When little girls gather to explore dreams and hopes for magical faraway times, invariable topics include careers, wardrobes, boys, and love. Perchance, most significant of all subjects is their wedding. They gush about gowns, grooms, and idyllic settings for the ceremony and reception. For young women born and raised in the Philadelphia area, a most poetic panorama is Radnor Hunt. The august Malvern landmark enhanced by enthralling country grandeur and laced in legendary history is backdrop for the finest weddings.
It’s not the time to just settle for the convenience of your neighborhood school, especially if the school is not an excellent fit for the needs of your child. Preparation for college and competing in a global economy begins at an early age, at home and in schools. The school you select for your child can make all the difference in the world for your child’s development and future.
An excellent fit is achieved when the needs of parents and those of a child align with the needs of a school. The operative words are needs and align. Alignment may be expressed many different ways: matching needs, blending needs, supporting needs, harmonizing needs, merging needs, or unifying needs.
Part One of the “Choosing a Senior Living Community” series appeared in the January/February issue of Chester County Life. Part Two of the series focuses on the different types of senior living communities. Before Part Two is presented, a synopsis of Part One is provided as some helpful background. At some point, we all have to make plans for the future, whether for ourselves or someone we love. Should these plans include consideration of moving to a senior living community, it’s important to educate yourself and take time to explore options. Many factors come into play with this decision; and selecting the “best fit” senior living community requires serious planning.
Today’s youth are faced with one decision after another almost every day. Choices made, good or bad, can pitch the direction their lives take. When someone reaches out to productively impact a young person’s future, guiding him/her toward a positive course, magnificence may follow. Read the story of how Patti Brennan, CFP, and her company Key Financial saw this firsthand one day in the summer of 2016.
Mixed colors of gold – yellow, white, and rose – are now featured in many jewelry collections. All three colors come together in stacks, layers, or in a woven look, and in a number of designs diamonds and gemstones are intricately incorporated. A real sense of craftsmanship comes across when all three gold colors are fashioned into a spectacular piece.
Contemporary Health Career Institute (CHCI) is a fast-track dental assisting program licensed by the Pennsylvania Department of Education – Division of Private Licensed Schools. Students receive hands-on instruction in an ultra-modern dental office, complete with the instruments they will use in their new professions.
Ask Fox a question, and you will discover how this enterprising teacher weaves his diagram of The Creative Process into teachable aha moments. These instances impact young men’s insight and understanding throughout their lives. Fox created a curriculum focused on the development of human perception, which cultivates fluency in the illustrative language of signs and symbols and leads to creative process proficiency across all disciplines.
Yes, our beloved animals go back to school, too. And what an amazing, pampered education awaits each and every one at the Wagsworth Manor Pet Resort that revels in four-legged pleasure.
For the past several months you’ve been enjoying sunny days on your deck, backyard barbecues, maybe pool parties, and perhaps even a second home at the Shore. No wonder the summer seems to fly by! But, with winter around the corner, you face a long list of time-consuming tasks you dread every year.
“The time it takes people to protect and maintain their homes is time taken away from family, friends, and whatever else they’d rather be doing,” says Rich Bastian, owner of All Hands On Deck (AHOD). “I know that because I own homes in West Chester and Stone Harbor. Every winter and every spring I spend countless hours doing chores like moving and cleaning our outdoor furniture, removing and reinstalling screens and making repairs, pressure washing the deck, the list goes on.”
Today, outdoor living areas continue to be the hottest trend in the landscape industry – patios and walkways, poolscapes, outdoor living rooms, outdoor kitchens, aquascapes, outdoor theaters, garden rooms, garden ponds and streams, sitting areas, porches, pergolas, gazebos, sunrooms, screened rooms, seasonal rooms, decks, fireplaces, fire pits, and nightscapes – the sky is the limit in outdoor living areas, exceptional possibilities and features seem endless.