One Year Anniversary For Mountain View Child Care Society

The Mountain View Child Care Society recently celebrated its one year anniversary in the community last week. Program Director Jennifer Thompson says they received a grant from the Alberta Government to open an early learning child care centre in Olds last year. Thompson says it offers affordable child care with 26 staff members serving 80 children. They also have a wait list.

The Mountain View Child Care Society has been in the Town of Olds for one year.

The first anniversary celebrations took place on Tuesday, September 10th.

Program Director Jennifer Thompson says they have a wonderful staff that looks after 80 children.

Thompson says the centre is a daycare that provides affordable $25 a day child care.

The Mountain View Child Care Society is located behind the UFA in Olds.

Thompson says they are working on a fundraiser this fall which will help build an outdoor play space at the centre.

Visit www.mvccs.ca for more information.

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