Military mom honors daycare provider

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Jay Schneider, Life/Enterprise

Anna Aguilar, left, presented Brenda Novack with a United States flag which flew above the military base Aguilar has been stationed at for the past 10 months. Novack, the owner of Little Wonders Daycare in Waterville, has provided care for Aguilar’s daughter Aurora since she was seven weeks old. (Jay Schneider photo)

For the past 10 months, Waterville resident Anna Aguilar has spent time deployed in the Middle East while serving as a Staff Sergeant in the Army National Guard’s 34th Red Bull Infantry Division.

This was her third time deployment and Aguilar isn’t sure if it will be her last. She has received no confirmation whether or not it will be.

While Aguilar has been gone, her daughter Aurora has attended daycare at Little Wonders Day Care in Waterville, which is owned by Brenda Novack.

Actually, the youngster has been with Novack since she was seven weeks old.

Five years later, Aurora will be attending Kindergarten this fall.

Aguilar, in appreciation of the time Novack has spent with her child, wanted to show her appreciation in a very special way.

Many daycare providers receive flowers, gift certificates, or cards of thanks.

Wednesday, July 31 Novack received something much more special.

Aguilar presented Novack with a......

To see more on this story pick up the August 8, 2019 print edition of the Life or Enerprise papers.

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