Lighthouse Homeschool - New Hampshire -                Let us walk in the light of the LORD.  Isaiah 2:5

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Fall 2017 - Spring 2018



Mom & Me Signing
Ages 1-4
10:00-10:55
                                            Fee: $10

     This is a fun class to learn how our little ones can communicate when they are not yet able to speak clearly. With books, songs, and snacks, we will learn sign language!





Story Hour
Birth-Age 5
9:00-9:55
Fee: $10

    This typical story hour will start with finger play and puppets with nursery rhymes, then two to three stories with themes for each week. We will sing the ABC's and Bible songs, then an activity, playdough, coloring, a craft, etc. 

Parents are required to accompany their little ones.





Math-U-See
Pre K-1st
10:00-10:55
Teacher: Cassie West
Assistant: Jessica Picowicz
Fee: $40

Join me as I open your children's eyes to the exciting world of math. We will be using Math-U-See Primer and manipulative blocks. Doing these, they will see math come to life before their eyes. Each week we will be working through our Primer lessons. We will use enrichment projects, crafts, and math centers to bring together our new math skills. I am so excited to see the joy in your children's eyes as they see the fun in math!

Other materials needed: 
I encourage you to purchase the Primer student book to reinforce our weekly lessons. 





Nurture Through Nature
Pre K-1st
9:00-9:55
Assistant: Cassie West
Fee: $30

Charlotte Mason famously penned, "Education is atmosphere." Through the gentle art of learning, the Charlotte Mason way, our youngest learners will build skills in cooperative learning, attentive listening, and kindness and sharing. Each week will read a living book about nature and work in cooperative learning groups to explore nature themes.





Alphabet Train
Pre K-1st
12:45-1:40
Teacher: Kate Meehan
Fee: $25
   
Hop on board the Alphabet Train! This class takes young students through the whole alphabet, practicing letter sounds while doing a craft and having a special snack to coincide with the letter of the week.





 Learning Character Qualities
With the Berenstain Bears
K-1st
1:45-2:40
Teacher: Kim Taggett
Fee: $25

   In this class we will be reading a Berenstain Bear story each week, discuss character traits along side Sister & Brother Bear, learn memory verses and have a coordinating craft to go with our story.

Homework: 
Maximum of 15 minutes per week.

Other materials needed: 
Crayons, scissors, glue, pencils.





Classical Music & Art
K-2nd
11:00-11:55
Teacher: Cherie Ceresa
Fee: $20

   This course will introduce young students to a variety of classical music, coupled with simple art techniques. They will be using a variety of different mediums to create their own masterpieces. They will also be shown different artists' work and reflect on God's amazing creations.





 Super Sight Words
K-2nd
12:45-1:40
Assistant: Carla Howe
Fee: $20

   This class helps emerging pre-readers work their way to beginning readers through the introduction of sight words. From sight word songs with sight word art and reading fluency, this class incorporates kinesthetic, auditory, and visual learning to educate the whole child. This course is the perfect enrichment to any phonics curriculum.





Write from the Start
1st
11:00-11:55
Teacher: Cathy Borchers
Fee: $30

   Children will learn to express themselves through pictures, storytelling, and journalism.  The class will include pre-writing skills, phonetics, story writing, basic grammar, sentence formation, sequencing, writing a note or message, composition, and conferencing.

Children will need to enter class in the fall already knowing their alphabet and sounds of letters.





God's Princesses
1st-3rd
(girls only)
11:00-11:55
Teacher: Heather Brown
Assistant: Annora Brown
Fee: $30

This is a full year of fun for girls aspiring to be like honorable women in God's Word. Each week we will cover one woman in the Bible and have crafts and activities to build on our discoveries. All young ladies are encouraged to discover who they are in our Father's eyes.





Where In the United States Is Flat Stanley?
2nd-4th
9:00-9:55
Teacher: Heidi Leandro
Fee: $30

    Come travel along with Flat Stanley to some historic sites (the Alamo, Mt. Rushmore, U.S. Capital). We will integrate geography, reading, and writing skills as we travel across the USA. Students will read the Flat Stanley books, create hands-on projects, and even send out their own Flat Stanleys.

Homework: 
30-60 minutes per week.

Other material needed: 
Pencils, scissors, glue, binder.





