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...for supporting Tlingit & Haida Valley Head Start
The Tlingit & Haida Valley Head Start program, families, their children and our staff would like to extend out heartfelt thanks to the caring individuals, businesses, community and government agencies and organizations for all the support and generous donation of time, effort, expertise, goods and services throughout the 2002-2003 program year. In-kind donations are an important part of Head Start and provide an invaluable connection to our community.
Head Start has been serving thousands of families since 1965 across America, from Barrow to San Diego and Maine to Florida, as well as Hawaii. It can be proud of a consistent record of quality family- and child-centered education. Our heart-felt hugs and warmest gratitude are extended to the following folks, with sincere apologies for any omissions or oversights:
Search Dental & Medical, Juneau Public Health Center, WIC, Catholic Community Services, Juneau School District speech therapist and mental health, Blanket of Wellness, Southeast Alaska Guidance Association, Salvation Army, St. Vincent de Paul's, United States Forest Service Mendenhall Glacier Visitor center, NAEYC-SE, governor, Alaska State Museum, Super Bear Grocery Store, Ed Thomas and Tlingit and Haida Central office, T&H VTRC center, McDonalds, AWARE, Nugget Mall Merchant's Association, Glacier Fire Department, Juneau Police Department, Juneau Safe kids Coalition, Mendenhall Public Library, DIPAC, Juneau Arts and Humanities Council, Our Back Yard, Prospector Hotel, Glacier Valley Parent Group, Panchita, Cliff LaRue & family, Delight, Kathleen Rhea, Maria Offer and all the Head Start parents, grandparents, aunties, uncles and siblings who helped out!
Thank you so much dear editor for your patience in thanking these folks.
In a low-income program such as ours, we feel it is very important to recognize those who contributed. Questions, call Lis Saya at 790-2431 or 780-4213.