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Dr. Richard Solomon, medical director of the Ann Arbor Center for Developmental and Behavioral Pediatrics and founder of The P.L.A.Y. Project, will lead a seminar, Teaching P.L.A.Y. to Teachers: Supporting Young Children with ASD in the Classroom, on March 29th in Columbus. The seminar, which is designed… » Read More
We are extremely excited to celebrate the 65th year of Merry Go Round! This year’s event will take place on May 4th 2013 at the Capitol Theatre in the Vern Riffe Center. The theme, 65 Years of Making Merry Tales Come True, speaks to the childlike whimsy of the evening. Click here to go directly… » Read More
Andrea Clark and Carrie Hayes partnered to organize a brunch for the past Merry Go Round Chairs, held December 1st at Scioto Country Club. There was an excellent turn out! The group reminisced while Donna Glanzman helped the ladies develop a list of 65 reasons to attend Merry Go Round.This list will… » Read More
Over the years, Childhood League members and their spouses have come from hundreds of different companies all over central Ohio. Please click on the link below for a detailed list of companies for whom the recent decade of Childhood League members and spouses/partners were employed… CHL Decade… » Read More
July 2012—The importance of early childhood education is well-documented, with studies showing that the return on investment is as much as $17 for every $1 spent. Beyond the financial benefits, a February 2012 Champion of Children report reinforces the critical role preschool plays in a child’s… » Read More
May 7—The Childhood League was pleased to honor six committed supporters at its 64th annual Merry Go Round fundraiser Saturday, May 5 at the Capitol Theatre in the Riffe Center. Lisa Ingram Guy, COO of White Castle and a member of The Childhood League, Inc. Board of Directors, was honored for her… » Read More
COLUMBUS, OH, June 7, 2011- The Columbus City Schools Board of Education today approved a ground lease agreement that permits The Childhood League, Inc. to develop a 4.26 acre site on the northwest corner of the Fort Hayes Campus. Upon completion, the facility will house The Childhood League Center that… » Read More