Fun at St. Lawrence Place Night at the Blowfish Game!

Posted by: Becca Smith Hill

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July 20th was SLP night at the Columbia Blowfish game, and our residents, staff, supporters and alumni all had a blast!
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SLP Kids Attend VBS at Trinity Cathedral

Posted by: Becca Smith Hill

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Roger Hutchison, a long-time supporter of St. Lawrence Place, (pictured above), always includes the SLP kids in our summer camp in the Trinity Episcopal Cathedral Vacation Bible School week.  We offer this to our campers, and they always have a ball!
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Community Support at SLP

Posted by: Ashley Harp

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SLP always looks for opportunities to bring in professionals to share their expertise with our families.  This past week during summer camp, Probation, Parole and Pardon Agent Bryson stopped by to have a group discussion with some of the youth.
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Heart to Heart, Lately

Posted by: Becca Smith Hill

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We are officially halfway through our first year of implementing our newest program for families at SLP: Heart to Heart: A Positive Parenting Program.  You can read more about the program and its goals here.  Through a generous Community Enrichment Grant from the Junior League of Columbia, we started this innovative program in January 2014.
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A Lemonade Stand for SLP!

Posted by: Jessica Malovic

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It is never too early to foster the spirit of giving in your children. One way to start is to purchase a moon jar to start the conversation about spending, saving and sharing. I purchased one for my five year old daughter. I love all the great conversations we have about where to donate the “share” portion of her moon jar. Will it be “save the rain forests” this month, St. Lawrence Place or will she decide to donate to our local animal shelter?
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What’s for Lunch?

Posted by: Lila Anna Sauls

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We take nutrition seriously at St. Lawrence Place.  In the latest studies, 20% of children were found living in food insecure households.  Summer is even tougher on the families with school-age children, because the two meals the schools were providing are also gone.
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