This business is truly created from the heart. The mission of this organization is stated as follows:
“To value all life as we work daily to represent Christ’s love in the flesh.
To provide a stable, secure environment where families can learn the importance, as well as the joy, value and benefits of physically playing together.
To educate the community of the beauty of true diversity of mind, body and spirit in all aspects of life.”
The Creator’s Kids will offer classes and teams for ages 5-13, as well as supervised socials and teams for ages 14-21. Its goal is to be inclusive of all individuals despite diversity, and is initially directed towards children that are home-schooled. However, this program may be utilized by area schools. A sampling of the classes are art, music, and home economics. The clubs will include drama, vocal and creative dance.
Founders, Lisa and Brian Goff, are the parents of three adopted special needs children.
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