2012 Annual Report - Penobscot Bay YMCA

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2012 Annual Report - Penobscot Bay YMCA
SMALL KIDS
BIG DREAMERS
STRONG COMMUNITY
Penobscot Bay YMCA
2012 ANNUAL REPORT
PENOBSCOT BAY YMCA
PO Box 840 ● 116 Union Street ● Rockport, Maine 04856
Phone: 207.236.3375 ● Fax: 207.236.8458
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HERITAGE SOCIETY MEMBERS
OUR MISSION
The mission of the Penobscot Bay YMCA is to provide
high quality services that meet the youth development,
healthy living and social needs of individuals and
families in the communities we serve.
OUR VISION
The Y is a powerful association of men, women and
children of all ages and walks of life joined together
by a shared passion: to strengthen the foundation of
community.
With a commitment to nurturing the potential of kids,
promoting healthy living and fostering a sense of social
responsibility, the Y ensures that every individual has
access to the essentials needed to learn, grow and
thrive. Anchored in more than 10,000 neighborhoods
around the country, the Y has the long-standing
relationships and physical presence not just to promise,
but to deliver, lasting personal and social change.
Though the world may be unpredictable, one thing
remains certain—the Y is, and always will be, dedicated
to building healthy, confident, secure and connected
children, families and communities.
LEADERSHIP STAFF
BOARD OF DIRECTORS
Troy Curtis
Ted Pieri
Joe Cox
Marcia Roberts
Jim Bowditch
President
Leslie Eaton
Vice President
Jill Delano
Secretary
David Weil
Treasurer
Sarah Whytock
Kristine Lerner
Jasen Wood
Jan Mueller
Meghan Gustafson
Lydia Fournier
Theo Berez
Ben St. Cyr
Andréa Penney
Sandy Bodamer
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Executive Director
Finance Director
Facility Director
Development and
Marketing Director
Development and
Marketing Coordinator
Human Resources
Director
Senior Program Director
Accounting Assistant
Child Care Co-Director
Child Care Co-Director
Wellness Director
Aquatics Director
Teen Center Coordinator
Senior Activities Director
and Member Services
Coordinator
LET’S CONNECT...207.236.3375
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Jane Bennett
Dan Bookham
Becky Brace
Jim Butler
Andy Clement
Andréa Babb Conover
Joe Curll
Barbara Davidson
Jill Delano
Tom Girard
Jim Grimes
Bill Leone
Al Margolis
Mary Alice McLean
Jen Roper
Neale Sweet
Steve Young
The Heritage Society recognizes friends of the Y who
have made permanent gifts to benefit children and
youth. Through their visionary commitment to Y
principles, they assure financial security through a
growing resource, our perpetual endowment fund.
Heritage Society members have made one of several
types of gifts: bequests, significant outright gifts to the
endowment, gifts of insurance, gifts made by naming
the YMCA beneficiary of retirement assets, charitable
trusts for gift annuities.
Further information may be obtained by contacting
Troy Curtis, Executive Director or Marcia Roberts,
Development and Marketing Director of the
Penobscot Bay YMCA.
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Don and Penny Abbott
Kenneth and Roberta Axelson
C. Wilkes Babb Trust
Charles and Isa Babb
David and Janan Vaughn
Frank and Rosemary Beane
James and Felicity Bowditch
Rick and Ann Bresnahan
Jim and Michele Butler
Larry Campbell
Troy and Jen Curtis
Ken and Prudy Dickey
Allen and Sally Fernald
Molly Fitch
Richard and Joan Foxwell
M. Alton French Charitable Fund
Don Isikoff
Ned and Edie Kyle
Leo A. Laukka and Family
Al and Margie Margolis
Marty Martens
David and Ann Stuart Montgomery
Wayne and Caroline Morong
George and Jan Mueller
Mike and Kate Pierce
Joe and Ginny Ryan
John and Judy Sherman
Steve and Eva Smith
Neale Sweet and Betsy Perry
Nancy Watson Symington
York McDonough Charitable Gift
MARGE JONES HONOR SOCIETY
Recognizing Outstanding Service to the Penobscot Bay YMCA
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Frank Beane
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Marge Jones
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Bob Daigle
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Ned Kyle
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Mike Devine
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Steve Mansfield
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Allen Fernald
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Mike Pierce
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Susan Flynn
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John Sherman
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Ed Hurlburt
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Nancy Watson Symington
BUILDING CONFIDENT KIDS
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A LETTER FROM OUR PRESIDENT
THE Y’S IMPACT
“I had a double lung transplant in 2002. When my health was failing last year, I received a
scholarship from the Y, and I took up yoga. My lung function has improved from 47% to 63%; I
no longer take insulin or cholesterol medications. My transplant doctors are amazed and say it’s
“impossible” for my numbers to increase, considering I’m almost 10 years post-transplant. Thanks
to the YMCA, I feel great!”
~ Victoria Reed
“When I went for my annual check-up I was told that I had a slightly elevated blood pressure.
That prompted me to join the YMCA and sign up for Group Power. The classes are perfect: early in
the morning, rigorous with great music. It's wonderful to work out with old friends and make new
ones. Since starting last winter, my blood pressure has come back down and I even have some
new moves for my Elvis act (yes, I have an outfit!). Love the YMCA!”
