Chamber hosts ribbon cutting for Warrensburg Christian School’s building construction completion

The Warrensburg Chamber of Commerce hosts a ribbon cutting in celebration of Warrensburg Christian School’s building construction completion Aug. 20 at 612 E. Young Avenue. Anchoring the ribbon are Chamber Chair Emeritus Greg Hall standing alongside Executive Director Suzanne Taylor and Chamber Ambassador Doug Spratley while Warrensburg Christian School Director Liz Fatka prepares to cut the ribbon alongside staff and students. The construction has made it possible to house around 100 more students. Warrensburg Christian School is a birth through eighth grade program. It was established in 2008 as Early Childhood Opportunity Center with only 13 children, birth through Pre-K. In 2012, it began as a private school, Christ Church Christian School, with only kindergarten and first grade. The school will now educate students through eighth grade. In January 2019, it became Warrensburg Christian School. For more information on Warrensburg Christian School, visit wcswarrensburg.com.

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