Graduation Day in Poninka Day Center

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Even though most of DC graduations are usually held at the end of spring or in summer, DC that is called “The House of Friends”, located in the city of Poninka, decided to hold their graduation in fall. The special meeting was held in September, the 13th, which was both the first meeting of the season and graduation for teenagers. Children, who have been visiting the DC for a long time, have got the opportunity to become volunteers in the DC.

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Camp Follow-up Meeting Has Been Organized for Children in Day Centers

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This meeting, held on September the 8th, gathered all the campers from DCs together. Kids were looking forward to meeting their new friends after the camp. They were excited to sing songs together, play games, revise tongue-twisters and watch camp photos again. They had an opportunity to look back at their precious memories about living in the tents, singing near a campfire and having so much fun. 

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Day Center in Zhytomyr Region Organized the Family Day

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At the end of summer, “Holy Star” Day Center organized the Family Day in the village of Mlynyshche. Kids were excited to play games, jump on the trampoline, and eat cotton candy. The team also had a time of fellowship with youth in the evening. They also visited low-income families and brought them presents.

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Day Centers Prepared Children for School

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The Lutsk Day Centers “The Lighthouse” and “The Happy Home” joined together to provide children at a risk with school stationaries. They organized a charity event, where they collected all the school supplies and clothes to bless those kids, who can`t afford to purchase it. 

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The Chronicles of Narnia in the Zhitomir region

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The Day Center "Pilgrim" organized the camp this July in the village of Belkivtsi. The main theme of the camp was based on the story of The Chronicles of Narnia. Children discovered the similarities between the imaginary world of Chronicles and the real one. More than 80 participants, aged 3 to 18, were able to come to the camp. Most of them come from low-income families.

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