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New Contest Starting 9/29/2010

  (9/29/2010)-(10/26/2010) If you have completed community service (that is verifiabale)for the year of 2010 please send us any proof  with the Business website and phone number to our email along with your email and phone number and you will be entered into our daily drawing. You could win $20 Movie Tickets, Universal Studios Fright … Continue reading


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Contest : I Don’t Want To Pay For Prom Contest

Attention High School Seniors: Are your parents stressed out about how to pay for prom? Worried about not getting the dress of your dreams? If you are a High School Senior with over a 3.0 g.p.a. and are in need of help for paying for prom write to us. Email a Word Document essay to … Continue reading

Nine Steps to Good Table Manners for Children

by Ann Svensen Whether it’s dinner at a friend’s house or a business meeting over lunch, we judge people based on their table manners. But what can you do if your kids are burping and slurping their way through dinner? Dr. Alex Packer, psychologist and the author of How Rude! A Teenagers Guide to Good … Continue reading

When Should You Get Your Child A Cell Phone?

The decision on when to get your child a phone is a very hard decision to make. Some people get their child a cell phone when they are in 2nd grade. Other parents might wait till they are in high school. It all depends on the circumstances. Some parents get their kid a cell phone … Continue reading

How to Save Emergency Money While in Debt

The reality is too many of us, myself included, are in debt and have no savings. While some people tell you not to save money while in debt, the fact is if you don’t have money for emergencies, then you will increase your debt by having to turn to your credit cards. Here are some … Continue reading

How to Say “No” When Your Child Wants Something

There’s something about children that tugs at our heartstrings and makes us want to keep them safe and protect them from heartbreaks of any kind. That’s why we feel upset and sad when we see their big eyes fill with tears and their tiny faces scrunched with anger when we refuse them something they want. … Continue reading

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The Importance of Fatherhood

Children who have contact with their fathers following a family break-up suffer fewer behavioural problems, academics said today. Youngsters who have a close relationship with their natural father after their parents split up are likely to be less disorderly, anxious or aggressive. Researchers discovered that children who had infrequent or no contact at all with … Continue reading

Shelters/Transitional Housing

Shelters /Transitional Housing Agape House, Offers Homeless and domestic violence programs for women 18-25 with children ages birth to 10 years.     Fontana (909) 574-5679Alternatives to Domestic Abuse Riverside Shelter for Women and Children (951) 339-7233 (SAFE)     (951) 320-1370Better Way Shelter Outreach, Male or Female Domestic violence Victims.     Victorville (760) … Continue reading