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Dr. Curtis Beusman Joins Mount Kisco Child Care Center Board of Directors

Mount Kisco resident to serve as Fundraising Committee Chair

Mt. Kisco, NY – (January 21, 2010) – Mount Kisco Child Care Center (MKCCC) today announced that Dr. Curtis Beusman has joined its Board of Directors as Chair of the Fundraising Committee. Dr. Beusman, who founded Curtis Instruments and Saw Mill Club, was named Citizen of the Year in 2009 by the Mount Kisco Chamber of Commerce. He is a recognized leader worldwide in the health and fitness business arenas and was a founder of IHRSA, the International Health and Racquet Sports Association.

In addition to serving on the MKCCC Board, Beusman also served on the Chappaqua School Board for five years; was active in the Chappaqua Drama Group, where he served as president; and was chairman of the Capital Fund Committee for The Jacob Burns Film Center.

Beusman is an active supporter of The Open Door, Northern Westchester Hospital and various other charitable organizations.

“Curt will help us because he believes deeply in family and community,” said Dottie Jordan, executive director of Mount Kisco Child Care Center. “His background and expertise will help us meet – and even surpass – our goals.”

Dr. Beusman holds a Bachelor of Science from Northwestern University, a Ph.D. from the University of Cincinnati and an MBA from Columbia University. He is longtime resident of Mount Kisco and has two grown children.

About Mount Kisco Child Care Center:
Mount Kisco Child Care Center is a licensed nonprofit, non-sectarian childcare facility. It has served the working families of Northern Westchester since 1971. MKCCC serves a diverse group of children three months to five years every day, with an after-school program for children up to 12 years of age. The Center’s innovative JEWEL intergenerational program was awarded a Shared Site Best Practice Awards from Met Life and Generations United, a Washington, D.C.-based organization that promotes intergenerational public policies, programs and strategies.