ROCHELLE — Three weeks ago, fifth through eighth grade students enrolled in the HUB Project afterschool program signed up to learn practical babysitting skills through Rochelle Community Hospital’s “Safe Sitter” babysitting program.
Last Friday, 17 students graduated from the program as official “Safe Sitters” at a graduation ceremony lead by program coordinator Emily Anaya and Rochelle Community Hospital Chief Executive Officer Mark Batty.
The course enabled students to take away skills that will make them credible, safe and now marketable babysitters both within their own homes and within the Rochelle area.
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