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Casey Childcare and Kindergarten had some very special guests recently.
In celebration of Seniors Week, 4 October saw the Pakenham Centre host children’s grandparents for an afternoon tea.
Almost 60 much-loved nan’s and pa’s attended the special event, which included the children preparing and serving the delicious foods.
Centre director Deb Porter said it was a “wonderful” afternoon.
“Grandparents day provided a rich experience for children to connect to members of their family, continue to develop in children their sense of belonging, and celebrate and acknowledge the unique relationship grandparents have with their children,” Ms Porter said.
“There was a great turnout. Our grandparents took advantage of the lovely weather and enjoyed the delicious afternoon tea made by the children.”

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