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UNITE PLAY CAMP WALLINGFORD FAMILY YMCA 2017 ANNUAL REPORT


A MESSAGE FROM OUR LEADERS Dear YMCA Community, Since 1944, the Wallingford Family YMCA has been strengthening the foundations of the community through programs, services and relationships that build a healthy spirit, mind and body for all. As a cause driven, charitable organization, we seek to address community needs through the three core focus areas of youth development, healthy living and social responsibility. The year 2017 can be summarized by the development and strengthening the foundation of our organization. Even through the challenges of reduced state funding, our financial position remains strong as we continue to build cash reserves, reduce debt and invest in our infrastructure. The YMCA is addressing communities needs such as; child and adult obesity, water safety, program access for low to moderate income families, teen programming for at risk youth as well as providing a place for families to spend quality time together through their busy daily schedules. The most exciting development this past year was the approval of a Capital Development plan. After several years of planning and thoughtful deliberation, including membership and community engagement, the Board of Directors approved a strategic direction for a dual branch service delivery model for the Greater Wallingford Community. “Healthy Communities�, a Capital Campaign to expand and revitalize the Wallingford Family YMCA has officially begun! This campaign plan will enable us to strengthen community life by providing greater access and opportunities for everyone. On behalf of the Board of Directors and YMCA staff, we thank you for your continued support and dedication to our cause driven work. Wishing you a healthy and peaceful year,

Sean Doherty Executive Director

Joshua Wyatt YMCA Board Chair


WHAT MAKES US DIFFERENT OUR MISSION As a charitable organization, our mission is to strengthen the foundation of the community through programs, services and relationships that build a healthy spirit, mind and body. We aim to be an effective resource and influential community partner by building meaningful, caring relationships and promoting healthy, productive lifestyles for generations.

OUR GOALS Here in our greater Wallingford community, we’ve been committed to building strong kids, strong families and strong communities for 73 years and are determined to keep doing it for at least 73 more. Everyday, we work side-by-side with our neighbors to make sure that everyone, regardless of age, background, or income, feels welcome and has the opportunity to learn, grow and thrive here at the Wallingford Family YMCA. We’re committed to having a greater impact on the overall well-being of the community by seeking collaboration, inspiring trust and heightening awareness to foster support & sustain youth development, healthy living and social responsibility here Wallingford.

OUR CORE VALUES Our core values drive everything our staff & volunteers do to live out our mission and make a meaningful and long lasting impact in our greater Wallingford community. By holding ourselves accountable to build character around our core values, we build healthy spirit, mind and body FOR ALL.

CARING We demonstrate sincere concern for others, their needs and well-being.

RESPECT We treat others as we would want to be treated and value the worth of every person

HONESTY We tell the truth and demonstrate reliability & trustworthiness.

RESPONSIBILITY We do what is right and are accountable for our choices & actions


YOUTH DEVELOPMENT

BY THE #S

All kids deserve an opportunity to discover who they are and what they can achieve. We believe in the potential of youth and teens and see every interaction as an opportunity for learning and youth development, grounded in our YMCA core values: caring, honesty, respect and responsibility. From cradle to career, the Y provides all youth with the tools and resources they need to succeed in life.

8 of 8

elementary schools served by our before & after school programs

403

children in our child care programs


Through our early child care at The Learning Community at Choate Rosemary Hall, we provide experiences to help entire family units cope, grow, communicate and care for each other. We maintain and strengthen what starts at home, giving all families the support they need to succeed. Our School Age Growth & Enrichment (SAGE) program is located in all 8 elementary schools and offers safe, fun and engaging care before & after school. Enrichment & Leadership for Middle School (ELMS) provides after school activities and educational enrichment for students from both Wallingford middle schools. Swimming is a life skill and youth swim lessons help children build confidence by floating, putting their faces in the water, kicking, learning arm strokes and more. To increase water safety across Wallingford, every April we hold Safety Around Water Week to help kids learn skills to be safe around water. Children thrive in our youth sports programs, as they learn confidence and teamwork. From Munchkin Soccer to Ballet, there is something at the YMCA to get every kid active, no matter what their interest. Camp Ulbrich had its most successful year yet, with a record number of kids making friends, having fun and experiencing the adventure of a lifetime at camp. With arts & crafts, swim lessons, all-camp competitions and more, Camp Ulbrich always offers campers the opportunity to meet & overcome new exciting challenges. In Upward Bound, students in grades 5-9 grow & develop in a constructive environment with positive role models. Youth are challenged to reach past their limitations with decision-making opportunities, recreational activities, and positive self-expression. In doing so, our hope is that they will grow & learn about themselves in a multitude of aspects in their lives, becoming better equipped with the life skills needed when faced with everyday challenges. The goal of the Upward Bound program is to create an atmosphere where kids feel safe, valued and free to express themselves.

