Phillips had spent the morning of the Festival working with children in three “Inspiration”
"It is crucial for all children -- whatever their age, race, or background -- to learn and develop self-esteem, character, leadership traits, and life-skills. These form the amazing core from which everything else positive in kids’ lives can be built," said Phillips.
Phillips’ customized approach to working with leadership-focused kids at the Fall Festival is indicative of her passion and dedication to helping all kids and schools reach their goals. It was just over a month ago that she motivated her network of supporters and volunteers to help fill the empty library shelves at Juan Soria Elementary School in Oxnard, CA with a donation of over 2500 books, an event reported by KEYT News. http://www.keyt.com/
Additional interactive Centers for the children to explore included "Culinary Arts" overseen by The Lazy Dog Cafe' and "Animal Leadership" presented by the K-9 Program of the Ventura County Sheriff's Department.
For more information about this event, or to schedule an interview with Paula Phillips, please email publicist Beth Hilton at The B Company.
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Ventura County-based Paula Phillips and Right Road Kids™ (formerly known as The Dream Fund Outreach) have been working directly with kids in schools, classrooms, and youth organizations throughout Ventura County and around the country for over eighteen years. Through a plethora of award-winning creative programs, the non-profit organization has inspired the self-esteem, character, confidence, and talents of tens of thousands of children.