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The Enterprise — Michael Koff

“It’s been my passion working with children and I wanted to make a difference in the community where I was born and raised,” said Demetris Fullard who owns Infinite Care Child Care Center on Quail Street in Albany. The center is licensed for 67 children but enrollment plummeted to a quarter of that because of the pandemic. Fullard got a grant from the Center for Economic Growth, which allowed her center to stay open until she got funds from the federal Payroll Protection Program. She said it was important to stay open so parents who were essential workers had a safe place for their children.