Wenatchee World: Common Ground | Bettinger tapped to run Upper Valley MEND

I was thrilled to learn that Upper Valley MEND has tapped Kaylin Bettinger to be its next executive director. She takes over June 1 for Chuck Reppas, who will move onto the board of directors.

MEND, which stands for Meeting Each Need with Dignity, has been instrumental in meeting the growing social needs in the Upper Valley. It operates a food bank, the Jubilee gift store, the Cornerstone Community for individuals with developmental disabilities, a thrift store, a free clinic and also oversees some affordable housing units.

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