Article by Mel Ulle
Anniversaries for nonprofits are usually ho-hum moments in time touted by the organization as a not-so-subtle tool for fundraising, or for getting good press, or just reminding the world that they’re still around.
The 50th anniversary of Mile High Early Learning is different. It’s a legit reason to celebrate the organization and the heroic efforts of the women who have led the charge for quality early childhood education in our fine state. And it’s a moment when we should all be thanking the women who came before us and fought for our ability to earn a living.
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