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A night to celebrate the Club and the youth that make it the special place that it is on Thursday, March 12, 2020, the Boys & Girls Club of Ridgefield will host it’s annual Youth Leadership Dinner!
The supper shall honor the Club’s Character and Leadership Program people in Gem Club (for 5th-grade users), Torch Club (for center school people) and Keystone Club (for senior school users) and independently recognize members for his or her dedication and achievements. The supper may also emphasize 17 Youth regarding the Year applicants, and attendees may have the chance to hear from 12 Upperclassman Candidates, while they will each invest a short while sharing their personal Club tales through the night. The dinner will conclude with crowning the 2020 Youth of the season, the Club’s biggest award that is annual.
A committee of local community leaders will interview all the prospects and make use of the expert staff to find the Youth of the season. This year’s judges for the Upperclassman Candidates are Nicholas Donofrio, Community Leader/Former Executive Vice President of Innovation and tech at IBM; Rob Ellis, Managing Partner of Ridgefield Capital resource Management; Will Haskell, State Senator, Connecticut’s 26th District; Rudy Marconi, Ridgefield First Selectman; Daniela Sikora, creative Director when it comes to Ridgefield Chorale. Judges for the Sophomore Candidates are Kerry Anne Ducey, Founder and Editor of HamletHub; Kathy Graham, Branch Manager of Fairfield County Bank and Jeff Kreitz, Chief, Ridgefield Police Department