Weymouth 2022 Annual Report

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weymouthcenter.org WONDERFUL 100
Annual Report 2022

A Message from the Board President

Dear Friends of Weymouth,

Wow! What a year this has been. Accomplishing over 100 events in one year was a big goal but we did it and we thank you for making it happen. Despite these uncertain economic times, you have continued to prove that Weymouth is important to you and that Weymouth is worth supporting.

Our mission is so clear, and we are allowing it to shape our new programs by serving the whole community in unique and vital ways. From the music, literary and art events to Weymouth Equestrians, you have stepped up to ensure that these programs can thrive and grow. Our accomplishments for this year would never have been possible without the help of our supporters, volunteers, and staff that make up our Weymouth family. Together with our vision for the future and a rich history steeped in the communitymindedness of James and Katharine Boyd, our Weymouth family will do big things in 2023!

Weymouth is not just a big white house on the hill that nobody lives in. Weymouth is alive, vibrant and lived in every day by this community. The sounds of horses, hounds, music, debate, lecture and discourse still sound throughout the grounds like it did when the Boyds lived here. It is because of you that the legacy of James and Katharine lives on, and it is because of you that this house stands here in its beautiful glory for our entire community.

Please help us continue this impactful work and thank you for being a member of the Weymouth family.

Yours for Weymouth,

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Friends of Weymouth, Inc. Board of Directors

In 2021-2022, board retreats and strategic planning led to a new mission statement, vision, and values:


The mission of Weymouth Center for the Arts & Humanities is to provide a place of inclusivity by offering literary and cultural experiences that inspire and enrich the lives of our community.


Weymouth will provide a facility and grounds to enrich our diverse community based on its history while developing plans for sustainable sources of revenue.

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July 1, 2021- June 30, 2022
July 1, 2021- June 30, 2022
Ashley Van Camp President Katie Wyatt Executive Director Mitch Capel Marilyn Barrett Secretary Alex Klalo Director of Property Management Glenda Kirby Denise Baker Vice President Marianna Grasso Director of Membership and Support, Rental Coordinator Teri Gagan Dan Kohn Treasurer Lucy Meldrum Andrew Lyons Vice President Stephanie Ferguson Administrative Assistant Barb Keating Alan Butler Bev Reynolds Pat Riviere-Seel Kim Wade Andie Rose Adair Woronoff Mike Sorenson
Weymouth is…
Inclusive Proactive Dynamic Welcoming Courageous Inspiring Creative Bold Respectful
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Celebrating 100 Years of our Boyd House

Celebrating 100 Years of Boyd House with 100 Events in 2022

During this year, over 100 volunteers donated over 10,000 hours of service to help our staff put on the following programming and events between July 1, 2021 and June 30, 2022.

Performing Arts

Classical Music Sundays hosted 4 Sunday afternoon performances

• Come Sunday Jazz Series launched a new series of 6 Sunday morning brunch outdoor concerts

• Live from the Great Room launched a new series pairing vintage cocktails with eclectic music in the Boyd House

Musicians Song Circle brought back live music-in-the-round jam sessions every month

Arts & Humanities, Literature

• Hosted 3 Arts & Humanities lecture series on the Lighthouses of Cape Fear, groundbreaking of the NC Freedom Park, and “Jimtown”: A History of West Southern Pines

• Writers-in-Residence program hosted 109 writers in residence in the Boyd House, and 5 public readings from their works in progress and reception

• Prepared for the return of the annual Moore County Writers’ Competition for writers of all ages in 2022

• Celebrated National Poetry Month in April 2022 with ExperieNCe Poetry, including a poem by NC poets posted on our Facebook page each day, a poetry reading with 11 local speakers, and 4 “Poetry by the Pond” salons

• Brought back the James Boyd Book Club, a group that meets on the third Tuesday of each month

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Youth and Family

Launched a new program, Master Class Mondays, bringing Weymouth’s guest artists into Moore Co. Public Schools

• Hosted two week-long youth arts camps 3rd-5th graders, Write Stuff for young writers and Art Start for young visual artists

Prepared for the return of the Young Musicians Festival and music competition in 2022

• Launched the first annual Miracles at Weymouth Holiday Festival, an outdoor holiday market, entertainment, and Santa’s Workshop


