Family First plans June events

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A father who completed the Practical Fatherhood program shows off his certificate.

May and Mother’s Day are over and June arrives with summer vacation from school and Father’s Day. We always recognize the importance of mothers in families, but having a strong, caring, and supportive father is just as vital to the health and happiness of a family.

Although most of our clients at Family First are women, we also have an educational program for fathers called Practical Fatherhood. The lessons help men build character, confidence, and understanding the responsibilities of a father. Classes are individualized, practical, and interesting. Get more information on the classes available contact the center for appointments.

Remember to bring your infants and toddlers to Story Time each Wednesday morning from 10-11 a.m. It is a fun time of play, music, refreshments, crafts, and story reading for the children. It is also a great time for the adult caregivers to socialize or take lessons.

The Ten for Teens Program is seeking junior and senior high school age student to participate in learning and helping at the center. Come and get experience working in an office setting, helping in the center store and doing a variety of activities. If you are interested, call the center at 520-896-9545 or stop by the office at 1575 W. American Avenue in Oracle, AZ on Monday, Wednesday, and Friday.

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