Tuesday, March 5, 2013 ~ 9:15 a.m.–11:15 a.m.
Your Child Is NOT Enough”
We all have the best of intentions, but often what
can make the biggest difference in our children’s lives is ACTION. Les Franklin
will share ways that as parents we can put our love into tangible action so
we know what is going on in our
children’s lives and help them when needed. Learn how to listen to them, find
out about their friends, and become alert to changed behavior. All this and
more can make a difference in your child’s life.
Les Franklin founded the Shaka Franklin Foundation
for Youth in 1990 in memory of his son. He fulfilled his dream to create a
center where all children in need will be welcomed, protected, educated and
loved. Mr. Franklin has been active on numerous boards, committees, commissions
and councils to address education, youth issues and economic issues. In his
national exposure, Les Franklin has expressed his concerns about the loss of
youth through self-destructive behavior. Information on the Shaka FranklinFoundation can be found here
held the first Tuesday of each month and are FREE.
Meetings are held
at the Student Achievement Resource
14188 Briarwood Avenue,
Centennial, south of Arapahoe Rd., between Potomac and Jordan Roads
at 9:00 a.m. for refreshments and networking
MARK YOUR CALENDARS!
“Eyes Wide Open: A Brave New Look at Bullying”, Dr. Marla Bonds
May 7th Annual PIN Brunch
held at CC Presbyterian Church Community Life Center:
National Speaker, Mary Ronan:
“Loving, Limiting & Leading your Child with Laughter & Joy”
For furtherinformation about PIN go here