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Treat yourself: $15 = $30 worth of Handmade Soaps, Lotions & More at Mama Bath + Body

Treat yourself: $15 = $30 worth of Handmade Soaps, Lotions & More at Mama Bath + Body

Do you love handmade all natural soaps, lotions and scrubs? Looking for the perfect Mother's Day Gift? Check out Decatur's Mama Bath + Body and pay only $15 for $30 worth of handmade goodies with Today's Scoop.

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DeKalb Board of Education Committee on Budget, Finance & Facilities to meet, March 22

DECATUR, Ga. -- (submitted by DeKalb Board of Education) The DeKalb Board of Education Committee on Budget, Finance & Facilities will hold a meeting on Tuesday, March 22 at 9:00am in the J. David Williamson Board Room at the DeKalb County School System's Administrative & Instructional Complex, 1701 Mountain Industrial Boulevard, Stone Mountain.  The purpose of the meeting is to review Board policies and system-wide operations as it relates to the budget. 

The agenda for the committee meeting is attached.  Meeting information can be accessed online by going to: www.dekalb.k12.ga.us, click on Leadership, eBoard Home Page, then click on the date for the meeting agenda/information.

Get organized with a FREE $5 Electronic Gift Card from Oliver's Labels - Personalized Kids' Labels!

Get organized with a FREE $5 Electronic Gift Card from Oliver's Labels - Personalized Kids' Labels!

We want to help you get ready for camp this summer with a FREE $5 E-Gift Card for adorable organizational labels that are waterproof, weather-proof, scuff-proof and tear-resistant!

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Atlanta Business Writers Headline March 17 PRSA Lunch

Atlanta Business Writers Headline March 17 PRSA Lunch

Atlanta Business Writers Headline March 17 PRSA Lunch

Business writers from Atlanta media outlets will discuss how business news is covered in our city and how Independent Counselors (ICs) can help provide the sources and information that they are looking for. Our media panel will help ICs understand how they can successfully pitch them and discuss how coverage of Atlanta business news varies between daily and weekly papers, magazines and online sites.

What's Ahead With WaySouth Media, Inc.

What's Ahead With WaySouth Media, Inc.

A few notes about what’s in the works with 

Some Doraville GM workers to be offered buyouts

 

General Motors is offering buyouts to several thousand skilled trades workers at 14 plants around the U.S.

The automaker will pay eligible workers $60,000 to retire with full benefits. Younger workers will have the option to take the $60,000 in exchange for giving up retiree health care and other benefits.

GM spokesman Chris Lee didn't know how many workers will get the offers. The company estimates that it has 2,000 more skilled trades workers than it needs right now. Skilled trades workers do jobs that need special training, such as electrical work and welding.

Eligible workers will be notified by Dec. 23 and will have to leave the company by March 1.

New Statewide Non-Profit Helps Small Business Owners and Entrepreneurs

New Statewide Non-Profit Helps Small Business Owners and Entrepreneurs

December 10, 2010, Atlanta, GA…..Startup businesses were responsible for sixty percent of all new jobs created in 2009, according to a recent article in Entrepreneur Magazine. Finding financing for a new business is one of an owner’s biggest headaches and is likely to be more challenging in the years ahead. 

That statistic points to the urgent need for training in better financial skill sets, which will jumpstart the long term success rate of small businesses,” says Charles H.