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The Gonzaga Mothers Club is open to mothers and guardians of Gonzaga Students, and those friends and benefactors of the School 
who wish to participate in or contribute to the Mothers Club Activities.
The Mothers Club sponsors several activities at Gonzaga, including Freshmen and transfer students parents luncheon, Christmas Gala, 
the Mother-Son Mass, and get acquainted parties around the Metro area.

The GMC meets on the second Wednesday of the month in the Lower Commons / cafeteria 
The Social @ 6:30, Meeting @ 7:00 pm
Please bring donations for the McKenna CenterWSG to any meeting.
 



   

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GMC News & Announcements

  • THE 2016 GALA PROGRAM IS HERE
    To view the 2016 Gala Program, click on the cover photo below.

    2016 Gala Program




    Posted Nov 30, 2016, 7:00 AM by GMC Webmaster
  • GMC News 11/29/16
    GMC E-Blast

    Christmas Cards & Treats

    Wednesday, Dec. 7th 

     
    Please sign up using this SignUp Genius Link
     
    We are in need of many Christmas cards, donated treats and a few volunteers to help supervise the boys while they write messages in the Christmas cards and to distribute the treats.  Cards will then be distributed to several nursing homes to residents whom otherwise may not receive a Christmas Card.
     
    A huge to THANK YOU to everyone that volunteered at the Open House and those that signed up to give gifts to our Adopt-a-Families, both had a wonderful turnout.  

    In 4 days...SOMEONE IS GOING TO WIN $25,000!
     WILL IT BE YOU?


    Right now, 435 tickets have been sold, 
    so you have a 1-in-435 chance of winning $25,000.
    Online Sales will end at noon on Friday Dec. 2nd - BUY NOW 

    Don't miss out on your chance to win  BUY TICKETS NOW!

    Upcoming Events

    11/29-30 - Gala Program Distribution - during lunch periods
    12/02 - Gala Setup Volunteer here
    12/03 - "Nutcracker Suite on Eye Street" Gala 6:30pm
    12/04 - Freshman Retreat Training 11:30-2pm
    12/07 - Christmas Cards and Treats - Sign up here
    12/09 - Ignation Reflection & Prayer Group 8am - JDR

    The 35th Anniversary Christmas Gala 
    “Nutcracker Suite on Eye Street”
    Saturday, December 3, 2016

     
    • Preview Auction Items Online here
    • Purchase your chance to play Heads or Tails at the Gala here
    • Purchase a spot at Parties with a Purpose here
    • Purchase Gala Merchandise here
    • Sign up here to volunteer 
    • Gala set up day - Fri. December 2nd, 8am - 4pm - ALL HANDS ON DECK!
    • Work the night of the Gala - Saturday, Dec. 3rd.
      • Auction Spotter
      • Check out or runner
      • Auction Table Monitors
      • Dinner Table Hostesses
      • Sell Merchandise Night of Gala
    Questions? Contact 
    Kathy Kirvan, Andrea Mellado, Kimberly Notarianni
      gala2016@gonzagagala.org 

    Ignatian Reflection and Prayer Group 

    Please join us for the next session:
    Friday, December 9th
    8:00 - 9:00 am in the Jesuit Dining Room
     

    February 3-5, 2017 Retreat
    Ignatian Spirituality and The Joy of LoveLed by Martina O'Shea
    Meals and accommodations at the
     Bishop Claggett Retreat Ctr
    Friday evening - Sunday noon are included in a fee of $205. A $25 non refundable deposit will reserve your space. We hope that many can take the time in February for a reflective retreat with Martina and our Gonzaga moms. 
    Questions?
    Contact Anne Barsanti Griffith
     ignatianprayer@gonzagamothers.org

    McKenna Center Meals & Volunteers


    Volunteer! - There are still slots available

    From Now – March 31, the Center also provides overnight accommodations, a hot meal and a supportive environment to 20 men in the Hypothermia Program.  The goal of the program is to provide structure and skills to enable a man to move to either transitional or permanent housing at the end of the winter.

    The Gonzaga Mothers Club provides dinners and volunteers who heat, serve, cleanup and eat with the center's residents while sharing conversations.

    Freshman Retreat

    Gonzaga mothers play an important role in the success of this retreat, scheduled for the weekend of January 13-15, 2017. This is Martin Luther King weekend, and there are no classes on Friday. 
     
    This is a spiritual weekend for our freshman and a leadership opportunity for our upperclassmen. 

