1100 North Main St
Ann Arbor, Michigan 48104

***This date is for girls in grades 5-6. There will be events throughout the 2010-11 school year for grades 4-7.

A fun, hands-on, interactive workshop for girls in grades 4-7 and their mothers or female caregivers that explores cliques, bullying and media influences while empowering and encouraging young women to form positive alliances with their peers and adult females in their lives. The workshop, facilitated by professionals from UCCF, teaches positive ways to handle and prevent relational aggression.

The workshops are offered once a month on a weekend afternoon. Advance registration is required. A program fee of $20 per participant covers the cost of lunch and materials. Scholarships are available to cover this cost.

Registration, Time & Location:
To register, please call us at (734) 764-3432 or visit the SMSG website, www.strongmomsstronggirls.org and select “Workshops”.
All workshops start at 12:00 pm and run until 5:00 pm. They are located at the NEW Center, 1100 N. Main St., Ann Arbor, 48104

What is Strong Moms Strong Girls?
The Strong Moms Strong Girls (SMSG) program is an innovative community resource committed to providing girls with the tools needed to navigate conflict constructively, allowing them to form healthy friendships and peer support. SMSG also provides mothers, caretakers, community educators, and mentors with the knowledge and tools they need in order to help these young women meet this social challenge. The program is a collaborative effort between the University Center for the Child and the Family and the Junior League of Ann Arbor.

Added by ihamktg on September 24, 2010