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K.I.D.S. is new agency for Kane United Fund

November 13, 2012

The Kane’s Intergenerational Daycare Service (K.I.D.S.), which is operated by the Lutheran Home at Kane in a separate facility on the site, is a new Kane United Fund recipient agency. Three of the children in the program include, left to right, front row:  Preston Darr, Tyler Gibson and Isis Kinner. Staff members include,  left to right, back row:  Kehlie Hulings, Deb Breedlove, Kathy Gibson (United Fund board member) and Brenda Baker, director of K.I.D.S.

The Kane’s Intergenerational Daycare Service (K.I.D.S.), which is operated by the Lutheran Home at Kane in a separate facility on the site, is a new Kane United Fund recipient agency.
 K.I.D.S. provides a safe and constructive learning for children ages six weeks to five years. The daycare provides meals and snacks, crafts, computer labs, games and intergenerational activities as well as transportation to local pre-school programs.  An affiliated program offers after-school care to school age children. 

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