It's a New Year and New Opportunities for the Parental Alienation Awareness Organization!

Gearing up for a Growing PAAO Chapter!

I love New Years. It's so gratifying to get a "start over" every January 1st. I happen to love making resolutions and sticking with them. Sometimes I do, sometimes I don't, but it's that initial motivation and goal setting that I love.

This year one of my main focuses is going to be growing the Georgia Chapter of the Parental Alienation Awareness Organization. While our own personal case is moving forward, I want to continue to reach out to the members that have joined and the ones that have yet to find our group.

I'm excited to announce that we now have regional chapters of our organization! Brenda McIntyre is now the contact for the Middle Georgia Regional Chapter of the Parental Alienation Awareness Organization. Visit our website here and look under "Regional Chapters" for her information! We're also developing other regional chapters as people from all over Georgia reach out and want to help.

Our meetings are held the third Thursday of every month at 6:30pm at different locations throughout Loganville. Feel free to contact me at hilaryetta@gmail.com to see where our next meeting location will be!

We're gearing up now to start our Parental Alienation Awareness Day Campaign that ends April 25th with our Bubbles of Love Day event. If you're interested in assisting with this or know of anyone who would love to donate bubbles or their services, let us know!

Growing the Georgia Chapter of PAAO is definitely a resolution I can keep. I am passionate about helping other families and the children that are being alienated from a loving parent. Children deserve the love of both parents in their lives. Statistics show that having both mom and dad can have an immensely positive impact on a child's future.

For more information feel free to come to our meetings or contact me at 770-500-7463 or hilaryetta@gmail.com.

Our website is www.georgiapaawareness.weebly.com.

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Jennifer Waddell January 22, 2013 at 12:51 PM
Thank you for posting this Hilary! I am glad I found this group and looking forward to helping with its purpose. Jennifer


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