[Parentsgroup-list] RE: Parentsgroup-list Digest, Vol 247, Issue 1
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Thu Apr 17 12:55:15 EDT 2008
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> 1. part time nanny needed (Kontos, Emily Zobel)
> 2. Kids concert at a Cambridge KidsCoop (Taeseok Kim)
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> Date: Wed, 16 Apr 2008 13:01:09 -0400
> From: "Kontos, Emily Zobel" <Emily_Kontos at DFCI.HARVARD.EDU>
> Subject: [Parentsgroup-list] part time nanny needed
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> I am looking for a part time nanny for my 9 mo year old daughter ASAP. Her
> pediatrician has strongly urged us to take her out of her current daycare=
> multiple illnesses. I am unable to take time off of school since I am 5 w=
> away from my doctoral qualifying exam and it is only offered again next s=
> year and my husband is unable to take time off from work. Any suggestions=
> be much appreciated.
> Emily Z. Kontos, ScM
> Doctoral Student, Society Human Development and Health
> Harvard School of Public Health
> Research Assistant, Center for Community-based Research
> Dana-Farber Cancer Institute
> 375 Longwood Avenue
> Boston, MA 02115
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> Date: Wed, 16 Apr 2008 14:09:29 -0400
> From: "Taeseok Kim" <kim57 at fas.harvard.edu>
> Subject: [Parentsgroup-list] Kids concert at a Cambridge KidsCoop
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> Hi all,
> I just want to mention that there will be a kids concert to benefit
> Kids' Coop Cambridge on this Saturday as following:
> What: Local Kids band the Pixies Sticks host a Sing Along to benefit Kids'
> Coop Cambridge
> Where: St. James Episcopal Church - 1991 Massachusetts Ave. Cambridge
> When: Saturday, April 19 at 11am
> How much: $5/person; $15/family; under 1 free
> We have currently fall openings. My kid has been member all year,
> and she loves it. Families are mostly from Cambridge and Somerville
> and it's located on Mass Ave. near Porter Square. Depending on where
> you live, it's an easy drive.
> The Coop is well-organized and functions really as a dependable, fun, saf=
> structured long-standing play date. There are 15 families involved
> (some with one kid, some with two); kids are generally 15 mos - 3.5
> years. It's open 9 am - 12 noon following the Cambridge school
> calendar. A parent works one morning and then drops the child off for
> two additional mornings.
> Each family also has an additional job to keep the Coop running smoothly.=
> wonderful! Our daughter has loved it. I've really enjoyed working with
> the other kids and getting to know the other parents. It's perfect for
> people who have flexibility in their schedule (like me, a grad
> student) or stay-at-home or part-time working parents, since there's a
> commitment to work one morning a week. It's about $75/month - we are
> entirely parent-run, so most of the money goes for rent, snacks,
> crafts etc. We don't hire a teacher like some other coops.
> If you are interested, visit www.kidscoopcambridge.com and there's an ema=
> address that goes to our membership parent.
> I'm also happy to answer questions off line at kim57 at fas.harvard.edu.
> Taeseok Kim
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