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Chasing child care needs

Riverhouse’s new building helps, but struggle for space continues
Matthew Ginnold, 3, soon will be looking out a brand new window at the new Riverhouse Children’s Center under construction on Florida Road. Durango is facing a child care shortage. Riverhouse’s new building will open space for eight children, but one child care expert in the region says that’s only “a drop in the bucket.”
Riverhouse Children’s Center teacher, Claudia Wethall, video tapes Alex Chasse, 3, during class.
Riverhouse Children’s Center board members Kim Barker, left; Jessica Obleton, second from left; along with Neil Dolder, site superintendent with Jaynes Construction, and Brenna Abeyta, executive director of Riverhouse Children’s Center, leave Riverhouse’s new children’s center under construction on Florida Road.
The current location of the Riverhouse Children’s Center on Animas View Drive used to be a bed-and-breakfast.

Chasing child care needs

Matthew Ginnold, 3, soon will be looking out a brand new window at the new Riverhouse Children’s Center under construction on Florida Road. Durango is facing a child care shortage. Riverhouse’s new building will open space for eight children, but one child care expert in the region says that’s only “a drop in the bucket.”
Riverhouse Children’s Center teacher, Claudia Wethall, video tapes Alex Chasse, 3, during class.
Riverhouse Children’s Center board members Kim Barker, left; Jessica Obleton, second from left; along with Neil Dolder, site superintendent with Jaynes Construction, and Brenna Abeyta, executive director of Riverhouse Children’s Center, leave Riverhouse’s new children’s center under construction on Florida Road.
The current location of the Riverhouse Children’s Center on Animas View Drive used to be a bed-and-breakfast.
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