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Darla Senecal

Regional Manager, Bennington, Rutland, Addison

Darla serves as the Regional Manger for Bennington, Addison and Rutland counties. She works to support collaboration between families, educators, community partners and others dedicated to creating the best outcomes for children and families. Darla has spent much of her career working in community service, first as a volunteer, then as Recreation Director for 17 years, and most recently as a newly elected Selectboard member in the Town of Bristol. Working on projects that bring communities together is when Darla finds herself most energized. Darla can often be found working in her gardens, regularly accompanied by her cat Angus.

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Regional Action Plan

The Regional Action Plan serves as a blueprint for how the Council serves local children and families.

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Stories From Addison

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October 8, 2021

BBF Launches the Vermont Early Childhood Fund with $100K to Communities

Building Bright Futures is pleased to announce the creation of the Vermont Early Childhood Fund (VECF) providing grants of $10,000-$20,000 for up to 7 grantees to support creative solutions that will improve the well-being of children (prenatal-age 8), families, as well as the Vermont communities in which they live.  Each year BBF Regional Councils, the […]

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December 9, 2019

“Cozy Kids” Keeps Addison Kids Warm and Dry

This story is reprinted with permission from the Addison Independent. Reporter John Flowers is at johnf@addisonindependent.com. MIDDLEBURY — As the thermometer drops en route to another frigid Vermont winter, a local nonprofit is raising money to make sure children from area low-income households have access to warm clothing. It’s called “Cozy Kids,” a program of […]

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Regional HAVYC&F Profile

The Regional Profile for the Addison Region of BBF highlights data about early childhood in the area and discusses actions being taken by the Addison Regional Council.

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