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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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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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Special Friday Evening Events Planned for 4C Conference

October 9, 2018

Most of your days are spent taking care of others—children, family or your program. But you can't do those things successfully if you don't take care of yourself first.To help you do that, the 4C for Children Leadership and Early Childhood Conference Planning Team has created some exciting opportunities for ...

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Get to Know the Council for Professional Recognition

October 9, 2018

4C for Children will welcome Dr. Valora Washington, CEO of the Council for Professional Recognition, as the Saturday morning keynote speaker of the 4C Leadership and Early Childhood Conference, presented by Positive Leaps, on October 27. “I’m so excited to be a keynote speaker at the 4C Grow the Good—Cultivating ...

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What is pretend play, and why is it important?

October 2, 2018

A pirate, a veterinarian, a parent, a hero in a cape, a talking blue kangaroo. These are some examples of things young children pretend to be or to interact with while they play. Most adults have met a child with an active imagination, a child who loves to hear, tell, ...

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