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4C Of Southern Indiana Annual Spring Conference
Updated March 10, 2017 6:40 AM
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(NEWBURGH) - On Saturday, March 11, 4C of Southern Indiana, Inc. (4C) will host one of the largest annual gatherings of early care and education providers in the region.

More than 400 early childhood education workers from more than fourteen counties in Indiana and Kentucky are expected to attend the meeting.

4C's Annual 4C Spring Conference, the organization's signature event, is an opportunity for preschool teachers, day care providers, child care administrators, and other early education professionals to network, gain valuable professional development and celebrate their achievements.

This year's 4C Spring Conference features a keynote presentation and special break session by Richard Cohen titled, "The Spirit of Play" & "A Bunch of Monkeys". Richard Cohen is a motivational speaker, author, instructor at St. Louis Community College.

The night before will be an interactive sing-a-long for the whole family from 6:30-7:30pm. Richard's Sing-a-longs include lots of old family classics, young children's favorites, unique ones that most may not have heard, and recorded favorites from movie clips. Tickets are available online or at the door.

The 4C Spring Concert and Conference takes place from 8am to 2pm on Saturday, March 11 at First Christian Church, 4544 Old Indiana 261, Newburgh, IN. The keynote presentation goes from 9am-10:30am. View the conference program here. For more information visit or contact Melinda McCormick at (812) 423-4008.

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