Diaper Bag – from the Family First Pregnancy Care Center in Oracle

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April 14-May 11 is the Pinal Diaper Drive. This is the second annual diaper drive to collect incontinent supplies for the agencies that serve infants, disabled and the elderly in our county. There will be boxes at the Dollar stores, Sun Life clinics and schools in the area. Cash and checks will be accepted at Family First Pregnancy Care Center made out to the Family Diaper Bank.

Come join our regular story time on Wednesdays from 10 – 11 a.m. The story, activity and snacks are for infants and toddlers and their moms. This is a great opportunity to meet new friends and socialize.

Need diapers, formula, baby clothes or car seat? Enroll in the Earn While You Learn Program every Monday, Wednesday, and Friday from 9:30 a.m. – 4:30 p.m. Earn While You Learn provides families with valuable education from prenatal care to basic life skills. For further information on our services call us at 520-896-9545 or website www.familyfirstpcc.org.

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