Teen Volunteers in Action Winter Parents’ Meeting

Clare Sturtevant, Susan Appleby, Becky McKinney

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Teen Volunteers in Action held a Winter Parents’ Meeting Jan. 18 at the Lomas Santa Fe Country Club. The event included guest speaker Adria O’Donnell, who spoke on the topic of “Cave Boys: The Effects of Text-Talk on your Son’s Social and Emotional Development.” Donations were also collected for philanthropies. Teen Volunteers In Action is an organization of young men who, together with their families, are committed to developing community leaders through a structured program of volunteerism, philanthropy, and personal development. Visit www.tvia.org. Photos/Jon Clark

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