Celebrate Children First’s 15th Anniversary on September 25

Children First’s 15th Anniversary Celebration Thursday, September 25, 2008 7- 9 p.m. Doubletree Park Place Hotel $10 per adult, $5 per young person Make reservations through Community Education’s online registration. Thanks to the generosity of our corporate sponsor Japs-Olson Company. Join us at this special gathering that will:• Bring together those in St. Louis Park…

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Assets & ADHD

By Asset Champion Janice Sawinski As a member of The Children First Asset Champion Network and a Certified Life Coach working with teens that live with ADHD (Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder), I was searching for a way to combine the asset training I’d received and my life coaching. I contacted Asset Champion Barb Nelson, the…

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Summary of April 29 meeting

Missed the quarterly gathering? Here’s a summary. Asset Champions shared their successes: – Becky from Westwood Hills Nature Center. One thing the Nature Center focuses on is the asset of “safety” after discovering from the young people who visit the nature center that having a safe outdoor experience is important to them. Becky has talked…

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Asset Champion Gatherings

Several Asset Champion gatherings are coming up. CHAMPION CHARGES These are informal gatherings to connect with other Asset Champions, share ideas and get charged up! Stop by as your schedule permits and stay as long as you like.Thursday, February 7, 11:30 a.m.- 1 p.m. at City Hall in the Community Room on the first floor….

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Quartery Gathering & Trainings

The next Quarterly Gathering of the Asset Champions Network is Monday, October 29, 7 – 8:30 p.m. at Knollwood Place Apartments. All Asset Champions, and would-be Asset Champions, are invited to participate. Knollwood Place Apartments are part of the Ackerberg campus located behind the Knollwood Target at 3630 Phillips Parkway. Why attend? – Get to…

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Nominate someone to be in the Children First coloring book!

Children First is looking for real-life champions to be part of its first ever Asset Champions Coloring Book. The criteria is simply that the person you nominate must live, volunteer or work in St. Louis Park, MN, and be a young person’s “asset champion” performing and or promoting any of the 40 Developmental Assets. There…

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