AMI & PTC Same Night!

by Karmel Larson

Since I have the opportunity to lead both the Utah Valley American Mothers and the Utah County Parents Television Council.  I’ve arranged to have both meetings on the same night at the same place.  January will be our trial run for the double whammy!  Hopefully, this will make it easier for others as well who want to support both organizations.  Every second Thursday- PTC 6-7pm and AMI from 7:30-8:30.  Both at the Provo Library.  Following is the plan for January for both organizations.  Mrs. Utah 2008, Emily Nelson will be joining us for both meetings!

American Mothers

This Thursday, January 8, 2009 Provo Library 7:30-8:30 (pre-meeting social at 7:00)
Meeting Guest: Mrs. Utah 2008, Emily Nelson

Discussion Topic: Relationships, Overcoming adversity

Motherhood Achievement Program: Relationships

Value of the Month: Loyalty & Dependability

Power of Positive Parenting book by Glenn Latham discussion: Chapter 23, Helping Children Achieve in School-Led by Ingrid Sorensen, Utah Young Mother of the Year 2008

Meeting Service: Lacing Cards for Mountain Land Headstart

Preview & Introduction of Christlike Parenting by Glenn Latham to be discussed in future meetings.

Honoring Motherhood Event-Access to first tickets for annual Honoring Motherhood, catered event in May  to be held at the White Willow in Provo.

Join us for our January American Mothers, Inc. of Utah Valley Chapter Meeting.  It’s just one hour that you’ll be glad you set aside!  Visit our chapter blog to learn more about AMI!

Parents Television Council (The nation’s most influential advocacy organization protecting children against sex, violence and profanity in entertainment), we will be meeting the same night, same place, same room, at the Provo Library from 6-7pm.  Support two great organizations in just one quick evening!  Anyone is welcome to come and learn more and support the cause of the PTC.  We will be reviewing a video created by the national office reviewing the work of the PTC in 2008 as well as making plans and creating leadership for 2009.