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R O F N O I S I V THE F UTUR E YMCA OF GREATER SYRACUSE 2017–2018 Annual Report


NEW VISION We welcomed new leadership in 2017 after the retirement of long-time CEO Hal Welsh. Mike Brown stepped into the role in November, after a comprehensive, volunteerled national search by the YMCA of Greater Syracuse Metro Board of Directors, with assistance from the YMCA of the USA.

“I am honored to have been chosen to lead the YMCA of Greater Syracuse and continue to build upon the legacy of Hal Welsh.”

Mike came to Syracuse from the YMCA of Rock River Valley in Rockford, Illinois. As CEO, he led that organization through significant growth from 2011 to 2017, increasing the annual operating budget from $7M to $12.5M. Brown also led that association’s efforts in increasing annual giving to the Y from $350,000 to $1.1 million and oversaw the addition of the new Puri Family YMCA to the sixbranch Rock River Valley YMCA. Originally from California, Brown has over 25 years of service with Ys around the country, including Houston and Georgia. Brown is also an adjunct professor for both Springfield College and Judson University, with current work as a PHD in Public Service Leadership with a concentration in Non-Profit Leadership. “I am honored to have been chosen to lead the YMCA of Greater Syracuse and continue to build upon the legacy of Hal Welsh,” said Brown.


MESSAGE FROM PRESIDENT & CEO, MIKE BROWN

PAST BOARD CHAIRS 1858–1859 1860–1861 1862 1863 1864 1865 1866 1867 1868 1869 1870–1872 1872–1874 1874–1876 1876–1878 1878–1879 1880–1882 1882–1883 1892–1895 1895–1898 1898–1902 1902–1916 1916–1919 1919–1921 1921–1923 1923–1926 1926–1931 1931–1934 1934–1936 1936–1942 1942–1947 1947–1957 1957–1958 1958–1962 1962–1965 1965–1968 1968–1971 1971–1973 1973–1976 1976–1979 1979–1981 1981–1983 1983–1986 1986–1988 1988–1991 1991–1992 1992–1996 1996–1999 1999–2002 2002–2003 2003–2006 2006–2009 2009–2012 2012–2014 2014–2017 2017-

Charles F. Stevens James Marshall Henry L. Duguid Henry D. Didama A.W. Gyle Timothy Hough Manning C. Palter Edward Smith Henry L. Duguid T.G. Bassett Isaac Bridgman M.W. Hanchett A.D. Roberts James A. Skinner George C. Sawyer W.S. Peck John Marsellus J.B. Brooks C.H. Ketcham Levi S. Chapman F.R. Hazard F.A. Barton B.E. Salisbury Levi S. Chapman B.E. Salisbury John W. Brooks Ralph E. Haven Emil Hansen R.A. Bryant Leroy Casper Frank C. Love Roscoe D. Severence Robert M. Salisbury Morris Weedon David H. Jaquith Burnett E. Haylor Richard W. Besse Ralph J. Denton R. Philip Pond Burnett D. Haylor Charles L. Shaffer Mary E. Lane Robert Penney Rev. Edwin Taylor Martin M. Duggan Edwin J. Kelley, Jr. C. Bruce Wichmann Raymond R. DíAgostino Philip Leroux Nicholas J. Phillips Kevin E. Nass Robert L. Jokl, Jr. Nathan Podkaminer Vito Sciscioli William Bradt

“SERVICE TO OTHERS IS THE RENT YOU PAY FOR YOUR ROOM HERE ON EARTH.” muhammad ali

THE ABOVE QUOTE EPITOMIZES the mission of the YMCA of Greater Syracuse, and the endless possibilities that exist, as we aim to relentlessly serve this community, ensuring all its citizens thrive and reach their full potential. When I arrived in Syracuse seven months ago, it was very clear that our programs and services change lives and give our members and participants hope for a brighter future. Whether we’re striving to close the achievement and opportunity gap or increasing water safety skills or working to combat chronic diseases or engaging our active older adults, the lives of the child, adults and families we serve are being transformed. We are building strength in spirit, mind and body within the diverse communities we serve. As the new President & CEO of the YMCA of Greater Syracuse, my focus will be on the future of our downtown facility, growing and expanding our programs and services to serve more people, and continuing to forge partnerships and collaborations with many organizations and businesses in this great community to further expand our reach and impact. As an organization, our promise is to continue working for you and to make a difference you can see. Thank you for your support of our cause and mission to strengthen the Greater Syracuse community. When we unite together as a community, our vision for a stronger Greater Syracuse community becomes possible for all. TOGETHER, WE TRANSFORM LIVES—FOR A BETTER US.


