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BOOK SALES. Springfield Capital Campaign Committee will have a fundraising book sale from 9 a. m. to 1 p. m. Saturday on the front lawn of the Springfield Library, 10418 Main St. , New Middletown. Austintown Library, 600 S. Raccoon Road, will be the location of a fundraising car show from 6 to 9 p. m. Aug. There will be a DJ, refreshments and prizes. To register call 330-740-6086. CRAFT SHOWS. Christ, the Good Shepherd Parish Youth Group is sponsoring a craft show from 10 a. m. to 5 p. m. Aug. There will be a basket auction and a 50-50 raffle. Refreshments will be available for purchase. Admission and parking are free. For information call 330-774-0088. FESTIVALS. Luke Church on South Avenue in Boardman is preparing for its seventh annual Polish Day Festival from 10:30 a. m. to 8 p. m. Aug. Organizers are seeking vendors of all types. There is space for 10 marketplace vendors. Authentic ethnic retail, craft, fine art and food vendors are preferred, but all interested groups are welcome. The deadline for registration is Aug. Applications are available at polishyoungstown. com/polishday/marketplace. For information call 330-333-9724 or email polishday@polishyoungstown. FUNDRAISERS. Campbell Memorial High School Alumni Association will host a scholarship fundraiser, its annual Reverse Raffle and Dinner, on Oct. 24 at Archangel Michael Hall, 12th Street in Campbell. Tickets cost $60 per person, and the grand prize will be $1,500. The alumni association has awarded $85,000 to date in scholarships to graduating seniors and Campbell Memorial alumni pursuing undergraduate and graduate studies. To purchase tickets call the office at 330-799-1232 or email alumni@campbell. Rose Church, 48 E. Main St. , Girard, is selling tickets for a raffle of up to $5,000 and a 60-inch flat-screen television. It will take place at the Summer Food Taste from 5 to 9 p. m. Aug. Raffle prizes will include a $3,000 second prize and $1,000 third prize. Tickets are $1 each or six for $5. The food taste will include Cocca’s Pizza, Margherita’s Grille, Marco’s Pizza and Kathleen Classics. Lemon shakes, cotton candy, caramel corn, hot dogs, and pop and water can be purchased, and there will be a bake sale. There also will be a basket raffle, games, face painting, clowns, Mary Kay Cosmetics, jewelry and Moe’s Private Reserve (fine spices). For information call. Source: www.vindy.com
California state law bill SB 763 has stayed relatively under the radar since its introduction in February 2015. However, with recent traction in the state legislature – including passage in the Senate in June and passage in three Assembly... SB 763 would require manufacturers of “juvenile products” sold in California to include a statement on the product’s label whether or not the product contains added flame retardant chemicals. A “juvenile product” would be defined as a product subject to California’s Home Furnishings and Thermal Insulation Act,  and intended for use by infants and children under 12. Covered products would include not only bassinets, floor play mats,... This includes, for example, nursing pads, nursing pillows, infant carriers, and changing table pads. The bill would require manufacturers to affix the following lengthy labeling statement on covered juvenile products sold in California, and indicate the absence or presence of added flame retardant chemicals by marking a “X” in the applicable... The State of California has determined that this product does not pose a serious fire hazard. The state has identified many flame retardant chemicals as being known to, or strongly suspected of, adversely impacting human health or development. The fabric, filling, and plastic parts of this product:. _____contains added flame retardant chemicals. _____contains NO added flame retardant chemicals. Additionally, the bill imposes recordkeeping requirements, allows the CA Department of Toxic Substances Control to test products labeled as containing no added flame retardant chemicals for compliance, and permits fines ranging from $2,500 to... In the past few years, flame retardant chemicals have been highly scrutinized by consumer advocates. According to the bill’s author, “[g]rowing evidence show(s) that many fire retardant chemicals have serious human and environmental health impacts, including cancer, decreased fertility, hormone disruption, lower IQ, and hyperactivity. Although the bill’s intentions are honorable –. Source: www.adlawaccess.com
It’s never too early to cultivate a sense of style, though whether a baby’s introduction to furniture and ambience has any permanent imprinting effect remains to be seen. Retailers have raised the bar in recent years with nursery and toddler furniture offerings. Safety, of course, remains at the top of the list. Just five years ago, for example, important changes were made to crib design with the outlawing of drop sides. Some people will argue that buying a crib or children’s furniture these days has more to do with parents’ styles and sensibilities. Those who like a continuity or design flow in their homes — indoors and out — will also opt for similar quality and styles in children’s furnishings. It is a category that has taken off, and retailers like RH Baby &Child (Restoration Hardware) and PB Kids (Pottery Barn) offer pieces that appeal aesthetically to their core customer. Specialty retailers like the Land of Nod and Galt Baby, which bills itself as “a modern baby lifestyle shop,” further the choices. When it comes to outfitting the rest of a nursery or child’s room (often with an eye to growing in the space), there are plenty of options for going the traditional route, retro or thoroughly modern, with dressers, storage and desks. Add to that the expansive choices for fun wall coverings and bedding (well beyond licensed characters), and a child’s room can be fun, colorful, engaging and inspirational. “In the past few years, I’ve seen nursery design elevate to a high level of chic,” says Los Angeles designer Betsy Burnham. “Clients are asking for better quality furnishings, rugs, lighting — even artwork — for their little ones, and we’re having a lot of fun with creative design details. European designs now are more accessible, she says, and manufacturers have recognized a hole in the marketplace — especially at the high end. “There’s no longer the idea of ‘Let’s just make do with my sisters’ crib,’ or ‘Let’s do the nursery last. ’ Or ‘We don’t need to frame that art. ’ The nursery (and child’s room) is just as hip and cool as the rest of the house. Increased demand for better style and quality has led exactly to those goods. It’s not difficult to find either high-end or well-constructed furniture in a choice of woods and finishes that are analogous to those in the prime real estate of a home. And with that, there has been an uptick in prices, as the upgrades are not designed to. Source: www.reviewjournal.com
Large items will be priced separately. Drop off items for the sale from 9 a.m. to noon Monday through Thursday. No exercise equipment or large upholstered furniture will be accepted. Proceeds will support the missions of Damascus United Methodist Women.
 The Home Furnishings and Thermal Insulation Act (Cal. Bus. & Prof. Code § 19000 et seq.) generally governs the licensing and inspection of businesses that manufacture and sell upholstered furniture, bedding and filling materials, and thermal
Plans for the young adult area of the Camarillo Public Library are down to the details, and city officials say everything—including wood finishes, upholstery fabrics and carpet patterns—has been selected through careful consideration. The Camarillo
A 19th-century wing chair is reinterpreted as an upholstered crib set on tulip bun feet. It's shown in sand gray Some people will argue that buying a crib or children's furniture these days has more to do with parents' styles and sensibilities
You don’t have to wait until the kids go off to college to have nice furniture ... dining chairs being ruined after the first Thanksgiving dinner. For fully upholstered chairs, choose a fabric that is darker so it hides mishaps, or consider the slipcover ...
The group -- which includes the American Academy of Pediatrics and Massachusetts Nurses Association -- wants a prohibition on the manufacture or sale of children's products and upholstered furniture that contain any of nearly a dozen toxic chemicals ...
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