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Photos are of the Monday/Wednesday/Friday morning "Anaboliset Aineet" class with teacher/director Mrs. Vicki "Anabolika Definition" Wilkinson. The third picture shows the students meeting their new class pet, "Tinkerbell," a hamster.

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The Grand Island Cooperative Nursery School began its 58th year on Sept 13, 2006. The o op,?as it is also known, began in 1948 in the basement of the Mazenauer home on West Oakfield Road. Through the years it has been moved to the Old Trinity Church, and then to its present location in the New Trinity building where classes have been held since 1986.

Although there have been many changes throughout the years, the Comprar Levitra basic school philosophy is still "Oxandrolone Powder India" the same. The nursery school is based on a ands on?learning environment. Parents and teachers work together to help the children grow and learn at their own pace.

For registration information or to visit the school, call 773 3670.

The graduating classes of 2006 from the Grand Island Coop Nursery School are shown:

(left) children from the Mon./Wed./Fri. afternoon class; (right) Mon./Wed./Fri. morning class

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A few openings remain for the Grand Island Cooperative Nursery School. The school offers morning and afternoon classes, three days a week on Monday/Wednesday/Friday (4 year olds) or two days per week on Tuesday/Thursday (3 year old). For an application or more information call 773?670.

The Grand Island Cooperative Nursery School operates at Trinity United Methodist Church, 2100 Whitehaven Road with a staff of three teachers and 72 students annually.

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Grand Island Cooperative Nursery School students, siblings and parents enjoyed the school's end of the year picnic on the grounds of Trinity UM Church, Whitehaven Road. Graphics, McDonald's and Frito Lay.

The children and their families had a wonderful time.

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The Grand Island Cooperative Nursery School students and teachers have had a very enjoyable spring sessions that included trips Anavar Que Es to the Niagara Falls Aquarium and to the Grand Island Fire Company headquarters on Baseline Road.

Registration for the 2006 2007 school year is now being accepted. The school offers morning and afternoon classes, three days a week on Monday/Wednesday/Friday (4 year olds) or two days per week on Tuesday/Thursday (3 year old). For an application or more information call 773?670. Wednesday, April 26, 2006 in the family room of Trinity UM Church, 2100 Whitehaven Road. Sidway School teachers, Mrs. Karolyn Ivancie And Mrs. Renee Luzi, will present information on ways to help prepare children for kindergarten. They will also be available to answer questions or concerns regarding preparation for kindergarten. "This will be an excellent opportunity to meet and speak to these educators and learn first hand what is expected of our children when they enter Kindergarten," a Coop Nursery School spokesman said this week. The program is for parents only.

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Registration for the 2006 2007 school year is now being accepted for the Grand Island Cooperative Nursery Bolt 200m Video School. The school offers morning and afternoon classes, three days a week on Monday/Wednesday/Friday (4 year olds) or two days per week on Tuesday/Thursday (3 year old). For an application or more information call 773?670.

The Grand Island Cooperative Nursery School was founded in 1948 by a group of nine families. Since 1953, the school has been operating at Trinity United Equipoise Ethics Methodist Church on Whitehaven Road with a staff of three teachers and 72 students annually.

The Coop Nursery School as it is commonly referred, believes in a "hands on" learning environment. Children are encouraged to learn, discover and grow at their own pace. "Socialization is very important at this tender young age," a spokesman for the school said this week. "We look forward to celebrating our 58th year with your family," she said.

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Grand Island Cooperative Nursery School began its 57th year with the appointments of new teachers, Nancy Major and Julie Estenoz. Mrs. Major will serve as the new part time teacher for the M/W/F classes and Ms. Estenoz is the new part time teacher for the T/Th classes.

The teachers are no strangers to Grand Island Coop as their children, now students in the Island school system, attended the Nursery School and Ms. Estenoz also was a student at the School. Mrs. Janowsky, who began teaching at the Coop Nursery School 24 "4-chlorodehydromethyltestosterone Ireland" years ago and officially retired in May 2005, lives with her husband, Dale, on Stony Point Road.

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