Grafton Lions Community and Family Outreach Programs

April 29th

Public Screening of the critically acclaimed documentary “Who Cares About Kelsey” followed by a panel discussion with professionals in the fields of adolescent mental health and special education.  This program will be presented from 6:30-8:30 in the auditorium of the Grafton High School.  It is free and childcare will also be presented.  People wishing to attend are asked to RSVP and indicate if they will need childcare.  More information on this project can be found at

May 18th

Real Beauty Program

This program is geared towards girls in 5th, 6th and 7th grade and their parents.  The program was developed by Proctor And Gamble to address the pressure in our society to focus on beauty, which can become a source of anxiety for young girls and lead to issues with body image.  More information on the program can be found at

The program will run from 2-5 at the Grafton Lions club on Brigham Hill Rd.

There is a limit of 15 girls for this program and they must be accompanied by at least one parent.  This program is being offered free of charge and parents interested in attending with their daughter are asked to RSVP.

May 19th

Parenting in the modern age

This program focuses on the challenges of raising children in the age of social media and technology.  This program is open to 40 parents and parents interested in this program are asked to RSVP. It will be held at the Grafton Lions Club from 6:30-8:30.


June 1st, June 8th, June 22nd and June 29th

Finding Their Way

This is a four-week character education program for children in 5th and 6th grades.  The program will be held from 2-4 at the Grafton Lions Club.  There is a limit of fifteen children for this program.

To RSVP and register for one of these programs, or to get further information on the Community And Family Outreach Program, email Lion Frank Sutton at




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