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Volume 16, Issue 5

September 2011

WAC on Track

Womenâ€&#x;s Activity Club The Club is a multifunctional organisation whose purpose is to meet the social, educational and personal needs of its members. The Club is designed to encourage international friendship, support and sharing.

Winterthurerstrasse 18 8610 Uster 043 305 9250

www.wac.ch


Editor‟s Note Dear Reader,

WAC Board of Directors Good

communication

between

the

board

members and the membership of the WAC is important

for

the

continued

improvement of the club.

growth

and

If you have any

concerns or questions, please feel free to contact President Carol Conzelmann

044 940 02 93

carolconzelmann@gmail.com Vice President April Koller

078 839 01 62

Secretary Susan Junod

043 266 92 89

Treasurer Susan Keller

044 822 3246

Activities Chairperson Heike Adler

044 793 13 80

Marketing Chairperson Angie Menendez

079 258 53 18

Membership Chairperson Ana Wyman

055 534 00 58

acledesma3@gmx.ch WAC Office Club Office Manager Jennifer Langkjaer office hours:

043 305 9250 com@wac.ch

Mon, Wed & Fri: 9:15-12:15

Learning Tree School School Director Ida Imbach imbach@gmx.net office hours:

Welcome back. Every new school year, the same feeling overcome me as I walk into the WAC: Comfort. The comfort of a well worn sweater. The front garden is nothing but ordinary. However, with kids of all ages playing together round the tree and the billboard post, whilst mothers are sat on the bench catching up with each other lives. There is something positively comforting about the place. The banner & balloons welcoming you in are just another proof of the care and warmth of our WAC.. This edition is all about the wonderful projects that an amazing group of volunteers have put together for us. Noticeable are the new Men sport group( p8) , Zumba and a new younger Girls club group ( p10 ). Boys are not left out as their club is still in full swing. So how about giving it a try? Our playgroup coordinator, Dana Levy Hoffmann, has sensibly thought of the perfect craft project to occupy your younger ones on a wet day (p19). Speaking of wet days, what about a big fall clear out and joining us at our Kid's flea market? Every year, I am on the lookout for budding writers to contribute to our newsletter, so be inspired and join our wonderful team. Speaking of team, the WAC has its own team running this Sunday at the Pink Ribbon charity race. All these wonderful activities are all well within your reach, just check the notices board and sign up for what take your fancy. Happy reading.

Advertising Rates

Full page ad: 150 SFr Half page ad: 80 SFr LTCSchool@wac.ch or Quarter page ad: 50 SFr 043 305 9250

Mon - Thurs: 9:00 - 12:00

Nancy Dodds

Inserts: 150 SFr WAC Notice board (one month / max. A5 / members: free*

“WAC on Track” Deadlines and Contributions The “WAC on Track” is also a means for members communication. If you have a story to share, a fun experience, a recommendation, a joke, or anything else you would like to share with other members, please email it to

dodds@dodds.ch You can also place ads, classifieds and use notice board (free one line ad for WAC members) in the WAC on Track.

