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Mammy’s Daycare marks five years

The Red River Sun/Bev Odom Mammy’s Daycare owner Mandy Rodriguez, back-center, in the white T-shirt with red sleeves, gathers with clients, family and friends Monday, Aug. 16 to mark her fifth anniversary in business on the west side of the Collingsworth County Courthouse Square. She served refreshments from 5 to 6 p.m.

The Red River Sun/Bev Odom
Mammy’s Daycare owner Mandy Rodriguez, back-center, in the white T-shirt with red sleeves, gathers with clients, family and friends Monday, Aug. 16 to mark her fifth anniversary in business on the west side of the Collingsworth County Courthouse Square. She served refreshments from 5 to 6 p.m.

WELLINGTON — With little children in her midst, Mandy Rodriguez will find any reason to have a party. So, what better reason to celebrate than her five-year anniversary of opening Mammy’s Daycare?

 

“I honestly don’t know why God has blessed me with amazing little souls and their families,” Rodriguez said. “But this is the path God has chosen for me. I’m so blessed to be ‘Mammy.’”

 

With a “Toy Story” theme for her anniversary party on Monday, Aug. 9, Rodriguez ordered a cake made by Veronica “Gigi” Gray. Her sister, Megan Rodriguez, and close friends, Kimberly Holland and Cassandra Torres, provided a veggie and fruit tray and pigs in a blanket for refreshments.

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