• Launched the groundwork for “Weymouth Equestrians,” a new afterschool program at Weymouth held in partnership with the Sandhills Boys & Girls Club, creating opportunities for all youth to learn to ride horses and experience equestrian life

• “Hounds on the Grounds,” the Moore County Hounds Meet returned to Weymouth

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Community Building

Weymouth launched a rebranding campaign which included: New website

New logo

A new sponsored media partnership with The Pilot

• Weekly newspaper and monthly magazine ads, bi-monthly feature articles, various media appearances and the creation of regional advertising campaigns to bring in new audiences

• A daily commitment to telling Weymouth’s story and expanding the Weymouth community with the spirit of inclusiveness and building a more diverse membership

Fundraising and Special Events

• The Women of Weymouth held monthly meetings with community speakers, and hosted a number of exciting events, supporting the preservation of the Boyd House.

• “Supper on the Grounds”

• “Back into the Swing of Things”

• Miracles at Weymouth Holiday Festival

Shamrock the House

Ladies Wine Out

Fascinatin’ Strawberry Festival

Weymouth also hosted its first fundraiser event for Weymouth Equestrians, a Kentucky Derby watch party, “Horses Benefit Kids.”

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Million Dollar Capital Improvement Campaign

We are also celebrating our centennial through a $1.1 million fundraising and awareness-building campaign of major gifts through December 31, 2022. The campaign consists of two pillars: $610,000 in funding for programming and growth, and $467,000 in funding for historic restoration and capital improvements. Between January - September, 2022, Weymouth raised ~$655,000, a little over 61% of our goal. Thank you for considering joining us in this momentous campaign for the future of Weymouth!

2022 has seen…

The Historic $130K Restoration of the

Boyd House

• Window restoration and repair (40+ windows)

Exterior painting of doors, soffits, walls, columns, iron railings

New shutters

Reconstruction and repair of Writers’ Porch

• New furniture in the James Boyd Library

• New HVAC systems

• A redesign of and new furniture installed in the NC Literary Hall of Fame

$65K Restoration of the Barn and Stables in Preparation for Launching Weymouth Equestrians

Stripping of lead paint Rewiring of the barn

• Doors rescued from deterioration and restored

• Full painting

• Deep cleaning

$47K Restoration of the Gatehouse

• New kitchen and bathrooms

• Painting

• Deep cleaning

• Roof repair and porch reconstruction

$25K Restoration of the Carriage House

• Doors rescued from deterioration and restored

• ADA parking pad installed

• Swamp drained and proper drainage installed

• New lighting, cabinetry, paint, decor

Growth in Gardens & Grounds

Hosted the Fall and Spring Annual Plant Sale

Were special guests on YouTube horticultural phenomenon HorTube with Jim Putnam supporting new landscaping of front and west side of the Boyd House

• Continued the tradition of the Annual daffodil planting

• Planted a Sunflower Garden Tribute to the people of Ukraine Completed a gardens and grounds overhaul and maintenance ~$30K

Growth in Programming and Investing in Our Mission of Presenting and Preserving the Arts & Humanities

• Staff growth in order to increase Weymouth’s capacity to offer worldclass Arts & Humanities programs and events and preserve the legacy of the Boyd House

Investment in technology and infrastructure to improve efficiency in operations

• Organization-wide strategic planning for 2026

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Giving 2022

Thank you to the following individuals, foundations, community organizations, local businesses, and corporations that so generously supported us in FY 2022.

$50,000 and above

Cindy & Robert Candler

$20,000 - $49,999

The Cannon Foundation

Richard J Reynolds III and Marie M. Reynolds Foundation

The Palmer Foundation

Julia Van Camp

$10,000 - $19,999

Donald & Elizabeth Cooke Foundation Adrienne Ives

Glenda Kirby

Marion Stedman Covington Foundation

$5,000 - $9,999

Lois Holt

Susan Huston

Josephus Daniels

Charitable Fund of the Triangle Community Foundation

Barbara Keating & Kurt Kreuger

Kenelm Foundation

Michael & Elette Owen

Martha Parsons

Peter and Nancy Doubleday Foundation

Sandhills Community College

$2,500 - $4,999

First Bank

Marilyn Barrett & Catherine Vrdolyak

Joann & Dale Erickson

FirstHealth of the Carolinas

Sandy Tremblay & Paul Hammock

Donnalee & Patrick McDonald

Moore Appliance Service NC Writers Network

Penick Village

$1,000 - $2,499

Aging Outreach Services

Grace Anderson

Diane Anello Elaine Baillie

Pamela Boyd Binder

Cele Bryant Mary Dembosky

Tom & Katrina Denza

Patrick & Roberta Dewar

Leonard & Rita DiNapoli

Martha Dunnagan

Nancy Bradley & Don Fenn

Bill Sahadi Fore

Properties Realty, Inc.

