A date night with some meaningful learning is the aim of the Stronger Families program, co-ordinated through USO Camp Pendleton.
Center manager Ann Jarvis said USO partnered with non-profit group Stronger Families to provide the program, which can be requested for free by chaplains on Camp Pendleton.
“The most recent event had about 28 people come and the topic was breaking down communication barriers,” Ann said.
“It is a very beneficial program and it’s free to the chaplains - the USO and Stronger Families pick up all the costs.”
The night was held at Dave & Buster’s and included a free dinner.
“It’s like a date night and a little seminar - it’s very entertaining and fun and it doesn’t feel like you’re bring preached to because it’s very light.”
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