    SIGN UP HERE
    Questions? Contact Annmarie Edwards or Lisa Opipari-Arrigan
     freshmanretreat@gonzagamothers.org

    Want to know what is happening on Eye Street??


    Twitter follow:  @GonzagaHdMstr   @GonzagaMothers   @GonzagaGoodNews 

    Facebook like: Gonzaga Mothers Club    Gonzaga College High School

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    Posted Nov 29, 2016, 2:02 PM by GMC Webmaster
  • PEP Workshops through 12/13/16
     
     
    "Success is not final, failure is not fatal: it is the courage to continue that counts."
    — Winston Churchill
     
     
     
     

    The 2016 workshops are almost over! Get a PEP class in before the end of the year. Sign up now for these classes at PEPparent.org or call 301-929-8824.

     
     
     
     
    For all parents 
    Thursday, Dec 1 | 7:30 - 9:30 pm | Kensington
    Sometimes it feels like we care more about school and success than our kids do. What are the most effective ways to motivate children to work hard and strive for success?
    $35  |  $31.50 member

    Creating a Homework Habit
    For parents of 5-12 year olds
    Friday, Dec 2 | 10 am - noon | Kensington
    It's difficult to tell who dreads homework more -- parents or kids. In fact, homework is a part of life for both. Explore ways to make homework a routine and how to decrease the stress and arguments surrounding it. 
    $35  |  $31.50 member

    Open Forum Counseling
    "Turn That Thing Off!"
    For all parents and for children age 9 and up with a parent
    Sunday, Dec 4 | 6:30 - 8:30 pm | Kensington 
    Screens on televisions, computers and mobile devices are part of family life today. Do you wish your children would get off of their screens and instead help around the house, read or get more exercise? Watch as a trained Adlerian therapist works with a real family struggling with their own screen time issues and learn how you can make changes in your own family. Moderator: Barbara Fairfield, LCMFT, family therapist.
    $15 adult   | $5 child (9 & up) or $30 family  |  FREE for PEP members

    For parents of teen and tween girls
    Tuesday, Dec 13 | 7:30 - 9:30 pm | Kensington
    Body image, sexuality and stress are just a few of the issues. Learn about the developmental stages of teen girls and how to weather the emotional and behavioral storms.
    $35  |  $31.50 member

    Register here for any PEP class or workshop,

    or call 301-929-8824. Scholarships are available.

     
     
     
     
    10100 Connecticut Avenue, Kensington, MD 20895  |  301.929.8824  |  PEPparent.org
     
     
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    Posted Nov 28, 2016, 2:39 PM by GMC Webmaster
  • GMC E-blast 11/13/16
    GMC E-Blast

    Open House Volunteers Needed


    Sun. Nov. 20th 10am - 2pm
     
    We are again expecting a very large crowd and greatly appreciate your help.

    There are many areas that need volunteers in two shifts

    Please review and sign up using this SignUp Genius Link.  

    Thank you!

    Upcoming Events

    11/18 - Ignation Reflection & Prayer Group 8am - JDR
    11/20 - Gonzaga Open House 10am - 2pm Volunteers Needed
    11/20  - Gala Basket Wrapping 10am-2pm - Notarianni home
    11/28-12/2 - Gala Programs are handed out to the students
    11/29 - Gala Decorations workshop 6-8pm
    12/02 - Gala Setup Volunteer here
    12/03 - "Nutcracker Suite on Eye Street" Gala 6:30pm
    12/04 - Freshman Retreat Training 11:30-2pm - support by volunteering
    12/07 - Christmas Cards and Treats
    12/09 - Ignation Reflection & Prayer Group 8am - JDR
    https://docs.google.com/a/gonzagamothers.org/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLScbfgTBxkAJEnuzePc29RgKmDrWAJKEyNKCO8UBJEzSSg3_Qg/viewform

    Gonzaga Adopt a Family Program

    We are still in need of donors!   

    Please sign up SIGN-UP Form. 

    Thank you!  Your generosity will help make Christmas special for Gonzaga’s neighbors. 

    Questions? Contact Nori Buising secretary@gonzagamothers.org 
    or Donnie Green dgreen@gonzaga.org.

