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Annual Meeting Notice

The Annual Meeting of Snyder Union Mifflin Child Development, Inc. will be held on Tuesday, April 25, 2017, at the Shade Mountain Winery at 5:30 p.m. The meeting is open to the public. Board members, Policy Council members, parents, and staff will be in attendance. RSVP By Wednesday, April 19th to Lisa at 966-2845 or LStorer@sumcd.org.


Carol Budd Receives Housing Authority Award

The Union County Housing Authority presented the Charles W. Winslow Memorial Award to Carol Budd, Family Community Engagement Director of Snyder Union Mifflin Child Development (SUMCD). The Award was presented to Ms. Budd at a luncheon held at the Country Cupboard in Lewisburg. Also in attendance was Susan Snyder, SUMCD CFO. The award for service is given to someone who has made a significant
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Twenty-seven thousand meals!

Snyder Union Mifflin Child Development (SUMCD), like many, will start out the New Year with a focus on health and nutrition. However, at the SUMCD children’s centers, health and nutrition are AWLAYS a priority. Good nutrition is essential to good health. Since food habits develop at an early age, it is especially important to expose young children to foods that nurture healthy development and
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SUMCD, Children & Families Grateful To Local Businesses, Organizations

The lobby and basement of the agency’s central office in Mifflinburg looked like Santa’s Workshop for a couple weeks! For many years now, SUM Child Development has received donations of toys, books, clothing, etc. during the holidays, to give to children and families served by the agency’s Head Start and Early Head Start Programs. Families are provided the opportunity to take part in the
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Lights On After School-October 17th

Lights On After School is a national day set aside to recognize and celebrate after school programs. This day offers an opportunity for our after school community to build relationships and visibility on a local level. Celebrating Lights On After School contributes to the strong, unified message about the importance of after school in Pennsylvania.  So join 7,500 communities and 1 million Americans in
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