S N O I T A V O N IN HEALTH IN

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If we want healthier communities, we need to build a bridge between clinical and community approaches.

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ost efforts to improve health have been focused on a health care system designed to treat injury or disease, rather than on the community-level factors that can prevent illness. At the same time, attempts to address healthy living at the community level have not fully engaged our health care system. If we want healthier communities, we need to build a bridge between clinical and community approaches.

Locally, the YMCA of Greater Syracuse is a pioneer for Ys around the country because of our partnership with HealtheConnections. When a doctor identifies a patient at risk for developing diabetes, they can choose our Y via HealtheConnections’ health information exchange system and directly refer the patient to connect them with our program. Additionally, our staff can communicate securely and directly with the doctor via the system, ensuring HIPAA compliance.

“Community Integrated Health” aims to strengthen the relationships between traditional health care systems and community-based organizations, like the YMCA, in order to help all community members live their healthiest lives.

The YMCA of Greater Syracuse is the only Y in the country to have a relationship of this nature using the health information exchange system. We’re working to increase access to our other chronic disease prevention programs, making it easier for clinicians to refer patients in need to our community-based programs focused on healthy living.

The YMCA’s Diabetes Prevention Program helps overweight adults at risk for type 2 diabetes reduce their risk for developing the disease by taking steps that will improve their overall health and well-being. The program provides a supportive environment where participants work together to achieve the program goals of reducing individual weight by 7% and building up to 150 minutes of moderate (the equivalent of brisk walking) physical activity per week for the purpose of reducing their risk for developing diabetes.

We live our healthiest lives when we have access to nutritious food, affordable housing and health care, quality education, clean air, and safe communities where we can actively live, work, and play. We’re proud to be an innovator here in Syracuse, making access to healthy lifestyles easier for all.

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R E M T M U S IMPACT

he Y believes that every kid deserves the opportunity to discover who they are and what they can achieve. Through the YMCA of Greater Syracuse, thousands of youth today are cultivating the values, skills and relationships that lead to positive behaviors, better health and educational achievement. This impact is seen throughout the year, but especially during the summer, when our camp programs, water safety and educational programs are in full swing.

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CAMP During the 2017 summer, we served kids in over 8800 sessions across a variety of camp programs in our branches and in the community. Camp Iroquois, our day camp near Manlius, had children attending 1675 sessions and our branch camps had over 4200 sessions across our association. Our arts camps had almost 500 sessions, including an offsite program at Stone Quarry Art Park. Each of these sessions represents a child that needs a safe place to learn, grow and thrive, often while parents and caregivers are working. Activities at our many camps include: swimming, boating, arts and crafts, fine arts, horseback riding, field trips, archery, sports, team building and character development activities. Campers at the Y learn how to be responsible and resourceful. They work in groups, solve problems and make decisions that help them grow as individuals.

SAFETY AROUND WATER In the summer alone, we ran over 2200 swim lesson sessions at our East, North and Northwest branches. Our Safety Around Water/Urban Swim Initiative program helped 120 kids in the city of Syracuse learn how to stay safe in and around the water. Additionally, over 900 swimsuits were distributed at six different sites to kids and their families.

POWER SCHOLARS ACADEMY™ Our Y Power Scholars Academy™ program expanded to Wilson, Burnet and Schiller Parks, helping 58 students improve their educational readiness and engagement. Our scholars increase their literacy and math skills, helping them avoid summer learning loss. The program also helps strengthen self-confidence, social-emotional development, and physical health and well-being. With the support of generous donors and volunteers and our skilled staff, we’re continuing to make a big impact on kids in our community in the summer.

