Hey Lincoln Abes! 💫 Join us for eight weeks of relaxing Vinyasa + Hatha yoga along with your favorite sun salutation on Tuesdays and Thursdays beginning January 26th. Grab comfortable/stretchy clothing, a water bottle and a yoga mat (or borrow one of ours) and meet us in the Community Resource Center for an hour of… Continue reading Yoga Pants for Education
•🌟•ANNOUNCEMENT: Velofemmes + Ladies First = 2017 The Greater Tacoma Community Foundation Spark Grant Recipients 🚴🏾♀️🚴🏼♀️🚴🏿♀️🚴🏻♀️🚴🏽♀️ #RideLikeAGirl
Happy Holidays from Ladies First at First Creek Middle School! ❤
•✨Be inspired. Be encouraged. Be moved.✨• Presented by Kitsap Bank + 425 Magazine, Women to Watch 2017 is promised to be an amazing evening of inspiration and encouragement. Bring a friend, co-worker, niece, aunt or any influential woman in your life and join us for an amazing evening of inspiration and encouragement. You won’t want… Continue reading You’re Invited: Women to Watch 2017
JUST IN: Ladies First + Velofemmes were nominated for the Downtown: On the Go! DOTG Biking Strong Award for inspiring more women to ride bikes through our Women+Girls Bike Ride collaborations. ••🚲••WE ARE THRILLED and we know this work is simply not possible without the support of our 253 community who promoted and participated in… Continue reading DOTG Biking Strong Award Nominee
Founder T’wina Franklin and her daughter, Aleyia, met the youngest ever Nobel Peace Prize Winner + champion for the rights of girls to receive an education, Malala Yousafzai, at a community event hosted by Compassionate Action Network. Learn more about Malala by visiting http://www.malala.org.
Checkout this rad MoveToTacoma.com podcast + blog post on Ladies First + #publiceducation. LISTEN HERE >>> Full Podcast Link: http://www.movetotacoma.com/podcasts/university-place-schools-tacoma-public-schools-and-the-ladies-first-program-with-twina-franklin/ Show Notes McCleary vs. Washington State. T’wina explains the state Supreme Court decision in the McCleary vs. State of Washington regarding funding for schools. There was also a legislative decision to reduce the number of… Continue reading Podcast: MoveToTacoma.com