I used this facility many years ago. My child spent all of two days there. I understand a child will have an adjustment phase but you also know your kid. This was not normal. He stood at the door each day waiting for me. After I moved him, the response to the caregiver was definitely not the same. Also, the owner would take the kids out with her to do her shopping. I left my child at the day care, not at Food Lion. Not to mention, I had the car seat in my possession.
The owner also had toddlers sitting at t table listening to Mickey Mouse songs. Needless to say, it did not go over well. Who wants to sit and listen, especially at that age? I would not take my child there.
I have been on both sides of these doors, as a resident and an employee. Like most programs, it is what you make it.
It is a transitional housing program, which means families can reside here for more than 3 months.
Families have case management, meals, and a lot more privacy than other places. Each family has his or her own room.
Consider a donation of time or money. Homeless families need it.
This organization accepts new or gently used books and donates them to children, especially those residing in communities with low financial wealth. Their premise is all children should have books. I agree!
Consider making a donation to them or volunteering time to read to a child. It will be worth more than a few words of your time.
You want good ethnic Latin food? This is it! Eat like the natives and their mother.
Great food all the time. Atmosphere is full of color. Staff has always given great services. Prices are quite affordable. One can do really well with $5-7 during lunch time.
A nice place for coffee, a book and good service. Staff waits on you and will ask to assist you. Sometimes you would prefer not to have this but it can be nice to know they are attentive.
Spacious and has a few comfy chairs for those preferring to read. I prefer the set up for the kids section here. It is a bit different from other stores.
May be I expected it to look like it does on television but the one in North Raleigh did not have this appearance.
You should be prepared for the cold temperature. Wrap up in there.
It just looked so old. The barrier around the rink is wooden and looked like a rickety fence. I would prefer to go elsewhere.
Lots to do here. Yes, it is your traditional skating rink but it is wide, has lots of options for those wanting a party and they spray the skates well for stinky feet.
Food is not so great unless you want the gooey unhealthy stuff that you usually find at skating rinks.
Affordable rents, landscaped area and conveniently located to stores. New Super Walmart is up the street. Close by but is actually located in Holly Springs. Located right off of US 1 so if you need to get to I40 or the beltline, it will not be too far out of the way.
Maintenance is quick to respond as well. Some even live on site.
You must do this....Go to their website (raleightakeout.com) and put in your zip code. All of the restaurants that you would drive to, as high as gas is, will be listed.
Order from the menu you already know so well and in 45 minutes, you will have your favorite meal delivered to your door. Have you ever eaten from The Big Easy in your jammies? You can now. Save on time. Save on gas. The delivery fee is about $5. Surely you know the driver would like a tip as well.
We eat out...in the house...at least once a month.
Do the white chicken chili. I love it. Good place for families. The decor is very earthy as well. The wait was a bit longer than I would have liked. They had good healthy options,even fruit. If you have a sweet tooth, they have something for you too.