the

WAC

Deadline for the September 2011 edition is August 20th 2010. Page 2

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President’s Note

Carol Conzelmann

Dear fellow WAC members,

New this term are Zumba classes for adults, run by Ana Wyman. As yet, sign up is a bit thin which is a great shame, Welcome back to the WAC, and to a new as Ana tells me that Zumba is all about school term! dancing, having fun and doing your own thing - it sounds like fun. We plan to The summer holidays flew by - I hope you all had as good a summer as we did. start the course but need more participants to keep it going, so if you’re interNow we’re busy getting settled into a new rhythm - and if anyone can tell me ested to have a free trial class please let us know. why kids wake up early during the holidays, but as soon as school starts need A big thank you is owed to Angie Meto be dragged out of bed every morning, nendez, our Marketing Board member, please do let me know! who has created a fun and colorful photo board of the WAC board and chairperThanks to the fabulous WAC board ladies, the WAC looked bright and welcom- sons. Come and take a look, and see what inspirational words we all came up ing as we came back. We met on the Saturday before term started to put up a with! fantastic banner, made by Angie and Last but certainly not least, my husband some of the budding artists at the Thurs- Stefan will be leading the first men’s day playgroup, a poster created by sports morning on Saturday, September Susan and her twins Thomas & Mathilda, 24th. Originally he planned an evening and lots of colorful balloons from April. event, but as the nights are already getA special thanks also to Ana who climbed ting darker he thought a quick burst of out on to the upstairs roof to hang out sport, once a month on a Saturday the banner! morning, would be a good starting point. Further details are in an advert in this We would like to extend a very warm month’s WOT. So come on gentlemen, welcome to all our new members - we it’s your club too - come and have some hope you feel quickly at home at the WAC. And of course it’s great to see the fun! familiar faces of our regular members as Hope to see you at the WAC soon. well.

COM‘S CORNER You can join The WAC Group on Facebook. Just look us up, and send a request to be added!

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School News Welcome Back! Together with all the teachers, we welcome you to our ‚new‟ schoolyear. The teachers and I have missed all of you and we are looking forward to seeing you all again. We extend a very special warm welcome to all the newcomers in our school. We have been working hard the past school year in developing our curriculum and looking for ways to improve even more. This new school year we have some changes. We now have 3 ESL (English as a second language) classes – from level 1 -3. ESL 2 and 3 are offered on Wednesday afternoons. Would you like to know more? Well, the teachers and I will be here on September 21 for an information evening. You will meet the teachers and get to see the classrooms and resources that we will be using. We will let you know what our plans are for the year ahead.

Ida Imbach Another successful „venture‟ is our Lunch Club. It runs on Mondays, Tuesdays and Thursdays. There are still spaces available and if you are interested, please contact Jennifer at com@wac.ch or me. Our PTA (Parent Teacher Association)needs new members! Gwen, who has headed the PTA this past school year can only be with us until the end of this year. If anyone is interested in taking over from her, just joining the PTA or if you need more information please contact Gwen at gwenguichebaron@mail.com or me. Lastly, I would like to thank all the teachers for coming in over the holidays to prepare the classrooms, school and lessons for the incoming school year. They are incredible! So, we wish you all a fun year with us at the LTCS – a happy place to learn!

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January 2002 and he instantly became a WAC member whether he liked it or not, making his debut as well at the Friday morning playgroup. Even now when we drive to Volketswil past the Giving You a Head Start with Getting Settled in Zurich place where the WAC‟s “little green hut” used www.readysteadyrelocate.com to be, I reminisce and the boys have no idea Corporate and Public Seminars, Private Consultations what I am going on about! Do you know why I still reverse park into the WAC parking spaces by Tracey Keenan even today? This was a requirement at the “little green hut” in Volketswil so that you could AU REVOIR! be careful of the little ones when leaving, can you imagine asking that of the Migros shoppers It was very odd last week not taking my chilnow in the Uster car park?! dren to the WAC. When I look back, we have been going there since the year 2000 - starting My children naturally went through the prewith the Friday morning playgroup! school programme - Bambis, Butterflies, Owls Arriving in Switzerland during the Summer of and even up until July when I would collect 2000, I was having panic attacks about how I Conor from the R/W class, I would chat with was going to make friends and meet people. Yvonne outside her classroom and we would Although I was not new to relocating, this time laugh as we reminisced how Thomas (then 2) was different - I was expecting my first baby used to break down in tears not only when I left and not going to meet my friends through work him at the Bambi class with her but also when I or sport as I had done so before. I picked up returned to pick him up! Now Thomas (10) is the book “Living in Switzerland” and looked at the same height as her! the long list of clubs available and noticed there was one nearby in Volketswil called the Women‟s Activity Club. To be honest, I was put off by the name, what on earth could that be? No website in those days, I made the phone call and arranged to drop by during the Friday morning Moms n Tots playgroup - the only playgroup running at the WAC in those days! I was welcomed with open arms in the “little green hut” although I had no “Tot” to bring to the playgroup, just a big bump! I continued to go to the playgroup with bump and as soon as Thomas was born - in November 2000 - I introduced him in person to the WAC. It was perfect for me and I soon became the Friday playgroup leader, taking over from somebody who had relocated. Conor was born soon after in

