Date: Sunday, December 5, 2021 Time: 12:00p - 4:00p Location: The Regal Theater Stonestown Galleria
Good luck seniors!
Lowell PTSA is partnering with the TRY HARDER! film team and the American College of Traditional Chinese Medicine (A.C.T.C.M) to provide a Wellness event for the Lowell community during the college admissions season. Please join us take a moment to come together in conversation and community to celebrate our stories and celebrate self-care.
Enjoy food and refreshments provided by Lowell PTSA Free Acupuncture ear clinic during event provided by A.C.T.C.M
try harder! is a film that follows 5 students, at Lowell High School, as they navigate the rigorous higher education admissions process.
We hope you can join us to:
- Discuss the film and explore Impact campaign to center students at the heart of college admissions through wellness and DEI storytelling - Enjoy food and refreshments provided by Lowell PTSA - Free Acupuncture ear clinic during event provide by A.C.T.C.M
To apply: Please be sure to review the PTSA Grant Funding Guidelines and Grants FAQs carefully before completing the application. All required fields marked with an * must be completed in full. Once you have completed all sections, please click on the “Submit” button at the end of the application.
Grant award announcement will take place at the February 2022 General Membership Meeting. If you have questions, please contact: email@example.com
Grant applications are due January 7th at 4pm. NO EXCEPTIONS!
B2B is offering a a 20% discount on
Who: to the whole Lowell community including alumni
When: Wednesday, December 1st to Friday, December 17th
opening hours: Daily 8:30am to 4pm,
Wednesdays we close at 3pm
Where: at Book to Book, our PTSA run student store
located close to the main entrance
We accept cash, checks, cards, and Apple pay We are looking forward to serving you at our store
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