Our network

Moms

Celebrate National Cupcake Day with a free ice cream cupcake

Celebrate National Cupcake Day with a free ice cream cupcake

ATLANTA -- What better way to recognize National Cupcake Day than with a free ice cream cupcake?

On Thursday, Dec. 15, Marble Slab Creamery and MaggieMoo's Ice Cream and Treatery will give away ice cream cupcakes from 4 p.m. to 7 p.m. at all Metro Atlanta locations.

RELATED: Marble Slab, MaggieMoo's merge

"This is the second year in a row Marble Slab and MaggieMoo's have celebrated National Cupcake Day with a giveaway of our ice cream cupcake," said David Kaiser, director of frozen goods for Norcross-based GFG Management, LLC, which owns both ice cream chains. "We love fun observances like National Cupcake Day and look forward to celebrating with our extremely valued customers by offering a free and very delicious ice cream treat."

Atlanta Wedding Expert Hosts Evening of Bridal Beauty for Brides-to-Be

Atlanta Wedding Expert Hosts Evening of Bridal Beauty for Brides-to-Be

Wedding Expert, Tia R. Ervin is coming to the rescue for all brides preparing for upcoming nuptials in her signature "WEDucation" event, Beauty & The Bride, hosted at Polished Beauty Lounge in quaint Vinings on Wednesday, December 7th.

'NoFlu4U' clinics keep Fayette students healthy

'NoFlu4U' clinics keep Fayette students healthy

FAYETTE COUNTY, Ga. -- Children in Fayette County schools are saying "no" to the flu this season.

So far, more than 1,000 students and school staff members have received flu vaccines, thanks to the "NoFlu4U" clinics that travel throughout the county.

"The clinics have been very successful this year," said health services specialist Debbie King. "Every vaccination given means a healthier school environment for everyone."

Most children received the nasal vaccine. The famous Chick-fil-A cow traveled with the clinics to put children's minds at ease and show them just how easy it is to protect against the flu.

"If it wasn't for these clinics, many children and adults who received vaccines wouldn't have gotten them because of scheduling constraints with work or other activities," King said.

The NoFlu4U clinics visited 11 elementary schools, two middle schools, the county schools' transportation department and the LaFayette Educational Center this year.