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Little Steps gets big help from civic groups

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Pictured: Jim McClelland, Rotary Club, and Rosy Rubio, Tobosa Developmental Services CEO, work together to lay down playground mats. Rotary Club members, along with Rubio, Little Steps Learning Center Director, Felicia Juarez, and Marketing/Communications Coordinator, Melinda Olivas, spent Saturday morning completing the placement of these tiles. Soon enough, the children of Little Steps will be able to play and tumble in their new play area. Thank you to the Roswell and Pecos valley Rotary Clubs for making this possible. Little Steps Learning Center would like to thank the Roswell and Pecos Valley Rotary Clubs for granting our learning center money to be able to purchase Safety Surfacing Playground Tiles for the 1- and 2-year-old play area. The slip-resistant, cushiony soft surface helps protect children from injury, and that means playtime is more fun and carefree for everybody. (Submitted Photo)

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