    Ignatian Reflection and Prayer Group 

    Please join us for the next session:
    Friday, November 18th
    8:00 - 9:00 am in the Jesuit Dining Room
    We are reading: What is Ignatian Spirituality? David Fleming, SJ 
    For session read from book these pages -  
    A Vision of Life, Work, Love pp. 1-5
    God Communicates in Many Ways pp. 43-47

    February 3-5, 2017 Retreat
    Ignatian Spirituality and The Joy of LoveLed by Martina O'Shea
    Meals and accommodations at the
     Bishop Claggett Retreat Ctr
    Friday evening - Sunday noon are included in a fee of $205. A $25 non refundable deposit will reserve your space. We hope that many can take the time in February for a reflective retreat with Martina and our Gonzaga moms. 
    Questions?
    Contact Anne Barsanti Griffith
     ignatianprayer@gonzagamothers.org

    Freshman Retreat

    Gonzaga mothers play an important role in the success of this retreat, scheduled for the weekend of January 13-15, 2017. This is Martin Luther King weekend, and there are no classes on Friday. 
     
    This is a spiritual weekend for our freshman and a leadership opportunity for our upperclassmen. 
    During the retreat weekend in January, we are looking for food servers for the boys' meals and the freshman parents' supperon Friday night. Our need is always greatest on Friday afternoon/evening shifts when we have a quick turnover from feeding the boys, cleaning up and preparing to serve freshman parents. This is also a time when we have no freshman parents available to serve.
    Freshman parents: please note that Friday evening you will be invited to take part in the retreat so please do not volunteer for this time slot. We also have openings for helpers on Saturday and Sunday - a great chance to see your sons or simply be a part of this great Gonzaga tradition.
    SIGN UP HERE
    Questions? Contact Annmarie Edwards or Lisa Opipari-Arrigan
     freshmanretreat@gonzagamothers.org

    The 35th Anniversary Christmas Gala 
    “Nutcracker Suite on Eye Street”
    Saturday, December 3, 2016

     
    Tuesday, Nov. 15th 
    Gala Meeting 6:30pm 
    Jesuit Dining Room
     

    Basket Wrapping Party

    Sunday, November 20th
    10am-2pm

    at Kimberly Notarianni's home
    8634 McHenry Street, Vienna, VA
    RSVP:  gala2016@gonzagagala.org
    • Purchase your tickets or purchase a ticket for a faculty member here
    • Purchase your chance to play Heads or Tails at the Gala here
    • Purchase a spot at Parties with a Purpose here
    • Purchase Gala Merchandise here
    • Sign up here to volunteer 
    • Gala set up - Thurs. December 1st - After School
    • Gala set up day - Fri. December 2nd, 8am - 4pm - ALL HANDS ON DECK!
    • Work the night of the Gala - Saturday, Dec. 3rd.
      • Auction Spotter
      • Check out or runner
      • Auction Table Monitors
      • Dinner Table Hostesses
      • Sell Merchandise Night of Gala
    Questions? Contact 
    Kathy Kirvan, Andrea Mellado, Kimberly Notarianni
      gala2016@gonzagagala.org 
    Please join us for Parent Speak
    A guided conversation of parent-selected topics that matter most to you!
    Tuesday, November 15, 2016
    8:30 - 9:00 am - Light Breakfast
    9:00 - 11:00 am - Conversation


    National Presbyterian School
    National Presbyterian Church - Stone Hall
    4121 Nebraska Avenue, NW, Washington, DC

    We invite all PCW member school parents to join in a moderated exchangediscussing ideas, concerns and tried-and-true tips for parenting at every age. 


    Possible discussion topics may include:
    Homework * Sports * Character Development  
    Cell Phones * Drug & Alcohol Use * Screen Time
    Healthy Relationships * Conflict Resolution


    Anything on your mind! - Please feel free to submit a question or topic for discussion in the comment field when you RSVP.
    Click here to RSVP
    Click here for events schedule
    November 15, 2016 @ 8:30-11am
    March 8, 2017 @ 8:30-11am
    April 12, 2017 @ 8:30-11am

    McKenna Center Meals & Volunteers


    Volunteer for this winter!

    The McKenna Center operates in the basement of St. Aloysius Church year-round, providing food, counseling and emergency assistance to those in need.  From November 1 – March 31, the Center also provides overnight accommodations, a hot meal and a supportive environment to 20 men in the Hypothermia Program.  The goal of the program is to provide structure and skills to enable a man to move to either transitional or permanent housing at the end of the winter.

    The Gonzaga Mothers Club provides dinners and volunteers who heat, serve, cleanup and eat with the center's residents while sharing conversations.

    Want to know what is happening on Eye Street??


