With support from more than 1,400 donors, the YMCA of South Palm Beach County rai
A new program at the YMCA of South Palm Beach County helps people
The YMCA of South Palm Beach County’s board of trustees invited more than 100 supporters to the lunchtime event where summer campers, including several served by the Caridad Center, greeted guests upon their arrival. On display were the artwork and s
By Janis Fontaine
In just a few weeks, another summer vacation comes to a close for nearly 200,000 kids in Palm Beach County. Before school begins, take advantage of one of the events planned to make the transition easier.
launch their 2040 mayoral campaigns during the YMCA ‘Kid for Mayor’ press event
at the DeVos-Blum Family YMCA of Boynton Beach. The event was part of a national
The YMCA of Palm Beach County welcomed more than 125 guests to the launch of the 2015 Annual Campaign. The kickoff event featured first-hand stories about the impact the organization is having in the community. LEFT: (l-r) Trustee Charles ‘Buzz’
The YMCA of South Palm Beach County’s board and staff members, along with volunteers, celebrated
the success of the 2014 campaign at a morning event with the theme ‘Stories.’ Guests shared their experiences with the agency and recognized the fact the
YMCA Inspiration Breakfast committee members: Jennifer Siesel, Alberto Echevarria, Chris Echevarria, Mary Workman, Megan Keenan, Gloria Hosh, Kery Knutson, Carl Foster, Alex Farnsworth, Teresa Harrington, Jon Kaye, Trina Chin Cheong, Pam Roulan and L
Volunteers, board members and employees of the YMCA of South Palm Beach County celebrated the success of the 2013 Annual Campaign with an event recognizing the $366,000 raised for the financial-assistance program. Each attendee received a YMCA-brand
Sponsors, board members and trustees of the YMCA of South Palm Beach County were welcomed to the penthouse for a reception that preceded the organization’s March 8 prayer breakfast. The event featured entertainment, refreshments and networking for th
The Greater Boca Raton Chamber of Commerce celebrated a day outdoors with community leaders, business professionals and local families – more than 600 in all – as part of its ‘Enhance the Community’ initiative. Florida Atlantic University mascot Owls
Richard Pollock, who lives in Highland Beach with his wife,
Mary Jo, has worked for the YMCA for 38 years. He is the CEO
of the YMCA of South Palm Beach County, which includes facilities
in Boca Raton and Boynton Beach. Tim Stepien/The Coastal Sta
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