Girls Night Out Helps Girls Make Wise Choices

Girls Night Out Helps Girls Make Wise Choices

About a thousand women from A.S.U., Howard College and Goodfellow Air Force Base attended Girls Night Out at the Junell Center. It's a girls safety program put on by the Laura Bush Institute. Beth Holloway, mother of Natalee Holloway was the keynote speaker.
At the Junell Center Monday night, hundreds of freshman A.S.U. students got together for "Girls Night Out".  It's all about making good choices and raising awareness about physical and emotional health for young women as they leave home and start college.  Beth Holloway, the mother of Natalee Holloway who disappeared in Aruba in 2005, was the keynote speaker.  About a thousand girls from A.S.U., Howard College, and Goodfellow Air Force Base attended.  San Angelo's Laura W. Bush Institute for Women's Health sponsors Girls Night Out.  Beth Holloway will be in town again Tuesday night to speak about her experiences and her book titled ''Loving Natalee'' at the McNease Convention Center.
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