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Sharing the TLC: The staff of Therapy Learning Center and members of the Driscoll family celebrate the center’s new signage and flag pole.
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Snip, snip, hooray! The Therapy Learning Center cut the ribbon on the new signage and flag pole installed on Sept. 28.

Special thanks to the Driscoll family for its generosity in donating enough funds for the school to complete the project.

Students from Bishop Loughlin Memorial High School honored the flag, our country, and the new pole and signage by performing the “Star-Spangled Banner,” along with guests, students, and staff.

Therapy Learning Center has provided the best in early childhood eduction for more than 25 years with excellently trained teachers, a dedicated staff, and highly qualified therapists.

“Great things are happening at the school,” says executive director Timothy Behr.

Standing O is excited to share the good news.

Therapy Learning Center, Inc. [1723 Eighth Ave. at 17th Street in Park Slope, (718) 290–2700].

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Updated 11:48 am, January 16, 2019
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