by Lisa Webber
Mississauga, Ontario - Local school
Clarkson Co-operative Nursery School (CCNS) is on the look out for parents who
were members decades ago and who would join the school in celebrating its 50th
jubilee as part of the Mississauga community. Founded by parents from the Clarkson Lorne Park community, CCNS
will be celebrating its 50th year with an open house and dinner.
"We are very proud to have been part
of the Clarkson Lorne Park community for 50 years now", says CCNS
president and parent Wendy Chamie.
"Parents from this community have been proactively involved in
their children's school and education for 50 years, we'd like to find some of
those parents from the 60's, 70's and 80's to reminisce and celebrate how CCNS
made a positive impact on their lives in the community."
The date for the jubilee is set for October
26, 2013. There will be an open
house, cocktails and dinner at the school's location – Christ Church United on
Mazo Crescent. The school expects some local
dignitaries to also be in attendance.
Clarkson Co-operative Nursery School has
been offering enriched pre-school programs for children 31 months through 6
years of age for 50 years. With
small class sizes and experienced RECE teachers, CCNS believes that a little parent
participation goes a long way in supporting their efforts to stimulate and
foster discovery in children's early education.
CCNS is asking any alumni members to like our
Jubilee Facebook page (facebook.com/ccnsjubilee) to keep up to date with event
details and to find old friends from their children's formative years. Or go directly to the event site to buy
tickets at ccns50.com.
To learn more about the CCNS Jubilee, please
email the co-chairs Don Cudmore and Wendy Chamie at email@example.com, visit
us on the web at http://www.ccns50.com or on Facebook (http://facebook.com/ccnsjubilee).