Get your very own growth chart. You can help your child grow with the assets while adding inches. The chart includes asset-building tips. Request that one to be sent to you.
Ice Cream Social
Thanks to everyone who made this year’s Children First Ice Cream Social presented by Citizens Independent Bank a success! The weather didn’t keep us from celebrating the grand opening of the Recreation Outdoor Center (ROC) at the St. Louis Park Recreation Center. Save the date for our 25th annual event: Sunday, May 20, 2018.
Thanks to our major sponsors:
Triple scoop: Citizens Independent Bank
Double scoop: Park Nicollet – Foundation, Pediatrics & Family Medicine
Single scoop: AAA Minneapolis, Discover St. Louis Park and St. Louis Park Hockey Association
Thanks to our “All the Toppings” Sponsors.
City of St. Louis Park – Parks & Recreation Dept.
Lunds & Byerly’s
St. Louis Park Friends of the Arts
St. Louis Park Lions Club
St. Louis Park Rotary Club
We are the Champions: continuing the Children First tradition!
Celebrating the 25-year tradition of Children First has never been more fun. This year’s Champions Breakfast drew more people and more money was raised that ever before. You can catch the highlights.
Photos from the event courtesy of Jackie Adelmann Photography
Save the date for the next Champions Breakfast: Thursday, March 1, 2018.
Asset Champion Training
Asset Champions are community members who make a commitment to helping St. Louis Park youth thrive. The four-hour interactive training provides background on Children First, the importance of the 40 assets and allows time for participants to develop asset-building strategies. The training is free and a reservation is required.
NOTE: Children First is refreshing its training to make it better than ever! If you would like to be notified of training dates later this year, please contact us to be put on the training email list.
Invite us to speak to your group.
Representatives are available to speak to groups in St. Louis Park about Children First. Presentations are of varying lengths.