Hudson - Litchfield News October 22, 2010 - 11
Monarch Butterflies submitted by Rita Souza
Electrologist Attends Electrology Convention Rita Souza, CPE, LE and electrologists from
all over the world gathered outside our nation’s capital.
Electrologists, permanent hair removal
practitioners, gathered in National Harbor, Maryland, at the Gaylord National Hotel and Convention Center on October 8-10 for the largest annual gathering of electrology professionals from all over the USA, Canada, Europe, and Australia: the American Electrology Association (AEA) Annual Convention and Exhibitor’s Showcase. This year, the convention focused on helping electrologists improve client services by improving themselves, their skills, and their practices. Attendees heard expert speakers discuss a wide range of topics, including safe work practices, client education, hormonal factors, stress management techniques, lighting and magnification, and professional ethics. In addition to the fine lectures, Souza was able to check out new equipment and products at the Exhibitor’s Showcase. The American Electrology Association
Pre-K students at St. Francis School in Litchfield observe the release of one of their
Monarch butterflies. The students learned about and observed the metamorphosis from caterpillar to butterfly, and hatched nine female butterflies.
LITCHFIELD SCHOOLS What’s for lunch?
October 25-29, 2010 Griffin Memorial & Litchfield Middle Schools
Monday - Hamburger/roll, Pickle Chips, French fries, Pineapples, Milk. Tuesday - Chicken fajita wrap, Lettuce, Tomato, Salsa, Cornbread, Fruit cocktail, Milk. Wednesday - Grilled cheese sandwich, Tomato soup, Diced pears, Milk. Thursday - Spaghetti/meat sauce, Garlic bread, Green beans, Cinnamon apples, Milk. Friday - Romano’s pizza, Garden salad, Apple slices/yogurt dip, Milk. *Lunch Alternatives: Turkey sandwich or Chef salad.
Campbell High School
Monday - Hot pastrami sub or Romano’s pizza, Vegetables, Apple crisp, milk. Tuesday - Crispy chicken patty/roll, Vegetables, Fruit, Milk. Wednesday - Pasta/meat balls or Hot dog/roll, Green beans, Garlic bread, Fruit, Milk. Thursday - Rice, cheese and bean burrito or Hamburger/roll, Corn, Fruit, Milk. Friday - Chicken & broccoli Divan, Multigrain roll, Fruit, Milk. *Lunch alternatives: Chicken salad wrap or Chef salad.
October 25-29, 2010 Hudson School District
Monday - Hot dog/roll, Baked beans, Hot vegetable, Diced pears. Tuesday - Teriyaki dippers, Mashed potatoes, Corn bread, Pineapple chunks. Wednesday - Lasagna, Garlic bread, Peas, Mixed fruit cup. Thursday - Tuna salad roll/pickles, Chips, Celery sticks, Applesauce. Friday - Domino’s pizza, Salad, Sliced peaches, Wacky chocolate Halloween cake.
*All lunches served with choice of milk. Back to Fun!
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celebrated as The International Board of Professional Electrologist Certification program and credential turned 25. For 25 years, the Certified Professional Electrologist (CPE) credential served to create a national standard of excellence, and has demonstrated an ongoing commitment to continuing education in the field of electrology. Rita Souza, CPE has demonstrated this commitment to the consumer since the year 2000. Souza, owner of Everclear Electrolysis, has been providing permanent hair removal since 1998. For more information, visit www.everclearelec.com
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submitted by Judy Brennen
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