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Press Release by Melody Madzar. Published in the Granite State News September 10, 2020.

Enter through the front door of The Children's Center building and walk straight forward into the upstairs hallway. Soon you'll discover the first classroom on the right and welcoming you will be a giant, friendly-looking, cardboard-cutout brown bear. If it is autumn and apple-picking season, the bear will be donning a chef's hat with a freshly baked pie in his right paw and holding a basket of just-picked apples with his left. And if you look close enough, there will be a child's name tagged on each apple in the basket. If it is spring, the friendly bear will be holding a beautiful bouquet of flowers made from construction paper. Again, every flower will name a different child. As of recently, the bear has been wearing a mask over his bear nose and mouth while holding a sign that reads, "Spread love, not germs."

PAULA MORRILL RETIRES FROM CHILDREN'S CENTER

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Press Release by Peg Mongiello. Published in the Granite State News September 3, 2020.

What do a dump truck, a golf cart, a fire engine, a snow mobile, a speed boat, a trolley and an excavator all have in common? You can see them at The Nick on Sunday, September 20. That is the date of the annual Wolfeboro Children's Center "Touch a Truck."

VISIT "TOUCH A TRUCK" AT THE NICK USING COVID GUIDELINES

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Press Release by Melody Madzar. Published in the Granite State News July 23, 2020.

Due to COVID-19, The Children's Center was unable to host their annual Fairyland Festival at Cate Park in Wolfeboro this year. But that did not stop them from celebrating in a new way with an online contest for fairy houses and forts!

CHILDREN'S CENTER ANNOUNCES WINNERS OF FAIRYLAND FESTIVAL ONLINE CONTEST

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Press Release by Peg Mongiello. Published in the Granite State News July 16, 2020.

For the 10th year in a row, The Children's Center held its Fairyland Festival last Saturday after the 4th of July. Instead of at Cate Park, becasue of COVID-19, the setting this year was at both the Bridge Falls Path on Saturday, July 11, and then online at Facebook from July 13-17.

FAIRYLAND FESTIVAL BRINGS OUT FAMILIES

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Press Release by Melody Madzar. Published in the Granite State News June 25, 2020.

The Children's Center of Wolfeboro provides comprehensive childcare services to children who are six weeks to 12 years of age. They have built an exceptional child care facility staffed by caring, highly-qualified, and accomplished individuals who put children first. With more than 40 years in business, the Center is now proud to serve the children - and grandchildren - of some of their very first clients. During the pandemic, they have continued as an essential service, offering extensive care, support and enrichment activities to local children including those with special needs.

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