What is the Empty Chair?

Attendance matters for success, both in school and in life. When a student is absent from school, he/she misses out on opportunities to learn and succeed.

The Empty Chair is a symbol that stresses the importance of attendance and the fact that a teacher cannot teach an empty chair.

This initiative by the Mayor's Attendance Task Force is part of a strategy to develop a culture of attendance. Understanding that everyone in the community has a stake and a role in ensuring that every student attends school every day, the group is seeking to engage different sectors of the community and work together to improve attendance.

NEW! Watercolor Classes begin September 16th

Carol Lynn Hall will offer watercolor painting classes on Tuesday evenings (6:30 - 8:30pm) starting on September 16th.

Carol Lynn taught art in Boston for 25 years, is a member of the Portrait Society of America and vice president of the Greater Fall River Art Association.

6 Weeks of classes are $50. Individual classes, $15.

New students may enroll at any time as lessons are personalized and all skill levels are welcome, including beginners.

For a list of supplies and to register, contact:
Carol Lynn Hall at 508.493.7460508.493.7460.

Saint Anne's Neighborhood Associaton 2nd Annual Paint the Hydrants Event

The Saint Anne's Neighborhood Association is hosting its second Paint the Hydrants Event on Saturday, September 27th from 9:00am - 12noon.

We will be meeting at the corner of Broadway and Middle Streets. We will have paint and materials to paint the fire hydrants in our neighborhood. Please wear comfortable clothes that you won't mind getting dirty. Please wear sunscreen and comfortable shoes. There is good amount of walking involved.

Last year we completed about 15 hydrants and the effect was significant! It only takes about 15 minutes per hydrant with 2-3 people at each hydrant. This is a simple volunteer effort that will beautify our neighborhood. Bring a friend!

https://www.facebook.com/events/342841262548732/

Road to Healing: Advocacy for Those Affected by Impaired Driving

Providing free and confidential support service family, friend, witnesses and survivors who have been affected either directly of indirectly by an accident involving an impaired driver.

Services include:

  • Crisis Intervention
  • Individual and Family Counseling
  • Support Groups
  • Case Managements
  • Court Advocacy
  • Resource Coordination
  • Program Referral Support Services

All services available for Fall River residents.

South Shore Women's Resource Center | 508-746-2664.

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