SALISBURY, Md. - HALO Ministries is a new program that they have created called "Tot Time" and they just hosted their first session.
Tot Time gives children and their parents one-on-one time to interact and play.
It's an opportunity for both children and parents who utilize their cafe and resource center.
HALO says, their Youth-At-Risk Program coordinator came up with the idea, after they saw children coming in to eat but then would leave.
They wanted to make sure children were staying active. They offer activities such as coloring and story book telling.
The sessions are Tuesdays and Thursdays from 1-2, right after lunch. It is completely free.
Ages range from birth to 5 years old, if you want your child to participate.
If you'd like donate any toys for their newest Tot Time area, you can bring them to their donation center behind the store on Snow Hill Road in Salisbury.
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