Beginning Ukulele
Ages 8-Adult
(first semester only)
10:00 - 10:55
Assistant: Kim Bouthiette
No Fee

The ukulele is an excellent beginner instrument for any age, and is a perfect gateway to learning the guitar later on. In this class, students will learn how to tune, hold, and play the ukulele, learning basic note reading and theory, such as rhythmic values and time signatures. We will cover simple chords, how to play melodies with both sheet music and tablature, and different strumming patterns through the use of a selection of songs. 

Homework: 
Daily practice

Other materials needed: 
Ukulele and folder





Patriots and Pioneers
2nd-3rd
12:45-1:40
Teacher: Kelly Hart
Fee: $30

In this early American History class we will use hands on crafts and beautiful books to travel with explorers, settle with the Pilgrims, fight for liberty with the colonists, and travel westward with the pioneers. We will look to find God's providential plan in America's early years and develop a love for our great country!

Homework: 
Occasionally finishing up coloring projects, etc.

Other materials needed: 
Crayons, glue sticks, scissors, 1" binder.





Children's Choir
2nd-5th
10:00-10:55
Teacher: Laurie Russell
Assistant: Victoria Stratton
Fee: $15

This class is designed to inspire a powerful generation of worshipers--to teach children to worship authentically and develop a passion for worship that is infectious.

Other materials needed: 
A binder.



  


Report For Reading!
Learning Different Methods of Book Reporting
3rd-4th
12:45-1:40
Teacher: Kim Taggett
Fee: $10

In this class, students will learn different methods for book reports. We will work on grammar, writing skills, public speaking and different methods of reporting in class. Students will be responsible for reading and assembling their reports/projects at home. 

Homework: 
.5 to 1 hour per week, which will include reading, writing and projects (only one "report" due each month.)

Other materials needed: 
Books of child's choosing, pencils, crayons, scissors, glue.





Stone Fox & Sarah Plain & Tall
3rd-4th
9:00-9:55
Teacher: Cathy Borchers
Fee: $30

Students will be reading and learning about loyalty, friendship, and honor, along with bits of information about sled-dogs and traveling from Maine's coast-land to our nation's farmland. Experiencing trials through the eyes of a child, children will also learn how helping others brings respect and joy in giving. As a class we will seek in God's Word how we ought to live for His glory. The teacher will also be reading through Grandpa's Box during the year.

Homework: 
1 hour per week.

Other materials needed: 
Books will need to be purchased by families.





Understanding God's World
3rd-4th
10:00-10:55
Teacher: Kate Meehan
Fee: $25

Students will be presented with things that they can see, observe, and understand in the world around them. They will learn how to recognize plants they see every day, how to attract birds to their own back yard, how to use field guides, causes of weather, and much more! 

Other materials needed: 
Students will be expected to purchase the book and workbook
(ABeka's Understanding God's World 4th edition, $25.00).





All American Girls 1
3rd-5th
11:00-11:55
Teacher: Kelly Hart
Assistant: Kim Taggett
Fee: $45

This class will use books from the American Girl line to learn about and experience American history. We will see history through the eyes of seven American girls. Many hands on crafts and projects will help bring history alive as well as the party at the end of each era! 

Homework: 
Read one book per week, complete workbook questions, 
and lap book pieces.

Other materials needed: 
All the books that are being read, and a 1" binder.




Hymns of Faith
3rd-5th
9:00-9:55
Teacher: Carla Howe
Assistant: Serena Varley
Fee: $25

     Journey back to find the stories behind the hymns we know and love. We will learn sacred hymns, vocabulary, and theology as we do projects and praise our Heavenly Father. If children play an instrument, they are welcome to class. 

Homework: 
Minimal homework each week.





IEW: Writing With Fables, Myths, & Fairy Tales
3rd-5th
11:00-11:55
Teacher: Suellen Foreman
Fee: $10

Delight in classic children's tales while learning to write with structure and style! Characters and adventures will capture student's' imaginations and provide rich writing content.

Homework: 
30-60 minutes each week

Other materials needed: 
$29 book purchase from IEW website; reinforced notebook paper, binder, scissors, and glue stick.





Central American Indians
4th-6th
9:00-9:55
Teacher: Kim Bouthiette
Fee: $25

Who were the Incas, Aztecs, and Mayans? How did they live? What were their achievements? And what happened to them? In this class students will learn the differences between the cultures of the ancient civilizations of Central and South America through hands-on projects, literature, food, comma and map work.

