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Tallahassee Church Youth Group Visits Joseph H. Messina Children's Center
The Joseph H. Messina Children's Center got a fresh coat of paint on two dozen doors recently, when the Tallahassee First Baptist Church Youth Choir paid a visit.
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TALLAHASSEE CHURCH YOUTH GROUP VISITS
JOSEPH H. MESSINA CHILDREN’S CENTER
FORT MYERS, FLA., June 25, 2012 – The Joseph H. Messina Children’s Center got a fresh coat of paint on two dozen doors recently, when the Tallahassee First Baptist Church youth choir paid a visit.
The visit was arranged by the United Way of Lee County. Child Care of Southwest Florida Operations Director Nancy Coker said the group of about 50 adults and youngsters wanted to come to Lee County for a volunteer project.
“We were more than happy to host them for a workday. They sang for our kids, then our kids sang. They were wonderfully mature and helpful,” Coker said.
In addition to painting doors, the group planted some flowers and vegetables and cleaned up around the property.
The Joseph H. Messina Children’s Center is licensed to care for 105 children from infancy to age 8. Enrollment is now open for the Voluntary Pre-K program, which begins this fall. The child care center is open Monday through Friday from 6:30 a.m. to 11:30 p.m.
For more information about the Joseph H. Messina Children’s Center, call 239-278-1148 or visit www.ccswfl.org
About Child Care of Southwest Florida, Inc.
The Joseph H. Messina Children’s Center is among six child care centers operated by Child Care of Southwest Florida, Inc. The private non-profit organization provides high quality child care services throughout Southwest Florida from infancy through age 8. In addition to providing early childhood education and child care, Child Care of Southwest Florida, Inc., conducts and coordinates training for child care workers, and administers the federal Child Care Food Program for child care centers and family child care homes in 14 counties in South Florida.