PROGRAMS

LANES programs teach character, leadership, morals and values, social conscience, and spiritual awareness.   We believe these qualities will serve our participants for the rest of their lives.   LANES currently offers the following programs.  

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MIDDLE SCHOOL GIRLS WEEKLY PIZZA PARTY
Middle school
girls gather for weekly inter-active sessions.   These sessions address issues most teen girls face and allow a forum for girls to bond with each other, seek answers to life’s difficult situations, and express themselves in a supervised, structured environment.   The workshops offer character development and self-esteem building.  They cover a variety of topics such as economic education, health and nutrition, spiritual awareness, sexual abstinence education and dangers of alcohol, drugs and tobacco.   The weekly sessions are free and include dinner.


HIGH SCHOOL GIRLS BI-WEEKLY SESSIONS  
High school girls gather bi-weekly for leadership development and life after high school graduation preparation workshops.   These workshops are designed to allow high school girls an opportunity for candid discussions about respect, self-discipline, self-control and decision making skills. They include guest speakers and career development.  The Summits are free and include breakfast or lunch.

 

 

EXPRESSIVE ENTOURAGE  
A middle school girls book club.  Middle school girls that participate in the weekly sessions are given fictional novels and autobiographies to read and come together once each month for group discussions, interactive activities and applications about the books.   The books are chosen by the club's facilitator and must have a positive message or reinforce the morals and values instilled by LANES.   There is no fee to join the club and dinner is served at the discussion sessions.

 



SPRING BREAK TRIP WITH COLLEGE AND UNIVERSITY TOURS
Annually during the public school's spring break, LANES sponsors an out of state trip.   The spring trip offers an opportunity to travel outside of Central Florida, tour Colleges and Universities, visit historic sites and museums, and provides exposure and new experiences for the participants.  Fees are charged to offset the cost of transportation and hotel accommodations.  

 

 

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  • EVELYN PITTS DALLAS
  • MEMORIAL SCHOLARSHIP LUNCHEON
    An event established in memory of Evelyn Pitts Dallas, the mother of LANES founder and director.  Mrs. Dallas was a retired educator who taught at Phyllis Wheatley Elementary School in Apopka for 28 years.  She was a member of the Florida A&M University Alumni Association and the Orange County Classroom Teachers Association.  She was also a member of Greater New Hope Missionary Baptist Church in Orlando under the leadership of the late Pastor R. W. Wiggins.  Annually during the luncheon LANES Founder awards scholarships and gifts to high school graduates who have participated in LANES programs. 
Since 2005, LANES has awarded over $60,000 in scholarships to its high school seniors and alumnae pursuing higher education after high school.  

   

 


 
   
 


For additional information, please contact:

 

Lisa Williams, Director

Loving Assisting Nurturing Educating & Supporting Teenage Girls, Inc.

P.O. Box 609087 -- Orlando, FL  32860
Phone: (407) 299-5464

Email:  contactus@lanestg.org

 

 

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