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Our Peeps: Goodbye Jane

by Becky Suomala

NH Audubon sends a big thank you to staff member Jane Kolias. Jane played a vital role in our Membership & Development Department, processing all gifts, keeping up the data base, and managing all the details that go with nonprofit contributions. Before working in that position she volunteered for Project Nighthawk and some of you may even remember that she was on staff in the 1990s. We are grateful for all of her hard work, thoughtful perspective, and commitment to NH Audubon’s mission. We wish her well on her new endeavors in Vermont which is fortunately close enough so she can still volunteer for NH Audubon, and we’re taking full advantage of that. Thank you Jane!

Photo: Jane celebrating Fish Fest at Amoskeag Fishways.

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