At the Club meeting Feb. 8, Michelle Vaughn, LICSW, presented an informative talk about the Walden Street School, located in Concord Center. The school is a residential treatment facility for teenaged girls who have experienced trauma by their caregivers or in the community. Michelle explained developmental trauma and overviewed Walden's cutting edge treatment tailored to each girl's needs. Before enrolling at Walden, many of their 32 students had never taken part in extra-curricular activities. Vaughn invited the Rotary Club of Concord to partner with Walden in offering the students opportunities for community service.  In the past, the Rotary Club of Concord has worked with Walden on such projects as farming outdoors at Gaining Ground.