Partnerships a community resource.Clinton Community Partnerships for Children (CPC (1) (Central Processing Complex) An IBM mainframe that has two or more central processors (CPs) that share memory. It is the collection of processors, memory and I/O subsystems manufactured with a single serial number, typically all contained in one cabinet. ) is a special program offering many services to families with young children.
One of these programs is The Clinton Early Childhood Resource Center, which offers a Play School program for young children and their parents/guardians. It is also a lending library lend·ing library
A library from which books may be borrowed or rented for a minimal fee. Also called circulating library.
Noun 1. of toys, books, and other resources (for Clinton families only).
Clinton CPC also offers special programs at no charge to families with young children. Among these are parenting workshops and family enrichment enrichment Food industry The addition of vitamins or minerals to a food–eg, wheat, which may have been lost during processing. See White flour; Cf Whole grains. activities.
Pat Hammond, the family support specialist for the program, is available to assist families with finding affordable preschool and child care, resource and referral services, and family support.
This program is housed at 150 School St., Clinton. Call (978) 365-4218 for information.