101 900 More than

elementary, middle & high school students in Upward Bound

youth learned a life skill in swim lessons and joined us during our annual Safety Around Water Week

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2,001 142 5 members of the Dolphins Swim Team

camper weeks over sessions of Camp Ulbrich


HEALTHY LIVING

BY THE #S

We help individuals & families build and maintain healthy habits for spirit, mind & body in their daily lives. We provide programs & activities that promote wellness, reduce risk for disease and help others reclaim their health, for kids, adults, seniors and families. These programs and everything else the Y does are in service of building a stronger, healthier Wallingford every day.

8,442 97 6 43

Wallingford Family YMCA members

events just for families

students in Fit to Go from different schools


Health is more than getting your heart rate up - it’s about building community while you do it. The Y is a place to make friends, network and more. With brand new, state of the art equipment at both branches, we offer personal training, nutritional counseling and a mix of 100+ group exercise classes to suit the needs and fitness levels of everyone in Wallingford. Annual events, such as Scuba Santa and the Easter Egg-stravaganza, give parents & children much needed free family time to bring them closer. LiveSTRONG at the YMCA is a physical activity & well-being program designed to help adult cancer survivors achieve their holistic health goals. It offers people affected by cancer a safe, supportive environment to participate in physical and social activities focused on strengthening the whole person. Fit-to-Go is our response to the growing youth obesity crisis. Elementary & middle school youth learn about healthy living & nutrition, developed a focused & realistic workout program they could stick with, had tons of fun doing healthy activities, made new friends and felt better about themselves. With Race 4 Chase, we provide kids with a safe, healthy non-competitive environment to discover the sport of triathlon. They get expert instruction in swimming, cycling, running, strength training and flexibility, and also learn the fundamentals of good nutrition, under the supportive guidance of coaches. Race 4 Chase strives to empower kids to reach their full potential. It brings together kids from all different backgrounds and educates them on how to adopt a healthy lifestyle, coaches them to develop a foundation of athletic skills, and inspires them to aim high in sports and in life. The YMCA’s Diabetes Prevention Program empowers adults with prediabetes lasting lifestyle changes that will improve their overall health and reduce their chance of developing type 2 diabetes.

47

cancer survivors achieved their health goals with LiveSTRONG at the YMCA

Over

100 27 hours of pool time each week and

35

kids ran, biked and swam in Race 4 Chase

different types of fitness classes at both of our branches


SOCIAL RESPONSIBILITY

BY THE #S

We know that when we work together, we move individuals, families and communities forward. The Y responds to Wallingford’s most pressing needs by developing innovative, community-based solutions to help those in need to reach their full potential. We are also committed to inspiring a spirit of service by uniting individuals from all walks of life to participate in and work for positive social change.

Over

$200,000 in direct assistance to youth, adults, seniors & families of the Wallingford community

Almost


Everything we do at the Y does is in service to make ourselves and our community better. From athletics, to education, health services and safe spaces, we fill the gaps where society falls short because we believe everyone deserves the chance to thrive. In 2017, we launched our Togetherhood community service program that brings together people from all backgrounds to strengthen the spirit of community in Wallingford. Through our Community Support Campaign, we continue to raise funds for our Membership for All financial assistance program that ensures our doors are open to all to who need us the most. We are proud of our heritage and commitment to make our character-building, family-enriching programs available to everyone in our community. Annually, we receive support from hundreds of members, community leaders and businesses who believe in our purpose. Through Membership for All, these funds are distributed on a sliding scale to those with a documented need in our community. Our goal is to never turn anyone away because of an inability to pay.

With Healthy Wallingford 2020, we help advocate & promote healthy living to improve the overall quality of life for Wallingford. We strive to enhance the importance of a healthy lifestyle, build relationships by focusing on the leading health issues facing this country, strengthen the capacity for coalition building and increase the community's ability to promote policy & environmental changes that encourage healthy living. Through our free programs like LiveSTRONG at the Y, Fit to Go, Upward Bound, Safety Around Water Week, and Race 4 Chase, in addition to a variety of free workshops & more, we address the needs of the Wallingford community.

