During their formative years, pre-teen girls (4th-6th grades) are susceptible to issues concerning bullying, Internet safety, poor nutrition and low self-esteem. That’s why Texas Health Resources, in collaboration with the Texas Tech University Health Sciences Center Laura W. Bush Institute for Women’s Health, is providing support to young women in North Texas with the GiRL (Girls in Real Life) Power Program.
At this critical stage in girls’ lives, GiRL Power hopes to strengthen the bond and dialogue between these girls and their mothers (or other important women) to build confidence and improve health. Join us on Sunday, March 3, 2013 — 1:30 to 5:30 p.m. at the Fort Worth Convention Center for a mother/daughter event to discuss these topics and more.
Keynote speakers: Olympic Gymnast, Carly Patterson and Miss Texas 2012, DeNae Couch
To register visit TexasHealth.org/Girl-Power