Ozark Chamber of Commerce



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September 22, 2022
OZARK, MO – A ribbon cutting ceremony and open house for Bright Scholars Learning Center in Ozark is planned for 10:00 a.m. this Saturday, September 24, at the center’s facility at 1910 Selmore Road in Ozark. Teresa Parson, Missouri’s First Lady, is slated to attend and speak briefly, along with other guests from the local business community.
The open house will feature a brief program and official Chamber of Commerce ribbon cutting, followed by an invitation to take a self-guided tour of the facility. Adding to the fun will be prize drawings, cornhole games on the grounds, and refreshments that include a visit from the Hurts Donuts truck.
“Whether you have preschool-aged children, own a local business, are a neighbor in the community here, or simply like donuts, we would love to have you come out and visit with us at this event,” owners Rick and Gloria Rush shared. “Our children deserve nothing less than all of us becoming friends and developing trusted partnerships to give them the best future possible.”
Bright Scholars Learning Center is an early childhood program serving children ages two through five with engaging activities and a planned curriculum. Center Director Jessica Elmore holds a degree in early childhood education and has 8+ years of childcare experience, while lead teacher Skyler Davidson is currently pursuing her bachelors degree in special education. Owner Gloria Rush has 25+ years as a nurse and founded Bright Scholars Learning Center as a parent willing to do whatever necessary to provide “quality care” for her children and others’ using a Love & Logic approach to childhood development.
Enrollment is limited and currently close to capacity, but a waiting list is available once enrollment fills up. For more information, please visit. www.brightscholrslearningcenter.us, phone (417) 581-0034, or find Bright Scholars Learning Center on Facebook. 

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