Garden Club of the Sandhills

Billie Hinton

Maurice Holland

Mark E. Holt

Peter Lars Jacobson

Sharon & Carnie Lawson

John & Linda Storm


Kea Capel & Robert McCann

Fred McCashin

Amey Miller Cathy Milligan

Deirdre Newton North Carolina Poetry Society

Charles Oldham

Pat Riviere-Seel

Tom Seitz

Southern Pines Garden Club

Southern Whey Mary Stephenson

Kathryn & John Talton

The Insurance Center

Ashley Van Camp Jennifer Vogel

Jack & Claudie Wells

$500 - $1,000

Sally Adams Mary Ariail

Cynthia Birdsall

Botanical Garden Club

Doreen Buller

Wiley Cash

CCNC Garden Club

John & Karla Anne Ceraso

Kim Church

Clayton Britt & Sons, Inc. Miriam Cunningham Jane & Brian Deaton

Anne and Earl Ellis Shane English Nora Esthimer

ExxonMobil Foundation Nelson & Cecilia Ford

Sofie Franzen-Moyle Douglas & Lydia Gill Joseph Gomez Sarah Green Molly Haile Mrs. Cleon Hayes Anne Howell

Marjorie Hudson

Linda Janssen

Richard & Karla Keating Laura Creed

Candice Hope Littleton Michael & Wendy Malone

William & Donna May John & Mary McNeill

Norman & Babette Minery

Randolph Morrissett

Bill & Valerie Mountcastle

Michele Movius

Bobbie Mudge

Leslie Murphy

Kelly Mustian Dorothy Newman

William Daniel Pate

Gary Phillips

Pinehurst Garden Club

Katherine Pyne Joyce Reehling

P. Wayne & Alice Robbins

Andie Rose

Paul & Patricia Rudovsky

Cameron Sadler Ali Saleh Diana Self

Jocelyn Servick

Gay Smith

Audrey Smith Kathy & Billy Taylor

Trish & Mike Warren Williamson Gynecology

Deborah Wilson

$250 - $499 Maya Afilalo Tiffany Albright Connie Atwell

Roger & Betsy Baldelli Mildred Barya

Kimberly Becker Alyse K. Bensel

Todd Berliner

Betsy & Larry Best Belle Boggs

Kate Brandes

Sam Brooks

Robert & Monika Brown

Jane Brown

Donald & Marcia Bryant

Frances Campbell Michael Carter

William & Lisa Case

Rhoda Cerny

Lela Chesson

William Cissna

Steve & Cynthia Clark Robert Costello

Charles J. Coulter III North Carolina

Humanities Council

Mary Ellen Cravotta

Kimberly Daniels Taws Stephanie Dean Leslie Deane

Marie Shaw Dee Christoph Diasio Kim Drain

Susan Dutcher Ann Ehringhaus Cindy Fischer Jane Galan

Michael Hardgrove

John & Carolyn Hatcher Paul & Alice Herrington

Betty Hobbs

Lynda Horn

Susan Hudson Lulu Johnson

W. Miller & Julia Johnstone Courtney Justus Emily Katz

James and Patricia Keffer Craig Kittner

Nancy Knickerbocker Gwen Koning

Mackenzie Kozak Janet Kozel

Linden Garden Club

Longleaf Garden Club Holly & Kenneth MacDonald Dudley Marchi Cathy Maready Dave Marek Suzanne Martin Jamie McDevitt

