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Newsmakers To Air Sunday-December 13, 2009-

Wyoming Valley Childrens Association will be featured on Newsmakers.

  The Wyoming Valley Children’s Association is the topic of this Sunday’s

WBRE TV Newsmakers. 



The public affairs program is hosted Senior Producer Jayne Ann Bugda

and Andy Mehalshick .

    Giving Every Child the Opportunity to Excel is the mission of the Wyoming Valley Children’s Association.  The agency is celebrating 85 years in the community.  WVCA provides early childhood education along with programs and services for children with developmental disabilities.

     Bugda and Mehalshick will have as their guests Sharon Harry, Executive Director of WVCA, Kevin Kane, President the WVCA of the Board of Directors, Chris Granahan, a parent who’s child attends WVCA.  Father Jim Paisley of St. Therese’s Church in Shavertown will also be part of the panel.  Rev. Paisley recently recorded a Christmas CD “My Grown-up Christmas Wish” for the agency.  The proceeds will benefit the programs and services the WVCA offers.  Rev. Paisley will discuss the making of CD.

    The group will talk about the history of WVCA and its programs.  The panel will also discuss how the agency is planning for the next 85 years.

     Newsmakers will air Sunday, December 13 at 5:30 a.m. and 11 a.m. on WBRE TV.  The program will be re-broadcasted on Sunday, December 20th at 5:30 a.m. on WBRE.  It will also air Saturday, December 19th at 6 a.m. on WYOU TV.

 

    http://www.wvcakids.org     

  Wyoming Valley Children’s Association
1133 Wyoming Avenue
Forty Fort, PA 18704

Phone: (570) 714-1246
Fax: (570) 714-1249

 

 

 

    Father Paisley’s Christmas CD “My Grown Up Christmas Wish’

  is available at Galley of Sound, Thomas’ Markets, The Guild Studios, Washko’s Pharmacy Hazleton, Francine’s Beauty Shop Hazleton,

  Saint Therese’s Shavertown, Wyoming Valley Children’s Association.

 

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