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Y T I N U M COM IMPACT OUR IMPACT REACHES far beyond the walls of our branches and our on-the-ground presence helps us address our community’s most pressing issues.

OUTREACH SITES Baldwinsville School District (APT) SCSD High Schools (APT)

BEFORE/AFTER SCHOOL CHILD CARE BALDWINSVILLE Elden Elementary McNamara Elementary Palmer Elementary Ray Middle Reynolds Elementary Van Buren Elementary

CENTRAL SQUARE Brewerton Elementary

EAST SYRACUSEMINOA East Syracuse Elementary Fremont Elementary Minoa Elementary Woodland Elementary

FAYETTEVILLE

PHOENIX SCHOOLS

PRESCHOOL

Fayetteville Elementary Mott Road Elementary Enders Road Elementary Wellwood Middle Eagle Hill Middle

Maroun Elementary

Dewitt Community Church

SYRACUSE SCHOOLS

AFTER-SCHOOL ARTS PROGRAM

Hughes/Syracuse Latin Roberts PreK-8 Salem Hyde

Hughes Academy McKinley-Brighton Elementary Roberts Elementary Salem Hyde Elementary Syracuse Latin School Van Duyn Elementary

IMMACULATE CONCEPTION SCHOOL

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Christ Community Church East Hill Elementary Onondaga Road Elementary Split Rock Elementary Stonehedge Elementary

LYNCOURT UNION FREE SCHOOL MARCELLUS Driver Middle K.C. Heffernan Elementary

NORTH SYRACUSE Allen Road Elementary Cicero Elementary KWS Bear Road Elementary Lakeshore Road Elementary Roxboro Road Elementary Roxboro Road Middle Smith Road Elementary

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WEST GENESEE

WESTHILL SCHOOL DISTRICT Walberta Park School Cherry Road School Onondaga Hill Middle School

ACADEMIC SUPPORT SITES

OFF-SITE WELLNESS PROGRAMS Canton Woods Senior Center Dewitt Community Church POMCO Sacred Heart Church

SUMMER ENRICHMENT Burnet Park Kirk Park Schiller Park Wilson Park

Baldwinsville Central School District East Syracuse Elementary Fremont Elementary Huntington Family Centers Marcellus Elementary North Syracuse Junior High Seymour Dual Language Academy Smith Road Elementary

Over 7400 kids benefit from Y day camps throughout the year

Over 3750 kids benefit from before and after school programming through Y


T I R I P S E TH OF GIVING IN MY ROLE as the Director of Philanthropy here at the Y, I get to meet people who have benefited from our charitable work. They have the most amazing and inspiring stories of how the Y has changed, or even saved, their lives. But I’d like to take this opportunity to also share the equally important story of you—our Y donor and supporters. In most cases, you will never meet the people you help through your generosity. Yet you are fiercely dedicated to our cause and understand the direct impact your giving has on others. Beyond financial support, you provide the most important gift of all—hope. Why is hope important? Because life is difficult and full of challenges. As a Y supporter, your caring spirit eases those challenges and makes life better for so many. For children like “Mr. D”. I met Mr. D this past summer at Schiller Park where he was attending our Power Scholars Academy program. Mr. D always had a big smile for me and an ever bigger hug. I felt grateful to be part of a program that was not only helping to stop summer learning loss, but where Mr. D could laugh, have fun and enjoy the learning process provided by caring and supportive Y certified teachers.

“being a part of the Water Divas has quite literally saved my life”. These are just two Y stories that motivated and encouraged me in my role raising charitable support for our Y—and there are thousands! Combined with the tremendous support of our donors, my work at the Y inspires me to be more giving in my own life.

Over 2600 donors helped raise $1.7M in support for the Y

I am most certainly humbled by the generosity our donors extend each and every day. On behalf of myself, the Y staff, and the people we serve, I extend our gratitude and appreciation to you, our donors, for being caring, giving and loving people who lift out your hand, and your hearts, to others who need it.

