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Thursday, April 18, 2013 7:09 AM
Kingsland School Age Child Care (SACC) is the childcare program located on site in the elementary school in Spring Valley. This program serves students preschool through 5th grade 5:30 a.m. to 6 p.m. The cost of the program is $2.75 an hour and we offer a drop-in service so you are only billed the hours your child is here. SACC is a great choice for many families because of its affordability and the services it provides.
  • The early childhood programs at Lanesboro strive to meet the goals of emphasizing the importance of early learning and early literacy. We welcome you to learn more about our programs and would love to have you join us! 
  • The Fillmore Central School District has a wide variety of early childhood programs available.
    Community Education Director Holly Kanengieter shared news on the various programs. 
  • Early Years are Learning Years with Rushford-Peterson Community Education
    Rushford-Peterson Community Education offers many opportunities for early childhood aged children and their families. Our Early Childhood Family Education (ECFE) classes are open to birth-5 year olds. Parents and children attend the themed classes together. 
  • Mable-Canton offers family fun the Week of Young Child, outlines early childhood offerings
    The early childhood programs at Mabel-Canton include ECFE and School Readiness. Special events will be held during the Week of the Young Child, including a pizza and gym night for all families with young children on Monday evening, April 15, beginning at 5:30 p.m. Participants will eat first and then move to the gym for some fun family activities! Fee is $8 per family. 
  • Kingsland SACC is asset to community
    Kingsland School Age Child Care (SACC) is the childcare program located on site in the elementary school in Spring Valley. This program serves students preschool through 5th grade 5:30 a.m. to 6 p.m. The cost of the program is $2.75 an hour and we offer a drop-in service so you are only billed the hours your child is here. SACC is a great choice for many families because of its affordability and the services it provides. 
  • Early Childhood Family Education program
    Chatfield Community Education recognizes the importance of early childhood experiences. Therefore, it is a priority to support and serve families with young children. Programs and services have been designed with the young child in mind. 
  • St. Johns Lutheran Preschool, Wykoff
    St. Johns Lutheran Preschool is owned and operated by St. Johns Lutheran Church of Wykoff, under the supervision of the congregation's school board. St. Johns Lutheran Preschool was established to assist and support Christian parents in their God-given vocation of raising their children. Christian parents desire that their children grow up knowing and believing in their Lord and Savior Jesus Christ and that they learn to live as faithful, responsible and God-fearing citizens in the world in which God has placed them. 
  • St. Paul Lutheran Preschool holds classes for 3 to 5 year olds every Tuesday and Thursday mornings from 9 a.m. to 12 p.m. very Tuesday and Thursday mornings from 9 a.m. to 12 p.m. 
  • Spring Grove woman devotes retirement to child safety
    Two times a day for nine months a year for 20 years, in rain, snow, wind and hot sun, Evonne Morken has tirelessly assisted students, parents, teachers and staff across the road by Spring Grove Public School. 
  • John Goutcher shares advice to staying young at heart: 'See... do... participate'
    Stay active. Always keep learning. And think you're younger than you are.

    Those are some of the ways John Goutcher of Preston stays young. He just turned 72 on July 2. But you wouldn't know it - and he sometimes feels he's a couple decades younger. 
  • Talent knows no age at SVSL
    It's important for seniors to stay involved with physical, mental and social activities to help maintain a healthy mind, body and spirit. 
  • Chatfield retirees devoting time to community
    They are Huckstadts.

    Hear them roar "Chatfield."

    "We like Chatfield," said retiree and Chatfield Lions Club's immediate past president, Karen Huckstadt, adding that she's been a Lions member for at least the past six years and has enjoyed the numerous projects she and her husband, Terry, have been involved in. 
  • Gardening provides many benefits for nursing home residents
    Emma Every loves gardening and created a beautiful garden in her own home over the years. However, since becoming a resident at the Harmony Healthcare Nursing Home, she helps staff and other residents maintain the gardens in the nursing home's courtyard. 
  • Sharing directions just one of many
volunteer endeavors for Hoffman
    Emily Hoffman has directions to Tiny.

    Sometimes tourism is a relative thing, too.

    "Somebody asked about a man named 'Tiny,' and we found him," said Hoffman, who volunteers for three hours at the Chatfield Tourist Center on Saturdays. 
  • Virgil Skarrud drives his point home
    Virgil Skarrud is the "to go" guy.

    "I give people rides," said the resident of Lakewood Apartments in Chatfield. "When someone wants to go somewhere, they call me, or they sometimes knock on my door, or they catch me down in the lobby or wherever. We run out to the store, wherever they want to stop just inside town here to get what they need, because they live here and the stores are down there, so this is one way for them to get there and back." 
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