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Huntington Bank & ROX presented “I Matter” for Girls and Gals focusing on Relationship Navigation (6308288 hits)


Anything for the kids.
We must support those who are investing good nourishment
for our female demographic.

Momma Moss and moi Elle hopped in our conference uniform
and attached our back cheer sign to join the other attendees
of “I MATTER”.

We just discovered the event from searching on event brite
Saturday afternoon. The cost of entry was FREE..”thank you”!
*We gathered to absorb education, inspiration, and insight at
Nationwide Children’s Hospital Ann Isaly Wolfe Education Center
*Next time ROX has an event will be in March with a focus on
Girl Dads

Some of the Resources shared:
Donatos Pizza
(So many yummy pizzas in one place what a treat! They had lots of boxes to recycle, lots)
Brown Girls Mentoring
(We took a photograph with Faith, a staff member of BGM. The founder
was one of our photographers, Jaime)
YMCA
(They gave of pretty bags to carry our souvenirs and opportunities. They had a game
in which you spin the wheel to get a STEM topic, answer questions then win a goodie
bag. Our topic: TECHNOLOGY…WHAT IS AN EXAMPLE OF A url? Yay we won!)
ROX
Keynote Speaker: MelissaRoshan
Huntington
Dr. Shekyra DeCree
(Included in image with myself an Momma Moss; you want to meet one of the warmest
person who makes you feel like the most special person at an event, this is she Shekyra)

The bright signs worn on our back were for interactive purpose. Attendees wrote what they loved about being a girl or woman on our signage. We also made FRIENDSHIP BEADS and fertility
beads for that bling bling representing our love of GIRLHOOD…
REMEMBER THOSE?
Posted By: Cheer Leader
Monday, February 27th 2023 at 9:56AM
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