SEQUIM: Boys and Girls Club chief resigns

SEQUIM — Mary Morgan couldn’t seem to get the melody of Patti Page’s hit song “Old Cape Cod” out of her head Thursday as she sat in the office at the Boys and Girls Club.

“I’ve been thinking about going home for the past six months,” Morgan said, confirming her resignation as executive director of Boys and Girls Clubs of the Olympic Peninsula. “That’s what this is all about — going home.”

A native of Massachusetts, Morgan has accepted a position as chief professional officer of the Boys and Girls Club of Cape Cod.

The resignation was announced Thursday by Cathy Carl, Boys and Girls Clubs of the Olympic Peninsula executive board president. It is effective April 27.

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