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Posted: Tuesday, October 2, 2012 12:00 am

The Klamath KID Center, a local preschool and childcare nonprofit that often helps parents in need, is hoping the community will help it raise $4,500 to offset funding cutbacks.

It is selling dry, packaged pasta online, at its facility at 3801 Altamont Drive and through families that have children attending the center. As of Monday afternoon the KID Center had raised a little more than $1,400. The sale continues through Oct. 8.

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3 comments:

  • tomas mckenna posted at 8:35 am on Wed, Oct 3, 2012.

    thetdmc Posts: 90

    "..payments are subsidized by the Department of Human Services, said Dave Schober, vice president of operations at the KID Center."

    putz.

     
  • talifornia posted at 2:31 pm on Tue, Oct 2, 2012.

    talifornia Posts: 74

    If you didn't notice tomas they are fundraising! derrrr !

     
  • tomas mckenna posted at 9:19 am on Tue, Oct 2, 2012.

    thetdmc Posts: 90

    I love kids, but if you can't support and care for your own children, don't have them in the first place. You made a decision to have a kid, now assume some responsibility. Stop asking the rest of us to subsidize your lives.

     
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