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Child Care Council of Suffolk Hosts Champions of Children Awards PDF Print E-mail
Monday, 25 February 2013 00:18

The Child Care Council of Suffolk, Inc. hosted their annual Champions of Children Awards, originally delayed by Superstorm Standy and then threatened by the approach of Snowstorm Nemo,at the Crest Hollow Country Club in Woodbury, New York on February 8.

Dr. Martin R. Cantor, CPA, keynoted the program in which the Care Council of Suffolk honored two Long Island leaders – John Kominicki, president and publisher of Long Island Business News, and Sister Mary Hughes OP of the Dominican Sisters of Amityville. Close to 140 adventurous and dedicated supporters attended the event as the rain changed to snow in what became an historic Long Island blizzard.

The luncheon attendees also were treated to an inspiring musical performance –“Broadway that Brings You Back to Your Childhood” – presented by Broadway stars who are affiliated with the John W. Engeman Theater at Northport.

The Child Care Council of Suffolk is the not-for-profit planning and coordinating agency dedicated to making child care work for all Suffolk County’s diverse communities. Through advocacy, education and resource and referral, CCCS takes a leadership role in supporting children, families, providers, employers and the public to ensure that quality child care takes its place as an integral part of society. In 2011, the Child Care Council of Suffolk became the second organization in the nation to attain Quality Assurance. This distinction establishes the Child Care Council of Suffolk as one of the nation’s leading Child Care Resource and Referral agencies (CCR&Rs).

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