~ Rafi Baeza
“Michael Kunn began swimming lessons with his Life Skills class in 2004 at the age of twelve. He
is now an advanced swimmer and a strong member of the Oceanside High School Special Olympics
Swim Team. This year at the state level Special Olympics swim meet, Michael earned a silver
medal in the 50-meter freestyle. Michael has always loved the water and enjoys everything from
swimming laps to playing water games during free time. “I feel I’m a better person for having
known you,” Michael’s swimming instructor told him. “You’re always here with a smile and a hug.”
~ Michael Kunn, Oceanside Life Skills
“The partnership between the Pen Bay YMCA childcare and the Rockport Public Library is
wonderful. It has vitally increased the library’s ability to connect to more children. By reading to
the children at the Y, we have shared quality reading time and great books with kids we might not
reach otherwise: just one more way that the Y connects the community.”
~ Liza Walsh, Children's Librarian at Rockport Library
“What a nice recognition of my husband's service to be offered the military membership. Having
a membership at the Y makes it possible for me, my husband and our two daughters to participate
in activities we love, without maxing out our budget. It is nice to be able to combine all of our
activities in one facility so we can still have time together as a family instead of planning logistics
to get from one spot to the next. We are always happy to refer friends to the Y and think the area
is extremely fortunate to have this organization as part of the community.”
~ Patricia Tempio-Wilson
“Since the first grade, the Y served as my daily after-school location. Here I learned to play
basketball and made a lot of friends. I went on to win two state championships with Camden Hills
Regional High School. The Y is where many of my teammates and I developed our skills. I am now
playing basketball for Bowdoin College and just completed a summer finance internship at the Y.
So the Y continues to have a huge impact on my life.”
~ Keegan Pieri
Dear YMCA Members, Program Participants, Donors, Volunteers and Staff,
It is with great pleasure that I can report, the Penobscot Bay YMCA is healthy and positioned well to continue
our work meeting the youth development, healthy living and social needs of our community. Last year was
another great year for the Y and with your support we continued to make a positive difference to those we
served. Here are some highlights from 2012:
Accomplishments
In the past year, the Penobscot Bay YMCA:
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Awarded financial assistance to every individual or family in need which included 2,701 of our neighbors,
a value of over $200,000 in services.
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Supported the Y’s charitable purpose by providing over $450,000 in free and subsidized services to the
community. Funds to support this work were raised via endowment income, UMCC support, the Boat
Auction, the Summer Raffle, the Camp Appeal and the Annual Support Campaign.
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Generated a modest operating surplus which we invested back into the Y in the form of facility repairs,
upgrades and staff development.
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Provided services for nearly 5,000 members. In addition, we registered over 20,000 individuals in
programs, and opened a new childcare center at the Midcoast Recreation Center to meet the quality
childcare demand in our community.
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Helped provide nearly 3,000 meals to children and families during the summer, through partnerships with
RSU 13, the USDA and JTG Foundation.
2012 Strategic Plan
Your Y is working to meet a number of challenges in our community. We are:
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Continuing to meet the evolving health needs of individuals of all ages in our service area, through high
quality programs, facilities and collaborations
◊ 17% increase in senior wellness programs
◊ Provided over 2,000 free swim and wellness classes
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Remaining financially viable in challenging times by raising revenues and controlling costs
◊ Added three new families to the Heritage Society
◊ Reduced the number of special events from four to three
◊ Reduced organizational debt by $30,000
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Responding to the service needs in Southern Knox County by establishing a physical and/or a programmatic
presence in that area
◊ Conducted New Service Analysis and determined that expansion to Thomaston Green was not
feasible at the current time
◊ Expanded Childcare Offsite Program to Midcoast Recreation Center (MRC)
Finally, as mentioned last year, due to premature product failure, we are now replacing the metal roof on our
116 Union Street Facility. With the roof manufacturer, general contractor and architects all out of business this
expense will be borne by the Y.
Thus, while we continue to have a lot to do, we enter this new phase with confidence and excitement. Many,
many thanks for all of your support and encouragement.
Sincerely,
Jim Bowditch, YMCA Board President
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NO ONE TURNED AWAY
WORKING FOR A GREATER PURPOSE
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CONFIDENT KIDS TODAY AND CONTRIBUTING AND ENGAGING ADULTS TOMORROW.
Fiscal year ending December 2012
Other
4%
NURTURING THE POTENTIAL OF EVERY CHILD AND TEEN.
We believe the values and skills learned early on are vital building blocks for life. Because
of the Y, more young people in neighborhoods around the nation are taking a greater
interest in learning and making smarter life choices. At the Y, children and teens learn
values and positive behaviors, and can explore their unique talents and interests, helping
them realize their potential. That makes for confident kids today and contributing and
engaging adults tomorrow.
2012 HIGHLIGHTS:
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Our happy campers made new friends, laughed and had an experience
that will last their lifetime. To meet the needs of our families, we were
delighted to grow to over 90 campers per week. Through program and
staff development, we expanded our opportunities in sports, hiking,
swimming, and archery all while integrating our four character values
of honesty, caring, respect, and responsibility.
The Y helps youth learn about being active and developing healthy
lifestyles which they will carry with them throughout their lives.
