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YORK, Pa. -- Rutter’s recently donated $60,000 to the Crispus Attucks Association for its Early Learning Center here. The funds will provide scholarships to low-income residents, allowing recipients to enroll their children in the center.
"Crispus Attucks has a long history of providing opportunities to residents in the York community," Scott Hartman, president and CEO of Rutter’s Farm Stores, said in a statement. "The Early Learning Center enhances educational opportunities for children and provides peace of mind to working parents, who can take comfort knowing that their children are in a safe, nurturing environment. Rutter’s is proud to support Crispus Attucks and all the good things it does for the community."
The Early Learning Center has a current enrolment of approximately 120 students, ages 3 months to 12 years. Crispus Attucks is in the process of building a new Early Learning Center that will allow it to increase enrolment to 170 children.