How do kids make money in the summer, have loads of fun and continue learning?

Our family tries to get s summer job working at a private campground, KOA or state park every year. Being in one place for two to four months allows us to enjoy some of the summer camps from local boys and girls club, school, and the local community center. We asked locals around town, the librarian, and the director at the boys and girls club, Jeda, to help us find fun activities for the kids. Continue reading

50 extra thrill points

The girls got 50 extra thrill points by going to a cemetery to learn about history. We went to Colonial Park Cemetery in downtown Savannah. We learned about yellow fever, which was transferred by masques and killed 4,000 people from 1807 to 1820, and nearly wiped out Savannah populations. James Habersham, who started Bethesda home for orphaned boys. Button Gwinnett, who signed the Declaration of Independence. William Scarbrough, promoter the first transatlantic steamship, S.S. Savannah. Joseph Vallence Continue reading