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Lupinacci Tours Child Care Council Of Suffolk County

Assemblyman Chad Lupinacci meets with Child Care Council of Suffolk County's Executive Director, Janet Walerstein.
Assemblyman Chad Lupinacci meets with Child Care Council of Suffolk County's Executive Director, Janet Walerstein.

Assemblyman Chad Lupinacci (R,C,WF,I-Huntington Station) recently met with Janet Walerstein and other officials from Child Care Council of Suffolk County and toured their facility. Child Care Council of Suffolk County works with parents, providers and businesses so that every child can be in a quality child care program.

“To many, our children are the most precious part of our world,” said Lupinacci. “Fortunately, the staff at the Child Care Council of Suffolk County helps parents ensure their children receive the quality care they need and deserve. I want to thank Janet and all the staff at Child Care Council for allowing me to tour their facility and learn about what they do.”

Child Care Council of Suffolk County is a not-for-profit planning and coordinating agency dedicated to making child care work for all of Suffolk County's diverse communities. Through advocacy, education and resource and referral the Council takes a leadership role in supporting children, families, providers, employers and the public to ensure that quality child care takes its place as an integral part of society. For more information on the organization, please visit http://www.childcaresuffolk.org/Home.aspx.

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