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need2know

London, KY

#1 May 29, 2008
Are they needing to hire ayone right now?
skmskdsknskc

United States

#3 May 29, 2008
I have a bunch babys by a bunch of daddys and tehy all go there so they might need some more help to take care a all of em.
duh

Lexington, KY

#4 Jun 18, 2008
they need 2 hire. They have like 2 obese people working there. She has hired 1,000 people this year. My kids used to go there and the old lady in the basement with red hair was mean 2 them. She will hire anybody. But noone stays!!!!!!!
missjenn

Cleveland, GA

#5 Jun 19, 2008
I got tired of them not haveing a play ground so I moved my kids somewhere eles. Kids need to be outside during the summer not and we raised money for the playground I waited a year for and never came she went up on rates again and I moved my kids
what do u know

London, KY

#6 Jun 19, 2008
Tiny Town is a good place and no she doesnt hire anyone. There is noone bad out there. As far as someone being mean to the kids I hardly doubt that, what ppl dont realize is that ur kids act different there then they do at home. If you think that ur kids are being mean to then u are aloud to drop in anytime or stay as long as u want and observe. Prices being raised can you blame her look at the economy. Gas went up to 4 dollars a gallon so did u quit buying gas?
Alisha

London, KY

#7 Jun 19, 2008
duh wrote:
they need 2 hire. They have like 2 obese people working there. She has hired 1,000 people this year. My kids used to go there and the old lady in the basement with red hair was mean 2 them. She will hire anybody. But noone stays!!!!!!!
So, do obese people not have a right to work because of their size...just curious? I do hire a lot of people and unfortunately I fire a lot too. Our job is a demanding one and not everyone can do it. I am baffled by the "old lady with red hair" as I cannot recall one employed by me? However, I suggest you should go to the person in charge if you feel there is wrongdoing, not to the internet. I take every complaint very seriously, and I can't fix something I don't know about.
Alisha

London, KY

#8 Jun 19, 2008
missjenn wrote:
I got tired of them not haveing a play ground so I moved my kids somewhere eles. Kids need to be outside during the summer not and we raised money for the playground I waited a year for and never came she went up on rates again and I moved my kids
I agree that children need to go outside, which is why every child including infants goes out every day. We did close our playground temporarily with permission from the state due to drainage problems and we are constantly pouring money into the existing playground and our future playground in back. I have done numerous fundraisers and I appreciate the help you provided. Unfortunately, we have only raised roughly $4,000.00 dollars over the past three years. I have invested nearly $50,000.00 in drainage problems, surfacing, fencing, concrete, equipment, fill dirt, labor and etc. It is a long and expensive process,and I will not quit until it is everything it needs to be for the kids in my care. My heart is with every child I keep and I thank you for the time I shared with yours, but if you want to complain about money or rates, then look at my home and you will know that every penny I have goes into my center.
Kym and Tabitha

London, KY

#9 Jun 20, 2008
My grandaughter attends Tiny Town during the High school season and will return when school begins again. I (Kym) am very pleased with the service that Alisha and her workers provide my grandaughter. As for going outside to play, Ailina as well as the rest of her classmates go outside with weather permitting. Obese people working there? What does size have to do with it? They can provide the same amount of love and affection that a skinny person can. Size should not be an issue. And Yes, I have had some minor porblems there but they were due to miscommunication and not neglect. When I brought the problem to Alisha's attention it was delt with in a timely manner. I believe that if you have a problem with someone than you should have the decency to say it to their face and not behind their back.
the best

Mount Vernon, KY

#10 Jun 20, 2008
tiny town is for sure the best-just because of the fact how darn good lookin alisha is!!!!!!!what kid wouldnt want to hang out with a hottie like her!!!!
missjenn

London, KY

#11 Jun 20, 2008
lol I do miss my kids going their but with money like it is I just have to do what I have to do right now
curious

Brodhead, KY

#12 Jun 20, 2008
missjenn wrote:
lol I do miss my kids going their but with money like it is I just have to do what I have to do right now
Are you not happy with your current choice of childcare. Are you wishing you would have stayed where you were.
Brandy

