Three Easter Traditions to Do With Your Family at Home

By , Communications Resident| March 31st, 2020|

Easter is coming! Are you ready to add to your families’ Easter traditions? Our residents have shared with us some of their favorite Easter traditions that they do with their families at home. Rocks in Baskets The day before Easter, give kids empty baskets so they can walk around the neighborhood, park, or just around [...]

How to Tackle BOREDom

By , Groups Resident| March 25th, 2020|

COVID-19 has me stuck and I’m bored. Now what? AM: Early Morning Breathe As we continue to tune in on any news source (e.g., social media, TV, and radio), we can get overly anxious, panicked, and depressed. Sometimes we need to remember that, in the world, the good news is boring, and scary news makes [...]

Four Family-Friendly Spring Break Events in Our Community

By , Communications Resident| March 5th, 2020|

Spring Break is just around the corner! Do you have any plans? Whether you’re a parent needing to entertain your kids or just looking for something fun to do with them, we know it can be tough finding activities! Here are just a few spring break events in our community for you to consider! Spring [...]

Five Family-Friendly New Year’s Eve Activities

By , Communications Resident| December 27th, 2019|

2020 is almost here! Does your family have plans to kick off the new year together? Watch the ball drop together with some appetizers and sparkling juice? Or how about eating black-eyed peas out the wazoo? Maybe that’s just my family. Whatever you decide to do, we want to know you’re kicking off the new [...]

Three Ways to Build a Firm Foundation for Your Kids

By , Women's Groups Pastor| September 14th, 2018|

My husband, Tom, and I have had the privilege of raising three amazing daughters. We started “parenthood” in our early 20s and made plenty of mistakes along the way. To say we didn’t have a clue of what we were doing is a fair statement, and we remain in awe of the amazing women Brittney [...]

Making a Difference 2gether for Kids

By , Copy Editor| August 17th, 2018|

As teachers, students, and parents were getting ready for back-to-school season, Chase Oakers and local school districts partnered together to make a difference 2gether for Kids. Thanks to the generosity of Chase Oakers, teachers and students were able to shop for school supplies at an affordable rate. So, let’s celebrate the difference we made 2gether! [...]

How to Make a Difference 2gether for Kids

By , Copy Editor| July 5th, 2018|

Although it is the middle of summer break, Chase Oaks is ready to come 2gether for Kids to meet the needs of struggling families this school year. Most of us who have kids will wait for the anticipated tax-free weekend to buy backpacks and school supplies. It is also when teachers will take advantage of [...]

Four Budget-Friendly Summer Activities for Your Kids

By , Contributing Writer| July 1st, 2018|

When I meet someone new and they ask me what me what I do, I typically respond, “I’m a stay-at-home mom who doesn’t stay home.” I’m not the type of mom who can stay home for days at a time. Usually, I try to leave the house to do something every day, or I start [...]

You Want to Be a WHAT?

By , Guest Writer| June 4th, 2018|

In a recent interview, I was asked to share top advice I believe helps children feel secure with their parents. If you had been asked, what might you have said? I answered that the way parents respond to children's dreams is key. I want children of all ages to dream. I want them to dream [...]

Fun June Summer Events for Kids

By , Copy Editor| May 16th, 2018|

With summer approaching, the kids are getting excited, ready for school to be over and for summer fun to begin. But parents might be thinking, What am I going to do with my children this summer? Having kids at home full-time can be difficult. The good news is there are plenty of local events for [...]