Homeschool group plans Geography Bee
BATH — The Midcoast Maine Homeschool Center is sponsoring an official school level National Geographic Bee for homeschoolers who would be in grades 4 to 8.
In order for this to “count” as an official bee, there needs to be at least six participants.
Participation certificates from National Geographic will be provided to all participants, and the winner will have the opportunity to take a pencil-and-paper qualifying test to participate in the state contest on March 30.
The bee will be held at Midcoast Maine Homeschool Center, Grace Episcopal Church, 1100 Washington St., at 10 a.m. on Jan. 6. The snow date is Jan. 9.
Those planning to compete should contact Bee Master Ken Walden at firstname.lastname@example.org in advance.
For more information, contact MMHC Director Susan Hyde at 837-9508.
For more details about the National Geographic contest, visit www.nationalgeographic.com/geobee/.
Body Symmetry aims to help Salvation Army
BRUNSWICK — From Saturday through Dec. 31, Body Symmetry, 1 Paul St., will accept donations to benefit the Salvation Army for attending any of their classes that week.
“ The instructors donate their time so 100 percent of all donations go to the Bath Salvation Army to benefit Mid-coast families in need,” a Body Symmetry release states. “This is the seventh year Body Symmetry’s owner, Martha Kittle, has chosen the Salvation Army not only for their symbolism of celebration and their beacon of hope, but also to continue to give to a group that gives so much to everyone.”
For the class schedule and more information about Body Symmetry, visit www.bodysymmetrymaine.com or call 729-1122.
To learn more about The Salvation Army, visit www.use.salvationarmy.org.