Friday, June 20, 2014

Dr. Karen Jensen on Monday, June 23 at 7 pm Grace Bible Church Roseville

Do your friends have questions about God, science, or the Bible? 

On Monday, June 23 at 7:00 p.m., come hear biologist Dr. Karen Jensen, as she answers, biblically and scientifically, the question, "Why do bad things happen in God's creation?," revealing the true origin of poisonous snakes, spiders, thorns, and other broken parts of our fallen world.

Dr. Karen Jensen earned her PhD in biology from Loma Linda University, specializing in plant fossils. She has taught elementary, high school, and college level science and helped to develop the ICR Creation & Earth History Museum in San Diego

Invite your friends and family to hear her unique presentation linking Genesis 1-3 in a very comprehensive and logical progression linking it to today’s fallen world.

Also, please keep praying for Naomi Johnston as she is still in the hospital healing from surgery from a sore on her foot and the doctors will be deciding on Monday what to do next.

In Christ,
Chuck and Sandy Yarbrough

We are a network of clubs in the greater Sacramento Area dedicated to the equipping of believers and providing answers particularly from the Book of Beginnings: Genesis. We meet monthly in local churches offering presentations from guest speakers, Club members and DVDs utilizing God’s Word on topics pertinent to Biblical Creation and Creation Science. Anyone interested is welcome to join us at one of our locations.
For more information, contact: 
Chuck and Sandy Yarbrough, 916-922-7906

Rocklin Has Talent Audition July 26, 2014

Visit this link for more information and to register!  Finals are August 15th

Save the Date! Women's Retreat October 10-12th, 204

Beverly Bradley of Family Ministries invites you to the Northern California Women's Retreat! 
Strength for Today...
Bright Hope for Tomorrow...

Diamond Arrow Christian Retreat Center
Nevada City, CA.

MORE DETAILS TO COME!  There will be special breakout sessions specifically for homeschool moms.

Ephesians 1:18-20 "I pray also that the eyes of your heart may be enlightened in order that you may know the hope to which he has called you, the riches of his glorious inheritance in the saints and his incomparably great power for us who believe.  That power is like the working of his mighty strength which he exerted in Christ when he raised him from the dead..."
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Lincoln, Inspire Academy, supplemental academic and enrichment classes

Inspire Learning Academy Inc.

Welcome to our homeschool support community; we're glad you are here!

We offer supplemental academic and enrichment classes for homeschooled elementary, junior high, and high school students.

Bridgeway Homeschool Classes Begin August 18th

Do you homeschool?  Are you looking for a support community?  Bridgeway Homeschool Support Group was formed to educate, encourage and support homeschooling families in our area.  We also facilitate educational and enrichment classes on Monday and Wednesdays for those families a part of the Bridgeway Support Group.  If you are interested in your child participating in classes and/or being a part of our homeschooling community, go to  Check out the class schedule and click on “Homeschool Support” under the Resource tab to find out what it means to be a part of the Bridgeway Homeschool Support group.  Registration for classes are open and are filling up fast, so don’t wait to contact teacher directly for prices and availability.


Placer County Youth Orchestra Summer Chamber Music Boot Camp

Placer County Youth Orchestra

    ~Summer Chamber Music Boot Camps ~
 one of our best events of the year

June 23-28 Concert June 27 - camp#1
July 14-19 Concert July 18 - Camp #2

Valley Springs Presbyterian Church 

Classes run daily from 10:00-4:00 with a concert on Friday evening. Saturday students will participate in morning workshops and then have an afternoon of celebration of accomplishment at the Rocklin Water Park

So then…What are the benefits of Chamber Boot Camp?

***Summer is a great time to hone down skills and become a better musician.
In the summer it is possible to give the time and attention to concentrated playing that the rest of the school year doesn’t always afford while still giving time for vacation and relaxation from the weekly grind of the regular year. Boot camp helps allow for vacation without losing your, “chops” and in fact gaining skills.

***Boot camp is very important for those wanting to move up to the next level whether going from beginner to intermediate or intermediate to regular PCYO, moving from second to first violin (or forward in general). It also affords our most advanced students to work on leadership skills as well as chamber opportunities.

***Community, musical identity and friendship becomes very defined and developed during the boot camp weeks. This is very important to musical development. We hope to use the boot camp this year to seed future smaller chamber groups that can go on throughout the year.

After doing these camps for three years now, I am so convinced that they are one of the best ways to help our musicians develop. I enjoy every day we spend not just for the musical fun we have, but also for the growth I see in each and every student.

