CYP is excited to let you know that we will be offering our first topic in a series of Triple P parenting seminars “The Power of Positive Parenting” on Thursday, May 4th, 6:30 pm-8:00 pm at the Outer Banks Family YMCA. This Triple P Positive Parenting Seminar is geared towards all parents and caregivers with children 2 years-12 years of age. Sponsored by Children & Youth Partnership, Trillium Health Resources, County of Dare, and the Parenting Enrichment Program. Child care will be provided upon request.
Children & Youth Partnership for Dare County is pleased to present its Annual Activity Report for fiscal year 2015-2016. The Partnership is honored to share with you the achievements of CYP's Smart Start Funded activities, as well as the work made possible by the generosity of Dare County government, local businesses, its non-profit partners, and many individuals, as well as foundations and other grantors.
At a recent Friday play group at Children at Play, members of Outer Banks Mommy & Me presented Children & Youth Partnership for Dare County (CYP) with a check for $250.00 to support Dolly Parton's Imagination Library in Dare County.
Recently, the members of the Kiwanis Club of Roanoke Island presented a donation of $500 to Children & Youth Partnership for Dare County (CYP) to support Dolly Parton’s Imagination Library. Pictured in the Front Row- Arturo Lara, Robert Keeney, Allen Cook (President), Carla Heppert (CYP), Jaye Massecar (Treasurer), Virginia Tillett, Doug Moore; Back Row- Thom Scalia, Vance Haskett, Amy Bennett.
Recently, the staff of First Bank presented a donation of $500 to Children & Youth Partnership for Dare County (CYP) to support Dolly Parton's Imagination Library (DPIL). Through Imagination Library, CYP is able to mail new, age-appropriate books to over 1,000 Dare County children each month, helping to strengthen their imaginations and develop a love of reading as early as birth. Pictured from L to R: First Bank employees Liz Minton, Kristi Neal, Assistant Manager Nathan Ladd, CYP Board Member Tess Judge, CYP Early Learning Coordinator Carla Heppert, Manager Gail Hodges, and City Ex