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Madge McKeithen

Rob & Roey Mendel

Tricia Michael

Virginia and Philip Notestine

Walker & Judy Oldham

Joseph & Sarah Parrish

Timothy Peeler

Patricia Pottle

Lynnette Rauvolabouta

Margaret Roehl

Ralph & Rosa Ronalter

Jackie Ross

Janet Samuelson

Vickie Seifert

Frank & Rollie Shaw

Phillip & Katie Shumaker

Milton & Elaine Sills

Judith Silver Amber Smith

Pamela Smith

Michael & Alisa Sorenson

Carole Southon

David Spadafora

Diana Staley

Oliver & Wanda Sweeney

Lisa Tolnitch

Peter & Patricia Valenti

Tom and Lorie Van Camp

Nancy Weisser

Carol Westerly

Cassie Willis

Tammy Wilson

Dawn Wilson

Rosemary Zuhone

$100 - $249

Richard & Anne Agnew

Lynn Anderson

Iris Angle

Jeffrey Armentrout

Allen & Emily Averbook

Margaret Baddour

Marylouise Bailey

Denise Baker

David & Carolyn Bass

Clyde & Judy Biddle

Lucinda Boyd

Mildred Boyd Wendy Boyd Close

Bryant & Katherine Bozarth

Cathy Breeden

Jennifer Brodie

Cyndie & Randy Burnett

Nona Burrell

Doug Burrow

Carla & Alan Butler

Steve & Lucy Cain

Anne & Bill Callison

Lara Campagna

Jacqueline Campione

Marie & Bob Carbrey

Judy Casey

Jane Casnellie

Jan Chalker

Donna Chapin

Richard & Pidge Chapman

Elizabeth Childers

Barbara Cohen

Lucinda Cole

Karen Conlin

Carol Conover

Susanne Cooper

Kenneth Corens

Cheri Coulter

Chip Cromartie

Robert & Holly Daane

Al Daniels

Deborah Darby

Janice Davis

Rick Dedmond

Anne Dekeyser

Jeanne Deparis

Marty Dickinson

Cassie Drexel

Barbara Dvorozniak

Caroline & Ben Eddy

Cindy Edgar

Patty Engelking

Donna Engelson

Samuel Esquibel

Angela Estes

Brian Fiala

Michael Fields

Ted Fitzgerald

Joe & Patty Franklin James & Linda Frye Gordon Fung

Yvonne & Donald Gale

Ann Ganis

Gattis Construction

Kimberly Geddes

Mary Geshel Johnson

Agnes Gioconda

Marianna Grasso

Stephanie & Nate Grotzke

Harold Hathaway III

Deborah Hersh

Mary Hilgenberg

Elliot Hill

Gail Himrod

Susan Hoffmann

Kate Holmes

Roberta Hooks

IBM Alison Ives

Debby & Roger Johnson

Dr. William Miller

Johnstone III

Maria Kazakos

Mary Kiloustian

W. Kirby & Joanne Kilpatrick

Karen King Karyn Kline

Veraleen Kremer

John & Aline Lafferty Jill & John Lahey Ann Lambrecht

Cheryl Lancaster

Kevin & Lesa Lindsay Ray Linville J Michelle Liveris

Sarah Logan Julian O. Long Kathy Luckhaus

Hayden Luczka Kjersti Lupo

Nancy Mack Joanne Mackara Ann Manovsky

Jude Mansur Ariel Mason Harlan McCaskill Mack & Sue McClain

Joan McGuinness

Joan Meade

Lucy Meldrum Estelle Menke

Carol Metoyer

Lauri Michelich Millicent Moats John Monroe

Richard & Andrea Moore

Dolores Muller Jane Nehlsen

Duy Nguyen James & Lisa Nicol

Marie O’Brien Pamela O’Hara

Nancy Oakley

Patricia Okenica & Steve Hayes

The Organizer Bookkeeping Services

Johnny & Martha Owen

Reagan & Linda Parsons

Christina Pawlikowski

Edward Pearce

Linda & James Phillips Mary Pierson

Pine Branch of Pinehurst Garden Club

Thea Pitassy

Robert Pitts

Stephen Pogoloff & Christina Askounis Dennis & M. Elaine Porzio

Doug & Heidi Grimm Powell

Elizabeth Rainoff

Richard Reed Mary-Stewart Regensburg

Bev & Phil Reynolds Kimberly Roth Manfred, Sonja & Nitza Rothstein

Sarah Ruiz

Sandhills Council of Garden Clubs

Sandy Mine Self Storage

Art Scherer

Marian Schillerstrom

Karen Schlobohm

Deborah & James Schonberger

Marilee Schiff & Karl Schweinfurth

Seven Lakes Garden Club

Lillian Shaw

Lindsey Simmons

