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Foundation adds board members

Foundation adds board members

Community foundation adds board members

Community foundation adds board members



The Community Foundation of Greater New Britain elected two new board members to join the foundation’s team of volunteers. Elected to serve new multi-year board terms were Jerrell Hargraves and Pastor Thomas Mills.

Established in 1941, the Community Foundation of Greater New Britain is “Where Good Begins” in Berlin, New Britain, Plainville and Southington.

Hargraves serves as the Human Rights and Opportunities Officer for the City of New Britain. He has lived in the city for 30 years and serves on the Board of Directors for New Britain Public Library. In his free time, Hargraves is a youth basketball coach.

Mills is an Adult Probation Officer for the State of Connecticut and is the Senior Pastor at Grace Christian Methodist Episcopal Church in New Britain. He serves on the Board of Directors for the Boys & Girls Club of New Britain and has volunteered for CCARC and the Hospital of Central Connecticut.

“The foundation is pleased to have Jerrell Hargraves and Pastor Mills join our Board,” said Paul Zagorsky, community foundation board chair. “We look forward to working with them as our organization continues to be visible, relevant and impactful in the communities we serve.”

The new board members were officially welcomed at the Feb. 12 board meeting.

At the final board meeting of 2019, held in December, retiring members Mark Bernacki, Cori Humes and Ken Malinowski were thanked for their service. Also of note, Hospital for Special Care President and CEO Lynn Ricci completed her service as board chair. Zagorsky, of Zagorsky, Zagorsky, & Galske, will serve a two-year term as chair, and Art Schaller, president of Schaller Auto World, will serve as vice chair.

-- Press Release

 

 


The Community Foundation of Greater New Britain elected two new board members to join the foundation’s team of volunteers.

Elected to serve new multi-year board terms were Jerrell Hargraves and Pastor Thomas Mills.

Established in 1941, the Community Foundation of Greater New Britain is “Where Good Begins” in Berlin, New Britain, Plainville and Southington.

Hargraves serves as the Human Rights and Opportunities Officer for the City of New Britain. He has lived in the city for 30 years and serves on the Board of Directors for New Britain Public Library. In his free time, Hargraves is a youth basketball coach.

Mills is an Adult Probation Officer for the State of Connecticut and is the Senior Pastor at Grace Christian Methodist Episcopal Church in New Britain. He serves on the Board of Directors for the Boys & Girls Club of New Britain and has volunteered for CCARC and the Hospital of Central Connecticut.

The new board members were officially welcomed at the Feb. 12 board meeting.

-- Press Release

 

 


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