“Active Parenting Now” will add a new threshold for parents endeavoring to benefit from the workshop.
Join Dr. Pamela Jackson-Smith for problem solving in the Wadsworth School’s Media Center, 4550 Belle Terre Parkway, Palm Coast, on Thursdays, Jan. 17 – Feb. 21, 6 to 8 p.m.
Jackson-Smith ensures that children have educational rights and protection. She’s the Homeless Education Coordinator/Parent Specialist for Flagler County schools. She has a vested interest in sisterhood, scholarship and service as president of the Palm Coast/Flagler County Alumnae Chapter of Delta Sigma Theta Sorority – and for embracing its centennial of social, economic, religious and political engagement.
“Active Parenting Now” provides the steppingstone to successful parenting. Prepare now for the approaching teen years. It’s the acclaimed video and discussion program formulated by parenting expert Dr. Michael Popkin.
Maybe your son dawdles whenever it’s time to get dressed for school. Learn to deal with difficult problems of drugs, violence, and sex – or maybe your daughter is beginning to use disrespectful language. Learn to use non-violent, disciplinary techniques that work. Raise responsible, cooperative children who resist negative peer pressure.
The workshop targets parents of children ages 5 to 12. Child care will be provided for ages 5-11.
The doors open at 5:45 p.m. Registration is required so contact Jackson-Smith at 386-437-7526, ext. 2104, or email her at email@example.com.
NAACP presents awards at luncheon
The NAACP Awards Luncheon was about summoning flavor to tables at the Palm Coast Yacht Club and recognizing commitment by members to the Flagler County NAACP.
Jerusha Logan earned the President’s Award, Harry Davis, the Distinguished Service Award, and John Winston, the Community Service Award.
The recent presentations were made by Stephanie Ecklin, mistress of ceremonies. Other presentational expressions were made by Linda Sharpe Haywood, branch president, and the Rev. Sims Jones, People Helping People.
Florida State Senator Audrey L. Gibson, District 9, was precluded from attending due to a scheduling conflict. She was the keynote speaker. A reformatted program allowed the large turnout to discover more about the branch.
WIN to host card party
If you enjoy playing cards and board games, socializing and meeting new friends, a “Card and Board Game Party” has been planned.
Play bridge, bid whist, pinochle, Pokeno, chess, checkers, dominoes, Scrabble, etc.
WIN (Women in the NAACP) would like you to join them. So bring a friend for a fun afternoon with lunch and a chance to win prizes.
The party will be hosted by Flagler County WIN on Feb. 6, 11:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. at the African-American Cultural Society, 4422 U.S. 1 North, Palm Coast.
The ticket price is $15. For tickets, call 386-445-3738, 386-986-4847, 386-437-5082, or 386-446-7822
As always, remember our prayers for the sick, afflicted and bereaved.