The Rey Center Board of Directors is pleased to announce our new Director, Leah Elliot. Leah has been working with us this summer as Program Outreach Coordinator where she has begun some exciting programming that speaks to our mission. Some of these include building our Nature Walk programs, the Welch Stewardship and youth programs such as Fairy Garden & House building, Nature Scavenger Hunts and Rock's Talks.
Ongoing programs such as the Speaker Series, Literary Group, and Stargazing will be joined this fall and winter with interpretive trail signs, regional campfire stories, and guided winter tours. Watch for increased Community Gardens and join our Garden Club to be a part of workshops and supporting the property around the Curious George Cottage.
Many of you may know Leah from her successful role as Director of The Nordic Center. During her time in this position she has become very familiar with Waterville Valley and has developed good relationships with many community members. We are pleased that she will be looking for ways to collaborate more closely with Waterville Valley Ski Resort. We look forward to these new programs during our winter season.
Leah comes to The Rey Center with a background having worked as a science teacher in Alaska, California and Vermont. While having a solid background in nature and science, her MBA gives her the skill sets to manage a small non profit successfully.
Her background in environmental education, business and her desire to increase people's understanding of the world around them fits well with the mission of The Rey Center to honor curiosity and discovery in Art, Science and Nature. Stay tuned for some innovative approaches that will weave these three areas together. email@example.com
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