••• Volunteers provided over 6700 hours of service

Thank you! Mara Roberts Director of Philanthropy

And for Jane Haas who spoke at this year’s Annual Campaign kick-off. She lost both her husband and sister and her grief was overwhelming. She was isolating herself and despondent. Yet at our East Area Family YMCA she found compassion, support and friendship, and our group of “Water Divas” was born. Jane shared that

Director of Philanthropy Mara Roberts, East Area Y Board Member Patricia Woodcock and Associate Director of Development Kelly Carinci, raising support for the Y at our Ladies Tea event.

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E R U T L U A C OF GIV ING AT THE Y, we work side by side with our neighbors to make sure that everyone—regardless of age, income or background— has the opportunity to learn, grow and thrive. Our work wouldn’t be possible without our donors. We’re especially grateful to the following, who made leadership gifts of $1,000 or more. They join a circle of supporters founded in 2005 to honor the memory of Dick Besse, a philanthropist, longstanding member and leader of the YMCA of Greater Syracuse. Over several decades, Dick gave generously to advance our mission. Besse Society members are recognized year-round in each YMCA branch. For more information, please contact Mara Roberts at 315.474.6851 x317.

2017 BESSE SOCIETY DONORS The Alder Family

Vita DeMarchi

The Allyn Family Foundation

Kathy and Mark Dengler

American Cancer Society

The Deshaies Family

American Food & Vending Corp

Jessica and Scott DesRosiers

The Amos Family

Richard deVito

Hernando Y. Arandia

Lori Dietz and Ron Westbrook

Armour of Light Baptist Church

Donald and Kathleen Distasio

AXA Foundation

Terry and Candy Dowd

Leigh and Susan Baldwin

Andrea Downs and Anna Jimenez

Ed Barno

Dunn Tire Mountain Goat Run

Kevin and Lauri Bernstein

The Drescher Family

Karen Billings

Paula Mallory Engel

BlueRock Energy

Ed and Lee Epprecht

Jim and Juli Boeheim Foundation

Mr. and Mrs. Anthony R. Farella

Bond, Schoeneck and King, LLP

Farone & Sons, Inc.

The Bonomo Family

FASTSIGNS of Syracuse

William H. Bradt

Dave and Helaine Feikert

Mark and Jennifer Bregande

John and Mary Jane Fennessey

The Bulger Family

Mary and Joe Flynn

Burns Bros. Contractors, Inc.

Fulton Savings Bank

Mary and Bill Butler

John and Jennifer Funicello

Andrea and Peter Cantalupe

Ed and Eva Galson

The Capron Group

The Gamage Family, in memory of John Gamage

Kelly and Chris Carinci Judy Carr CNY Community Foundation CNY Sealing & Plowing, Inc. Drs. Derek & Norma Cooney & Family Richard E. Cote Edward Cranston Douglas Cronin Raymond R. D’Agostino Dannible and McKee, LLP Megan Davis Lee and Chris DeAmicis Delta Air Lines

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Geddes Federal Savings and Loan Association GE Foundation-Matching Gifts The Gifford Foundation Bea Gonzalez Cindy Dowd Greene and Mark Greene T. Gschwender and Associates Inc. G&C Food Distributors and Brokers, Inc. Tom and Kelly Griffith Golden Sun Bus Service, Inc. Sam and Debra Haines Liz and Dick Hallberg


Thomas Hamel

George and Tanya McGuire

Stewart’s Shops

Hancock Estbrook, LLP

Members Give-Just Give

Pam Stinson, in honor of Joe Stinson

In loving memory of Elly Hartmanis

Jeff and Peggy Menter

Donna Stoner and George Cady

John W. Hartnett

Merrill Lynch Bank of America Corporation

Summerwood Pediatrics

The Hawkes Family

Andy and Kristie Meyer

Syracuse Orthopedic Specialists

Mr. and Mrs. Burnett D. Haylor

Drs. Diane and Craig Montgomery

Syracuse Rotary Foundation

Haylor, Freyor & Coon, Inc.

