Ardmore Baptist Preschool Anchored in Christ

For over 70 years, Ardmore Baptist Preschool has served children throughout Forsyth County.  Currently, 80 children are enrolled, ranging from three months to five years old with a student/teacher ratio designed for individualized attention.  Julie Sugg, Preschool Director, shared that the school’s teaching philosophy is based on a Reggio-inspired model. “Ardmore Baptist Preschool is one […]

Kids in the Kitchen: Cinco de Mayo = Quesadillas All Day!

Quesadillas are a favorite among kids and adults alike—they are quick and easy to make, crispy yet gooey, easy to hold without the “fallout” of tacos, and fit perfectly inlittle lunch boxes. Here are quesadilla options for breakfast, lunch and dessert!   Table Talk:Take the opportunity to tell your children about the significance of Cinco […]

Chermak & Hanson Orthodontics Cutting-edge Technology, Still with Family Values

With a trio of flourishing practices serving the Piedmont area, Chermak & Hanson Orthodontics combines all the latest techniques and skills in orthodontia with a sincere dedication to families in those communities. Knowing their patients deserve the very best, Dr. David Chermak and Dr. John Hanson stay up-to-date on the best and brightest solutions for, […]

Mother, the Heart of Learning

BY GEORGE CAMPBELL HAGE, Ed. D., Ph. D., LPCS A mother becomes the heart of learning for her child. Mother is the first teacher. She by nature instills within her child the power of learning. One may ask, how does this happen? As both a counselor and educator over the years, I have experienced the […]

Clemmons Community Day Returns in 2018

For nine years running, Clemmons Community Day has given the community fun, activities, vendors, and an opportunity to celebrate living in an awesome place.  Organized by the Lewisville-Clemmons Chamber of Commerce, Clemmons Community Day represents countless hours of time and talent expended by Chamber Director, Ginny Chase, and dozens of volunteers.  The event is noted […]

An Appreciation of Your Teacher

Children are very observant.  They notice a new selection of books placed against the chalkboard, a slight change in the classroom, as well as a butterfly clip pulling back a long lock of hair worn by the classroom teacher.  “You must live here!”  says a child in the class.  “You are the last one to […]

2018 Gears and Guitars Music Festival & Winston-Salem Cycling Classic

Known as “the biggest party on two wheels,” this weekend event is not to be missed! Scheduled for May 25th–28th, the collaboration of events offers something for everyone to enjoy. During the four days, those in attendance will enjoy family-friendly entertainment; concerts from bands such as Blues Traveler, Jason Isbell and the 400 Unit, and […]

Thrive! The NCHE Homeschool Conference

The decision to homeschool can be a frightening experience, filled with doubts and a never-ending list of questions.  Millions of parents have stood in your shoes questioning the need to seek out a different path to educate their child.  The homeschool “world” is not an isolating endeavor, however; in fact, once you connect with the […]

Triad Moms on Main: The First Pancake

BY KELLY HINES, A GUEST BLOGGER WITH TRIAD MOMS ON MAIN I lovingly refer to my oldest child as our “first pancake.” Every experience with her is new. I have no frame of reference and rely on instinct, advice from friends, and a good amount of guesswork. Much like the first pancake of the bunch, […]

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