Celebrating ‘Character Counts’


<p class="p1">Celebrating at the January “Character Counts” party is, left to right, Alexus Fry (Encouraging Her Friends), daughter of Stephanie Fry of Sidney, Courtney Mann (Being Honest), daughter of Brandt and Christina Mann of Jackson Center, Adrianna Blair (Showing Kindness), daughter of Sara Gepfrey of Kettlersville, Harleigh Waldroop (Being Responsible), daughter of Brittany Amerine of Sidney and Garret Schweitzer (Respecting the Rules), son of Lesley and Gary Schweitzer of Sidney. The Y Child Development Center celebrates and recognizes great character monthly with a celebration with Director Elizabeth Grace, complete with certificate, stickers, a photo and snacks. The Y’s core values are caring, honesty, respect and responsibility and the center seeks to instill in children quality values that will have a positive impact for a lifetime.

Celebrating at the January “Character Counts” party is, left to right, Alexus Fry (Encouraging Her Friends), daughter of Stephanie Fry of Sidney, Courtney Mann (Being Honest), daughter of Brandt and Christina Mann of Jackson Center, Adrianna Blair (Showing Kindness), daughter of Sara Gepfrey of Kettlersville, Harleigh Waldroop (Being Responsible), daughter of Brittany Amerine of Sidney and Garret Schweitzer (Respecting the Rules), son of Lesley and Gary Schweitzer of Sidney. The Y Child Development Center celebrates and recognizes great character monthly with a celebration with Director Elizabeth Grace, complete with certificate, stickers, a photo and snacks. The Y’s core values are caring, honesty, respect and responsibility and the center seeks to instill in children quality values that will have a positive impact for a lifetime.


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Celebrating at the January “Character Counts” party is, left to right, Alexus Fry (Encouraging Her Friends), daughter of Stephanie Fry of Sidney, Courtney Mann (Being Honest), daughter of Brandt and Christina Mann of Jackson Center, Adrianna Blair (Showing Kindness), daughter of Sara Gepfrey of Kettlersville, Harleigh Waldroop (Being Responsible), daughter of Brittany Amerine of Sidney and Garret Schweitzer (Respecting the Rules), son of Lesley and Gary Schweitzer of Sidney. The Y Child Development Center celebrates and recognizes great character monthly with a celebration with Director Elizabeth Grace, complete with certificate, stickers, a photo and snacks. The Y’s core values are caring, honesty, respect and responsibility and the center seeks to instill in children quality values that will have a positive impact for a lifetime.

Celebrating at the January “Character Counts” party is, left to right, Alexus Fry (Encouraging Her Friends), daughter of Stephanie Fry of Sidney, Courtney Mann (Being Honest), daughter of Brandt and Christina Mann of Jackson Center, Adrianna Blair (Showing Kindness), daughter of Sara Gepfrey of Kettlersville, Harleigh Waldroop (Being Responsible), daughter of Brittany Amerine of Sidney and Garret Schweitzer (Respecting the Rules), son of Lesley and Gary Schweitzer of Sidney. The Y Child Development Center celebrates and recognizes great character monthly with a celebration with Director Elizabeth Grace, complete with certificate, stickers, a photo and snacks. The Y’s core values are caring, honesty, respect and responsibility and the center seeks to instill in children quality values that will have a positive impact for a lifetime.

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Celebrating at the January “Character Counts” party is, left to right, Alexus Fry (Encouraging Her Friends), daughter of Stephanie Fry of Sidney, Courtney Mann (Being Honest), daughter of Brandt and Christina Mann of Jackson Center, Adrianna Blair (Showing Kindness), daughter of Sara Gepfrey of Kettlersville, Harleigh Waldroop (Being Responsible), daughter of Brittany Amerine of Sidney and Garret Schweitzer (Respecting the Rules), son of Lesley and Gary Schweitzer of Sidney. The Y Child Development Center celebrates and recognizes great character monthly with a celebration with Director Elizabeth Grace, complete with certificate, stickers, a photo and snacks. The Y’s core values are caring, honesty, respect and responsibility and the center seeks to instill in children quality values that will have a positive impact for a lifetime. Courtesy photo