Marianna Singer

SkilsUSA North Carolina Judy Smith

Stephen Smith Mary Sommer

Janet Staub Mary Steffan Brian & Laura Stevens

Tom & Ilana Stewart John & Cynthia Strickland

Susan Suggs Patricia Sullivan

Marjorie Tamblyn Melissa Tatge

Edward Taws, Jr. Susan Mocsny Thomas Kirk & Limousine Tours

Jerry Townley

Stuart Tuffnell

Dr. Aaron Vandermeer & Katie Wyatt

Carol Vanzanten

Jane Wagstaff

Samuel Walden

Samuel & Elizabeth Walker

B. Weatherspoon

Carole Weaver

William Webb

Sara Webster

Carol Weiss

West Southern Pines Civic Club

Weymouth Garden Club Janet Wheaton

Scott & Daphne White Tim Williams

Deborah Wimberly

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Carole Winding

Robert Witchger

Jon & Emily Womack

Shannon Woolfe

David & Adair Woronoff

Kathy Wright

Harry & Judith Wurster

David & Maryhelen


$50 - $99

Michele Akin

Annice Alt

Deborah Anderson

Larry Arnold Elizabeth Bailey

Joann K. Baker

Shannon Banas

Barbara Barrett

Jennifer Bartee

Julie Baugher

Judith Boyle Carolyn Brady

Elaine & Jason Britt

Bernadette Brown

Lea Brown

Veronica Brown Ellen Burke

Catherine Jones & Michael Busko

Mitchell Capel

Susan Capstick

Donna Carter

Mary Carter

James Case

Richard Cavedo

Eric & Linda Christenson

Amy Clark

Ellie Collins

Sara Copeland

Jerrilyn Crowell

Leslie Dahlgren

Robert Darst

Celestine Davis

Michelle Mead Dekker

Martha Derleth

Joseph & Anne Derosa

Robert & Mary Deters

Martha Devault

Amy Drake David Drummond

Samantha Dulemba Chris Dunn Maria Eckrich Ann-Charlotte Ehrling Mary Elsesser

Patricia Feister Sandra Fischer Hartley Fitts

Kim Floyd Suzanne Fox

Louis Foye

Theresa Gagan

Joann Garner

Nancy Geddes

Joan Gelber

Carol Gemson

Gregory & Valerie Georgevitch

Martha Gibbons

Michele Gowan

Adriane Gram

Katharine B Grantham

Sandra Grdina

Susan Greatorex

Rob Greene

Matthew Gritzmacher

Mary Habets

Kathryn Haith

Cynthia Hall

Thomas Hart

Brenda Harvey Kim Hedge

Robert & William Henning

Gerhard Hergenhahn

Danielle Herion Robert Hill

Courtenay Hoag

Holly Branch of Pinehurst Garden Club

Melissa Holt

Adam Hoyle Chris Jackman Ron Joe Rebecca Jones Tammy Joyce Robert & Mary Kadarauch

William “Skip” Kendrick Megan King Luann Kinney

Susan Kirby-Smith Harvey Kohn Daniel Kohn Ann Lane

Tara Ledford Saundra Lee

George Lettis

Loblolly Garden Club Andrew Lyons

Erin Magee Adam Malone Holly Matt Dennis McCracken

Janis McCullough

Michael & Barbara McGinnis

Roderick & Cynthia McIver

Sarah McLeod

Belize Menzies

Jay Mickle

Guusje Moore

Anne Morley

Callan Nagle Judith Nappi Sondra Nelson Ann-Boyd Newman

Damita & Timothy Nocton Linda Nunez

Christine Obrien Pamela Partis Iva Peele

Dawn Penfold Ann Petersen

Randall & Sandra Phillips John Presley Wren Rehm

Jim and Reggie Reid Mary Rhodes Pam Roberts Scott Robinson Marylou Roche

Camilla Rothwell Roundtree Design, LLC Sandy Rudolph

Bennet & Joyce Sacolick

Mary Ellen Saladin

Karen & Charles Samaras

Felice Schillaci

Susan Schulz

Seedlings Garden Club

Brenda Sharpe

Diane Shelby Evelyn Sparko

Anne & Andrew Steidinger

Elizabeth Stern

Ted & Beth Stevens

Rosemary StevensonHanson

Barbara Summers

Cynthia Swan

Tracy Thomas

Lynn Thompson Carolyn Thompson Aurele Timken Jan Truemper

Susan Tucker Sheila Turnage Rachel Van Camp

Margaret Van Riper

Eric & Helen Von Salzen

Kim Wade Keith Walvoord Carroll Watts Jessica Wells Diane Westbrook Elizabeth & Lee Whitman Kevin Witchger

