Two Villages to present virtual town hall March 6

Press Staff Writer

       “Empowering Parents: Importance of Self Care” is the topic of a virtual town hall meeting to be presented by Two Villages on Sunday, March 6 from 1-3 p.m.
        Two Villages formed in 2009 as a response to the loss of young lives in local communities. As a grassroots group in the Woodmore community, Two Villages hosts a variety of events that focus on creating an environment to support raising healthy and resilient children.
        The town hall discussion will focus on the importance of self-care for the adults in the community. Panelists will include Brian Davis, M.A., co-founder of Reflect Wellness of Maumee; Dr. Ryan Travis, M.D., ProMedica Memorial Hospital in Fremont and Henrietta Whelan, MSW, executive director of Bayshore Counseling Services, Sandusky.
        The pandemic has placed many unexpected burdens on families, which can leave adults struggling to meet the social, emotional, and educational needs of their children. Many parents/guardians work too, so they rarely have downtime they need to rejuvenate.
        Topics will include how to ask for help when feeling overwhelmed, ideas to keep life balanced, and creating supportive environments.
        Parents, grandparents, teachers, and leaders of youth activities from Woodmore and surrounding communities are invited to this free event. Registration is required to arrange links for the virtual meeting.
        For those without computer access, Trinity Lutheran Church. 412 Fremont St., Elmore, will host a watch party for the town hall in the church Education Building.
        Email to register for either the virtual meeting or the simultaneous watch party.


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