Education Spotlight: Record number of families attend CCC&Y’s Early Childhood Fair. See more local education news here

Oct 1, 2019 | CCC&Y Info & Events

[ngg src=”galleries” ids=”14″ display=”basic_slideshow”]By the Coconino Coalition for Children & Youth

FLAGSTAFF — A record of more than 500 people took part in the Flagstaff’s Festival of Science, CCC&Y’s 9thAnnual Early Childhood Fair on Sept. 28 at Flagstaff High School.

The theme of the event was Full “S.T.E.A.M.” Ahead.

The event provided families with a variety of early child information from such organizations as:

  • Steward HealthChoice AZ
  • Coconino County Health- Dental
  • Kingdom Kids
  • Healthy Families
  • The Guidance Center
  • AZ PBS Kids
  • Brigitte Steinken MA, LAC, and R-DMT (Registered Dance Movement Therapist)
  • Coconino Child Care Health Consultant Family Involvement Center
  • DES Child Support
  • County- Epidemiology
  • NACOG Headstart
  • Mary Beacham Hall (Author)
  • Big Brothers Big Sisters of Flagstaff Coconino County Census Team CPLC Parenting Arizona
  • Child & Family Support Services
  • Coconino County (HHS) AZ Health Zone FUSD- FACTS Program
  • Coconino County Anti-Tobacco Students NACA Native Connections Program Flagstaff Clinic of Naturopathic Medicine Nimble Noggins Preschool
  • Be Smart (Moms Demand Action…) Court Appointed Special Advocates Eagle Crest & Little Ropers (Infant Zone) Building Community
  • Flagstaff Family Food Center North Country Healthcare Flagstaff/Coconino Public Library STEM City
  • FUSD Transportation
  • Association for Supportive Child Care Coconino HHS- Community Services Thrive Skilled Pediatric Care

“Thank you from the bottom of my heart for volunteering, being on the planning committee and/or being a vendor,” said CCC&Y Executive Director Virginia Watahomigie.

Sponsors included the Flagstaff Unified School District, North Country HealthCare, First Things First, Coconino County Health & Human Services, with free bus passes for the entire family provided by Mountain Line.


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