For more information please email me at  phone: (916) 624-7610     

Grace Classical Academy Math and Science Classes 2014/2015

Grace Classical Academy Math and Science Classes 2014/2015

Rigorous classroom based learning from a Christian perspective...

 More Information

Saturday, June 14, 2014

High School Graduation Requirements by State

FYI.  Here is a link to high school graduation requirements, by state.  Thank for the information Sylvia!

Virtual Math and Spanish Tutoring with Local Mom Maggi Beardsley

I will be offering virtual math and Spanish tutoring in the fall for 30 and 60 minute sessions-stay home, use your own curriculum and pipe me in via FaceTime or phone and vitual ap!  More to come later!


Maggi Beardsley


Grace Classical Academy Fall Classes

Check out upcoming Fall schedule and classes through Grace Christian Academy

FreeFlow Academy Adventure Camp Ages 12+

CHECK OUT OUR ADVENTURE CAMP AUGUST 4 - 8 in and around Placer county!

Adventure is Here

Free Flow Academy opts for Exploration


Outdoor camps that take you to off the grid training locations! 

ADVENTURE CAMP – Placer County - $225

We have space for 16 participants ages 12 and older!  One Parent accompanying their child receive FREE registration. 

We meet at Free Flow Academy every weekday morning at 8am and are shuttled to a different training location each day!  First day will be at Free Flow Academy for learning the basics of wilderness training, safety orientation, and skill building. 

We return to Free Flow Academy at 3:30pm for pickup. 

Offered week of 8/4/14 - 8/8/14


PureWind Studios Sign Up by June 15

This is the week to sign up!

" unforgettable week of growing musical skills and friendships by the lake..."

NewSong Camp includes
​Choir, Orchestra, Chamber, Improvisation
Open Mic Performances
Songwriting, Theory, Conducting, Ear Training

Mini Camp: ages 7+, beginning levels
Main Camp: teens and adults, advancing levels

Info & registration:


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Freefall Stage Summer Boot Camps and Auditions


Free Fall Stage


2 Week Summer Theatre Boot Camp 

coming NEXT 


Monday-Thursday 12-2PMJune 16th-June 26th

AGES: 6 to 17 years

"Focusing on how to make a character real for an audience through the use of foundational theatrical techniques and training to use the body as an instrument and getting "self" out of the way - while having fun and
developing relationships with like-minded  artists.

Class tailored to the skills and experience of students enrolled.


Tuition $200.00

(discounts for siblings)

Drop in: 25.00 per day

Please register via e-mail or phone 916-207-5606

Maximum Enrollment: 15 

One week boot camp coming in July! 

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 2 Adult male roles left to fill for


Rehearsals begin June 17th.





C.S. Lewis' older brother, Warnie - age 40's H

arry Harrington, Oxford Chaplain - age 40's +


Please feel free to forward 

to those you think may be interested

byWilliam Nicholson

Audition is Cold-Read 

 Must be able to perform a believable British Accent


 August 8 to September 21

-Rehearsals will tentatively be M, T, W, F, and Saturdays evenings from 6:30-9/9:30. Schedule is subject to change.


Based on a true story, C.S. Lewis is a world-renowned writer and professor. Unmarried, he leads a gentleman's life filled by intellectual pursuits, until he meets Joy Gresham. Joy is a feisty, abrasive, intelligent New York divorcee whose sharp-edged, no-nonsense attitudes take Lewis by surprise. Bursting unexpectedly into Lewis's world, Joy shocks his associates and awakens him to deep emotions he has written about, but never experienced. Slowly he opens his heart to this woman, and experiences love on a whole new level. But life is made up of delicate balances, and Lewis must confront a difficult truth: "that a heart awakened to great love is also opened to great pain."



Auditions for  Oscar Wilde's

The Canterville Ghost

                  (performing October/Nov) 

   Auditioning in June/July DATE coming soon!


Hiram B. Otis:  The American Minister to the Court of St. James.

Lord Canterville: The owner of Canterville Chase, who moved his family out of the home when the haunting by the ancestral ghost became too much.

Mrs. Lucretia "Lucy" Otis: had been a celebrated New York belle, is now a very handsome, middle-aged woman, with fine eyes, and a superb profile.

Miss Virginia Otis:  A kind, quiet, polished, but slightly tomboy-ish young woman of 15

Washington Otis:  Virginia's older brother; wears gardenia button-holes.

