Monday, January 23

SU Ag Center kicks-off its 2017 Youth Programs with Vision Circle Parties

Baton Rouge, La. – On Wednesday, January 11th the Southern University Ag Center hosted a Vision Circle Party for the Outstanding Mature Girlz (O.M.G.) Club at Kentwood High Magnet School.  There were 43 young ladies in attendance, analyzing ways to manage personal and material resources to achieve their personal goals in 2017.

Vision Circles are visual representations of what an individual envisions for their life. Individuals are encourage to use personal photos or visual materials to define their year-long aspirations and goals. 

“This year we chose to play off the cyber lingo hashtag for our theme, which was #RealLifeGoals, it’s just a fun way to keep the girls talking about their real life goals,” said SU Ag Center’s Assistant Area Agent, Nicolette Gordon.

Club members were encourage to complete their Vision Circles and also participate in a contest where they could upload their Vision Circle to Instagram in an effort to win $25 toward one of their ‘Just for Fun’ goals.

The next vision board party is scheduled to take place at St. Helena College & Career Academy at the end of January.

For more information about the O.M.G. Club, contact Nicolette Gordon in the Tangipahoa Parish Extension Office at 985-748-9381, or in the St. Helena Parish Extension Office at 225-222-4136.


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