By TMoM Team Member Rachel Hoeing
In today’s Sunday Spotlight:
- Toys for Tots at Smoke City Meats
- Pampers & Lowes Foods is giving you a free $10 gift card
- Free Consultation at Davis & Goldberg
- Discover a Love of Learning at Westchester Country Day School
Toys for Tots at Smoke City Meats
Donate to Toys for Tots at Smoke City Meats and win a 12 inch skillet from Grizzly Cookware! Your favorite neighborhood butcher shop, Smoke City Meats, is encouraging their customers to give back to the community this holiday season. They’re holding a raffle for a 12 inch cast iron skillet from Grizzly Cookware. Receive one raffle ticket for every toy you drop in the bin. Toys donated with Toys for Tots are distributed to children locally, so not only are you giving a child a gift at Christmas, you’re giving to a neighbor! Multiple donations = multiple entries and a better chance to win! The drawing will be held on Tuesday, December 22, and the winner will be notified via phone.
Address: 833 Reynolda Road Winston Salem, NC 27104
Phone #: 336-310-0204
Hours: Tuesday-Friday 11am-6pm & Saturday 10am-4pm
Spend $40 in Pampers at Lowes Foods and Get a $10 Gift Card of Your Choice
As a parent, you look for the best diapers and wipes to help keep your baby dry, clean and comfortable. You also look for something affordable, reliable and a brand that professionals trust. That is why you should turn to Pampers, it is the #1 choice of hospitals, nurses and parents, and recently the #1 pediatrician recommended brand! Now through December 31, 2020: Buy $40 in Pampers products (diapers and/or wipes) and get a $10 e-gift card to a retailer of your choice! The retailers from which to choose include: Bath & Body Works, iTunes, Restaurant.com, Snapfish, Starbucks, Spafinder or Yankee Candle. Click HERE for details on how to redeem this gift.
We know you already love shopping at Lowes Foods to buy food to make healthy meals for your family and for your everyday essentials, so why not shop for your baby too and pick up Pampers diapers and wipes today!
Free Consultation at Davis & Goldberg Orthodontics
Did you know that the American Association of Orthodontists recommends all children have their first orthodontic evaluation by the age of seven? This gives orthodontists the chance to evaluate a child’s mouth while it’s still developing and diagnose any potential issues before they become more serious.
At Davis & Goldberg Orthodontics, they are proud to offer these initial evaluations free of charge! There’s no dental referral necessary, either. If you have a child around this age, it’s the perfect time to take a look at their dental development. Because every smile is unique, Davis & Goldberg offers a range of customized treatment options to fit your child’s specific needs, including traditional metal braces, clear ceramic braces, lingual braces, and Invisalign clear aligners.
Your child deserves the best chance at a beautiful smile! Schedule a FREE consultation by visiting their website at davisgoldbergorthodontics.com.
Discover a Love of Learning at Westchester Country Day School
When children love to learn about the world around them and actively seek knowledge they unlock endless potential for the future. Learning is continuous, and it is a joy.
In a year of cancellations and uncertainty, Westchester has kept its commitment to inspiring learning each day, in-person, in a safe and caring environment with supportive veteran teachers guiding the way. Visit Westchester and discover what is possible for your child at the Triad’s first independent school, centrally located just outside of High Point, about 20 minutes from most of the local area. Westchester is currently accepting applications for Pre-K through 12th grade for the 2021-2022 school year. Visit westchestercds.org to contact the Admissions Office and schedule a tour. In-person and virtual tours are available by appointment.
Today’s Sunday Spotlight is sponsored by Smoke City Meats, P&G, Davis & Goldberg and Westchester Country Day School.
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