Out newest Book Club book is The Devil in the White City by Erik Larson. We’re reading to page 75 for next Monday, July 4th!
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Book Club is currently reading a delightful book called I Capture the Castle, a coming of age story about an eccentric British family in the 1930’s who live in a ruined castle. So far we’ve had great fun discussing the characters’ romantic prospects, debating whether or not Stephen will lose an arm in a tragic farming accident
Proud supporters of the Key, the owners and staff at Fermentations are donating their time, space, and expertise for this fund-raising event, all proceeds which will benefit the Northfield Union of Youth. All of the staff at the restaurant are working for free that night so that all of the money collected (minus food expenses) will
The Key is selling buttons as a fundraiser to raise money for victims of the Japanese earthquake/tsunami. Buttons feature the above design with the Japanese character for hope and the country’s flag. They can be purchased for $3 at various downtown businesses. All proceeds will be donated to the Red Cross disaster relief effort for
DON’T forget: up to $2000/yr in scholarship money to put towards post-secondary education available for HS grads and seniors who’ve been involved with the Key! The application is due Tuesday, April 5th, which is less than a week away! Find it here or hard copies at the Key: http://www2.nfld.k12.mn.us/education/components/docmgr/default.php?sectiondetailid=34102&fileitem=13573&catfilter=1734 It’s really easy, so if you
Gross! Look at what Kellen made some kids do at the Key on Friday! Despite the grotesqueness of making masks from real people, everyone seemed to enjoy it for some reason.
If you or your band is interested in playing a show at The Key, please email Chelsea Malek at email@example.com or Tom Winter at firstname.lastname@example.org . We now have both an indoor and outdoor stage!
Check out this awesome opportunity for a post-secondary scholarship: http://www2.nfld.k12.mn.us/education/components/docmgr/default.php?sectiondetailid=34102&fileitem=13573&catfilter=1734 The purpose of this scholarship is to provide funds of up to $2000/year for a Northfield youth to be able to pursue post-secondary education. Renewable for up to 3 years (in addition to the initial year). Criteria: Applicants must be seniors or graduates who meet the following:
A handful o’ kids made Chinese food with Danny Dobrow yesterday. Using the fabulous Emmaus kitchen, we made Vegetable “Dumplings”, Kung Pao Chicken, and Tofu Fried Rice. It was… SO MUCH work.
A special thank you to all of the people who so generously donated to the Key on Give To the Max Day, Nov. 16th. Thanks to you, we raised $1345 in a single day! We are so grateful for your support.