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building for our future 2012 ANNUAL REPORT YMCA OF SNOHOMISH COUNTY

YMCA-snoco.org


Dear Friends We believe in the importance of our cause, strengthening community, and the endless possibilities for impacting lives. By focusing on youth development, healthy living, and social responsibility, we enrich lives while addressing critical community needs.

Scott Washburn President & CEO

Even as the recession continued through 2012, our Y continued to thrive and grow. We launched a new strategic plan which includes a capital advancement plan for replacement of the Everett Branch and a new facility to serve the Stanwood and Camano Island communities. Both of these initiatives continue to gain momentum and we are excited about the potential to serve even more children, teens and families in the near future. Our Monroe branch celebrated its five year facility anniversary in the community, our Casino Road Youth Development Center began partnering with Seattle Goodwill to offer English Language Learner classes, and keeping pace with technology we launched a new mobile application and planned giving website.

Leslie Lauer Association Board Chair

Ever since our founding, the annual Invest in Youth campaign has played a crucial role within the Y, subsidizing membership and program fees for those unable to afford them. Our Y once again experienced tremendous generosity from the community in support of this campaign and we raised a record $1,171,550. We also received a significant endowment gift of $800,000 from the Frieda Wallace Estate that will support youth programming in perpetuity. The results can be seen across all areas of the Y’s programming; from child care and summer camp, to wellness programs for the elderly, and those dealing with chronic disease. Every day members of our community are positively impacted by the donations to this campaign. The new strategic plan builds on our successful history and defines the role our Y can play in strengthening our community. Through this plan we will connect more volunteers, deliver quality services, foster a greater culture of philanthropy, support community health, grow our membership, and serve more youth and teens. We hope that as you view the report on the following pages, you will see how your support has empowered the Y to play a critical role in our community positively impacting the lives of 102,700 people, nearly 1 in 7 residents of Snohomish County. Thank you – our donors, volunteers, staff, and members – for your commitment to our YMCA. We look forward to working with you to continue to impact lives and strengthen our community.


financial report 2012

2011

Revenue & Support Membership Child Care & Camp Other Program Contributions* Grants United Way Special Events (net) Investment Income Miscellaneous Total Revenue & Support

10,276,200 4,632,828 1,545,618 2,555,836 358,036 311,754 154,272 282,211 96,059 20,212,814

10,475,845 4,502,329 1,552,248 1,267,446 474,462 315,580 115,911 (217,773) 147,022 18,633,070

Expenses by Function Membership Health & Wellness Child Care & Camp Other Program Management & General Fund Raising Total Expenses

2,070,763 2,487,478 3,089,535 8,764,585 1,868,949 320,552 18,601,862

1,972,501 2,476,198 3,035,973 8,935,163 1,829,635 344,868 18,594,338

Change in Net Assets*

1,610,952

OTHER 9% MEMBERSHIP 51% CONTRIBUTED SUPPORT 17%

CHILD CARE & CAMP 23%

FUND RAISING 2% MANAGEMENT MEMBERSHIP & GENERAL 11% 10% HEALTH & WELLNESS 13%

OTHER PROGRAMS 47%

38,732

*Includes Major Endowment Contribution of $1.2 million in 2012 and Capital Contributions of $251,903 in 2011.

organizational growth Financial

Participants

$25,000,000

120,000 100,000

$20,000,000

80,000 $15,000,000 60,000 $10,000,000 40,000 $5,000,000

20,000

$0

2004

2005

2006

REVENUE

2007

2008 EXPENSES

2009

2010

2011

PARTICIPANTS

2012

-

CHILD CARE & CAMP 17%


COMMUNITY IMPACT

ONE out of SEVEN

Snohomish County residents has a connection with the YMCA. In 2012 the Y served 102,700 community members through its five branch locations, 54 program sites, Big Brothers Big Sisters affiliation, and outreach in the Stanwood-Camano Community. More than half participated in healthy living activities like group exercise, swimming, and adult sports.

YOUTH DEVELOPMENT The Y is the largest child care provider in Snohomish County

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Serving 1,272 children ages four weeks through elementary school. Our infant through pre-kindergarten programs support parents and care providers along with their new child.

SCHOOL DISTRICTS

279

Healthy Living

participated in sports and swim programs at the Y.

