Thank you Neighborhood Cooperative Nursery School and Winchester’s Disability Access Commission
The GINN Playground Restoration Project just received generous contributions from two local Winchester organizations. The Neighborhood Cooperative Nursery School and Winchester’s Disability Access Commission. We truly appreciate their contributions to this important initiative to revitalize one of Winchester’s community landmarks. More information regarding both of these organizations is noted below.
With these contributions, the total raised since October is over $81,000. We still need your help however since the total cost of the playground is estimated to be approximately $300,000. If you haven’t already sent in your contribution or you lost your form you can pay via PayPal under Donate Here or print and send in the following form. With your help we can BeGINN Again!!
The Neighborhood Cooperative Nursery School (NCNS) is a Co-operative preschool with strong parental involvement in classroom activities and an emphasis on small class sizes. NCNS welcomes children 2.9 to five years of age. The school schedule includes morning and afternoon classes with extended day options for all. NCNS provides a safe, nurturing environment where each child can develop in his or her unique and special way. NCNS currently has openings for the 2010/2011 school year and invites all who are interested to an informational Open House on Thursday, February 4, at 7pm at 21 Church St in Winchester.
For more information, contact Jan DiPerna at 781-729-8081 or visit http://www.neighborhoodcoop.com.
The Disability Access Commission carries out programs in coordination with programs of the State Office of Handicapped Affairs in order to bring out full and equal participation in all aspects of life in the Town of people with disabilities. They meet regularly at Town Hall. Please contact Winchester Town Hall to find out the current schedule.