Thank you to our many neighbors who attended the Josselyn Community Open House on October 27. We were delighted to showcase information on our impact and growth plans – and of course to share tacos!

Special thanks to the Josselyn Auxiliary Board, including President and Vice President Mary Womsley and Brooke Sabia, for hosting this event, and to representatives from Barilla, Kohl Children’s Museum, the Northfield Police Department and more for attending. If you would like to be notified of our next open house, please email Philanthropic Engagement Manager Jessica Catlin.

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