40

volunteer board & committee members and program, event & policy volunteers donated over hours of their time

290 $300,000

5,100

in indirect assistance in resources, facility use, volunteer hours & more


$23,004 Fit to Go

Youth Obesity Programs

$4,000

Race 4 Chase Kids Triathlon Program

$3,000

Safety Around Water Week Swim Safety Clinic

$2,041 YMCA’s Diabetes Prevention Program

20 COMMU

SUPP

CAMP

$86,412

Child Care & Program Assistance The Learning Community, SAGE, ELMS, Camp Ulbrich, Youth Sports & Aquatics


017 UNITY

PORT

PAIGN

$28,611

Membership for All

$34,774

LiveSTRONG at the YMCA Cancer Survivor Programs

$46,312 Upward Bound

Youth & Teen Outreach Programs


CHARITABLE CONTRIBUTIONS As a charitable organization, we receive support from our community through: GIFTS Contributions United Way Foundation Grants Capital Campaign

GOVERNMENT SUPPORT Grants, Vouchers & Contracts

VOLUNTEER TIME

$164,700 $28,069 $25,000 $25,000 $110,880

Value of Volunteer Support

$123,862

TOTAL

$477,511

GIVING BACK We give back to strengthen our community through: DIRECT & INDIRECT ASSISTANCE Membership Child Care Youth Sports & Aquatics Day Camping Youth Obesity & Teen Outreach Family Strengthening

OTHER COMMUNITY SUPPORT

$84,173 $119,874 $4,598 $31,590 $69,316 $10,404

Facility Use by Other Groups Community Outreach

$79,200 $103,280

TOTAL

$502,435


COMMUNITY PARNERS We are grateful to our community partners who have made it possible for us to expand our mission and outreach to Greater Wallingford ACES American Cancer Society - Relay for Life American Diabetes Association American Heart Association American Red Cross AT&T Foundation Bankwell Benhaven Boy Scouts of America Campership Fund Choate Rosemary Hall CMAK Foundation Coalition for a Better Wallingford Community Foundation of Greater New Haven Connecticut Alliance of YMCA’s Cuno Foundation Gaylord Hospital Girl Scouts of America High Roads Transition Institute Holy Trinity Church & School HUBCAP Wallingford Kiwanis Club of Wallingford Liberty Bank Foundation LiveSTRONG Foundation Masonicare & Ashlar Village Master’s Manna Meriden-Wallingford Chrysalis Midstate Medical Center Muscular Dystrophy Association New England Dive Center Palladino Family Cancer Center Quinnipiac Chamber of Commerce Quinnipiac University Record Journal Rushford Center Inc.

Salvation Army Sarah Inc Sea Cadets - EDSON Division Smilow Cancer Center Southern Connecticut State University Spanish Community of Wallingford Special Olympics South Central CT Substance Abuse Council St. Jude's Hospital State of CT - Department of Children & Family State of CT - Department of Public Health State of CT - Department of Social Services State of CT - Office of Childhood Education TD Bank Foundation Town of Wallingford Board of Education Town of Wallingford Fire Department Town of Wallingford Health Department Town of Wallingford Parks and Recreation Town of Wallingford Police Department Town of Wallingford Youth & Social Services Ulbrich Boys and Girls Club United Way of Meriden/Wallingford USA Swimming Wells Fargo Bank & Foundation Wallingford Center Inc Wallingford Community Resource Alliance Wallingford Education Foundation Wallingford Emergency Shelter Wallingford Housing Authority Wallingford Public Libraries Wallingford Rotary Club Wallingford Senior Center Wallingford Silver Bullets Walmart Foundation Webster Bank Foundation


THANK YOU TO OUR 2017 SUPPORTERS Daisy Abbott Edward Adamczyk Fiorella S. Adams Advanced Protection LLC Aetna Community Relations Marie Afeltra Air Temp Mechanical Services, LLC Rosa Albiach Steven Alexander Cassandra Allen allnex David L. Andrews Catrina Aniballi-O'Hurley Anthem Blue Cross/Blue Shield John Anzidei Patricia Aparisi John Arcangelo, Jr. John Arrigoni Barbara Ashline AT&T Rebecca Augur Jenny Aurora Edil Aviles Thomas Awdziewicz B. C. Bailey Funeral Home Richard Badon Edward Bailey Kenni Ball Bankwell Michelle Barberino Matthew Barbuto John Barefoot Peter Barney William Barry Kristen Bartlett Andrea Bascetta Jane Bayusik Marissa Beamer Pamela Beaudoin Jennifer Bennett Luke Bennett Bennett Family Chiropractic, LLC Kathy Bergonzi Gail Berlepsch Jennifer Berry

