To provide a safe, secure and nurturing environment for unsupervised school children, Sue Manglallan started the first 4-H Youth Development Program after-school childcare program children in San Diego County. The University of California Cooperative Extension 4-H youth and family development advisor will retire Dec. 31 after 30 years of university service in San Diego. In the mid-1990s, Manglallan helped to develop the California School-Age Child Care Center for Action. She led the creation......
Wednesday, 26 December 2018 21:17
Sue Manglallan retires after 30 years of serving youth and families in San Diego CountyWritten by UC blogs Feed
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