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Macomb Family Connections
FREE CLOTHING SWAP
June 5th 10-6p

Where:
ERIN Presbyterian Church
30000 Gratriot ave
Roseville, MI 48066

Our church will be having it's first clothing swap on June 5th.
You can swap your used cloths for new to you used cloths.
If you donate you will get an 1hr early entry to pick out cloths for
yourself and family.
But you don't have to donate to partcipate. 1 large bag per family will be GIVEN by us. There will be only one run through this is to keep the swap fair.
You may also get an extra bag from us for a dollar donation to help with our back to school back pack project. The packs will be filled with school supplies,hats and gloves.
These will be given to famlies in need. Registration for the backpack will be from 10-11a

Please pass this on to family,friends and anyone who you can think off
that you know can benefit from the swap

THIS IS FOR INDIVIDUALS ONLY. NO charities, shelters, or resale.

CONTACTS
Brenda- brendamike01@att.net
Linda-mistralwind70@yahoo.com

DROP OFF TIMES
Drop off times at the church is June 1st to June 3rd 9-1, June 4th 9a-7p
The day of the swap June 5th up to 6p

For more information on any of our events

http://groups.yahoo.com/group/macombfamilyconnections


WHATS A CLOTHES SWAP?

A Clothes Swap is a totally FREE event, with NO obligation to bring
anything or take anything. It's called a "swap" because so many people
bring clothes they no longer need, and take what they DO want.

HERES HOW IT WORKS:

At home, sort and fold CLEAN clothes (clothes you wouldn't mind
putting on your family to go out in public) by size ino boxes or
bags. THEN, when you get to the swap, sort the clothes by size onto
marked tables. Next comes the fun part. Go to the tables with the size
clothes you are looking for, and take what you need. Free of charge.
No strings attached. There are no minimums or maximums.

Some families are looking to clean out the clothes they no longer use,
and they bring boxes of clothes in, sometimes leaving with just one or
two "special" things. Other families are really in need of clothes,
and come with little or nothing, but leave with bags of clothes.
Others bring what they took last season, for another family to take
this time, and bring home another seasons worth themselves to start
the process again.

PLEASE NOTE: For safety reasons. All children must be supervised.
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How Much Should You Pay Your Babysitter?
$4 to $12 Hourly Rates Average



Remember when you could pay a 13-year-old neighborhood girl a couple of bucks to watch your kids while you ran errands ... and she was happy to have the cash? While there are some teens today who will babysit for $3 an hour, most parents today have higher expectations that come with someone watching their children, and as such babysitters command a higher rate. Families often desire babysitters who can drive in case of an emergency or for convenience, or at least know the babysitter's parents are at home and nearby. In addition, extra concerns about safety have typically raised the age of preferred babysitters (11-year-olds don't get the same job offers they did 20 years ago, for example).

What is the going rate of pay for a babysitter?

The answer, not surprisingly, is that it depends. The rate hinges on where you live, if you have one child or more than one needing to be watched, the ages of your children, and details surrounding care expectations. If you need a babysitter for 3 hours on a Sunday afternoon, for example, babysitter requirements and resulting pay may be different than if you want a babysitter to care for your kids from about 5 p.m. until 2 a.m. or so. Here are pay considerations before recruiting a babysitter for service:

Are you using a young and inexperienced babysitter, around ages 11-14? If your babysitter is young and you have only one child requiring care, you may be able to pay $3 or $4 an hour. Generally, a second child adds an additional $1 per hour. Of course, with this age of babysitter, you need a responsible adult nearby who could assist with any situation. Parents will also need to keep their cell phone on and available for a babysitter call. And, remember, you don't get to "deduct" amount of pay for naps or after bedtime. While the job gets easier then, a babysitter is still officially working, meaning she's not at her own home doing her own thing.
Is your babysitter aged 15 or 16? Most likely, your teenage babysitter has some planned uses for cash, and at this age, is more apt to find jobs, so your pay may need to increase. A general guideline is to pay $5-$6 per hour, or a rate that matches what employers pay teens of this same age group. Again, the expectation is that the babysitter will remain at home with your child(ren) and not be expected to do much more than watch kids safely, prepare basic meals, and clean up after themselves. Some babysitters this age may help tutor kids or help them practice their dance steps. Some teens this age may command a higher rate of pay if they are able to drive themselves to your house and home afterward.
Is your babysitter at least age 17 with experience? Using an adult babysitter, especially one who drives to your place and perhaps is even responsible for toting your kids to practice or a birthday party, etc., means that more pay is a given. Depending on your job requirements and expectations, an adult babysitter is likely to expect pay of at least $8 an hour, and perhaps up to $12 or even more an hour if you live in a major city. And, don't think that you can automatically tack on additional duties to the babysitting job. Laundry or other additional household duties may be extra. For this pay, however, you have a more mature adult who is able to handle various situations, is able to transport kids (maybe even take them to the latest kid movie they have been clamoring to see), spend the afternoon at a local park, or even take them throug ha drive-through to get an ice cream. Just remember that anything extra she spends on your children will be expected to be reimbursed, so make sure of plans and expectations up front.
Does your babysitter need specific training or skills to watch your child(ren)? If your child has special needs that require very specific medical treatments, if your child is sick, or if you require first aid/CPR training or a babysitter to know how to give asthma treatments, for example, the rate may be more.

