Carolyn Schroth has given her resignation from the Boys and Girls Club of the Bighorns.
Jack Tarter, Chief Volunteer Officer for the BGCBH said Schroth's reasons for the resignation were personal, but he applauded the work she has done with the organization.
Schroth was the Boys and Girls Club's Chief Professional Officer for the last few years, and Tarter said a replacement is now being sought.
No deadline has been set to find her replacement, he said, and the organization will take as much time as necessary to find the right person for the job.
In the meantime, Tarter said more than 70 kids will continue to be served by the club with interim CPO Toni Cervenka in charge until the new one takes over.