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Month: December 2015

“Presents Are For Giving, Not Receiving…Wouldn’t You Agree?”

“Presents Are For Giving, Not Receiving…Wouldn’t You Agree?”

Gift giving can be stressful. We want to find a gift they will actually like and won’t stuff in a closet to re-gift later. We can get so caught up in the gift that we forget what it signifies. “Presents are for giving, not receiving…wouldn’t you agree?”   The spirit of giving teaches us to be selfless and to think of others during the holiday season. Giving selflessly teaches kids… …service to others. Gifts don’t have to be tangible items. Give…

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Cooking With Camp- Spaghetti Baskets

Cooking With Camp- Spaghetti Baskets

Ingredients– Stuffed Meatballs Mozzarella cheese cubes 1 lb of ground beef 1/2 cup of seasoned bread crumbs 1 egg 1/4 cup of milk Spaghetti sauce Ingredients– Spaghetti Baskets Spaghetti (thin) 2 egg whites Parmesan cheese   Directions Start with the meatballs. Combine meat, bread crumbs, eggs and milk in a large bowl, mix well. Grab the mozzarella cubes and form meatballs around cheese. Use as many cubes in the middle as you would like! Place meatballs in crock pot and cover…

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Are Your Camper’s Friends Organic?

Are Your Camper’s Friends Organic?

As parents we want the best for our kids. We want them to have valuable life experience, to grow in confidence, and to make lifelong friends. We can research schools, sign them up for after school activities…but where do we draw the line when it comes to friends? We want them to have a great peer support system, but when does a subtle nudge to be social turn into a socially engineered friendship?   In a recent article from the…

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