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Flat Rock’s New Year Resolutions

Main New Logo. stackedAt beginning of November 2016, Flat Rock’s Board of Directors and Senior Leadership Team gathered in faith and fellowship for two days of intensive strategic planning to guide our mission and ministry in the years ahead.

Flat Rock has served in ministry since 1866. Through 150 years, we have experienced ebb and flow, prosperity and challenges, but we have served faithfully throughout our history.

As we begin 2017, we are positioned for a new day of ministry with a new President/CEO and Board officers. While acknowledging the financial stresses of reduced funding and resources and regulatory shifts in our field, we look forward with hope to Flat Rock’s future.

Karen L. Kilgo, President & CEO, shares Strategic Plan with all employees of Flat Rock Homes, Care Center & Community Services

Together, we have identified key strategic priorities to guide us into the future, including:

  • Strengthening our organizational structure;
  • Investing in growth and expansion of our services;
  • Exploring the potential of selling our farmland that is currently leased to a local farmer.

Our Board and senior leadership team will continue to work together to develop and refine specific strategies in these priority areas. We look forward to sharing our progress as we grow into a new era in our ministry.

I know that God has and will continue to work in amazing and powerful ways through Flat Rock as we continue to serve the most vulnerable in our society. We are grateful for your support of our mission and ministry and thankful to be your partners in ministry.

As always, if you have any questions/concerns, my door is open to you. Please feel free to contact me at 419-483-7330 or at kkilgo@flatrockhomes.org .2016 Legacy Award present to Tiffin Faith UMC

I look forward to our continued journey together as we continue to serve in our shared mission to provide outstanding services for individuals with intellectual & developmental disabilities, their families and persons with critical needs through a dedication to caring and excellence that demonstrates Christian values.

 

In Gratitude,


Karen Kilgo,
President & CEO
Flat Rock Homes, Care Center
& Community Services

One Response to “Flat Rock’s New Year Resolutions”

  1. Nancy Mohr from the Wadsworth, united methodist Church

    An active group in our church has been providing comforters for the use of your residents and sever al items for each of the quilt auctions. We had expected to hear from you about the planned quilt auction for 2017 but no information has come to us. We already have several items either completed or in process but it appears from your website that no auction is planned. The web site shows information about 2015 but nothing this year. Apparently under new leadership you have decided not to hold the auction this fall. Since we have several comforters prepared can they still be of use to you? We will have to find a new cause for the auction items. It would have been thoughtful of you to inform those churches who have been active in the auction that they weren’t needed.

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