High Sky Children’s Ranch to Celebrate groundbreaking for a new state of the art shelter, administration building, and the Frank Cremer Therapy Center

High Sky Children’s Ranch to Celebrate groundbreaking for a new state of the art shelter, administration building, and the Frank Cremer Therapy Center
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MIDLAND, TX (KWES) - The High Sky Children’s Ranch will soon join local officials and community partners to celebrate the ground breaking of their new Therapy Center and Shelter Tuesday, Oct. 23 at 10 a.m.

This groundbreaking is the culmination of an $11 million Capital Campaign that was completed in just under seven months, with the help of local individuals, foundations, and oil companies.

High Sky opened its doors in 1963 as a home for girls who had no place to go. In 1985, High Sky began to accept both boys and girls, enabling sibling groups to stay together.

High Sky was re-licensed again in 1987 as a treatment facility to work with more traumatized children and later as a Therapeutic Foster Care facility. The programs provide a structure with life skills as well as therapeutic services.

Currently High sky serves over 1500 families and children in the Permian Basin every year.

“Many of the buildings on campus are the original 1963 facilities, and after having housed thousands of children, the time to update the campus is long overdue. The children we serve, deserve the best we can offer. We went to the community, and once again Midland has answered the call in a big way,” said Executive Director JaLynn Hogan.

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