Date: 6/26/2013 10:00 AM – 11:30 AM
Cost: FREE (registration required)
Location: Chatham Community Library
197 Hwy 87 N
Pittsboro, North Carolina 27312
Would you like to learn how to create presentations and slide shows using PowerPoint?
Topics covered in this workshop include:
identifying key components and features of Microsoft PowerPoint 2010
using slide designs and themes
using basic slide layouts
formatting text boxes
creating bulleted and numbered lists
inserting pictures and shapes
managing your slides
saving and printing presentations
Prerequisites: Participants should be comfortable operating a computer and using a mouse and keyboard. Familiarity with Microsoft Word is helpful but not required.
This workshop is FREE and open to the public; however, class size is limited to 15 participants and registration is required.
For more information, or to register, call 919-545-8086, email firstname.lastname@example.org
Dr. Ann Robertson from Robertson Immigration Law Firm will give a FREE workshop on practical solutions and strategies, when you need help with immigration. Also, Ms. Jocelyn Ventanilla -will present a workshop on “Just Accounting.”
Julia Herbón and Miguel Olvera from Central Carolina Community College- Siler City will provide an orientation on what paths to take to further education in our college.
Date: Saturday, June 1st, 2013
Time: 10:00 A.M. – 12:00 P.M.
Place: “IGLESIA EL CAMINO – United Methodist Church”
123 Chestnut St. Siler City, NC 27344
If you check one or more of the options below, consider attending this free workshop
[ ] FAMILY IMMIGRATION
[ ] U.S. NATURALIZATION AND CITIZENSHIP
[ ] DEFERRED ACTION
[ ] VISA-U FOR CRIME VICTIMS
[ ] EMPLOYMENT VISAS
[ ] REFUGEE/ASYLUM VISAS
[ ] NON- IMMIGRANT VISAS
[ ] OTHER
(There will be free personalized assistance depending on the time and number of participants)
HAVE A WONDERFUL MOTHER’S DAY!
YOUR ESL TEACHERS
After reading articles from News for You newspaper, students in Don’s class created MIT graphs to summarize them. Great job, guts! You have learned so many new things
These are the names of a few symbols we use in class:
. period (in a sentence) dot (in an email address or a website) point (in math)
- dash forty-two
_ underscore (low line) email@example.com
/ slash 85/100
, comma I like pizza, pasta, and bread.
: colon 9:00 am
; semi colon Nothing is true; everything is permitted.
@ at sign firstname.lastname@example.org
” “ quotation marks “Good morning“, she said.
‘ apostrophe I am in Julia‘s class.
? question mark What’s your name?
! exclamation mark Hi!
Learn how to write a check by clicking here: TheMint.org – Fun For Kids – Writing a Check.
CCCC was part of the organization committee of the Day of The Books 2013. The celebration was a success! Children and adults had a blast, and the weather couldn’t have been better. Thank you ALL for participating, volunteering, and making this event so WONDERFUL!
Here is a slideshow with the highlights of the event.
The Causes and Effects of Littering by Macaria N.
Littering is a problem in the neighborhood where I live. There are many cultural reasons behind this problem. People were not taught how to keep the outside area of house clean. They don’t think about environment pollution. Another cause of littering in the neighborhood is that people don’t recycle. If my neighbors think about the consequences of littering, they will learn to take care of the environment and prevent human diseases.
Water Waste by Jose V.
Wasting water is a serious problem in my town. One cause is that there are people who don’t have control of water. Many adults let their children play with water or take long baths. Another cause of wasting water is that people use too much water washing their cars or let water run. Due to the wasting of water there could be a drought. If residents continue using water carelessly the water bill will be high and they could be fined. Wasting water also affects plants and animals. If everyone takes control of this situation, I am sure it will improve.