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WADSWORTH FIRST
MENNONITE
COMMUNITY
OUTREACH


TREASE ROAD
CHILD CARE
CENTER
VISIT THE CENTER'S OWN WEBSITE
TRCC sign TREASE ROAD CHILD CARE CENTER is a state-licensed, non-profit organization owned and subsidized by The First Mennonite Church. TRCCC accepts children 18 months to 10 years of age. Programs offered include developmentally appropriate Toddler, Pre-School, and latch-key programs. Our Trease Road Child Care staff realizes that each child is a unique individual, and therefore each is treated with respect. The development of a positive concept of self through emphasis on successes in an environment of acceptance is our first and foremost goal.  We strive constantly to maintain a secure, safe, clean and nurturing environment for each child in our care - "a home away from home". TRCCC uses the Sunday School rooms of the church (newly air conditioned), and is licensed to serve 93 children. Amenities include a safe, fenced, playground, with an extensive climbing gym, assembled by volunteers! Click HERE to see photos of the construction on April 17, 2004!
Children
Cartoon tots
The center is open year round M-F 7:00 am - 6:00 pm. For additional information please contact:

Mary Siebel (330) 336-8108
or Email

You may read the historical background of TRCCC HERE on the church web site.


MENWA APARTMENTS
MENWA, INC. is a seventy unit non-profit housing agency chartered by the state of Ohio and supported by the Federal Agency for Housing and Urban Development (HUD). These apartments are reserved for the use of senior citizens, and are located at 531 High Street, Wadsworth, OH, 44281. Menwa Apartments
Apartments are one and two bedroom in size. A large common room and several conversation areas allow for as much interaction as an individual desires. Frequent programs, such as movies, "pot-luck" dinners, sing-alongs and many others make Menwa a true community. There is ample parking for residents' cars, and the Medina County Senior Van makes regular stops for trips to shopping and medical facilities. Cartoon Seniors
For more information, or to arrange for an interview, contact the manager at (330) 334-1125. Incidentally, the unusual name is a combination of Mennonite and Wadsworth.

You can also find a story on the historical beginnings of Menwa HERE
PHOTOS OF RESIDENTS AND GUESTS AT ONE OF OUR LUAU DINNERS
Luau diners
The “Chefs ”