Posted on 4/12/17 4:15 PM by Alexander Thomas
Through the eyes of our youth, you can see the world just a little bit different. Read on!
Posted on 4/21/15 12:56 PM by Scott Woodaman
When we talk about giving back to our community the Y is always willing to jump in. Below is a picture of the Tarriffville School Junior Achievement (JA) group that dedicated all day to work with kids from Kindergarten to 6th grade. We talked about how business works and how you can become a successful Entrepreneur. In partnership with JA and Simsbury Bank, Brian Liss, Scott Woodaman and Michael Garcia all gave of their time and talents. We know the volunteers had fun working with the kids all day!
Posted on 4/13/15 11:00 AM by Will Kusek
Kayla at the Glastonbury Family YMCA is preparing for the biggest role of her life: confident, young leader making her mark. But she wasn't always the bright, outgoing girl she is today. This is her Y. Her camera. Her story.
Posted on 4/7/15 10:59 AM by Will Kusek
Tony Gronski, Executive Director of Camp Woodstock, often describes summer camp as a training ground for life. Here is the story of former Camp Woodstock camper, Sarah Bonner, who recently began a two-year term of service as a Peace Corps volunteer in the Dominican Republic.
Sarah Bonner grew up in Avon, CT and graduated from Avon High School. She attended Camp Woodstock for ten years, first as a camper, then as a Leader in Training, Counselor in Training, Counselor, and finally, Counselor in Training Director. In March of 2013, she participated in the service trip to the Dominican Republic, and in the spring of 2014, Sarah graduated from the University of Massachusetts Amherst where she double majored in Sociology and Social Thought and Political Economy.