Volunteers Recognized For Generosity and Dedication
Kurn Hattin Homes for Children held its Annual Volunteer Recognition Luncheon on May 15th to honor and thank the over 100 volunteers, including our staff, Trustees, and Incorporators, who dedicate their time, talents and energy to help care for the children.Tom Oxholm, Director of Institutional Advancement, who coordinated the lunch this year, thanked the volunteers in attendance.“Volunteers play a critical role in every aspect of Kurn Hattin,” he remarked.“We wouldn’t be the community we are without them.”
Brattleboro Reformer: Kurn Hattin celebrates 125 years
Lyssa Jackson was 8 years old when she heard about Kurn Hattin Homes and started her personal campaign to come to the private Westminster school for kids from troubled families.
Jackson, who spent four years at Kurn Hattin, graduating in 2008, was a determined young girl seeking a solution to her troubled family life in Rochester, N.H.
Nine Kurn Hattin Homes’ Staff Honored with Years of Service Awards
It takes a village to transform the lives the children and this year nine staff members were recognized for their dedication, hard work, and many years of service. Steve Harrison, Executive Director of Kurn Hattin Homes honored these individuals with Service Awards during the April 24th, All Staff Meeting.