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A woman, renewing her driver's license at the County Clerk's office, was asked by the woman recorder to state her occupation.

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"I'm a Mom."

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I forgot all about her story until one day I found myself
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Child Development and Human Relations
."

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I repeated the title slowly emphasizing the most

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Was written, in bold, black ink on the official questionnaire.

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"just what you do in your field?"

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I heard myself reply,
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(what mother doesn't)
In the laboratory and in the field,
(normally I would have said indoors and out).
I'm working for my Masters, (first the Lord and then the whole family)
And already have four credits (all daughters).
Of course, the job is one of the most demanding

In the humanities, (any mother care to disagree?)
And I often work 14 hours a day, (24 is more like it).
But the job is more challenging than most

Run-of-the-mill careers and the rewards are more

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And nothing but happiness

Come through your door!




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CLOTHING SWAP - SATURDAY, MAY 15, 2010, 11AM-3PM

ROMEO HIGH SCHOOL CAFETERIA
11091 W. 32 MILE ROAD
ROMEO, MI 48065


Clothing Our Community,
One FREE outfit at a time…

A Community Effort,
Meeting Community Needs

Cleaning out those closets for spring & summer??

SERVE, CAPS and the North Macomb Leos are collecting reusable clothing for
children and adults.

Drop clothes off Friday, May 14, 10-3
(only by making arrangements by calling 586-281-1149)
OR bring to the swap.

Our goal is to provide families in need with clothing FREE of charge. YOU
DO NOT HAVE TO BRING CLOTHES TO TAKE CLOTHES.

Donating clothing is an easy way to help someone in your community.

For more information, please call
Kelly Carson (586) 281-1149
Celia Ciecko (586) 281-1732

SEE BELOW FOR RULES/PROCEDURE FOR SWAP



HOW IT WORKS:

At home, sort CLEAN clothes by size and bag or box. Bring clothes to the
swap and hand in to uniformed staff at the entrance to the cafeteria. DO NOT
give your donation to anyone outside the building.

Bring a REUSABLE GROCERY SIZED BAG or regular plastic grocery bags. We will
have some bags if you do not bring any. NO laundry baskets or garbage
bags. Strollers are OK for kids but NOT for collecting clothes.

ONE BAG AT A TIME may be filled. You may fill a bag, take it to your car,
and then return to the swap. This process may be repeated many times
provided the attendee does not take amounts deemed excessive (i.e.,
suggestive of resale or use for an organization). Swap volunteers have the
right to ask an attendee who is taking too many clothes to leave the swap.

SWAP VOLUNTEERS will wear identifying clothing/name tags. Only approved
volunteers will be allowed in before the swap starts.

NO CHARITIES, CHURCH GROUPS, SHELTERS, MOM-TO-MOM PARTICIPANTS, OR RESALE
GROUPS will be allowed. If your group is interested in leftover clothing,
you may ask to be put on a request list.


Attending the swap IMPLIES CONSENT TO THESE RULES. The very few who abuse
the generosity and good intentions of this event will be expected to leave
empty-handed.
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Upcoming Local Clothing Swaps


To be notified of future clothing swaps, join this Yahoo group:
http://groups.yahoo.com/group/SEMIclothingswap/

The Troy Seventh-day Adventist Church (2775 Crooks Rd Troy, MI)
has a clothes closet give away every Wednesday 10 AM - 12AM
south of 16 mile on the west side of the street. Come to the second door on
the south west side

Holly Swap
Thursday, May 6, 2010, 10AM - 7PM
First Baptist Church of Holly 15030 N Holly Rd Holly, MI 48442
POC: Brigitte Todd brigittehsmom@ gmail.com

Utica/ Shelby Twp Swap
Wednesday, May 19, 2010 11 AM - 7 PM
Drop off Tuesday, August 25, 200911AM - 7 PM
Anyone dropping off on Tuesday will receive a ticket to come in first the
next morning
Disabled American Veterans Hall #129 47326 Dequindre Utica, MI
48317
POC: Charly Mathews frugalnanax3@ yahoo.com
586-739-5267 (during drop off or day of swap times)

Clinton Township Swap
Saturday, May 22, 2010, 10 AM - 1 PM
Macomb Intermediate School District located on Garfield Road North of 19
Mile
44001 Garfield ClintonTwp, MI 48308
Clothing Drop off: Fri, May 21 4PM - 8PM or Sat, May 22 8AM - 10AM
SPECIAL ├»¿½EARLY PASS├»¿½ given to anyone who drops their clothes off Friday
1-866-4-Macomb or 586-226-4581 gscparents@ yahoo.com
http://greatstartmacomb.org/downloads/Events/May_2010.pdf

