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Month: March 2018

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Year: 1962 Text in Photo: 1t CREW 708 D Pheasant Counc Charles L Sommers ildernessw Canoe Base Region Ten Posted by Charles L. Sommers Alumni Association on 2016-02-05 15:36:00 Tagged: , Charles L. Sommers , Northern Tier , Boy Scouts of America , Canoeing , Boundary Waters ,...

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1962-221

Year: 1962 Text in Photo: CREW 708 E Pheasant Council Wilderness Canoe Base Posted by Charles L. Sommers Alumni Association on 2016-02-05 15:36:19 Tagged: , Charles L. Sommers , Northern Tier , Boy Scouts of America , Canoeing , Boundary Waters ,...

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1962-311

Year: 1962 Text in Photo: CREW 716H Pheasant Counci Posted by Charles L. Sommers Alumni Association on 2016-02-05 15:44:11 Tagged: , Charles L. Sommers , Northern Tier , Boy Scouts of America , Canoeing , Boundary Waters ,...

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The 7 Biggest Mistakes Most New Daycare Owners Make – And How to Avoid Them!

What does it take to be successful in child care? Obviously, you should have a deep & passionate desire to take care of children, a huge amount of patience, and the ability to juggle several tasks at once (such as warming a bottle while helping toddlers with an art project). It also helps if you have a separate space in your home, such as a finished basement, where you can run your child care business. But as if that isn’t enough, there are many things that a successful home daycare owner needs to be good at besides caring for children. Honestly, it can be quite daunting. Things like getting paid on time from parents, writing solid policies & contracts, marketing your business to new potential clients, obtaining the right insurance policy, understanding record-keeping and how it affects your taxes, and overall, just getting started in a manner that will optimize success. To help you get started more successfully, here are seven of the biggest, costliest mistakes women make when starting their own home-based child care business, and how to avoid them. BIG MISTAKE #1: Not doing the proper research on the child care market in your town or city. This is a crucial step that many new child care business owners miss, usually because they’re not sure how to go about it. Or they may think that it’s not...

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Year: 1962 Crew Number: 806 D Guide Name: Jay Poole Comments: Entered by: Ron Miles "Garrett ""Gar"" Mulrooney" Text in Photo: CREW 806 D Pheasant Counci 2 Wilderness Canoe Base Posted by Charles L. Sommers Alumni Association on 2016-02-05 16:05:08 Tagged: , Charles L. Sommers , Northern Tier , Boy Scouts of America , Canoeing , Boundary Waters , ron miles , 806 d , garrett gar mulrooney , jay poole ,...

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