Die Kinderzeitung ist ausgezeichnet mit dem Kindermedienpreis der Bundeszentrale für politische Bildung und einem European Newspaper Award.Jeden Samstag monstermäßig Lesespaß ab 6,90 Euro im Monat. Unfortunately, this decision led to the end of the Sunny Acres building.
And even though it may not seem like it, this building is the one link back to the past.
This is the one part of Sunny Acres that was not demolished, for whatever reason.
In 1948 the place was renamed to “Sunny Acres”, which was a more cheerful-sounding name than the State Orphan’s Home.
Around the same time there were also structural changes made to the building.
This here is one of Carson City’s grand old stone buildings.
It is the state orphanage, variously called the Orphan’s Home, Children’s Home, and Sunny Acres.This new building was not only fireproof but also much larger, and at any given time dozens of children called it home.The kids were treated well, with warm beds and good food.That’s why in 1963 the Children’s Home was torn down, and this great piece of Carson City architecture lost.Today the original cottonwood trees still outline the spot where it used to stand, but there’s nothing else left.So here in the gymnasium we have the one remnant of the old children’s home that used to sit on the site.