Representatives with Solutions That Empower People, Inc. (STEP) recently met with US Congressman Morgan Griffith in his Christiansburg and Washington, D.C. offices to discuss continued funding for Head Start. STEP Director of Marketing and Communications Kris Landrum (l), along with Director of Early Childhood Education Shirley Wells (second from right) and Family Health Advocate Lori Pruitt (r) shared success stories about children and their families in STEP’s Stuart Head Start program. STEP’s Head Start program offers early childhood education and family services in its Stuart and Rocky Mount offices. Griffith represents the 9th Congressional District, which includes Patrick County.
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