Child Care Forum seeks solutions for Jesup
Parents, business people and other community members are invited to a Child Care Forum to be held Wednesday, Jan. 8 at the Farmers State Bank Community Room.

Beginning at 7 p.m., the Forum is meant to provide an opportunity for discussion regarding the immediate needs for child care in the Jesup community.

Last year, a community survey clearly indicated an immediate need for additional child care options in Jesup.

This Forum is a response to the survey’s expression of need.
“The lack of child care is not only impacting the young families within the community,” said Esther Meuer-Valtchev, “but also is an impact to the economic growth and sustainability of the city.”

Meuer-Valtchev is a Community Development Specialist in Child Care Resource and Referral of Northeast Iowa at Exceptional Persons, Inc.
She continues, “This issue is not just a parent one, but a community one.”

She invites everyone in the community to be part of the child care solution in Jesup.

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