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‘Parents Night Out’ gives moms, dads a very much needed break

Date Posted: 2008-02-28

The combined stresses of balancing jobs and household responsibilities often leave parents with no chance to relax, and Marine Corps Community Services has created a program to counter the symptoms.

Parents Night Out is a new program debuting Saturday, a chance for relief for parents craving some adult-oriented fun without the worry of child care. Parents Night Out will offer parents a respite the first Saturday of each month from 5 p.m. ~ 10:30 p.m. at any Child Development Center or School Age Care facility on Camps Foster, Kinser, Courtney and McTureous.

“Parents Night Out is the perfect opportunity for parents to take advantage of MCCS’ outstanding child care services at either Child Development Centers or School Age Care facilities,” says Cullen Ohashi, CDS Program Coordinator. Parents Night Out is a free programs offered to anyone with a child who needs supervision. Parents who have children already enrolled in the CDC or SAC, participation is automatic.

Ohashi says parents whose children are not registered with MCCS may complete a one-time-use application. “We anticipate this program will be very popular, so we strongly recommend parents make reservations,” Ohashi adds, “but walk-ins will be accepted on a space available basis.

The Parents Night Out program will run through September 5th. MCCS officials say an evaluation then will determine if there’s a need to keep the program.

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