Frank Best Nobu K. Bevins Lauren Biller Alicia Bingle Janet Biron Angela Blanchard Eileen Bly Shawna Bobbie Henry Bohn Melissa Bonk Krista Borsari Marianne Boruch Charles Bottoms Daniel Bourgault Frances Boyd Ebony Bradwell Clement Brancale Dean Brenner Mary Brigante Michelle Briglia Brinker International Keith Brooky Barry Brown Kayla Brown Terriann Brown Stan Brunell Mark Bundock Jeff Burns Patricia Bush Richard Bylek Paul Byrne Calcagni Real Estate Ralph Camera Camp Ulbrich Nickel Carnival Maria & John Carbone Jenny Carney Jill Casertano Jennifer Cebula Alida Cella The Center for Foot & Ankle Surgery Eric Chamberlain Owen Chan Joel Chaparro Charity Recycling Choate Rosemary Hall

Daniel Ciotto Classy Inc Domenick Clemente Paula Clogher CMAK Foundation Erica Colavolpe Tracy Colberg Nicole Collins Jessica Colon Sandy Comeau The Community Foundation for Greater New Haven Component Engineers Tracy Comstock Theresa Conelias Connecticut Business Systems Patricia Coppola Tricia Coppola Helene Cordova Geary Corves, Jr. James Cox William Cox Matthew Coyle Carolyn Cricco Simone Crouch Shoneace Cunningham Lyndsay Cuomo Alysia Cutting Barbara Daniels Dominick D'Antonio Sean David Darrah David Darrow Sally Darrow Ayla Davidson Cathy Dean Ellen DeFigueiredo Darrin DellaVecchia Kyle DeLong Rebekah DelVecchio Glenn Deming Nick Demos Ralph DeMusis Kathy Deptula Design House Interiors Collins Diakanwa


Mayor William W. Dickinson, Jr. Arleen DiFrancesco Stacey DiNuzzo Cory J. Dionne Disney Worldwide Services, Inc Diversified Building Services Elaine Doherty John Doherty Mary Kate Doherty Sean Doherty Doherty Cup Scholarship Fund James C. Dow, DMD Daniel Joseph Downing John Drescher Phyllis Drescher Susan Duclos Frederick Dumlao Dunkin Donuts of Wallingford, CT Nancy Early The Eatery Edible Arrangements Abdel-Halim El-Sayed Nazli Emadi Energysource Theresa Epps Kristine Escobar Family Practice of Greater New Haven, LLC Samantha Farkash Eileen Farmer Kate Farrell Mark Farrell Megan Farrell Alexa Fasano Darcy Fazio Timothy Fengler Ferguson & McGuire Christine Fernandes Norman Fishbein Gregory Flis Angela Flygh Kathleen Ford Mary W. Foreman Carolyn Foster Todd Fowler

Albert Franke Joe Franke Laurel Franke Joyce Frazier Kimberly Frazier Joyce Fretts Lori Fusco G & G Beverage Distributors, Inc Mark Gabriel Madhavi Gali Michael Gallagher Rosalind Gallagher MaryLou Galushko Martin Gannon Cory Gardner Norman Gaudet Gaylord Hospital Stephen G. Geib Steve Gervais Doreen M. Getman William Gibson Austin Gill GiveGreater.org Robert Gladney Nicole Godbout Adrian Gorczyca Eric Grace Deborah Grady Edyn Graham Judi Granucci Gerald Griffin Katharine Griffin Barbara Grignano Salvatore Grignano Robert Guay Ryan Gunningsmith Subhash Gupta Anna Hackett Gail Hahnel Jean Hall Patrick Hamilton Hanover Insurance Companies Harriman Real Estate, LLC Melissa Hauge Amanda Herbert

Adriana Herrera Erin Hickman Tyler Hickman Maura Hilton-Bishop Timothy Hines Carrie M. Horvath Bryant Housley Shannon Hudspeth Ashley Hughes Susan Huizenga Alexandra Hunter Susan Hunter Hunters Ambulance Service Cindy Iannini Image 360 ION Bank Foundation IvyRehab Wallingford, LLC Latrina Jackson Susan Jacobs Susan Jacques Andrew W. James James H Napier Foundation Chairse Jandreau Janney Montgomery Scott, LLC Walter Jawor Joanne Johansen Carl Jones Rochelle Kanell Valerie Kaplan Djamel Kebiri Bryan Keene Natasha Kennedy Robert Kennedy Pushkar Khanna Lisa Kiernan Nicole Kiernan Christopher Kingston John Kingston Kiwanis Club of Wallingford Richard Klimas Thilo Koepfer Paul Korik William Kostandin John Kraft Jacklyn Krampitz


