Willow Creek Nutrition Program
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This institution is an equal opportunity provider.
Jacqueline W. Young has been very active in the child care field for the past 20 plus years. She has worked as a nanny, was the assistant director of an afterschool program, and has worked in center base programs, and family and group facilities. In 2007, she was hired as the Executive Director after owning Jump n Jac's Day Care and Preschool for 7 years. Jacque is a mother of four including her godson. She enjoys working with child care providers because she has been in your shoes and knows how rewarding and frustrating it can be.
More than 10,000 Montana boys and girls have been enrolled in one of the 175 child care providers that are or have participated in Willow Creek Nutrition Program.
We opened our doors in October 1997 to a very small group of providers and have seen our numbers grow throughout the years.
"The USDA is an equal opportunity provider and employer"