Pajama party benefits Lorain homeless shelter


Early childhood education instructor Lisa Robson has fun with preschoolers Luke Mills and Fynlee Morris of Wellington.


JVS students and preschoolers have a blast at the recent pajama party.


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Students in the Lorain County JVS early childhood education program hosted a special evening pajama party in the JVS preschool. Parents and grandparents were invited to drop their preschoolers off for a variety of holiday activities. The children were treated to cookie baking, ornament making, a special story time, and movie. The payment for the evening of childcare services was a pair of new pajamas. Almost 40 pairs were collected for the Neighborhood Alliance Haven Center Homeless Shelter.

Early childhood education instructor Lisa Robson has fun with preschoolers Luke Mills and Fynlee Morris of Wellington.
http://aimmedianetwork.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/25/2015/12/web1_ECE-Pajama.Robson.jpgEarly childhood education instructor Lisa Robson has fun with preschoolers Luke Mills and Fynlee Morris of Wellington.

JVS students and preschoolers have a blast at the recent pajama party.
http://aimmedianetwork.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/25/2015/12/web1_ECE-PajamaGroup.jpgJVS students and preschoolers have a blast at the recent pajama party.