The year 2016 was another busy and productive year for Community
Dining Room. It was our first year with new staff. There were a number of investments in new
kitchen equipment, some planned, some not.
Our Board of Directors grew to its full complement, and we
have put them all to work to create innovative new fundraising ideas, new
programs, and in general enable the energetic vision of our Executive Director.
We served our community with delicious hot meals in our
dining room, takeout programs, and home delivery. We expanded our social
referral programs and our network of other service organizations to better
serve the shoreline community.
I am grateful to our staff, our volunteers, and all those
that contributed to and benefited from our services.
Continued nutritional support in the community.
Judith Barron came
to CDR a little over a year ago. She
holds a Bachelor’s Degree in Science from Albertus Magnus College. Judith was employed with the Town of North
Branford as a Supervisor for their Recreation / Senior Center for 11 years. Prior to her employment with North Branford
she spent some time working with SARAH, Inc. as a Community Experience
Instructor and Marrakech, Inc. as a Group Home Counselor. Judith also worked for the State of
Connecticut for four and a half years as a Judicial Marshal. During her free time she is actively involved
in youth sports with her children and is the President of Branford Youth
Cheerleading as well as Coach for the past three years as well as the
Treasurer, Fundraiser, and Coach for Branford Girls Softball the past four
years. She has a knowledgeable background that has been a wonderful fit for the
Executive Director of the Community Dining Room.
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