New day care coming to Superior

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Barbara Arriola is the owner of the new Barbara’s Little Angels Day Care in Superior. (Mila Besich Lira photo)

By Mila Besich Lira

Superior Sun

Barbara’s Little Angel’s Day Care is open for your child care needs.

This tiny cottage on Main Street is home to plenty of toys, books and activities to keep kids of all ages busy and learning.

The child care center is owned and operated by Barbara Arriola. Arriola has several years of experience in working with children, and working with little ones is one of the things she enjoys most, she said.

Little Angels Child Care is located at 685 Main St. and is open from 7 a.m. to 6 p.m., Monday through Friday. Prices start at $19 per day. At this time the center is not DES certified but the location and business license for the child care center has been approved by the Town of Superior. For more information or to reserve your child’s spot at the care center call Barbara at 520-827-0052.

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