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Girls’ Circle in Carlyle time of personal growth

The girls participated in team-building activities and explored their emotions through art, drama, music, sharing circles and more.

CARLYLE - The latest Girls' Circle session wrapped up on May 29.

This program runs during the school year months at the Cornerstone Family and Youth (CFY) Centre, and focuses on peer-to-peer mentoring for girls, emphasizing relationship development, self-esteem and self-worth.

The girls participated in team-building activities and explored their emotions through art, drama, music, sharing circles and more. Under the guidance of CFY co-ordinator Aga Sikora-Samowedziuk and program assistant Ria Soobah, the girls acquired new skills, embracing creativity, open-mindedness, thoughtfulness and kindness while sharing positive energy and creating lasting memories. The CFY will miss each and every one of them dearly.

A special thank you to local organizations like the Carlyle & District Food Bank and Carlyle District Lions Club for their support of this program