We are now about to relocate - not far, down the road to Lausanne - and I wanted to say a big thank you to Ida, Yvonne, Mahjabeen and Sangeeta for having provided such a wonderful programme for my boys. I am and have always been impressed to see how many teachers are there as long as we have been - a good sign for any school. I will always remember the WAC as a place where I met my good friends. Although a few of them have since moved on, my good friends who I am leaving behind are friends I made at the Friday morning playgroup way back in the years 2000-2003. With best wishes - Tracey Keenan

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READERS GONE WACky

Alice Knöpfel

THE READERS GONE WACKY Celebrate Another Year Of Good Books And Good Friends

In July, members of the Readers Gone WACky met at the Triangel Restaurant in Zumikon to celebrate another good year of reading. We enjoyed getting to know each other even better over a delicious meal. The next scheduled book club meetings are: September 7 The Lacuna by Barbara Kingsolver October

When the Killing’s Done by T.C. Boyle

November

Cleopatra – A Life by Stacy Schiff

December

Half Broke Horses by Jeanette Walls

New members welcome! Please call Alice Knoepfel (044 9122326) aknoepfel@swissonline.ch or Ursula Berger (043 833 9883) ursula.berger@hispeed.ch for more information.

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GIRLS„ CLUB NEWS

Nilsa Stettler-Padilla

Girls Club First Meeting Sept 10th 9:30 – 12 at the WAC Girls 5 years and older are invited to join us. The proposed Dates are as follows: Sept 10th

Open House and first meeting for the Girls Club: New groups to form; (5-7, 8-10 and 10+ -12 year olds) History, Goals, Plans. Parents participate first 30 minutes. Snack provided 6 SFR non-members 12 SFR

Oct. 1st Nov 12th Dec 3rd Dec 11th

is the WAC Christmas event.

It may read and sound overrated to have fun while learning so let me put it this way: The Girls Club is an opportunity to deepen friendships, put into practice fair play, truly benefit from intercultural experiences and increase the English vocabulary; girls growing into teens into young women. Interested? Join us on Sept 10th Nilsa Stettler and Jana Parkin

nilsa@e-wideweb.com

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LIBRARY NEWS

Judy Burckhardt

Dear WAC Members,

The Warlord's Kite ---- Another

 Welcome back! Hope your summer vacation went well. The Library is open again for an hour most mornings & all Wednesday af ternoons.

New DVD's: 

Arctic Tale (follows the birth to ado-

lescent of a couple of Arctic animals) National Geographic Super Pride (about Lions) 

Prehistoric Park (BBC Production

about extinct animals --- very good for children interested in dinosaurs, sabertooths, mammoths, etc. 

Remember the Titans (football story

telling the real life story of how some blacks &

Math Story to teach about finding the area of squares & rectangles. Also cute craft at the end.

Alex Rider Crocodile Tears --- The

latest in the teenage super-spy Alex Rider series

Moongobble Series ---- Fantasy sto-

ries with wonderful illustrations. (Slightly harder than Magic Tree House books) Remember again that you must be a current WAC Member in order to borrow from the Library. (So sorry, your friends & extended family may not borrow from the library.) And if at all possible, please borrow your DVD’s from us --- because it is the only way the WAC Library gets funds for buying more books & DVD’s.

If you wish to become a Library Volunteer, feel free to contact me: whites learned to work together to bejudy_burckhardt@hotmail.com. The Licome champions) brary can always use more volunteers to keep it open as much as possible for our members. Right now we cannot open on Tuesday & Wednesday mornings because of a shortage of man/woman-power. Thank you for your support. Hope to see you at the library some day.

