November 19, 2014

Early Childhood Resource Center recognized for community stewardship

The Canton Regional Chamber of Commerce recognized the Early Childhood Resource Center with an award of appreciation for outstanding community service and enhancing the welfare of Stark County during the chamber’s 45th annual Community Salute Awards dinner November 5.

More than 300 community members attended the event, where the chamber recognized individuals, businesses and organizations with one award of merit and several awards of appreciation. Award of appreciation winners included the Early Childhood Resource Center, Robert Leibensperger, Jeffrey Dreyer and Kent State University at Stark.

As a ministry of the Sisters of Charity Health System and in the spirit of the Sisters of Charity of St. Augustine, the mission of the Early Childhood Resource Center is to promote the healthy development of young children by improving the quality of their early education and care through comprehensive programming, resources, and support services for families and early childhood professionals. The center is also an advocate at the state level and promotes the professionalism of the early childhood field.

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