MCEC participants recognized at Early Childhood Excellence Awards

MCEC partnered with Monroe Smart Start  to provide free energy assessments to home-based childcare facilities in Monroe County. Participating home providers received LED light bulbs, faucet aerators, outlet insulators, and weatherization to help them to reduce home energy use and save money on utility costs.13217380_10153457594497484_5670852994946729820_oPhoto credit: Monroe County Community Foundation

By pairing improved environmental quality with improved childcare, local children and their families are healthier, safer and more likely to prosper in the future.13227734_10153457594597484_1365709603980240555_oRobyn and Noel representing Kid Angles Early Education School: Monkey House and Kid Angles Early Education School: Butterfly Bungalow

Providers that completed energy assessments and made energy efficiency improvements were recognized at this year’s Early Childhood Excellence Awards:

  • Marcella Ettinger, Director, Rise and Shine Child Care
  • Jenny Dittfach, Owner, Jenny’s Place
  • Noel Hanson, Owner, Kid Angles Early Education School: Monkey House, Kid Angles Early Education School: Butterfly Bungalow
  • Linda Jackson, Owner, Jack and Jill Daycare
  • Marianna Edmonds-Hogue, Owner, Cookie Club Daycare
  • Jackie Perez, Owner, Little Peeps

The 3rd annual Early Childhood Excellence Awards were held on Thursday, April 14 at WTIU. Read more and see the complete list of 2016 honorees: http://bit.ly/1VMyGnN

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