Whether it was youth gaining the confidence that comes from learning
to swim, or the building positive relationships that lead to good sportsmanship and teamwork, the Y is about building the whole person from
the inside out. Over 825 youth participated in swim team, basketball,
lacrosse, soccer, North Atlantic Gymnastics and Dance programs.
◊ Girl’s North Atlantic Gymnastics Academy’s competitive team
finished 3rd overall in the 2012 State Competition in level 3.
◊ The Y’s Sailfish Swim Team took 3rd place in the State YMCA
Swim Meet.
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Children in our Child Care Programs were provided a safe place
to learn skills, develop healthy, trusting relationships and build
self-reliance through Y values.
◊ Working with our community partner, 5210 Let’s Go!, we have
increased physical activity and learned about healthy eating
by implementing the 5210 message (5 or more fruits and
vegetables, 2 hours or less of recreational screen time, 1 hour
or more of physical activity and 0 sugary drinks, more water
and low fat milk a day).
◊ 5210 Let’s Go! awarded a grant to our Kids Club Afterschool
Program allowing our youth to enjoy new outdoor activities
such as snow shoeing. Because of the quality care and
reputation of this program, we are proud to be serving three
times as many families in our community.
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THE Y NURTURES POTENTIAL
Programs
Membership
Government Grants
Contributions & Special Events
Other
$1,246,616
$1,063,807
$359,583
$381,000
$140,532
39%
33%
11%
13%
4%
35%
32%
10%
18%
5%
TOTAL REVENUE
$3,191,538
100%
100%
P
Contributions
13%
M
Gov.
Grants
11%
Programs
39%
Membership
33%
Special
Events
1%
O
Supplies
5%
YMCA of the USA
Benchmark
EXPENSE
Salaries & Benefits
Occupancy
Other
Grant Costs
Special Events
Supplies
$1,857,000
$448,000
$285,683
$359,583
$20,588
$148,000
59%
14%
9%
12%
1%
5%
63%
15%
6%
10%
1%
5%
TOTAL EXPENSE
3,118,854
100%
100%
Throughout the year, over 40 young people with developmental
disabilities faced their own personal challenges and worked to gain
confidence in their swimming skills.
G
G
C
S
Grants
12%
Other
9%
Salaries
and
Benefits
59%
Occupancy
14%
At the Teen Center, an outreach program of the Penobscot Bay YMCA,
youth learn values and positive behaviors, explore their unique talents
and interests and realize their potential. That makes for confident kids
today and contributing and engaged adults tomorrow.
◊ Youth used their creative energies by participating in the Teen
Center themed summer camps designing their own outfits as
well as writing and performing giving them confidence in
themselves. In the fall, the TC Squared theatre group worked
together to perform their comedy sketch at a Teen Center
fundraising event.
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YMCA of the USA
Benchmark
REVENUE
SURPLUS…………………………………….…… $72,689
(Before depreciation & unrealized gains)
USE OF CASH
• Debt Reduction
• Board Designated to Maintenance Reserve
• Interest/Dividends Retained in Endowment
“I grew up on skis. Screaming down Sugarloaf was nothing to me. I became a
pool swimmer at age 59 because of serious knee issues. I could no longer do
heavy weight training, and I couldn’t run at all. I was petrified when I finally
joined Masters Swimming. I wished I’d been a high-school swimmer with a
decent flip turn, but no one cares about my lack of past experience. I have
learned so much from my coaches and my fellow swimmers – and I am so
glad I embraced this challenge!”
~ Polly Ireland
TEACHING RESPONSIBILITY
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PROVIDING SUPPORTIVE RELATIONSHIPS FOR PEOPLE TO BE WELL.
IMPROVING THE NATION’S HEALTH AND WELL-BEING
MEMBERSHIPS
MEMBERS
Youth
Young Adult
Adult
Single Parent Family
Senior
Family
Senior Couple
254
47
612
369
301
2671
398
Youth
Young Adult
Adult
Single Parent Family
Senior
Family
Senior Couple
254
47
612
138
301
654
199
TOTAL
4652
TOTAL
2205
FINANCIAL ASSISTANCE INFORMATION
Membership & Special Requests
Military/Active Duty Memberships
Program Scholarships
Camp Scholarships
Childcare Scholarships
TOTAL
Dollars Provided
$125,572
$17,910
$13,924
$13,333
$31,087
$201,826
Individuals Served
2,133
64
134
202
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Being healthy means more than simply being physically active. It’s about maintaining a
balanced spirit, mind and body. The Y is a place where everyone can work toward that
balance by challenging themselves to learn a new skill or hobby, fostering connections with
friends through our lifelong learning programs, or bringing your loved ones closer together
through out many family-centered activities. At the Y, it’s not about the activity as much as
it is about the benefits of living healthier.
2012 HIGHLIGHTS:
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A part of being healthy is being physically active. To help encourage
a healthy lifestyle, the Y held several road races with nearly 500
neighbors and friends participating. Races included the Annual
Turkey Trot, Harborview 5K, the Heartwatch Program’s Pumpkin
Walk/Run for Healthy Hearts 5K and Hope Triathlon.
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By using a variety of safe yoga postures and breathing exercises,
over 400 participants in our new Power Yoga Program were
physically and mentally engaged. This program at the Y's Lower
Lily Pond space uses 90 degree temperatures to relax and warm
muscles.
