Church evicts day care

Delaney, Arthur
July 2007
Hill;7/11/2007, Vol. 14 Issue 83, p28
The article reports on the cancellation of daycare program in Presbyterian Church in Capitol Hill, Washington D.C. The chapel became a "Pony Room" for the Jenkins Hill Child Development Center. however, the governing board of the church decided to cancel the occupation of the center. The church moved upset the parents of the children. According to director Susan Nowak of Jenkins Hill, the heart of Jenkins Hill would be hurt but the church must move on.


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