As the summer winds down, we reflect on successes of our past and dreams for our future.
Back in July, the DVSA task force had a powerful conversation about how domestic violence effects youth. Also in July, YWCA was welcomed to participate in United Way’s Community Strengthening Partnership.
In August, our Y’s Care Program participated in the Beaches Cruisin’ and received a $10,000 check to support the social and educational needs of pre-school children in low- and no-income situations. We also attended the Cruisin’ and awarded Sharma Schlecht for her accomplishments and her support of other young women in the community.
September 3rd quickly approaches, and marks the last day to register for our annual luncheon which features Sonia Manzano from Sesame Street. Find out what Sesame Street and Y’s Care have in common in this month’s issue.
November is voting season, and Public Policy Vice President Susan LaLone shares perspective on State Initiatives 594 and 591.