It was "Get Moving Get Fit Field Day" for the Children at the Queen's Daughters Day Care Center, on Buena Vista Avenue in Yonkers.  Though the gloomy and rainy Friday forced the activities to be moved indoors, the children did not miss out on the great fun. 
Yonkers-East Yonkers Rotary Club President-Elect Sundra Lee-Ingemanson, PDG Greg Arcaro, Past President Mahbub Ahmad, Treasurer Barbara Hanna and Club Rotary Foundation Chair Bina Ahmad visited the Center and spent the morning with the children, watching them play with the new play equipment.
Barbara Berrios, Executive Director of the Center, was at hand, excitedly talking about the Center.  “Our curriculum of teaching and reading will be greatly enhanced by this hands-on experience of the kids using the equipment the Rotary Club provided.”  She thanked the Rotary Club of Yonkers-East Yonkers for the grant which made this project possible.  Under the Project, using the community Service grant from the Club, the Center purchased tricycles, hoola-hoops, basketballs and other games and play equipment for the children.  The equipment will last for a number of years and will benefit children in the pre-K and Kindergarten classes.
The Queen’s Daughters Day Care Center is a 12-month, full day early childhood learning center, serving the community since 1903, providing day care and education to the children, aged 18 months to 5 years, from low-income working families.