PLEASE JOIN US FOR OUR UPCOMING VIRTUAL PARENT CAFÉ!
Your Home Via Zoom / 6:30 PM
Tuesday, April 13 — Reflection of our Growth
Join with Zoom Meeting ID: 825 3624 3688
Parent Cafés give parents a chance to come together to listen, talk, build friendships and support each other around the topic of parenting. All are welcome! Parent Cafes are currently being held via Zoom. Watch our Manitowoc Facebook page for information! https://www.facebook.com/MCParentCafe/
NOTE: Read about Lakeshore Community Action Program’s “Connections Count” here: lakeshorecap.org/connections-count/
WHAT IS QPR?
SUICIDE INTERVENTION TRAINING
The QPR (Question, Persuade, Review) mission is to reduce suicidal behaviors and save lives by providing innovative, practical and proven suicide prevention training. The signs of crisis are all around us. QPR (believes that quality education empowers all people to make a positive difference in the life of someone they know.
OUR GOAL IS TO TRAIN 5,000 INDIVIDUALS WITHIN MANITOWOC COUNTY IN QPR!
We are so pleased to offer twice monthly QPR classes (zoom) to anyone interested in being trained. The class info and schedule is available at https://preventsuicidemanitowoc.com/qpr-training
Contact: Theresa Collins, 920-629-9166 / MLKDayManitowoc@gmail.com / MLK Day Manitowoc
Manitowoc MLK Day Online Celebration to Honor Peace and Social Justice Legacy of Human Rights Leader
The MLK Day Manitowoc committee will be hosting a celebration Monday, January 18, 2021 from 4-5 P.M. (CST) to honor and celebrate the life of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the entire program will be online and access information will be posted here: facebook.com/MLKDayManitowoc
The planning committee is inviting residents of Manitowoc County and beyond that practice Dr. King’s legacy of peace and social and economic justice and want to learn more. The January 18 program will also feature opportunities for participants to commit to various community service opportunities.
Dr. King was a staunch believer in community service, a supporter of working people and unions, helped develop and support numerous educational opportunities for children and others, raised critical questions about priorities including the costs of war versus social needs and put forth demands such as: jobs or incomes. These contributions of Dr. King will be featured during the January 18 program and leading up to the event on the MLK Day Manitowoc Facebook page.
The planning committee will be meeting often and regularly throughout the next few weeks. For interviews and updates, see above information.
COFFEE WITH CASA
January 8th, 8:00 – 8:45 AM
Let’s talk CASA! Join us virtually via zoom to learn more about volunteering as a Court Appointed Special Advocate! Our vulnerable youth in Manitowoc County need you to provide a voice!
Meeting ID: 815 3110 0859
CASA recruits, screens and trains everyday citizens from the community to be the voice of abused and neglected children in the courtroom, seeking to ensure them a safe and permanent home.
For fundraisers, events, to learn more about becoming a Special Advocate or to contact CASA of East Central Wisconsin, call Julie Ribley at (920) 242-6727 or go to https://www.facebook.com/ManitowocCASA/