After honing his skills as a professional mover for 16 years in Seattle, Washington, and Vallejo, California, Myron Davis decided to build his own company. The resulting business—Annabells Movers, named after Davis's beloved great aunt Annabell Singleton—handles both commercial and residential moves, whether they're local or long-distance. Davis implements a wide array of skills and tricks of the trade to ensure jobs run smoothly and safely, hiring only AMSA-certified movers and taking great care to protect living spaces and furnishings with padding, floor runners, and force fields. Once all the door frames, floors, and corners are prepped, the technicians swiftly and safely haul away boxes and furniture.
Le’Chic Parties jazzes up events with kid-friendly rental equipment such as colorful bouncy castles, professional foam machines, and concessions and games. Eight package options include various combinations of party products and can be rented for two to eight hours. The staff delivers all items onsite, sanitizes, sets up, and breaks down the bouncy castles, and sticks around to monitor and refill the foam machines. Le'Chic also provides an in-depth FAQ to answer all of your questions about space and power requirements.
Tranquility Touch Spa & Wellness’s soothing oasis serves as a backdrop for relaxing massages, skin treatments, and group spa parties that incorporate Bella Earth’s natural products. Therapists employ gentle Swedish strokes or firm deep-tissue pressure to target stress, and both modalities can be augmented with the relaxing wafts of aromatherapy, tension-alleviating reflexology, or a hot-stone treatment that give disenfranchised skipping stones a chance to strategically warm physiques. The salon also offers a select menu of skin-refining treatments, unveiling radiant complexions with facials and exfoliating scrubs for the back and feet. Aestheticians also host BYOB massage parties, which combine home-brought libations with massages for the neck and shoulders, feet, and hands, sparking joyful dispositions within pampered attendees.
Under the same roof, children of all ages navigate a kaleidoscopic swirl of spinning palm trees, multicolored crawlspaces, and a foam factory that sends lightweight foam spheres careening into the festive atmosphere. This dizzying assortment of kinetic equipment engages children at every turn at Kids Planet, whether they're burrowing their way through an asymmetrical obstacle course, swishing down winding slides, hitching a ride on the balloon merry-go-round, or empathizing with a pet in the hamster wheel. Partitioned playrooms accommodate kids of all ages, including a room for children aged 1–3, and parents can keep themselves entertained while their kids are engaged in safe play by connecting to the free WiFi.
The Passport Program currently serves students at Point South Middle School and is in the process of expanding to an additional 3 middle schools in Clayton County, and plans to sponsor students in the FIRST Robotics Competition, which hosts teams of students who learn from professional engineers to build and program robots. The competition aims to ignite passion for math and science among students and teach them to use sophisticated hardware and software. Successful teams get the chance to compete at the national level and win scholarships. The Jeryme Brown & Mitchell Smalls Foundation requires additional funding to purchase a Lego robotics kit that provides students with the tools necessary to build their competition robot.