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Nia and RIPPED, two new programs, offered the opportunity for
participants to get moving, connect and feel successful in their
healthy living goals. Every day members dance, jump rope,
interval train, lift weights, kick box, and cycle their way to a
healthy and happy spirit, mind and body.
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Many seniors challenged with balance, range of motion and
relaxation have had the opportunity to experience a level of
movement though our Arthritis Program that they have not
experienced in years.
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Hundreds of neighbors and friends forever changed the way they
looked at many foods through a series of talks by Nutritionist, John
Bagnulo. Participants learned how to become less insulin resistant
and how to reduce inflamation with some basic meal or menu
ideas. John provided an overview of human physiology and how it
is being influenced by various aspects of the Western diet.
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Folks from all walks of life experienced guidance, support, extra
motivation and inspiration through personal training sessions at our
Lily Pond Training Studio. The Y’s personal trainers coached 35
individuals weekly to help them achieve their personal wellness
goals.
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PROGRAM REGISTRATIONS
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Health & Fitness
Senior Programs
Aquatics
Sports
Camping
Childcare
Teen Center
KCCHC
5,927
701
1,292
2,040
2,717
5,616
623
423
TOTAL
19,339
HELPING OTHERS ACHIEVE PERSONAL GOALS
“The Y’s Group Power Class has strengthened
my tricky back to the point where it is now pain
free. Talk about an improvement in one’s
quality of life! I’m now able to move around
like a 30-year-old in a 60-year-old body!”
~ Ron Joseph
PREVENTION TODAY FOR A HEALTHIER TOMORROW
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ENRICHING THE LIVES OF OTHERS AND HAVING A POSITIVE IMPACT ON OUR COMMUNITY.
MADE UP OF FRIENDS, SPONSORS AND BUSINESSES WHO SUPPORTED OUR FUNDRAISING EFFORTS.
GIVING BACK AND PROVIDING SUPPORT TO OUR NEIGHBORS
We know that when we work as one, we move people and communities forward.
That’s why we are committed to providing support to our neighbors and opportunities
for kids, adults and families to give, join in or advocate in the name of stronger
communities.
2012 HIGHLIGHTS:
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Twenty local individuals volunteered to serve on our Board of Directors
and gave countless hours of their time, talent and treasure through
fundraising events, committees and campaigns.
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The core of our existence is through the generosity of those who give to
our Annual Support Campaign. With the support of over 360 donors, we
were able to provide more than $200,000 in financial assistance for over
2600 children and families in our community.
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Provided social and educational opportunities for our active older adult
community, such as: a trip to the Boothbay Botanical Gardens,
Thanksgiving potluck and a holiday treat exchange party. In addition,
we had several Lunch and Learn offerings providing discussion on topics
such as group travel, relaxation breathing and mindful meditation.
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We are an ally and advocate for our communities. Last year, through our
strong partnerships and collaborations with over 165 local businesses,
corporations and foundations we were able to expand our impact on
issues such as childhood obesity, education and the overall health and
well-being of our community.
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The Y’s mission is to keep membership and programming accessible to
everyone, regardless of their financial capacity. A new initiative called
Membership for All (MFA) is a household income-based pricing structure
which helps keep the Y anchored firmly in its commitment to social
responsibility.
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Nearly 3000 free healthy lunches were provided to low income youth
and families living in the City of Rockland with thanks to RSU 13, the
USDA and the John T. Gorman Foundation.
The Knox County Community Health Coalition (KCCHC)
A Penobscot Bay YMCA Partner....
“Parents have enough to worry about
these days trying to make ends meet.
The last thing they need to worry about is
their kids. That’s where I come in: I drive
the kids from Hope and Lincolnville to the
after-school programs at the Y -- to a safe
environment where they can learn and
have fun.”
~ Tom Turner
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Collaborated with Pen Bay Healthcare to provide free tobacco cessation
classes for all Knox County residents.
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KCCHC received:
◊ A grant from the ME Office of Substance Abuse (OSA) to
increasing enrollment by 25% in the Midcoast Public Health
District of physicians, physician’s assistants, nurses, dentists,
medical assistance in the State’s Prescription Monitoring Program
– to decrease abuse of prescription medicines.
◊ One-year grant totaling $16,750 to provide colon cancer
education throughout the Midcoast Public Health District.
◊ Three-year grant totaling $45,000 from ME OSA to provide
12-2-1 (12 Hours 2 Change 1 life) a science-based program for
adolescents that are using/abusing alcohol and/or marijuana,
and misusing prescription drugs; and to provide marijuana use
prevention education.
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Expanded efforts by providing substance abuse prevention education,
including “Kick Butts Day!” to the Teen Center staff and students.
