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$150 for One Week of Circus Summer Camp IN DUNWOODY (52% off, $310 value)

$150 for One Week of Circus Summer Camp IN DUNWOODY (52% off, $310 value)

BACK BY POPULAR DEMAND! Circus Camp has graciously offered us a LIMITED NUMBER of spots for their Dunwoody location. CLICK HERE to treat your child to a MAGICAL summer with 52% off Atlanta’s one-of-kind “Funnest” Summer Day Camp! Ages 5 and up.

THIS DEAL ENDS THURSDAY, MAY 12TH AT MIDNIGHT OR WHEN IT SELLS OUT! LIMITED QUANTITY AVAILABLE!

Registration open for 2011 Georgia Games

Registration open for 2011 Georgia Games

KENNESAW, Ga. -- Amateur athletes of every age, ability and passion can compete for medals again this year at the 2011 Georgia Games.

This year's edition of the state's largest multi-sport event will take place on various weekends throughout the summer.

Online registration is currently open for all 48 sports, listed below.

More than 8,000 athletes from 500 Georgia cities and town competed in the 2010 Games. The event is staffed by over 1,000 volunteers, who can also register online to help.

The Georgia Games is a festival for state citizens of all ages and athletic abilities, including physically disabled and Paralympic athletes.

GHA combats cyber-bullying

GHA combats cyber-bullying

SANDY SPRINGS, Ga. -- The steady increase of cyber-bullying cases in schools has many parents on alert.

Now, Greenfield Hebrew Academy is working hard to make sure that parents stay informed of this dangerous trend.

GHA (5200 Northland Drive NE, Sandy Springs, 30342) is holding a cyber-bullying information session at 7 p.m. on Tuesday, Mar. 15.

Officer Tim Burell of the Sandy Springs Police Department will moderate the discussion. Parents from all area schools are invited to attend.

Cyber-bullying is when a child or teenager is harassed, humiliated, embarrassed, threatened or tormented through digital technology, including email and social networking websites.

Despite the potential damage of this new form of bullying, it is alarmingly common among adolescents.

Moms Site Seeks Atlanta's Coolest Kid

Moms Site Seeks Atlanta's Coolest Kid

ATLANTA -- The social networking site Atlanta MomsLikeMe is on the hunt for Atlanta's Coolest Kid and is offering up an $1,800 prize package to find him or her.

The site is accepting photo entries of children in a cool environment, like snow or a pool, until Friday, March 4.  Then, the public can vote for their favorite cool kid photo.

Voting ends on March 20 and the contestant whose photo received the most votes will score the Grand Prize: a voucher for a three-night stay at Sandestin Golf & Beach Resort.  The prize includes golf, tennis, biking and fitness center access.

To enter the Atlanta's Coolest Kid Photo Contest, visit Atlanta.MomsLikeMe.com.

My Grocery Spy.com Launches to Help Atlanta Shoppers Save Up To 35% Weekly on Groceries

My Grocery Spy.com Launches to Help Atlanta Shoppers Save Up To 35% Weekly on Groceries

http://www.mygroceryspy.com/ is a new online price-sleuthing service that enables families to save more money on groceries and other supermarket items.  http://www.mygroceryspy.com/ has just launched to help Atlanta grocery shoppers instantly compare prices and make more informed decisions about where to find the Atlanta grocery savings each week.

Twice a week, http://www.mygroceryspy.com/ checks out the prices on 150 to 200 grocery products at four of the top chains in the metro area, including Publix, Kroger, WalMart and Ingles. http://www.mygrocerspy.com/ provides a price comparison chart and sorts the shopping list so the lowest prices are readily identified by store.

Daddy-Daughter Date Night at Chick-fil-A

Daddy-Daughter Date Night at Chick-fil-A

ATLANTA -- The 119 Atlanta-area Chick-fil-A restaurants will host a special Daddy-Daughter Date Night on Saturday, Feb. 5.

Fathers and daughters will be encouraged to spend the evening together, enjoying time in the restaurant and participating in activities.

"One of Chick-fil-A's goals is to promote community connections and enrich the lives of everyone we come in contact with," said Robin Lomax, Chick-fil-A area marketing director. "We understand the importance of father-daughter relationships and want to encourage Atlanta community members to take a break from busy schedules, enjoy their loved ones' company over a meal and celebrate the significant relationship in their lives."

Each Chick-fil-A will celebrate in its own way.

Empire Beauty School Honors Moms

Empire Beauty School Honors Moms

ATLANTA -- Many people wish they could give makeovers to their hardworking moms.

Students at Atlanta-area Empire Beauty Schools will have the chance to do just that during a special event known as "Celebrate Mom."

Current and prospective Empire students are invited to bring their moms to school on certain days in January and February as they explore whether a career in beauty is right for them. The mothers in attendance will have the chance to compete in a fashion show and get the makeovers they deserve.

"Most of our students will tell you that there is one special person in their life whose support was central to their journey to cosmetology school and beyond," said Franklin K. Schoeneman, chairman and CEO of Empire Education Group.