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FULLER LODGE ART CENTER News
As the season warms up and life starts bursting forth, Fuller Lodge Art Center challenges you to explore your vulnerabilities.
The Art Center will host an exhibit called Naked between from May 18 – June 23. Strip away the mask, expose the hidden, and pare off the extra frills.
Uncover hidden beauty and help us come face to face with the world around us. All media are welcome. If you have questions, give Ken Nebel a call at 662-1635. Download the application at http://library.constantcontact.com/download/get/file/1103899759177-299/CFA_Naked_form.pdf
The team from Los Alamos competing in the FIRST Robotics Competition in Salt Lake City, had a fantastic day yesterday. People at the competetition were shocked to learn they are a rookie team. To watch the matches in real time, click on the link below.
The match schedule is below (Match, Time – all times Mountain Standard):
Pi-rates Amy Bartlett and Sharon Fogle, math teachers at LAMS, compare notes on how to measure eggs at Tuesday’s Pi Day event. Photo by TK Thompson/ladailypost.com
New Mexico Public Education Department Secretary-designate Hanna Skandera was a special guest at Los Alamos Middle School for the fourth annual PI Day to celebrate the birthday of Albert Einstein.
Secretary Hanna Skandera creates a mask at Pi Day. Photo by TK Thompson/ladailypost.com
Skandera expressed enthusiasm for the staff’s effort to celebrate math in such a fun fashion.
Los Alamos Public Schools Board Secretary
By Kirsten Laskey
An idea was planted in a Los Alamos Middle School (LAMS) classroom and through the efforts of community organizations such as the Juvenile Justice Advisory Board (JJAB), has sprouted into a full-fledged program – the Los Alamos Youth Food Project.
Photo: Sylvan Argo by Greg Kendall/ladailypost.com
The program continued to germinate during Tuesday night’s Los Alamos Board of Education meeting as members unanimously approved a memorandum of agreement to provide a piece of land on the middle school grounds for the program’s community garden.
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The Los Alamos Board of Education held an election of officers during Tuesday night’s meeting.
Kevin Honnel was elected president.
Dawn Venhaus is vice president.
Melanie McKinley is the new board secretary.
The remaining two board members include:
The source of inspiration for the show and some of the pieces. TK Thompson/ladailypost.com
Monday’s Dale Chihuly Art Exhibit at Pinon Elementary School in White Rock revealed a wealth of talent within the local student community.
The event wasn’t an exhibit of renowned artist Chihuly’s work, but he served as an inspiration to the students to create artworks resembling his style.
Students used a plastic sheet media that could be softened in warm water and bent into any desired shape, which was then painted/stained using special colored materials.
Pinon Art Teacher Stephanie
Plants begin to sprout during an educational project getting underway at the Espanola YMCA. Courtesy Photo
Spring is on its way and that means the Espanola YMCA Teen Center, operated by the Los Alamos Family YMCA, is preparing to begin its annual Go-Green-Go! environmental project.
Youth will have the opportunity to learn about agriculture and the importance of preserving natural resources.
The teens also will gain hands-on experience through growing their choice of vegetation during the summer months.
At the end of the cycle, the novice farmers harvest their vegetation to give to a friend,
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