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CCKC Family Fun Day

CCKC Family Fun Day

Come out on June 11th to CCKC’s Family Fun Day!! Family Fun Day Saturday, June 11th, 2022

Childcare Needs Survey

Childcare Needs Survey

Childcare Needs Survey Do you need Childcare? Please take survey to let us know!

New Monthly Newsletter

New Monthly Newsletter

Check out our Monthly Newsletter: MARCH_CCKCNewsletter FEBRUARY_CCKCNewsletter JANUARY_CCKCNewsletter DECEMBER_CCKCNewsletter SEPTEMBER_CCKCNewsletter AUGUST_CCKCNewsletter MAY_CCKCNewsletter April_CCKCNewsletter MARCH_CCKCNewsletter FEB_CCKCNewsletter Jan_CCKCNewsletter Dec_CCKCNewsletter_    

FREE Baby Supplies Available

Are you in need of baby formula? FEMA has graciously donated these supplies to Custer County Kids Council for families...

Mothers of Preschoolers

Mothers of Preschoolers (MOPS) meets the 2nd and 4th Monday of each month, starting at 9:30 a.m. at Valley Bible...

Art Encounters: Sangres Art Guild

Sangres Art Guild (SAG) is continuing to offer Art Encounters, monthly art classes for children ages 3-6. On the 3rd...

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Working across the community to support young families to ensure bright futures

The Custer County Kids Council (CCKC) works across the community to support young children and families to ensure bright futures. We all have a role to play in preparing our kids for a healthy and successful future.

No matter how we interact with young children — whether we’re parents, grandparents, friends, neighbors, early childhood professionals, community leaders, or a local business — we all can play a role in giving kids a strong start in life.

Custer County has a variety of dedicated organizations working to provide young children in our community with health screenings, health and dental care, quality day care, family services and education, and other programs essential for early childhood.