Paul Reardon, a resident of Marshfield, who has long been involved with the Boys & Girls Club of Marshfield’s board of directors, has recently been appointed President of the board. Reardon previously served as Vice President of the board for two years.
A Certified Financial Planner, Reardon is an associate at Investment Advisory Group LLC of Hanover, MA. His financial planning career spans more than 30 years.
Reardon serves with fellow board leaders Jeffrey Picard, Vice President; Elizabeth Roosevelt, Vice President; Rick Dowd, Treasurer; and Kara Herbert, Secretary. Members of the board include: William Bowers, Lara Brait, Daniel Burke, Kathy Burokas, Rev. John Carmichael, Thomas Cattaneo, Shannon Crowley, D.A. Timothy Cruz, Esq., Suzanne Dailey, Susan Dauwer, James Fitzgerald, Daniel Hassett, Christopher Jordan, Michael Maresco, James J. Murphy, Kyle Rand, Pamela Snell, David Stockless, Phillip Tavares, John Valianti, Paul Vercollone, Dawn Warsofsky and Joseph Weinman.
Supporting Youth, Families and the Community in an Uncertain Time
The Boys & Girls Club of Marshfield is working with the Marshfield Food Pantry, the Town of Marshfield, guidelines from the state and the Marshfield Public Schools and other service organizations to provide critical services the community needs to support children and families over the short- and long-term. Among the steps they have taken to meet ongoing needs include: food distribution to food insecure families (hundreds of healthy meals per week in the form of Grab & Go meal boxes, drive-thru dinners and more); providing a safe place for kids while many parents and guardians return to work; and serving as a resource for the Board of Health and other departments to further assist families. Currently, the Boys & Girls Club of Marshfield provides breakfast before school, remote support learning during the day, and traditional after school care for 100 students per day.
About the Boys & Girls Club of Marshfield
The Boys & Girls Club of Marshfield’s mission is to enable and inspire all young people to realize their full potential as productive, caring, responsible citizens as well as become tomorrow’s capable leaders. The Club provides programming opportunities in the Boys & Girls Club of America’s (BGCA) five core areas including leadership, education, health, arts, and fitness.
The Club serves hundreds of families with children ranging in age from 6 to 18 years old, providing afterschool, vacation week and summer programs, as well as youth athletics, teen, social recreational and leadership opportunities. For more information, visit their website www.bgcmarshfield.org or call 781-834-2582.