Centennial Counseling Center in partnership with local schools and community agencies is proud to host a free screening of the documentary film: Finding Kind, with a panel discussion following the presentation of the film. Finding Kind documents two college girls, Lauren Parsekian and Molly Thompson, as they travel across the country in order to better understand the epidemic of female bullying and challenge girls and women to become allies of change…by Finding Kind (see video below).
The screening takes place this Sunday, November 11th, at 1:30pm at the Timber Creek Inn & Convention Center, 3300 Drew Ave. in Sandwich. Conveniently located off Route 34 (near the Walmart in Plano) in close proximity to Route 47 and I88. You will not want to miss this event! For more information about the Kind Campaign and how you can be a part of the movement, visit: www.kindcampaign.com
Plano High School & Middle School, Sandwich High School & Middle School, Somonauk High School & Middle School, Yorkville High School/ Freshman Academy & Middle School, the Girl Scouts of Northern Illinois, the Fox Valley Family YMCA, the DeKalb County Youth Service Bureau, the Sandwich Park District, Kishhealth System – Valley West Community Hospital, Project Success, the Dekalb County Community Foundation and the Timber Creek Inn & Convention Center in Sandwich, IL are sponsoring this screening.
PLEASE NOTE: Due to certain language and content, Finding Kind is recommended for students in grades 6-12, boys and girls, although younger children will be allowed to attend at the discretion of their parents. The film is best used as a conversation starter—feel free to bring your family, team, or group.
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