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It takes a family…and a village, to raise a child

Original post made by terryg, Evergreen Park, on Oct 14, 2011

We know it takes a village to raise a child but what does that village look like? How can we incorporate the Developmental Assets into our everyday life, be asset builders for our community's kids and help Palo Alto's kids thrive? Come learn more about Developmental Assets. Join us Wednesday evening, October 19 from 7:00 - 9:00 pm to hear Clay Roberts, talk to us about the importance of the Developmental Assets in our children's lives. He is an engaging and dynamic speaker. Presentation is at PAUSD District Offices at 25 Churchill Ave in the Board Room.

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