HOPE — Community Center of Hope leaders are mapping a new course for the 15-year-old organization.
It is a future that will include someone other than founding executive director Julie Glick Begin at the helm. Begin, 53, stepped down from her hands-on position running the multifaceted community center in October but joined the organization’s board of directors the following month.
She and other board members are collaborating with a consultant to develop a strategic plan for the center that will include long-range goals and objectives, board vice president Larry Simpson said.
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