The Grocery Cart- During the month of January go to Louisville’s Family Scholar House. Their mission is to end the cycle of poverty and transform community by empowering families and youth to succeed in education and achieve life-long sufficiency. Most needed items include: paper towels, toilet paper, feminine hygiene products, soup, ramen noodles, tuna, mac ‘n cheese, peanut butter, crackers, spaghetti noodles & sauce, canned fruits and vegetables.
Enrollment for the Harvey Browne Preschool 2020-2021 school year is underway with first priority going to HBPres members. If you have a preschooler ages two and a half through kindergarten we hope that you will contact Amy Squires at 502-895-2577 or visit the preschool website at www.harveybrownepreschool.org to learn more about our NAEYC accredited program and our highly qualified and dedicated teachers and staff. If you would like to arrange a tour or have any questions, please do not hesitate to call!
Recycling at HBPres–Even though there are no longer clothes donations at HBPres, you can recycle shoes and current magazines in bins in front of the Living Room. The drop closet also contains a mini-recycling center for new and used greeting cards (ex: Christmas cards), batteries, cell phones, eyeglasses, ink cartridges and used candles. Thanks again. Hunger-Justice Ministry.
Harvey Browne Parents’ Day Out Program- The PDO will begin registration for the 2020-2021 school year for members of Harvey Browne Presbyterian Church on January 7. Church members are guaranteed a place in the school during the priority registration period. The priority registration period ends January 30. If you would like to receive a registration form, you would like to take a tour, or you have questions, please contact Julie Rousseau in the PDO office at 896-1791 ext. 119. Registration forms will be located in the church office and at the visitor center.
Harvey’s Helpers- Harvey’s Helpers will meet from 9:00 AM-12:00 PM on Mondays through the end of February. There are many projects that can use skills of all kinds and levels.
Chili Cook-off- Is your chili “THE BEST”? Are you sure? The only way to know is to enter it into the HBPres Chili Cook-off! Even if you just want to make something delicious, sign up today by contacting Jim Boswell or Margaret Lindsey. The cook-off will be held on Wednesday, January 22, 2020!
Pizza & Movie Night- Join us as we have pizza and a movie on the big screen in Emory Hall! This HBKids event will be held on Saturday, January 25 at 5:00 PM. Questions may go to Terry Hargrave.
Harvey Browne Preschool’s FUNdraiser- Our event will be held on Sunday, January 26 from 4:30-7:00 PM. We invite everyone to join us for this Family Fun event including bounce houses, face painting, balloon creations, games, cookie decorating, a dance party, lots of food and a silent auction. Tickets are available now at https://www.accelevents.com/e/HBPSfamilyfunday2020. We can’t wait to see you at this event!
Booktalk- will be held on January 28 at 11:30 AM in 209 and will review The House of Unexpected Sisters by Alexander McCall Smith.
Harvey Browne Parents’ Day Out Program- The PDO has begun registration for the 2020-2021 school year for members of Harvey Browne Presbyterian Church. Church members are guaranteed a place in the school during the priority registration period. The priority registration period ends January 30. If you would like to receive a registration form, you would like to take a tour, or you have questions, please contact Julie Rousseau in the PDO office at 896-1791 ext. 119. Registration forms will be located in the church office and at the visitor center.
Mosaic Art Project between HBPres & Korean Church-Everyone is invited to a brainstorming session that will occur weekly on Sundays beginning on February 2, 2020 from 1:00-3:00 PM in Eline Hall. Mosaic artist and Presbyterian Mission Agency graphic designer Anne Walker has been invited as well. Bring your imagination and a spirit of cooperation, and we can build something beautiful together! Questions may go to Paul Huh at: email@example.com
Bookanalia- will be held at 6:30 PM on February 19 in Room 209. Discussion will be led by Nancy Pollock and Dee Pregliasco about The Woman’s Hour: The Great Fight to Win the Vote by Elaine Weiss. This is a non-fiction account of the dramatic fight in 1920 for the last state needed to pass the 19th Amendment. Join us whether you have read the book or not.