Diaper Bag: News from the Family First Pregnancy Care Center

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Happy New Year! It’s hard to imagine that Christmas is over and we are into 2013!

To start off the New Year, we are having a Volunteer Workshop on Sat., Jan. 12. We will meet from 9 am – 3 pm for training and getting to know one another better. Lunch will be provided. If you already know about us and are interested in volunteering, this would be a great chance to get started. We will be meeting at El Ranch Robles, 1170 N. Rancho Robles Rd. in Oracle.

If you don’t know much about our programs and would like to know more – how you could help us, what volunteer opportunities we have, what Family First is all about – you are welcome to come from just 9-10am for an introduction to our center. We’d love to have you!

Our center activities continue also. Our Earn While You Learn program is on Mondays, Wednesdays, and Fridays from 9:30 am – 4:30 pm and Story Time for moms and tots is every Wednesday from 10-11. Material assistance is always available by taking a class.

For further information on our services or to sign up for the Workshop, call us at 520-896-9545 or check us out at www.familyfirstpcc.org.

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