Usually we start off the week with a Monday Mission Update, but I thought I’d shake it up a bit and start things off with a group of Y Associate Shout Outs. We’ll do a Monday Mission Update tomorrow (you’ll understand why when you read it, so stay tuned).
Month: July 2018
After a brief and unintentional hiatus, I’m back with a round of Associate Shout-outs, all of which are great testimonials to the relentless spirit and sense of mission that courses through the veins of our Y. So, without any further ado, here we go: Meagan Davis (Lead Teacher, Y Preschool
Today’s Monday Mission Update is simple and straightforward. It’s a poignant reminder of just how important our work is. Take, for example, this comment from a member: “My life was changed when I joined the Dancel Y. The people are so kind and helpful. Lost a lot of
One of the joys and, at times, challenges of being a direct service organization is that you get direct, unambiguous feedback from many people. As a large direct service organization, it’s important that we organize and analyze that feedback in order to continuously improve, doubling down on what we’re doing
Last Monday, about 100 people gathered at the Living Classroom’s Frederick Douglass-Isaac Myers Maritime Museum in Fells Point to honor Chris Ader-Soto upon her retirement after 45 years of service to children and families, 33 of which were spent at the Y in Central Maryland. Last Friday, Chris exited