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    Upper School Reaches Uganda

    ACA’s Upper School has a small-group service project called “shoe cutting parties” to aid Sole Hope Mission. Our students divide into stations where they trace, cut, and organize several pieces of material and fabric that make shoes for children in Africa. The material and fabric are then shipped to Africa for final assembly. The shoe cutting parties are a fun way to bring groups together for a spiritually rewarding cause. Sole Hope is an organization whose purpose is to find ways to prevent foot-related diseases among children in Africa. One preventative method is closed-toe shoes for those in Uganda who have none. Jiggers, a devastating cause of infection, disease, and even death, is a sand flea found in sub-Saharan dry climates that burrow into the skin and multiply. Jiggers leave painful open wounds, creating difficulty walking and leading to worsening health. Since a large number of children in Uganda are shoeless, the risks of getting infected rise. Providing closed-toed shoes makes a positive impact. On Wednesdays ACA students gather together to help Sole Hope by providing and cutting fabric. Since the beginning of the school year the students have been working diligently at their parties to help Sole Hope with their admirable mission. In addition, a team from ACA has gone to Uganda to help Sole Hope meet and treat children in need.

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    Golden Raffle Tuition Ticket

    The golden ticket raffle winner will receive a Tuition Certificate providing free tuition for one student for the 2015-16 school year. Raffle tickets are $50 each. Only 500 tickets will be sold! You do not have to be present to win. This certificate is valid for the youngest student in the family. The raffle winner may apply the certificate to their youngest student's tuition or gift it to another family.

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    Hello, Dolly!

    Don't miss out on our Upper School Spring Musical, Hello, Dolly! Matchmaker Dolly Levi is a widow, a matchmaker, and also a professional meddler - but everything changes when she decides that the next match she needs to make is to find someone for herself. Set in New York City at the turn-of-the-century, Hello, Dolly! is an irresistible story from start to finish. Hello, Dolly! features such memorable songs as “Before the Parade Passes By,” “It Only Takes a Moment,” “Put on Your Sunday Clothes,” and - of course - the title number, “Hello, Dolly!” Plan to join us for Asheville Christian Academy’s production of one of the most iconic Broadway shows of its era, Hello, Dolly! The show runs March 11 through 14. All Seats $15 ($8 ages 10 and under). If you have any questions, please call Anna Harris at 581-2201. Tickets are on sale now! Click here to purchase tickets online.

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    Eat Spaghetti for Hoops for Habitat!

    Come out and support the Hoops for Habitat event Friday, January 23 when ACA’s basketball teams will take on rival Carolina Day School. During game intermissions, students, parents, and fans will be able to purchase bottomless spaghetti bowls to enjoy while watching the event. All proceeds go toward the Habitat for Humanity $18,000 goal that our students have been fundraising for since the beginning of the school year. ACA has raised over $8,000 towards their goal and were recently approved with Carolina Day and Christ School for a $4,000 State Farm grant.

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    Coach Torri Render Coach of the Year

    ACA’s Torri Render received Western North Carolina’s Coach Of The Year Award. Coach Render led the Lions to the NCISAA State championship, defeating Caldwell Academy 3-1 in the finals. Along with a state championship, Render’s group won the Carolina Athletic Association tournament title as well as their regular season co-championship. The 26-6 Lions were led by players Taylor Robinson (NCISAA All-State Honors), Maribeth Harrington (All-CAA Honors), Kate Condra (All-CAA Honors), and Bethany Sikkink (All-CAA Honors). Coach Render is in her 4th season at Asheville Christian Academy.

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    McIlwain Signs to Play College Basketball

    Wednesday was a big day for Asheville Christian Academy's big man. Lions senior center Jeff McIlwain signed to play college basketball for UNC Pembroke with hundreds of his classmates looking on during a ceremony in the school's new cafeteria. McIlwain is 6-foot-9 and averaged 8.6 points and 7.8 rebounds per game as a junior for the Carolinas Athletic Association regular-season and tournament champion Lions (24-5). McIlwain was selected to the All-CAA team and is one of three returning starters for this season's team. "We wish Jeff the best, he has worked hard for this opportunity," ACA coach Andy Ray said. "We're looking forward to a fun season now that he knows where he is going."