She is the vice president because she has her own phone in her room, and she takes after-hours calls.
She is described as creative, talented, sophisticated, and trendy.
We provide training and one-on-one consultations for parents on talking with children and teens about topics such as: family values and expectations; media awareness; answering difficult questions regarding sex and sexuality; and being an 'askable' adult.
Claudia loves to draw, paint, sculpt, make jewelry, and sketch. She is addicted to junk food and loves to read Nancy Drew mysteries.
Claudia hides her Nancy Drew mysteries and her candy around her room because her parents do not approve of them. Despite her diet, she maintains a good figure and clear skin.
Kristy usually wears jeans and a T-shirt (in the winter, a turtleneck and, if needed, a sweater), sneakers, and sometimes a baseball cap with a collie on it, in memory of the family dog, Louie, who was put to sleep in Kristy and the Snobs.
She loves sports, and coaches a softball team for small children called Kristy's Krushers, which includes many of the club's sitting charges.
Parents remain an important source of sexuality information for their children.
Though youth report less formal sexuality education (from schools, community centers, church, etc…) they consistently report (at least 70%) talking with a parent about at least one sexual health topic.
• Club position: Secretary • Appearance: Long brown hair worn in braids until Mary Anne Saves the Day; she cuts it short in Mary Anne's Makeover; brown eyes • Birthday: September 22 • Age: 13 Mary Anne is the secretary of the club due to her exceptional organization skills and neat handwriting.
She and Kristy, her best friend, initially looked similar (but had very different personalities) until Mary Anne cut her hair and began wearing a little makeup in Mary Anne's Makeover.
She also vowed never to get her ears pierced due to being traumatized by almost having her ears pierced by a fellow camper at Camp Mohawk. Martin said that she based the character of Mary Anne on herself.