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“Several day-care centers were also destroyed in the flood, creating another shortage that has hurt the work force.”
“They want editorial control of all Grove publications, a few million dollars for assorted causes, a day-care center for children.”
“The government implemented policies and actions known as the "Zero Hunger Programs" to provide cash aid to poor families guaranteeing a minimum income and enabling access to basic goods and services; to distribute food to poor families through community restaurants, assisted-living facilities, day-care centers, and related organizations; and to provide nutritious meals to children in public schools.”
“And a $5 million, 23,000 square foot day-care center on Root Street scheduled to open next year will get $2.4 million ... or $104.34 per square foot, courtesy the capital bill.”
“Give it to D131 they can build the Jerome Roberts day-care center”
“Attractive as all the scenarios sounded, I knew I wanted to be with my kids and actually be the one to raise them (versus a nanny or day-care).”
“All 20 of the fire companies that Mr. Bloomberg proposed closing will be kept open, and money has been restored to protect day-care slots that had been targeted for cuts.”
“In a videotape I made years ago in a day-care center, a little boy named Daniel, with a huge mop of very dark brown hair, is rocking away with great energy on a small wooden rocking boat.”
“CNN: Tyler Perry sending rebuffed day-care kids to Disney World”
“Tejuania Nelson, who runs a day-care center in fishing-dependent Grand Bay, Ala., said preschoolers whose parents were left jobless because of the spill are lashing out in unsettling ways.”
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