Lake Agassiz Habitat for Humanity Executive Director Shirley Dykshoorn announced her resignation Wednesday. Dykshoorn has led the organization since fall of 2007 and is leaving to pursue new opportunities.
“Shirley is committed to the mission of creating affordable housing in Cass and Clay counties,” said Leann Wolff, President of Lake Agassiz Habitat for Humanity’s Board of Directors. “Shirley helped establish the partnership with the Barnesville community to build the first Habitat home there as well as helped develop the funding to make the first Habitat four-plex possible in 2009. We appreciate her service and passion for the work of Habitat.”
“Habitat is an incredible organization and I am very proud of the great strides we have made as a team over the past 4 years,” said Shirley Dykshoorn. “I know the work the organization will continue to do is transforming lives, and that is a real testament to the huge level of community support.”
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