Friends, Family, Community

Tips for Keeping Your Busy, Adventurous Family Safe

Families are seemingly always on the go. From soccer games and school trips to excursions with friends and vacations with the family, people are constantly on the move, exploring new places and experiencing new things. In fact, a study by Sfara Guardian shows that kids today are using public transportation, going on field trips and…

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5 Overlooked Items for Your Family’s Emergency Supply Kit

If you prepped an emergency supply kit for your family, you most likely have the basics covered: batteries, first aid and non-perishable foods. Here are five often overlooked items that can help keep your family safe, comfortable and informed should the unexpected occur. • Water filter. Tap water is not always safe to drink in…

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Watch Out for Those Holiday Health Hazards

By Glenn Ellis (TriceEdneyWire.com) – Yes, it may be the most wonderful time of the year but the Holiday Season is also at the top of the list for health hazards, too. No wonder hospital: admissions shoot up between December 19 and the New Year! So, keep safe and follow a few tips for a…

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Covenant Marriage Academy Announces Its “First Annual Online Conference”

Marriage and Relationships experts along with HuffPost contributors invite you to unleash the best version of you on December 26th in an online conference that advises in RELATIONSHIPS, LIFE, FINANCES and WHOLE PERSON! As successful marriage counselors, financial advocates and spiritual ambassadors, Obi and Belinda Ndu want to teach others how to unleash the best…

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51 Year Celebration of Kwanzaa: A Cultural Holiday of African American Traditions

The seven-day African American holiday of Kwanzaa has been celebrated for 51 years. The Lowcountry Kwanzaa Planning Committee has been governing the Kwanzaa activities in the Lowcountry for 39 years. The week of Kwanzaa celebration is filled with events such as the Holiday Concert, Community Potluck, Community Parade, Holiday Market, and the Ancestor Remembrance at…

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Children’s Museum of the Lowcountry Offers Free Admission to Celebrate Grandparents Day

The Children’s Museum of the Lowcountry (CML) invites grandparents in the Charleston area to celebrate a re-do of National Grandparents Day at the Children’s Museum with free admission for all grandparents. Due to Hurricane Irma, CML rescheduled the annual celebration of the holiday from September. All grandparents will receive free admission to CML on Sunday,…

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Great Holiday Gifts That Give Back

The holiday season is all about giving. This year, consider combining thoughtful gifts for loved ones with charitable efforts that benefit the larger community. There are many great ways to do so. Here are a few. Give Books and Donate Shopping for a bibliophile? Along with the gift of a book, consider honoring your gift…

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Passing the Torch for Holiday Hosting

For most families, the holidays are filled with time-honored traditions, many that have been passed down from one generation to the next. However, when the time comes for the next generation to begin carrying the torch for those treasured traditions, the transition can be a bit bumpy. For some, spending the holidays as a guest…

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Tablets and Kids: What to Know

If you’ve handed over your tablet to your children more than once, it may be time to consider getting them their own device. There are a lot of great children’s tablets that offer so much more than passive games and videos. “Tablets can be a great source of learning if the content is relevant, engaging…

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