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Congrats to our Establishing 3E's grantees

" June 1, 2022 - Establishing 3E’s grant recipients attended MegaCon to showcase their projects.
June 1, 2022 - Grantees of the Establishing 3E's Grant received funding to create or improve gardens at their sites in addition to exploring nutrition education with the children or increasing physical activity through purchase of equipment. The grantees showcased their projects with posters during MegaCon. From left to right: Shonika Kwarteng and Ashlynn Allison of Head Start of Greater Dallas, Colin Swanson of Mainspring Schools, Elvira DeJesus of La Mision Child Care and Kid Kamp, Sherry Alheyari of Texas Tech University Center for Early Head Start, Elizabeth Rivera of Boys & Girls Club-San Juan/Pharr, and Ashley Flowers of Child Care Associates.

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