Lunchtime seminars offered
September 7, 2010
Tahoe Youth & Family Services offers the STEP Together series of free lunchtime seminars to empower parents beginning noon to 1 p.m. Sept. 15 at Trinity Lutheran Church, 1480 Douglas Ave., Gardnerville.
Douglas County Sheriff’s Investigator Jeff Schemenauer speaks on what parents need to know about drugs. A bag lunch will be provided.
Reserve a seat for one or all seminars with Julie Franklin, firstname.lastname@example.org or 782-4202, ext. 3.
Upcoming seminars include:
Oct. 19. How to help your teen be successful in school with speaker Douglas High School Principal Marty Swisher.
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Nov. 10. How to spot the danger signs with speaker Debbie Posnien, executive director of the Suicide Prevention Network
Dec. 2. Disciplining with love and logic for the young child with speaker Donna Einspahr, director of Trinity Lutheran Child Care Center.
Tahoe Youth & Family Services is in need of an individual or business to help with food costs for the seminars. To lend a hand, contact Franklin at email@example.com or 782-4202, ext. 3.
Tahoe Youth & Family Services is at 1422 Mission St., Gardnerville. Information, tahoeyouth.org