Erica and James Muscatello

Syracuse University

Haynor Hoyt Corp.

Mark and Karen Nardella

Humanities Center

Beverly Hays

Kevin and Linda Nass

George and Jane Tartick

Hematology-Oncology Associates

Paul and Lesley Newman

Paul and Jacqueline Terwilliger

Kaye Hershberger Memorial Fund

New York Life Insurance Co.

William and Mary L.Thorpe Charitable Fund

Doris Hildebrandt

Sally Lou and Fran Nichols

Morgan Thurston

Dave and Ann Horan

Tracey Noble

Dave and Lisa Towers

Bob and Kay Hornaday

O’Brien & Gere Engineers, Inc.

John Tulloch

Independent Insurance Agents of CNY

The Pachmayer Plumley Family

Upstate Chiropractic

Emily and Chris Iven

The Palmer Morgenthien Family

United States Tennis Association (USTA)

Elaine and Steven Jacobs

Rob and Roxanne Parmele

Victor and Kelly Vaccaro

Dr. Ralph Janicki

Robert and Kelly Pelcher

Valvoline

Mary and Hans Jensen

Johonna and Drew Pelletier

Steve and Cheryl Walker

Sara Johnson

Robert A. Penney

Wegmans

Tom and Corinne Johnston

John and Linda Pennisi

Welch Allyn, Inc.

JTM Associates, LLC

Philandelphia Insurance Co.

Hal and Pat Welsh

Just the Right Stuff

Mr. Nick Phillips and Dr. Juanita M. Welnicki, MD

WestRock

Arthur A. Jutton Michael and Leila Giancone

Nate and Jane Podkaminer

Norma Widmann

Ed and Susan Kelley

Robert Podkaminer

Lesley and Larry Wilcox

Tess Kenney

William and Marty Potter

In Honor of Dr. Les Woodcock

Mike Kerwin

Tony and Julie Procopio

Woodcock and Armani Service

Jim and Kristin King

Cheryl and Alex Pusztai

Y-USA

Russell A. King

Michael and Vicki Quigley

Ellen Yeomans Anonymous (11)

Sandra and John Kinsella

Drs. Patricia A. Randall and Stanley Meltzer

Ted and Linda Kiteveles

Frank and Frances Revoir Foundation

Kiwanis Club of Baldwinsville

RockBridge Investment

Kris-Tech Wire

Rotary Club of Dewitt, Inc.

Kohl’s Cares for Kids

The Saint Agatha Foundation

Fritz Kucinski and Barbara Omicinski

St. Augustine’s Church

Mary and Tom Lane

Bob and Toni Salisbury

Allen R. Lewis

Vito Sciscioli

Limperis-Mannara Family

Ruth and Stuart Schwartz

Jill and Ray Lawlor

Scott and Lisa Sears

Liberty Travel

SECNY Federal Credit Union

Sarah Lufler and Tim Bumpus

Senior Home Care Solutions

M&T Charitable Foundation

Thomas Sharkey

Rich and Rita MacDonald

Shell Oil Company Foundation

Carol Manville, in memory of Dick Manville

Janet and Rick Smith

Candace and John Marsellus

The John Ben Snow Foundation

Carol and Nick Marsella

Joseph and Patricia Snyder

Tim and Patty Marshall

George and Rita Soufleris

Michael and Marilouise Mattson

Laurence Sovik

Massage Envy

Vincent Spina

C. Bruce Wichmann

“I WANT TO BE A LEADING, DETERMINED WOMAN.”

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CINDY DOWD GREENE AND MARK GREENE have shown their commitment to the Y through extensive service and support throughout the years. Both Clarkson alums with backgrounds in engineering, Cindy and Mark are working to make a difference in our community, both for their children and grandchildren, and for others. Cindy was a key figure in the effort to bring the Northwest Family YMCA to our Baldwinsville community and currently serves on our Metro board. By joining our Heritage Club, they have shown a long-term commitment in the mission of the Y to make a difference for families in the years to come. THANK YOU!

