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Water & My Mini-Me: How Bubbles Became our Main Squeeze

Nothing puts water safety on the map like living on a peninsula, welcome to Florida! We do not have our own pool so some people may think “why do you need to think about swim lessons right now?” It’s simple…babies, confidence and being comfortable with water in any situation is my priority. We have friends […]

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Cub Scouting: The Benefits in Raising a Young Man

Boyscouts are in 216 countries in the world. Cub Scouting is part of the Scouting program of the Boy Scouts of America, available to boys and girls from kindergarten through fifth grade, or five to ten years of age and their families. Cub Scouting is part of the worldwide Scouting movement and aims to promote […]

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Water Safety: Information Every Family Needs to Know

Water Safety Information Every Family Needs to Know May is the official kick-off of summer with Memorial Day celebrated and is also National Water Safety and Drowning Prevention Month. Every adult should know basic water safety information and teach their children the basic skills on how to keep them safe and prevent an accident. As a […]

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The Summit Awaits: The scoop on Competitive Cheerleadering and Cultivating Exceptional Athletes

The Summit – All Star Cheerleading Championship is the pinnacle event of the all-star cheerleading world for every Cheerleading Worlds eligible team. Teams must compete for a Summit bid at one of many events held around the United States. The U.S. All Star Federation is the governing body for all-star cheerleading and dance in the United […]

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<strong>Photo Credit</strong>: <em>Sarana Minick</em>, Coach and Team: Pembroke Pines Paranas

Going Beyond Being a “Good Sport”

The conduct of parents at sporting events and practices has changed with times and so has the scrutiny around good sportsmanship. We as parents or guardians have our good days and bad days. In all sports, whether it’s competitive or recreation, aggressive parents are an issue. Parents often fight with coaches and berate kids, their […]

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