Adult Education Open House on tap
Mineral County Adult Education will be hosting an open house at the Adult Education room at 751 A Street in Mineral County School District Arlo K. Funk District Services Center, Room 39 from 5:30 until 7 p.m. on May 1. All former adult education students, all current adult education students and those who are interested in the adult education program here in Hawthorne are invited to attend.
The services of this program will be discussed, simple refreshments will be served and gifts will be given.
Please join us to learn what the adult education program offers. We encourage those who have used this program to come and share how it has helped you and others can benefit.
Armory building community cleanup
With the Boys & Girls Club gearing up soon for their summer programs, a community cleanup has been organized to tackle the backyard of the Armory Building, located on the corner of Armory and 9th Streets. Please plan to attend from 9 a.m. to noon, keeping in mind that the more volunteers the faster the workload can be achieved. You are asked to bring your own gardening tools such as trowels, shovels, outside brooms and gloves, as tumbleweeds and sand have overtaken the facilities yard area. A concentration to uncovering the walkways, basketball court and creating a corner garden will be the effort of this volunteer workday.
Future projects will be to create safe outdoor furniture seating for the club kids and raising money for a secure, shading structure.
AFD anthem tryouts Saturday
Vocal Tryouts for the Armed Forces Day National Anthem will be held Saturday, April 28 at 10:30 a.m. at the Armory Building, also known as the Boys and Girls Club facility. Please be prepared to sing the National Anthem a-cappella (without accompaniment) or with provided CD. An information sign-up sheet will be provided so the final candidate can be notified.
MC Motorheads tailgate dinner tomorrow
The Mineral County Motorheads (MCM) will be participating in a tailgating dinner on Friday, April 27 at 6 p.m. Bring out your rides, your personal dinner items, folding chairs and enjoy the fun while meeting under the awning at Patriot Park.
Meetings are now held as a noon lunch at the El Capitan, held on the second Saturday of every month. This is a no-dues club, with custom t-shirts available for ordering. The MCM plans to expand their summer cruises to include location drives throughout Mineral County and beyond.
Rides are not limited to classics, but include motorcycles, specialty vehicles such as off-roaders or ATV’s and other motorized drivers. The MCM’s motto is all about the ride, because they say, “You Know if You’re A Motorhead”.
Parent/Child dance set for Friday night
Join the Hawthorne Junior High Dream Team at this Friday’s Father/Daughter – Mother/Son – Bring Your Favorite Adult Dance. The dance will be held at the junior high gym, on Friday, April 27 beginning at 6:30 p.m. Music will be provided by Tyler Viani and the cost is $5 per person.
Families are asked to bring a potluck dish/treat to share. Due to popular demand the dance (which was originally only for 6th, 7th and 8th grade students) is now open to the public. Contact Kathy Trujillo at 316-0388 if you have questions.
Sod the School event slated May 4
The Hawthorne Junior High School Dream Team, in cooperation with Mineral County School District’s Maintenance Department and Sierra ECO will place sod at Mineral County High School on Friday, May 4. Almost 10,000 square feet of sod will need to be planted in front of the high school. The sod will arrive at 8 a.m. and volunteers, clubs, lodges and organizations are asked to help complete this task. Students will be eligible to earn community service hours or extra credit in some classes.