A weekly column by Carey Daughtry
Karate teacher and mentor, Carey Daughtry, talks about issues that affect the daily lives of children like Bullying, Child Safety and Abduction Prevention, Health and Fitness, Social Issues, Behavioral Issues, Encouragement, and Empowerment for the benefit of both parents and their children.
A biweekly column by Pepper Mills
Pepper Mills, a mother of two teenage boys, shares her experiences as she enters the half century of her life. She describes herself as a bumble bee: “too heavy to fly, but does it anyways”. A really fun blog!
A weekly column by Captain Mark Lewis
Fishing Around the Hill is an informative blog about the coastal rivers, creeks, sounds, and beaches surrounding the beautiful place we call home: Richmond Hill. It will also provide local fishing reports about what is being caught and the tactics used to catch them.
A biweekly column by Naomi Havens
Local business owner, cancer survivor, mother, military spouse, & substitute for Richmond Hill schools shares her thoughts about the power of knowledge in decisions she and her family have faced while taking journeys not usually taken by the average person.
A biweekly column by Jennifer Furlong
Let's face it. Communication ain't easy. If it were, none of us would ever get into arguments. Unfortunately, that's just not the case. If you're looking for a place that will help you become a better communicator, then you've come to the right spot. My intent is to provide simple, easy-to-understand advice and tips that you can actually use. Imagine that!
A monthly column by Cheyenne Willis-Kozaily
Cheyenne is a linguist, momprenuer, teacher, translator/interpreter, Founder and Chief Linguistics Consultant for Bilingual Familia Consulting & International School, LLC. She writes candidly and from the heart about raising a trilingual family, offering expert linguistics advice and support for multilingual families.
A biweekly column by Unity in the Community Now
The concept of Unity in the Community is to get the community more involved into one another’s cultures that exist here in the Richmond Hill Bryan County area. What this blog will be about is talking about ideas and ways of how to try and break down the barriers of Racisms, Sexism, Religiosity and Classism. Of course, if these are your same interests, then we would love to talk with you and help you share these common interest though Unity in the Community. We are always open to partner/collaborate with you so this can become a reality not just a dream. Remember "WE ARE MORE ALIKE THEN WE ARE NOT A LIKE….WE SPEND MORE TIME FOCUSING ON OUR DIFFERENCES, INSTEAD OF DISCOVERING OR LIKENESSES."