Griffin Hears Report On Educational Therapy

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The Exchange Club of Griffin had the pleasure of hosting one of their long time charities they support.  Stepping Stones Educational Therapy (a school for special needs children ages 6 weeks to 14 years old), joined Exchangites and talked about with the help of the Exchange Club of Griffins monetary donations and annual work days for improving the school they were able to reach a higher educational accreditation as well as provide more scholarships to children. The members also got to hear from Summer a student at Stepping Stones about her day to day educational programs, how the school has allowed her to blossom after trying public school and being bullied,  and about returning to a school where she has excelled in her school work and became great friends with everyone in her school.

Pictured left to right are Lee Thomas Director of Stepping Stones Educational Therapy, Summer who is a student at stepping stones, Lauren Steward program director at Stepping Stones and Matthew Middleton Griffin Exchange President.