Lexington, KY

#13 Jun 21, 2008
I have worked for Alisha in the past. And I am so disgusted that people can be so hurtful. Alisha takes care of any child regardless of their race,size,or religion! Was your kids totally flawless? Were they born into a perfect world? And daycare rates! Are u joking? If my children ever attend daycare, I will be less concerened about money over quality. Cleanliness is really important to alot of mothers. I know I would like to pull out of that parking lot and feel that my children are safe.So lets be adults and give this a rest! To everyone at Tiny Town, I'm sorry for the misunderstanding. Best Wishes!!!!!!!!!!
hot

London, KY

#14 Jun 23, 2008
the best wrote:
tiny town is for sure the best-just because of the fact how darn good lookin alisha is!!!!!!!what kid wouldnt want to hang out with a hottie like her!!!!
she for sure is easy on the eyes!
candy

Somerset, KY

#15 Sep 3, 2008
My children go there and I would never for any reason even worry about their care while being in her establishment. I trust her with my kids 100%. I would never ever take my kids anywhere else in this county. I dont trust litely, but I do trust her in providing excellent care for my kids, I NEVER worry at all about them being there. THANKS ALICIA YOU ROCK GIRL
OH YEA

Eubank, KY

#16 Sep 4, 2008
good place
whatever

London, KY

#17 Sep 4, 2008
I think you people need to get your eyes checked!
hot wrote:
<quoted text>she for sure is easy on the eyes!
3KidsMom

Byrdstown, TN

#18 Sep 5, 2008
Alisha wrote:
<quoted text>So, do obese people not have a right to work because of their size...just curious? I do hire a lot of people and unfortunately I fire a lot too. Our job is a demanding one and not everyone can do it. I am baffled by the "old lady with red hair" as I cannot recall one employed by me? However, I suggest you should go to the person in charge if you feel there is wrongdoing, not to the internet. I take every complaint very seriously, and I can't fix something I don't know about.
My children have attended Tiny Town for several years. As a result of the wonderful teachers there, my son went into Kindergarten knowing all of his ABC's and could also spell his first and last name. That's a pretty big deal for those of you not having kids.I would highly recommend Tiny Town to anyone looking for a happy, healthy and safe place for their children.
Treva

Cantonment, FL

#19 Sep 6, 2008
Alisha wrote:
<quoted text>I agree that children need to go outside, which is why every child including infants goes out every day. We did close our playground temporarily with permission from the state due to drainage problems and we are constantly pouring money into the existing playground and our future playground in back. I have done numerous fundraisers and I appreciate the help you provided. Unfortunately, we have only raised roughly $4,000.00 dollars over the past three years. I have invested nearly $50,000.00 in drainage problems, surfacing, fencing, concrete, equipment, fill dirt, labor and etc. It is a long and expensive process,and I will not quit until it is everything it needs to be for the kids in my care. My heart is with every child I keep and I thank you for the time I shared with yours, but if you want to complain about money or rates, then look at my home and you will know that every penny I have goes into my center.
I've known Alisha since we were in 6th grade and my niece used to go to Tiny Town and she loved it. Alisha is one of the most kindest, sweetest person that I have ever known. I don't see her trying to take advantage of anyone. If I still lived in Albany, my daughter would be going to Tiny Town.
yeah

Decorah, IA

#20 Sep 6, 2008
yeah
AlbanyAngel

London, KY

#21 Sep 7, 2008
My daughter went to Tiny Town for years and I never had a problem with Alisha or anyone else that worked there. My daughter fell in love with everyone that cared for her and I did not have to worry about my child not being taken care of because she was always taken care of. Alisha is also a wonderful person I have known her since grade school and she was and always has been a nice person. As far as obese ppl go, what differences does it make how big or how little a person is if they are doing their job that just burned me to the bone when I saw that on here. Alisha is friends with everyone she doesnt look at your weight, or how you might look. and to DUH if you wanna talk about OBESE women start another topix and we can tangle and put your real name on here. but as far as this post TINY TOWN IS THE BEST.

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