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Stephanie & Ashley: Living Our Cause

Get to know this month's Living Our Cause Staff of the Month: Our creative director Stephanie Mott and school age program assistant director Ashley Anderson. READ MORE

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Letter From the CEO: Jan 2017

Let's talk about the "C" in the YMCA. What does it stand for? What role does Christianity play at the YMCA? Is the Y a Christian organization? Our CEO answers your questions. READ MORE

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Jenna & Lynne: Living Our Cause

"Everyone has their own unique personality, but kids don’t hold back. They ask questions, they say whatever silly thing is on their mind, and they’re not afraid to laugh about it." READ MORE

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YMCA Jr. Buffs Hockey Turns Heads

The YMCA Jr Buffs Hockey Program enjoyed the most successful tournament weekend in its brief history. READ MORE

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Volunteer of the Month: Linda Damon

"I want others to have opportunities that I have. I want others to grow and develop to their best." READ MORE

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Letter From The CEO: Dec 2016

My daughter is in college and is dating a boy who we will call Bill for the sake of anonymity. I don’t like it one little bit! I was in college and I was a boy, but I must admit I do like this kid. READ MORE

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Katelyn and Cody: Living Our Cause

"The YMCA is a wonderful organization that gives back to the community, and I think it's great that I get to be a part of that." READ MORE

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Volunteer of the Month: Irene Smith

"Volunteering is a great form of service. I believe it’s an essential part of life." READ MORE

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Blaire: Living Our Cause

"I love being an asset to my community." READ MORE

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Letter From the CEO: Nov 2016

There is nothing wrong with buying gifts. There is nothing wrong with donating to charity in someone’s name. But it should be with meaning, with thought and with caring. READ MORE