Living Water Community Church to open childcare centre

Living Water Community Church is planning on opening a new childcare centre for before and after school care for children.

Rachel Gasparetto will manage the childcare centre being opened by the Living Water Community Church.

Living Water Community Church is planning on opening a new childcare centre for before and after school care for children from kindergarten to grade 7. License is pending.  They will be fully licensed and capable of having 20 children at capacity.  They have a large centre with lots of activity options.  Hours will be 7:30 a.m. to 5:30 p.m., tentatively and they will be able to provide breakfast for children if necessary.  Students requiring government subsidy will be able to attend.  Rachel Gasparetto will be the manager of the centre.  She has been working as a volunteer in the elementary school last year and also noon hour supervisor. Gasparetto works extremely well with children and is looking forward to providing care for your child.  If space permits the centre will be able to take drop in requests and part time students. For more information and fees – livingwatercc@eastlink or 250-295-7299 for Rachel.



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