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Activities

 Family members do look forward to having fun together. The range of possible activities is limitless. The more family members are involved in carrying out the activities, the more likely their participation over time. Talents in the family have an opportunity to shine. Use the abilities and interests of family members to have such activities as:
  • talent shows
  • family history telling
  • choir singing
  • recognition ceremonies
  • arts and crafts exhibits
  • fashion shows
  • music and poetry
  • sports

Family members may lead workshops in topics with which they are familiar such as economic development, investing, education, parenting skills, political action, etc. Remember to include activities for all ages, including the youth and the elderly.

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