La Jolla Presbyterian Church to host series for single parents

A new class for single parents, to both mentor them and give them the knowledge they need to know they’re doing a good job, will be led by clinical psychologist Maryanne Cordahl, Ph.D. through La Jolla Presbyterian Church.

The eight-week session runs 6 to 7:30 p.m. Tuesdays, Feb. 21 through April 10 in Room 7 of the Life Center at LJPC, 7715 Draper Ave.

There will be $40 materials fee for the course. For registration information, contact Erika Hill at (858) 729-5524 orerikah@ljpres.org.

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