    Twitter follow:  @GonzagaHdMstr   @GonzagaMothers   @GonzagaGoodNews 

    Facebook like: Gonzaga Mothers Club    Gonzaga College High School

    Instagram follow:  Gonzaga Good News
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    Questions? Contact Irene Zaso at communications@gonzagamothers.org
    Posted Nov 14, 2016, 4:04 PM by GMC Webmaster
  • GMC NOVEMBER NEWSLETTER
    GMC November Newsletter

    November Newsletter


    Dear Gonzaga Moms,

    Fall is proving to be an emotional season at Gonzaga.  The outpouring of love in response to the tragic news of Kevin Clark’s (’11) passing was so powerful.  Thank you to all those who rallied around the Clark family during this very challenging time.  It is always difficult to say farewell to one of our own but the family drew strength from all those who supported them through prayer, food and loving thoughts.  Please continue to pray for all of the Clark family throughout the coming months, especial during the holidays.
     
    Thanksgiving is right around the corner and we are thankful for so many moms. Eileen WisorFamily Support Chair, who has been sending well-wishes and notes of concern and sympathy to many Gonzaga families.  Faculty Treat ChairsMaria CindeaKristen Kilguss and their team of moms, that arrives before dawn to feed our faculty and staff.  Father McKenna Center ChairsErin Donovan, Morgean Hirt, Valerie Jopeck and Anne Ourand, who have organized the collection of sheets and pillowcases and purchasing blankets and pillows for the Hypothermia Unit.  They also have set up the meal signup for the months of November through March.  Thanks to all who have signed up already -- spaces are still available (click McKenna Center Meal Signup).  We are also very appreciative of all the families who supported the Bake Sale, which generated over $500 in profits for The Father McKenna Center!   If you missed the Bake Sale, you can still support The Father McKenna Center at the Mass of Thanksgiving on Sunday, November 13. Hopefully everyone has received the beautiful invitation to join the GMC and Eagles' Wings at this annual mass. 
     
    Many thanks to all the families and friends of Gonzaga who have already given so generously to the annual gala, Nutcracker Suite on Eye Street, by donating their time, talents, and treasures.  The excitement is building for the biggest party and fundraiser of the year on December 3.  Kathy Kirvan, Andrea Mellado and Kimberly Notarianni, along with their teams of volunteers, have been working hard since the summer to create a spectacular night of celebration and festivities.  We have wonderful auction items (did someone say Hamilton tickets?) and the not to be missed Shed Band with our very own dads Scott McCaleb and Neil McGrail.  RSVP soon, since the Gala sells out each year.  Find out how to volunteer and join in the fun at Gonzaga Gala.  The next Gala decorating meeting will be Wednesday, November 9, at 5:30 pm right before the general meeting in the lower commons.
     
    Many thanks to Andrea Courduvelis and Lisa Roeder, for providing hospitality for the Senior Family College Night for College Counseling and Susan Kiley and Shannon Seay for feeding the parents who attended Junior Family night.  They then joined forces to make sure everyone was feed at the Junior/Senior Financial Aid Night.  Our first quarter Parent Teacher Conferences were held last month, as well -- thank you Stacey Brown, Heidi Daniel and Jull Gatti for the delicious refreshments.  Also, thank you to Hazel Lychak and Sharon Persinski for providing a wonderful dinner to the faculty before the conferences. 
     
    Thanks go out to Kimberly Martin, Honora Precourt and Nancy Travis for continuing to coordinate the food and details for our GMC meetings.  All of these events extend our already busy days and the effort all these moms put into nourishing us is greatly appreciated.
     
    YOU could win $25,000!
     
    Time is running out!  Purchase a raffle ticket (or more) for $100 each.  Only 1,000 tickets can be sold, don’t miss this chance to support Gonzaga and win cash.  Winner will be announced at the Nutcracker Suite on Eye Street gala on December 3, 2016.  You need not be present, but you must buy a ticket, to win.
     
    Let’s Get Together!
     
    Our next GMC meeting is this Wednesday, November 9 at 6:30 pm. Father Planning will provide the blessing and an update on Eye Street and our speaker will be Peter Baggetta Director of Center for Academic Excellence.  Please remember to bring unused Christmas cards that can be used for our Christmas Cards and Treats service project on December 7 (the students receive a "treat" and write a Christmas card to local shut-ins and nursing home residents). 
     
    Get Involved
     
    Remember that first visit to Eye Street?  Hopefully you were greeted by friendly, enthusiastic moms and dads who made your experience welcoming.  Open House is Sunday, November 20, from 10 am to 2 pm.  We are looking for some moms to come and be hostess to the perspective families.  Please consider volunteering for part of the day.  

