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From an amazing  50 year Anniversary Gala celebration on Wednesday evening to a Closing Session reflecting on the profound impact of Head Start and its successes, the past 24 hours certainly have been a whirlwind!
Given that I have been blogging away these past few days I thought perhaps I should introduce myself. My name is Evita Almassi and I provide NHSA’s voice on our social media outlets.
“Life is a gift to be given to others in service. That is what Head Start is about.” - Cornell Brooks, President of the NAACP, at the Opening Session.
The National Head Start Association’s 50th Anniversary Conference is now underway and is wrapping up it’s first full day!
Black History Month was officially recognized by the United States in 1976, for Americans to “seize the opportunity to honor the too-often neglected accomplishments of black Americans in every area
This story of accomplished alum Mike Holt, from the very first class of Head Start in 1965, was published in the Birmingham News on January 14, 2015.
Excerpt from remarks made at NHSA’s Parent Conference in New Orleans on December 9, 2014:
The Little Traverse Baby Bands Head Start Center of Michigan has a very strong relationship with the Native American Community.

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