Kevin Lanzoni Inamaldes Laracuente Doug Latham The Learning Community Lemieux & Associates Samantha Leoni Andrew Levin Jennifer Li Liberty Bank Foundation Liberty Mutual Insurance Lightbox Registration Kathleen Lilley Mark Long Kevin MacMillan Michelle Mahoney Colleen Makepeace Kaitlyn Makepeace Peter Malia Meha Maniar Margaret Manning Jessica Mantzaris Gary Marks Magdalena Marmitt Alyssa Martin Luis Martinez Kristina Marzik Tony Mase Masonicare Tenzin Masselli Tammi Mastroianni Nikki Matarazzo Anthony Matarese Justin Mathews Maggie Maugeri Norine Maurice Catherine Maynard Pamela Mazzone McCarter & English Beverly McGovern Jillian Mcgrath Justine McInerney Kelly McKiernan Owen McMahon Jennifer Mead Ana Medeiros

Katherine Metcalf Kelly Mette Nick Meucci Bertha Meyer Patricia Meyer William Michalowski Midstate Medical Center Christopher Migliaro Billie-Lynn Mikulski Milani Italian Bakery & CafĂŠ Vanessa Milano David Miller Patricia Miller Kyra Milloy Stephanie Mismas Michael Moccio Theresa Montano Moonshine Boys, LLC Charles Moore Fabian P. Morales Jim Moran David Morehead Crystina Moreschi Susan Moreschi Robert Morrison Sandra Moya Alfred W. Mueller Gina Mueller Angela Murano Terry Murphy Timothy Murray Vincent Murray Sharon Nagy Ron Napolitano Christopher Neleber Robert Newton Joyana Nill Martha-Anne Noonan North Italian Home Club, Inc Marilyn Nowlan Philip Nowlan Chloe Noyes Nucor Steel CT Rhode Obas Sarah Obremski

Robert O'Byrne Matthew Ocepeck Ana Ochoa Enid Ochoa Riley O'Connell Sherri O'Connor Jake O'Malley Danny Ortega Melina Ortiz Artur Osovskiy Arlene O'Tell Maria Pabon Clara Paez Titus Pannell Pamela Parente Joan Partridge Claire Passariello Dennis Pawlich Lindburg Pender Bruno Pereira Kathleen Perez Jennifer Perrin Robin Perry Cailin Pescarmona Nicole Petit Elaine Philbrick Phonetel, Inc Physical Therapy & Sports Medical Centers Frank Pilecki Jessica Plourde Kari A. Plourde Plymouth Congregational Church Travis Polin George K. Poltronieri Porter Financial Strategies Kathleen Powell Precision Chiropractic Center, LLC Raymond Preziosi Colby Prior David Pyman Quality Subaru Jeanne Raccio Caitlin Ragone John Rainey


Jason Ramos-Jarrin Maryann Rascati Ronald Rascati George Rasmussen Raymond Reilly Michael B. Relyea Linda Remillard Caleb Rhodes Mark Richo Jack Rizzo Maryann Rizzo Michele Roberts Robinson and Cole Hanna Rocki Mary F. Rodgers Maria Rodrigues McBride Mark Rolan Richard Romao Cheryl Roome Candice Roper Rotary Club of Wallingford Johnson Ruperti Joena Russell Robert Ruys Christopher Ryan Steve Rychlec Henry Rygiel SAGE at Cook Hill SAGE at Highland SAGE at Mary G. Fritz SAGE at Moses Y Beach SAGE at Parker Farms SAGE at Pond Hill SAGE at Rock Hill SAGE at Stevens Nina Salas Carol Samosky Anarosa Sandoval Noemie Sanon Michael Santacroce Brigitte Santillo Elizabeth Sargeant Gregory Sarris Constance Sasso Maria Savio

