What’s Coming Up At The Partnership!

Posted by on May 31, 2011 in blog | Comments Off on What’s Coming Up At The Partnership!

School is officially out and it is time for a lazy summer season, right? Wrong! The Partnership has a jam-packed summer full of activities, workshops and tours. Here is a peek of just some of what is coming up:

Women Leaders Luncheon-Thursday, June 2nd Attention leading ladies! Learn more about how you can connect with youth of the Omaha community at the Partnership’s upcoming Women Leaders Luncheon, June 2nd. The luncheon will be held from 12-1:30p.m. at Omaha Country Club and will present upcoming opportunities to volunteer with students in the Partnership programs. For more information, call 402-930-3008.

Volunteer Appreciation Reception-Thursday, June 9thWe’d like to give a huge THANK YOU to all of our amazing volunteers. We would not exist without you, and we appreciate all that you do! A special reception will be held in your honor on June 9th. It will take place at Security National Bank, 1120 S 101st St., from 4:30-6p.m. Current volunteers, please drop by and say hello. No reservation necessary!

Student Activities:City Sprouts Workshop- June 1st-24thSeventh grade students will participate in Omaha’s City Sprouts program, June 1-24. They will get a chance to learn about healthy eating, community sustainability and how community gardens can play a part in achieving both!

Iceplex Tours-June 2nd, 7th and 17th Partnership students will go on one of the coolest tours in the city this summer-literally. Sixth through eighth graders will tour Tranquility Iceplex and learn about the intricacies of running an ice complex. Tours will take place June 2nd, 7th & 17th.

Cops and Kids Workshop- June 9th & 10thOn June 9th and 10th, sixth grade students will get a chance to learn more about the justice system through the eyes of a police officer. An Omaha police officer will speak to Partnership students about duties as a law enforcement officer and proper police procedures. Students will also tour the Douglas county courthouse.

For more upcoming event information, visit the events page on our website