INFANTS IN NEED, INC.'s
(At the bottom of this
is titled Infant Center Complex
In 1987 Linda
Ray, President of Infants In Need, Inc.
vision to have IIN acquire additional property to add to the Linda Ray Children's
research center for "at risk" infants that had been exposed to crack
Wendell Ray was
appointed by the IIN Board to move forward with this project.
but it should read Linda Ray Children's Center)
Land with two
apartment buildings adjacent to the Infant Center was purchased 1988.
Associates, nationally known architects and land planers donated the
of two of their staff to work with Wendell in developing
Children's Center was later renamed the Linda Ray
Children's Center in honor of Linda Ray,
the President and founder of Infants In Need, whose vision
brought project this about.)
A more detailed drawing was
made by Sasaki
and presented to the Board showing the entire proposed Children's Center.
entire complex, as shown above, was to contain, upper right,
the existing Infant Center, operated by
The Children's Home Society.
Right below the Infant Center far upper right with the round
tower on the rendering, was a 6
unit apartment building to be renovated into the Toddler Building. To the left of
Building was a 24 unit apartment complex that was to be renovated into an Intervention Center.
This entire complex was to be known as The Linda Ray Children's Center.
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