North Main Association to seek new director

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Great things are happening on North Main. 

Many in the community have remarked about the transition underway in this remarkable neighborhood in our community.

The North Main Association is a determined advocate for our neighborhoods. We hope to keep the momentum going in the years ahead.

We have been fortunate as an association to have strong leadership in the executive director position. Most recently, Cinder Destefano has served as our executive director. She can be seen at each of our events arriving early working furiously, and staying late to see that everything is ship shape and in good order.

Well, as they say, all good things must come to an end — and Cinder has decided she is going to hang up her North Main spurs to pursue other interests. We wish Cinder all the best although she’ll be missed and we are very sorry to see her go.

But, from each ending a new beginning comes and we have now launched the search for a new executive director.

The position requires energy and passion for the Sheridan community. It requires someone who can grasp the details of our income and expenses, promote our group to new members and advocate for the community projects as outlined in the North Main Master Plan.

If you are that someone or you know of someone, please go to our website at northmainassociation.org to learn more. Click on the “Director Position” button link to view the job description. Email a resume and cover letter to northmainassociation@gmail.com.

We look forward to finding a worthy successor to undertake this important position in our community.

 

This column was written by Nancy Drummond, vice President of the North Main Association, and Nancy Silla, treasurer of the North Main Association. Silla grew up in the North Main Street neighborhood and continues to make her home there. Drummond and her husband have lived in the neighborhood for 30 years.

By |August 25th, 2017|

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