The Kitchen Tune-Up Team

Kitchen Tune-Up started in 1988, and after decades of fine-tuning their process, they franchised in 2017.  Peter Mahoney is a local franchisee (or “Tunie,” as the Home Office folks, or “Homies,” refer to them) for the Triad.  For this edition of Forsyth Family, Peter and his team are excited to introduce themselves and their business […]

Classifying Your Kids’ Friends

We parents are always on the heightened prowl to keep our kids engaged and running in supportive and worthwhile social circles.  Part of our job as good parents is to keep our kids crashing around with the right crowd.  Every day with our offspring, we scan the horizon endlessly for positive influences when approving or […]

Be Kind Coffee: The Fall Menu

School is back in season, and that means the fall season is right around the corner.  For many, fall is a favorite season.  Certainly, that is the case for the Gogolak family, owners of Be Kind Coffee Co., a coffee shop in Clemmons that has quickly earned a reputation for delicious drinks, divine baked goods, […]

Child Safety Series: Baby Safety Month

Each month this series will provide important facts and tips surrounding child safety, in an effort to support parents and caregivers as they navigate reducing risks and creating the safest environment possible for the children in their lives.  Founded by the Juvenile Products Manufacturers Association (JPMA) in 1983, “Baby Safety Month” occurs annually each September.  […]

Creating Social Media Boundaries with Family Members for the Safety of Your Children

Raising children in a digital age where social media plays such a large role in our daily lives creates new layers of safety and social concerns for parents. Thankfully, more recently parents are having discussions about what the role of social media will look like in their own children’s lives, including when they will have […]

Sambucus Nigra: Oh, How I Love Thee

The Hippocratic Oath remains a promise of safe healing from a man whom legend defines as the demi-god of medicine, the son of Apollo himself, the god of healing and the sun.  Since his handwritten journals have survived, we know that Hippocrates believed that “our natural aptitude is the soil; the instruction our teachers give […]

No-Mess Painting Projects for Your Littles

There’s something really amazing that happens when you let a child get creative with paint and play!  And for my mother that amazing thing was learning how much she loved me, despite how much of that paint got all over her living room walls and new carpet flooring. (Don’t worry, carpet cleaner and bleach saved […]

All About Educator Warehouse

What is Educator Warehouse? Educator Warehouse is a project of Forsyth Educator Partnership and Winston-Salem Forsyth County Council of PTAs that is located right behind Diggs-Latham Elementary School. They have a huge selection of new and gently-used items to be used by classrooms and teachers! Everything has been donated by individuals, organizations, and businesses from […]

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