Northwestern College Child Development Center celebrates 15 years
The Northwestern College Child Development Center is holding a 15-year anniversary celebration on Saturday, August 8 from 9 a.m. to noon at the Center, 2945 Lincoln Drive in Roseville, Minn. Current and former students, families and staff will gather for a celebration of the fun and learning that takes place every day at the Center. The celebration will include food, games and family activities, and include a special display of photos and memories from past students at the Center.
Founded in 1994 as a ministry of Northwestern College, the Child Development Center provides childcare services and a preschool program for children in the Roseville/Arden Hills/Shoreview communities and surrounding areas. The Center offers a warm and welcoming environment structured around a family model that views students, parents and staff as extended family.
Located within the EagleCrest community run by Presbyterian Homes of Minnesota, the Child Development Center integrates a unique intergenerational dimension in its programs. Through specifically designed and developmentally appropriate activities, children learn to appreciate and interact with the residents of EagleCrest—lovingly referred to as “Grandfriends.”
The Child Development Center is open year-round and serves students ages 16 months through kindergarten.
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