Rewired to Inspire March Program empowerment, strength, self-discovery and more
FUSS is happy to support this student initiated Care Project to help build connection between older adults and students.
"When the wisdom of age is mixed with the energy of youth, it creates a powerful combination that benefits everyone."
-Donna Butts, director of Generations United
Rewired to Inspire, organized by Mission San Jose High and Irvington High students, is having its final session for the 2016-2017 school year at the Fremont Main Library this Friday, March 17th, from 4:30 - 5:45 pm!
Students 5-18 years old and adults 55+ are welcome!
The month of March marks the beginning of spring, warmth and fresh starts. Join the next session about empowerment, strength, self-discovery and more. The theme for this session is "#LionHeart" which is inspired by the Academy Award nominated film Lion.
Workshop and Activities Highlights:
Overcoming obstacles etc ...
** There will also be a special guest who will discuss her life experiences and engage everyone in a Hawaiian rock-and-roll hula routine! **
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