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$15 = $30 worth of Princess Dress Up Clothes from EnchantedKidz.com

$15 = $30 worth of Princess Dress Up Clothes from EnchantedKidz.com

Mirror, mirror on the wall, We've got the best deal of them all! With Today's Scoop, present your little royal highness with magical dress up clothes worth twirling about from EnchantedKidz.com (locally-owned). CLICK HERE TO SAVE 50% off adorable tutus and sparkly butterfly wings for toddlers and girls!

THIS EXCLUSIVE DEAL ENDS TUESDAY, JULY 12TH AT MIDNIGHT

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Coca-Cola Issues an A.P.B. (All Play Bulletin) to Families: Go Outdoors. Play in the Park. Vote.

Coca-Cola Issues an A.P.B. (All Play Bulletin) to Families: Go Outdoors. Play in the Park. Vote.

America Is Your Park campaign urges families to get out, discover fun ways to get active in the park while helping their favorite park win big

 

ATLANTA, July 10, 2011 – If you’re reading this, you should get to your favorite park – STAT! Coca-Cola is calling all families to go out and play this summer as part of the second annual America Is Your Park campaign.

Donate Your Extra Harvest

Donate Your Extra Harvest

ACFB's Community Gardens project is asking backyard and community gardeners to participate in the national Plant a Row for the Hungry campaign by simply donating any extra harvest from your garden for families and individuals in need.  See the list of drop-off sites and find the one closest to you.

Make road trips with kids more fun! 40% off travel toys, games + activity kits from TravelKiddy.com

Make road trips with kids more fun! 40% off travel toys, games + activity kits from TravelKiddy.com

Are you dreading summer travel because your kids fight and complain too much? Turn off the DVDs and get them actively engaged with stimulating, age-appropriate entertainment. CLICK HERE TO PAY $12 AND GET $20 worth of sanity-saving travel toys, games, and activity kits from TravelKiddy.com!

THIS EXCLUSIVE DEAL ENDS FRIDAY, JULY 1ST AT MIDNIGHT

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Kids eat for 99¢ at Piccadilly

Kids eat for 99¢ at Piccadilly

ATLANTA -- Every day is Kids' Day at Piccadilly restaurants.

All locations now offer 99¢ kids' meals after 4 p.m. with the purchase of an adult meal.

"At Piccadilly, we understand the importance of family meal time," said Piccadilly CFO Tom Sandeman. "And with the economy being the way that it is, we invite our guests to sit down at our table for a family meal that is a great value for everyone."

Piccadilly offers a wide range of kid-friendly fare, including chicken tenders and roast beef. Each 99¢ meal comes with a kid-sized entrée, two homestyle sides, a drink, and a dessert choice of Jell-O, pudding or a cupcake.

The meals are only available for a limited time.

Let's Jam! $60 Private Music Lessons Package with Firehouse Guitars Atlanta, ages 7+ (40% off)

Let's Jam! $60 Private Music Lessons Package with Firehouse Guitars Atlanta, ages 7+ (40% off)

Give the gift of music to your little rockers! For kids ages 7 and up. CLICK HERE TO SAVE 40% OFF lessons for: piano, guitar, bass guitar, voice, clarinet, saxophone, drums or ukulele at Firehouse Guitars Atlanta. TWO locations: Decatur & Conyers! ($100 value)

THIS EXCLUSIVE DEAL ENDS WEDNESDAY, JUNE 29TH AT MIDNIGHT

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Goodwill receives $5.7 million grant to help those in need

Goodwill receives $5.7 million grant to help those in need

ATLANTA -- Good news is coming for many Georgians who are struggling to find jobs.

U.S. Secretary of Labor Hilda L. Solis recently announced that Goodwill of North Georgia will receive $5,724,222 to help people with barriers to employment, namely ex-offenders and low-income non-custodial parents, obtain the skills they need to find work.

The funds will go toward an Enhanced Transitional Jobs Demonstration program, which offers temporary paid work experiences to more than 3,500 people nationwide. The program improves participants' employability, earnings and opportunities for advancement, not to mention their self-sufficiency and long-term success in the workforce.

"This grant provides needed support to individuals who face significant obstacles to employment," Solis said.