MEO operated childcare center gets new air conditioning

UH-Maui College student Daisy Foronda observes and interacts with children at the MEO Kahi Kamalii Infant and Toddler Center during their morning snack break. The MEO Center provides professional child care services and early childhood education programs for children ages 12 months to 3 years old. — Photo courtesy CESAR GAXIOLA

New air conditioning has been installed at the Kahi Kamalii Infant and Toddler Center, a child care and early childhood education facility operated by Maui Economic Opportunity and managed by the J. Walter Cameron Center.

An outdated air conditioning system was replaced with a modern, energy-efficient system to ensure appropriate office and program space that is conducive to the health and safety of the children served by the program and MEO staff working at the facility.

The project was funded by the county Department of Housing and Human Concerns with the support of Mayor Mike Victorino.

Fifteen infants and toddlers are served by the Kahi Kamalii Infant and Toddler Center.


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