Lots of GainesvilleMoms events this weekend!


Published: Wednesday, January 27, 2010 at 7:46 a.m.
Last Modified: Wednesday, January 27, 2010 at 7:46 a.m.
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Here is a cute little picture of a true Gator fan, posted by Zach's Mommy.

Hi GainesvilleMoms!

Dont forget tomorrow is our January Moms Night Out! Its not too late to join us, so be sure to RSVP for location details. Im really looking forward to a night out with my fellow mommas.

And this Saturday is a GainesvilleMoms event for the whole family our GainesvilleMoms Anniversary party! GainesvilleMoms.com is turning 2, and wed love for you to join us at the park to celebrate! We will enjoy cake and have a drawing for a $25 gift card!

So has everyone heard about the controversy surrounding our Gator great, Tim Tebow? He and his mom are participating in an ad to air during the Super Bowl, and the ad has drawn a great deal of protesters. Moms are sharing their opinions. What do you think about the ad? Should CBS still air the ad?

Moms are also chatting about another controversial subject the recent rise in teen pregnancies and what society should do about it. Come join in the discussion and feel free to offer your opinions and suggestions.

And be sure to give your opinion on a recent article about a 100-year-old sex offender. Hes had at least a 60-year history of molesting children, and some moms think there should be appoint where we stop giving chances and throw away the key. What do you think?

And least but not least, be sure to check out the story posted on GainesvilleMoms about Gabriel Johnson, a missing little boy whose chances of coming home are getting less and less each day. A GainesvilleMoms has also posted pictures of the boy for us to all take a look at. Authorities say this boy could be anywhere.

I hope to see everyone at our events this weekend! And stay tuned for the winner of our January posting contest and for an awesome new contest coming in February!

Have a great day,

Stacy

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