Fuddrucker's: 10% off any senior platter (and beautiful donations, gifted to Life55 )Choices (Longmont) to Bless theGatti's Pizza: 10% off (60 )Mommies and their Babies. What a joy to Golden Corral: 10% off (60 )be able to see their faces when receiving Hardee's: 0.33 beverages everyday (65 )your gifts. I am humbled by the talent of all IHOP: 10% off ( 55 )you who sew and make such beautifulJack in the Box: up to 20% off ( 55 )gifts.KFC: free small drink with any meal ( 55 )In HIS grace and love and mine,Krispy Kreme: 10% off ( 50 )Connie WeiskoffLong John Silver's: various discounts atCenter Directorlocations ( 55 )Life Choices - LongmontMcDonald's: discounts on coffee everyday (55 )2
November 2012 ackerAnneHeerdt-WingfieldAlice igiancomoJanPacheloJo AnnBusseWinifredPepperSandraRostieJoan L.KuglerIn AliceHildebrandtLynetteLeeNov 01Nov 01Nov 01Nov 02Nov 06Nov 06Nov 09Nov 09Nov 09Nov 10Nov 10Nov 11Nov 12Nov 12Nov 12Nov 13Nov 14Nov 14Nov 15Nov 15Nov 16Nov 16Nov 17Nov 18Nov 20Nov 20Nov 21Nov 21Nov 22Nov 22Nov 23Nov 23Nov 23Nov 23Nov 24Nov 24November 2012 wnHackettHaddickSaundersSanteeBullockSorensenNov 24Nov 25Nov 25Nov 25Nov 27Nov 27Nov 27Nov 27Nov 28Nov 29Nov 29DONATIONSWe delivered 4009 items to 20 agencies and 2individuals last month.Agencies we delivered to:Denver HealthJefferson County NursesSt. Augustine Food PantryUniversity Mother & InfantUniversity Neo-Natal LossUniversity NICUPlatte Valley Medical CenterSt. Anthony - LakewoodInner City ServicesLutheran HospitalChildren’s HospitalColorado Plains Medical CenterClayton Early Learning CenterSt Mark's ChurchJefferson County ActionRonald McDonald HouseSt. Mary Corwin - PuebloOne NationPeak Vista Women's HealthLife Support Center3
WORK GROUPSArvada Work Group: Meets 2nd Thursday of the month from 9:30 am to 2:00 pm Meets at the King ofGlory Lutheran Church 10001 W. 58th Ave., Arvada (58th and Kipling-east door) Contact Glenda:COLOKIDZ@aol.com. Bring a potluck dish, your machine and scissors.Briggsdale Work Group: For information please contact Sandra Hicks by email at:firstname.lastname@example.orgBrighton Work Group: Meets 3rd Wednesday of the month 9:00 am to 2:30 pm Meets at Seventh-dayAdventist Church, 567 Bromley Lane, Brighton; Contact Carol: email@example.com Bring a dish to shareat our potluck at noon.Colorado Springs Work Group: Meets 3rd Saturday at Faith Presbyterian Church, 1529 N. Circle Dr.Contact Linda: LWaxler46@aol.com for what to bring.Kaiser Permanente & Friends Work Group: Arapahoe Road and Holly. For times and dates pleasecontact Tammy: Tammy.Sabad@kp.org or 303-919-5413.Lakewood Work Group: Meets at Helen’s house in Bailey on the last Friday of the month, and atKathryn‘s house in Lakewood on the third Thursday. Please contact Kathryn for dates and times of theirnext meetings at: firstname.lastname@example.org.Littleton Work Group: For meeting information please contact the group email@example.com.Loveland Work Group: Meets 3rd Thursday of the month at 10:00am. Meet at: Church of theNazarene 807 W. 29th St. Loveland. Contact Judy: firstname.lastname@example.org or Karen at the church: 970-6674323 for more information.Rocky Mountain Group (Georgetown): Meets the 3rd Tuesday of the month at the First PresbyterianChurch in Georgetown. Noon until ?We are always looking for work group coordinators in various areas around the state. If you are interestedin hosting a meeting, let us know! You can find out more information on starting a meeting by visiting theVolunteer section on our web site at: www.warmheartswarmbabies.org.Board of DirectorsLauren SchlichtGlenda BredesonPresidentVice-PresidentDonna LantgenGeneral DirectorBonnie YockstickGeneral DirectorNancy CochranTreasurerLori KratzerGeneral DirectorElizabeth HenrySecretaryMarie KiddGeneral Director4
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LESSON COMPONENTS Greet the babies by name. Thursday Greet the babies by name. Tuesday Wednesday Greet the babies by name. Greet the babies by name. Monday Friday Greet the babies by name. Objectives C.1.b. Responds to teacher's body language and direction C.2.a. Imitates sounds like "da" when teacher says "da" D.1.a. Pays attention and
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