Posted on 23 January 2013.
Posted in Cornelius, Fund-raisers, Huntersville
Posted on 22 December 2012.
Caroline Cain dropped off her donation at Ada Jenkins Center.
Five-year-old Caroline Cain of Huntersville did her part for a good cause this week. On Wednesday, she stopped by the Ada Jenkins Center
in Davidson to drop off a donation. The note says: “From my ice cream stand. Carolina.” The upside-down bill is a twenty.
Caroline lives in Huntersville and attends to McKinney Academy in Davidson. She stopped by with her mother, Karin.
Ada Jenkins center is a regional community services center on Gamble Street in Davidson. The center offers a variety of social services to area families, including a food pantry, counseling, free medical and dental clinics and the Learn Works after school program. Info: www.adajenkins.org.
Posted in Fund-raisers, Huntersville, West side
Posted on 13 December 2012.
Davidson-Cornelius Child Development Center
A volunteer construction crew broke through a wall at the center recently to construct a new handicapped access ramp and entrance.
has begun renovations on its Gamble Street building that will allow it to begin offering day care for infants and toddlers in 2013. The center also is in the midst of raising $50,000 to pay for work on the 40-year-old building, on Davidson’s West Side.
Davidson-Cornelius Child Development Center’s annual open house is Thursday, Dec. 13, 6-8pm. It’s at Davidson College Presbyterian Church Congregation House, because of the construction project.
Once completed in early 2013, the expansion will house infants and toddlers, from birth to 12 months. Read the full story
Posted in Uncategorized
Posted on 09 December 2012.
Posted in Calendar, Life in Davidson
Posted on 29 November 2012.
Mayor John Woods posed for photos during his celebrity bartending stint Thursday. (David Boraks/DavidsonNews.net)
Mayor John Woods and Georgia Krueger, director of the Ada Jenkins Center, posed during Thursday’s event at Flatiron Kitchen. (David Boraks/DavidsonNews.net)
Mayor John Woods was serving drinks and passing the tip jar Thursday night as guest bartender at Flatiron Kitchen + Taphouse. All tips for the evening went to support the Ada Jenkins Center, the regional community services center on Gamble Street.
The mayor was a good sport, donning an elf costume for the task. That had guests snapping photos like crazy on their smart phones.
Find out more about Ada Jenkins Center at www.adajenkins.org
Mayor Woods at Flatiron Kitchen. (David Boraks/DavidsonNews.net)
Posted in Business, Downtown & old Davidson, Fund-raisers