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Free ‘How to Start a Child Care Business’ seminar in Arcadia (01/16/2006)
The Western Dairyland Child Care Business Development Center is hosting a one-hour seminar on "How to Start a Child Care Business" in Arcadia, Wis., on Wednesday, January 25, at 6:30 p.m. This seminar will be held in the conference room of the Ashley Furniture Home Store, 343 Dettloff Drive, Arcadia, Wis. Space is limited. To register contact Christina Thrun at 715-836-7511 ext. 175 or cthrun@westerndairyland.org.

This brief one-hour seminar will cover the basics of how you can earn money without leaving home, including what you need to do to start a child care business as well as the many benefits of starting a child care business. Door prizes will be awarded. The Child Care Business Development Center is encouraging anyone interested in opening an in-home family child care business or a child care center to attend the free seminar.

There is a big need in Arcadia for quality child care, especially for second shift and rotating shift care. Finding child care during these shifts is difficult for parents, but due to the industry in the area there are a number of parents needing care during these times. For this reason, the Western Dairyland's Child Care Business Development Center feels it is vital to expand the number of quality child care providers in the Arcadia area for all shifts of child care.

The Western Dairyland Child Care Business Development Center is a collaboration of Western Dairyland's Child Care Partnership Resource and Referral and Western Dairyland's Business Center. The Child Care Business Development Center is funded through a grant award from the U.S. Department of Agriculture's Rural Business Enterprise Grant Program. The goal of the Center is to increase the success rate of child care businesses through providing additional assistance to providers.

 

 

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