Looking for childcare
From: Dahako (Dahakoaol.com)
Date: Fri, 2 Jun 2000 13:37:14 -0600 (MDT)
Hi all -

Several of us at Eno Commons are looking at options for childcare and we 
wondered if there is anyone (or anyones) out there in coho-land who would be 
willing to try being an au pair or nanny or other form of childcare provider 

My initial idea was that there might be a late teens/early twenties person who 
has lived in cohousing and is familiar with how independent and interconnected 
our kids can be.  I think we could provide bed (in a non-kid house, if that's 
the preference) and board and access to transportation (if that's needed) in 
exchange for around 30 hours a week of childcare.  As an incentive, there's 
lots to do here when you're not working.  This area has lots of good schools - 
like Duke, NC Central, Durham Technical Community College, UNC-Chapel Hill; a 
good arts and music scene; and lots of opportunities to spend time outdoors in 
natural settings.

Pitch made.  Now my other question - do any groups have a daycare operating in 
their community?  If yes, how it is managed?

Thanks - hope you have a good weekend.

Jessie Handforth Kome
Eno Commons
Durham, NC
Where we have about 16 kids 10-and-under who are trying to figure out what a 
commons house is for (as are we all).  We just opened the commons house, with a 
big party, last weekend.  We've had our first meal and lots of meetings (yes, 
already), and we're trying to get organized to keep the place clean!

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