By TMoM Team Member Rachel Hoeing

In today’s Sunday Spotlight:

  • YMCA Camp Hanes Family Camps
  • Get Relief at Twin City Health
  • Virtual Coffee at New Garden Friends School
  • Let Peak City Sitters Help with Child Care


YMCA Camp Hanes Family Camps

This year YMCA Camp Hanes will be offering four family camps with private cabin rentals and a much needed safe vacation. Family Camp allows families a chance to visit camp, get outdoors, have fun and spend quality time together.

The dates for Family Camp are:
March 26-28
April 23-25
May 7-9 (Mother’s Day Weekend)
September 3-5 (Labor Day Weekend)

The cost for the weekend includes activities, lodging, and meals! The cost for the March and April weekend is $130 per person. The cost for the May and September weekend is $150 per person. All children age five and under come at no cost. During the March and April weekends the activities are more limited due to weather. For more information or to register visit or call the office at 336 983 3131.

Registration for Summer Camp 2021 is now open! For more information or to register today visit the registration page.


Get Relief at Twin City Health

Dr. Jessica Lee & Dr. Tiffany Bradley (who are lovingly called Dr. J & Dr. T) are both Webster Certified Chiropractors in Winston-Salem at Twin City Health. Webster’s is a specialized technique specifically geared toward adjusting pregnant moms. One goal during prenatal care is alignment in the hips while allowing the pelvis to function properly. Both Dr J. & Dr. T are incredible and they’ve helped many moms in the Triad with their lower back stiffness, sciatica, pain in the pubic bone, and neck pain that often comes along with pregnancy and raising babies. They can’t wait to meet and care for you and your new little one!

From one of TCH’s patients:“I’ve had one pregnancy and labor without chiropractic and then 2 with steady adjustments, simply put the comparison is unreal. The soreness of carrying a baby, a growing belly, the back pain, trouble sleeping and breathing and even the heartburn, chiropractic helped with all of it! I couldn’t possibly say enough good things about Dr. J & Dr. T at Twin City Health.”


New Garden Friends School Virtual Coffee: Preschool and Kindergarten

Interested in learning more about New Garden Friends School? Join Head of School Kim Freedman, and Head of Lower School Carolyn Vallejos, as they share what makes a New Garden Friends School education unique. These sessions are intended for prospective parents. Parents/guardians will also have the opportunity to ask questions. Registration required.

Thursday, February 25, 9 a.m. – Preschool
Thursday, March 4, 9 a.m. – Kindergarten

Visit to register!

We know the 21-22 school year will look different, and your child’s first school experience is an important one. Grab your coffee and join the Head of School and Head of Lower School for a virtual conversation about our program, health protocols in place, and other details about what you can expect from NGFS for the 21-22 school year.


Let Peak City Sitters Help with Child Care

“How do I find a nanny during the pandemic? I wish I could find the perfect babysitter so that I could get things done!” The pandemic has put new meaning into the term “crazy times.” It’s tough enough for families to juggle the everyday, and finding a good babysitter or nanny is a full-time job. Peak City Sitters is ready to tackle your childcare situation so that you don’t have to worry!

As a mom herself, owner Kim Burnside knows how hard finding good childcare can be, which is why she is passionate about pairing great nannies and babysitters with families. Peak City Sitters is now open in the Triad area… see how they can help your family!

Visit for more information, or call (919) 622-2252 to chat about what your family’s needs are. You can also follow on social media at and


  • This Sunday Spotlight is sponsored by YMCA Camp Hanes, Twin City Health, New Garden Friends School, and Peak City Sitters.