Someone To Talk To is a puppet show presented to local elementary schools by members. The show focuses on physical and sexual abuse, neglect, and stranger danger. After the show, members discuss and provide questions and answers about the situations the puppets were involved in during the show. It teaches the students that they are special and need to find a trusted adult they can talk to about problems or bad situations they may face. A coloring book is provided to the students to reinforce the themes of the show.
The project is geared towards kindergarten through second grade students. This project is on track to serve over 1,500 children this year.
Contact Someone To Talk To project chair, Jill Holcomb, or co-chair Maggie Watts via email at JABOSsttt@gmail.com for additional information.