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The History of Sinclair College

“Find the need and endeavor to meet it.” – David Ainslie Sinclair

Although his tombstone in Woodland simply states “Secretary of the YMCA”, David Sinclair did much more for Dayton and its residents. 269 more words

Dayton Ohio

Forum on Poverty 3.23.17

Thank you to all of our panelists for taking the time to share with us their knowledge and experience about this issue.  For those that were not able to attend and for those who would like to hear our conversation again, we’ve included a digital recording of the evening here as well as on our podcast (search “Canton Church of the Brethren” on iTunes or wherever you subscribe to podcasts). 23 more words

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Toronto Clean Up Day - April 23rd

On April 23, thousands of Toronto residents, organizations and community groups and will do their part to keep our city clean and green. DCARA has signed up for our neighbourhood. 82 more words

Announcements

An historic downtown landmark that’s spent the last decade stuck in redevelopment purgatory is on the cusp of reaffirming its place downtown.

With construction slated to begin in April, the YMCA building — which dates back to 1896 — will soon become known as Y Lofts, a luxury apartment building that will retain the storied façade, in a project spearheaded by Atria Development Corporation. 433 more words

Homes

YMCA in Complexe Guy-Favreau looking for long-term solution

The head of the YMCA in Quebec says it will take a “community effort” to keep the YMCA in Complexe Guy-Favreau open for many years to come. 354 more words

Local News

YMCA of Central Massachusetts - Summer Youth Programs

A graduate of Boston College with a doctorate of education in school administration, Sergio Paez has served as an educator and administrator in several districts in Massachusetts, including Holyoke Public Schools and Worcester Public Schools. 162 more words

Central Massachusetts

Foxwell library event, March 26.

In honor of Women’s History Month and the April 6 centenary of the US entry into World War I, I’ll be speaking at 2 pm on March 26 at… 48 more words

Women's History