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Featured Volunteer: Ken McCauley

Ken McCauley has served as Treasurer on the Board of Trustees and as a longtime volunteer member of the Stewardship Team, seeing to the financial integrity of our Center. 

Ken says about sacred service, “Many years ago, I learned that service is its own reward. Ever since, I love working with a team and offering my time and talent to a common good. In doing so, I feel I am a part of a community; I am a part of our beloved Center. I belong.” 

Thank you, Ken, for your gracious and meticulous care of our Center and for sharing your wisdom about one of our pillars of spiritual practice.

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