School Fundraising. These two words inspire both hope and exhaustion equally in many parents. Like it or not, it is a necessary part of being in a school community. Whether the school is publicly or privately funded, there are always expenses that arise that cannot be covered by the base budgets. Fundraisers, then, are sort of like the burpees and push-ups of the school calendar. They need to be done, and if they get done in the best and most fun way possible, then the results are wholly beneficial. Attack this necessary task head on with the best tools and plans. The benefits mean better things for the kids, teachers, and ultimately - the community at large.
“I now pronounce you husband and wife, you may kiss the bride”
Those magical words, a blushing bride, and a teary groom waltz down the aisle in the traditional ceremony after committing their lives to each other. Oftentimes, family and friends gather to celebrate this union of two lives. Those words are life-altering words of commitment and selflessness. With parents busier than ever, how can we prioritize a marriage? Local Lifeworks marriage counselor, Roe Hunter, outlined it simply and clearly.
The African American Military History Museum in Hattiesburg is a must-see for anyone who is interested in celebrating the courage and bravery of the U. S. Military. From the time of the Buffalo soldiers post-Civil War to Desert Storm, a visit to the museum is a great way to teach kids about history. It is a sure opener of even the most blurry eyes.