Tuesday, April 22nd
We encourage parents and secondary school students (7th—12th grade) to attend. Along with our guest speaker, a panel of experts will be available to answer questions in the Q & A following the presentation.
|7-9:30 pm||Plumsteadville Inn||Rt 611 & Stump Road, Plumsteadville|
|6:30 - 9:30 pm||The Zen Den Coffee Boutique||20 Donaldson Street, Doylestown|
If you are interested in performing at venues throughout Central Bucks, contact Barbara Gross, 215-489-9120 or email@example.com
Beginning last year, we took CBCEF Parent Rap program “on the road” to our local schools. We felt that it would be easier for Home and School Associations and Parent Councils to choose the date and time for interested parents. We will continue this approach this coming year, where we will bring professionals to you to answer your parenting questions. The format is an informal discussion, not a presentation, facilitated by these professionals, with a give and take between parents who contribute valuable insights from their own experiences. If you would like to have a Parent Rap at your school, speak to your 40 Assets Parent Ambassador, Home and School President, or Principal about your interest.*There is no charge for a Parent Rap session-your school can book as many as they like. For more information, contact Barbara Gross at 215-489-9120 or firstname.lastname@example.org
252 W. Swamp Road, Suite #5, Doylestown
Bring whatever issues you
would like to discuss. There is no set “agenda.”
For more information contact Barbara Gross
@ 215-489-9120. Voluntary donation appreciated
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Dinner with Your Children. Family Day - is a national
movement that reminds parents that what their kids
really want at the dinner table is THEM!
The National Center on Addiction and Substance
Abuse (CASA) at Columbia University launched
Family Day in 2001 after its research consistently
found that the more often kids eat dinner with
their families, the less likely they are to
smoke, drink or use drugs.