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Sunflower’s Invest in Kids Campaign continues

Don Damon, left, visits with Jim Johnson, Sunflower Diversified Services executive director. The Damon Foundation has contributed $15,000 to Sunflower’s Invest in Kids program.

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At any given time, about 60 infants and toddlers with special needs will receive direct benefits from the more than $33,000 raised during this summer’s Invest in Kids Campaign at Sunflower Diversified Services. But there is still a long way to go, said Jim Johnson, Sunflower executive director.

Sixty children are usually enrolled in the non-profit agency’s Early Education Center, which was eliminated from Barton County’s budget this year. Sunflower started Invest in Kids in an attempt to recoup the more than $54,000 loss.

In the meantime, county commissioners approved $25,000 in its ...


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