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Spaulding Youth Center Starts New Year with Big Changes

Northfield – Spaulding Youth Center is proud to announce changes to its Board of Directors and Board of Trustees as well as the launch of their new website at www.spauldingyouthcenter.org.

A member of the Spaulding Youth Center Board of Trustees since 2013, Ronald L. Magoon has joined the Spaulding Youth Center Foundation Board of Directors and was elected as Treasurer for both the Board of Directors and the Board of Trustees. He also continues to serve on the Finance and Strategy & Innovation committees. Mr. Magoon is the President & COO at Franklin Savings Bank.

As the retiring Treasurer for the Foundation Board of Directors, Patrick Clark will continue to serve on the Spaulding Youth Center Board of Trustees. Retiring as the Board of Trustees Treasurer, Walter Strauch will continue serving on the Board of Trustees.

Another big change for the organization is the launch of a new website. The new website offers a fresh face for Spaulding Youth Center and showcases a majority of the key communication projects accomplished during the intensive review and redesign of the market brand which began in early 2015. Not only did the website require a technology upgrade, but the updated content and organization offers a significant increase in usability for site visitors.

“We have celebrated many successes on campus over the past year,” shares James Clements, CEO & President of Spaulding Youth Center. “Retaining our dedicated board members and preserving their organizational knowledge to continue building upon our legacy is a key success to kick off 2017. We are also extremely excited to share the launch of our new website, which is the culmination of a two-year process to refresh our brand and communications strategies. These efforts have enabled Spaulding Youth Center to distinguish ourselves within our industry and support our mission to provide a childhood and a future for each and every one of our students.”

About Spaulding Youth Center

Spaulding Youth Center is a leading provider of services for children and youth with neurological, emotional, behavioral, learning and/or developmental challenges including Autism Spectrum Disorder. Services include academic, behavioral health, residential, foster care, health and wellness and family support. Spaulding Youth Center Foundation is a tax-exempt 501 (c)(3) nonprofit. For information about Spaulding Youth Center, visit www.spauldingyouthcenter.org.

Posted on: January 3, 2017
Topics: board | Board Announcements | Something New

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