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Miss Ruby’s Kids has experienced some personnel changes. We are excited about the future and eager to continue the strong programs for the families of Georgetown County. A search for a new Executive Director has begun. Ms Betsy Marlow will serve as the Interim Executive Director during the search. We are grateful that Betsy “will step back in” to her founding position. We have a new PCHP coordinator, Sherrell Cue, who comes to the organization with extensive Early Childhood experience. She is excited about her new position and being a part of Miss Ruby’s Kids. Amanda Oliver, an experienced Literacy Coach/Home Visitor, is the new Volunteer Coordinator for MRK. Amanda is excited and anxious to work with the mentors, current volunteers and to recruit new volunteers for MRK. Lisa Haas, our talented Office Manager will continue in her current position. “Excitement” is the theme as we build a new and productive team to lead and guide Miss Ruby’s Kids into the future. The Board of Directors thanks the past team and welcomes the new team. The Board of Directors enthusiastically supports the new team and anticipates a great future for Miss Ruby’s Kids.


Miss Ruby’s Kids is a non-profit early literacy program serving families living in Georgetown County. Through our three programs, Parent-Child Home Program, Family Childcare Program and Education Mentor Program Miss Ruby’s Kids provides services to over 150 children and their families.

Modeled after the National Parent-Child Home Program, Miss Ruby’s Kids has grown from a pilot program serving 5 families to a well-respected, community supported organization fostering educational preparedness and providing high quality educational books and toys to low income families throughout our community.

 

 

It is the goal of The Parent-Child Home Program to
eliminate educational disadvantages


 

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