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SAFE Seminar info page and Registration form

 

S.A.F.E. Seminar

Sexual Awareness and Family Empowerment

 September 23-24, 2016 at First Baptist Church, 1112 E. Broadway

$25/person | $40/couple | Includes Friday night dinner for the whole family

Free child care for infants up to Grade 5

 S.A.F.E. teaches caregivers the tools to engage in conversations with their children about sexuality. Topics covered will include: sexual development; body safety; boundaries; common myths about safety; exploring intuition and how to teach and trust it; and mobilizing a trusted community of adults to help guide and protect children.

 Three ways to register

Here- Online at First Baptist Church’s website (fbc-columbia.org)

Email:

Call First Baptist Church at 573-442-1149

 

Friday, Sept. 23: DINNER AT 5 P.M./SEMINAR  6-8 p.m.

  • Parents and caregivers meet with LeAnn Gardner
  • Children age 4 through Grade 5 will take part in

           the Kidz’n Power program, which will be taught

           by professionals from Hockman’s ATA Martial Arts

  • This program is endorsed by AmberAlert.com

            and teaches methods to deal with bullies,

            break-away self-defense tactics and child-

            abduction safety tips

 

Saturday, Sept. 24: 10 a.m.-12:30 P.M.

  • Parents and caregivers complete the S.A.F.E. seminar
  • Children will have a fun day of sensory play

 

Presented by licensed social worker and ordained minister LeAnn Gardnerb

SAFE Seminar Registration Form
SAFE Seminar Registration form page

Two-day seminar - $25 per. person or $40 per couple (which includes dinner on Friday for the whole family. Those who register in advance (before Sept 19th) have access to free child care for infants up to 5th grade.

If you register and PAY before Sept. 19th you will save $5.00 per person.


You can drop off payment in the office or mail your check to:


First Baptist Church of Columbia,
1112 E Broadway, Columbia MO 65201


All activities and events take place at First Baptist Church.

Friday’s schedule runs from 5:00- 8pm. Dinner will be at 5:00pm. After dinner parents will meet with Gardner while children age 4 through grade 5 will take part in the Kidz’n Power program, which will be taught by professionals from Hockman’s ATA Martial Arts. This program is endorsed by AmberAlert.com and teaches methods to deal with bullies, break-away self-defense tactics and child-abduction safety tips.

Saturday is from 10 a.m. - noon, where children will have a fun day of sensory play and games while parents and caregivers complete the seminar coursework.

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