Now imagine going to a childcare center every day where you are lovingly greeted, where the caregivers understand you and your mom, where your environment is stable and you can count on everything being the same, every day.
Imagine this place also helping your mom with basic needs and with referrals to community services that can help her continue her education or find a job.
Imagine them also helping her learn how to parent you more effectively.
To many area children and families this wonderful, stable place is Little Treasures Childcare and
Little Treasures currently serves 18 infants and toddlers at its main site in the
Enter Little Treasures’ board of directors, a group that has been holding fund-raisers, knocking on doors and brainstorming ways to raise the funds needed to save the preschool and find a new home for Little Treasures.
Little Treasures’ board is currently in a big push to organize and sell tickets for a fund-raiser benefiting Little Treasures called the Boo Hoo Ball.
The Boo Hoo Ball will be held at 7 p.m. Oct. 20 at the Duluth Art Institute’s
The evening will include live music from Taconite, hors d’ oeuvres from New Scenic Café and spirits from Last Chance Liquor.
A costume contest and a silent auction will round out the evening’s festivities. Tickets are $65 and can be purchased by calling (218) 348-3517.
“We are hoping the Boo Hoo Ball will become our annual fundraiser,” said Peg Johnson, executive director of Little Treasures Childcare and
The Boo Hoo Ball is being made possible by Republic Bank and through a grant from the Northland Foundation. Additional sponsors currently include Stolat Partners,
Little Treasures Childcare and