Samuel and Stanley Otis:  Twin sons of Hiram and Lucy-Nick-named Stars & Stripes

Mrs. Umney:  The Chase housekeeper, an older woman who, usually, ignores the ghost

Sir Simon De Canterville: the ghost

Cecil, The Duke of Cheshire: A young British gentleman who wants to court Virginia


Synopsis: Adapted from the short story, the Canterville 

Ghost takes 

place in an old English country house, Canterville Chase, which has 

all the accoutrements of a traditional haunted house. Descriptions 

of the wainscoting, the library panelled in black oak, and the armour 

in the hallway characterize the Gothic setting. Wilde mixes the 

macabre with comedy, juxtaposing devices from traditional English 

ghost stories such as creaking floorboards, clanking chains, and 

ancient prophecies with symbols of contemporary American 


Wilde used a myriad of comic sources to shape his story. 

Thomas De Quincey's "Murder Considered as One of the Fine 

Arts," a satirical essay, is one apparent source. Wilde would 

also have been aware of Jane Austen's Northanger Abbey 

(1818), a parody of the Gothic novel so popular in the early 

nineteenth century. Finally, Wilde's own experience on the 

lecture circuit in the United States undoubtedly helped him

 ridicule stereotypical American behavior. Indeed, one of the 

major themes in the story is the culture clash between a 

sixteenth-century English ghost and a late nineteenth-century 

American family. But the story also examines the disparity 

between the public self and the private self, a theme to which

 Wilde would return again in his later writings. 


Auditions for A Charlie Brown Thanksgiving will be in August - stay tuned!!!


All classes and auditions held at our rented performance facility @ 800 Reading Street, in Folsom.  Email us with questions, to register, receive an audition form, send head shots and resumes and for more information on specific roles to be cast.

FreeFall Stage 

A 501c3 non-profit organization: 

"Community Theatre with a Spirit of Excellence"


Creativity Alive Art and Japanese Classes for Fall 2014

Hello, Parents

I quickly updated the class schedule for fall. No change for Friday classes.
Please visit my website
Please email me for registration.
I look forward to hearing from you.
Thank you.
Yuko Ray

Online Faith Based Academy

Note from Heily:  I received this information about this online school but wasn’t sure if it was Christian based or not.  I wrote the school to ask and this is the response I received…FYI…


We are a faith based organization. Our school started almost 30 years ago as an independent study program and has grown now to 5 campus locations in Georgia. Five years ago we started the Online school to meet the needs of those students who were not able to go to the campuses every week. We are not affiliated with a church or denomination and we accept students of all ages and backgrounds from around the world. All of our curriculum will have references to biblical truths. Most of it comes directly from Alpha Omega educational materials.

Thank You,


Don Stoll



Faith Academy ONLINE

Ph 877-316-6925

Fax 877-453-5948


Date: Wed, 11 Jun 2014 07:25:22 -0400
Subject: Online High School - Enroll Today!

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City on the Hill / ages 14-18 / become mock legislators

This is an excellent program!   See attached documents for more information.  If interested, contact Danielle.


I wanted to take a moment to let you know about a program for high school students offered by Capitol Resource Institute.


Now in its 27th year, this outstanding program has helped train young leaders in the legislative and political processes.

During the week-long conference Christian students aged 14-18 from all across California become mock legislators. They carry real legislation being debated that year in the actual legislature. While busy passing their bills through committee hearings, and debating legislation in floor sessions, they must also contend with the political aspect of governing as they run for party leadership.

No where else can young Christians obtain such hands-on training for the political and governing arenas. The apex of the conference is the final day, when students debate their bills on the floor of the California legislature.

In addition to the legislative training, students receive world view training, hearing edifying speakers from many different walks of life. Students are also encouraged in their walk with the Lord as they attend daily worship services and Bible studies.

Every year both students and staff leave City with a passion to return home and change the world for Christ. Perhaps the greatest testament to City's impact is the students who return year after year to continue honing their skills. So empowering is City, many families send all of their children.

Students forge lifelong friendships with other young people who share their values, each student will gain a greater understanding of their government. This knowledge will equip them to be informed and engaged voters, holding their elected officials accountable.

Mark your calendar --> CRI's annual City on the Hill Youth Leadership Conference will take place July 15-20, 2014.

To learn more about the conference and download an application, visit Cost of the conference is $400. Scholarships are available. 

Check out this short promo video:

Attached is a flier and our application. Please feel free to contact me with any questions you might have. I would be more than happy to assist you.



Danielle Cullum
Capitol Resource Institute