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Summer Program groups participated in canoeing, visiting feminist businesses and rock climbing. 
Every girl deserves a life of possibilities.                    ´╗┐July 2018
 
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Marilynn Cedarstrom is starting her third year as an active, year-round volunteer with the Young Women’s Resource Center. She is very skilled in fundraising and planning, and we are so excited to have her as part of our team. 
 
"I truly believe in the YWRC and how they have been able to help young women and support them in achieving their goals."   
  
 
 
On view throughout July
 
29 works by local feminist artists and writers are now on view in the YWRC Women & Art Exhibit. Visual and written works creatively represent personal experience and acknowledge the varied struggles girls and women from different ethnic, cultural, economic and social backgrounds face.
 
The exhibition is open to the public at the YWRC during our normal business hours.   
 
 
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Sunday, August 5, 4 -  7 p.m.  
 
Join us for an afternoon of fresh air, community and live music. Ride participants will have access to special activities and drink deals at each destination throughout the 10.7 mile bike route (Captain Roy's, Confluence Brewing Company, Peace Tree Brewing Co., Captain Roy's). We'll celebrate at the finish line with a special feminist-led concert, opened by the Girls Rock! Des Moines band!
 
$20 registration per participant age 13 years and older
Children 12 and under participate for FREE, but do need to be registered
 
 
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Volunteer your time at our YWRC Bikes & Brews event
Volunteers are needed to help us ensure our August Bikes & Brews event goes smoothly. Roles include registration, facilitating activities and handing out reusable water bottles.   
 
Provide Childcare during Young Moms programs
Volunteers provide our Young Moms' children with a safe space to play and learn during Young Moms programs on Monday and Wednesday evenings. Volunteers must be 16+ years of age and have at least one year of experience working with children under the age of three. Ideal volunteers are friendly, responsible, self-starters that aren’t afraid to change a diaper. 
 
Ready to get involved? Contact Sarah Mowitz via email or by calling 515-244-4901 for more information or with any questions.
 
 
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This section is dedicated to articles and news featuring topics such as self-esteem, empowerment, positive body image, young moms, gender-specific issues and role models.
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

 
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