New Children’s Books: 

The Warlord's Beads ---- Math Story

that tells about counting in tens & has a nice craft project at the end.

Warm Regards, J Judy

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WOMEN’S ACTIVITY CLUB MEMBERSHIP APPLICATION FORM 2010/11 Welcome to the WAC.. You have indicated a desire to be a member of this cooperative club which provides families with social and educational outlets. Please fill out the entire form .

1.

Personal Information Your Last Name __________________________

Partner’s Last Name __________________________

Your First Name __________________________

Partner’s First Name __________________________

Your Nationality __________________________

Partner’s Nationality __________________________

Current/Previous Occupation ________________

Partner’s Occupation __________________________

Children: Their Last Name: _________________ First Name: __________________ Birth date_________ First Name: _______________ Birth date__________ First Name: __________________ Birth date_________ First Name: _______________ Birth date__________ Street Address ___________________________________________________________________________ Postal Code _________ Town _________________Phone# __________________ Fax# ________________ Cell phone __________________________ Email ______________________________________________ Hobbies and talents that you may like to share with other members _________________________________ _______________________________________________________________________________________ How did you hear about the WAC? ____________________________________________

2.

Membership Fees* (non-refundable): please tick the appropriate box: 

WAC Full Membership WHOLE year (1st January— 31st December)

SFr. 160.-

WAC Full Membership HALF year (Jan—June, OR July—Dec) 90.WAC Associate Membership full year (Library use only)

*Note:

SFr. SFr.

90.-

The Membership fees are neither prorated nor refundable. A payment slip (Einzahlungsschein) will be sent to you. Please use this, as it allows our data system to accurately identify your payment. Membership is automatically renewed unless a written

cancellation is received. cancellation is received by

Cancellation or queries must be received by 10th December, via email to our Club Office Manager com@wac.ch. If no this date, your membership will be automatically renewed for the following year. Cancellation from the school is not an automatic cancellation from the Club. Contact com@wac.ch or write to: Women’s Activity Club Winterthurerstr. 18 8610 Uster

Tel.# 043 305 9250

Membership at the WAC allows for:

 participation in our club activities ranging from a Preschool, Reading and Writing after school programs to kids social as well as educational programs. Depending on member requests and staffing, there are also adult education, social events and community activities*.

 Newsletter 10 X year

 Rental of designated club rooms

*The fees for such activities are posted in our newsletter, on our communication board, website or available from our Club Office Manager. No-show cancellation policy applies to events with posted deadlines. Social events and extracurricular courses are available to non-members at double the posted fee. Use of WAC premises is at your own risk, refer to WAC Handbook for details.

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Disclaimer: Members, their families and guests are reminded that participation in WAC activities is entirely on their own discretion and/or risk. Neither the Womenâ€&#x;s Activity Club nor its representatives shall be held responsible for damage, injury or loss incurred by the use of Club property or participation in club events.

Cancellation Policy: WAC's goal is to provide as many cost conscientious events and courses to our members as possible without incurring financial losses. Except where specifically stated, a No-Show Policy is in effect for all courses and events at the WAC. Please observe the deadline and cut-off dates before canceling or withdrawing from such activities. Cancellations after the deadline will be charged in full.

Playgroups

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THIS IS WHAT WE ARE ABOUT : A PLACE TO LEARN AND TO HAVE FUN

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Cancellation Policy:

WAC's goal is to provide as many cost

conscientious events and courses to our members as possible without incurring financial losses. Except where specifically stated, a No-Show Policy is in effect for all courses and events at the WAC. Please observe the deadline and cut-off dates before canceling or withdrawing from such activities. Cancellations after the deadline will be charged in full.

