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Sisterhood Agenda Offers Mentoring Services

Sisterhood Agenda will offer exclusive sisterhood mentoring services for a limited number of girls at starting at noon on Wednesday, Feb. 1, at the Julius E. Sprauve School. The organization will implement “A Journey Toward Womanhood,” which is rooted in the African “rites of passage” tradition. It is a modern approach to instilling knowledge of cultural roots and community awareness by using mentoring, peer influence and community collaboration.
Join Sisterhood Agenda’s first meeting for information and refreshments where parents and their daughters can find out more about this program, ask questions and register.
For more information, contact Angela Coleman at 714-7076.

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Sisterhood Agenda will offer exclusive sisterhood mentoring services for a limited number of girls at starting at noon on Wednesday, Feb. 1, at the Julius E. Sprauve School. The organization will implement “A Journey Toward Womanhood,” which is rooted in the African “rites of passage” tradition. It is a modern approach to instilling knowledge of cultural roots and community awareness by using mentoring, peer influence and community collaboration.
Join Sisterhood Agenda’s first meeting for information and refreshments where parents and their daughters can find out more about this program, ask questions and register.
For more information, contact Angela Coleman at 714-7076.