Peace on Earth!

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Offered by Susan Kline As we head toward December and the Holidays, there are many things to celebrate and ponder. The years pass quickly and we find ourselves dealing with a world that has multiple screens to watch. We wake up with plans that could quickly change as there seems to be a symphony of… Read more »

Moroccan Chicken With Eggplant

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Recipe Courtesy of: Epicurious.com Tested by The Brighton Buzz staff! Fall weather is the perfect time to enjoy a hearty bowl of delicious stew. Bursting with exotic flavors, but made from simple ingredients,this stew is sure to satisfy your comfort food cravings! Total: 1 hr. Yield: Feeds 4-6 Level: Easy! Ingredients: 6 tablespoons olive oil,… Read more »

Selling Your Home During the Holidays

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Offered by Scott and Laura Nordby, Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices Keeping your home “show ready” for potential buyers is different during the holidays. Decoration is different, cold weather means closed windows, and curb appeal takes on a slightly different meaning. Keep these ideas in mind for your winter home sale: Curb Appeal: You can’t rely on… Read more »

Fall Into Fun Learning At Young Montessori

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Offered by Erin Young, Young Montessori Is it November already? It seems it was just August and that school had just begun! We, and the families at Young Montessori School have been enjoying fall with a trip to Miller’s farm, growing our own very large pumpkin in the school garden, a classroom celebration, and a… Read more »

Nurture A Miracle

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Offered by The Learning Experience® The educational program at The Learning Experience® Academy of Early Education will enrich your child and allow for miracles to abound endlessly. From infant classrooms to Kindergarten, our schools foster the required foundational tools your child needs in order to embrace the cognitive skills necessary for educational advancement. Your little… Read more »

Newborn and Infant Sleep

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Offered by Joel Hartl M.D., Brighton Pediatrics Everyone has struggled with sleep at some point in their lives, especially new parents. Knowing what to expect from your newborn and infant is important for your sleep and your sanity. Brand new babies sleep up to 18 hours a day spaced in 2-3 hour chunks between feedings…. Read more »

RSV and Bronchiolitis

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Offered by Dr. Ellen McCormick, Premier Pediatrics Every winter brings cold and flu season, and kids and grandparents are often the people most affected by these illnesses. A well known and common winter virus is RSV, or Respiratory Syncitial Virus, the most common cause of bronchiolitis in children. Almost everyone gets RSV at least once,… Read more »

Retirement In Sight

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News and information for current and future retirees Offered by T. Lloyd Worth, Worth Financial Partners A Retirement Plan… or a College Plan? Some parents feel they should pay for all or part of their children’s college education. They make it a financial priority and put saving for retirement further down on their to-do list…. Read more »