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On a weekly basis, the notes are taken to Cypress Creek Church in Wimberley and given to flood survivors who visit the church seeking assistance.
"I recognized an opportunity for our interactive bulletin board to offer emotional support to our neighbors," said New Braunfels Family YMCA employee Suzanne Hoffman.
This summer was the second time that the YMCA of Greater San Antonio hosted Power Scholars at Hawthorne Academy and in Friday, August 7, 110 scholars graduated!
Power Scholars Academy is a partnership between the YMCA of the USA and the national nonprofit BELL (Building Educated Leaders for Life).
Underperforming scholars in math, gained 6 months of academic growth.
A new school year can be exciting and overwhelming so we provided a one-stop shop for families to obtain school supplies, receive immunizations and access tools needed for their child to be successful.
The Potranco Branch Library will be the 30 location for the San Antonio Public Library.
The scholars are our community’s future superheroes. Themes included family week, college week and theatre week.“Not only will we have those two services in one facility, we also have opportunity to increase housing options for seniors through a unique public-private partnership.” branch, the YMCA of Greater San Antonio will turn 140 next year.Although the programs provided by the Y today are different than those from it’s founding in 1876, one goal remains the same, to build healthy spirit, mind and body for all.Herlinda Sanchez, great grandmother of Amy and Ashley Guzman said, "My girls have loved the opportunity to learn new things everyday and make new friends.Wherever Power Scholars Academy is offered next summer, we will be there."Scholar growth is assessed through a computer adaptive test given to scholars at the beginning and end of the program.
The Y is extremely grateful to have the support of the Denver Heights Association, the San Antonio Fire Department, San Antonio Police Department and many local dignitaries who took the time to stop by, including District Attorney Nico Lahood and Councilman Alan Warrick.