A CAUSE THAT SHINES ONLINE...www.penbayymca.org
Just Friends Hair Design
K2 Music
Kevin Strong-Dunk the Junk
Key Bank
Knox County Community
Health Coalition (KCCHC)
Leonards
Liberty Lobster
Lily, Lupine & Fern
Lowes
Maine Early Childhood
Advocates
Maine Eastern Railroad
Maine Maritime Museum
Maine Red Claw
Maine Sport Outfitters
Maine Sports Report
Maine State Police
Canine Unit
Maine State Prison
Showroom
Maine Wildlife Park
Mainely Cupcakes
Maritime Energy
McCormick & Associates
Midcoast Medicine
Midcoast Music Together
with Jessica Day
Monhegan Boat Line
Mike Moore,
Vanderbilt Beach Resort
Nebo Lodge
New Leaf Construction
North Atlantic Gymnastics
Academy (NAGA)
North Haven Grocery
Our Place Inn & Cottages
Owls Head Transportation
Museum
Pen Bay Health Care
Pen Bay Womens Imaging
PenBay Anethesia
PHI Home Designs
Plants Unlimited
Point Lookout and
Conference Center
Portland Harbor Hotel
Portland Pirates
Portland Sea Dogs
Primo
Prince's Furniture
Pro-Rental of Rockport
Revision Energy, LLC
Rockland Elks Club
Rockland Fire Department
Rockland Golf Club
Rotary Club of Rockland
Rustica
Samoset Resort
Sea Blue Physical Therapy
Seasons Downeast Design
Seton School, Inc.
Sevon Designs
Ship to Shore Lobster Company
Smokestack Grill
Stone Contracting and
Building, Inc.
Thayer's Y-Knot Boat Yard
The Camden Riverhouse Hotel
The First
The Green Thumb
The Owl & Turtle Bookshop
The University of Maine
The Waterfront Restaurant
The Whales Tooth Pub
Thorndike Creamery
Tolman Pond Market
Town of Appleton
Town of Camden
Town of Lincolnville
Trenor Goodell Electric, Inc
Tropical Nails
Viking, Inc.
Virtuso Salon
West Bay Rotary
Whitehall Inn
York's Wild Kingdom
Youngtown Inn
FOUNDATIONS
& TRUSTS
Agnes M. Lindsay Trust
Aldermere Foundation
C. Wilkes Babb Trust
John T. Gorman Foundation
M. Alton French Charitable
Fund of the Maine
Community Foundation
United Mid-Coast Charities
We have carefully checked this
list for accuracy, however, if
we have not listed your name as
you would like it to appear or
if you wish your name not to
appear in the future, please call
and we will make the correction
for future listings.
LEADING BY EXAMPLE
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NEIGHBORS HELPING NEIGHBORS.
MAKING A LASTING IMPACT ON THE LIVES OF THOSE WHO NEED US.
COMMUNITY PARTNERS
BUSINESS SUPPORTERS
Allen Insurance and Financial
Bangor Savings Bank
Blake Veterinary Hospital, Inc
Briggs & Wholey, LLC
Camden National Bank
Camden Real Estate Company
Coastal Opportunities
Down East Enterprise, Inc.
EBS Building Supply
EOS Solar Thermal Systems
Free Press Inc.
Harbor Digital Systems
Home Depot
Horch Roofing
Johnstone Chiropractic
Kno-Wal-In Home Care and Hospice
Maine Coast Construction
Maritime Energy
McCormick & Associates
Mount Pleasant Dental Care
On the Water in Maine
Pen Bay Oil Co.
PenBay PT/OT
PenBay Veterinary Associates, Inc.
Penobscot Bay Orthopaedic
Prince's Inc.
Rankins, Inc.
Snow Sport and Spine, INC
The Camden Hospital for Animals
The Camden Riverhouse Hotel
The First Bank
Treekeepers LLC
Viking, Inc.
Wayfarer Marine
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Mr. Kenneth S. Axelson
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Babb
Ms. Yvonne Drown
Mr. and Mrs. H. Allen Fernald
Mr. and Mrs. David Gordon
Ms. Cathy Harrell
Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Kearney
Mr. David Williams
5210 Let's Go!
A&P Construction Inc.
Abaldo Design / Build
Aldermere Farm
All Directions Transport, Inc.
Allen Insurance and Financial
ALLPLAY LLC
Amy Dietrch Design
Art's Marine Service, Inc.
Attention & Learning Pathways
Bald Rock Builders
Bar Harbor Bank & Trust
Bay Chamber
Birchwood Motel Inc.
Blue Sky Mobility Solutions
Boston Celtics
Boston Red Sox
Boynton- McKay
Brimstone Management, Inc.
Bubba Gump Lobster Shack
Camden Animal Rescue League
(P.A.W.S)
Camden Deli
Camden Design
Camden Fire Station
Camden Hospital for Animals
Camden Lions Club
Camden Real Estate, Co.
Camden Rotary
Camden Snow Bowl
Camden Whole Health
Cappy's Chowder House
Caravan
CARS: Certified Automotive
Repair & Sound
CedarWorks
Child Safety Solutions, Inc.
Children's Museum & Theatre
Coastal Children’s Museum
Cold Mountain Builders, Inc.
Complete Chimney Service
Cooper's Landing
Dairy Queen
Down East Books
Dr. Robert Day Dentistry
IT ALL STARTS WITH OUR COMMUNITY
Dunkin Donuts - Rockland
Eastern Construction Inc.
Ellis and Cathy Cohn
Erik and Ian Nason
Especially Yours, Inc.
