There’s a lot happening in the recycling world lately, and it can get confusing! Join Madison County Resource Management Coordinator, Kim Petzing-Lehmann for a hands-on, interactive approach as we take a step back in time to some history of recycling and look forward at the current trends in the industry both locally and globally. Learn more about the new regional “Stick with 6” campaign which focuses on what goes in your recycling cart, what stays out, and where to take the rest of your materials. Participants will also learn about the public education campaign Madison County Planning and Development is launching to support residents interested in learning more about recycling and how they can help.
Do you like to Knit? Crochet? Embroider? Whatever your passion, gather and socialize with others who share your interest, and perhaps pick-up a few tips and tricks as you work your own creations! Please bring your sewing supplies.
Join other crafters at this weekly gathering to share crafting and conversation. New members are welcome to join at any time!
April 6, 13, 20, 27
Get fit and healthy when you join us for a calming session of yoga. Please be sure to bring your own yoga mat. This class is for adults, please.
Procedural changes being implemented, starting in April
One week prior to the start of each month, registration will open, dates may still need to be determined.
There is a max of 16 participants (two rows of 8, please) for this class. There will now be a sign in sheet on the door (or a table) for the first 16 confirmed on the list. Reminder calls are placed on Thursdays, please let us know if you can not make it, so another from the list can attend. And, please do not set up outside the door. We thank you for your patronage and appreciate your understanding.
Register Here Class is full. Please call to be wait-listed.
April is National Donate Life Month
There are many ways to celebrate with those we love. We will have a representative from the Organ/Tissue Donor Program, Life Goes On, and a representative from Be The Match, a registry for bone marrow donors.
Be The Match is the largest and most diverse marrow registry. We need as many people as possible to join our registry so every patient with leukemia, lymphoma, other blood cancers and sickle cell disease can find their unrelated donor match. The matching process is your race and DNA – NOT – blood type. Many patients especially those of diverse ancestry can’t find a donor match. You can join the Be The Match Registry online: https://join.bethematch.org/GlenCarbon
Register Here (for the event)