Gained self-confidence and academic guidance through Teen Out of School programs, including Teen Late Nights, Girls of Promise, Youth and Government, and Youth Making a Difference.

787

SOCIAL RESPONSIBILITY 5 YEARS OF HOURS of volunteer services to the Y were donated by 2,100 volunteers.

SITE LOCATIONS

SNOHOMISH COUNTY YOUTH & TEENS

Big Brothers Big Sisters provides quality one-toone, school-based and community-based mentoring.

The Minority Achievers Program middle and assisted high school students with homework support and academic goal setting through 14 program sites across the county.

Nearly

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ONE in THREE

MENTORING MATCHES

14,000 YOUTH

SCHOOLS

The Y provided

$1.76 Million in financial assistance to 10,730 individuals through contributions to our Invest in Youth Campaign and United Way.


HEALTHY LIVING

180

FAMILIES

65,723 Adults participated in healthy living activities.

More than

COMMUNITY MEMBERS

4,600

participated in Y-sponsored and collaborative events, including Healthy Kids Day, MLK Day of Service, Diversity Celebrations, the Annual Prayer Breakfast, and Swim, Play, Learn Aquatic Safety Habits (SPLASH) week.

Received resources to reduce youth obesity and establish healthier family lifestyles through our ACT! (Actively Changing Together) program.

87 CANCER SURVIVORS Reclaimed their health after cancer treatment through the LIVESTRONG® at the YMCA program.

invest in youth The YMCA of Snohomish County makes every effort to ensure that no person, especially youth, will be denied access to programs and membership because of financial hardship. The YMCA’s Financial Assistance Program is supported by contributions to the annual Invest in Youth campaign. During 2012, $1,760,000 was provided in direct financial assistance to 10,730 individuals. In addition, through the generosity of our donors, United Way, members, and specific program grants, we were able to provide subsidized programs and services to thousands of kids, youth, and families who would not otherwise be able to participate, thus extending opportunities and increasing access to YMCA asset-building programs in extraordinary ways.

Branch/Unit

Donors

Association Office BBBS Everett Family Branch Marysville/N. County Family Branch Mill Creek Family Branch Monroe/E. County Family Branch Mukilteo Family Branch YMCA of Snohomish County - TOTALS

CRT Funds Raised

224 116 478

125 26 61

$364,518 $77,738 $198,542

218 484 682 444 2,646

44 14 41 49 360

$165,020 $75,021 $136,655 $154,056 $1,171,550

CRT = Chair’s Round Table Members contributing $1,000 or more annually.

the heritage club The Heritage Club is a special group of people who believe in the purpose and traditions of the YMCA and want to ensure this heritage of values is continued for future generations. Heritage Club members support the YMCA of Snohomish County through either a direct contribution to the YMCA Endowment Fund or by including the YMCA in their estate plans. The purpose of the Heritage Club is to encourage thoughtful gifts as a primary means of building a strong endowment capable of providing lasting support for the YMCA mission for years to come. During 2012, the YMCA Endowment Fund provided $78,000 of financial support to many programs and services offered through the YMCA’s branch and affiliate locations.


2012 Chair’s Round Table Members The YMCA of Snohomish County is grateful for the individuals, families, and businesses whose pledges to the Invest in Youth campaign make our work with young people possible. More than 2,646 donors contributed $1,171,550 to the 2012 Annual Invest in Youth campaign. Limited space prevents listing the names of every donor. Donors contributing $1,000 or more annually are members of our Chair’s Round Table and recognized below.

Giving Levels: Platinum Triangle $10,000 & above Gold Triangle $5,000 - $9,999 Silver Triangle $2,500 - $4,999 Bronze Triangle $1,500 - $2,499 Benefactor $1,000 - $1,499 *Indicates gift designation to two or more Branches