Lake Orion Swap
Thursday, May 27, 2010 10 AM - 7 PM
Christ the Reedemer Catholic Community 2700 Waldon Rd Lake Orion, MI
48360
North Side of Waldon Rd, East of Baldwin RD, near Great Lakes Crossing
POC: Courtenay Grabowski Grabowski4@comcast. net

Roseville Swap
Saturday, June 5, 2010 10 AM - 6 PM
Erin Presbyterian Church (U.S.A.) 30000 Gratiot Ave Roseville, MI 48066

The church will be having it's first ever clothing swap. You can unload your
unwanted cloths & misc household items. If you donate you will get an 1hr
early entry to pick out clothes for yourself & family. You don't have to
donate to participate. 1 large bag will be given & there will be only one
run through this is to keep things fair. You may purchase an extra bag for a
dollar donation to help with our back to school back pack project. The packs
will be filled with school supplies, hat and gloves. These will be given to
families in need. Contact for more information or if you would like a pick
up or need to drop off items.
Linda- mistralwind70@ yahoo.com Brenda - brendamike01@ att.net
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Reminder from: SEMIclothingswap Yahoo! Group


Date: Saturday May 22, 2010
Time: 10:00 am - 1:00 pm
Next reminder: The next reminder for this event will be sent in 10 days, 3 minutes.
Location: Macomb Intermediate School District - located on Garfield Road North of 19 Mile
Street: 44001 Garfield Road,
City State Zip: Clinton Township, MI 48038
Phone: 1-866-4-MACOMB OR 586-226-4581
Notes: Join us for a FREE Clothing Swap
Saturday, May 22, 2010
10:00 a.m.—1:00 p.m.
Macomb Intermediate School District
located on Garfield Road North of 19 Mile

Clothing Drop off :
Friday, May 21st from 4:00 p.m. to 8:00 p.m.
Saturday, May 22nd from 8:00 a.m. to 10:00 a.m.
SPECIAL “EARLY PASS” given to anyone who drops their clothes off Friday

Admission is Free!
But a donation of a non-perishable food item for the Macomb County Food Warehouse would be appreciated!

THIS IS FOR INDIVIDUALS ONLY
... NO charities, NO shelters, and NO resale.
HOW CAN YOU PARTICIPATE?
Look for clothes you might like to bring. Wash, fold, and sort them by size. Then call all your friends and
family and ask them to do the same. Come alone or as a group to the swap! Clothes swapping is even more
fun when you can share your great finds with friends.
WHAT SIZES?
All sizes of baby, kids and adults clothing (including coats, shoes, and accessories). All clothing MUST BE
CLEAN and should be free of rips, stains, and tears. Fabric and baby accessories are welcome.
*PLEASE NOTE: For safety reasons, children must be supervised.
NEW……..EARLY PASS for Friday drop-offs
Want to get in a half hour before the rest of the crowd? Drop off your donation of clothes to us on Friday,
we will give you a special pass that entitles one person to enter the room at 9:30 a.m. Saturday
We want to be fair….
To give everyone a fair chance to pick out clothes, you may fill one bag at a time. Put the filled bag in your
car and if needed, re-enter the Clothing Swap to fill another bag. You may make as many trips as you need,
but you MUST take each bag out to your vehicle separately.

FACEBOOK
Get the latest details on Facebook
http://www.facebook.com/pages/Macomb-County-Great-Start-Parent-Coalition/132187435561?ref=mf

For more information about the Macomb Great Start Parent Coalition visit: www.greatstartmacomb.org
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Hi there! We're a 501(3)(c) non-profit that provides low-income brides-to-be with a free wedding gown. We're having our first Bride's Day Next Saturday, May 15, from noon to 4 p.m. at our new office in Troy. We're accepting donations of gently used wedding gowns and accessories, and we're also handing out applications to brides-to-be in need! Do you have a gown or a cash donation to donate? Or are you in need of a gown for your own special day? Please stop by and see us! All donations are tax-deductible. ..

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Someone will always be prettier.
Someone will always be smarter.
Some of their homes may be bigger.
Some will drive a better car.
Their children will do better in school.
Their husbands will fix more things around the house.
Just let it go, love yourself and ur circumstances.

Think about it!
The prettiest woman in the world can have hell in her heart.
The most highly favored woman at work may be unable to have children.
The richest woman you know, with the car, the house, the clothes, might be lonely.
So love who you are.

Look in the mirror every morning, smile and say
"I am too blessed to be stressed, too annointed to be disappointed! "
Winners make things happen, Losers let things happen!
Be blessed ladies and pass this on to encourage another woman.



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