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

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Press Release by Melody Madzar. Published in the Granite State News April 16, 2020.

"In less than 72 hours, the president issued a national emergency, the governor closed all New Hampshire schools, and businesses are also proactively closing their doors," Teri Ann Cox, Executive Director at The Children's Center in Wolfeboro, wrote in her communication to Center families on March 18.

CHILDREN'S CENTER RESPONDS TO COVID-19

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Press Release by Melody Madzar. Published in the Granite State News March 12, 2020.

The Children's Center recently received a $28,000 grant through the Fidelity Charitable Donor-Advised Fund at the recommendation of a local family foundation and a $10,000 unrestricted grant from the New Hampshire Charitable Foundation. The grants will help further The Children's Center's mission of enhancing the well-being of the community by meeting the needs of families through comprehensive, affordable, high quality early childcare and education, and to cooperate with other agencies serving the needs of children.

CHILDREN'S CENTER RECEIVES GRANT

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Press Release by Melody Madzar. Photo by Melody Madzar. Published in the Granite State News February 27, 2020.

This year marked the 11th anniversary of the Team Trivia Tournament hosted by the Children's Center in Wolfeboro. The tournament runs for six Wednesdays in January and February, and proceeds benefit The Center.

THE PARENT INFORMATION CENTER

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Press Release by Melody Madzar. Published in the Granite State News December 19, 2019.

This December (and every December for that matter!), The Children's Center in Wolfeboro has made it their official mission to spread as much Christmas Joy as possible to the children in their care. Creating traditions, holiday memories, and heartwarming moments monthlong is top priority and one the Center takes very seriously. Staff and board members alike strive to make the Christmas season a time of celebration full of laughs, friendship, and of course hot cocoa.

CHILDREN'S CENTER DECLARES DECEMBER MISSION

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Press Release by Melody Madzar. Published in the Granite State News November 21, 2019.

Forty-five years ago, a survey given by the American Association of University Women identified an unexplored need in Wolfeboro and the surrounding communities. Working parents; men and women, were looking for day-to-day childcare help and support. They needed a safe place for their children to go while they secured a livelihood for their families. As a result, the Wolfeboro Area Children's Center was born and local families were finally offered the opportunity to have high quality, affordable daycare.

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