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New leaders assume post at Salvation Army in Marion & Polk Counties

Submitted by on February 5, 2014 – No Comment

Salem Kroc Center

Salem Kroc Center

Majors John and Candy Stennett are embracing their new Salvation Army leadership roles!

As is the case with Salvation Army officers every few years, the Stennetts recently left their posts as commanding officers in Boise, Idaho to take on a new challenge in Marion and Polk Counties, Oregon.

According to the Statesman Journal newspaper, they’re spinning (him) and dancing (her) with excitement to assume management of The Salvation Army Ray and Joan Kroc Corps Community Center too – also known as a Kroc Center – in Salem.

In addition, they’ve already considering a plan to begin a rapid-rehousing program in Salem, similar to the one they ran in Boise, which could efficiently and effectively help homeless families with housing.

:: If you’d like to read more about this story, please follow this link to the Statesman Journal website.

:: Click here for a link to The Salvation Army Marion & Polk Counties website.

:: Visit the Salem Kroc Center website to learn how to get involved, become a member and more!

:: Connect with the Salem Kroc Center on Facebook


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