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PreKindergarten Graduation at Kiddie City

Kiddie City Child Care Community started in 2006 by serving 40 children and employing 16 staff in our leased building on the corner of Wilmore and E. 200 St.  In 2010, our expansion into the site of Sam’s Barbershop on E. 200th Street increased our capacity to serve 72 children and employ 27 full and part time staff at our non-profit child care center. But, there’s no more space.  In the last two years we’ve turned away two hundred children and their families from receiving services that include Universal PreK and Head Start enhancements.  It’s time to grow and expand the four star Step Up to Quality center one more time to provide Euclid’s youngest citizens with a great start in their educational careers.  Consider being a Super Hero to our Super Kids!  Invest in our GoFundMe campaign starting March 13, 2015 or  send a tax deductible donation to 20110 Wilmore Ave. Euclid 44123 to be used to furnish new classrooms, provide educational supplies, and beautify a new space to grow and learn. Attend or donate a raffle prize to our Funds for Fun Dinner, Dance and Raffle on Saturday, April 18, 2015. Thank you for your investment in Euclid’s children!  Kiddie City’s Board of Directors:  Christine Spikes (President), Sherrie Zagorc (Co-Founder), Sarah Dutkiewicz, Christopher Kakish, Angelique King, Anita Mallory, Meg McGarry, Donna Nycum, Keith Scheurman, Bridget Simenc, and Lynnore Walker and Jennifer Boger, Director  216-481-9044.

Sherrie Zagorc

Co-founder of Kiddie City Child Care Community and the founder of The E. 200th Street Stroll

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Volume 6, Issue 3, Posted 8:00 PM, 03.06.2015