Boys & Girls Club and YMCA seek new CEOs in Wisconsin Rapids

Robert Hundley

WISCONSIN RAPIDS – Kent Anderson and Bret Salscheider, two of the driving forces driving bringing the shared Boys & Women Club and YMCA facility to downtown Wisconsin Rapids in 2020, are making ready to take the following actions in their careers.

As they shift on, the two are leaving driving a long lasting legacy in each the corporations they served for a decade every and in the Wisconsin Rapids place.

In July, the Boys & Girls Club of the Wisconsin Rapids Spot thanked Anderson for his 10 many years at the club and wished him the finest in the up coming action of his profession and lifetime.

Jennifer Allen, the interim CEO of the club, advised the Day-to-day Tribune that Anderson started out as a system assistant 10 decades in the past at the Boys & Ladies Club and worked his way up to a unit director and functions director prior to turning out to be the organization’s CEO, a purpose he held for the last 7 several years.

Kent Anderson was CEO of the Boys & Girls Club of the Wisconsin Rapids Area for seven years.

“Kent was reliable in his interactions with children, their family members and supporters of the (Boys & Ladies Club),” Allen said. “He lived the mission of the club. You could see a improved future for the club and its affect on our bigger neighborhood by way of youth improvement through interactions with Kent. He will be missed, and we want to thank him and wish him all the greatest likely forward.”

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