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Our History

The Central Baldwin Chamber of Commerce facilitated a meeting on April 4, 2008, at the Loxley Civic Center for the purposes of gauging the interest of local business owners, community leaders, and educators, to form an education foundation for the Central Baldwin area schools.


Leah Ann Overstreet with the newly formed North Baldwin Education Foundation provided information on setting up a non-profit, creating by-laws, etc. Several organizational meetings followed with the culmination of the Central Baldwin Education Foundation established, and the Board of Directors voted on July 8, 2008.


The Central Baldwin Education Foundation has been created to encourage academic excellence in the Central Baldwin area schools by providing funding which is not available through traditional local, state or federal sources. The Foundation provides opportunities for teachers and staff to develop innovative projects through grants; to invest in programs and enrichment activities that have a positive impact on student success; to encourage a continued interest in and support of public education through a network of businesses, individual and community involvement; and to seek and cultivate funding sources for educational excellence.

Our Objective

The objective of the Central Baldwin Education Foundation is to enhance, enrich, and support the educational experience of all public school students in the Central Baldwin area by providing support and the resources to help supplement educational programs and activities.

Board of Directors

Carl Myrick (President)

Mary Haines-Lovin (Vice President)

Connie Glassford (Vice President)

Aimee Rambacher (Treasurer)

Katrina Patterson (Secretary)

Cindy Shulze (Social Media)

Kenny Pfieffer

Steven Grant

Amber Mofield

Amanda Spears

Darlene Comstock

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