Thursday, July 24, 2014

$10K grant pays for center’s van

9/9/2013

American Eagle officials, as well as those from Crosspointe Community Church/Apple Garden Child Care Center, are pictured with a $10,000 grant award. Apple Garden Child Care Center began a new school-age summer program last summer, facilitating a need within the community. The center was awarded a $10,000 grant from American Eagle to purchase a van for field trips, trips to the swimming pool, library outings and other activities to help the children be physically, socially and academically active during the summer, while providing a safe and comfortable place for them to be while their parents are working. Those pictured include Jeremy Maroney, Brent Fredricks, Donna Dow, Marie Stewart, Rev. Michael Schooley and Kari Schultze. (Photo submitted by Kristi Schooley-Hale/ Crosspointe Community Church/Apple Garden Child Care Center)

American Eagle officials, as well as those from Crosspointe Community Church/Apple Garden Child Care Center, are pictured with a $10,000 grant award. Apple Garden Child Care Center began a new school-age summer program last summer, facilitating a need within the community. The center was awarded a $10,000 grant from American Eagle to purchase a van for field trips, trips to the swimming pool, library outings and other activities to help the children be physically, socially and academically active during the summer, while providing a safe and comfortable place for them to be while their parents are working. Those pictured include Jeremy Maroney, Brent Fredricks, Donna Dow, Marie Stewart, Rev. Michael Schooley and Kari Schultze. (Photo submitted by Kristi Schooley-Hale/ Crosspointe Community Church/Apple Garden Child Care Center)

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