Texan girls to get talking

July 21, 2012 by  

On Friday, July 27, ‘Girl Talk’ will be taking place at the Children’s Museum in Commerce located at 2501 St in Commerce, Texas, which is just down the road from Greenville, Texas. This event will run from 9:30 am to 2:00 pm.

This session has been titled “Beyond Ourselves” and will feature real girlish conversations about how girls can better themselves. During this day of activities, the young women will be encouraged and directed on being themselves and how to do it using smarter methods.

During this event, topics will include discussion on security and how to protect yourself, personal hygiene and fitness, and how to use etiquette when communicating on the internet. The girls will be counseled in how to express appreciation, confidence building, and how to handle introductions and responses. Opportunities to volunteer and give something back to the community will also be discussed.

As part of the event, each guest will enjoy a nice luncheon and the session is open to all high-school aged girls from Grades 9 through 12. Heavily geared around learning, the session will assist students in developing ways to deal with peer pressures, bullying, and other situations that arise during the course of the school year and later in their lives.

Poster printing and flyer printing may have been used to promote this event to high-school girls and their parents or guardians. The cost to attend this session is $25 per person. For more information, please visit the Children’s Museum in Commerce or call 903-886-6055.