New early learning private school opens in South Surrey

Core Education & Fine Arts (CEFA) opened its newest location at 100-5446 152 St.

A new early learning private school for infants and toddlers marked its grand opening in South Surrey March 7.

Core Education & Fine Arts (CEFA) opened its newest location at 100-5446 152 St., with Surrey-Newton MLA Harry Baines, Surrey-Panorama MLA Marvin Hunt, Surrey Coun. Barbara Steele and CEDA founder Natacha Beim in attendance for the ribbon-cutting ceremony.

Those who attended the grand opening were given a tour of the facility, while children had their faces painted, participated in a colour contest and played in a bouncy castle.

CEFA is also accepting entries to their scholarship draw on May 8, when they will be giving away a free school year of tuition.

For more information, visit www.cefa.ca

 

 

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