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Applications Available for New Pre-K Counts Programs

We are now accepting applications for New Pre-K Counts Classes. SUMCD has been awarded additional grant funds from the PA Department of Education, Office of Child Development and Early Learning (OCDEL) to expand early childhood education in Snyder and Mifflin Counties. New classrooms in Middleburg, Selinsgrove, and Lewistown! DOWNLOAD & COMPLETE YOUR APPLICATION NOW! Microsoft Word (fillable) Adobe Acrobat Reader (print and hand write)
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Annual Meeting of the Corportation

The Annual Meeting of Snyder Union Mifflin Child Development, Inc. will be held on Wednesday, October 22nd at the Shade Mountain Winery from 5:30 – 8:00 p.m. The meeting is open to the public. Board, staff, and policy council members will be in attendance. RSVP By October 20th to Lisa at 966-2845 or LStorer@sumcd.org

Kiwanis Donates to EHS

The Kiwanis Club of Mifflinburg selected our Early Head Start Program as recipient of a $150 donation. The donation was made to SUM Child Development to purchase books for each of the children in the Early Head Start Program who reside in Snyder and Union Counties.Jamie Bartlett, Early Head Start Assistant Coordinator, and Pam Fisher, Early Head Start Home Visitor, attended a recent meeting of the Kiwanis
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SUMCD to hold Auction August 2nd

We are excited to be decluttering or warehouse and storage areas! Spread the word! SUMCD is having an auction! When:      August 2nd; 9:00 a.m. Where:     SUMCD Warehouse 113 Walnut Street, Mifflinburg, PA We will have the following items available for bidding: TWO 7-PASSENGER PLYMOUTH VOYAGERS: We will be auctioning off two Agency Vans. They both are 1999 White 7 Passenger Plymouth Voyagers. One has 140,000
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Healthy Families America hosts a Parent Café for families in Mifflin County

Read about our own Healthy Families America Program’s Parent Café on the PA Promise for Children website. As stated by our board member, Mike McMonigal, “the Parent Cafe was well attended and the participants definitely all seemed very enthusiastic about it. People were glad to know that other parents experience the same things. There were also a lot of positive comments about being able to
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