• Comanche, Texas: King's Kids Begins!

    Pearl Street Church of Christ is back in gear with its King’s Kids program in full swing. The after school program began on September 12, 2011, and will run every Monday (that school is in session) from 3:30-5:30 p.m.

    There were twenty-one kiddos present on opening day who enjoyed snacks, games, story time, and a puppet show.

    King’s Kids is open to all children age five through fifth grade, and the Pearl Street Church of Christ invites you enroll your children in the program.

    About Stacy Dudley

    With a BBA with an emphasis in Marketing, Stacy is the owner of The Moxie Room, a marketing firm located in Comanche, Texas. She is the master of strategy and the executor of said strategies. From conception to completion, she oversees each and every project acting as a liaison between creative and client. Before founding The Moxie Room, Stacy bulked up her portfolio all over the continent. From strategic planning, media relations, special events, internal communications, cause branding, ideation and new product launch management, her work has taken her from living in Texas to Tennessee to Toronto to Edmonton Alberta Canada.
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    One Response to Comanche, Texas: King's Kids Begins!

    1. Chuck Ratliff says:

      I have visited the King’s Kids Club program at Pearl St. church of Christ a few times. I must say that it is an outstanding program that serves youngsters in Comanche. The amount of knowledge these children get is almost unbelievable.
      We all owe the adults that present this program a great big THANK YOU. I live close to a couple that is involved in the King’s Kids Club and I have talked with them as they return home after presenting the program to a house full of children. They were exhausted – but very proud.
      Thanks again for being the type people that our children can look up to. And, thanks for your time.

      Chuck

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