Mother Goose program is changing locations

Letter to the Editor regarding Mother Goose Program from Heather Adamson

To the editor,

The popular Parent-Child Mother Goose Program in Clearwater is moving locations.This Success By 6 program will now be featured as an early literacy program for families at the Community Resource Centre, which is growing into a learning and literacy hub for people of all ages!

Classes will continue to be on Mondays, 10 a.m. to 11 a.m.  The first class will be on Monday, Sept. 10 from 10 a.m. to 11 a.m. at the Community Resource Centre.  Snacks are still provided for both parents and children.

Come out to enjoy this great program with your young child(ren) to meet other parents, learn some fun songs and rhymes, and check out the new renovations to the Community Resource Centre!

On behalf of Success By 6, I thank Kerry Milner Cairns, literacy coordinator and community resource centre manager, for welcoming this well established program into its new location and helping to foster its continued support in our community.

For more information on the program and its new location at CRC, please call Kerry Milner Cairns at 250-674-3530.

Yours in community spirit,

Heather Adamson

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