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Rotary supports Yolo Crisis Nursery

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From front, Kay Resler, Judy Wolf and Allan Telford plant flowers in Laura's Garden at the Yolo Crisis Nursery. All three are leaders of the Rotary Club of Davis, which has provided ongoing support for the nursery over the past decade. Fred Gladdis/Enterprise photo

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From page A7 | May 20, 2014 |

From front, Kay Resler, Judy Wolf and Allan Telford plant flowers in Laura’s Garden at the Yolo Crisis Nursery. All three are leaders of the Rotary Club of Davis, which has provided ongoing support for the nursery since its inception as part of the club’s Child Abuse Prevention Program.

The Yolo Crisis Nursery provides a safe haven for families in crisis, serving children from birth through age 5. EMQ FamiliesFirst has announced it will close the nursery on June 30, but Friends of the Yolo Crisis Nursery, Rotary Clubs and private individuals and companies are attempting to raise $100,000 to keep the nursery open. A total of $75,000 has been raised. To donate to the nursery’s online fundraising campaign, “One Child, One Day,” visit https://donatenow.networkforgood.org/friendsofYCN.

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