The professional exterminators at Community Pest Solutions rid abodes of such nuisances as termites and mosquitoes so that homeowners can take back control of their living spaces. The team wields more than 15 years of dealing with a wide range of pests who thrive in Georgia's warm climate and streets paved with peach juice. Concerned homeowners can sign up for free inspections and estimates should they suspect an infestation or that the milkman is just a bunch of termites standing on each other's shoulders. In addition to bug eradication, Community Pest Solutions’ multitalented technicians also handle around-the-house jobs such as attic insulation, landscaping, deck staining, and home remodeling and painting.
We share high-quality products and easy recipes. We teach hosts and guests to feed their families conveniently and affordably. We offer a business opportunity that can help earn an income by choosing your own schedule and never having to worry about getting laid off.
The Tarzan Zerbini Circus, which is sponsored by Shriners Fraternity, thrills carnival-goers with high-flying acts, a bustling midway, and more than 40 rides. Huddle under the big top and feast peepers on hurtling human cannonballs, traffic-law-defying motorcycle stunts, and high-flying wirewalkers and sway-polers. Shriner circus clowns and a friendly elephant make for humorous cameos in between the death-defying deeds. After a rousing bout of tentertainment, browse kid- and family-friendly attractions or spin, drop, zoom, and flip on a collection of rides that keeps the adrenaline percolating for thrill-seekers, little ones, and oversized sentient plush gorillas.
In an effort to end the cycles of hunger and poverty, Stop Hunger Now partners with programs that provide food to schools to help feed hungry children and improve their nutrition, while encouraging them to attend school. The partner organizations have also noted an increase in overall school enrollment when meals are placed in schools. Atlanta-area volunteers pack and ship the nutritious meals, which contain rice, soy, dehydrated vegetables, and a vitamin pack that form a rice-soy casserole when cooked in boiling water.
The volunteers at Labrador Friends of the South take homeless labradors under their wing, often fostering them in their own homes until they can find loving, adoptive families for them. Battling myths that abandoned dogs have health or behavioral problems, the volunteers carefully screen prospective parents and educate them about each dog's personality and medical history to ensure a good fit. Before the dogs are adopted out, they ensure each one is vaccinated, treated for any major health condition, and spayed or neutered to prevent pet overpopulation. The volunteers ensure each dog receives permanent care; if labs cannot remain in their homes due to unforeseen circumstances, they can return to the program to find another placement for as long as they live.
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