    Are you good with computers?  Do you like to share information?  We are in need of a new Webmaster and Communications Officer for 2017 -2018.  Denise Siciliano and Irene Zaso both have seniors this year and will unfortunately be moving on.   We are in need of talented, organized people who like to be involved.  Both these jobs can both be learned but we need very dedicated people to share all that happens in the GMC.  Please consider nominating yourself or a talented friend for the two very important roles.  All nominations will open in January.
     
    Spread Christmas Cheer
     
    November 11 is the deadline to sign up for annual Adopt-a-Family program.  Each year, Gonzaga families coordinate with Campus Ministries to provide Christmas gifts for 35 or more needy families via the Adopt-a-Family program.  It is a wonderful way to bring Christmas cheer to our Gonzaga neighbors.  Can't adopt a whole family?  No problem, you can sign up for as many, or as few, people are you are able.  Get together a group of your family members, friends, teammates, or club families to support others in our community.
      
    Upcoming Events
     
    The GMC provides hospitality for many of the upcoming events; so if you would like to assist, please contact the Committee Chairs.  All Committee Chairs are listed in the back of the Gonzaga telephone directory and on the GMC website.
     
    Thank you to Irene Zaso, Communications Chair, for her organization and talents in putting together this and all of our GMC Communications! 
     
    We look forward to seeing you on Eye Street!
    Laura Brockwell
    GMC President 16-17
    lbrockwell@gonzagamothers.org 

    Next Meeting Wed. Nov. 9th, 6:30pm - Lower Commons

     
    Speaker Peter Baggetta, Director of Center for Academic Excellence

    Donations for the McKenna Center of gently used flat sheets, packbacks, toiletries, gently used or new coats are collected or can be placed in green bin at the end of the hallway in Dooley.

    Items for the Washington School of Girls bookstore cabinet are collected for the girls themselves, or for them to give to parents and siblings as gifts. 

    Upcoming Events

    11/09 - GMC General Membership Meeting 6:30pm - Lower Commons
    11/11 - Last day to sign up to help with Adopt a Family
    11/13 - Mass of Thanksgiving 10am - St. Al’s Church & reception to follow
    11/18 - Ignation Reflection & Prayer Group 8am - JDR
    11/18-22 - "Nutcracker Suite on Eye Street" Programs are handed out to the students
    11/20 - Gonzaga Open House 10am - 2pm
    11/20  - "Nutcracker Suite on Eye Street" Gala Basket Wrapping 10am-2pm - Notarianni home
    11/29 - "Nutcracker Suite on Eye Street" Gala Decorations workshop 6-8pm
    12/02 - "Nutcracker Suite on Eye Street" Gala Setup
    12/03 - "Nutcracker Suite on Eye Street" Gala 6:30pm
    12/04 - Freshman Retreat Training 11:30-2pm - support by volunteering
    12/07 - Christmas Cards and Treats
    12/09 - Ignation Reflection & Prayer Group 8am - JDR
    Volunteers are needed for the the reception - SIGNUP Today!
    Ques? Contact co-chairs: Colleen Mudlaff or Maureen Thomas at
    thanksgiving@gonzagamothers.org

    Gonzaga Adopt a Family Program

    Christmas is coming!  Would you consider helping to provide a happy Christmas for a family in need through our annual Adopt-A-Family program?  Each year, Gonzaga families coordinate with Gonzaga Campus Ministry to provide Christmas gifts for 35 or more needy families via the Adopt-A-Family program.  
    We are still in need of donors and the deadline is this Friday!   


    Can't adopt a whole family?  No problem, you can sign up for as many, or as few, people are you are able.  You can get creative and coordinate with teams, clubs, friends and extended family. 

    Please sign up by Friday, November 11th - SIGN-UP Form. 
    You will receive your family or individual wish list before Thanksgiving and gifts are due to Campus Ministry by Friday, December 9th. Please wrap and label all gifts with the names provided.

    Thank you!  Your generosity will help make Christmas special for Gonzaga’s neighbors. 

    Questions? Contact Nori Buising secretary@gonzagamothers.org 
    or Donnie Green dgreen@gonzaga.org.

    Open House Volunteers Needed


    Sun. Nov. 20th 10am - 2pm
     
    We are again expecting a very large crowd and greatly appreciate your help.

    There are many areas that need volunteers in two shifts

    Please review and sign up using this SignUp Genius Link.  