Disclaimer: Members, their families and guests are reminded that participation in WAC activities is entirely on their own discretion and/or risk. Neither the Womenâ€&#x;s Activity Club nor its representatives shall be held responsible for damage, injury or loss incurred by the use of Club property or participation in club events.

Welcome Breakfast for New Members If you have recently joined the WAC, and want to know more about our programs, I invite you for breakfast to be announced on board from 9 to 11 am. Please come and share a moment with me, and meet some of the members. Confirm to me (Ana Wymann ) at : acledesma3@gmx.ch or call me 055 534 00 58 .

WEDNESDAY AFTERNOON COFFEE & CAKE ! A home-made cake, made by the baking talents of the WAC will be placed in the WAC kitchen on a weekly basis. Everyone can enjoy the nice taste of home-made baking for a very reasonable price while enjoying a cup of coffee or tea any time you are at the WAC and feel like it. Come and try it yourself. If you want, you can even take some home so your family can enjoy a taste too. Fresh cakes will be placed in the WAC Kitchen every Wednesday afternoon from 2:00 - 4:00pm. BAKING TALENTS NEEDED If you like baking and know some good recipes, please contact Helen Mylius 044 915 4962. The cost of baking will be reimbursed. Thank you in advance!

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Courses @ the WAC

English

Belly

Dancing

Ladies

Swimming

Kids 3 – ca. 10 yrs old

Ballet/ Tap Kids

Beginner / Intermediate Swimmers

For Current Schedule check the WOT Calendar! Disclaimer: Members, their families and guests are reminded that participation in WAC activities is entirely on their own discretion and/or risk. Neither the WAC nor its representatives shall be held responsible for damage, injury or loss incurred by the use of Club property or participation in club events.

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For Info on Swimming contact Debbie at wacswimming@yahoo.com For other Info contact Jennifer at com@wac.ch or 043 305 9250

Cancellation Policy: WACâ€&#x;s goal is to provide as many cost conscientious events and courses to our members as possible without incurring financial losses. Except where specifically stated, a NoShow Policy is in effect for all courses and events at the WAC. Please read the terms and conditions of your contract and only sign if you agree to them.

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English children„s books at very Mothering Matters is a non-profit, bi-monthly journal for Englishspeaking parents living in Switzerland with articles and information on child-rearing topics, suggestions and practical tips for child-related activities. A year‟s subscription costs SFr. 33. For more information, or to subscribe, go to

www.mmjournal.com

affordable prices. See the brochures in the clubroom. Orders are processed on the 10th of every month. All orders help us get free books and learning material for our School. All enquires to Helen Mylius 044 915 4962 myliushinardi@hotmail.com

ROOM RENTALS THE WAC DAY EXCURSION BOOK

For

information on renting the WAC„s facilities, please contact:

COM 043 305 9250 com@wac.ch

For all those excursions around Zurich and beyond, don„t forget the revised WAC Excursion Book, listing great days out in and around the Zurich ar ea.

Available from the office or library for just 15 SFr.

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Interior/Exterior

Maria Wightman

HELPERS REQUIRED! The summer holidays are truly over - even if we only just got the summer weather! The start of a new school year means that It's time for most of us to establish a new routine at home - and also at the WAC. As part of organising the Interior / Exterior running at the WAC I have had to bid a fond farewell to a few of my fantastic helpers who have moved on to other things and some to other countries. Special thanks for all their help goes to Kate Taylor for recycling and towel washing and Elke Schmahl for weekly cleaning of the coffee machine - best wishes for the future to you both! This leaves me with a gap in helpers and I am looking to find a couple of volunteers willing to take just a few minutes each week to help out with these tasks. Sign up sheets are in place on the main Notice Board, take a look and perhaps a few of you will consider helping out just a little, cumulatively the effects can be great!

