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Club Discussions and Interactions


Our monthly mentoring sessions involve structured social and educational activities. All mentors and youths are involved in monthly planned sessions. Social and academic activities, such as going to team building events, attending sporting events, visiting museums, and socially focused physical fitness (i.e. dance, volleyball, kickball, dodgeball, soccer, and basketball). Educational and mentally stimulating activities include, but are not limited to participating in Liberal Arts and theatre, painting arts and crafts, reading development, camping, fishing, scientific discovery programs, building programs, and community service activities. During Club meetings, a wide variety of topics are also discussed as a part of the club's personal development curriculum.  We discuss topics of all matters such as communication, self-improvement, career planning, critical thinking, proper behaviors,  school matters, and family issues.  Discussion topics are endless in the club as we embark upon these issues with open minds and open hearts, all while having fun and creating great memories that last a lifetime. Topics may vary to include other areas such as...

Youth Organization, Mentoring, Non-Profit, Education, Youth club
Youth Organization, Mentoring, Non-Profit, Education, Youth club
Youth Organization, Mentoring, Non-Profit, Education, Youth club
Youth Organization, Mentoring, Non-Profit, Education, Youth club
Youth Organization, Mentoring, Non-Profit, Education, Youth club
Communication:  The club teaches you how to communicate better with your parents, and learn how to socialize on a more positive level with your peers.  How to speak openly about positive and negative topics.  The importance of gracious conversations (i.e. How was your day today? “Great how was yours.”) Giving and receiving compliments (i.e. You look very nice today? "Thank You.") Gracious response for asking and answering question and the use of proper verbal tonality.  Giving and excepting apologies.
Manners/Appreciation:   When to say “Please and Thank you”, how to respect your elders, learning how to give positive responses to all types of situations.  Why it is important to do good deeds for other people.  Gracious introductions (saying: hello, good morning, goodnight, and I love you).
Dreams/Goals/Career Planning:  Planning your future through your own dreams and goals. Know what you want to be when you grow up? Do you want to attend college? Why is it important to plan ahead for the future.  Why it is important to do well in school and pay attention to your teachers.  Why it is important to make the good career, choices by knowing what you enjoy doing and why planning ahead makes a brighter future.
Etiquette:  Table Blessing, manners, proper utensil usage.  Proper table place settings, correct posture and body language (sitting, standing, and walking) in a public environment or restaurant setting.  
Personal Hygiene:  Daily cleansing, proper uses of daily hygiene products, soaps, deodorants, perfumes, lotions, toothpaste etc.  Dressing properly, the importance of taking personal care and pride in ones appearance.
Money Management:  Learning the value of money and important saving techniques.  Why it is important for you to learn how to budget and save money.  How to maintain your own savings account, read a bank statement and balancing a savings passbook/checkbook.  The importance of good spending habits and how to budget your allowance and put it too proper use.
Nutrition:   Using the 4 basic food groups in its proper order, will teach you why a well balance diet is so important and how it will help you grow healthy and keep you energized for your daily activities.  This means eating your meats, breads, fruits, and "Yes", that also means vegetables! This also includes drinking water and fruit juices daily.
Responsibility:  Following household rules.  Taking care of pets. Learning time management, doing homework and chores in a timely manner; being organized while in school and at home. doing things in a orderly fashion (i.e. taking a bath, brushing teeth, setting out clothes for the next day, and doing it all before bed time...) Now, that's good time management! 
Self-Confidence:  Believing in ones self and abilities, knowing that you are valuable, understanding you are capable of accomplishing what ever you put your mind too, recognizing true beauty comes from within, learning how to select good role models, and knowing what The Blossoming Club Creed really means.  Being proud of who you are and your cultural heritage.
School Matters:  Why it is important to keep your grades up and what it could mean for the future, maintain good behavior, respect your teachers, the importance of good listening and study habits, and how to handle situations properly while in school.  We will encourage reading aloud and detail writing in journals, pen pal letters, to help improve oral and written communication.
Special Outings:  We will go on local trips to museums, the zoo, picnics, camping, malls, restaurants, swimming, carnivals, library, nature trails, parades, movies,  and whole host of other fun activities.  Parents are more that welcomed to join in on the fun!
Spiritual Values:  On occasion for spiritual guidance, assisting members in mindfulness, understanding scriptures and prayer. To believe in themselves and have faith, because faith is in the heart, not what's seen.
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