PHOTOS: Early Years Centre opens

Facility at Dutch Lake Centre will provide space where children and parents can relax and have fun in a safe environment

Heather Adamson speaks during the grand opening of the Early Years Centre.

Main photo: Heather Adamson, Early Years community development coordinator, speaks during the grand opening of the Early Years Centre at Dutch Lake Community Centre on Monday. The centre will be a drop-in place for families five days a week, with the gym and the Family Resources Room available for parents and youngsters to play safely. Behind Adamson are (l-r) Area A TNRD director Carol Schaffer, Mayor John Harwood, MLA Terry Lake, and Simpcw elder Sam Saul.

Left: Angela Roy of Vernon leads youngsters in singing a song to help celebrate the grand opening of the Early Years Centre.

 

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