The St. John’s CDC: “Doing for Others is the Best!”

By Barbara Jo Corriher

On Friday, Oct. 26, St. John’s Rainbow Makers made a rainy day a very happy, sunny day inside our Child Development Center. The Rainbow Makers, teachers and children had a delightful morning laughing, painting, tossing, playing and more.

At the Go Fish station, Gary Taylor attached the package of Gold Fish crackers while Larry Britt helped each child with the fishing pole. Sally Taylor and Jane Britt painted each little face with a pumpkin or a ghost at the face painting station. Amy Ritchie shared a ring toss game that was educational, active and fun. Judy Childress shared stories and even came dressed to impress with her blue, curly wig atop of her head. Lorna Reasor and Barbara Corriher guided the children through the Glow-n-the-Dark painting station. Everyone had the best time and now we hope you will enjoy these pictures. Anytime you wish to experience the happiness of St John’s CDC visit their Facebook page, @stjohnscdc, where the staff constantly shares the good things that are always happening at our CDC.

Please remember to participate in St. John’s CDC toy drive! Contributing to the toy drive is a wonderful way to honor or remember someone during the holiday season. The teachers have each chosen toys for their classrooms and you will find those listed on Amazon’s website.

Go to Amazon’s website.

Go to Find a List or Registry.

Search St. John’s CDC under baby registry.

Proceed to shop and purchase, selecting to have the items delivered directly to the CDC.

Consider asking others to help you buy a more expensive ticket item.

Making a monetary contribution is another wonderful way to support our toy drive. You may make the check out to St. John’s Lutheran Church or you may make it out to St. John’s CDC. Please make sure you write in the check’s memo line: CDC toy drive.

Thank you for supporting our first annual CDC Toy Drive. What fun those children are going to have playing with their new toys!


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