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athens.macaronikid.com

MACARONI KID


Macaroni Kid is a weekly newsletter and website where Athens Area   Macaroni Moms and Dads learn about activities and events happening for kids and families right here in our community.


Founded in the spring of 2008 on the East End of Long Island, Macaroni Kid now brings a valuable service to families in more than 500 communities including Athens: a comprehensive, weekly listing of all of the great things for kids and their families to do.


WHO ARE MACARONI MOMS AND DADS?

Macaroni Moms and Dads  are up on everything happening in our community .  They got their kids’ first library card at six and show up (on time) for school concerts. They are soccer parents, working parents and stay-at-home moms. They support local business in our community.
Macaroni Moms and Dads  are parents of school-age kids who live in Athens.
Macaroni Moms and Dads  are an ideal audience for Athens area  businesses that want to connect with moms and families in Athens.
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Welcome to Athens Macaroni Kid! I am very excited to bring you all the best local events, entertainment, recipes, giveaways, activities, etc, for your family to enjoy. Many of the events in the area are Free or very affordable. I feel that no matter what a family has in their budget they should be able to enjoy great activities.

 I just want to introduce myself. My name is Sonya Howard and I am the new Athens Publisher Mom. I was born and raised in Athens and truly love my community. I am a wife and work at home mom of 2 wonderful children. Our daughter Jayivey is 9 years old and our son Camden is 2 years old. Camden has Down Syndrome and had open heart surgery when he was 5 months old. My husband and I felt that it was the best decision for me to stay at home with him for the first few years due to the many doctor appointments and therapy sessions he has throughout the week. Even though the transition from working in the finance field full time to becoming a stay at home mother was a little difficult, it has also brought so many blessings! I started my own party apparel business called Fizz N’ Fab Creations (which also donates a portion of the sales to the Down Syndrome Association of Atlanta), and now I am able to write the weekly Macaroni kid Newsletter! Again, thank you for subscribing. I appreciate any suggestions or feedback from my readers. Please leave any comments below or email me at [email protected]