The weekend of events begins on Friday, June 15th from 6pm to 10pm with creative workshops and Saturday, June 16th from 7am to 5pm with mural design, music performances and food vending.
This is an event for all of Southern Maryland so we welcome everyone to come out and be party to this event.
If you would like to nominate yourself or someone else, submit a personal statement. Lori Pratico, Founder of Girl Noticed will make a selection and those selected will submit a photograph for the mural.
If you have questions about this wonderful event or to register for the workshops feel free to contact Councilman Curtis Smith at email@example.com.
We look forward to Southern Maryland being involved in the wonderful event and continue to help Western Charles County get ‘NOTICED’.
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The Town of Indian Head Parks and Recreation Commission has partnered with local organizations Phenomenal Young Women, Inc, Cage Free Voices LLC, and REAL Women to host the nationally recognized mural project “Girl Noticed”. Girl Noticed makes the bold statement that it is a community’s responsibility to yield to the greatness in every girl.
The experience begins with local communities nominating girls and women as candidates to be “Noticed” for their talents, strengths and character at the GirlNoticed website https://girlnoticed.com/contact/ . An individual is then selected and recognized in a unique and compelling way. The girl’s image is drawn in charcoal along with the words “NOTICE ME”, on a large exterior wall. Nominations cover a wide spectrum, from overcoming personal struggles to momentous achievements. The individual chosen represents many others like them.