Yearly Archives: 2009

Reminder: Cookie Exchange on Monday

Monday, December 14th • 7-9 pm
The Lutheran Home, 7500 W. North Ave.

Bring 6 dozen of the same home-made cookies, and an empty container for collecting your new variety of cookies.

Want more?  Bring more.  Each year we have a few folks who make 2 or 3 cookies recipes – bringing 6 dozen of each recipe.  They, of course, take home just as many cookies as they bring.  Works great if you’re giving cookies as gifts.

Broken Cookies?  Bring them, and any extras, for taste-testing.

DO RSVP to Dawn at 727-2873. Let us know what kind of cookies you are bringing. We’re hoping to avoid duplicates. If you leave a message and want a call back, DO leave your phone number.

6th Annual Cookie Exchange

December 14 • 7:00PM • Lutheran Home

Christmas thumbprint cookies photo

Every year in December, in place of our monthly board meeting, TETNA hosts a Cookie Exchange. This is an evening to relax and enjoy visiting with our neighbors. This year’s 6th Annual Cookie Exchange is on Monday, December 14th, 7 p.m., at the Lutheran Home. 
If you’ve joined us in the past–you’re marking this on your calendar. If you haven’t–get out a pen & circle 
the date! You won’t want to miss the fun & the treats. Contact Sarah Hunt-Frank if you need more information.

Here’s what you do:

    • Pick your favorite cookie recipe.
    • Make six dozen cookies (often a double batch) and bring them to the exchange. Do NOT separate or package cookies in bunches. DO bring a large container to take your mix of cookies home in.
 Extra or broken cookies?…bring them to the exchange for nibbling.

      Here’s what you get:

        • A wonderful assortment of cookies – with the simple effort of one recipe.
        • A few hours off to really enjoy the giving spirit of the holiday season. Taste test some cookies while sharing laughter & stories with your neighbors. Kids are welcome too.
        • Bonus Option—Want to give assortments of homemade cookies as gifts during the holidays? Need more than just 6 dozen? Easy answer. Make two, or three different recipes of cookies, a batch of 6 dozen each. Bring 12 dozen, take 12 dozen. Bring 18 dozen, take 18 dozen. You choose.

          PS—Do you have a friend or family member who loves cookies but doesn’t live in the neighborhood? Invite them to join us. Everyone is welcome.

          Roosevelt School's Book Fair

          All Aboard for Roosevelt’s Scholastic Book Fair, Monday, Nov. 30- Thursday, Dec. 3rd. It’s a great way to connect your kids with books they want to read and support Roosevelt at the same time! All books will be 15% off the list price, and the proceeds from the Fair will be used to purchase books and other resources for classroom libraries, and support PTA programs.

          Visit the Fair during any of the following times:

          Monday: 8:30-4:00

          Tuesday: 8:30-4:00 • Neighborhood Family Event: 6:00-8:00 pm

          Wednesday: 8:30-3:00 • Neighborhood Adult Only Event: 6:30-8:00 pm

          Thursday: 8:30-12:30

          Cash, check and credit cards (MC/Visa) will be accepted at the Fair.

          Click here to visit the scholastic website to preview some of the books that will be available.

          For more information visit the Roosevelt Raptors website.

          Crafters Needed: Roosevelt Holiday Gift Shop

          Saturday, December 5TH • 9AM-2PM
          Roosevelt Gym

          Crafters needed to provide items for the kids to buy at the Holiday Gift Shop!!!!! The Holiday Gift Shop allows students the opportunity to shop for gifts in secret for the holidays!! Items are sold at a reasonable price from .25 TO $20, with most items being between $1-$5. We need items for everyone in the family, but there is a strong need for men and boys items.
          Cost is $5 per table to the crafters.
          We provide the gift bags, tissue paper and the gift tags.

          Download the Roosevelt Gift Shop form (PDF) or contact Amy Hoyt at 731-1167 with any questions.

          EnAct Meeting tomorrow!

          Wednesday, November 11
          Cranky Al’s

          If you missed the last meeting, but still wish to become involved in the new TETNA Energy Efficiency group, stop by Cranky Al’s tomorrow evening at 7PM. Learn how to track your energy usage and take steps to reduce your environmental impact. Also, pick up a copy of “EnAct: Steps to Greener Living” at The Little Read Book store in the village.

          Participants are encouraged to read Chapter One and start filling out the Pre-program Survey for this meeting.