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The Network Adopts New Governance Structure

Brief History In 1991 the Network’s founder Sandra Thompson and a small group of colleagues created the Winchester Multicultural Network which has grown over the past 26 years into a respected, go-to community organization. From that small initial board, the...

An Abundance of Food—for Body, Mind, and Spirit!

The Winchester Multicultural Network celebrated its year of building inclusive community at an annual meeting on June 8 at the Winchester Unitarian Society Church. In the gathering were board members, community advisers, staff, guest speakers and partners! The joyful evening...

Getting to know more about our Town’s Police Department

The International Connections Thursday morning coffee group had a tour of the Winchester Police Department on Thursday morning, November 5. Chief of Police, Kenneth Albertelli, has long been a Community Advisor to our Network. Lieutenant-in-Charge Peter MacDonnell answered a range...

New Executive Director introduced to the Network’s Board and guests at informal social gathering

Board members and their guests gathered on Sunday afternoon, 3-5 pm, October 25, 2015, for a “Beer and Pretzels/Cupcakes and Cider” party at the home of Vice- President, Gloria Legvold, to meet and welcome Aba Taylor, the Network’s Executive Director. Aba...

Jerome Garciano joins the Network as Board Member

The Winchester Multicultural Network is delighted to welcome Jerome Garciano as a member of our Board of Directors, effective November l. Jerome is an attorney with a concentration on state and federal tax financing incentives affecting the built environment. An...