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A new program in Lynn focuses on early childhood development

United Way Senior Vice President Karley Ausiello speaks during the kickoff for Drive, a citywide school readiness program designed to ensure healthy development of the city's kids before they enter school. (Spenser R. Hasak)
LYNN — A new initiative promises to improve the lives of nearly 8,000 children from birth to age five with early childhood screening. Drive, a citywide school readiness program designed to ensure healthy development of the city’s kids before they enter school, was unveiled in City Hall Thursday. The effort is a collaboration of United…

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