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September 25, 2005

Albany-- Although the extra two days off has some parents and kids happy, some parents express concern about daycare for their children.

Governor Purdue's announcement on Friday left some parents with two days to come up with childcare arrangements for their kids. The folks at the Ritz Cultural Center are aware of that and quickly worked to find ways to accommodate parents.

They're offering some discounted assistance for as low as $5 a day. They'll be open from 7 a.m. to 6 p.m. for kids in kindergarten through 8th grades. They say there's no need to call. Just bring the kids and they'll do the rest.

Kids will have activities, music, dancing and meals. The center is located on North Jackson.

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