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Staff focuses on pursuing excellence as new trustees are welcomed on board

Baptist Children's Homes staff pursues excellence

Baptist Children’s Homes (BCH) Trustees gathered from around the state at Mills Home in Thomasville on January 19. Trustee chair Jay Westmoreland from Charlotte presided as the group welcomed nine new Trustees. Six of the new Trustees are serving for the first time.

The new Trustees are: Carl Anderson, Lea Bethel Baptist in Prospect Hill; Lenuel Chamberlain, Bethel Baptist in Yadkinville; Jim Dyer, Christ Baptist in Raleigh; Abe Elmore, Westfield Baptist in Dunn; Marcia Heckman, Cross Pointe in Concord; Ronnie Holman, Baton Baptist in Hudson; Gail King, First Baptist Reidsville; Wendy Peters, Calvary in Winston-Salem; Steve Shreve, Pleasant Garden Baptist in Greensboro.

Trustees were presented an exemplary audit report and heard from the ministry’s investment consultants. BCH’s chief operating officer Keith Henry shared with Trustees the efforts staff members take to enhance performance and pursue excellence through improving processes and maintaining good risk management practices.

He told Trustees that the ministry was operating at 100% residential capacity.