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nnMnurmnmllmnu imllmWM ml JnUUmUll tmlnulm . . ' qmlmnl i  . InlA tJLI lUlg I ,:!glt ..... Page 2A -- The GlenvUle Democrat -- Thursday, April 9, 2009 A REMODELED PLAY AREA FOR PRE-SCHOOL-AGED CHILDREN SCHEDULE OF EVENTS FROMTHE SEVEN SCHOOLS FOR CURRENT PROGRAMS FRESHLY PAINTED HALLWAY FINISHED BY SIX HIGH SCHOOL STUDENTS (STAFF PHOTOS BY JIM BRANDENBURG) ANOTHER PLAY ROOM FOR CHILDREN PAINTED BY TWO HIGHSCHOOL STUDENTS iiiiiii 00iiiiii: iiii00i00i00i!iii00i00ii!ii!iii!!!iiiiiiiiii!i CAFETERIA USED TO FEED THE LESS FORUNATE AND ELDERLY AT THE ROANE COUNTY COMMITTEE ON AGING DIRECTED BY MR. CHUCK RICKS, RN A NEWLY REMODELED ROOM FOR PRE-SCHOOL-AGED CHILDREN SUPPLIES USED IN THE REMODELINGPROCESS AT 76YEARS OLD, MR. CHARLIE KOONE HAS SUPERVISED THE REMODELING OF THE 1960 SPENCER MIDDLE SCHOOL WITH PATCH OVER THE LAST TWO YEARS REMODELED ROOM FOR KARATE CLASS DOZER DRAIN-LINE WORK BEING COMPLETED OUTSIDE A ROOM IN THE PROCESS OF BEING REFINISHED BY HIGH SCHOOL STUDENTS THROUGH THE PATCH PROGRAM PATCH After Sci'00 rr 00grams in Spencer Offers Something for Eve "yone in Newly Renovated Building 811 Madison Avenue in Spencer is the headquarters of PATCH 21 st Cen- tury Community Learning Centers After School Programs. It is dedi- cated tO providing learning opportu- nities that will enhance the students of Roane County by keeping children safe, helping working families, and providing educational enrichment. David McCutcheon is the Director and Zach Zdanek, his assistant direc- tor. PATCH offers an entrepreneurial program, parent involvement pro- gram, after- school activities program, and summer activities program. Each program is designed to help students and their families engage in healthy lifestyles through prevention activities, fitness education and rec- reation, increased academic perfor- mance in basic skills, and increased emotional well being for students and their families. Students also partici- pate in exciting enrichment activities in a peer group and become actively involved in their community through leadership, service-learning, and com- munity service projects. Parents and guardians are welcome to participate in any or all of the programs offered. Parents/guardians may visit, share a special talent or skill, or be a volun- teer. The 21 st Century Learning Centers provide safe opportunities, tutoring, homework help, mentoring, social, ization, youth development activities, drug, tobacco, alcohol and violence prevention programs, technology edu- cation, art, music, recreation, entre- preneurial education, fitness, and char- acter education for Roane County youth. The program is free of charge, open to all students and their families, and always supervised by an approved adult or student. There are many activities available for students, including fitness, kickboxing, literacy program, beginner's golf, sign language, hands- on science, tumbling, piano, cooking, and many other activities. There are currently seven locations in Roane County offering this pro- gram. For more information on this, con- tact the Spencer Youth Center at (304) 927-1997 or visit www.patch21.org.