Rep. Jim Runestad to Read Proclamation at the Michigan Parental Alienation Awareness Rally
Auburn Hills, MI, April 21, 2016 (Newswire.com) - Dads and Moms of Michigan is pleased to announce that Rep. Jim Runestad (R-White Lake) will be at the upcoming rally to read a Proclamation signed by Gov. Rick Snyder recognizing April 25th as Parental Alienation Awareness Day in the State of Michigan. He will also launch the “Bubbles of Love” release as a part of a PAAO campaign symbolizing that “LOVE takes us all higher and the bubbles represent that LOVE. Just like bubbles, LOVE can not and should not be contained.”
"It's an honor to be a part of this rally and support this movement fueled by the desire to strengthen family bonds; especially between a child and their loving parent." Rep. Runestad said.
Experts on Parental Alienation from across the country are supporting the Michigan rally with recorded video messages to inspire and encourage rally-goers: Dr. Craig Childress, Dorcy Pruter, Dr. Jennifer Jill Harman, and Dr. Douglas Darnall.
Previously announced speakers include Ryan Thomas, Rep. Tim Greimel (D-Auburn Hills), Shelly Loomus, JD, MSW, John Langlois and musical guest, Curtis Lee Putman.
“Dads and Moms of Michigan is committed to providing opportunities for learning and networking for parents and families. With over 50 guests already registered to attend, this rally is sure to be inspiring, energetic and educational.” Langlois said.
The rally is scheduled to take place from 1:30 – 4:00pm ET at NOAH'S Event Venue, 3391 Cross Creek Pkwy Auburn Hills MI 48326. Participants will enjoy passed hors d'oeuvres, refreshments and live music. To register for this free event, please visit https://parally.eventbrite.com.
About Dads and Moms of Michigan
Dads and Moms of Michigan is a nonprofit dedicated to bettering the lives of Children in Bi-Nuclear Families by providing education and support to help parents create a "Conflict Free Zone" for their children.
Alexandra Laxmi Iyer
Rally Event Director
Source: Dads and Moms of Michigan