Evergreen Ridge Alpacas
F/V Decadence
Farnsworth Art Museum
FMC Biopolymer
FMC Corporation
Francines Bistro
French and Brawn
Fresh Off The Farm
Fresh Restaurant & Bakery
Funtown/Splashtown
Golfer's Crossing
Goose River Golf Club
Graffam Brothers
Harborside Restaurant
Graffam Brothers Seafood Market
Graffam Brothers Seafood Shack
Hannaford
Hardy Orchards
Harvest Energy
Hatchet Cove Farm
Home Depot
Hope Elephants
Hope General Store
House of Logan
Hurricane Island/
Outward Bound School
IRC Solar Roof Systems, LLC
Jo-Ann Cook, MSW, LLSW
Johnstone Chiropractic
Penobscot Bay YMCA membership and programs are available to everyone, regardless of their ability to pay. During 2012, the Y returned $201,826 in mission services
to the community in the form of direct financial assistance to individuals and families as well as subsidized programs.
IMPACT OF COMMUNITY CONTRIBUTIONS
$25
per month...
$50
per month...
$75
per month...
$100
per month...
$200
per month...
Allows 2 kids the opportunity to become members of the Y and a
community that encourages fun, friendships and endless possibilities.
Makes it possible for a single parent family to have the resources and
support needed to learn, grown and thrive everyday at the Y.
Offers 9 kids the ability to attend summer camp and experience
activities that allow them to create, explore, swim, participate in field
trips, explore nature, and better understand the world around them.
Enrolls 2 seniors into the Y’s Heartwatch Cardiac Rehab program, giving
them peace of mind and new friendships on their road to recovery and
healthy living.
Provides 12 local unemployed and active duty military families with
complimentary memberships during their time of need.
KEEPING THE FUTURE BRIGHT
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MAKING A LASTING IMPACT ON THOSE WHO NEED US.
Mr. and Mrs. Donald Abbott
Mr. and Mrs. Alexander Abess
Mr. Arthur Adelberg
Mr. Joseph Aiello
Mr. Taylor Allen and Ms. Martha White
Ms. Margaret Allen
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Altschul
Mr. and Mrs. David Ambler
Mr. and Mrs. Charlton Ames
Mr. Michael Ames
Mr. Daniel Amory
Mr. Ron Staschak and Ms. Denise Anderson
Mr. and Mrs. Jeffrey Angle
Ms. Samantha Appleton
Mr. Kenneth Axelson
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Babb
Ms. Johanna Babb
Ms. Rebecca Babb-Brott
Mr. John Scholz and Ms. Margaret Barclay
Mr. D. and Mrs. P. Bardon
Mr. David Barry
Mr. Mark Battista and Ms. Jennifer Andrews
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Beane
Dr. Richard Beauchesne and
Ms. Patricia Healy
Mr. and Mrs. Christopher Beebe
Ms. Thia Belajonas
Ms. Roberta Belkin
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Bender
Mr. Mark Benjamin and Ms. Karin Leuthy
Mr. and Mrs. Daniel Bennett
Mr. and Mrs. David Berez
Mr. Peter Berke and Ms. Patty Anderson
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Berliner
Ms. Carolyn Birbeck
Mr. and Mrs. John Bird
Mr. James Bitner
Mr. Peter Blake
Mr. and Mrs. Edward Blum
Mr. John Blydenburgh
Ms. Sandy Bodamer
Ms. Laura Bonazzoli
Mr. Dan Bookham and Ms. Jessie Davis
Ms. Susan Bouchard
Dr. and Mrs. James Bowditch
Ms. Margaret Boyajian
Mr. and Mrs. Russell Brace
Mr. Brian Bragg
Mr. and Mrs. Rick Bresnahan
Ms. Mary Gray Brott
Mr. and Mrs. Douglas Bruce
Mr. and Mrs. John Bryant
Mr. and Mrs. Blaine Buck
Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Buckingham
Mr. and Mrs. James Butler
Camden National Bank
Mr. Benjamin Cameron and Ms. Cindy Blais
Mr. and Mrs. Norman Campbell
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Campbell
Mr. Larry Campbell
Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Carpenter
Ms. Harriet Carroll and Ms. Anita Brown
Mr. Hodding Carter and Ms. Lisa Lattes
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Cawley
Mr. and Mrs. Peter Chamberlain
Ms. Michelle Chamberlain
Mr. and Mrs. Paul Chamberlin
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Dr. Rick Chandler
Mr. and Mrs. Frederick Chatfield
Ms. Mary P. Chatfield
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Christie
Mr. and Mrs. John Claussen
Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Clement
Ms. Ruth Cole
Mr. and Mrs. Douglas Coleman, Jr.
Mr. and Mrs. Jeffrey Colquhoun
Mr. and Mrs. Peter Conover
Mr. Jeffrey Conrad
Mr. and Mrs. Vincent Contento
Mr. and Mrs. William Cook
Dr. Sally Cooper
Mr. Horatio Cowan, Jr.
Mr. Joe Cox
Mr. and Mrs. William Crandall
Drs. Charles and Mara Crans
Mr. and Mrs. Jerod Cronkite
Mr. and Mrs. C. Cunningham, Jr.
