UNYOC designates Lucretia McClure as Living Human Treasure

At this year’s annual meeting in Poughkeepsie,  UNYOC designated Lucretia McClure as the chapter’s first ever “Living Human Treasure”.  The proclamation was read out by Christopher Tosh.  Along with a plaque and a lovely bouquet of flowers, Lucretia received a scrapbook of memories created by Sue Ben-Dor.  Lucretia sent a very charming thank you note to all of us. …read more

UNYOC 2011: Inspiration and Education

(As a requirement of UNYOC’s Professional Development Award, recipients must post on the UNYOC blog describing their experience including the impact this has had on them personally and/or their organization.)  With UNYOC’s generous support, I was able to attend their 2011 Annual Meeting in Poughkeepsie, New York. This professional development opportunity benefitted me greatly in …read more