2014 Annual Report - YMCA of Greater Manchester

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2014 Annual Report - YMCA of Greater Manchester
BUILDING STRONG
COMMUNITIES
2014 Annual Report | Deepening Impact
THE GRANITE YMCA
A LETTER FROM OUR PRESIDENT AND CEO
Dear YMCA Members,
On many different levels 2014 was a historic year for our association. It has been a year
of enormous growth and expansion of programs and services across all our branches.
Now six branches strong, the Trustees decided to change our association name from
the YMCA of Greater Manchester to The Granite YMCA to reflect our geographic range
of services from Portsmouth to New Boston.
Our YMCA of Downtown Manchester, founded in 1854, celebrated its 160th year of
service by hosting a community block party at our Mechanic Street facility. It’s an
amazing story of service, but it is not the oldest YMCA in our association. The YMCA
of the Seacoast was actually the third YMCA chartered in North America in 1852. The founding fathers of these two
YMCA’s would be so very pleased to see them serving their communities all these years in spirit, mind and body.
A record number of individuals, 19,977, received financial assistance or free services at a value of $1.68 million dollars.
This was made possible by our generous donors who contributed an all time high of $450,000, our local United Ways
and with many corporate and foundation grants. Our YMCA leads all Y’s in New England in the percentage of aid given
back to our communities.
Our Y received the great honor of being one of only ten YMCA’s nationally to receive a $200,000 achievement gap
grant to raise the school performance levels of very low income children. These young boys and girls in our afterschool
program at Beech Street School in Manchester will benefit from a new research-based curriculum to statistically
validate closing the achievement gap of low income children compared to their middle and upper income peers. It’s an
exciting initiative that promises to produce powerful results.
We are pleased to report all six of our branches exceeded their budget enabling our association to reinvest in our
facilities and build our reserves. Our centralized business model is efficient and provides great support to all our
Y’s. While we can measure our success in statistics, numbers served and financial achievement, no measure is more
important than the thousands of stories of lives changed, families brought together, and communities strengthened.
During our in-service day this year, our guest speaker Rick Freeman, who now leads security at Fidelity Investments,
told us his story. Growing up in poverty and bullied by other children in his school, Rick had all but dropped out and
given up to ever graduate. Due to his chronic truancy, Rick was recommended to our STAY Alternative School and it
completely changed his confidence in himself, helped him build new friendships and realize a vision of going to college
and having a successful life. He volunteers one day per week at the STAY program to pay it forward to other at-risk
youth.
We are so much more than a gym and swim program. We are where lives change, families are strengthened, and
communities grow stronger.
Thanks so much to all the staff, volunteers and YMCA partners who have made it possible. Long live The Granite YMCA.
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WE DEEPEN OUR IMPACT...
...AS WE TRANSFORM LIVES
60
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LIVESTRONG at the YMCA
MoveWell Diabetes Exercise Program
This free, small recovery program helps adult cancer survivors and
their families find hope and wellness physically, emotionally, and
spirtually.
A free intervention program for individuals diagnosed with Type II
diabetes or for those who are considered pre-diabetic and have risk
factors for diabetes.
...AS WE MOTIVATE HEALTHY LIVING
The Y is a leading voice on health and well-being. With a mission centered on balance, the Y brings families closer
together, encourages good health, and fosters connections through fitness, sports, fun, and shared interests. As
a result, youth, adults, and families are receiving the support, guidance, and resources needed to achieve greater
health and well-being for their spirit, mind, and body.
89
50
4,943
Equipment Upgrades
NEW Innovative Classes
Kids in CATCH
The following wellness equipment was added to
help you stay motivated and exercise more:
Cycling mats
TRX Suspension Systems
Expresso Bikes
Octane Lateral Machine
Nexersys Kickboxing
Marpo Rope Trainer
NXT Spin Bikes
In addition to our 89 pieces of fitness
equipment, we have added many new classes
this year including:
Tai Chi
Meditation
LIVESTRONG at the YMCA
MoveWell Diabetes Exercise Program
This is an evidence based program proven
to prevent and reduce childhood obesity by
promoting physical activity and healthy food
choices in early childhood, afterschool, and
summer programs.
