Peaceful Parenting Class

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A three-part parenting class is offered by Ohio State University Extension. Learn strategies for everyday parenting dilemmas and difficulties. All ages and stages covered with an emphasis on participant's child(rens) ages 0-17.

Call the Extension office at 440-350-2582 for class dates and times. 

The cost of this 3 part parenting series is $30.00 per person with pre-registration at least one week before the class starting date. There is a $35.00 charge at the door, if space permits. 

A certificate for 7 hours of parenting will be presented at the end of the last class. No child care is available. This series is offered in Lake County every other month.

This class is presented by: Lisa Siciliano-Miller, MSSA, LISW-S, Extension Educator, Family Consumer & Sciences.


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