A Lubbock daycare and a local ministry are teaming up one week after a fire demolished Broad Horizons Learning Center.
My Father's House has opened its doors to the staff and children from Broad Horizon's learning Center. The central Lubbock daycare burned down last Saturday, leaving 130 kids without child-care.
"I think there has been a real spirit of cooperation. It's been real hectic, this week, to blend them in, but I believe that it has worked rather well." said Stephanie McCall, Director of My Father's House.
Broad Horizons is looking for a permanent location. In the meantime, investigators are still trying to find out what caused the fire they say appears suspicious.
Daycare Destroyed By Fire Finds New Home
The parents of the 130 children who attended the daycare were left without a place to take their children this week, that's until an organization stepped to help.
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