Administrative assistant Hayley Horne gets a hug from Henry Bryant, 2, and William Bode, 22 months, while getting ready to go outside at the new Generations Early Learning & Family Center at the Mt. Baker Care Center in Bellingham Thursday morning, Feb. 19, 2015. Formerly known as St. Francis Childcare, the center opened in its new space this week.
Administrative assistant Hayley Horne gets a hug from Henry Bryant, 2, and William Bode, 22 months, while getting ready to go outside at the new Generations Early Learning & Family Center at the Mt. Baker Care Center in Bellingham Thursday morning, Feb. 19, 2015. Formerly known as St. Francis Childcare, the center opened in its new space this week. The Bellingham Herald
Administrative assistant Hayley Horne gets a hug from Henry Bryant, 2, and William Bode, 22 months, while getting ready to go outside at the new Generations Early Learning & Family Center at the Mt. Baker Care Center in Bellingham Thursday morning, Feb. 19, 2015. Formerly known as St. Francis Childcare, the center opened in its new space this week. The Bellingham Herald

Longtime Bellingham childcare center opens its doors in new space

February 19, 2015 05:40 PM

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