Sunny Days and Pizza with LELL

Hello everyone! May has brought along some warm sunny days – make sure to take full advantage of them! 😊

Our top priority has always been to provide our learners with flexibility of time and location so that they can manage to continue with their learning despite their busy schedules. Therefore, please feel free to reach out to us to enroll in group, one-on-one, and online classes. Some of the open group classes right now are:

  • News for you: Fridays (10:30-12:30)
  • Conversation circle: Fridays (12:30-2:30)

 

LELL is also going to start new groups soon, so this should be the right time to reach out to us if you have any specific class needs.

 

Thank You

Thank you to all our Tutors. LELL is a big group of 160 active learners, and it would not have been possible without your support and commitment.

 

Something Fun!

Some of the LELL learners had the opportunity to attend a pizza-making session at The Hallway Café. The learners thoroughly enjoyed the activity and are looking forward to more such events.

If you are a learner and have any field trip ideas make sure you share them with us! 😊

 

Mother’s Day Poem

Lastly, as May 12th was Mother’s Day, here is a beautiful poem:

Her Hands
by Maggie Pittman

Her hands held me gently from the day I took my first breath.
Her hands helped to guide me as I took my first step.
Her hands held me close when the tears would start to fall.
Her hands were quick to show me that she would take care of it all.

Her hands were there to brush my hair or straighten a wayward bow.
Her hands were often there to comfort the hurts that didn’t always show.
Her hands helped hold the stars in place and encouraged me to reach.
Her hands would clap and cheer and praise when I captured them at length.

Her hands would also push me, though not down or in harm’s way.
Her hands would punctuate the words, just do what I say.
Her hands sometimes had to be disciplined, to help bend this young tree.
Her hands would shape and mold me into all she knew I could be.

Her hands are now twisting with age and years of work,
Her hand now needs my gentle touch to rub away the hurt.
Her hands are more beautiful than anything can be.
Her hands are the reason I am me.

LELL Coordinator

Ravneet Shergill
Call: 780-424-5514, press 2

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