By Janet Goetze
For the Hollywood Star News
ChildRoots has purchased the 3,700-square-foot building that was occupied by the Perry’s on Fremont restaurant until it closed in September 2013. The new center, caring for children from six weeks to six years old, will have four classrooms with a capacity of 50 children. It also will have an outdoor area for play and an art and science laboratory.
Christina Unga, executive director of ChildRoots, said she is investing $300,000 to remodel the former restaurant. She will hire 14 teachers and staff members for the programs. An on-site chef will provide organic, vegetarian meals and snacks.
Enrollment information is available from Unga at moc.s1503216086toord1503216086lihc@1503216086anits1503216086irhc1503216086. The program’s website is www.childroots.com.