Kristy Price to leave FIRC position |

Kristy Price to leave FIRC position


DILLON – Kristy Price, who has served as the executive director for the Family and Intercultural Resource Center (FIRC) for the past 2 1/2 years, is leaving her position at the end of August.Price, a local school board member whose background is in elementary education, has accepted a position with another Colorado nonprofit, Invest in Kids. Invest in Kids brings high quality, science-based programming to communities all over the state. Price will work with teachers and families with children from ages 2-10.”While I will miss working with Summit County folks, I am thrilled to be back in classrooms and working with more children,” Price said of her new position.FIRC will be seeking a new director immediately. Price said she plans to be involved in the transition.For the past two years, FIRC has been working mostly with immigrant families to provide cultural adjustment services, parenting skills, family advocacy and general information about living in Summit County. FIRC also runs Summit Thrift & Treasure, a nonprofit thrift store; proceeds from the store benefit local families.

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