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By Michele Smith
The Times 

On-campus location for childcare center moves forward

Rivers Walk Assisted Living on track for Labor Day grand opening


DAYTON—The Hospital Board of Commissioners has given the nod to hospital administrators to have Hallway II at the Booker Rest Home evaluated for turning it into a childcare and early learning facility, as proposed by CCHS CEO Shane McGuire at last week’s board meeting. Hallway II at the rest home is the wing closest to the Touchet River and Rock Hill. It will be empty later this year when many nursing home residents go to live in the new assisted living facility.

McGuire said he was walking around the hospital campus shortly after the Childcare Community Forum on May 23 and thinking abo...

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