New name, new home for Island Childcare
Island Ad-Vantages|11/26/2020
Kassandra Shepard to run Snappers Childcare Center
LESLIE LANDRIGAN

SUNSET—Kassandra Shepard is buying Haley McDonald’s Island Childcare business in Stonington and moving it to the former location of the Physique Fitness Center, according to a November 9 press release.

Shepard has worked for six years with McDonald, who is ready for a break after 10 years running the business, the announcement said.

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