As the latest in a series of Q&As with local businesses, Coma News Daily recently sat down with the owners of House of the Little Peoples.
Coma News: What is House of the Little Peoples and when did it open?
Marlee Bumgartener: When my father immigrated to Coma in the 80’s from he met my mother, an American, and together they started The House of Little Peoples in 1983, as a preschool.
Arash Daroodi: House of the Little Peoples opened in 2013 and each year.
MB: My father considers each school year the “first year” but we have been open since 1983.
CN: What is the most important thing to you about the day care center?
MB: My dad is very proud of what he created and loves the children. Most importantly, he loves to teach them a solid work ethic. The same work ethic he taught me and my brother.
AD: So in the town of Coma some come and say who will feed the little people while I am work? Who will sleep the little peoples? Who will teaching the little peoples? My daughter is and me are caring for the little peoples with loving hearts. For thirty years we come to America from other peoples country in order to care for little peoples.
CN: Anything else you would like to tell prospective parents about The House of the Little Peoples?
MB: We are excited to take care of and teach your children. We are resonable and have reasonable hours.
AD: All the peoples’ parents must do is pay us weekly $400 and bring the peoples and a blanket. We celebrate the little peoples. We celebrate with loving and care this place we live to make the better little peoples.
The little peoples house is open Monday – Thurs and all holidays.