Welcome, summer!

Thank you, Bosse Mattingly and Marian Development Group, for a wonderful afternoon for FSH families! We’re grateful for your support!

The sounds of children squealing with laughter.  Giant bubbles (courtesy of The Bubble Truck) cascading across the lawn.  Grape snow cones staining the lips and tongues of every one.  Sweet round faces of all shades of color painted with balloons, flowers, rainbows, basketballs and the proud letters, “FSH.”  The smell of hamburgers and hot dogs and chicken grilling and the music of a community chattering, engaging with one another on a beautiful Friday afternoon.

Bosse Mattingly Constructors and Marian Development Group remain two of Family Scholar House’s most faithful community partners, and we are, daily, thankful for their support of our mission and our families.  This year, we are especially thankful for their having hosted the first annual summer graduation picnic! It was, most certainly, a lovely time!

Family Scholar House claims as one of its greatest assets, “community.”  We believe in the truth that we are each stronger when we work and live and play together, and Bosse Mattingly and Marian Development helped us celebrate that in such a wonderful way.

Of our graduates, we are proud. As we are of our residents and pre-residents who are persevering on the journey, determined to be both outstanding parents and outstanding scholars.  And, as we are of our children–our littlest scholars.  We are never more delighted than when they shine!

So much to celebrate!  Our heartfelt thanks to all who made this particular celebration possible!

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