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Homeschoolers Of Wyoming (H.O.W.)
E-News February Issue 2, Volume 6


2014 Convention

Norm Wakefield




 

Second Keynote Speaker



The calling of God in Norm's life has given him a heart for men and their families. His calling as a child of God has birthed an emphasis on the gospel and relationship with Jesus Christ. As a husband, Norm longs to see marriages that glorify God. His calling as a father of four, has given him a heart for family. When God called Norm into the pastoral ministry, God led him to disciple and encourage men. He will be speaking on teaching children with disabilities as well as other topics. You can learn more about Norm on his website at www.spiritofelijah.com.

   



American Dream Essay Contest

Attention all 10th, 11th, and 12th grade students! It's time to turn in your essay! The essay must be written on one of the "Ten Principles to Live By" as described in James P. Owens' book, Cowboy Ethics, Cowboy Values.
HOW local winners will receive: First Place $300 Second Place: $200 Third Place: $100, and the state winners will receive: First Place: $3,000 Second Place: $2,000 Third Place: $1,000. So get familiar with the  "Ten Principles to Live By" and write a great essay!
  All entries must be received by HOW on or before February 14th, 2014. A minimum of 15 essays must be received before any homeschool essays will be accepted into the competition, and we still need entries! The essays must be between 300 and 2000 words, typewritten, and mailed to: HOW Essay Contest, 512 E. 2ND Ave., Torrington, WY 82240. Entries received after February 14th will not be considered, so enter early! Here is the list. Choose one and write your essay!
1. Live each day with courage
2. Take pride in your work
3. Always finish what you start
4. Do what has to be done
5. Be tough but fair
6. When you make a promise, keep it
7. Ride for the Brand
8. Talk less and say more
9. Remember that some things aren't for sale
10. Know where to draw the line

   



Article Submissions
If you (or your child) are interested in writing a "how-to" article or series of articles, we'd love to see them! Have you authored an original short story or comic? We also welcome any writer who would like to try being a "journalist" for the eNews. If we use your article, you will see your 'by line' in print!
If you or your local group have any information you would like included in the H.O.W. News, please send it to us here. We are glad to look at including any homeschool relevant material, but do reserve the right to edit any article.  Please help us make the H.O.W. news interesting and useful for everyone!

Calls Needed on HB0026
Please call your representatives and senators and ask them to vote 'NO' on HB0026.
This year senate and house joint education committees are bringing HB0026,
Education-early childhood programs. This bill is NOT universal, but a grant
program, which will be the first step.
Because it is brought by both committees it is probable that the rest of the
house and senate (other than those who believe and understand the
proper role of government) will vote for it and it may pass the 2/3 mark.
Then it will be assigned to committee-both already brought it-so it will be
a rubber stamp and back to the floor.

HOW opposes any expansion of state involvement in education. We need
to stop this and keep our children's education in the hands of parents.


 

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