Apr 232014

A program that inspires excellence, preserves integrity, and cultivates care and compassion is being offered in your community. The Virtues Project has inspired countless people worldwide to become the best versions of themselves and to make a true difference in the world. Globally, it is recognized for having inspired individuals, families, groups and communities to live virtuously.
An Introduction to the Virtues Project, a two-day interactive workshop, will be presented by Dara Feldman from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. on Friday and Saturday, June 20 and 21, in the board room at the Holbrook School District offices, located at 1000 N. Eighth Ave.
By attending a Virtues program, people receive powerful strategies for creating a climate of greater joy, justice and unity. They build resiliency and self-esteem; learn anger management and conflict resolution; and practice boundary setting and unity development. The Virtues Project strategies for prevention, intervention and healing result in transformational experiences. Such strategies bring out the best in people while encouraging them to live respectfully and responsibly. This project motivates individuals to be hopeful and live by their highest values.
The Virtues Project was founded in 1991 by three individuals who aimed to counteract violence and abuse among youth and families. Currently, personal and professional development programs are being offered by project facilitators. The program strategies assist individuals to live kinder, more purposeful lives and to create a more caring culture. The Virtues Project centers on heart matters.
For more information, contact Jacquelyn Bohner, Virtues Project facilitator, by phone at (928) 524-9051 or by email at jacquebohner@myway.com.