This page will be the Update page for all events, changes in schedules, thoughts, concerns, etc.
As we reach a month with limited social interactions, the more we realize that we need one another. In the last few weeks, I have learned to use Zoom to teach virtual classes. I also learned to be in front of the camera, so everyone that participates enjoys the classes. I am the first one to admit that I struggle to understand the behind the scenes' efforts to use technological tools. I am “a pick up the phone and talk to a person because I get lost in the translation in texts and emails kind of gal.” So, I want to thank the students who participated in the Beta program for the Stay Well Program.
After much prayer and conversations, I am pleased to announce the Stay Well Program.
· Because I love my community, the virtual classes will continue to be free on Monday and Tuesday from 7 pm- 8 pm.
· Ubora Virtual Book Club had the first discussion on Blossoming Hope by Dr. Tonya Armstrong. You are invited to join the book club. To join, please look on this website for “Contact Us." In the subject line, write Ubora, and you will receive the Zoom link and the Schedule for each week. The book club will read different genres
· Friday Night Lights: Real Talk about Real Life- FOR ADULTS only. No subject is off the table! The time and date with the Zoom link will be in another Blog Post!
Effective April 13, 2020, The Stay Well Program will begin!
· For $10/week your membership will include:
· Wednesdays through Saturdays virtual beginner line dance classes from 7 pm- 8 pm
· Replays of the classes (Work in Progress) in case you missed them
· Free admission to the weekly social activities (Themed parties, virtual Bingo, T-shirt cutting…)
· Complimentary ticket to the After 19 Party (TBD)
· Cash app & Zelle accepted.
· To Join, please look on this website for “Contact Us.” In the subject line, write Stay Well, and you will receive the contact information for Cash app & Zelle.
Very shortly, another program will be introduced for parents, grandparents, and guardians for PreK to 5th Grade Students. Before COVID-19, I taught line dance at Creedmoor Elementary School of the Arts. For 45 minutes, my students learned math, science, social studies, and language arts without realizing they were learning. I will be offering a similar virtual experience to give the caregivers 45 minutes of rest.
As Always be Fierce & Limitless and Keep Moving!