NCB donates to YMCA


NCB recently donated $2,500 to the Highland County Family YMCA. The YMCA will use the money for the its youth programming, including youth sports and summer camp. YMCA youth sports programs teach the fundamental skills of the game and increase athletic ability. By engaging youth in physical activity at an early age, sports teach kids the value of being active and that fitness can be fun. The YMCA is expecting a total of 200 youth to participate in the youth sports programs (approximately 40 per session) and a total of 25 youth to participate in the 2016 summer camp. Pictured are Deb Jones, NCB co-president Ohio Region; and Kellie Kiser, associate executive director, Highland County Family YMCA.


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NCB recently donated $2,500 to the Highland County Family YMCA. The YMCA will use the money for the its youth programming, including youth sports and summer camp. YMCA youth sports programs teach the fundamental skills of the game and increase athletic ability. By engaging youth in physical activity at an early age, sports teach kids the value of being active and that fitness can be fun. The YMCA is expecting a total of 200 youth to participate in the youth sports programs (approximately 40 per session) and a total of 25 youth to participate in the 2016 summer camp. Pictured are Deb Jones, NCB co-president Ohio Region; and Kellie Kiser, associate executive director, Highland County Family YMCA.

NCB recently donated $2,500 to the Highland County Family YMCA. The YMCA will use the money for the its youth programming, including youth sports and summer camp. YMCA youth sports programs teach the fundamental skills of the game and increase athletic ability. By engaging youth in physical activity at an early age, sports teach kids the value of being active and that fitness can be fun. The YMCA is expecting a total of 200 youth to participate in the youth sports programs (approximately 40 per session) and a total of 25 youth to participate in the 2016 summer camp. Pictured are Deb Jones, NCB co-president Ohio Region; and Kellie Kiser, associate executive director, Highland County Family YMCA.
http://timesgazette.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/08/web1_NCBYMCApic.jpgNCB recently donated $2,500 to the Highland County Family YMCA. The YMCA will use the money for the its youth programming, including youth sports and summer camp. YMCA youth sports programs teach the fundamental skills of the game and increase athletic ability. By engaging youth in physical activity at an early age, sports teach kids the value of being active and that fitness can be fun. The YMCA is expecting a total of 200 youth to participate in the youth sports programs (approximately 40 per session) and a total of 25 youth to participate in the 2016 summer camp. Pictured are Deb Jones, NCB co-president Ohio Region; and Kellie Kiser, associate executive director, Highland County Family YMCA. Submitted photo
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