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July 23, 2013

Doodle Bugs! Team Tuesday: Issue #167

July Employee of the Month  Tracy Touris – Customer Care Specialist, Home Office In her role, Tracy is responsible for maintaining positive and loyal relationships between Doodle Bugs! Children’s Centers and our customers. From the minute Tracy starts her day, she exemplifies CARE (Commitment, Accountability, Respect, Excellence). She listens to Doodle Bugs! families’ questions and Read More »

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June 4, 2013

Doodle Bugs! Team Tuesday: Issue #163

June Employee of the Month  Betsy Wilcox – Lead Toddler Teacher, Henrietta Center Betsy is a lead toddler teacher at our Henrietta center and has been with Doodle Bugs! since 2010. Betsy has been referred to as the ‘toddler whisperer’ because of her natural ability to connect and teach young children. She is extremely talented Read More »

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January 8, 2013

Doodle Bugs! Team Tuesday: Issue #144

In today’s edition of Team Tuesday we would like to recognize Amy Carloni, a lead teacher from our Orchard Park center! Amy always embodies a fun and educational environment in her classroom. Her children are constantly engaged in stimulating play and meaningful interactions. Amy makes it a habit to have on-on-one time with her students, Read More »

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November 13, 2012

Doodle Bugs! Team Tuesday: Issue #137

Erika Markin Infant Teacher, Orchard Park Center Erika Markin expertly provides both care & education, touching the lives and hearts of young children and their families. By genuinely understanding child development and being uniquely in tune with babies’ needs, Erika ensures that children in her care are content, nurtured, and loved. She also ensures that Read More »

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July 10, 2012

Doodle Bugs! Team Tuesday: Issue #118

Kate Lew, 6 years East Amherst Center Director “We are what we repeatedly do. Excellence, then, is not an act, but a habit.” – Aristotle Kate Lew leads the East Amherst team by enthusiastic example. Community involvement, education and customer service are all facilitated with a smile and a genuine commitment to continuous improvement, making Read More »

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October 18, 2011

Doodle Bugs! Team Tuesday: Issue #85

“If your actions inspire others to dream more, learn more, do more and become more, you are a leader.” – John Quincy Adams In today’s edition of Team Tuesday, we are pleased to announce that Liz Vandetti, Webster Center Director, has been named Employee of the Year. On October 15th, at our 2nd Annual Early Childhood Read More »

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October 4, 2011

Doodle Bugs! Team Tuesday: Issue #83

In today’s edition of Team Tuesday, we are pleased to announce that Cristy Chowaniec, Center Assistant at the West Amherst location, has been named Employee of the Month for October 2011. “Kindness is the language which the deaf can hear and the blind can see.” ~Mark Twain With kind words and a heartfelt smile, Cristy instantly makes Read More »

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August 24, 2011

Doodle Bugs! Team Tuesday: Issue #77

In today’s edition of Team Tuesday, we are happy to announce that Bridget James has been promoted to a Lead Toddler Teacher at our Clarence center. Previously an assistant teacher at the same center, Bridget is a valued member of the Clarence team. Many thanks, Bridget, for a job well done. The doodle community is a better Read More »

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August 3, 2011

Doodle Bugs! Team Tuesday: Issue #74

In today’s edition of Team Tuesday, we are happy to announce that Claire Licata has been named Employee of the Month for August 2011. As an assistant teacher at the Clarence center, Claire consistently demonstrates three essential traits: she is reliable, flexible and has a true team spirit. Claire’s positive attitude and ‘doodle pride’ make Read More »

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May 5, 2011

Doodle Bugs! Employee of the Month: May 2011

We are proud to announce that Holly Seiler, Center Assistant at our Penfield center, has been selected as Employee of the Month for May 2011. “Excellence is not an accomplishment. It is a spirit, a never-ending process.” – Lawrence M. Miller Holly’s efforts to both ‘do things right’ and ‘do the right things’ make her a Read More »

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