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During Welcoming Week, The Gateway Family YMCA will host activities celebrating diversity, inclusion and heritage at all branches in Elizabeth, Rahway and Union.
Google's Be Internet Awesome workshops will be offered Saturday, April 27, (and one on Friday, April 26,) at 18 YMCA locations across Chicagoland as part of the YMCA's Healthy Kids Day.
"We are at an exciting time in our history as we approach the 100th anniversary of the Meadowlands YMCA," Kisselback said in a statement.
And as we look to the future, we can see an important role for YMCAs in building stronger and more vibrant communities.
The honor of being asked to participate comes as part of the YMCA of Central Massachusetts having been name a Global Center of Excellence by the national organization - a distinction bestowed on only 38 YMCAs nationwide.
Sir George Williams founded the YOUNG MEN'S CHRISTIAN ASSOCIATION ( YMCA ) on 06th June 1844 in London.
The shop was opened by the Coventry dance group Kombat Breakers, three of whom live in YMCA accommodation.
One question for the YMCA's Dave Perez is whether Lane County's commissioners will OK his plan next year to put indoor soccer fields at the fairgrounds.
Jack Lund, President and CEO of the YMCA of Greater New York, said: "The purpose of the YMCA's capital redevelopment program is to expand capacity for youth programs.
In the case of north-east county Durham, the YMCA was slow to be established.
It also spread rapidly overseas, and the World Alliance of YMCAs was constituted in 1855.