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WE DEEPEN OUR IMPACT...
The Y has been listening and responding to our communities’ most critical social needs for 160 years. Whether
developing skills or emotional well-being through education and training, welcoming and connecting diverse
demographic populations through community services, or preventing chronic disease to building healthier
communities through collaborations with policymakers, the Y fosters the care and respect all people need and
deserve.
1,200
650
94
Volunteers
CPR Trained
Agency Partners
Who donated their time, talent, and services to
many areas of our Y.
Empowers the community to recognize and
respond to breathing and cardiac emergencies.
We provide free memberships to nonprofit
agencies so they can serve their clients in need.
...AS WE INSPIRE YOUTH
We believe that all kids deserve the opportunity to discover who they are and what they can achieve. That’s why,
through the Y, youth today are cultivating the values, skills, and relationships that lead to positive behaviors, better
health, and educational achievement.
65
90
1,678
3,265
989
Teen Leaders
Swim Team
Participants
Child Care
Summer Camp
Youth Opportunities
Unlimited Programs
We encourage youth to
challenge themselves by
getting involved in projects
that demonstrate initiative,
commitment, and service.
Have fun, learn techniques,
experience health benefits
as well as learn character
lessons from being a
member of our competitive
swim team.
Parents entrust their
children to us and go to
work feeling secure that
their children are in a
happy, learning, thriving
environment.
Kids enjoy physical activity,
enjoy the outdoors, make
new friendships, have
different experiences, learn
skills, gain independence,
and create lasting
memories.
These educational programs
give at-risk youth an
opportunity to feel valued
while emphasizing the
importance of school,
healthy nutrition, exercise
and social behaviors and
choices.
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BECOMING A LEADER AT CAMP FOSS
Six years ago, Emma Relle, arrived
at Camp Foss for the first time. She
was not super excited about going
to overnight camp, but had been
convinced by her parents and friends
that this was an experience that she
would never forget. Now 15 years old,
Emma cannot imagine being anywhere
else during the summer than Camp
Foss. Emma’s favorite camp activity
is anything on the waterfront. She
loves swimming, kayaking, and paddle
boarding. She also enjoys the out of
camp trips, especially to Livermore
Falls.
Not only is Camp Foss about having fun and being active, it encourages girls to build relationships, create
lifelong friendships, and make memories that will last a lifetime. For Emma, camp has taught her how to build
new relationships with others and not to judge a book by its cover. She has learned that when you are living with
others you have to keep your space neat and organized, and be respectful of others’ spaces.
“Camp Foss is a place where you are provided for, nurtured, and you are encouraged
to try new things.”
This year Emma is in the Leaders in Training (LIT) cabin. This cabin (Lafayette) houses the oldest group of
campers at Foss and these girls have been coming to camp for many years. The LIT cabin participates in
teambuilding and aquatics safety daily. The girls are responsible for completing a service project around camp.
The girls in this cabin also serve as big sisters to the youngest village and work to earn a trip at the end of the
session. They help the younger kids during their recreation period in the morning or read stories to the little ones
at night. They are also responsible for ensuring everyone has cleaned up their tables correctly after meals and
often help the Hilltop Village, the youngest cabin, clean up their messes. The LIT cabin is meant to be a stepping
stone to the Counselor in Training (CIT) program, which Emma hopes to be part of next summer at camp.
Emma stayed at camp for four weeks this summer, and when she returns home she will keep in touch with her
friends from camp. She keeps in contact with them by texting, email, and phone calls.
“Camp Foss is a place to go and get away with great friends and provides the
opportunity to do fun things. It’s a really important part of my life and I feel so
fortunate to be here. I have learned so much from coming to camp, from the
excitement of trying new things to the joy of helping others.”
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YEAR IN REVIEW
YMCA of Downtown Manchester
YOUTH DEVELOPMENT
The YMCA of Downtown Manchester serves over 80 families in our Preschool Child Care Program. Each family receives a
free membership to the Y to encourage family strengthening and health and wellness.
The Leaders Club is a nationally recognized YMCA teen program that provides participants with opportunities for leadership
training, personal growth, service to others, and social development. This program meets weekly and encompasses a Junior
Club and Senior Club, both working with peers and adults on character building activities and community projects. The
Leaders Club served 30 teens who provided more than 1,000 hours of community service last year.
