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Hey Moms! I am new to the page and looking for sporadic babysitting jobs and maybe a full time nanny position come the fall. I'm 30 years old, have a baby and have worked with kids a lot teaching music lessons and also babysitting on the side. Please contact me if you need some help. I'm pretty open and flexible especially on week days.(sometimes I would bring my baby with me but he's very chill usually). ... See MoreSee Less
JUST IN: Santa's confirmed that he will be stopping by Winter Wonderland -- our signature holiday event -- again this year! Mark your calendars for Saturday, December 9, when Santa will be making time in his incredibly busy schedule to visit with our GPPN families! ... See MoreSee Less
Asking for a friend for local speech therapist recommendations for her 4 yr old.
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PRESIDENT Ceasar Mitchell's OFFICE
COMMUNITY ENGAGEMENT NEWS
Jim Elgar Cathy Murray
Attention: parents, grand parents, educators, faith based organizations and mentors
"BE BOLD! BE PRESENT!" And join Sisters of Today and Tomorrow's 10th Annual National Leadership Conference for Girls, at Georgia Tech, in Atlanta, Georgia., Thursday - Saturday, July 13-15, 2017.
SOT's 10th Annual National Leadership Conference for Girls (ages 11-18), "BE BOLD! BE PRESENT!”, will include fun interactive workshops, focused on leadership, social justice, goal setting, health & wellness, self-esteem building, communicating on social media, writing and more...
Conference highlights: Lunch with a Leader; A Campus Tour; Vision Board Creation and A powerful Sisters Circle.
Contact Carla Morrison 404-319-2130 or email: email@example.com, to register your daughter, granddaughter, niece, neighbor and/or mentee.
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Happy Father's Day to our wonderful GPPN dads! We appreciate you. 👊 ... See MoreSee Less
Save the date for our next summer music series in Grant Park! Extend your Independence Day celebrations and join your neighbors on Thursday, July 6th in Grant Park with tunes from False Hearted Lovers. A big thanks to our headline sponsor, InTown Stars School of Gymnastics serving gymnastic families in Atlanta and beyond. As you are considering activities for your child, please check out our great GPPN partner! ... See MoreSee Less
Music in the Meadow w/False Hearted Lovers by InTown Stars Gym
July 6, 2017, 6:00pm - July 6, 2017, 6:30pm
Please join us for our first Thursday summer music series on July 6 from 6:00 - 7:30pm in Grant Park (on the corner of Sydney and Cherokee) and get ready to relax and listen to some great music by False Hearted Lovers! False Hearted Lovers is a four piece acoustic ensemble from somewhere back in the hills...or maybe they started at that ol' roadhouse out on the highway.....or was it the diner down from the mill? Either way, they're wood + strings + horse hair + heart + soul + voices….mainly voices…harmonies… and songs…. Old Time & Jug Band & Folk & Gospel & Bluegrass & Country & some just out of time…. A big thanks to our headline sponsor, InTown Stars Gymnastics. Intown Stars Gymnastics is a USAG member Gymnastics Center, serving families in Intown Atlanta and beyond. Though they have the same important foundations of any USAG member club, Intown Stars Gymnastics represents a value system that sets them apart from other gyms. They are dedicated to taking care of every students heart and soul; treating each child lovingly and respectfully. Their professional coaches are friendly and courteous with a focus on developing relationships with students and families. They believe their job is to coach children in the sport of gymnastics, and educate the families about the sport. InTown Stars does this by intentionally building relationships between coaches, parents, students and the gym leadership. This allows them to structure their business decisions around the needs of the families and gymnasts, creating programming and policy to meet those needs. InTown Stars offers all of their coaches ongoing education with occupational therapists, training in positive discipline with alternatives to traditional punishment and consequence methods. They use the sweet and nurturing power of healing baskets, address a child's anxieties with "Worry Eater" dolls, and use "Shine a Light on My Feelings" tool to address the emotions a child is experiencing with positive solutions. Intown Stars Gymnastics - KIDS LIKE IT HERE. If you are considering gymnastics for your family, please support our GPPN partner. www.intownstarsgymnastics.com