Community offers Guiding Good Choices, a free family management and skill-building course

  • Wednesday, February 21, 2018 12:20pm
  • News

The Auburn Prevention Coalition and Neighborhood House present Guiding Good Choices, a free five-week family management and skill-building course, including drug and alcohol prevention for parents of adolescents and teens ages 9-14.

The series runs on Fridays, March 9 to April 6, from 4:30 to 6:30 p.m., at Firwood Circle, 313 37th St. SE, Auburn.

Dinner is provided at each class and childcare is provided for children 5 and older.

For more information, contact Ashley Boyd at aboyd@auburn.wednet.edu or 253-931-4712 to register for the class.

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