Northern Kentucky Community Action Commission announces their renovated Head Start Center 

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The Northern Kentucky Community Action Commission recently announced the ribbon cutting ceremony for its newly renovated Head Start Center in Burlington.

The ceremony will be held Oct. 13 at noon at 3261 Maplewood Drive. 

The $3.2 million renovation includes a sensory learning room, a parent area, an improved gymnasium, a commercial kitchen, an upgraded playground, new classrooms with restrooms that connect inside and a new parking lot and child drop-off area.

“The improvements to the center will not only benefit the children and families enrolled, but also the community as a whole, as the renovations include making the facility accessible to the entire community in the event of a disaster in the area,” said Catrena Bowman, executive director of the Northern Kentucky Community Action Commission.

 The Administration for Children and Families, Office of Head Start, Eric Browne Engineering, Moody Nolan, Motz Engineering, A&A Landscaping, Reigler Asphalt and Greater Comfort Heating and Air also collaborated on the renovation. 

More information on the Burlington Head Start Center and information on all of the Community Action Commission locations, programs and services can be found on the organization’s website.

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