Posted on

i love to grow

This November we remember especially all those who have lost their lives during this pandemic all over the world.

Ash Wednesday marks the beginning of the season of Lent.

During the month of May, we focus on the person of Mary, the Mother of Jesus.
Let us continue to pray with and to Mary that we may be attentive to the word of God.

Ash Wednesday

Let us hold each other in prayer as begin this journey together.

We pray for the grieving families that they may be graced by God with the strength and courage to live with the loss of their loved ones.

Let your child start exploring today! Call for more information 763-792-4428.

Love To Grow On is a nonprofit 501(c)3 corporation operating two child care centers in Circle Pines and Lexington, MN. Founded in 1998, our first center opened in May 1999. Since then, we have helped children aged six weeks through 12 years explore their surroundings, develop their creativity, and make memories to last a lifetime.

Accredited by the National Association for the Education of Young Children, Love To Grow On has a four star Parent Aware rating. Our teachers are highly experienced, having been with our center for many years. They are nurturing and each have a great love for the children they work with. Your child matters at Love To Grow On.

The Love To Grow On Experience

Love To Grow On welcomes family’s receiving childcare assistance and Parent Aware scholarships. We also offer parenting classes on a variety of topics.

L is for Learning, O is for Opportunity, V is for Values, and E is for Encouragement.

Centennial School District provides busing to four District 12 schools. We are open from 6:30 am through 6:00 pm.

Tuition at Love To Grow On is all-inclusive, meaning there are no added costs for activities. As a nonprofit organization it is essential to our mission that every child can participate in all events and activities at Love To Grow On.

“Trish is more than just an accountant. Trish understands how to
seek opportunities for business growth, and how to deliver
strategies to help you seize those opportunities”
– Ramp Brand Communications

One of the most important roles in a business is the Chief Financial
Officer (CFO). Everybody should have someone that keeps their
business both financially safe and thriving.

How to get the most out of your CFO