As if a reminder that college sports can still be about something much greater than winning, we recently hosted a Y Field Day at the Weinberg Y in Waverly. Student athletes from Towson University and Morgan State University came together to serve their community, a part of a series of
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We all know that January is the month of the year in which the Y’s and health clubs’ membership surges, thanks to New Year’s resolutions, too much holiday “cheer,” and a relentless barrage of advertising (most of it, in my view, grimace-inducing) with enticing offers to lure folks into year-long
Recently an Op-Ed appeared in The Baltimore Sun which implied that we weren’t fully vested in the City of Baltimore. The writer clearly had little understanding of our work, scope, scale and deep commitment to quality and impact in the city and across the region. Y Association Board Chair Tom
People often ask what exactly “Social Responsibility” means when considering the Y’s focus and mission. Most people can pretty quickly get their heads around “Youth Development” and “Healthy Living,” particularly when quickly scanning our programs and facilities. However, the concept of social responsibility understandably seems more abstract and less defined.
The first week for Y on the Fly was a great one! Last week, the Y on the Fly van popped up at Calvert Street Park & King and Kennedy Park in the Old Goucher’s neighborhood, Belmont Elementary and Joseph Lee Ballfields, Harwood Park, the St. Francis neighborhood and