Youth Development, Healthy Living and Social Responsibility are the three focal points of all our work and while it’s easy to point to Y work and programs that deliver on the promise of healthy living and youth development, the notion of “social responsibility” can seem vague as literally everything we
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This past Saturday, with the help of over 50 enthusiastic volunteers, the Y hosted the 2018 First Lego League Baltimore City Robotics Qualifying Tournament at Fort Worthington Elementary/Middle School, a Y Before and After School and Community School site in Baltimore’s east side. First Lego League is an international competition
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.
Outstanding Community Board Leadership: David Fries Chair, Anne Arundel County Community Board Volunteer Instrumental in Supporting the Y’s Critical Mission: Dwight Taylor Y Association Board David Lockhart Y Association Board Outstanding Community Outreach and Engagement: Michael Siri Northern Baltimore Community Board Outstanding Partnership: Dr. Donald