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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 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.

SERVING CHILDREN AND FAMILIES SINCE 1974

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Press Release by Melody Madzar. Published in the Baysider October 31, 2019.

"Parents are a child's first and most influential teachers." This statement is part of Governor Christopher Sununu's proclamation making October Family Engagement Month in New Hampshire. This effort, sponsored by the Parent Information Center of NH (PIC, www.picnh.org) and NH Family Voices (www.nhfv.org) is designed to promote strong collaboration between parents, schools, health providers and communities.

THE PARENT INFORMATION CENTER

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Press release by Melody Madzar. Published in the Granite State News October 3, 2019.

The Board of Directors and Trustees hosted a 45th anniversary dinner on the evening of Thursday, Sept. 12, to commemorate The Children's Center of Wolfeboro and its decades of commitment to the community and its children through comprehensive childcare services. The event was attended by almost 100 Center supporters and a goal of raising $45,000 for 45 years was exceeded.collaboration between parents, schools, health providers and communities.

CHILDREN'S CENTER'S 45TH ANNIVERSARY A SUCCESS

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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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