TRUSTEES Platinum Triangle AMT - A Division of Senior Operations LLC The Boeing Company Business Controls, Inc Premera Blue Cross Waste Management Northwest, Inc. Wells Fargo Anonymous Gold Triangle Chandler Family The Daily Herald Company Everett Clinic Fluke Corporation Goodrich Corporation Kaye Smith Lance Mueller & Associates Leslie & Doug Lauer Opus Foundation Precor Incorporated Providence Regional Medical Center Everett Quality Business Systems Matt & Keely Reinhard Richard & Paula Stetler Tulalip Resort Casino Union Bank Silver Triangle Richard & Mary Brannon Jerry Brim & Phyllis Turner-Brim Coastal Community Bank Rick Cooper & Robin Hilton Joyce Eleanor The EverTrust Foundation GLY Construction, Inc. Tonia & Jerry Goodwin JE Dunn Construction Mutual of Enumclaw Insurance Company National Maintenance Contractors, LLC Puget Sound Kidney Center The Redwoods Group Scott & Krista Sadler Umpqua Bank Scott & Cheryl Washburn Western Facilities Supply Whidbey Coffee Company Roy & Barbara Yates Bronze Triangle Monti Ackerman Bill & Judy Baker Brenda Baltrusch & Steve Sjoberg Banner Bank Jerry & Sue Beavers Clark Nuber, PS Coastwide Laboratories Susan Cournoyer Tracy & Mark Cumming

Bob & Lizbeth Dobler Mrs. Dan Duryee Emmett Koelsch Coaches, Inc. Doug & Robin Ferguson Frontier Communications Debbie & Dean Johnson Dwayne & RoseMary Lane Marketing Intelligence Jackie & Hugh Minor Mortenson Construction Pacific Copy and Printing Pemco Corporation Bill & Marcella Reed Regence Blue Shield Rotary Club of Everett-Port Gardner Service Solutions Richard N. & Mayumi Smith Stephen C. and Josephine J. Saunders Foundation Harry Stuchell Stan & Sheila Tiemens Vine Street Investments Carol Whitehead Michael & Mary Zubovic Benefactor Alliance Project Advisors Anderson Hunter Law Firm Virginia Antipolo-Utt & Chris Utt Aviation Partners Boeing Phil & Scuttle Bannan Tom & Nikki Braaten Tam Bui & Hyon Pak Bill & Amy Burton Butler Trust Gary & Sue Cohn Rick Cooley Dr. Jack & Marilyn Courrier Coverall Cleaning Concepts Dwayne Lane’s Family of Auto Centers First Choice Health Network Scott & Gayle Forslund JJ & Patrice Frank Richard & Barrie Galanti Gamut360 Holdings, LLC Greenview Landscaping John & Vicki Haskell Dr. Jean Hernandez & Erin Foy JR Abbott Construction Ken & Renae Kettler Key Bank Business Banking Bob & Kathy Leach Liberty Northwest Insurance Andy Lubresky Dr. Richard M. & Katherine M. Lyons Mark & Paula Mantei Thomas & Mary Maxwell John & Shirley Mohr New Concept Chemical Products LLC Mike & Melissa Olejniczak Orca Pacific Re-Fresh John & Suzanne Rettenmier In Memory of Susie Rucker Salinas Construction, Inc. Idamae Schack Skanska USA Building, Inc. Mary Smith & Family Jim & Susan Sporrong The Collins Group

The Temple Family Wells Fargo Don & Debbie Whitfield Whitfield’s United Ins. Agencies Stuart Wohler Carl Zapora & Cheryl Foster Mark Zinkle

BIG BROTHERS BIG SISTERS Gold Triangle Comcast Fluke Corporation Silver Triangle Mike & Julia Ellis Wayne Lockett Molly Ringo & Brad Wiens Gary & Debbie Stratton Anonymous Bronze Triangle Mitch & Marianne DePriest Everett Clinic Dan & Ash Gunderson Matt Holttum Keg Spirit Foundation Leslie & Doug Lauer Terrence Nevins Jesse Rawley John & Dana Tubbesing Benefactor Robin Dode Joseph Martinez Maddy Metzger-Utt & Randy Utt Nehemiah Ventures Regence Blue Shield Renee & Tom Valenti Anonymous

EVERETT FAMILY BRANCH Platinum Triangle City of Everett Howarth Trust Fund Gold Triangle Dr. Bill & Katie Finley Thomas & Meridith Little Silver Triangle American Distributing Company Danen & Heather Barnhart Todd & Catherine Havener Kim Hornyak Beverly Miller Sean & Florence Pickard Rubatino Refuse Removal, Inc. Ray & Mary Sievers Brooks & Carol Walton The Wenta Family Bronze Triangle Michael & Lisa Ankrom Dr. Jeff & Somkane Boggs Darlene & Denny Brawford Pat Chambers-Allendoerfer James Courrier, DDS Lorie Crawford Gary Doughty Brian & Tracie Evans Hatloe’s Carpet One Michael Millie Ron & Karen Moore Kelly Shepherd

