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Liberty County Chairman Donald Lovette, County Commissioner Marion Stevens and Liberty County Board of Education Chair Lily Baker cuts the ribbon surrounded by parents, students, chamber board members, supporters and staff. - photo by Photo provided.

The Liberty County Chamber of Commerce held a grand opening and ribbon cutting Oct. 22, for Coastal Georgia Community Action Authority-Early Childhood Education Center at 100 Deen Street in Hinesville.

Chamber Incoming Chair Kathy Villafane congratulated center staff on the center’s new location and promised that the chamber would support the center. 

“With the opening of this center, we are creating a pipeline for our young people to move forward in life,” Liberty County Board of Commission Chairman Donald Lovette said. “It is great to see that the spirit of collaboration is strong in Liberty County.” 

“It is an honor to educate our earliest learners,” said Center CEO Tres Hamilton. “Our belief is that by giving children and their families this foundation of education and advocacy they will truly have a head start in life. We are thankful to the Liberty County Board of Education for their partnership in temporarily housing our program at Jordye Bacon this school year. With the help of elected officials, public and private partners together we will help people, change lives and build families.” 

Coastal Georgia Community Action Authority-Early Childhood Development Center provides comprehensive services to prenatal women, children and families. The programs offered by the division include Head Start, Early Head Start and Pre-Kindergarten. 

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