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JCC Chicago Early Childhood at Florence G. Heller JCC *

524 W. Melrose Ave.
Chicago, IL 60657
Phone: (773) 938-8340
Fax: (773) 871-0224
Email: rweber@jccchicago.org
Web: http://www.jccchicagoearlychildhood.org
Contact: Rachel Weber

At JCC Chicago Early Childhood at Florence G. Heller JCC, located in Chicago's Lakeview neighborhood, your child is at the center of all we do. We strive to provide the foundation for children to develop and grow while bringing Jewish values to life. Our professional, loving, one-of-a-kind educators help your family feel that Florence G. Heller JCC is your home away from home. From incredible classrooms to our beautiful outdoor space, your child will have endless opportunities to learn, play, grow and make friends that last a lifetime. For ages 6 weeks - 4 years.

 

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