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Vynamic Funds PA's First WARM2Kids Learning Center at Philadelphia's R.W. Brown Community Center
Date:6/17/2008

M. L. Carr to Host Ribbon-Cutting Ceremony for Vynamic Learning Center on

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PHILADELPHIA, June 17 /PRNewswire/ -- Philadelphia-based management consulting firm, Vynamic, has provided the funding to open Pennsylvania's first WARM2Kids (We're All Role Models 2 Kids) Learning Center at the R.W. Brown Community Center, a Caring People Alliance facility in North Philadelphia. The new 900 sq. ft. Learning Center will open at 3:30 PM EDT on June 18, 2008. A ribbon-cutting ceremony to officially introduce the center will be hosted by WARM2Kids President & CEO and former Boston Celtics champion, M. L. Carr.

The WARM2Kids Learning Center Program is a national effort to provide state-of-the-art computers as well as a self-sustaining social and emotional development program for youth through the WARM2Kids web site (http://www.warm2kids.com). WARM2Kids offers resources tailored to engage "teens" and "tweens" in the process of positive role model behavior development. Other WARM2Kids Learning Center Programs are open at community centers in Florida, Massachusetts, Michigan, Rhode Island and Texas.

The "Vynamic Learning Center" will be open to all R.W. Brown Community Center members and participants. As with all WARM2Kids Learning Centers, the facility features an engaging computer-based learning environment focusing on content from expert approved resources and celebrity role models as well as social/emotional development programs from the WARM2Kids website (http://www.warm2kids.com). This center also represents a new prototype for WARM2Kids Learning Centers with newly designed and comfortably furnished gathering areas for group and individual activities including homework help, tutoring, teen development programs and activities aimed at developing entrepreneurial skills.

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