"Moms' Connection" Celebrates Mother's Day

           May 18th will be a special day for area mothers of young children when “Moms’ Connection” provides an event full of pampering at Good Shepherd Episcopal Church.  English Tea, luxurious nail and massage offerings, and a great door prize are offered.

           This relaxing experience happens from 10:00 a.m. through 11:30 a.m. Good Shepherd Episcopal Church is located at 495 Herbert Hills Drive in Hayesville. 

           “Moms of all ages are welcomed to this lovely event,” says Moms’ Connection founder and director Susan Gray. “Participants do not need to be members of Good Shepherd. Moms’ Connection is a program for moms or grandmothers of children ages 0 to 5 and pregnant women from Clay and surrounding counties. Our only requirement for this upcoming event is that you make a reservation so that we can plan for you!”

           The deadline for reservations is Monday, May 14th.  Interested parties need to visit the Facebook page address “Momsconnectionhayesville” to reserve their place, as limited spaces are available.

           While Moms enjoy their “Spa Day,” their little ones are having a great time in the church nursery, cared for by an experienced staff.

The May 18th “Spa Day” offers moms an oasis of pampering. “Moms will be treated to an exfoliating hand treatment using warm wax and massage, by Marilyn Clark, one of our Good Shepherd members,” Gray explains. “There will also be toenail art by Jennifer Rowland if they so choose. English Tea will also be served featuring the traditional sweets and savories.”

To top it all off, “Our door prize this month will be a gift certificate from Body Sense in Hiawassee, Georgia” says Gray.

“Moms’ Connection” meets the third Friday of each month from 10:00 a.m. – 11:30 a.m. “Last month we had a wonderful ‘Moms’ Connection’” says Gray. “Tracy Cothren, a certified Car Seat Technician from the Clay County Health Department, provided safety information, checked moms’ car seats, and installed new cars seats for our moms who attended. We thank Tracy for coming to share her knowledge with us.”

“This is one type of program we like to offer with our Moms’ Connection group,” Gray continues. “Useful, practical information helps our moms in everyday situations, such as the personal safety/defense class we held recently. Then, some months we have a day to spoil our moms with a little pampering!”

Please call Susan Gray for any additional information at 828-361-7175.

For more information about Good Shepherd Episcopal Church, visit the website at www.goodshepherdhayesville.org.