Mr. Joseph Curll and Ms. Hilda Livingstone
Mr. and Mrs. Troy Curtis
Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Cyr
Mr. Ben St. Cyr
Mr. and Mrs. Keith Daggett
Mr. and Mrs. Steven Dailey
Mr. and Mrs. John Davidson
Mr. and Mrs. Jeremy Delano
Ms. Jill Delano
Mr. and Mrs. Eric Denny
Mr. and Mrs. William Deptula
Mr. and Mrs. Jack Deupree
Mr. Kenneth Dickey
Mr. Charles W. H. Dodge
Mr. Lawrence Rosenfeld and
Ms. Amy Drinker
Mr. Peter Duffey and Ms. Caroline Beard
Mrs. Patricia Duncan
Mr. and Mrs. Daniel Eaton
Ms. Irene Eaton
Mr. and Mrs. Rob Eddy
Mr. Edward Endl and Dr. Deborah Endl
Mr. and Mrs. Brian Englander
Mr. and Mrs. John Enright
Dr. and Mrs. David Ettinger
Mr. Jonathan Wood and
Dr. Alison Faulkingham
Mr. Thomas Fear and Ms. Anne Harmon Fear
Mr. Ryan Fendler
Mr. and Mrs. H. Allen Fernald
Ms. Angeline Ferris
Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert Fifield
Dr. and Mrs. Andrew Filderman
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Fischer
Ms. Erin Flanagan
Ms. Maureen Flanagan and Mr. Mike Bridges
Ms. Alexandra Fogel
Mr. and Mrs. Michael Fournier
Mr. Robert French
Dr. and Mrs. Robert Furman
Mr. and Mrs. Michael Galgano
Mr. Lloyd Garrison
Ms. Carmen Felix
Ms. Diana Gay
Drs. Jacob and Terry Gerritsen
Mr. and Mrs. William Gilbert
Mr. Thomas Girard and Ms. Deborah Howard
CREATING LASTING CHANGE
Mr. and Mrs. Frank X. Giustra
Mr. and Mrs. Christopher Glass
Mr. and Mrs. William Glover
Mr. and Mrs. David Gordon
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Gordon
Mr. and Mrs. Leon Gorman
Drs. Jonathan and Lee Goss
Mr. and Mrs. Peter Greene
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Griffin
Mr. and Mrs. James Grimes
Mr. Rick Grimes
Ms. Bobbie Guhl
Mr. Stephen Gray and Mrs. Lisa Gumm Gray
Mr. and Mrs. Todd Gustafson
Dr. Susan Hage
Mr. and Mrs. David Hall
Mr. and Mrs. James Hall
Mr. Robert Hammer and Ms. Susan Crowe
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Harding
Mr. Patrick Harrison
Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Hart
Mr. and Mrs. Francis Hedrich
Mr. John Heilker and Capt. Sharyn Burke
Ms. Elizabeth Henry
Mr. and Mrs. Roy Hitchings
Mr. Jeffrey Hjelm and Ms. Doris Harnett
Mr. and Mrs. David Holmes
Mr. and Mrs. Gregory Holt
Mr. Thomas Girard and Ms. Deborah Howard
Mr. and Mrs. David Hoy III
Mr. and Mrs. Neal Hurwitz
Ms. Jean Hutchins
Mr. and Mrs. Geoffrey James
Anne and Jim Jenkins
Mr. John Jenkins
Mr. and Mrs. John Jensen
Mr. and Mrs. David Jermann
Mr. and Mrs. Peter Johanson
Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Jones
Mr. and Mrs. Bruce Jordan
Mr. Ronald Joseph
Rev. and Mrs. Theodore Kanellakis
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Keefer
Mr. and Mrs. Bill Kennedy
Mr. and Mrs. Barry King
Mr. and Mrs. Sumner Kinney
Mr. and Mrs. James Kinsella
Mr. John Kirschner
Ms. Kelly Kuplinski
Mr. and Mrs. Parker S. Laite, Jr.
Mr. Robert Laite
Dr. and Mrs. Steven Lary
Dr. and Mrs. Jim Laurita
Mr. and Mrs. Robin Ledwith
Mr. and Mrs. Richard W. Ledwith, Jr.
Mr. and Mrs. William Leone
Mr. and Mrs. Brett Lerner
Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Levin
Mr. and Mrs. George Lewis
Mr. and Mrs. Sidney Lindsley
Mr. and Mrs. Stephen Little
Mr. and Mrs. Earl Ludman
Elizabeth Macomber and Kelly Straight
Mr. John Macomber
Mr. Kazuo Maeda
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Manns
Mr. and Mrs. Stephen Mansfield
Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Margolis
Mr. and Mrs. Steven Marin
Ms. Sally Marki
Ms. Carolyn Marsh
Ms. Martha Martens
Mr. and Mrs. J. Duncan Matlack
Mr. and Mrs. James Matlack
Mr. and Mrs. Richard Maxcy
Ms. Marian McAleenan
Mr. and Mrs. John McCallister
Mr. and Mrs. John McCormick, Jr.
Mr. Ken McKinley and Dr. Susan McKinley
Sally and Don Merchant
Mr. Jared Merritt
Mr. Joseph Messler, Jr.
