Buttercup House strives to make child care affordable to all

Buttercup House youngsters having fun during pre-K science. (provided photo)
Sarah Harris
Staff Writer

Buttercup House, Inc. is a nonprofit child-development center in Borger. In 1968, around the time a two-income households were becoming more common, a group of women who were active in the organization Altrusa saw the need for a place that would be safe for the children of working families. Buttercup House, Inc. was founded that October. For the complete story and more photos, subscribe to our E-edition. Single copies can be purchased for 75 cents.