Boasting the most extensive FCC network in the Air Force, Minot AFB has now held the grand opening for four more FCC providers on Monday, August 14th. With MSG leadership presenting each provider with a framed license and cutting a ceremonial ribbon at each location, these four new providers are ready to open their doors to these families!
Leadership expressed their utmost gratitude to each provider, knowing that this is a crucial factor in the success of the base’s mission. These providers will offer standard hours, after-hour care, deployment, and PCS care. In touring their houses, each provider has taken great care in ensuring their space is a welcoming and safe environment for the kids they will be watching.
Kristen Hallman, a mother of four, is excited to open her home and serve her passion for childcare. She aims to provide a fun, safe, and flexible environment that helps the kids on their developmental journey.
Kristy Morales, a former employee of multiple CDCs throughout the Air Force, is thrilled to open her home to these kids. She plans to teach a curriculum to help the children grow and learn daily!
Jade Coria has become an FCC provider for the base to follow her passion for nurturing and supporting the development of children’s minds. She hopes to offer a flexible schedule, giving everyone peace of mind throughout all hours of the day and helping to support the mission.
Gemma Willette will be a provider for kids on base and her daughter. She wants to focus on planning fun activities for the kids to enjoy at her home, such as gardening, arts and crafts, and reading.
It is fantastic news to see the base provider network grow, and with a promise of continued growth, the support for families on base will continue.