Sports

Cultural Care Au Pair, a childcare program based in Cambridge, MA, one that places au pairs across the country, recently held a bowling party, as Long Island families gave their charges a day off.

Lori Brust, a local coordinator for Cultural Care Au Pair, organized the bowling event for her group, enabling them to enjoy one of America's popular pastimes.

Over 50 families from Massapequa, Seaford, Wantagh, Bellmore, Dix Hills, Farmingdale, Jericho, Melville, Merrick, Plainview, Syosset, and Woodbury gathered at Farmingdale Lanes in Farmingdale on Sunday February 8. The families were joined by their au pairs who come from over 15 countries including Austria, Australia, Germany, Finland, Poland, Sweden, Norway, and Nicaragua. There are about 300 au pairs in Long Island.

To learn more about the au pair program, call Ms. Brust at 797-8373 or 429-0189 or by email at Lori.Brust@lcc.culturalcare.com.


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