The sixth-grade class of Garrett Memorial Christian School hosted the Hope/Hempstead County Chamber of Commerce Coffee on Wednesday April 19th.
The students, directed by teacher Judy Alexander, did a wonderful job greeting guests, asking about drink refills and serving the varied finger foods available. Ms. Alexander stated that the sixth-grade has always hosted the Coffee; it is, indeed, a “rite of passage”.
Hope Public Schools Dyslexia Services Coordinator Karen Ivers was honored by colleagues Tuesday at Clinton Primary School after being named the 2017 Hope/Hempstead County Chamber of Commerce Educator of the Year.
Ivers was joined in the celebration by her husband, Jimmy Ivers, and family members in the reception at the CPS cafeteria.
Ms. Ivers said that the Chamber honor was not hers to claim as much as it represents the opportunities afforded the children in the Hope Public Schools.
The Hope/Hempstead County Chamber of Commerce Community Coffee on April 12th was hosted by The Department of Human Services. The staff from DHS put together a great coffee and welcome a wonderful crowd.