Other materials needed: 
Students will need copies of The Corn Grows Ripe by Dorothy Rhoads, and Secret of the Andies by Ann Nolan Clark.

Homework: 
Weekly reading assignments.




It's All About the States
4th-6th
1:45-2:40
Fee: $20

   We will be using Which Way USA and Teachers Credited Resources States and Capitals as the primary curriculum. Each week we will take one to two states and learn what makes them special, from capitals to when it was added to the USA. We will be making a lap book to record all that we learn.

Homework: 
A small amount of homework, if it is not finished in class.





Junior Handbell Choir
3rd-7th
1:45-2:40
Teacher: Sue Chamberlin
No Fee

Students will learn how to ring hand bells and hand chimes. They will work together as a team to make music, and in the process they will learn how to read music (if they don't already know how) and music notation that is unique to hand bells. The process of working together to learn to play a song is enhanced by having an opportunity to perform that song for others. Some options include putting on a lunch time mini concert for the other Lighthouse students, going to the Brown House in Loudon for a concert, providing special music in a worship service (at FCBC or at the home church of students in the choir).





Sign Language
5th-7th
9:00-9:55
Teacher: Tia Parr
Fee: $20

We will be using books, demonstrations, and games to learn the basics of American sign language.

Homework: 
Practicing at home is required. 

Other materials needed: 
Colored pencils.





Elements of Fiction
5th-8th
(will include motivated 4th graders, space permitting)
10:00-10:55
Fee: $20

   This course will focus on the elements of fiction: character, plot, theme, setting, and the structure of stories (exposition, rising action, climax, denouement, conclusion), while reading stories together in class.  We will start the year by reading very simple children's books together, discussing the easy-to-find elements of fiction.  We'll move on to chapter books (Stuart Little, Charlie and the Chocolate Factory, The Voyage of the Dawn Treader, and The Hobbit) and will continue identifying the elements of fiction, as well as the structure of the stories.

Homework: 
Finish at home the reading that wasn't completed in class; some creative writing will be assigned, but this is not a writing-centered class.

Other materials needed: 
Students will need their own copies of the chapter books.





Around the World Geography and Cooking
6th-8th
10:00-10:55
Teacher: Jenn Stringer
Fee: $20

This is a multilevel, unit study course that covers geography, history, religion, current events, and culture on a continent-by-continent basis.  Along with this course we will, weekly, be creating or sampling a dish that represents the area of the world we're studying.  (Food allergies will be taken into consideration when choosing recipes).

Homework: 
Completing weekly assignments found in the student workbook.

Other materials needed: 
Student workbook, 1 1/2 binder and tabs.





The Life & Hymns of Martin Luther
6th-12th
11:00-11:55
Teacher: Jonelle Wilson
Fee: $40 (includes Hymns of Martin Luther and copies of materials)

This year marks the 500th anniversary of Martin Luther's posting of his Ninety-Five Thesis to the door of the Castle Church in Wittenberg, Germany. Little did he know how it would be used of God to awaken the church and transform the Western world. The hymns Luther wrote were saturated with Holy Scripture. Each week we will travel back in time to 16th century Germany as we read a chapter in When Lightening Struck! The Story of Martin Luther, and learn one of his hymns so that the Word of God might come to dwell richly in our hearts as we study this great hero of the faith.

Homework: 
If students miss class, they will be required to read the chapter covered and fill in the history timeline at home.

Other materials needed: 
When Lightening Struck! The Story of Martin Luther. 





Jesus In the Spotlight
6th-9th
12:45-1:40
Teacher: Lisa Ogley
Fee: $20

Using Kay Arthur's Jesus In the Spotlight, we will learn to study the Bible using the inductive study method.

Homework: 
Daily, four times per week.





In Search of Logic--Speaking to Debate
7th-9th
11:00-11:55
Teacher: Carla Howe
Assistants: Shelly Wineriter & Serena Varley
Fee: $30

This class will take junior high students through speech in front of an audience, presenting monologues with a partner, conducting solid and thorough research and making cogent, reasoned arguments with a partner in a debate setting. Throughout the year, students will study logical fallacies in order to learn how to make compelling arguments while avoiding logical traps. Research and debate topics will cover historical problems. 

