For All, Always

For All, Always

“To put Christian principles into practice through programs that build a healthy spirit, mind, and body for all.” These words make up the mission of the Y but perhaps no words are as important as ...

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Juneteenth and the YMCA

The YMCA has a deep, rich history with the African American community. The first YMCA for African Americans was founded in 1853 in Washington, D.C. by formerly enslaved Anthony Bowen. And in the ...

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Caring For Community: Yesterday, Today, and Tomorrow

We haven’t really been closed during the COVID-19 pandemic. Sure, some Y programs and services were put on hold and the general public has not been permitted inside facilities, but the Y has been ...

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More Than a Membership

For more than 175 years, the Y has led through times of change. Together with volunteers and donors, the Y has pivoted services to meet the needs of an ever-evolving community. Throughout History ...

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Supporting Our Active Older Adults

Did you know that more than 40% of seniors regularly experience loneliness? Research shows that loneliness can lead to serious health issues, especially for those over age 65. It can raise their ...

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