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Tracy Yendell to direct Fair Haven Concerned 

Courtesy of Fair Haven Concerned
Tracy Yendell

The Fair Haven Concerned board of directors has announced that it has hired a new executive director, Tracy Yendell.

Yendell is a Rutland County native and currently resides in Rutland. She has a compassion for people who may be facing hardships said the job at Fair Haven Concerned is rewarding. 

As Covid restrictions are lifted, Fair Haven Concerned hopes to host an open house for members of the community to meet its new director.

Fair Haven Concerned’s food shelf currently offers “window service” daily from 10 a.m. to 12-noon. For other services, such as help with utilities and fuel, Yendell is in the office Monday through Friday, 9 a.m.-1 p.m. and 2-4 p.m. working hard to provide these services over the phone. Reach her at execu802-265-3666. 

Fair Haven Concerned also works to connect neighbors with other service agencies to help meet needs it is unable to address.

The former director, Ashley Bride, was hired by the United Way. Fair Haven Concerned’s Board and the Fair Haven community thank Bride for her commitment to our community and wish her all the best.

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