CB Cares 365

News and resources for parents, educators, and community members, 365 days a year.

Pumpkinfest on hiatus for 2022 – will be back in 2023!

By CB Cares / October 18, 2022

Due to the actions of the CBSD and its disruption of virtually all of our beloved CB Cares programs, we were forced to cancel Pumpkinfest for 2022. We are regrouping and will be back in 2023 at the Tile Works for the best Pumpkinfest ever! Thank you for your understanding and see you in ’23!

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Mindful Tips from Doylestown Health

By CB Cares EF / March 25, 2020

From Ashley Heidler, MSN, RN, CPN, manager of pediatric outreach and education at Doylestown Health Deep breaths! We may not be able to control the things happening around us, but we can control how we respond. Mindfulness can be described as “paying attention on purpose (using your senses) with a kind heart (in a non-judgmental…

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Assets in Action: Tips for February’s Asset

By CB Cares EF / February 10, 2020

Build Asset #26: Caring Tips for building this Asset: Caring about others includes caring for a lot of different people: those in your family, neighborhood, school, community, state, country, and the world. It can also include caring for animals and the environment. Volunteering—whether for a group or an individual—is an excellent way for young people…

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Jersey Mike’s Subs Donates $4,297

By CB Cares EF / February 10, 2020

Thanks to our friends at the new Jersey Mike’s Subs in the Cross Keys Place for their generous support of CB Cares EF. More than 1,400 grand opening coupons were redeemed for a free sub with $3 donation benefiting CB Cares EF. The owners Chris, Ryan, and Jill became instant fans of the organization, and…

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Alumni Spotlight: Rebecca Lee

By CB Cares EF / January 27, 2020

This month’s CBSD alumni spotlight is on Class of 2018 CB West graduate, Rebecca Lee, whose artistic flare has contributed to CB Cares events throughout her high school career. Rebecca is currently attending Temple University studying middle school education and recently joined creative forces with her partner, Paris Graham of “Just Be Books,” to illustrate,…

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Alumni Spotlight: Rick Lyons

By CB Cares EF / December 5, 2019

This month’s alumni spotlight is on lawyer and real estate investor Rick Lyons, who graduated from Central Bucks West in 1972. During his time at CB West, one of his favorite teachers was Miss Stanley, who taught math. As a student, he was on the varsity golf team, which was coincidentally coached by famed high…

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Make Supporting CB Cares EF Your Bag

By CB Cares EF / November 4, 2019

This month, as we welcome the season of giving, support CB Cares Educational Foundation through the GIANT Food Stores’ Bags 4 My Cause program. Every time a reusable Bags 4 My Cause bag is purchased at the GIANT in Warrington, CB Cares EF will receive $1, unless otherwise directed by the customer through the Giving…

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Alumni Spotlight: Tina Mazaheri, Esq.

By CB Cares EF / November 2, 2019

This month’s alumni spotlight is on Tina Mazaheri who is a lifetime Doylestown resident, attending Kutz, Lenape and CB East. She has been a Pennsylvania attorney for over 25 years with a practice in Doylestown. She has a master’s degree in litigation and is also a licensed Pennsylvania and New Jersey real estate broker. Her…

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Congratulations to Our Award-Winning Carvers

By CB Cares EF / October 25, 2019

Congratulations to our award-winning carvers from Pumpkinfest 2019: Malloy Ribbon for Most Creative: Jeff Brown 1st Place: Doug and Judy May People’s Choice and 2nd Place: Tim and Ronan Petrosky Carvers’ Choice and Third Place: Mia Woo & Gabrielle Miller Honorable Mention: Kathleen Sheehan Ellen Hill and Nicole Morin Chrissy and Marie Maber Newfield Award…

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Alumni Spotlight: Ron Stouse, Mayor of Doylestown Borough

By CB Cares EF / October 14, 2019

Mayor Ron Strouse graduated from Central Bucks High School in 1965, before the high schools split in 1969. He said his English literature class was a catalyst in his interest of historical fiction. As Mayor, he continues to share his  passion for history as he is invited into the 2nd grade classrooms in our  local…

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