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Sacramento kids get new Salvation Army education center!

Submitted by on June 29, 2011 – No Comment

Photo by Ed Loomis

The Salvation Army in Sacramento, California recently opened a two-story, 1,400 square foot Child Development Center to house their day care and after school programs.

Isa Lose has two kids in the after-school program and says she is “excited about the possibilities” her kids and others will have to spread out, explore, learn and grow!

If you’d like to know more about this great new facility, please click here to read Syd Fong’s story and see Ed Loomis’ beautiful photos on the Sacramento Press website.


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