Girls on the GLOW Fall Session 2014


Event Date

Sat, Sep 13, 2014


Mantua, NJ

About This Activity

Girls on the GLOW is available to all girls in grades 1-6.  The program offers fun-filled activities based on a comprehensive curriculum that includes topics such as goal setting, positive thinking, and nutrition.  The participants are encouraged to attend weekly practices and take part in the special events and seminars offered throughout the season.  There will even be opportunities for mother/daughter quality time on our calendar, too.  GLOW offers a spring session and a fall session.

Our mission is to build endurance and strength in our daughters as well as develop character and confidence through fun and educational activities.  We strive to strengthen the mother/daughter bond at a critical age and create life-long memories.

What do we mean by GLOW? G.L.O.W. stands for Grow, Learn, Offer, and Work, which is what the girls are expected to do at each and every practice. We want every girl to discover her inner GLOW that comes from achieving a goal, as an individual and as a team, through effort, determination and cooperation.

Practices are held on Saturdays from 10:30-11:45A.M. at J. Mason Tomlin Elementary School on Main Street in Mantua, NJ.

Girls on the GLOW is founded by a group of women who are athletes, mothers, professional counselors, teachers and coaches who have a sincere interest, just as you do, in helping our girls find their inner GLOW. We bring our experience and enthusiasm to this endeavor, and we hope that you and your daughters will join us in the journey!

Event details and schedule

Membership Fees include a t-shirt, water bottle, journal, invitations to our special events, and admission to our signature GLOW Runs.

Girls on the GLOW supports our local heroine, Katelyn Darrow, founder of Angels of God Clothing Closet in Pitman, NJ, as well as BringChange2Mind, an organization that works to end the stigma of mental illness.  Your financial support is not necessary but would be appreciated by many.

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