Rep. Huseman releases info on legislative pages
By: Associated Press
(DES MOINES) -Rep. Dan Huseman (R-Aurelia) today released information on the Iowa Legislative Page program. Each year the Iowa House of Representatives, Iowa Senate and Legislative Services Agency (LSA) employs Iowa high school juniors and seniors to serve as Pages for the legislative session.
Duties of the Senate Pages, House Pages, and LSA Pages vary slightly but generally Pages provide invaluable assistance to Representatives or Senators and staff by assisting with tasks such as the switchboard, delivering messages, distributing legislation, assisting committee chairpersons or sorting amendments. Pages are paid and many schools grant credit for a student's work in the Legislature.
Rep. Huseman is encouraging local students to apply for the Page program.
"The page program is a really great opportunity for students to learn real world experiences, gain a greater understanding of government and learn new skills," said Huseman.
The application for the 2009 Legislative Page Program is due no later than October 3, 2008. To receive more information or an application, Rep. Huseman hopes those interested will visit www.legis.state.ia.us/PageInfo
Parenting with Love and Logic for West Elementary parents
Raise children who are self-confident, motivated and ready for the real world with this win-win Love and Logic approach to parenting. Children win because they'll learn to solve their own problems while gaining the confidence they need to meet life's challenges.
Through the Love and Logic program, offered by CommUNITY Education, parents win by establishing healthy control - without resorting to anger, threats, nagging or exhausting power struggles.
On site- childcare will be provided. This class will be presented in English by Denise Jennett, certified instructor .
Class times will be four Sundays - Nov. 2, 9, 16 and 23, 4-6 p.m.. Registration deadline is Thursday, Oct. 30. Class will be held at West Elementary School Media Center. Fee is $10 per family. There will be a one-time $5 childcare fee if using this option.
Emeritus University will explore the wonderful world of sound
Some say that the science of daily life is the most interesting, for example, sound. What is this phenomenon that we take for granted? How does sound travel? How do we hear it why does hearing change with age? All these things will be investigated during the next Emeritus University, sponsored by CommUNITY Education, by Dr. Joe Traylor, retired Buena Vista University professor.
This program will be held Monday, Oct. 13, 3:30-5 p.m. at the Storm Lake United Methodist Church sanctuary.
There is no charge and no registration required.