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A community effort to repurpose an 1895 standpipe in Castine, Maine into a four-thousand square foot learning environment has provided an infant-toddler room, a three & four year-old room, and an after school/community room all centrally located around the atelier or art room.
Mohr Architect of Charlottesville, VA and Southwest Harbor, ME have designed the conversion of the structure, community volunteers have contributed their time and talents for its construction, and financial donors have made it possible to purchase all the needed materials.
By giving today your donation to the Community Childhood Learning Place, a 501(c)(3) non-profit, covers everything from day to day expenses, supplies to nurture our students curiosity, as well as create scholarships to ensure a quality early childhood education for the children of our community.
Your contribution helps us continue to be a place built by the community for the community.
We can continue to provide quality experiences to our children.
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