Monthly Archives: October 2013
Starting tomorrow morning at 6:30–Head over to WHS for some basketball!
Showers are available so you can work up a sweat playing basketball–shower–and head to work! Basketball at Willamette will be every Friday morning and basketball at Meadow View will be each Tuesday after the work day.
Does it seem like we are starting off the SHAPE grant activities a little Basketball heavy?? Pat McGillivray (MV b-ball) and Josh Wolfram (WHS) are on top of things and ready to go!
More activities are in the wings–so keep an eye out!!
All we need is 15 committed individuals to sign up and Weight Watchers will come to us.
Bethel staff with OEBB insurance will have 100% benefit coverage and Weight Watchers will do all the billing for you! Bethel staff with PacificSource will receive a partial benefit, with a PacificSource reimbursement of up to $100.
The SHAPE staff wellness grant currently has some funds available for employees without insurance to help pay for the program.
Please contact Jennie Kolpak ASAP if you are interested.
Brought to you by the District’s SHAPE Health and Wellness grant, Basketball Night will be:
Every Tuesday from 4:15-5:30 in the Meadow View small gym.
Here are important notes:
- This activity is restricted to staff-only
- Each player is asked to bring two shirts – one light and one dark
- Games will be self-refereed
- If you have a good basketball please bring it
- Players will be included in a drawing for special give-away incentives!
- Players of all skill levels are welcome
Email your questions to Pat McGillivray or share them with everyone by leaving a Reply below.
- Healthy Cooking classes
- Bike Riding groups
- Hiking or Walking groups
- or others…
Many of these Leaders will be paid an hourly wage, while Leaders of other groups will be volunteers.
We are looking first for people already employed by the district before opening it up to others. A Certification for some classes would be great, but is not required.
If you are ready to be a Leader please send the following to Jennie Kolpak:
- Area(s) of expertise and experience
- Three references.
The Cooking Matters class offered by Food for Lane County is underway, Wednesdays at 4:30 p.m. at Willamette High School.
There are still a few open spots. If you are interested contact Jennie Kolpak. First come, first served.
***This class is for adults age 18 and up whose income is less than $1,915 a month or $2,585/month per couple.***
Willamette Cross Country proudly presents the first annual
Bethel Community RunFest
A celebration of running, the arts, and community
Saturday, 12 October, 2013
Willamette High School Stadium
9:00 a.m. to Noon
9:00-9:45 Parenting Young Runners Forum
10:00-10:20 4th-5th Grade XC run
10:30-10:40 5-9 year old half lappers
10:50-11:10 Middle School XC run
11:15-11:25 Diaper Dash
- Parenting Young Runners Forum
- Participation Races and Activities for All Ages
- Exhibit Hall
Admission: Food Donations for Food for Lane County
Special Thanks to SportHill, Brooks Running, Oregon Track Club, Oregon Track Club Elite, Eugene Marathon, Team Run Eugene, Willamette High School, Willamette Development Project, and the Bethel Boosters.
In this six-week class, you will learn how to:
- Make the most of your food budget
- Cook nutritious, delicious food
- Try foods you’ve never tried before
- Learn recipes from expert chefs and recreate them with ingredients you take home with you.
WHERE: Willamette High School Home Economics Room
TIME: 4:30-6:30 p.m.
DATES: Tuesdays, October 8-Nov 12, 2013
For more information and to sign up, contact Jennie Kolpak
***This class is for adults age 18 and up who make less than $1,915 a month or $2,585/month a couple.***