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    • Girlfriends Friendship Group
      By Shari & Paige Brune
    • How we started
      2003 / 2004 – 2-3
      A group of Mom’s on a mission
      A group of Girl’s
      Friends & schools
      E – mail
      The group has grown to over 23 Mom’s & Girls
    • How we organize
      Girlfriends group yearly calendar
      1 activity a month
      Fun – age appropriate activities
    • Group ideas
      Swim party
      Cookout / sleepover
      Painted pots
      Bizzy beads
      Hayride
      Yoga
    • More idea’s
      Graber’s hair design and nails
      Handbell’s
      Holiday dinner party – Oishi
      P.J. party
      Bowling
    • Idea ‘s con’t
      Father / daughter dance
      Friendship dance
      Hip hop dance class
      Game night – right left center and bingo
    • How it works
      Mom’s get together – plan / discuss
      E – mail list
      Monthly reminders
      Someone is in charge – “ organizer”
    • Why this is great
      Gets girl’s together
      Gets Mom’s together
      Girls have input
      Support / resources
      Friends for life –
      “priceless”
    • Get started
      Connect with others- boys or girls around the same age: playgroups/schools
      Set-up a day/time to meet-bring calendars
      Brain Storm – Monthly events
      Stay with it – Hang in there
      Don’t be too serious
      Make connections – churches, youth groups, volunteer groups
      Invite others
      Use your resources