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July’s Letter from the CEO

Dear Friends of KYC,

Happy new (fiscal) year! In addition to celebrating Independence Day on the 4th and National Ice Cream Month all month long, July marks the beginning of a new fiscal year for our agency. It’s an exciting time for us as we set program budgets, make agency-wide plans, and celebrate another successful year at KYC

We have big plans for KYC. We’ve shared our new logo and this month, we’re unveiling our new website! Please visit www.kennethyoung.org to see the new look for our agency’s online presence and keep checking back as we continue to use our website as an important way to get information out to you. Is there something you wish was on the new website? Do you need more information? Share your feedback through the “Get In Touch” section at the bottom of every page. We’re excited to hear from you!

We also hope you’ll sign up to join us for the 30th Annual Golf Outing coming up on August 2nd. It’s a beautiful day to be outside and celebrate KYC’s service to our community. Not a golfer? There’s an evening dinner that’s open to anyone that ensures we can all participate in the event. Find details in this month’s newsletter and on our new website that I know you’ll be checking out now. Hint. Hint! 

A new fiscal year marks a time to launch and reinvigorate. Despite unprecedented times in our state, we’re proud to continue our service to people of all ages. We continue to find new ways to serve our clients and are thankful to friends like you who support our agency in so many ways. Your generosity, advocacy, and engagement with our organization ensure that this new year will be our very best yet. Thank you.

Until August,

Susan E. Cowen
President & Chief Executive Officer

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