YWCA York Reopens Child Care on June 8th

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YWCA York Reopens Child Care on June 8th

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Child Care and Summer Day Camps Begin on June 8th

York, PA – (May 22, 2020). YWCA York’s EARLY LEARNING CENTER WILL REOPEN ON MONDAY, JUNE 8TH. Detailed policies related to COVID-19 guidelines will be emailed to registered families. New applications are being accepted.

YWCA York operates an Early Learning Center for children ages six weeks to three years old in a creative, nurturing environment, complete with a new outdoor classroom for additional exploration. We provide a Creative and Anti-Bias Curriculum as well as breakfast, lunch, and an afternoon snack. Center hours are 6:30 AM to 6:00 PM.

This year YWCA York is offering a summer program for school-age children at 320 E. Market Street beginning on Monday June 8th. The program fee includes breakfast, lunch and afternoon snacks each day. The Summer Sac program provides an opportunity to connect with friends and make new ones following the community restrictions imposed by the COVID-19 crisis. Our young people are ready to spend time together having fun!

YWCA York is a nonprofit organization with the mission of eliminating racism and empowering women. Chartered in 1891, YWCA York has a long and rich history of creating opportunities for women’s growth, leadership and power through a common vision: peace, justice, freedom and dignity for all.  Over 28,000 people are serve each year through the programs and services offered throughout York County. Worldwide, the YWCA impacts more than 25 million people in over 120 countries. For information about the YWCA York, visit our website, www.ywcayork.org.