First year teachers treated to propagandize reserve on Halloween

November 3, 2017 - School Supplies

Halloween was all treats and no tricks for dual first-year Georgetown County propagandize teachers. Lenora Tumong of Sampit Elementary School and Kati Nease of Andrews Elementary School any perceived a vast transport of propagandize supply donations from members of a Georgetown County Young Professionals.

GCYP members Clay Hopkins, Kerri Kellahan, Benjamin Ward and Ed Gilmer, along with Georgetown County Chamber President and CEO Beth Stedman and Director of Communications Laura Mueller, delivered a donations on Oct. 31.

Supplies were collected during several Georgetown County businesses in Aug and Sep and enclosed pencils, crayons, dry erase markers, record folders, cover paper, glue, scissors and other classroom supplies.

“We wish to be certain we’re holding caring of students in a village and that means holding caring of educators as well,” pronounced GCYP member Kerri Kellahan. “Teachers mostly have to squeeze their possess classroom supplies, and for a first-year clergyman starting from scratch, that can be generally difficult. These donations from a internal village assistance to palliate a transition for them and safeguard their students are well-prepared.”

For information on a GCYP and a Georgetown Chamber, or to turn a member, hit Laura Mueller during 843-546-8436 or

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