April 9th: Angie Newlin “Talking to Your Child About Body Safety”


Angie Newlin is the mother of triplet ten-year-Olds, Emma, Eli and Ethan. Angie has worked with children and teens for over twenty years, as a Tutor at a children’s home in St.Louis, a Resident Counselor at a youth shelter in St. Charles, Missouri, a paraprofessional/teacher’s aide through Twin Rivers and Hutsonville Schools, and Substitute Teacher at various Crawford County School Districts. She holds a Bachelors Degree in Psychology from Southern Illinois University in Carbondale. She is currently a school counseling graduate student at Indiana State University working towards her master’s degree in science. Angie has completed her practicum experience at Lincoln Grade School and Washington Elementary in Robinson. She has also completed her fieldwork at Hutsonville Schools and will complete her internship at Hutsonville Schools next school year. She worked as a Forensic Interviewer/Prevention Specialist at a local Child Advocacy Center in Crawford County where she taught body safety in a local school district, as it is a requirement by Illinois law that all children in grades kindergarten-12th grade in public schools receive education on body safety. Angie wants to tell you what she knows and has learned about keeping your children safe. She will also be speaking about the dangers of social media and the internet. Please join us for this very important topic and come with questions. Angie is very willing to answer your questions about anything that has to do with your children.

Join us for Mom2Mom on Tuesday, April 9th from 6:00-7:30pm at First Baptist Church of Robinson (301 South Jefferson). All ladies are welcome and free childcare is provided.