Issue #90 - April 2019

A Note From the Founder - Thanks For Your Support!

by Kerry Cordy

Last month we tried something new and decided to participate in the first online homeschool convention.  The 3 day event turned into four as the first day the servers crashed from too much traffic and they were forced to add an extra day.  In spite of the fact that the servers kept crashing, making views our online booths nearly impossible, several die hard Frontier Girl members stuck it out (one for 5.5 hours!) until they were able to post a review of the Frontier Girls program to help us out.  While overall, the convention was a disappointment as far as exposure and new members, it did serve to show me just how loyal and amazing our current membership is.  That so many of you would take the time to leave a review in the first place was an honor and for those who persisted through the server crashes to actually get them posted, I applaud you.  Well done!  It is times like this that remind me why our community is so special.  I have never met a group more willing to engage and support one another in every way imaginable.  Thank you for living our motto, "If you see a need, take the lead!"



Month of the Military Child 2019

April is designated as the Month of the Military Child; a time to honor the sacrifices made by military families worldwide, with an emphasis on the experience of the dependent children of military members serving at home and overseas. Month of the Military Child is sponsored by the Department of Defense Military Community and Family Policy and supported by many other organizations such as the DoDEA.  As we have many military families involved with Frontier Girls we encourage you to support your local military kids.

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Pennsylvania Get Together!

submitted by Ellen Smith


For PA, NY, NJ, and MD troops
I am sure most local troops will be marching in their own parade, for Memorial Day, but I still wanted to invite everyone out! 
We will be having our ceremony at the, now 2 year old, Veteran