1. Hi Erin, if possible would you mind expanding on why it’s crucial to determine if food is involved?

    Thanks Kate

    1. Hey Kate!
      Sure! So, I personally worked with a library teen group, so providing food was a way of keeping their energy up and keeping them engaged. We all know teenagers love food. This also meant I had a fund that I could use to feed them. However, I think this applies to an adult group as well. If you have food, then the group has more staying power, and it can also just be more fun. You can rotate through the members with someone else bringing food each meeting or everyone contributes to a fund that buys food. This won’t work for every group, but it’s definitely worth considering and talking about. I hope that helps!

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