Homework: 
Students will have homework every week, which will include logic assignments, monologue or speech preparation, or research assignments in preparation for debates. Students will often be expected to work with a partner outside of class--whether through video conferencing or through an in-person meeting.





Physical Science Lab
7th-9th
9:00-9:55
Assistant: Martha Testerman
Fee: $25

This will be the lab only portion of the Apologia Physical Science curriculum. We will cover approximately one chapter every two weeks to complete the book in one year. Graded material will include: lab reports, classroom participation, and classroom behavior. There will not be graded quizzes or tests--those should be done at home; however, reading assignments must be done before each lab class, as the experiments will depend on familiarity with the principles involved.

Homework: 
Read the textbook, complete tests at home.

Other materials needed: 
Safety goggles, notebook paper, three ring binder, two 2-pocket folders, Apologia Physical Science textbook.





Essay Writing
Grades 7-9
12:45-1:40
Teacher: Marybeth Qualey
Fee: $20

In this writing intensive class, students will learn to write an essay. We will work on organizing ideas, writing a topic sentence, developing supporting sentences and paragraphs, editing, and utilizing correct punctuation and grammar. We will discuss how to add research to an essay, how to cite sources, and if time permits, tackle a research paper. The goal in this class will be to make essay writing less intimidating, to give students practical step to move through the process and to have fun! Yes, writing an essay really can be fun.

Homework: 
Students should expect homework, mostly writing assignments. Students should be prepared to spend 2 to 3 hours writing outside of class; to include paragraph writing, editing, journal writing an reading relative to his/her essay topic.





Art Lab I
7th-12th
1:45-2:405
Teacher: Carrie Sandblom
Fee: $55

   In this beginner art class, students will start the year with art elements such as texture, value, and contrast, working in pencil. Next, basic mark making techniques in pen will be learned and students will create a value and pattern self portrait. After Christmas break, we move into color theory with water colors and end the year designing a fantastic map. Each week class will start off with our monthly masters series for art appreciation. The curriculum used will be Artistic Pursuits Highschool--Elements of Art and Composition, and Artistic Pursuits Highschool--Color and Composition" 

Homework: 
Students should be prepared to spend an hour on the assigned project each week. There may be occasional short video lessons to watch or artwork to view online.

Other materials needed: 
Small binder or folder for handouts, large sheet of poster board (for folding into a portfolio) or a simply portfolio for storing work, and basic school supplies (scissors, glue stick, ruler).






Mapping the World With Art:
Geography, Cartography, Art, History of Exploration
7th-10th
12:45-1:40
Teacher: Carrie Sandblom
Fee: $40

There are three parts to this class. First, a two page history lesson each week that will tell the story of cartography from ancient Mesopotamia up through the discovery of Antarctica in the late 1800's. Second, step by step drawing lessons for each of the history lessons will be given. Last, extra activities, including review worksheets, group names, historical crafts, art projects, and links to online videos will be used. For a final project, students will draw a map of the world from memory. The curriculum used will be Mapping the World With Art by Ellen McHenry, as well as other resources.

Other Materials Needed: 
These supplies will total $35-$40 and include a metal compass, geography coloring book, and a few other things






Why I Believe
(one semester)
8th-12th
1:45-2:40
Fee: $7

This is an apologetic series to address your "honest doubts" and most pivotal questions about the claims of the Christian faith -- what happens when we die? Can miracles be explained? Is there really a God?





High School A Capella Voice Ensemble
8th-12th
9:00-9:55
Teacher: David Borchers
Fee: $15

Students will learn to blend their voices using the traditional S-A-T and S-A- T-B formats without accompaniment.  Emphasis will be placed on reading basic staff notation and voice/part memorization.  This class is intended for those who enjoy singing, having prior singing experience, and are able to sing along with traditional harmonization techniques.  This is not an introductory music class.  Mini-concerts may be arranged during the second semester.





Economics
9th-12th
10:00-10:55
Teacher: Ken Duguay
Fee: $64.95 (for text and review pack)

Students will learn Biblical teachings about economics from the Old and New Testaments and current, local, US, and world economies. The curriculum emphasizes the contrast between command economics and free-markets. The course will help students understand both microeconomics and macroeconomics. They will learn economic terms from supply and demand to GDP and the Consumer Price Index giving students tools to understand what they hear in the news and to make wise economic decisions.

