Posts Tagged ‘Family’
Children just naturally seem to have a love for dinosaurs. Spencer has been that kid for many years. Something new may grab his attention for a bit but, it always goes back to dinosaurs. He is a smart little cookie and corrects me often when I get a name wrong.
I always love the cool things that are going on at the Detroit Zoo. Right now, Valvoline Instant Oil Change has partnered with the Detroit Zoo to offer their customers, YOU, a great deal! Visit your local Valvoline Instant Oil Change to receive a voucher for a Buy One, Get One on a ticket to Dinosauria at the Detroit Zoo, with the purchase of a regular or synthetic oil change. You can get Valvoline Coupons and save even more! This program lasts the remainder of Dinosauria, which runs till September 7th.
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What are you doing on Thursday, November 6th? No plans yet? Let me help with that! Grab your friends and family and head over to Outback Steakhouse to support a good cause. For one day only, Outback Steakhouse will be donating 15% of your check right back to the Detroit Zoo!
Stop in for a mouth watering sirloin or, my favorite, their famous Blooming Onion. Please be sure to give away the certificate to the winner AFTER the Give Back Night fundraiser event.
On November 7th, I will be holding a TWITTER GIVEAWAY for a $20 Gift Certificate to Outback Steakhouse! Follow me @DelightfulToni for updates!
Facebook: @Outback Steakhouse / @Detroit Zoo
Twitter: @Outback / @detroitzoo
Outback Hosts Detroit Zoological Society Give Back Night Fundraiser
When: Thursday, November 6th, 2014
Where: Detroit Outback Restaurants
Store Locations: http://www.outback.com/
Outback invites you to join them at any Detroit area Outback Steakhouse location for the Detroit Zoological Society Give Back Night fundraiser. Relax and enjoy the fresh flavors at Outback and they’ll proudly donate 15% of your total check to the Detroit Zoo! Just say “Zoo Night!” to your server!
Summer is all about family, friends, the sun and spending quality time with our loved ones. The more skills you develop, the more time you invest in your family and all of your relationships. First Things First (FTF) is an award winning not-for-profit organization dedicated to strengthening families.
So many parents work full time+ jobs these days. For many of them, finding quality with spend with the children can be difficult. I make every effort to spend time with my boys. I lost my Dad when I was 30 years old and I wish I was able to have more time with him. When I was a little girl, he was always working. He worked to provide for us and give us the things that he didn’t have when he was growing up. I think this is the way most parents are. I didn’t understand this when I was 10 but at 36 years old, I am grateful for all he did for us. I was definitely a Daddy’s Girl all the way! THe time a little girl spends with her Dad, is so important so make the most of all the time you can! It’s about the quality of time, not the quantity.
About First Things First
First Things First (FTF) is an award winning not-for-profit organization dedicated to strengthening families in Chattanooga, Tennessee. It is a resource that collaborates with and is supported by a broad cross-section of community organizations, groups and individuals. FTF accomplishes it mission through meaningful media messaging and skill building classes.
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I can’t believe it’s April already. The weather has been crazy. You can’t count on what the weather is going to be like from day to day. It makes is so difficult to plan outdoor activities with the kids. We will be heading to GreenFest!
One thing you can count on is, on the 22nd of this month, we will be celebrating Earth Day. In observance of this global holiday, celebrating life on our planet, the Detroit Zoo is hosting its annual GreenFest celebration. This Zoo wide celebration includes earth-friendly crafts, an endangered species scavenger hunt, animal enrichment activities, zookeeper talks and exhibits by local conservation groups. All GreenFest activities are free with Zoo admission. read the rest of this entry »