By Katie Moosbrugger

In today’s Sunday Spotlight:

– Mother’s Day with Molly Maid
– Camp Like a Girl with Girl Scouts
– Mad Science Summer Camps
– Forsyth Family magazines’s Kids’ Night Out
– New Giveaways with Gnarwall Bouldering Gym and TEN Spring Water
– Winner from Last Giveaways


Mother’s Day or Any Day

Molly Maid of Winston Salem knows what moms really want this Mother’s Day – a break from house cleaning and a chance to do more of what she loves.  At Molly Maid, they want moms to be able to enjoy a clean home without having to complete household chores. Mother’s Day is the perfect time to give back to all the moms who never miss a moment to care for their homes and families. This year, they’re thrilled to help families give moms the gift of time to enjoy what matters most to her.  But like breakfast in bed, she deserves it more than once a year – so hire Molly Maid for all her regular house cleaning needs! To schedule your free in home estimate, and reserve the day you would like this gift to take place, please call their office at (336) 760-0076. Click HERE to follow them on Facebook!


Camp Like a Girl

Swimming, climbing, boating and campfire cooking keeps all girls grades K-12 busy at both day and resident Girl Scout camp. Keyauwee Program Center offers a wide variety of programs for all of their different interests. Located in the Triad just south of Guilford County, Keyauwee is infused with a passion for the outdoors and dedicated to helping ALL girls become confident and strong leaders. This camp offers a lake, swimming pool, swim lessons, climbing wall, archery range and horses! They keep the girls active (and having tons of fun!) as they climb, swim, ride and craft their way through their time with them in a safe, ACA-accredited facility. Daily transportation is available for day campers. Prior Girl Scout experience not required. Cost: Starting at $135 for day camp; $200 for resident camp. More information, including summer program descriptions, registration information and the 2018 Camp Book, is found at


Mad Science Summer Camps

Messages written in secret code? Incredible rockets that soar through the air? Bubbling potions and lasers? It’s not the plot of the latest Hollywood sci-fi movie-it’s all part of a Mad Science summer camp adventure!

Mad Science, the world’s leading provider of imaginative learning is now offering summer camps in convenient locations all across the Triad and they have a special deal for readers of Triad Moms on Main! When registering, enter code TMOM20 to save $20 off registration! (*NOTE: Discount not available at all locations. Please see website for details.)

Their camps offer a unique opportunity for children to explore the wonders of science through group activities, active games and hands on projects like robot building, catapult construction and gooey slime creations! They’ll even be inspired by the ideas of famous scientists and use their imaginations to create their own amazing inventions! Half and full day camp options are available and a full list of locations and camp themes are on their website HERE.


Forsyth Family May Kids Night Out

Join Forsyth Family magazine for a Family Night on Tuesday, May 8 from 5 to 7 pm at the Chick-fil-A Clemmons! Enjoy a FREE kids craft and delicious food (menu prices apply). Each adult receives 4 tickets for the fabulous prize board drawings! Share in the fun by sharing your photos using @ForsythFamilyKMO.


New Giveaways To Announce!

Enter for your chance to win:
1) A $50 Gift Card to Food Lion, compliments of TEN Spring Water. Two winners will be announced! To enter this contest, click HERE!
2) A $150 Gift Card to Gnarwall Bouldering Gym. To enter this contest, click  HERE.

Announcing Our Latest Winners!

Congrats to Beth Hankins for winning a free week of camp at Blue Line Horse Farm. Two random winners have also been selected to win the free sprays from Mosquito Authority, and we are checking to be sure they fall within the territory range for Mosquito Authority. Watch your email to find out how to claim these prizes! Many thanks to these businesses for offering these generous prizes.

*Today’s spotlight is sponsored by Molly Maid, Girl Scouts, and Mad Science