Little Lambs Day Care celebrates 30 years of service

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[October 15, 2012]     Send a link to a friend

On Saturday, Little Lambs Day Care in Lincoln celebrated 30 years of offering services to area children.

An open house for the 30th anniversary allowed visitors to tour the facilities, play with lots of toys and enjoy breakfast treats.

Each visitor could enter drawings for prizes while grabbing a muffin and a cup of coffee.

There were scrapbooks on hand that allowed a glimpse into the past of Little Lambs.

The children really enjoyed the magician who performed for them. He showed the children how some of his tricks worked.

Director Gretchen Jones was excited about the celebration of 30 years. She said the best part of the day care was the Little Lambs cycle. Children who grew up attending Little Lambs then worked at the day care and are now bringing their own children.

It is an ongoing cycle that Ms. Jones hopes never ends.

Pictures by Hannah Michalsen

Play-Doh is very serious business.

This little guy gets some help.

The audience takes in the magician's secrets.


The magician shows his thumb cap trick.

This little girl gets a butterfly painted on.










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