Summertime Stories in the Park

Summertime Stories in the Park
10:30 a.m. Mondays in the Mountain Park Civic Center
at 100 Lakeshore Drive

Story and craft time for children ages 2 to 4 with their moms, dads or adult caregivers.
Bring a picnic lunch and relax on The Green after storytime.
Free of charge.
Children must be accompanied by an adult.
Siblings welcome.

Annual Swingathon and Festival Updates!

Flyer1PNGCivic Club is gearing up for our 2nd Annual Swingathon and Festival on June 8th, but this year is going to be bigger and better than last! We’ve added MORE vendors, MORE activities, and even MORE fun!

The 2nd Annual Swingathon and Festival is a time for you to get out and meet your neighbors, buy awesome handmade goods, and support the Playground Initiative. The newest and most exciting thing? OUR FISHING TOURNAMENT! This year’s fishing tournament will award prizes to first, second and third place!

So what can you expect on Saturday June 8th?

LIVE MUSIC

FOOD

KING OF POPS!

BOUNCEHOUSE

FISHING TOURNAMENT

SWINGING COMPETITION

RAFFLE

PRIZES AND TROPHIES

ARTS AND CRAFTS

FUN

How do you sign up?

Signing up is easier than ever, with an online signup system! You can pay your registration fees online and not have to worry about filling out any paperwork. Go to http://www.mountainparkswingathon.com to register today. Early registration ends soon, and the fees increase so sign up asap!

Home Remedies for Head Lice

Originally posted on Head Lice Support:

What do these products have in common?

Pinesol, Listerine, Mayonnaise, Baby Oil, Baby Lotion,Selsun Blue, Vegetable Oil, Flea and Tick Dog Shampoo, Vinegar, Cetaphil, Salt and Vinegar, WD-40, Dawn Dish Soap, Permanent Hair Dye, Alcohol, Coconut Oil, Kerosene, Hair Gel, Petroleum Jelly, Crushed Aspirin, Laundry Detergent, Lysol, Apple Cider Vinegar, Anti-Dandruff Shampoo, Tea Tree Oil, Gasoline, Thyme, Hand Sanitizer, Black Walnut Extract, Off! Bug Lotion, Mineral Oil, Diesel, Lavender Oil, Lime Juice, Hairspray, Garlic..

All of the above products have been put in human hair to unsuccessfully treat head lice.

Some have been passed down through generations, and others are just old wives’ tales. None of them work. So, why do some people have “success” and swear by their homemade concoctions?

It’s because they are actually combing out the infestation! Using the proper comb and thoroughly combing through the hair is the only proven way to remove head lice

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