HOTLINE: Saturday, Aug. 16

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by Lisa Fuller Magee

azfamily.com

Posted on August 16, 2014 at 11:09 AM

Updated Saturday, Aug 16 at 11:10 AM

Cabela's Glendale

9380 W. Glendale Avenue Glendale, AZ 85305
623-872-6700
www.cabelas.com/glendale

REVCO Pizza Job Fair


Saturday 10 a.m.
Marriott in Tempe
510 S. Forest Ave.
Looking for: management, bartenders, cashiers, servers, baristas, delivery people

Zolton's Salon & Day Spa:


Zolton's Salon & Day Spa is a full-service salon co-owned by husband and wife, Robert and Margaret Quinn. Since 2002, Zolton's has offered a wide selection of hair, nail and aesthetic services. Located in Scottsdale's Grayhawk residential community, Zolton's 5,000-square-foot salon staffs more than 70 beauty professionals with 50 hair stations, eight nail stations and four aesthetician treatment rooms. For more information, call 480-513-8414 or visit zoltons.com.

Mercury Tattoo Sleeves


First 2, 000 people at Saturday's game at U.S. Airways Center get special Brittney Griner tatto sleeves. Tip off is at 7 p.m. against the Sparks.

Tips for keeping latch-key kids occupied from Gregg Murset


1. Set expectations with goals, rewards and penalties. No matter the age of your children or what you are trying to do with them, it's important to set real goals, rewards for a job well done, and penalties if something goes wrong. By having clear goals, rewards and penalties, children of all ages can begin making limited decisions and weighing the consequences of bad decisions.

2. Determine the "Trust Factor." On a scale of 1-5, how much do you trust your child to be home unattended? If the number is 1, you will need to keep your child busy, and possibly, set some high penalties if something goes wrong. If the number is 5, give your child enough to remain productive and grow with your trust.

3. Communication is key. Make sure your children understand that there is no such thing as over communication throughout this process and that you actually demand regular updates. Depending on the age of the child and the "trust factor" by the parent, regular communication can be a few times or every hour. Toward the end of the evening, the entire family can gather to review the progress of the assigned projects and discuss what comes tomorrow.

4. Fill time and rotate projects. Set a schedule for your children so that each day is different and the projects fit the age. Make sure that there is enough for the child to do throughout the time he/she is left unattended at home. Make sure a short break is built into the projects so the children have time to unwind from a tough day at school. Again, depending on the age and "trust factor", the amount of time that needs to be filled can vary.

5.  Follow through. No matter whether your children do a great job or poor one, you must follow through with the rewards and penalties. Kids are smart enough to know whether a parent will stand by their word or not and whether there is any bite behind that bark. This is about teaching your children work ethic, responsibility and accountability, so praise and reward them for a job well done and remain strongly committed to the penalty you set for failing to meet the expectations.

Loop 303 dedication event

Saturday, Aug. 16 from  7:30 a.m. to 11 a.m.  along the new westbound I-10 frontage road that also was built as part of the $145 million freeway-to-freeway interchange project. All ramps at the interchange are scheduled to be open to traffic by September.
 

 

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