Certified Girls Circle facilitators, Nancy Lemon and Lisa Aber are accepting registration for their upcoming Girls Circle Mother/Daughter workshop.

Mothers and daughters, come celebrate your special bond with an eight-week course in honor of Mother’s Day. The “Heart of the Matter” workshop is being offered for girls in the 5th grade and their mothers. It includes facilitated discussions and tools to help build stronger communication and strengthen your relationship. Learn how to promote empathy, identify relationship accountability and experience affirmation together. Your relationship with your daughter changes as she grows – this fun and meaningful workshop will help forge a better relationship in the coming years that are so critical in a girl’s life.

This is an eight-week workshop that begins on Thursday, April 14, 2011 and we will meet from 6-8 p.m. The group will meet every week on Thursday except on week two, which will meet on Wednesday, April 20th and week three which will not meet due to spring break. The last class is on Thursday, June 9th. It is mandatory to attend every session.

The meetings will take place at the Osprey Observer meeting facility at 900 Lithia Pinecrest Rd. Program cost will be $249. If you are interested in reserving a space please email to confirm and send your registration and payment made out to Professional Development Group, c/o Nancy Lemon, 16903 Falconridge Rd., Lithia, FL 33547. Nancy can be reached at either 571-2002 or nancy@pdginternational.com. Space is limited to a small group…don’t wait, registration fills up quick.

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Assignment Editor Kate Quesada started working at the Osprey Observer in 2004 after graduating from the University of South Florida with a masters degree in Mass Communications. Since then, she has held various positions at the paper and has been working as the assignment editor since January 2020. She lives in Lithia with her husband Mike and sons Dylan and Max and stays active in the community on school PTA boards and volunteering with local organizations.