Mr. and Mrs. John Meyn
Mr. and Mrs. Norman Migliorato
Mr. Samuel Millar and Ms. Frances Hitchcock
Mr. and Mrs. John MIller
Mr. Ranlet Miner
Mr. Douglas Mirk
Mr. and Mrs. Allen Mitchell
Ms. Jane Monhart
Mr. and Mrs. David Montgomery
Mr. and Mrs. Philip Montgomery
Ms. Sara Montgomery
Roger and Audrey Moody
Mr. and Mrs. Perry Morgan
Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Morong
Mr. and Mrs. George Mueller
Mr. and Mrs. Paul Munro
Ms. M. Marguerite Murphy
Mr. and Mrs. Jeffrey Nathan
Mr. and Mrs. James Nelson
Mr. and Mrs. George Norenberg
Mr. and Mrs. Timothy O'Brien
Mr. and Mrs. Kieran O'Dwyer
Mr. and Mrs. Francis O'Hara
Mr. and Mrs. Gerry Opiela
Mr. and Mrs. George Orestis
Mr. and Mrs. Matthew Orne
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Oxton
Nancy and Winfield Padgett
Ms. Jane Palmer
Mr. and Mrs. Steven Parent
Ms. Katharine Parker
Mr. and Mrs. Keith Patten
Mr. Donald Pearson and Ms. Lynne Champion
Mr. and Mrs. Kurt Penney
Mr. Dalton Philbrook
Mr. Stanley Piecuch
Mr. and Mrs. J. Michael Pierce
Ms. Olive Pierce
Mr. and Mrs. Ted Pieri
Ms. Judith Pinney
Ms. Connie Putnam
Mr. Frank Rankin
Ms. Maureen Rhodes
Mr. and Mrs. Rich Roberts
Mr. and Mrs. James Rockefeller, Jr.
Mr. and Mrs. Paul Rogers
Mr. Scott Pons and Ms. Jennifer Roper
Peter and Rebecca Roper
Ms. Tanya Rudy
Mr. and Mrs. James Russell
Mr. and Mrs. Joe Ryan
Ms. Betsy Clemens Saltonstall
Ms. Mary Saltonstall
Mr. and Mrs. John Sanford
Mr. Scott Saucier
Mr. and Mrs. Dan Schaeffer
Mr. and Mrs. Jay Scheck, Jr.
Dr. and Mrs. Eric Schenk
Mr. Marc Schnur
Mr. and Mrs. Homer Schoen
Mr. and Mrs. Richard Schotte
Ms. Kendra Schuster
Ms. Mariellen Schwentker
Mr. Dan Seefarht
Mr. and Mrs. John Sherman
Dr. Cornelius Yetman and Ms. Monica Shields
Ms. Flora Ann Shorey
Mrs. Jane Sigsbee
Ms. Jean Silva
Mrs. Ellen Simmons
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Slater
Eva and Steven Smith
Mr. and Mrs. Gary Smith
Ms. Stephanie Smith
Mr. Brian Smullen
Mrs. Virginia Smyth
Dr. and Mrs. Robert Snead
Mr. Lucas Snow
Mr. and Mrs. T. Richard Snyder
Mr. and Mrs. C. Richard Soderberg
Mr. Irwin E. Spalding
Mr. and Mrs. William Spear
Mr. and Mrs. Paul Spizzuoco
Mr. and Mrs. Timothy Stalnaker
Drs. Harold Van Lonkhuyken and Kirsten Staples
Mr. and Mrs. David Stebbins
Dr. and Mrs. Robert Stein
Dr. and Mrs. William Stephenson
Mr. Joseph Stone and Ms. Nancy Lee
Mr. William Behrens and Ms. Molly Stone
Mr. and Mrs. Matthew Storin
Ms. Erin Strout
Mr. Richard Stuart
Mr. and Mrs. John Sullivan
Mr. Neale Sweet and Ms. Betsy Perry
Mr. and Mrs. Edward Sziklas
Ms. Rikki Tahta
Ms. Ann Tani
Capt. W. D. Taylor, USN Ret.
Mr. and Mrs. Martin Taylor
Mr. and Mrs. Seth Taylor
Ms. Susan Taylor
Mr. and Mrs. Brian Tolman
Mr. and Mrs. Wallace Towne
Mr. and Mrs. Peter Tranchell
Mr. K. Richard Trenholm
Mr. Robert Fillnow and Ms. Leslie Trudeau
Mr. and Mrs. Tom Turner
Mr. Peter Van Alstine
Mr. Ben Van Der Schaaf and Dr. Gail Hawes
Mr. and Mrs. David Vaughn
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Walcott
Mr. and Mrs. Franklin Walker
Mr. Jim Walker
Mr. and Mrs. Peter Warren
Mr. Art Warren
Ms. Katherine Weatherbee
Mr. and Mrs. David Weil
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Weiler
Ms. Joan Welsh
Mr. and Mrs. Robert West
Mr. and Mrs. Bruce Westphal
Ms. Nancy Weymouth
Mr. and Mrs. Jerry White
Mr. Richard Whitman
Mr. and Mrs. John Whitney, Jr.
Mr. and Mrs. Chris Whytock
Dr. and Mrs. Roger Wickenden
Mr. John Williams
Mr. and Mrs. Neal Williamson
Mr. Chris Wilson and
Ms. Ann Keefe-Wilson
Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Winchenbach
Mr. and Mrs. Beekman Winthrop
Jasen and Lori Wood
Ms. NinaLynn Woolston
Mr. and Mrs. David Worthington
Mr. and Mrs. Daniel Wyman
Mr. and Mrs. Steven Young
Dr. Ed Zanca
Mr. and Mrs. Allen Zern
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