Thank you for supporting Central Coast Child Development Center!
The staff, parents and board members of Central Coast Child Development Center in Toledo would like to thank everyone who assisted with their recent fundraiser at Muggly’s Bowling in Toledo. The successful event helped raise needed funds for moving costs for the child care center.
Thank you to Muggly’s for the use of their facility and to all those who came out to bowl! Thank you to the many businesses that donated items for the raffles including: Candy Republic, Chalet Restaurant & Bakery, Loofah Soaps N Creations, Newport Bay Candle Company, Toledo Coffee Depot, and Diamonds by the Sea; and to the following groups who made lane sponsorship donations: Toledo Rotary, Mariner’s Square, and Children’s Development Network (CDN).
Everyone who attended the event had a great time for a great cause. We also want to thank Dahl Disposal Service, Trinity United Methodist Church, and East County Community Partnership for their contributions to facilitate our move.
The new location for the Central Coast Child Development Center (CCCDC) is in the Floweree Center at the old Mary Harrison School in Toledo. The child care center had been located at the old Arcadia school since it first opened in 2009; however the school district needs that building as they initiate their plans for full day kindergarten.
Central Coast Child Development Center (CCCDC) is a non-profit child development center that provides comprehensive educational programming for children aged 6 weeks to 12 years. CCCDC provides a safe and enriched environment for their infant and toddler programs, preschool and kindergarten classrooms, and after school and summer programs.
Did you know that the child care industry is an indispensable component of our economy that helps support virtually every other sector? Child care is vital to economic development. It enables communities and employers to attract and retain a talented productive workforce. And, because the economic success of communities is tied to a skilled and educated workforce, early childhood care and education becomes a vital link to our future workforce.
Child care is more than just a place for children to be while parents work. Child care is education. The research is clear – it is the early learning experiences that have the most profound effect on the healthy growth and development of young children and their ability to succeed later in life.
Thanks again to everyone who helped support Central Coast Child Development Center.