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‘A born leader’

Charlotte Pirnat leaving after 26 years at Head Start
Charlotte Pirnat, center, executive director of Tri-County Head Start, is retiring after 26 years with the organization. While keeping an eye on the babies in the infant room at the Roberta Shirley Center in mid-June with Lizz Mueller, left, a teacher in training, she said she regrets no longer being able to spend as much time as she used to on the floor with the little ones.
Charlotte Pirnat, executive director of Tri-County Head Start, still loves holding a happy baby as she prepares to retire from the organization after 26 years. One of her big accomplishments is the creation of the new Roberta Shirley Center near the Durango Public Library, where more than 70 children ages 6 weeks to 5 years benefit from the latest in child-development practices.

‘A born leader’

Charlotte Pirnat, center, executive director of Tri-County Head Start, is retiring after 26 years with the organization. While keeping an eye on the babies in the infant room at the Roberta Shirley Center in mid-June with Lizz Mueller, left, a teacher in training, she said she regrets no longer being able to spend as much time as she used to on the floor with the little ones.
Charlotte Pirnat, executive director of Tri-County Head Start, still loves holding a happy baby as she prepares to retire from the organization after 26 years. One of her big accomplishments is the creation of the new Roberta Shirley Center near the Durango Public Library, where more than 70 children ages 6 weeks to 5 years benefit from the latest in child-development practices.
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