Huntington Mayor Richard Strick Reads to Children at Kids Kampus for Disability Awareness Month
HUNTINGTON, IN - Pathfinder Services and the City of Huntington are collaborating to celebrate March as Disability Awareness Month with several events.
Mayor Richard Strick read to children for Story Time with the Mayor this morning at 10:00 a.m. at Pathfinder Kids Kampus at 435 Campus Street in Huntington.
Pathfinder Kids Kampus is an integrated facility that serves children of all abilities in the same learning space. Kids Kampus offers part-time and full-time traditional childcare to children six weeks through age 12. They also offer an Early Head Start program, which includes center-based, home-based, and prenatal options. This program is offered at no cost to low-income and foster families in need of childcare. EHS utilizes a holistic approach to help parents and children meet individualized goals.
Today and every Friday in March, we are also wearing purple at Pathfinder Services and throughout the City of Huntington for general awareness of Disability Awareness Month.
On Monday, March 15th, Mayor Strick will join artists at Pathfinder Services Creative Abilities at the Café of Hope to do a collaborative painting.