Curriculum Used: 
Exploring Economics by Ray Notgrass

Homework: 
Read one lesson each day (five lessons per week) and be prepared to have meaningful discussions in class. Each class will highlight important points from the week's lessons. Class time will highlight important points and discuss how they affect the economies of today. Because of limited class time, testing will be the responsibility of the parent. Tests and answer keys will be provided for the parent.





Constitutional Literacy
9th-12th
1:45-2:40
Teacher: Kelly Hart
Fee: $45 (includes the workbook)

This course brings the US Constitution to life for modern Americans by examining these questions: What does the Constitution actually say? What does it mean? What were the Founders' intentions for this document? How is it being interpreted to shape our laws and way of life? This class will fulfill one full credit. (Note: Two chapters will deal with abortion and homosexual rights.)

Homework: 
2-3 hours per week.





Interpersonal Skills
9th-12th 
(preference to upper grades)
12:45-1:40
Teacher: Codie Chevalier
Fee: $25

  Interpersonal skills are required on a daily basis and can make the difference in friendships, workplace, and anywhere we go.  In this course, students will learn tools and techniques for improved listening and communication.  They will gain increased self-awareness in how they are perceived by others as well as better considering where others are coming from.  The first part of this course will involve study of How to Win Friends and Influence People by Dale Carnegie (book included in the course fee). The second part of the class will involve discussion of personality, personality type, specifically Myers-Briggs. Additionally, students will learn the importance and Biblical reasons for setting and respecting boundaries.  This class is discussion heavy, and students will be expected to come to class ready to participate with thoughts, ideas, questions, and respectful responses towards others. 

Homework: 
Involves reading, responsive writing, and will start before the first day of Co-op (email will be sent over the summer). 

Please Note: Reading and writing are integral to the discussion portion of this class; therefore, if a student is not completing homework, a discussion with parents will happen. If there continues to be a struggle with this, the student may be asked to withdraw from the class without a refund.





Bible
9th-12th
10:00-10:55
No Fee

First Semester will cover a study on the book of Philippians. Second semester will be "The 7 C's of Life," which focuses on the types of life situations we find ourselves in and how to have a godly approach to them. The 7 C's are Clocks (how we spend our time), Communication, Conflict, Cash (how to handle money), Christ (personal spiritual life and habits), Couples (appropriate view of self and others of the opposite sex), Character (what it looks like to live out our stated relationship with Christ to a watching world) and Community (how we relate with the world that is outside ourselves, particularly focused on the world outside the church). 





I Don't Have Enough Faith To Be An Atheist
9th-12th
10:00-10:55
Teacher: David Borchers
Fee: $35

In Apologia's 14-session companion study to Norman Geisel and Frank Turek's book, teens tackle questions about absolute truth, postmodernism, and moral relativism. Chapters note which pages to read in the book, main chapter objectives, key topics, key terms to define, profiles of well-known thinkers, discussion questions, and exercises that encourage personal reflection while building writing skills. The primary lesson content is divided into four sections that include warm-ups, opportunities to dig deeper into the book, independent assignment and a summary/application section.

Homework: 
Weekly assignments: papers, presentations, or oral reports; 1-2 hours in addition to text and workbook reading.





Career Exploration
9th-12th
(first semester only)
9:00-9:55
Teacher: Pam Newhook
No Fee

So, what do you want to do after you graduate? Not sure yet, or just starting to plan? Come and join us as we host professionals from various life vocations and learn about "A day in the life of," education requirements, and the many different options to stimulate your mind to think (challenge) you to possible new ventures!





Art Lab Returns
9th-12th
(Prerequisite: Art Lab 1)
11:00-11:55
Teacher: Carrie Sandblom
Fee: $60 

($40 if student has Prismacolor Premier 24+ pc. colored pencil set)
In this intermediate art class for the serious student, we will pick up where we left off in Art Lab 1. The year will begin with charcoal drawing followed by work in pan pastel. After Christmas break students will learn more about the principles of design using watercolor paints. The year will end with a unit on colored pencils. There will be short art appreciation studies most weeks at the beginning of class. 

Homework: 
Approximately 1.5 hours per week on the assigned project that will be based on the lessons we learned in class. There may be short video lessons to watch from time to time. 

