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Seasons Center Conference Room receives upgrade

Friday, February 1, 2013

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Seasons' Director of Program Development Jean Drey (left) and Executive Director Kim Scorza (right) present to the Seasons leadership team at their strategic planning meeting held in their updated conference room. Funds from a Clay County Community Foundation grant were used to complete the upgrades in the conference room.
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The conference room in the Spencer Seasons Center for Behavioral Health recently received a ceiling and electrical upgrade, funded by a $5,400 grant from the Clay County Community Foundation in 2012. Members of the Seasons leadership team met in the updated conference room for their monthly strategic planning meeting in mid-January.

Funds from the grant were used for electrical work and a ceiling remodel in the center's main conference room. With the new upgrade, Seasons' staff, board members, and community partners will be able to use the meeting room to conduct meetings, workshops and trainings in an effort to further Seasons' mission of guiding individuals and families towards a meaningful and fulfilling life.

"With the assistance from the Clay County Foundation Grant, Seasons was able to do the necessary work to make our conference room a high-tech, multi-purpose room to better serve the children and families in our care," Kim Scorza, executive director of Seasons Center, said. "It is through partnerships like this that Seasons is able expand services and care for people in the most efficient manner. We are very appreciative of the foundation for their support in strengthening not only the Spencer community, but our region."



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