Crossroads e-Newsletter
  October 2012     

This month, we're  celebrating Darcy Boulton, who recently retired from Crossroads after more than 20 years. We're also sending a big thank you out to KeyBank for naming Crossroads its charity partner for its recent Key4Women Forum.

Do you have any old magazines hanging around? Or maybe some art supplies - like paper, glue, glitter, etc - that you might be willing to donate? The women at our residential rehab are in need of magazines and craft supplies. Please email Christine if you are able to help us out.
Darcy and Barbara
Darcy Boulton (left) and Crossroads executive director Barbara Dacri pose in front of the newly named Boulton Center for Women and Children.

Last month, we said farewell to a woman who shaped Crossroads to what it is today.


If you are close to Crossroads, chances are you know Darcy Boulton.


Darcy dedicated more than 20 years of her life to Crossroads. She came to us as a client, and she left as the Director of Administrative Services.


Now she has the building in Windham named after her.  


From now on, the building that housed the very first clients at Crossroads for Women in 1974 will be known as the Boulton Center for Women and Children.  


Please enjoy Gail Larsen's poem on Darcy's Retirement and feel free share your warm wishes to Darcy on our blog.


You can also view pictures from Darcy's retirement part on our Flickr page or read the press release announcing the building dedication. 


Thank you, Darcy! 


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Crossroads Receives $3,000 at Key4Women Forum


Crossroads was honored to be chosen as KeyBank's charity partner for their annual Key4Women Forum. The event was held at the Harraseeket Inn in Freeport on October 4th.

The purpose of the Key4Women Forum is to educate and empower women.

Dr. Debra Jasper and Betsy Hubbard from Mindset Digital dazzled the audience with their talk on the communication shifts that business owners have to deal with in the social media world.

Sue Dolinar, Vice President for Development at Maine Medical Center, was also honored with the Key4Women Achieve Award.

As a charity partner, Crossroads' executive director, Barbara Dacri, was presented a $3,000 check from KeyBank.

Crossroads was proud to be a part of this forum and is thankful for the contributions by KeyBank to both Crossroads and women in Maine.


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Jennifer Barbour, for Crossroads

Crossroads for Women
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