KID'S FLEA MARKET / KINDER BÖRSE Where parents buy & sell

Sunday, September 25th from 10:00 a.m. - 1:00 p.m. This year‟s Kid‟s Flea Market will be hosted here at the WAC. A chance to buy used items cheaply in a casual and comfortable setting. There will be lots of baby and children‟s items, clothes, toys, books, DVDs, games etc. Or take part as a stallholder and sell your outgrown children's goods. Interested see the WAC notice board for more info and sign up. Contact Maria Kralj, 079-532-0475, 043-466-9014, mperenyi@yahoo.com

Both members and non-members are welcome to participate!

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Playgroup Coordinator A Great Rainy Day Activity How often do you wake up to a rainy day, and have no idea how to keep your little ones busy at home? Well, all that may change once you try homemade slime. It will keep both you and your whole family busy for hours, and if used correctly, could actually clean your bath tub! It will turn solid when you grab it, and become slime when let go. I must admit, I could play with this stuff for hours, and all you need is cornstarch and some water. Here‟s what you do:

Dana Levy Hoffmann an empty bathtub and let them go to town hitting, slapping and picking up the slime to watch it melt between their fingers and return to liquid. When finished, simply rinse off! 4. Store: This mixture keeps in an airtight container forever. If it dries out, simply add a little extra water and stir to combine.

Additional Notes This mixture can be "eyeballed" in any amount. If you'd like to only make a super small amount, simply add a few tablespoons of cornstarch and add water a few drops at a time! If it's too wet, add more cornstarch, too dry, add more water — it's as easy as that! Thinner mixtures can also be used as liquid sidewalk chalk paint!

Materials: 1 1/2 cup Cornstarch 1/2 cup Tap Water Food Coloring (optional) Liquid Extracts (optional) Empty Container

Instructions 1. Mix: Add cornstarch and water to container of choice. Empty food containers (yogurt, sour cream, food storage containers) work great. Stir supergently with a fork, the mixture will come together, but if you stir too quickly, the cornstarch will make things difficult (think quick-sand) and the water won't fully absorb. Mixture should be firm when mixed quickly with a fork and will crumble, while liquid when a finger is pushed slowly to the surface. 2. Stir In Additives: If you'd like, you may add in a few drops of food coloring or baking extracts to make things a little more colorful and smelly. (they may also be added to the water before mixing, but truth be told, we always forget) 3. Ready, Set, Play!: "Clean Slime" is a great outdoor or bathtub activity. If less is made (or smaller portions are used... think Dixie cup size), it's easily played with on any sealed piece of furniture. The mixture simply wipes up when finished.. Our favorite place to turn kids loose with it, however, is the bathroom. Plunk a kid down in

One important note: rather than tossing it down the sink, leave in the container and let warm water run on it for a while, that way you won‟t clog your sink. Oh, and if you do decide to let little ones help you clean the bath tub, make sure they play with it when there is no water in the tub, otherwise you might have a hard time pulling them out of there. Enjoy those rainy days!

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BOYS‘ CLUB Time: Saturday, about once a month, probably in the morning eg 9.30-12am Place: mostly outside, in the woods, area Uster/ Wetzikon Ideas: We basically want to integrate the boys‟ and your ideas. These could be: playing in the woods, building huts, dam the stream, climb, get dirty, go for minigolf/ bowling/…, go for an outing, etc. Age range: about 7-10 years (increases with the age of the current members!) Only conditions: be a boy , love being outside and speak English Responsible adults: Mirjam&Thomas Egli-Rohr or other helpers Costs to cover the expenses: Fr. 6.Are you interested? Please send an e-mail so you‟ll get the necessary information for our activities. Mirjam Egli-Rohr: m_eglirohr@yahoo.com Newcomers are welcome, though we‟ll try not to have more than 10 boys for each activity.

