2020 has been a turbulent year for all of us, including the Whitefish Community Center. Out of deference to the Covid Virus, we had to go without our membership meeting and election. Thankfully, our board members have agreed to continue until the end of the year as trustees and officers. We are grateful to them for continuing to serve and to offer us some continuity during this unique time.
Rhonda Woody has hung up her hat as Co-Site Manager; her last day was July 24. She will pursue something new and enjoy her time with her two teenage daughters. We are happy that she will continue as a volunteer with Meals on Wheels as a driver. If you know of a qualified person interested in a part-time job with the Whitefish Community Center, please let them know we have an opening.
We missed last year’s Great Fish Community Challenge due to the uncertainty of our future caused by damage to our building from neighboring construction. We are now confident that repairs will be made, so we are eager to proceed with fundraising and the fun of being part of the Great Fish Challenge. For those of you not familiar with the annual Challenge, it raises funds for nonprofit organizations based in the Flathead Valley. This year, 55 organizations have signed up, and