The Bay Center looks forward to active year with ‘enthusiastic’ board

The Bay Center connects community through programs that inspire personal and professional growth, wholeness, and well-being.

The 2021 board looks forward to offering Project Self-Care workshops, Grief Support Groups, Helpers & Healers events and gatherings and Pledge to End Racism workshops, reported executive director Ann DeMuth.

The 2021 board of directors includes president John Dutton, vice president Janet Hemming, treasurer Tom Coye, secretary the Rev. Jim Moseley, Whitney Lang, Claiborne Dingledine and Lincoln Boykin.

Dutton came to appreciate and support the Bay Center in 2019 by way of the Grief Support Group. He is the retired vice president and principal officer of what is now Thrivent Financial Services in Appleton, Wis. Before moving to Lancaster County five years ago, he lived in Mathews and was president of the board of the Gloucester Mathews Free Clinic. He is working on his second book, which is about mothers who are raising sons by themselves.

Hemming came to the Northern Neck in 2002 after a 30-year career in the financial services industry and as an industrial engineer. After taking part in many….

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