Little Miracles Daycare Learning Center hosted a ribbon cutting in conjunction with the Liberty County Chamber of Commerce on Jan. 8 at 200 Brantley Drive in Hinesville.
Owners Sheldon and Juanita Arrindell welcomed staff, family, friends, chamber staff, ambassadors, chamber members and people from the community to this event.
“Thank you all for coming out today,” Sheldon Arrindell said. “We’ve been blessed to be able to open this day-care and provide this service to the community.”
He said he promised his wife a day-care center in 2000 and, after moving to Hinesville in April 2012, that promise came true when they closed on the property and opened Little Miracles. Their mission is to provide lower-cost, quality child care.
“We want to promote small businesses, be a blessing to the children, our volunteers and the community,” Sheldon Arrindell said. “When children smile and learn something, that’s just awesome.”
Arrindell showed special appreciation to the volunteer staff, highlighting Julia Bethune, who teaches German, Russian and music at the day-care.
“I love the kids because they are all different. It’s always a challenge,” she said.
“On behalf of the Liberty County Chamber of Commerce, we are glad to have you as a new member,” chamber Vice Chairman Daniel Clark said. “Please let us know if there is anything we can do for you. We are here to support you and your business.”
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