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Saturday, May 29, 2010

Conference Updates

I want to thank all of you who attended my talks at the 2010 Minnesota Catholic Home Educators Conference. I will update shortly with outlines and more data from my talks. Stay tuned!


Kim said...

Hi Cathie,
Your beginning homeschooling talk was great. It was packed with such valuable information and so validating for me (just finished kidnergarten with my oldest and deciding about next year). I had a lot to talk with my husband about when I got home. Thanks so much! I'll watch your blog for notes on your other talks, wish I could have made it to all of them!
Kim (Erin's friend)

The Road Scholar said...

Hi Kim,

Thanks for attending! I had such a great time.

I will be updating the blog with notes after the weekend!

All the best,

Anonymous said...


I think your workshop (How to Get Your Kids to See the Light, or feel it, or hear it) would be a wonderful addition to the statewide Minnesota Homeschoolers' Alliance annual conference (Sept. 25, 2010, at the New Brighton Family Service Center)

Consider submitting a workshop proposal!

The Road Scholar said...

Thank you, Anonymous. I will be submitting a proposal to talk at MHA. Thanks for the tip!