Dr. Clay & Hap Wertheimer Anonymous -2 Benefactor Alf Forde Enterprises, Inc. Celebrate! Catering, Inc. Thomas & Jane Collins Don & Paula Dillinger Everett Rotary Youth Foundation The Fagerberg-Biladeau Family Mike & Maggie Faulkner Eric Fleischman Tom & Sue Gaffney Brian & Connie Hallgarth Mike & Susan Homer Jamie & Kathy Hunter Jeanne Lavell Dr. Stephen J. Lee Moss Adams, LLP Daniel Murphy Colleen & Tom Norcott Catherine Rasnack Henry & Donna Robinett Ed Rubatino Gael Thomson Morrie Trautman Tumac Lumber Company Andrea & Paul Wells-Edwards Western Washington Medical Group Whitfield’s United Ins. Agencies Crispin S. Wilhelm, M.D. Anonymous

MARYSVILLE/NORTH COUNTY FAMILY BRANCH Platinum Triangle Tulalip Tribes Charitable Fund Gold Triangle Windermere Foundation YMCA of the USA Silver Triangle American Distributing Company George & Hoa Appel JC Penney - Marysville Kurt & Sharilyn Lippmann & Family Marysville Rotary Club Beverly Miller Ross A. & Susan Miller Tom Nowak Dr. Anthony Roon & Kathryn McPherson Roon Kevin & Jennifer Trapani Loren & Kristen Van Loo Anonymous – 2 Bronze Triangle Ray & Sheryl Fryberg Dwayne & RoseMary Lane Peter & Catrina Millikan Stephen & Donna Muller The Schlosser Family Anonymous – 2 Benefactor Jim & MaryAnn Ballew Jason R. Bourne, DDS, MS The Bredereck Family Caroline & Geoffrey Brown Fineline Fixture and Case, Inc. Marjorie Grubbs Lyndy Hagerman


John & Gail Krueger Family Foundation Kiwanis Club of Marysville Dr. Kim & Julie Kron Kent & Julie Langabeer Lois Meryman & Elizabeth Grubbs Chuck & Audrey Pilon Soroptimists International of Marysville Wal*Mart Foundation Whidbey Island Bank Whitfield’s United Ins. Agencies The Widmann Family Eilene & Glen Zachry Anonymous

MILL CREEK FAMILY BRANCH Gold Triangle Crane Fund for Widows and Children Silver Triangle Jason Lucas & Misty Graf Peter Zieve Philanthropy Fund Bronze Triangle GLY Construction, Inc. Northwest Sports Photography Andrew Siguenza Kyla Smith Benefactor Awards Service, Inc. Pirri Badenhop Samuel & Sheri Croft Timothy W. Patterson Eric & Alissa Tanaka Anonymous

MONROE/SKY VALLEY FAMILY BRANCH Platinum Triangle Canyon Creek Cabinet Company Gold Triangle Margaret Bridge Family Game Store Fred Meyer Corporation Silver Triangle Hans & Martha Dankers Jerry & Melissa Keating Monroe Rotary Club Bronze Triangle CLIX Portrait Studios Linda Cline & Jim Carr Eiron & Patsy Cudaback Damar AeroSystems Jason & Elizabeth Gamble Priscilla & William High Tod & Margaret Johnson Sally King & David Demarest Mike & Jan Liepman Dr. Richard & Donna Lowell Wendy & Chad McCammon Rosemary O’Neil & Grenville Legge Providence Regional Medical Center Everett Rhino Manufacturing Inc. Debbie & Mac Taylor Bill & Lainie Weaver Benefactor Allstate Insurance Co. JeNell & Marc Buchanan Cavassa and Associates Paul & Nancy Cavassa

Wendy & Derek Coffman Janna Dmochowsky Gayle & Tom Foster Jeff & Eileen Hambleton Ken & Kim Hoover Brett Johnson Monroe Digital Copy Kenneth & Debra Morrell Deb Nalty & Jeff Shober Papa Murphy’s Pizza Jose Mata & Kathy Pinson Shauna Vernal

