It doesn’t hurt that they are a short walk from Pocahontas
3ark and a favorite place to go for coͿee and breakfast ³
Beach Bum Bagel.
´They come in every time they have a meeting,µ said owner
George Williams. “The families they bring are the kinds of
people we love to see downtown.µ
A NONJUDGMENTAL SPACE
Sartain is a stay-at-home mom, but she worked in corporate
America for 1 years and has a master·s degree in clinical
psychology and professional counseling. She is very bright,
super savvy about social media networking and most importantly,
lives her life through a fellowship with God.
The Buggy Bunch’s mission is to assist families with their
changing needs through the eample of the teachings of -esus
Christ as Christians. That said, 78 percent of the mothers who
participate in Buggy Bunch’s programs are non-Christian.
Every person, without discrimination, is welcomed warmly
even if they only want to participate in one program.
“There is something very unique and very special about
having women come from all walks of life, having mother- >>
The Buggy Bunch’s new location was once the site of three different successful
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Kelly Sartain, Buggy Bunch executive director, hopes to provide care for
today’s busy mothers and their families.