In addition to this she is involved with the Selamta Family Project in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia.
The Selbos have 3 boys, Chris, Jack and Greg all now in their 20’s, who actively participated in summer Christian Camps in Georgia.After moving to Vermont, their youngest son, Greg visited Bethany Birches several times with FCCW church youth gatherings and also as a volunteer.What a wonderful place to be introduced to the love of Christ and God’s glorious creation.Most days you can find her in a local swimming hole, on a hiking trail, or on a ski slope.She lives in Bridgewater, VT with her husband Owen, Owen’s children, two pets, 20 chickens and three goats. In her spare time, Brenda can be found enjoying Nature – in her gardens, taking a walk with a friend, running, or just being.
Brenda came to Bethany Birches on her very first week in VT, through a Mennonite Your Way stay with BBC’s directors at the time, while looking for a place to live after accepting a job in the area. Stacia Selbo Bridgewater, VTStacia Selbo joined Bethany Birches in December 2015.Brenda is a member of the Bethany Mennonite Church since moving to Vermont from Lancaster, PA in 1994.She graduated from Millersville University, PA and Dartmouth College, NH and considers herself a lifelong learner.He says “I first visited BBC in the early ‘80’s for a young couples church retreat. We have raised three children who all attended summer camp at BBC in their youth.”Retired from education and a long career at the Woodstock Inn, he finds time and reasons to serve Taftsville Mennonite Chapel as their representative to the BBC board of directors.Also, having been the camp chef/food director for many years he takes a personal interest in helping to shape the lives of young people at camp.Kristin experienced the joy of unstructured time outdoors during her growing up years and has enjoyed being outside ever since.