Save by the dawn’s early light at The Salvation Army Southeast Michigan Adult Rehabilitation Center family thrift stores as they celebrate summer during the nonprofit’s annual Fourth of July Sale. Visit any of the 36 metro Detroit Salvation Army thrift store locations to enjoy 50 percent off clothing on Saturday, July 4. Most stores will open at 7 a.m.
Month: June 2016
Max and Annabel – A Tale of Two Clydesdale Horses in Central Park is a Juvenile Fiction book (ages 7-12) that offers also as a great picture book for young readers. This picture book also includes a map of Central Park and “Extras” regarding Clydesdale trivia.
The conclusion of every school year is a proud time for parents, but it can also be a time of great worry. There are headlines all over the news landscape regarding the dangers of summer. Whether it is idle minds that can get kids in trouble or the blistering hot sun, parents on a budget can have a tough time figuring out ways to keep their kids active and engaged in the summer.
As many people learn about the Zika virus in the media, there is a lot of concern as to whether or not it will reach America. According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), although most cases of it have been abroad, they report that cases among those traveling will likely continue to increase, and that the imported cases could result in the local spread of the virus throughout the country.
When should a parent begin talking to their child/ren about money?
Do you sometimes pretend that your car cup holders are not filled with trash, coins, stains, sticky goo, and more? Somehow in the midst of kids and chaotic schedules, those small little compartments can become a major headache.
Comedian Steve Harvey Hosts National Camp to Mentor Fatherless Young Men with the Help of Notable Community Leaders
A total of 220 fatherless male youths from across the country, aged 13-18, were invited to attend a mentoring camp experience at Camp Grace in Roberta, GA hosted by the Steve Harvey Mentoring Program for Young Men.
Road trips with children and teens doesn’t have to be a drag. In fact in can be creative and exciting along with a great educational experiences for all. If you want to cut down on screen time and music, mix it up with audiobooks!
Our culture feeds us a lot of negative ideas about children. When they are infants, we understand and are quick to declare that children are gifts. What a blessing a newborn baby is. Ah, but wait just a few months and the message begins to change. Right about the time they learn to walk and talk, the warnings come.
Up to 69% of Americans will hit the road for summer vacations this year to spend quality time together, according to American Automobile Association. To make sure the next road trip is a blast yet safe, ChickDriven.com founder Ruby Davis offers some great road-trip tips to make the next journey memorable.