At its recent annual meeting, WCAC welcomed five new faces to its Board of Directors. “We are pleased to welcome such a diverse and talented group of individuals to our Board of Directors,” noted Executive Director Jill Dagilis. “Their individual strengths within the community will serve the agency well as we continue our efforts to help people move to economic self-sufficiency.” As directed by the agency’s bylaws, WCAC’s Board of Directors is a tripartite board comprised equally of representatives of the public sector, private sector and community. Read more here.
Where does the time go? Happiest birthday wishes to this fabulous lady - 97 years strong and still among the agency's best advocates! <3 ... See MoreSee Less
Happiest birthday wishes to one of WCAC's greatest advocates! 96 years young today! Cheers to many more years of happiness and good health Ann! <3
Local families enjoyed the third of three planned special cultural performances as part of WCAC Head Start's 25th anniversary with a performance of The Fairy Circus by the Tanglewood Marionettes yesterday. The event was sponsored in part by a grant from the Southbridge Cultural Council, a local agency, supported by the Massachusetts Cultural Council, a state agency. ... See MoreSee Less