Linda Schmidt Elizabeth Schruender Carrie Schwartz Salvatore Scotto Elizabeth Seils Louise Selvaggi Anneliese Sensini Ann Sharron Scott Shipman Melissa Shongut Linda Siegler Lawrence Singer The Sisters' Project Eric Skinner Jeanne Skinner Jessica Slauson Smoothie King Phillip Sobask Elsie Soberal Taylor Sola Morgan Soltis Sonic of CT Amy Souchuns Sound Spectrum Entertainment Linda Spisak Ralph Staffieri Richard Stainton Star Auto Sales Lillian Steeves Mary Stefanski Christopher Stone Sandra Storck Peter Struble Jonathan Sullivan Charlotte Sweeney Oumar Sy Nicholas R. Sylvestre Tagliatela Family Foundation Sara Taussik TD Bank Tee It Up, LLC Barbara Tiedemann Steven Tierney Ashley Tighe Kara Toman

Candace Tompkins Travelers Community Connections Truist Richard Turco Elaine Turek Richard Twidle Ulbrich Memorial Fund Ulbrich Stainless Steels Ultimate Landscaping Alan Michael Vaichus Julianne Vaill Valenti Auto Sales, Inc Genesis Valentin Valley Container, Inc Eleonore Van Mol Laurajean Vaughn Monica Vella-Angelastro Verna Properties Colleen Villano Dena Virgulto Marie Vumback W. B. Mason Wadsworth Family Foundation Wallfrog Wallingford Dolphins Wallingford Funeral Home Wallingford Silver Bullets Emily Walter Margaret Watson Nicole Watterworth Webster Bank Evelyn Wedge Maureen Weigold Wells Fargo Bank Madelyn Westcott White Way Laundry, Inc Bob Wielgosh Kevin Wise Susan Wnek Joann Wolk Larry Wood Anna Wu Joshua J. Wyatt Shannon Wynn YMCA of the USA Mary & Steve Zafiris Pete Zafiropoulos Kathleen Zesk Craig Zettergren Z-Medica LLC Lufeng Zou


FINANCIAL STATEMENT Year Ending December 31, 2017 (Unaudited) PUBLIC SUPPORT REVENUE Child Care Fees Membership Dues Youth Camp & Program Fees Contributed Income Special Events United Way Miscellaneous Investment Income Sales of Supplies & Services

$1,719,199 $1,458,454 $841,653 $124,233 $63,405 $28,069 $114,399 $244 $20,757

Financial Assistance Discounts

($86,413) ($82,729)

Total Revenue

$4,201,271

OPERATING EXPENSES Employee Compensation & Benefits Professional Services & Office Expenses Occupancy & Equipment Publicity Insurance National YMCA Dues Training, Travel & Meeting Expenses Miscellaneous Financing & Leasing Costs

$2,575,876 $553,550 $349,285 $37,958 $116,897 $78,726 $75,211 $34,080 $226,721

Total Expenses

$4,343,298

Depreciation Change in Net Assets

$138,049 ($3,978)


OUR LEADERSHIP YMCA LEADERSHIP TEAM

BOARD OF DIRECTORS

Sean Doherty Executive Director

EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE Joshua Wyatt Chairman

Sally Darrow Senior Director of Membership & Wellness Chris Kingston Senior Director of Finance & Administration Eric Skinner Senior Director of Youth Development MANAGEMENT STAFF Cassandra Allen, Youth & Teen Outreach Director Mark Bundock, Facilities Director Alysia Cutting, Marketing & Communications Director Eileen Farmer, Coordinator of Community Initiatives Joe Franke, Camp Director Alexandra Hunter, Director of Aquatics & Competitive Swimming Xaviera Jackson, Development Associate Colleen Makepeace, Child Watch Coordinator Tammi Mastroianni, Membership & Child Care Billing Coordinator Jerry Maust, Member Services Coordinator Rob Newton, Teen & Family Coordinator Maryann Rizzo, Human Resources Director Colleen Villano, Health & Wellness Director Emily Walter, Director of Childcare Services

Joseph Franke Vice Chairman Rob Baltramaitis Secretary Larry Wood Treasurer DIRECTORS Thomas Awdziewicz Lt. Michael Colavolpe Darrin DellaVecchia Norman Gaudet Judi Granucci Joseph Kanell Nick Meucci Brian Obremski Mary Beth Rolan Samuel Sargeant Bonnie Server


East Side Branch 81 South Elm Street Wallingford, CT 06492 203.269.4497

West Side Branch 8 North Turnpike Road Wallingford, CT 06492 203.269.3348

The Learning Community Choate Rosemary Hall 333 Christian Street Wallingford, CT 06492 203.697.2723

www.wallingfordymca.org

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