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Falconer Named Scott County Boys and Girls Club Executive Director


By Tammy Moore Teague
The Scott County Boys and Girls Club in Waldron has named Amanda Falconer, 29, as the new Executive Director. Falconer’s first day on the job was October 15. She’s not a newcomer to the club, however, as she has served as a volunteer for the past several years and also on the board for the past few months.
Falconer, a Waldron native, is married to Larry Falconer, 33, and the couple have two daughters, Layklnn, 9, and Eralynn,3. She is a 2007 Waldron High School graduate and holds an Associates Degree in Accounting. Additionally, she holds a Bachelors Degree in Health and Human Services.
Falconer brings new and innovative ideas to the award winning organization. Falconer stated “I have so many future plans for the club’s growth, particularly teenagers, and  bringing in more activities. I am so excited to have the chance to change and help so many young lives.”
Recent donations from Buffalo Wild Wings and Arvest Bank are helping make those plans a reality. The club received $5,500 in free jerseys, which will help lower the cost of sports, and a $6,000 donation from Arvest will provide an updated computer lab.
“I am excited to help,” added Falconer. “I am very passionate about this work!” 

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