Other materials needed: 
From the previous year, the students will again need a sketchbook, pencil box with pencils, sharpener, vinyl eraser, brushes, roll of painter's tape, water color paint set, ultra fine point Sharpie pen, poster board portfolio, glue stick, scissors, ruler.





High School Drama
9th-12th 
(8th graders considered)
12:45-1:40
Teacher: Jenn Stringer
Assistants: Hana Testerman & Elijah Stringer
Fee: $25

This drama class will be held for all high school grades and mature 8th graders. The first semester will be spent learning the basics of acting, including projection, using the stage, working in groups, improvisation, basic memorization, and other skills integral to acting. The second semester will focus on learning and memorizing a play. Students who take this class must be diligent and committed to learn their lines and participate in the production. Please do not sign your child up for this class if they do not wish to memorize or act in front of an audience. Students will be responsible for their own costumes. The purpose of this class will be to encourage students to embrace their creativity while learning to work as a team and to become more confident in front of an audience. 

Homework: 
Memorization of lines; character preparation, skit brainstorming, small impromptu exercises.





World Literature
9th-12th 
(high achieving 8th graders accepted)
11:00-11:55
Fee: $35

Good literature reflects the human experience, provides superior entertainment, and is hard work. The classics are demanding; they elicit greater attention and thoughtfulness from us than other books do. The classics take more work for us, but they produce more work from us in terms of essays and discussion. In this class, students will read literature from around the world, written at different points in history, will participate in classroom discussions about the reading, and will write essays on various topics relating to the literature. Although the literature will not necessarily be Christian literature, it will be taught with a Christian worldview. The reading will include: The Epic of Gilgamesh, Genesis, The Odyssey, The Prince (Machiavelli), Oedipus Rex, The Screwtape Letters, Macbeth, The Hiding Place, All Quiet On the Western Front, The Cost of Discipleship, and Mere Christianity. Students will also have weekly vocabulary lists and grammar studies in class, as well as quizzes on the reading.

Homework: 
Students can expect 1-2 hours of reading/writing each day. 

Other materials needed: 
Students will need copies of all of the books they will be reading.





Yearbook
10th-12th
12:45-1:40
Teacher: Kim Bouthiette
Teacher: Shelly Wineriter 
Fee: $15

  Students will work cooperatively and independently to photograph highlights of the year at co-op to complete a yearbook that represents the Lighthouse community. Using an online publishing program students will learn photography basics, page layout and design, strategies to make and meet goals or deadlines, editing techniques, and communication skills. Students are required to bring a laptop to class and work independently at home. Fee includes internet access through a provided hot spot. This class will be a .5 credit elective.

Homework: 
Approximately 1 hour per week.

Other materials needed: 
Notebook and laptop.





Life Skills
10th-12th
1:45-2:40
Teacher: Jenn Stratton
Fee: $20

The purpose of this course is to increase student knowledge and ability in skills necessary for everyday living. Topics included will be self-assessment, goal setting, self-government, post high school education, careers, employment, money management, banking, housing, insurance, medical care, first aid, nutrition, relationships, family dynamics, etiquette, finding a church, vehicle purchasing and care, basic home maintenance, organization, and more... There will be special emphasis on seeking advice through mentorship within the body of Christ. (More time will be spent on the topics requested by the students and their parents. Family matters of a personal nature will not be covered in this class.) 

Homework: 
Approximately 1 hour per week.





Constitution 101
11th-Adults (first semester only)
11:00-11:55
Teacher: Phil Markert
Teacher: Mary Markert
No Fee

Using Constitution 101: The Meaning & History of the Constitution, a Hillsdale college 10 part video course, the following lectures will be presented: 1) The American Founding; Revolutionary or Conservative? 2) The Theory of the Declaration & Constitution 3) The Problem of Majority Tyranny & The Necessity of Union 4) Consent of the Governed & The Separation of Powers 5) To Secure These Rights: Economics, Religion, and Character 6) Crisis of the Constitution: Slavery & Secession 7) The Progressive Rejection of the Principles of the Declaration 8) The Progressive Assault on the Constitution 9) The Administrative State Today 10) Modern Conservatism & The Constitution.

 



Moms In Prayer
For Moms
9:00-9:55
Assistant: Kelly White
No Fee

This is the time to come as joined forces to lift up our children.

 
 
 


 
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