Page 8 April Edition Southern Pines Today Wednesday, April 25th 6:00 – 8:30 p.m. at The Fair Barn. The Sandhills Children’s Center is a private, non-profi t organization that offers an inclusive child developmental day program for children with and without special developmental needs, ages birth through fi ve, twelve months a year. The Children’s Center provides educational programs, therapeutic and nutritional services, and family support that help children with disabilities that may include, Down Syndrome, autism, cerebral palsy and other chronic illnesses and developmental delays. Our Vision & Our Partners – We constantly strive to be a recognized leader and preeminent provider of educational and therapeutic services to young children through continuous organizational growth and collaboration with our community partners. Our inspiration to succeed in our mission comes from the children we serve and their families. We are blessed each day to watch the children in our care meet their special challenges and achieve their developmental milestones. Working with families who daily overcome diffi cult obstacles to provide the very best they can for their children requires a broad support system. Classroom Fun! – Every child is unique and deserves the best start possible. Our goal is to provide a secure and nurturing educational environment for children while offering peace of mind to their families. Join the party with over 70 wines to sip and more than 10 of the best chefs in the Sandhills providing appetizers to sample plus live entertainment. Tickets $45 each before April 16. $60 after April 16. Get tickets online at www.SandhillsChildrensCenter.org (910) 692-3323 Our History – Sandhills Children’s Center opened its doors on September 15, 1970 with Sheri Davis as our fi rst child. At that time, parents and advocates for children were witness to the birth of early intervention programs across the state which North Carolina has been recognized as a leader ever since.