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A couple from Atlanta has turned a hobby into a business that aims to reduce screen time for kids and encourage outdoor activities. Firefly Forts, as it’s called, has been successful enough to expand to franchises in Miami and Nashville. The owners, Mike and Kristin Scaglione, never intended for their fort-building idea to turn into a business, but they are now facing a difficult time as Mike has been diagnosed with Stage 4 Lung Cancer. Despite this setback, the Scagliones have found someone to run the business in Nashville, allowing them to focus on Mike’s health and their family.

The company has made a significant impact on families and customers by creating meaningful connections and memories. One of their customers turned out to be Mike’s neurosurgeon, showcasing the reach of their business. The Scagliones are committed to leaving behind a legacy of helping families create fun and memorable moments, no matter what challenges they may face.

Meanwhile, in Arizona, one mom named Carrie Sharp sought to understand the school voucher debate that was taking center stage. With two boys in elementary school, she wanted to be well-informed about the issue’s potential outcomes. Arizona is home to a school voucher program that has been in place for 13 years. Through her research, Carrie gained valuable insights into the potential outcomes of such programs and believes it will help other parents make informed decisions about their children’s education.

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