Ft. Harrison Center flag
Day Nursery’s Health and Safety Committee members handled most of the details of the picnic planning and setup. (l to r) Faythe Fisher, Mitch Murphy, Colleen White, Sally Coombs, Connie Anderson and Erin Slack. Missing from this picture are Kennette Farthing, Jan Autrey, Victoria Scarborough and Rhonda Roberts
I couldn’t resist the cheesy headline for this post because I have lots of pictures to share and Erin Slack our HR Director and picnic planning superstar shared with me today the list of the winning centers from the various team competitions. Eagle Creek Park Shelter B was hopping Saturday with Day Nursery employees and their family while we played volleyball, badminton, kickball, bocce, and corn hole. Day Nursery provided the main part of the main, delicious BBQ from Squealers and all the staff pitched in a side or dessert.
teams tied for first place in the group activities. Each site won a Visa Gift Card to spend on the staff. Second place went to the State
center and third place was a tie between the Federal
The staff from our center at Fort Harrison won a food gift card for the Best Team Flag.
The Lilly Center won a food gift card for having the Best Game Leader.
Door prize winners were Denise Hancock; EFB; Twannette Harrington; State; Marica White; Federal and Connie Anderson, State.
Thanks to AGIS and Guardian for sponsoring our gift card prizes for the center teams. Also thanks go out to Anthem and Cigna for donating to our prize giveaways.
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I heard from Marla Segal, Director of our Northwest Center after posting the cute picture of the infants at her center in this week’s “Wordless Wednesday” post. She wanted to share more about what goes on in the infant room each day and to give some background on what was happening when I snapped the picture. Marla said, “Ms. Faythe Fisher and Ms. Karen Brown like to have the children sit face to face when they are eating and doing art projects.” This part of their daily routine reinforces the social goals of the The Creative Curriculum®: to help children feel comfortable at school, trust their new enviroment, make friends and feel they are part of the group. Early learning starts with the youngest children at Day Nursery.