MANCHESTER –The New Hampshire for Hillary campaign today announced the first-ever “Primary Playgroups for Hillary,” which are events where parents and their children can participate in fun activities and have an opportunity to discuss Hillary Clinton’s vision to bring about the change America needs.
“American families are busier than ever – balancing work, raising their children and making ends meet,” said Senator Clinton. “We are holding these events to talk with them about my plans to make real change happen in this country with an understanding of the precious time parents have to share with their children.”
While parents participate in discussions about important issues that matter to them including Hillary’s plans to provide healthcare to every American, universal pre-kindergarten to every child, and to end the war in Iraq. NH for Hillary Co-chair and Speaker of the House Terie Norelli and House Majority Leader Mary Jane Wallner will lead the discussion at the first “Primary Playgroup for Hillary,” which will be held this Sunday at the Gymboree Play and Music Center in Concord. Additional events have already been scheduled at Gymborees in Manchester and Nashua.
“My family is really looking forward to attending this weekend’s Primary Playgroup for Hillary,” said Jennifer Frizzell of Concord. “I am supporting Hillary because she has been fighting for children and families for 35 years and will continue that fight when she is president.”
The Playdates will include various activities for families to participate in together like singing songs and playing games. Children will also receive t-shirts and “I Can Be President” stickers as well as have the opportunity to have their picture taken at a podium in front of an image of the White House.
Sunday, September 23, 2007
Speaker of the House Terie Norelli and House Majority Leader Mary Jane Wallner to attend “Primary Playgroup for Hillary”
Gymboree Play and Music Center
Hillary Clinton has spent her lifetime as an effective advocate for parents and children. From her first job out of law school at the Children's Defense Fund to her time as First Lady of Arkansas and of the United States to her service in the Senate, helping children has been at the center of Hillary's public life. In the White House, Hillary will continue her lifelong work to create a world where every child is cherished, loved, and able to fulfill his or her potential. For more information on Hillary’s record of fighting for children and families, please visit www.hillaryclinton.com/issues/family .
Parents interested in attending or organizing their own “Primary Playgroups for Hillary” can sign up online at www.hillaryclinton.com/nhplaygroups ,