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Child care was a common topic that came up many times during our research and strategic planning process. We have developed a Child care Needs Assessment as our first step of this process. This would determine if there is a child care need in our Native American community and if so, what age range.

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Although more public funds for child care are available than ever before, problems of supply and quality continue to limit access to child care for Native American recipients who are low and moderate-income families. These families must cope with ever-rising costs for child care. We have an opportunity to address this need and humbly ask that you participate in our survey.

Current research has shown that the early years (ages 0-5) are the most sensitive for brain development. Over 90% of brain growth occurs during this period. The people who help care for your child are also those who help shape your child’s mind.

Studies show that children who receive quality child care enter school with better math, language, and social skills. These skills give your child a good start to succeed in school and in life.

When your child has safe, loving, and stimulating child care that you can count on, you don’t have to worry while you are at work. You know that your child is getting the kind of care children need to be healthy, happy, and successful.

Society, children, families, employers, communities, and the nation as a whole benefit from high quality child care. Fostering a healthy, successful, future workforce is essential to everyone’s well-being.

We are seeking your assistance with our survey to define this need within our Nanticoke Lenni Lenape community. Thank you in advance for your participation.

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Are you still a victim of Superstorm Sandy?
Are you still displaced from your home, or not quite there yet?
Good news, we may be able to help you with that last small hurdle to get you BACK to where you were before the storm.
We can help with heaters, water heaters, and minor repairs.
Please contact us immediately if you have struggled to get your home back to where it should be.
For more information visit http://www.nativeadvancement.org/sandyfunds.html

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Guinea Hens for Sale
Got ticks, well guinea hens are insect eating. They can make an enormous difference to you bug population. As a matter of fact, guineas eat 90% of all bugs. Ticks thrive in open grassy areas, as well as woods and brush. Guineas are specialist in tick and bug control. You and your yard will be tick free in a matter of days.
Guineas can live and thrive in almost any type of weather environment. Guineas prefer to roost in trees. Any type of shelter can be small.
Guineas only lay eggs from February through August which puts them in high demand for the summer season especially when ticks can nest through the first frost!

If you need guinea hens visit www.theindigenousway.com

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The face remains the same, the only thing that is different is the year! We are still here.
Are you aware that there are many documents from our community that list your family members as “Indian”?
We are in the final stage of compiling our research and need volunteers to help us put it all together. We have all the tools and space necessary for his to be completed. We will train you on the entire process and are available Monday – Friday from 9 am – 4 pm in downtown Bridgeton, NJ.
Not only will you find this information fascinating, but you will also gain knowledge in computer techniques that you will always be able to use. This is a great opportunity for those interested in a new hobby and help the Tribe at the same time.
Eligible volunteers must be at least 16 years old and no older than 129!
If you find this interesting, please contact us as soon as possible. 856-332-3817.
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