A message from RICHMOND MIDDLE SCHOOL
Good afternoon! I apologize for the extra email this week. Given the large number of events at RMS this week I wanted to provide you with a special reminder. Thank you for reading and have a wonderful week!
+All School/Community Events
-, RMS Gym: Cold Regions Research and Engineering Laboratory (CRREL) Restoration Advisory Board (RAB) COMMUNITY OPEN HOUSE
The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers (USACE) established a Restoration Advisory Board (RAB) to provide a forum for communication and public participation in the environmental investigations and restoration being performed in and around the USACE Engineer Research and Development Center’s Cold Regions Research and Engineering Laboratory (CRREL) facility on Lyme Road in Hanover, New Hampshire. CRREL and the RAB are hosting a Community Open House to present information to the public about the ongoing environmental restoration program. The Open House will be held on in the Richmond Middle School gymnasium at 63 Lyme Road, Hanover, from . The format will include multiple stations covering various topics to allow interaction with USACE experts and contractors working on the project. For more information about the RAB and the Open House, please contact Darrell A. Moore, PE: Darrell.A.Moore@usace.army.mil 978-318-8152
(Link to 2013 Valley News article on this topic-Mike102014)
-, RMS Auditorium: RMS will host a community screening of "One Revolution." One Revolution is the name of the documentary which captures Waddell's journey to the summit of Kilimanjaro using his handcycle. "The documentary is an important part of my climb, as my story is a visual one. People need to see to understand," explains Waddell. One Revolution is Chris Waddell's motto for this expedition, and his life. "One revolution means so many things to me. One revolution of the handcycle, one revolution of the earth, one lifetime, one moment, one chance to make a difference." Donations taken at door to cover cost of screening.
-, RMS Gym: Chris Waddell will be bringing his "Nametags" presentation to the students and staff at the Richmond Middle School. Chris Waddell is a multi gold medal Paralympic skier. He became a paraplegic after a ski injury during college. Chris travels around the world speaking with groups about overcoming obstacles in your life. For more information on either event please contact John Lacrosse.
-, RMS Gym: RMS School Dance.
-The RMS Student Council is sponsoring a food drive to benefit The Haven beginning . Please send in food items to help us reach our school goal of 3000 food items! Cash donations are also welcome (checks should be made out to: The Haven)--each dollar donated counts as 2 food items towards our goal! As always, thanks for your support!
The RMS Student Council
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