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Growing Up Knowing recipient of $150,000 Hardin Foundation grant, The Mississippi Link

WellsFest Total is $55,000 for Growing Up Knowing, Wells United Methodist Church, This Week at Wells

WellsFest: Day of fun, food, and fundraising, The Clarion-Ledger

Mississippi Edition: Friday, September 28th, Mississippi Public Broadcasting 91.3FM

WellsFest Coming Up Saturday, Andrew Harrison, WJTV12

Now We’re Talking, Joe Lee, Portico Magazine

Next Stop MS: Hello Fall, Mississippi Public Broadcasting 91.3FM

The Full Spectrum with Dwain Doty, WJSU 88.5FM

Art Night: WellsFest plans finalized, The Weekly Northside Sun

2018 WellsFest to Benefit Growing Up Knowing, Well-Being Magazine

WellsFest 2018 WOAD Broadcast, 103.5FM and 1300AM

Jim and Dana Promote WellsFest 2018, Metro Morning Live, Jackson State University Television

“Growing Up Knowing” Named WellsFest 2018 Beneficiary, Margaret-Ann Carter, WJTV12

WellsFest Beneficiary Growing Up Knowing about Safety, Health & Training Helps Empower Kids, WellSpring Monthly Newsletter

Growing Up Knowing, Well-Being Magazine

2018 WellsFest to benefit Growing Up Knowing; scheduled September 29, The Weekly Northside Sun

Southeast Tourism Society Selects WellsFest Top 20 Event for September 2018

2018 WellsFest to Benefit Growing Up Knowing, The Mississippi Link

Nonprofit chosen as the beneficiary for WellsFest, The Clarion-Ledger

Growing Up Knowing Launches “My Body, My Boundaries,” The Clinton Courier

Dana Larkin on Growing Up Knowing, Megan Phillips, The Weekly Northside Sun

Teen Pregnancy Prevention Group Selected as WellsFest Beneficiary, Wells United Methodist Church, This Week at Wells

‘Growing Up Knowing’ promotes healthy sex education discussions between parents and children, Brinda Fuller Willis, Jackson Advocate

Parents: Talk to Middle-Schoolers About Sex to Break Pregnancy Cycle, Arielle Dreher, Jackson Free Press

Info can combat Mississippi’s teen pregnancy problem, Dana Larkin, The Clarion-Ledger

“After learning about the HPV vaccine, I called my son’s pediatrician and took him in for his first of 3 shots.
Now, he’s protected from that kind of cancer.”