January 11, 1999
Three areas of growth will be addressed: empathy, problem solving, and anger management. Workshops will be held Jan. 12, Jan. 26, Feb. 9, Feb. 23, and Mar. 9. Any interested adult is welcome to attend. Call Karyn Sasten at 222-5265.
Volunteers are needed for committee work, field development, jamboree coordinators, equipment managers, referee coordinators, field maintenance, webmaster, and others.
Youth soccer must have volunteers to continue. Come and find out what you can do to contribute to soccer in the Snoqualmie Valley. For information, call Jeanne Drew at 333-6377.
Active Parenting of Teens: A free six-week class designed for parents of youth ages 13-18. Combines the power of video with group discussion and support. Meets Thursday evenings beginning Jan. 25 through March 1, 7-9 p.m. in Carnation. Call 392-6367.
Active Parenting of 2-12-year-olds: A free six-week parenting series designed to provide education, support, and encouragement. Topics include developing responsibility, active communication, and positive discipline. Will meet Thursdays beginning Feb. 25 through April 1, 7-9 p.m. in Snoqualmie. Call 392-6367.
Alcohol, Tobacco, and other Drugs: An information and discussion group. A free four-week class for middle and high school students. Covers topics on the laws, signs and symptoms, family issues, and refusal skills. Class will be held in Snoqualmie. Call 392-6367 to register.
The Senior Behavioral Health program has a capacity to care for 12 inpatients whose average length of stay as 10-12 days. The staff of therapists, nurses, social workers, and medical director are all specifically trained in behavioral and physical health needs of the older population.
For more information, call Edith Aurorean at 360-794-1443, or Joe Quaranta, VGH Social Services, at 360-794-7497.