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Articles, Media, and Press Coverage about The Children's Center

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Story by Shirley Ganem. Photo by Thomas Beeler. Published in the Granite State News March 16, 2017.

Susan Whiting, the present executive director of the Wolfeboro Area Children's Center (now known at The Children's Center) has been with the center since the beginning in 1974. She started as a teacher working with the founder, Edie Desmarais, to provide children in the area with a pre-school education, which if very important for a child's educational growth.

Whiting Article Part 1

Whiting Article Part 2

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Story by Nancy Hughes published in Brewster Spring 2017.

If you pass by Tom Owen’s biology lab any afternoon Monday through Thursday
between 4-5:15 p.m., the lights will be on – literally and figuratively – for Brain Boost.

An Afternoon Brain Boost

 

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Story and photos by Joshua Spaulding published in the Granite State News February 11, 2016.

WOLFEBORO - It's been said that learning doesn't end when the school day ends.

At the Children's Center (formerly known as the Wolfeboro Area Children's Center), Helen Rautenberg is helping to take that to a different level with a program called Brain Boost.

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Story and photos by Carol Holyoake published in the Granite State News April 16, 2015.

WOLFEBORO - It was a bright sunny day for the Wolfeboro Area Children's Center Spring Open House last Saturday, April 11, bringing together a group of about 50 families with small children to celebrate a fun time together.

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Story and photos by Elissa Paquette published in the Granite State News December 25, 2014.

WOLFEBORO - After school, children walk over to the Wolfeboro Area Children's Center (WACC), the big, white traditional style building located across from Brewster Academy on 180 South Main Street, accompanied by staff members. As they troupe in, the hallways fill with laughter and chatter, as they go to their classrooms to greet their teachers and sit down for a snack.

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