Child Development Class has baby shower for H.O.P.E.S. Baby Boutique
The “Baby Boutique,” a prenatal incentive program offered through Greene County Medical Center’s public health department, recently participated in a “baby shower” with the Greene County High School Intro to Child Development class – complete with gifts of baby necessities for new parent care packages.
The “Baby Boutique” and public health’s Healthy Opportunities for Parents to Experience Success (H.O.P.E.S) program has received a total of $1,900 in grants through a “Communities 4 Children Decategorization Project and Community Partnerships for Protecting Children Neighborhood/Community Network” mini grant program. Such grants make it possible for things like the recent “baby shower” to take place. It’s a learning experience for the students and a boost to such public health programs designed to assist expectant parents in crucial parenting skills.
Pictured are Baby Boutique coordinators Pam Mentzer and Phyllis Woodley with members of the Intro to Child Development class taught by Vicki Gustafson at Greene County High School.