HERITAGE CLUB MEMBERS

217 men and senior residents are able to have a safe place to live thanks to over $284k in grant funding and assistance

We provide $1.5M in membership subsidies to over 13,700 people

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THE HERITAGE CLUB HONORS men and women who have made a longterm commitment to strengthening the community through the YMCA of Greater Syracuse. You can become a member by making a meaningful contribution to the YMCA endowment fund or by naming the Y in your estate plan. To learn more about the Heritage Club, or to let us know you have named the Y in your estate plan, please contact Director of Philanthropy Mara Roberts at 315.474.6851 x317. Anonymous The Bitz Family

Cynthia Dowd Greene & Mark Greene

Mr. & Mrs. Philip Pond

Raymond D’Agostino

Ann & Dave Horan

George & Rita Soufleris

Mr. & Mrs. Richard Davis

Ms. Evelyn Klink

Mr. Charles S. Togias

Mr. & Mrs. Robert Fiske

Mr. Joseph Lamanna

C. Bruce Wichmann

Mr. Robert Ford

Mary & Tom Lane

Mr. & Mrs. Chris Frye

Ms. Anne G. Lloyd

Robert Penney


“I LOVE HOW THE Y HAS BUILT UP HIS CONFIDENCE.” “THE ONLY CONCERN I HAD about joining the Y was what the price would be.” Samantha Bergeron shares, “As a single parent with a single income, I was worried.”

Over $44,000 in assistance allows over 200 children the chance to experience camp

Thanks to Membership For All, the Y made belonging easy for Sam and her son, Drake. “The Y has changed us in a positive way. I couldn’t ask for a better place for Drake to learn all of these amazing skills. Not just swimming or basketball, but also how to be a team player and how to make and socialize with friends. I love how the Y has built up his confidence. I couldn’t be prouder of how far he’s come!”

Over $67k in support helped our Power Scholars Academy™ scholars achieve math and reading gains one month greater than the national average last summer!

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L A I C N A FIN HIGHLIG HTS — Program Fees 30.55% — Fees & Grants 6.09%

2017 REVENUE Contributions $702,569 Membership $12,628,667

— Contributions 3.09%

— Other 4.73%

Fees & Grants

$1,383,861

Program Fees

$6,946,206

Other $1,075,191

TOTAL REVENUE

REVENUE $22,736,494

$22,736,494

2017 EXPENSES Salaries & Wages

$11,783,477

Benefits & Taxes

$2,228,919

Contract Services

$849,689

Supplies, Telephone & Postage $1,396,218 — Membership 55.54%

Occupany $1,752,810 Financing $800,680 Depreciation $1,690,812

— Benefits & Taxes 10.23%

— Occupancy 8.05%

Other $1,278,261

TOTAL EXPENSES $21,780,866

CHANGE IN NET ASSETS $955,628 — Depreciation 7.76%

EXPENSES $21,780,866

TOTAL LIABILITIES $22,564,924 NET ASSETS $21,937,516 — Supplies, Telephone & Postage 6.41%

— Other 5.87%

— Financing 3.68% Salaries & Wages 54.10% —

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TOTAL ASSETS $44,502,440

— Contract Services 3.90%


TRUSTEES Richard Cote Raymond D’Agostino Maureen Drescher Edgar Galson Victor Hershdorfer Robert Jokl, Jr. Edwin Kelley, Jr. Russell King Mary Lane Richard Lowenberg Kevin Nass Nicholas Phillips George Soufleris (Emeritus)

C. Bruce Wichmann

METRO BOARD Kevin Bernstein Bill Bradt President

Judy Carr Rick Cote Hayward De Bose Lee DeAmicis Treasurer

Cindy Dowd Greene Amy Dupell Paula Mallory Engel Joe Flynn Harry Hale (Emeritus)

Daphene Johnson Loretta Kilpatrick Robert Markowski Michael Mattson Candace Murray Kevin Nass Chair, Board of Trustees

Fran Nichols

(Emeritus)

