From the CEO
It’s a proud moment for me when I hear people lift up the Y as a symbol of what our community can do. For all of the challenges we face in Cleveland County, when there is a need, we come together. When I have visitors from around the country come to see our YMCA, they always ask, what is the ONE THING that has been the key to our success? I tell them the answer is easy, we are a “BIG C” YMCA. The Christian Mission of our organization is the cornerstone of all that we do and I feel so blessed that I get to serve a community that embraces and supports that mission.
YMCA CEO, Cameron Corder, announced two new staff changes. Daron Dwyer will become the Wellness Director of the Kings Mountain YMCA and Corby Haneline will become the Associate Executive Director of the Ruby Hunt YMCA.
For over 15 years, the YMCA has offered a Black Achiever program. The program has a dual focus; Most notably it focuses on teen academic achievement and career development, but what many don’t know is that it is an awesome leadership development opportunity for adults as well. The Achievers program is nationally recognized and offered at over 1000 YMCA sites across the country.
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On May 9th, over 400 people gathered at the wonderful LeGrand Center for the YMCA’s 18th Annual Community Prayer Breakfast.
20 years is a long time when you are looking forward, but it feels like a blink of the eye when you look backwards.
I bet I could say that everyone has been affected by cancer. If not, you will soon.