MUKILTEO FAMILY BRANCH Platinum Triangle John & Ann Collier JC Penney - Alderwood Silver Triangle AA Party Rentals-MLT Martin Cross Jerry & Gail Fraser Hogland Transfer Company Jet Plumbing, Inc. Northwest Duty Free Stores Peter Zieve Philanthropy Fund South Everett Mukilteo Rotary Club Whidbey Coffee Company Whidbey Island Bank Bronze Triangle E.N.D. Group, Inc. Mark & Elaine Gerspacher Granite Electric Jeanne Lavell Jean McKay Northwest Sports Photography Papa Murphy’s Pizza

Ken & Joyce Pascoe Doug & Jean Zook Benefactor 4K for Cancer, Inc. Jeff & Anastasia Benson Cafés Inc. DBA Mukilteo Speedway Cafe Rob & Janet Coe Jeff & Kathy Dunleavy Vinaya Chepuri & Melanie Field Herb & Robin Fox John & Vicki Goodwin Tonia & Jerry Goodwin Carol & George Holser Kiwanis Club of Mukilteo Brian Larson Keith & Jane Leverkuhn Life Fitness Matt & Shannon Martin Jeff Mitchell Newtech Communications Brian & Barbara O’Dell James & Jama Rand Byron & Cherie Ross Janelle P. Rucker Steve & Kim Sant Joan Sato-Hernandez & Marvin Hernandez Russell Smith Dr. Mark & Michelle Valentine Ali & Ric Williams Steve Wolf Ka’ohe Wong George & Amy Youngstrom

BOARD OF TRUSTEES AND BRANCH BOARDS OF DIRECTORS TRUSTEES Leslie Lauer, Chair Brenda Baltrusch, Vice Chair Matt Reinhard, Vice Chair Jim Sporrong, Treasurer Tracy Cumming, Assistant Treasurer Tom Braaten, Secretary John Haskell, Past Chair Judy Baker Kim Bedier David Brooks Tam Bui Roy Chandler Dr. Gary Cohn Bob Dobler Joyce Eleanor Scott Forslund Allen Funk Jerry Goodwin Jean Hernandez Debra Johnson Ken Kettler Eric Lucas Mark Mantei John Mohr Paul Petri Fred Safstrom Phyllis Turner-Brim Don Whitfield Michael Zubovic Emeritus Philip Bannan

Robert Boyle Richard Cooper Robert Drewel Doug Ferguson Larry Hanson Jackie Minor Harry Stuchell Roy Yates In Memorial Bob Wojcik Tom Unger BIG BROTHERS BIG SISTERS Dan Gunderson, Chair Matt Holttum, Vice Chair Molly Ringo, Past Chair Robin Dode, Past Treasurer Jude Bulman Will Chen Scott Comey Melanie Hancock Juergen Kneifel Terrence Nevins Marcus Oldelehr Zachary Perez Jesse Rawley Bill Searcy John Tubbesing Jerry Williams EVERETT FAMILY BRANCH YMCA Bill Finley, Chair

Kim Hornyak, Vice Chair Danen Barnhart, Vice Chair Brian Evans, Treasurer Chris Adams Mike Ankrom Jeff Boggs Brad Cattle Jim Courrier Gary Doughty Steve Hatloe Catherine Havener Susan Homer Kendall Kreft Tom Little Rebecca McCarthy Randy McDonald Steve Miller Karen Moore Judy Pascale Kelly Shepherd Ray Sievers Brooks Walton Kevin Weed Paul Wells-Edwards

Jim Ballew Sheryl Fryberg Bob Graef Don Hatch Jayne Joyner Brian Kalab Wendy Messarina Volosin Gail Miller Ross A. Miller Peter Millikan Steve Muller

