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Creating Family Tradition

Creating Family Traditions

December 4, 2018

“Sometimes the most ordinary things could be made extraordinary, simply by doing them with the right people”-Nicholas Sparks Imagine eating at your grandma’s dinner table at your family’s holiday celebration. Among the tablecloth decorations is your hand print from when you and your cousins were 3 years old. How special ...

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Child Care Program Blocks

Kentucky Child Care Assistance Program (CCAP) Rate Changes

November 29, 2018

The Kentucky Cabinet for Health & Family Services Division of Child Care is going to raise child care provider rates on December 1. A notice was sent out late Wednesday that stated that rates would be raised to the 40th percentile of market rates reflected in the market survey published ...

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Infant Child Care

Quality Child Care: What Families Need to Know

November 6, 2018

Having affordable, reliable child care is so important to families in our community—it helps children get the best start in life by providing beneficial early learning experiences and it allows the adults who care for them to go to work each day with the knowledge that their children are safe, ...

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4C for Children receives grant from Vectren Foundation

October 19, 2018

4C for Children has received a $30,000 grant from the Vectren Foundation to help increase the number of quality rated child care programs in Fayette and Clinton counties. The State of Ohio has mandated that all child care providers must be quality rated by June 30, 2020, to maintain their ...

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Award Winners

Announcing Early Childhood Award Recipients

October 11, 2018

4C for Children is pleased to announce this year's recipients of the June Sciarra Early Childhood Leadership award and the Early Childhood Educator Award. These individuals are being honored for their achievements and dedication to those they serve as they work to give children the best start in life. June ...

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