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Jamala White
· January 30, 2018
My son attends regularly and I love how much they love him, thank u guys!
John David Poston
· April 5, 2017
My biological mother Lillian attends New Generations. I'm very happy with the way the staff treats her. She deserves happiness and that's exactly what she gets. She calls me on the phone every day to ...tell me about her day. It isn't always the easiest for her but overall she has great stuff to tell me. Thank you to all the care givers who tend to her and make her feel loved and special. You guys rock! God bless! See More
Charlene Yvonne Malloy-Brown
· January 30, 2018
My Grandson attends New Generations n they r doing a fantastic job with him. He is much more independent now.
Regina Parker
· November 3, 2016
I am so thankful that we found Gary's Gang for Jacob! All of the staff are so loving and friendly.
Phyllis Smullen-wilson
· November 7, 2016
The Best Job in the world God is good and he jeeps blessing us every day
Teshina Eggleston
· April 26, 2016
I love the way they look out for my daughter and she lives going being around her friends
Hilda Fitch
· February 9, 2016
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Sticky fingers, tired feet, one last house, "trick or treat!" Hope every one had a great and safe Halloween because we know Gary's gang did!😊👻🎃🍫🍭🍬
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Just a little sneak peek of what's about to go down in the talent show at Francis Marion University on Tuesday May 9th at 11:00am. See ya there!!!
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Gray's Gang Shining bright at the stars are out talent show. Their hard work and dedication had finally paid off.⭐🌠🌠❤ WPDE ABC15
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Gary's Gang had an amazing time this week going to the strawberry patch at McLeod farms in McBee, we got to eat homemade peach ice cream, go on a hayride, then pick some fresh strawberries.😊🍓

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