‘Moms’ Invites all Local Mothers to January 21st Meeting, Focusing on Organization

In many families, moms are responsible for managing day-to-day operations of the household, as well as supervising their child’s social and emotional development. The job becomes more complex as children age, with playdates transitioning to academic and extra-curricular responsibilities.

So a Snoqualmeie Valley Moms support and networking group was created to help local mothers navigate their complicated job.

Moms is dedicated to welcoming, informing and inspiring its participants – and welcomes all mothers, regardless of children’s momsages. This group breaks down all barriers and celebrates motherhood, while creating a sense of camaraderie and facilitating collaboration. Moms strives to help mothers develop a greater sense of belonging in the Snoqualmie Valley by inviting prominent community leaders, as well as local business owners to come meet and interact with its participants.

Moms invites all Snoqualmie Valley mothers to attend their latest meeting on Tuesday, January 21st from 9:30 to 11:30AM at Snoqualmie Valley Alliance Church, 36017 SE Fish Hatchery Rd., Fall City.

The meeting features a presentation by professional organizer and productivity consultant, Kelly Foster, of Simply Placed in Sammamish. Foster will talk about best practices and strategies for organizing spaces; establishing and maintain organized routines; and managing time in order to reduce stress and create energy and the focus to live, work and play.

Allen Minner, President of the Fall City Community Association, will also make a brief presentation about the organizations current goals and outreach projects.

The following local businesses will also be represented:

  •  YMCA, Snoqualmie, WA
  •  SnoFalls Credit Union, Snoqualmie, WA
  • .Down to Earth Florist and Gifts, Snoqualmie, WA

On-site childcare available for $5 per child with pre-registration required at www.encompassnw.org.  It is not necessary to register for Moms unless participants intend to utilize on-site childcare.

To get more information about Moms visit www.encompassnw.org or the Moms Facebook page.


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