By Katie Moosbrugger

Don’t miss what we are featuring in today’s Sunday Spotlight!

~ It’s Time to Hit the Court at the Greensboro YMCA
~ The 7th Annual Touch A Truck Is Coming to Town
~ Why You Should Consider Boy Scouts
– All Are Welcome at St. Leo’s Open House
~ Announcing a New Giveaway with LaVida Massage & the Winner of Super Tots giveaway

gso-ymcaIt’s Time To Hit the Court!

We may be in football season but it’s not too early to start thinking about shooting some hoops on the Basketball court. Teams are forming now at the Greensboro & Reidsville area YMCAs with practices starting in November. Cheerleading is also available at the Hayes-Taylor & Reidsville locations.  At the YMCA, Youth Sports promote healthy kids, families and communities because when kids play sports they build confidence, discover their personal best, and have fun as part of a team.  The YMCA offers sports programs year-round for kids aged 3-18. Visit the Bryan, Spears, Ragsdale, Reidsville or Hayes-Taylor YMCA locations or visit for more information and get ready to hit the court!  The sign-up deadline is October 26th for ages 3-10 and Nov. 27th ages 11 & up. Deadline for the Reidsville YMCA is Oct. 21st.

touch-a-truck-logo-20167th Annual Touch A Truck

The Junior League of Greensboro will host its 7th annual Touch A Truck event on Sunday, October 9, 2016 from 12:00 pm to 4:00 pm in The Fresh Market parking lot. Touch A Truck is a community festival that provides an interactive, hands-on learning experience for children. Through this fun, family festival, the Junior League will promote healthy, active lifestyles for children. Children will have the opportunity to DISCOVER vehicles including construction equipment and emergency response vehicles. LEARN about healthy eating habits with an interactive exhibit from Kids in the Kitchen, about exercise routines from Dancing Dogs Yoga studio, about dental health inside the Colgate Dental Van, and so much more. BE ENTERTAINED with music, Dora, Doc McStuffins, Bob the Builder, a petting zoo and more. Individual tickets are $5.00 available for sale online at day of the event or by clicking HERE. There are advance ticket purchase specials.

dtkphotosaluteBe A Boy Scout!

Why is Boy Scouts important to our family?  “Scouting is fun! The program provides quality time for our family and reinforces the values we are teaching our children: how to be helpful and courteous to others.  Through Scouting, our son David has grown into a kind young person who puts others first. He loves teaching younger Scouts how to cook, camp, and conduct science experiments. David’s self-confidence has grown! Scouting has provided exciting opportunities for him and he’s made new friends.” – Lisa, Scouting parent in Greensboro

Old North State Council, Boy Scouts of America delivers character education, leadership skills, career development, and adventure to boys 6 to 18 years, co-eds 14 to 21, and families in Alamance, Caswell, Davidson, Davie, Guilford, Person, Randolph, and Rockingham counties. 9,000 youth and 3,000 adult volunteers participate at 300 sites.

Explore a new world of Scouting adventures for your son! Visit or 336-378-9166.

039-2All Welcome at St. Leo Catholic School Open House

Want an academically challenging environment without exhausting your family budget?  Triad-area families entrusted St. Leo Catholic School to deliver rigorous academics affordably for over sixty years.

St. Leo’s faith-based liberal arts curriculum teaches literacy through research-based instruction in phonics, grammar, written expression and handwriting.  Students gain math and science acumen, exposure to three foreign languages (Chinese, French, Spanish), music and art appreciation, as well as teamwork through their athletic program.  Academic excellence is evident by how well students perform on national standardized tests and the large percentage of students who qualify for academic-focused programs like Duke’s Talent Identification Program.

St. Leo meets the financial needs of families through affordable tuition rates and a tuition assistance program.

Learn how St. Leo Catholic School will meet the academic needs of your child at their Open House on October 19th from 10:30 am to 1:30 pm or call 336-748-8252 to schedule a private tour.

New Giveaway and Winner from Our Last Giveaway!

Win a Free Massage & Facial Combo!

female-massage-2LaVida Massage is giving away a FREE massage and facial combo (combined value over $100)! Therapeutic services at LaVida Massage means you are taking an active role in your continued wellness that benefits you in both the long and short-term! While therapeutic massage improves overall well-being, it has many other health benefits. LaVida Massage offers a variety of proven modalities and techniques that can enhance, improve, relieve, and relax your whole body and mind! Click HERE to register!

Announcing the Winner of SuperTots Giveaway!

supertotsCongrats to Jodi Romer for winning a six week soccer session, soccer ball, and free membership to SuperTots Sports Academy! SuperTots Sports Academy has physical development sporting classes for children 18 months – 5 years of age. Come join all the learning and fun at one of our four Triad locations! Many thanks to SuperTots for this generous prize! Jodi, watch for an email from TMoM!

*Today’s Sunday Spotlight is sponsored by the Greensboro YMCA, the Junior League of Greensboro, Old North State Council Boy Scouts, and St. Leo Catholic School.