Tuesday, February 9, 7-9pm: FiFun Meeting in Media Center. No childcare provided.
Wednesday, February 10, 6-7:30pm: AAOCC Meeting. Free childcare provided. See below.
Tuesday, March 1, 10AM-10PM: Restaurant Night at Bandito's. See below.


Fundraiser: To help AAO raise money by simply running your routine errands, click here.
Fundraiser: Mabel's Labels, order here.
Fundraiser: Buy Scrip, click here to find out how!
Fundraiser: Shop at smile.amazon.com and direct 0.5% of your purchases to AAOCC.  Read more about the AmazonSmiles Foundation here.


February AAOCC Meeting: Cyber Safety

Wednesday, February 10
6-7:30pm in the Media Center

Melissa Hudson is the Cyber Safety Program Coordinator for Washtenaw Area Council for Children. Established in the 70s, WACC is an Ann Arbor nonprofit agency that advocates for the safety of children throughout Michigan. Within Washtenaw county alone, our cyber safety program reaches roughly 7,000 students, parents and youth-serving professionals a year. Our student workshops, assemblies, parent workshops and professional seminars aim to educate the public on the issues of cybersafety and digital reputation.  Session topics include cyber bullying, sexting, privacy and security and digital reputation.  

Free Childcare provided by 7th & 8th graders!

Restaurant Night at Bandito's

Tuesday, March 1, 10am-10pm
Bandito's, 216 S. 4th Avenue, downtown between Liberty and Washington

Stop by for lunch, dinner or both at Bandito's. There is no flyer for this event. Just tell them you are with AAO when you pay. Their reward system is tiered with AAO receiving 10% of $0-$200 worth of purchases, 20% of $200-$900 and 25% of $900 on up. So the more we eat, the better we do! 

Metered street parking is available, as are lots and structures. The nearest structure (1/2 block away) is at the Northwest corner of 4th and Washington. Available Parking Map

Questions? Contact Stacey or Bandito's website.




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