Nate Podkaminer Vice President

Tony Procopio Michael Quigley Vito Sciscioli Past President

Thomas Sharkey Joseph Snyder Secretary

George A. Soufleris, MD (Emeritus)

Paul Terwilliger Winthrop Thurlow Victor Vaccaro Ellen Yeomans

Judith Carr Robert Colley Linda Lowen Leonard Fonte Jennifer Glancy Jim Longstaff Charles Martin Rosally Pugliese Bridget Saroff Michael Seperack Sonya Williams Ellen Yeomans

DOWNTOWN B.J. Adigun Elizabeth Allen William Butler Lori Dietz Kate Drescher Mathew Fox Leila Giancone Bethany Holbrook Christopher Madden Thomas Manzo Robert Markowski David Price Matthew Read Scott Reinhardt Ellen Schwartz Rebecca Shultz Joseph Stanley Jennifer Stapleton Wenona Timmons John Warren Courtney Wilson Aaron Wood Monique WrightWilliams

EAST Susan Baldwin Chantra Bonomo Norma Cooney Shrilekha Deshaies Richard deVito Amy Dobrovech Paula Mallory Engel Ira Friedman Kelly Griffith Mary Jensen Jim King Anne Matt George McGuire Andrew Meyer Mark Nardella Walter Neuhauser Tracey Noble Jenny Randle Ruth Schwartz Maria Trexler Victor Vaccaro Salatha Willis Patricia Woodcock

NORTH William Bradt Matthew Bulger Amy Dupell Timothy Graham Natalie Lattanzio Richard MacDonald Joseph Sheen George Tartick David Towers Marilyn Tucci Geoffrey Wells

NORTHWEST Kevin Alder Lawrence Clark Robert Didio Donald Distasio John Funiciello David Horan Robert Hornaday Corinne Johnston Jill Lawlor Beth Greene Monaco Erica Muscatello Roxanne Parmele Kelly Pelcher Johonna Pelletier Morgan Thurston

YMCA APARTMENTS Mary Beth Frey Robert Jokl, Jr. Thomas Kamide Edwin Kelley Douglas McRae Winthrop Thurlow Raymond Wright

BOARD MEMBERS 2017

Vice President

Roxanne Parmele Nicholas J. Phillips

ARTS BRANCH


YMCA OF GREATER SYRACUSE

OUR CAUSE AT THE YMCA OF GREATER SYRACUSE, strengthening community is our cause. We believe that lasting personal and social change can only come about when we all work together to invest in our kids, our health and our neighbors. That’s why we focus our work in three areas: YOUTH DEVELOPMENT

Nurturing the potential of every child and teen

HEALTHY LIVING

Improving the community’s health and well-being

SOCIAL REPONSIBILITY

Giving back and providing support to our neighbors

OUR MISSION THE MISSION OF THE YMCA OF GREATER SYRACUSE is to put Christian Principles into practice through programs that build healthy spirit, mind and body for all.

Downtown YMCA

Manlius YMCA

Northwest Family YMCA

340 Montgomery Street Syracuse, New York 13202 315.474.6851

140 West Seneca Street Manlius, New York 13104 315.692.4777

8040 River Road Baldwinsville, New York 13027 315.303.5966

East Area Family YMCA

North Area Family YMCA

Southwest YMCA

200 Towne Drive Fayetteville, New York 13066 315.637.2025

4775 Wetzel Road Liverpool, New York 13090 315.451.2562

Onondaga Community College 4585 West Seneca Turnpike Syracuse, New York 13215 315.498.2699

The Arts Branch of The YMCA of Greater Syracuse 340 Montgomery Street Syracuse, New York 13202 315.474.6851 x328

YMCA Day Camp Iroquois 4795 Sweet Road Manlius, New York 13104 315.637.2025

YMCA of Greater Syracuse 2017-2018 Annual Report  

YMCA of Greater Syracuse 2017-2018 Annual Report

YMCA of Greater Syracuse 2017-2018 Annual Report  

YMCA of Greater Syracuse 2017-2018 Annual Report

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