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Check out the field trip photos from the CIS After School Program at Northglade to the Frederik Meijer Gardens. https://www.facebook.com/CISKalamazoo/ http://ow.ly/i/uUZW2 http://ow.ly/i/uUZUK
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Check out these great photos of the Kalamazoo Kids in Tune taken by Colin Howe Photography from Art Hop last Friday. https://kidsintune.org/2017/05/10/kids-in-tune-pictures-from-the-may-art-hop-performance/

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A big thanks to all came out to the N. Burdick Street Block Party and played Roll a Monster at the CIS/Kalamazoo Promise table!
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Join us tomorrow at Kalamazoo Art Hop! You can find CIS at two places:

We'll have a table at the 2017 N. Burdick Street Block Party shared with The Kalamazoo Promise. The event starts at 5:00pm and will include art exhibits, games, music, and the community resource fair. Stop by and say hi! https://www.facebook.com/events/1280978378605768/

You can also catch us at the Epic Center in the Wellspring Theater with Kalamazoo Kids in Tune at the Kids in Tune, Friday at the Art Hop! The concert starts at 5:30pm and ends at 6:30pm. https://www.facebook.com/events/1524914174217371/?notif_t=events_add_page_cohost&notif_id=1493900901246782

We hope to see you there rain or shine!

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Today we feature twins, Diamond and Dominique Mahone. Both students are fifth graders at King Westwood Elementary School and featured in our upcoming CIS Connections.
In fact, they are the inspiration behind the newsletter’s theme: Double! We’re thankful to their school’s CIS Site Coordinator Laura Keiser for introducing us to these two young people who, because of their hard work, are succeeding in school. With support from their home and school family, and in concert with the community working through CIS, the twins attendance, behavior, and academics are on track as they prepare for middle school next year.
“Diamond and Dominique are both unique and kind individuals,” notes Laura. “It’s wonderful to see how nice they are to each other. They compliment each other. Often, you see them walking around, arms casually resting around the other one’s shoulders.”
http://ciskalamazoo.org/two-shining-students-diamond-and-dominique-mahone/
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