STEUBEN COUNTY - SCCF was excited to announce the addition of two board members recently.
Dar Crofoot is the executive director of quality and risk management at Cameron Memorial Community Hospital. Dar looks forward to using her talents to give back to the community.
Brevin Bennett was first introduced to SCCF through his time with FIST, the community foundation’s youth philanthropy program. He looks forward to promoting opportunities for career training and advancement that go beyond a traditional college degree.
SCCF also thanks two outgoing board members, Julie Troyer and Dr. Dave Goodwin, for their combined 17 years of leadership and service.
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