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SCVMomsBlog.com Launches Ezine

khts_inthecommunityFor nine months, SCVMomsBlog.com has brought local moms together in an online community created to offer advice, provoke discussion and serve as a resource for family life in the Santa Clarita Valley. Re-launching as SCV-Moms.com, the site has given all local moms a chance to form new friendships, share information, and even build their businesses.

“SCVMomsBlog.com is a great place to exchange ideas, share stories or ask questions on any topic. Whenever I have a question related to my children I post it immediately on the blog,” said Cindy Saddler, a member since last October. “There is always a person with a similar experience or advice that comments on my post. The exchange of ideas on this site is the best.”

Due to the overwhelming demand from local men, SCV-Dads.com launched on June 1, giving dads a much-needed chance to connect with the like-minded men in the community.


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SCV-Family.com is set to launch on July 12. SCV-Family.com is the next phase in addressing the needs of all parents by offering up-to-the-minute news, local information, resources, events, and entertainment with a family spin.

Co-founder Jackie MacDougall said, “Families are such a huge part of the growth and success of the SCV. What makes this project special to us is the enthusiasm we’ve gotten from the local media, experts, bloggers, and other resources. We’re excited to create an online network that informs, educates, entertains, and empowers families to achieve the ultimate quality of life here in the Santa Clarita Valley.”

For more information about SCV-Family.com or its online communities, please email Andrea Pohlot at andrea.pohlot@scv-family.com.

SCVMomsBlog.com Launches Ezine

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