Cou­ple of­fer par­ents tips

Matamata Chronicle - - News - By KA­T­RINA LINTONBON

Amy Martin is a real ad­vo­cate for pos­i­tive par­ent­ing and when the op­por­tu­nity came up for her to bring Brian and Sally Burgess to Mata­mata to present the Prac­ti­cal Par­ent­ing Sem­i­nar, she jumped at the chance.

Mr and Mrs Burgess are pas­sion­ate about equip­ping par­ents to raise ex­tra­or­di­nary kids. Kids who are happy, con­fi­dent, suc­cess­ful re­spect­ful and pos­i­tive con­trib­u­tors to their fam­ily, school and later the so­ci­ety in which they live.

Mrs Martin said she would en­cour­age any par­ents in Mata­mata to go along for a look.

‘‘They have some re­ally good ad­vice,’’ she said.

The Prac­ti­cal Par­ent­ing Sem­i­nar will take place at the Mata­mata Bap­tist Church on Tues­day March 27 and Wed­nes­day March 28.

The par­ent­ing sem­i­nar be­gins at 7pm and fin­ishes at 9pm.

Tick­ets for the par­ent­ing sem­i­nar can be pur­chased at Hur­ri­cane Com­put­ers or Mata­mata Bap­tist Church or by con­tact­ing Amy Martin on 880 9061.

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