With spring cleaning far behind, and summer fun all but over, it’s time to start fall home maintenance. Fall is the perfect time to perform important maintenance to your home so you’re not caught in the middle of winter with a drafty house or a malfunctioning heater. We’ve compiled the top...Read More
With National Preparedness month wrapping up, it's a good time, in light of the hurricanes and storms, to remind you to prepare. One project to consider is a Family Communication Plan.
Family Communication Plan
Make a plan today. Your family may not be together if...Read More
Car crashes are the leading cause of death for children 1 to 13 years old, according to the National Passenger Safety Board. Many deaths and injuries can be prevented by proper use of car seats, boosters, and seat belts.
One item that might not be used by caregivers and parents is the...Read More
We want to take the opportunity to celebrate Labor Day by dedicating our prayers and resources to the people in Texas as they deal with the devastation from Hurricane Harvey.
To assist in the recovering efforts and to provide food, water, and shelter, please donate today to the charity of...Read More
School is starting and is your child ready? Keeping him/her safe from injury is extremely important. To assist you, we have provided a Safety Checklist from the National Safety Council which speaks to walking to school, riding a bike to school, riding the bus, and then school safety tips such...Read More
We are set for unique experience on Monday, August 21st -- a total coast-to-coast solar eclipse. During that time, the sun will be blocked for two minutes and create eerie diamond rings of light, weather permitting. So, if you are watching on tv or seeing it in person, you should be awed. ...Read More
You received your list of supplies your child needs to go back to school. Here are some safety items you might consider adding to your list. Each is designed to provide immediate ways to protect your child from unwanted attention.
Here is a video...Read More
August is Family Fun Month and keeping everyone safe while enjoying the outdoors can be challenging. Here are some safety tips to ensure you have a wonderful experience from the NYSPCC. Practice water, sun, bike, barbecue, and fire safety. To read the entire article,...Read More
What can a pet-parent do to prevent heat stroke danger? Be smart and proactive!Read More
Recreational boating continues to grow in both popularity and in risk. Boats are on the lakes, in the ocean, and on the rivers, all during the summer.
Deter thieves from stealing your pride and joy.
Largest category of stolen vessels range between 20 and 29 feet, typically on...Read More