    Thank you!
    https://docs.google.com/a/gonzagamothers.org/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLScbfgTBxkAJEnuzePc29RgKmDrWAJKEyNKCO8UBJEzSSg3_Qg/viewform

    Ignatian Reflection and Prayer Group 

    Please join us for the next session:
    Friday, November 18th
    8:00 - 9:00 am in the Jesuit Dining Room
    We are reading: What is Ignatian Spirituality? David Fleming, SJ 
    For session read from book these pages -  
    A Vision of Life, Work, Love pp. 1-5
    God Communicates in Many Ways pp. 43-47

    February 3-5, 2017 Retreat
    Ignatian Spirituality and The Joy of LoveLed by Martina O'Shea
    Meals and accommodations at the
     Bishop Claggett Retreat Ctr
    Friday evening - Sunday noon are included in a fee of $205. A $25 non refundable deposit will reserve your space. We hope that many can take the time in February for a reflective retreat with Martina and our Gonzaga moms. 
    Questions?
    Contact Anne Barsanti Griffith
     ignatianprayer@gonzagamothers.org

    Freshman Retreat

    Gonzaga mothers play an important role in the success of this retreat, scheduled for the weekend of January 13-15, 2017. This is Martin Luther King weekend, and there are no classes on Friday. 
     
    This is a spiritual weekend for our freshman and a leadership opportunity for our upperclassmen. 
    During the retreat weekend in January, we are looking for food servers for the boys' meals and the freshman parents' supperon Friday night. Our need is always greatest on Friday afternoon/evening shifts when we have a quick turnover from feeding the boys, cleaning up and preparing to serve freshman parents. This is also a time when we have no freshman parents available to serve.
    Freshman parents: please note that Friday evening you will be invited to take part in the retreat so please do not volunteer for this time slot. We also have openings for helpers on Saturday and Sunday - a great chance to see your sons or simply be a part of this great Gonzaga tradition.
    SIGN UP HERE
    Questions? Contact Annmarie Edwards or Lisa Opipari-Arrigan
     freshmanretreat@gonzagamothers.org

    The 35th Anniversary Christmas Gala 
    “Nutcracker Suite on Eye Street”
    Saturday, December 3, 2016

     
    Tuesday, Nov. 15th 
    Gala Meeting 6:30pm 
    Jesuit Dining Room
    • Purchase your tickets here
    • Purchase your chance to play Heads or Tails at the Gala here
    • Purchase a spot at Parties with a Purpose here
    • Purchase Gala Merchandise here
    Questions? Contact 
    Kathy Kirvan, Andrea Mellado, Kimberly Notarianni
      gala2016@gonzagagala.org 

    McKenna Center Meals & Volunteers


    Volunteer for this winter!

    The McKenna Center operates in the basement of St. Aloysius Church year-round, providing food, counseling and emergency assistance to those in need.  From November 1 – March 31, the Center also provides overnight accommodations, a hot meal and a supportive environment to 20 men in the Hypothermia Program.  The goal of the program is to provide structure and skills to enable a man to move to either transitional or permanent housing at the end of the winter.

    The Gonzaga Mothers Club provides dinners and volunteers who heat, serve, cleanup and eat with the center's residents while sharing conversations.

    Please join us for Parent Speak
    A guided conversation of parent-selected topics that matter most to you!
    Tuesday, November 15, 2016
    8:30 - 9:00 am - Light Breakfast
    9:00 - 11:00 am - Conversation


    National Presbyterian School
    National Presbyterian Church - Stone Hall
    4121 Nebraska Avenue, NW, Washington, DC

    We invite all PCW member school parents to join in a moderated exchangediscussing ideas, concerns and tried-and-true tips for parenting at every age. 


    Possible discussion topics may include:
    Homework * Sports * Character Development  
    Cell Phones * Drug & Alcohol Use * Screen Time
    Healthy Relationships * Conflict Resolution


    Anything on your mind! - Please feel free to submit a question or topic for discussion in the comment field when you RSVP.
    Click here to RSVP
    Click here for events schedule
    November 15, 2016 @ 8:30-11am
    March 8, 2017 @ 8:30-11am
    April 12, 2017 @ 8:30-11am

    Want to know what is happening on Eye Street??


    Twitter follow:  @GonzagaHdMstr   @GonzagaMothers   @GonzagaGoodNews 

    Facebook like: Gonzaga Mothers Club    Gonzaga College High School

    Instagram follow:  Gonzaga Good News
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    Twitter
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    Copyright © 2016 Gonzaga Mothers Club, All rights reserved.


    Questions? Contact Irene Zaso at communications@gonzagamothers.org
    Posted Nov 6, 2016, 4:00 PM by GMC Webmaster
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