PMAC was launched in June 2018 with 35 children attending summer camp. Though currently operating at 37 Pinckney St (Grace Baptist Fellowship), PMAC will move into a newly renovated facility in the Poe Mill Neighborhood in late 2019 or early 2020.
We want each child to have the opportunity to Delight in his or her childhood!
We want our kids to Discover what gets them excited about life! Whether it’s the arts, athletics, academics, or somewhere in between, we want to offer children the chance to explore what the world offers.
We ultimately want children to take their Delights and Discoveries and Develop into good citizens who can contribute positively to their communities.
Hannah Dixon is from Morganton in the foothills of Western North Carolina. After graduating from Furman University and working for two years at the Barrier Island Environmental Education Center, she moved to Greenville to teach at First Baptist Day School and work part time at the Frazee Center with her husband, Bennett. The following year, she started the kindergarten after-school program at the Frazee Center and worked there for 4 years.
Hannah is Executive Director of PMAC and girls teacher.
Bennett is from Greenville, SC and returned to his hometown to work for Frazee after graduating from UNC-Chapel Hill and working for the Barrier Island Environmental Education Center. Through relationships built while interning with Great Outdoor Adventure Trips (GOAT), Bennett worked at the Frazee Center as the K5-2nd grade boys teacher from 2014-2018.
Bennett is the Program Director of PMAC and the boys teacher.
Destiny is a Greenville native who graduated from USC-Upstate in 2019 with a degree in Non-Profit Management and Child Advocacy. In addition to PMAC, she works for Stone Academy's after-school program, the YMCA, and Instruments of Praise.
Destiny is the Creative Director and PMAC girls teacher.