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By SAMANTHA MORIN
Daily Press Staff Writer
Combining her love of children with helping children to speak clearly is a passion for Molly Smith, Artesia Public Schools’ new speech therapist at Yucca Elementary School.
“I enjoy working with children and speech and language were my strengths growing up, so I wanted to help kids that needed a little bit of extra attention,” said Smith. … For the rest of the story, subscribe in print and on the web.
Originally from Abilene, Texas, and more recently from Oklahoma City, Okla., Smith and her husband moved to Artesia this past July. Smith stated moving to the town has been an easy transition.
“Artesia is great,” she said. “It was easy to adapt here. Everyone is friendly and made us feel at home.”
Smith graduated from Texas Tech University Health and Science Center in 2009 with a Bachelor of Science in Speech, Language and Hearing Sciences.