Recipe A seasonal quick light supper along a nice mixed leaves salad. Zucchini Fritters

Ingredients        

4 small or 2 medium zucchinis (about 350g) 1 tbsp plain flour 2 eggs, beaten 1 tbsp finely chopped herbs (mint and chives or thyme) The zest of 1 lemon 1 clove of garlic, finely chopped 2 spring onions, peeled and shredded Olive oil

Recipe

Nancy Dodds tea towel and place the zucchinis pulp in the middle. Wring the tea towel out over the sink. The pulp should collect in a fat bulb, and a surprising amount of water will come out. Place the flour in a bowl and add the beaten eggs, herbs, lemon zest, garlic, spring onions and zucchinis. Season with sea salt and pepper. Heat a large frying-pan with a couple of tablespoons of olive oil. When the oil is hot, take a heaped tablespoon of the zucchinis mixture and drop it into the pan, flattening it out slightly with the back of the spoon. Don’t muck about with it until the bottom is golden brown (a couple of minutes) or the whole thing will disintegrate. Flip it over with a spatula and give each fritter a couple of minutes before draining on a plate lined with paper towel .

Grate the zucchinis coarsely. If you have time, salt and leave them to drain in a colander. Take a clean

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SUNDAY

MONDAY

TUESDAY

WEDNESDAY

THURSDAY

FRIDAY

SATURDAY

1

2

3

PLAYGROUP

PLAYGROUP

BALLET

9.30-11.30 am

9.30-11.30 am

10-11 am

ENGLISH

4

5

6

7

8

9

10

PINK RIBBON

SWIMMING

PLAYGROUP

ZUMBA

PLAYGROUP

PLAYGROUP

GIRL„S CLUB

RACE

3-9 years old

9.30-11.30 am

7-8pm

9.30-11.30 am

9.30-11.30 am

BALLET

BOOKCLUB

ENGLISH

@ 8pm

9.15-10.45 am

BELLY DANCING

10-11 am

6.30-7.30 pm 11

12

13

14

15

16

17

SWIMMING

PLAYGROUP

ZUMBA

PLAYGROUP

PLAYGROUP

BALLET

3-9 years old

9.30-11.30 am

7-8pm

9.30-11.30 am

9.30-11.30 am

10-11 am

BELLY

ENGLISH

DANCING

9.15-10.45 am

6.30-7.30 pm

18

19

20

21

22

23

24

SWIMMING

PLAYGROUP

LTCS

PLAYGROUP

PLAYGROUP

BALLET

3-9 years old

9.30-11.30 am

INFOR

9.30-11.30 am

9.30-11.30 am

10-11 am

MATION

BELLY

EVENING

DANCING

ENGLISH 9.15-10.45 am

6.30-7.30 pm

25

26

27

28

29

30

KID„S FLEA

SWIMMING

PLAYGROUP

ZUMBA

PLAYGROUP

PLAYGROUP

3-9 years old

9.30-11.30 am

7-8pm

9.30-11.30 am

9.30-11.30 am

MARKET 10-1 am

BELLY DANCING

ENGLISH 9.15-10.45 am

6.30-7.30 pm

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SUNDAY

MONDAY

TUESDAY

WEDNESDAY

THURSDAY

FRIDAY

SATURDAY 1 BALLET 10-11 am GIRL„S CLUB

2

3

4

5

6

7

SWIMMING

PLAYGROUP

ZUMBA

PLAYGROUP

PLAYGROUP

3-9 years old

9.30-11.30 am

7-8pm

9.30-11.30 am

9.30-11.30 am

BOOKCLUB

ENGLISH

@ 8pm

9.15-10.45 am

12

13

BELLY DANCING

8

6.30-7.30 pm 9

10

11

14

15

21

22

FALL BREAK 16

17

18

19

20

SCHOOL CLOSED 23

24

25

26

27

28

29

SWIMMING

PLAYGROUP

ZUMBA

PLAYGROUP

PLAYGROUP

BALLET

3-9 years old

9.30-11.30 am

7-8pm

9.30-11.30 am

9.30-11.30 am

10-11 am

ENGLISH 9.15-10.45 am

30

31

HALLOWEEN

SWIMMING

PARTY

3-9 years old BELLY DANCING 6.30-7.30 pm

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