Emily Womack

Leslie Yarbrough Margaret Young Peg Duffy & Len Zeller Gregory Zywocinski

In-Kind Gifts

Denise Baker

Stephen & Barbara Boyd

Marilyn Barrett

Michael & Dede Frye Steve Grasso

Harbinger Wood Floors

John & Carolyn Hatcher Mary Hilgenberg

Barbara Keating & Kurt Kreuger

Glenda Kirby Sharon & Carnie Lawson Paula & Don Parke Bev Reynolds Andie Rose Sandhills Community College

Dorothy Starling Daniel & Susan Sullivan SoaringSun LLC Kathryn Talton The Pilot Ashley Van Camp

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Financial Report

The financial information shared here represents the fulfillment of our mission through the generosity of our supporters.

Assets: (All totals)

Current assets: $128,171

Property and Equipment: $273,070

Investments: $240,319

Beneficial interest held at NC Comm. Fdn: $121,774

Endowment funds: $7,607

Total assets: $770,941

Liabilities: (All totals)

Current liabilities: $76,238

Net assets: With donor restrictions: $7,607 Without restrictions: $687,096

Total net assets: $694,703

Total net assets and liabilities: $770,941

Contributions 25.5%

Investment Income 21.9%

Grants 15.5%

Rental Income 11.3%

Fundraising Income 10.5%

PPP Loan 8.5%

Membership 6.4%

In-kind Contributions 0.3%

Misc Income 0.1%

Historic Preservation 52.8%

Management and Administration 25.9%

Arts and Humanities 17.9%

Fundraising 3.5%

Individual Donations and Sponsorship 36.5%

Grants 26%

Gate House Rental Income 26%

Fundraising Special Events 17.7%

Boyd House Rental Income 8.1%

Program and Events Sales 6.5% Merchandise Sales 0.8%

Corporate Sponsorship 1.8%

Personnel Expense 39.6%

Repair and Maintenance 10.5%

Fundraising Expense 8.4% Insurance 4.3%

Advertising and Publicity 5.9% Contract Labor 5.6%

Utilities 3.4%

Systems 2.6%

Printing, Postage and Shipping 1.8%

Supplies and Office Expense 1.2%

Meals, Travel and Entertainment 1.2%

The financials for Fiscal Year 2022 are the internal records of Weymouth’s unaudited financial for year-end June 30, 2022, pending an official audit in November 2022. The Fiscal Year 2021 Audited Financials for year-end June 30, 2021 were prepared by Neal, Bradsher & Taylor, Auditors. For a copy of the complete Financial Statement of Position please contact the office.

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Expense, Total $258,631
Income, Total $365,462
Year-End June 30, 2021
Ordinary Income, Total $664,276 Year-End June 30, 2022 Ordinary Expense, Total $554,585

A Message from the Executive Director

To echo Ashley, what a year this has been! I completed my first year as Executive Director this July, and looking back, it is breathtaking to see all that we have accomplished together. Thanks to the tireless efforts of YOU, our incredible volunteers and supporters, we have shepherded the historic transformation of every inch of Weymouth, with major restoration projects completed on all of our buildings, gardens and grounds, and of course the historic Boyd House. We have seen a return to in-person events and inspiring performances, with sold-out rooms for conversations ranging from social justice and the arts, to the conspiracies behind a violin and its chorus of musicians. We have celebrated the anniversary of 100 years in the Boyd House through presenting 100 events as part of the “Weymouth Wonderful 100,” and we are nearing the finish line of our $1.1 million campaign for the future of Weymouth.

THANK YOU. For your support, for your ideas, for your energy, and for your vision of what Weymouth could become over the next 100 years. We are indebted to you, and it is an honor to help continue this legacy of contribution and community-building.

With deep gratitude,

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