Emeritus Harvey Chamberlin

MONROE/ SKY VALLEY FAMILY BRANCH YMCA Martha Dankers, Board Chair Nathan Anderson, Vice-Chair Nancy Cavassa, Past Chair JeNell Buchanan Donna Carlson Lowell MILL CREEK FAMILY Linda Cline BRANCH YMCA Clayton Cockrum Andy Siguenza, Janine Dawson Board Chair John “Cotton” Warnken, Carlos Elles Jason Gamble Vice-Chair Ken Hoover Jason Mayfield, Tod Johnson Vice Chair Criag Connell, Treasurer Melissa Keating Krista Burkart, Secretary Sally King Taylor Latimore Roman Catli Michael Liepman Steve Chittenden Deb Nalty Christopher Cunio Kathy Pinson Laura Gumnick MARYSVILLE/NORTH Katherine Staberow Phil Hicks COUNTY FAMILY Shauna Vernal Senator Steve Hobbs BRANCH YMCA MUKILTEO FAMILY Sean King, Board Chair Todd Karr Jason Lucas BRANCH YMCA Loren Van Loo, Stefanie McQuery Herb Fox, Chair Vice-Chair Ali Williams, Vice Chair Jodi Widmann, Treasurer Melba Miller Greg Abbey, Treasurer Anthony Roon, MD, Past Jennifer Ness Fran Walster Paulette Hunter, Board Chair Robert Wells George Appel Past Chair

Jama Rand Ph.D, Past Chair Maggie Deacon, Past Vice Chair Nicholas Gottuso, Past Vice Chair Eric Anderson Jim Calderon Dr. Jacqueline de Leontes Dr. Tom Gaskin Mark Gerspacher Mark Gregory Sean Joyner Kirk Kelly Dr. Marci Larsen Jason Lumsden Matt Martin David McCarty Harold Muschett Samantha Muschett Carrie Mygatt Marie Nowacki Duane Pearson Megan Reed Byron Ross Gretchen Reynolds Greg Stimpert Emeritus Doug Zook Paull Shin Dr. George Youngstrom


mission The YMCA of Snohomish County is composed of people of all ages, ethnic backgrounds, and religious affiliations united in sharing the values of caring, honesty, respect, and responsibility through programs that build strong kids, strong families, and strong communities.

locations Association Office 2720 Rockefeller Avenue, Everett, WA 98201 425 258 9211

MEMBER IMPACT: BOB’S STORY As Bob Nord stands in the Y, he can vividly remember being there as a boy, hovering at the edge of the pool, overcoming his fear, plunging in and passing his swim test. “That’s the way they did it in those days,” he recalls. What’s truly remarkable is that “those days” were about 80 years ago!

Marysville/North County Family YMCA 6420 60th Drive NE, Marysville, WA 98270 360 653 9622

Today at age 90, Bob swims every day for an hour and follows it up with 30 minutes on the treadmill. He admits he isn’t fast, but he doesn’t stop. Bob sees the Y as more than a place to work out – he believes that it’s a pillar of the community, and has been so in his many years of experience with the organization. The sense of community he feels at the Y helps motivate him to keep coming back.

Mill Creek Family YMCA 13723 Puget Park Drive, Everett, WA 98208 425 337 0123

“I can’t imagine what life would be like without the activity of the Y. Exercising at the Y keeps my mental attitude and my health up and improves my whole quality of life.”

Everett Family YMCA 2720 Rockefeller Avenue, Everett, WA 98201 425 258 9211

Monroe/Sky Valley Family YMCA 14033 Fryelands Blvd., Monroe, WA 98272 360 805 1879 Mukilteo Family YMCA 10601 47th Place West, Mukilteo, WA 98275 425 493 9622 Stanwood-Camano Family YMCA Organizing Committee 8823 Viking Way, Stanwood , WA 98292 360 629 9622 YMCA-SNOCO.ORG Big Brothers Big Sisters of Snohomish County 2722 Colby Ave., Suite 200 Everett, WA 98201 425 252 2227 BBBS-SNOCO.ORG

VOLUNTEER IMPACT: ART’S story Dr. Art Grossman has been a YMCA member and local family practitioner for more than three decades. When the Y added an indoor cycling program, Art offered his knowledge of cycling training, becoming an instructor for indoor cycling classes. “Preparing for cycling class is quite a bit of work,” Art says. His class includes a variety of levels of cyclers, many of whom credit Art’s expertise and assistance for getting them to where they need to be for big rides. Both at the Y and his medical practice, he enjoys helping people reach their fitness goals. His prescription for his patients: their local Y. “For more than 35 years the Y has enhanced my life, and I encourage others to come here as well. The Y makes an effort to create lasting relationships with their members and provide a friendly environment. That is what draws me here and keeps me coming back.”

A proud recipient of United Way community impact funding

Ymca of Snohomish County Annual Report 2012