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New articles about general office information about the Winchester Multicultural Network.

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...
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...
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...
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...
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...