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MARLBOROUGH – The Boys & Girls Clubs of MetroWest (BGCMW) announced today it has added six new members to its Committees.

Joining the Finance and Operations committee includes:

  • Robert Borek, VP, Director of Operations at The TJX Companies
  • Margaret DeLanders, Attorney at Bowditch & Dewey
  • Christopher Tracy, Vice President, Financial Advisor at Morgan Stanley
  • Jeffrey Tucker, EVP – Strategy & Risk Management at Main Street Bank

Joining the Resource Development committee is Angela Scott, as a community volunteer.

Jason Kleinerman, a partner at The Rail Trail Flatbread Co. is also joining the Finance and Operations committee.

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BGCMW Board members play a critical role in the success of Club programs for youth. Their responsibilities include setting the organization’s strategic direction, overseeing its financial management, and ensuring that it operates in compliance with legal and ethical standards. Board members bring diverse skills and perspectives to the table, as well as a passion for the organization’s mission. This varied board will additionally establish the Boys & Girls Clubs as a powerful supporter for young people in all the communities they operate in. Ultimately, the top priority is to give a voice to youth and encourage them to speak up throughout this year

The Boys & Girls Clubs of MetroWest has enabled community youth most in need to achieve great futures as productive, caring, responsible citizens. The Clubs serve more than 6,200 youth each year across its’ three Clubhouses in Hudson, Marlborough and Framingham. The Club maintains a low membership fee of $25 per year, per child because of the generous support provided by local companies, foundations, and individuals. To learn more about, or donate to, the Boys & Girls Clubs of MetroWest visit

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