CityView Family Spring 2014
02/17/2014 01:09PM ● Published by Ashlee Cleveland
Spring in North Carolina is unpredictable, but come rain or shine, youth sports like baseball and t-ball commence with opening ceremonies. Inside this issue you’ll find our guide to and a story about a local indoor training center, 360 Elite Baseball Academy, schooling up youngsters in America’s favorite pastime.
For girls all over town, springtime means show time for competitive cheer and dance teams. Go behind the scenes with a former local Methodist University cheerleader, Gwen PheginHoltsclaw, who turned her passion into a business and has furthered the sport for many Fayetteville area youth.
While some kids are gifted in athletics, others are furthering their education in the arts at Snyder’s Music Academy. Private lessons are offered and group classes for kids of all ages with specially trained instructors and experts in the field.
We will also help you get excited about a few do-it-yourself Easter projects from our very own creative Miriam Landru, with materials from around your house.
Anyone with a family pet knows that it’s a booming business and we bring you some technological advancements in pet gadgetry, that are actually some pretty good ideas.
No matter how your family partakes in spring, enjoy the longer days of daylight, bluer skies and spring break family trips over the long Easter weekend.
The Halls are Alive with the Sound of Music
It is a rare moment to have walked through the halls of Snyder Memorial Baptist Church and not be accompanied by quality music in some shape or form from the Music Academy. Read more
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