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KAPP TV covers a recent Anti-Bullying Session on TV News
Six New Board Members have been voted in and a new energy is taking hold to grow Kaleidoscope Konnections. The new executive board is: Michael Weber, President; Jim Lundeen, Treasurer; Lisa Smith, Vice-President; Joyce Brack, Past-President; Sheila Weber, Secretary. Other Board Members include: Don Boyd, Ed Ferguson, Joel Lewton, and Teresa Hoon.
In an effort to have the teen gang prevention presentation off the ground for next fall, I will begin searching for grants to send proposals to for funding. Please let me know if you have any ideas that I might follow up on. Thanks!
Based on the extremely high interest of wanting some clowns to return and teach clowning, we are again looking for funds to cover costs of many expensive clown supplies as well as travel costs for a few clown teachers and a guide. Please consider donating to this invaluable outreach. As an old proverb once said: “Give a fish to someone and they eat for a day; teach them to fish and they eat for a lifetime.”
In Yakima, we have a great resource to help kids deal with bullying. Her name is Maureen Mould. She creates and presents situational solutions to many youngsters at local schools and other events. Her methods of reaching children are fun, engaging, age appropriate, and very informative. Read the full article "Some Advice for Parents on Bullying".
Maureen's November 2009 visit to Lewiston got her featured on the evening news !
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