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YMCA offers Election Day childcare

The organization is offering reduced childcare (Source:WALB) The organization is offering reduced childcare (Source:WALB)
The event will take place at two locations (Source:WALB) The event will take place at two locations (Source:WALB)
Sarah Mitchell, Assistant Childcare Director (Source:WALB) Sarah Mitchell, Assistant Childcare Director (Source:WALB)
ALBANY, GA (WALB) -

Folks at the Albany Area YMCA are making it a little easier for parents to get out and vote Tuesday.

The Central Facility on Gillionville Road and the Lee County Branch are offering Election Day childcare.

Y members can drop off their kids for free. Others in the community can do so for a small fee.  

"We just felt that it would give everybody an opportunity to get out to vote and drop their children off in a safe environment at the YMCA," Assistant Childcare Director Sarah Mitchell said. 

You can find more information at the organization's Facebook page

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