Posted on 04/01/2015 in Other
April is Autism Awareness Month!
Tomorrow, Thursday, April 2, is World Autism Day, and we invite you to "Turn the Y Blue" and show your support by wearing blue! 1 in 68 children are affected by Autism, so help show your support and spread awareness about Autism Awareness Month by wearing blue tomorrow!
For more information on Autism or the "Light it Up Blue" initiative, visit AutismSpeaks.orgLearn more here!
Posted on 03/31/2015 in A Guide to Healthy Living
Happy Monday! With Wednesday being the first day of April, we at the South Shore YMCA want to revisit a healthy living challenge that we presented you with at the beginning of March. On March 3, we asked you to write down your healthy living progress up until that point and to start thinking about where you hope to be by the end of March. It’s hard to believe, but we are already at the end of March! This week, we want you to take time to think about how far you have come since you began your healthy living journey with us. Write down your progress, track your hardships, and set new goals for the ...
Posted on 03/26/2015 in Other
Help Your Neighbors in Need by Shopping at Whole Foods on April 8th
When you shop at Whole Foods on April 8th, 5% of your purchase will be donated to support “Meghan’s Place” Food Pantry at the South Shore YMCA Germantown Neighborhood Center.
“Meghan’s Place” Food Pantry serves over 1,200 children, seniors and adults in our local communities each month. As the need for food assistance continues to grow, we rely on the generosity of the South Shore community to ensure our neighbors in need are able to put food on the table each week.
Please consider making your regular food shopping trip on April 8th to help your neighbors in need. Learn more!Page 1 of 72 »
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