SUCAP celebrates 50 years of building community

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SUCAP celebrates 50 years of building community

From babies to seniors, nonprofit provides services for many in Ignacio area
John Scott pauses between play and learning time in the 3- to 5-year-old class at Head Start in Ignacio on Monday. Combined with Early Head Start, the program serves about 190 children each year as part of the Southern Ute Community Action Programs, which turns 50 this year.
Head Start instructor Amber Saiz holds Aiden Martinez, left and Reagan Toledo during play time for the 15-month to 3-year-old class at Head Start in Ignacio on Monday. Head Start is one of several programs the Southern Ute Community Action Programs. It helps fulfill the SUCAP’s commitment to total community development.
A story read during “circle time” in a Head Start class in Ignacio on Monday has every students’ rapt attention. SUCAP, which runs the program, has a $7.4 million budget and 118 employees, making it one of the largest nonprofits in La Plata County.
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Southern Ute Community Action Programs is celebrating its 50th anniversary with a party from 3 to 7 p.m. Friday. The event will feature music, food, a silent auction and family activities.
Visit www.sucap.org to learn more about the organization.

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SUCAP celebrates 50 years of building community

John Scott pauses between play and learning time in the 3- to 5-year-old class at Head Start in Ignacio on Monday. Combined with Early Head Start, the program serves about 190 children each year as part of the Southern Ute Community Action Programs, which turns 50 this year.
Head Start instructor Amber Saiz holds Aiden Martinez, left and Reagan Toledo during play time for the 15-month to 3-year-old class at Head Start in Ignacio on Monday. Head Start is one of several programs the Southern Ute Community Action Programs. It helps fulfill the SUCAP’s commitment to total community development.
A story read during “circle time” in a Head Start class in Ignacio on Monday has every students’ rapt attention. SUCAP, which runs the program, has a $7.4 million budget and 118 employees, making it one of the largest nonprofits in La Plata County.
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