Young Wonders Hamilton Celebrates 45th Anniversary

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The ribbon cutting ceremony to mark the 45th anniversary of Young Wonders Hamilton!

The Young Wonders Child Development Center Hamilton celebrated it’s 45th anniversary on March 13, 2018.

Hamilton Township Mayor Kelly Yaede cut the ribbon to mark this milestone, and was joined by Judy Hutton (CEO, YWCA Princeton), Liza Zauner (Director of the Young Wonders Program), Cecy Weeast (Director of Latinas Unidas), Claudia Schutts, Marty Flynn and the children who enjoy the tradition of this very special preschool on Nottingham Way.

From L-R: Mayor Kelly Yaede, Judy Hutton and Liza Zauner.

The Young Wonders Child Development Center was established in 1972, and over the years has added all-day classes as well as before and after school care where working parents could have a safe environment to leave their children in.

Young Wonders has maintained a rich history of traditional values and character development, along with a nurturing family environment. The staff inspires creativity, hands on science, math and social studies. To learn more about the Young Wonders program at Hamilton, please visit here.