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Moms Can, Too

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Pageants don’t just have to be for tweens and teens, moms can do them, too! And no one knows that better than Brittany Lorio, the Executive Director of the Pelican Organization and the 2019 Teen, Ms., and Mrs. Pelican State Pageant.... Read full article

Bless Their Heart

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It is a widely-known witticism that when you talk about someone in the South, one can self-pardon by simply adding the words, “bless their heart.” The reality is, what is being said rarely does actually bless anybody. It seems harmless enough, until ... Read full article

Changing Families, Changing Traditions

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When there is a death, divorce or remarriage in the family, the holiday season is laden with change.... Read full article

Q&A: Private Schools

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You can research online, visit the open houses, and take the private tours, but to really choose a school, you have to get some inside information. ... Read full article

A Grateful People

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Often Christians wonder what God’s will for their lives is. Whom should I marry? What should my major in college be? Should I accept this new job position? And the list goes on. But there is one part of His will for our lives that is crystal clear: w... Read full article



Why Have Faith in the Valley?

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If we are honest, as humans, we’ve all had these types of thoughts in our lives. ... Read full article

Hablo Español

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The Benefits Of Raising A Multilingual Child... Read full article

Individualized Education Program

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Expectations, Process, & Practical Tips.... Read full article

Summer Goals

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Goal #1: Take my kids skating: I seriously cannot believe my children have never done this. Goal #2: Teach my children my phone number and our address: When I was the same age as my children, I not only knew my phone number, but everyone else's.... Read full article

College Planning: Are You Ready For It?

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You can see college on the horizon, and your child is approaching it more quickly than you would like. Whether your teen is in ninth, tenth, or eleventh grade, you need to be thinking about planning for college. This next step is not a one day event ... Read full article

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