HEALTHY LIVING
There are more than 95 free group wellness classes offered to support over a thousand members of all ages. The program,
LIVESTRONG at the YMCA, has grown to include one hundred families at our Manchester branch. This research-based
program is designed for adult cancer survivors and is led by instructors trained in the elements of cancer, post rehab
exercise, and supportive cancer care. The LIVESTRONG program meets twice a week for 12 weeks. All LIVESTRONG
program participants receive a free three month family membership to continue their wellness journey.
SOCIAL RESPONSIBILITY
The Sports-on-the-Move program expanded to include Elmwood Gardens Housing Complex, Gossler Park School, and
the 21st Century Summer Camp Program. The instructor brings fun-movement filled equipment and activities into lowincome neighborhoods to support this program. This past year marked our 9th annual Brunch with Santa community event
which served more than 1,500 people free of charge. Participants of all ages spent the day making crafts, visiting with
Santa, jumping in the bounce house, sharing a healthy meal, and much more!
FAMILY STRENGTHENING
In a continued effort to help families enjoy wellness, strengthen their bodies, and spend time together, the Y offered several
family wellness classes open to members year round. Opportunities included family classes in Zumba, boot camp, family
sports, CATCH, yoga, cooking, and family swim. Participants of all ages celebrated healthy living together!
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YEAR IN REVIEW
YMCA Allard Center of Goffstown
YOUTH DEVELOPMENT
The YMCA Allard Center of Goffstown’s School Age Child Care Program expanded to include two more sites in the Goffstown
elementary schools. These new sites provide care for more than 80 students. Parents were invited to several family nights. Staff
offered three overnight programs at the branch for school age children. The Leaders Club hosted their annual haunted hike at YMCA
Camp HalfMoon and added a twilight hike for preschool children. More than 200 parents, children, and family members attended
this spooktacular event. With the proceeds from the haunted hike, teens were able to adopt an Army Battalion in Afghanistan.
They collected, packaged, and mailed healthy snacks, toiletries, coffee k-cups, and games to the soldiers. The Leaders Club provided
hundreds of hours of volunteer support for special events and programs at the Y. The tennis department added several new strategy
and drill tennis classes for young players. The new Super Mighty Mites and Jr. Competitive Drill classes offer more court time, stroke
development, and age appropriate equipment for participants.
HEALTHY LIVING
We provided a total of 3,972 group exercise classes for teens, adults, and seniors, of which 3,720 were free to Y members. We added
19 new pieces of Cybex strength equipment to the fitness center, and four pieces were specifically chosen to serve wheelchair
using members. The Y added 19 new pieces of cardio equipment, three of which are for individuals with low mobility. We entered into
a new program partnership with Wheelchair Health in Motion (WHIM). Developed by wellness professionals and two life transitioned
quadriplegics, this is a one of a kind program developed for, and led by, volunteer instructors who are also wheelchair users. The
YMCA Allard Center of Goffstown is one of only three locations in NH to host a WHIM program. The weekly 90 minute class serves
participants who are looking to improve their fitness level and connect with others with similar challenges. Our 55 and older population
is the fastest growing membership at the branch. The Y now offers an array of social and holiday programs conveniently following our
senior exercise class for active older adults. Offerings include professional speakers on health topics, Y members sharing special artisan
talents, dance lessons, games, and more.
SOCIAL RESPONSIBILITY
Two community forums, with 30 leaders attending, gathered to collaborate about concerns regarding youth, teens, families, and
seniors. The forums cultivated several partnerships with emphasis on the teen and senior center at the branch. Future forums are in the
works to review potential joint trainings and resource sharing. The Y celebrated the completion of phase one of Camp HalfMoon’s
accessible playground project. With funds from the KaBoom Playground Build Grant, many generous donors, and numerous
community contractors, phase one of the project was a success. More than 60 community volunteers came together for three days
to prepare the site, install the equipment, and lay wheelchair friendly bark mulch for YMCA and community families to enjoy. The Y
continues to offer programs that reach students in community schools. A free fun night was offered for 7th graders in May involving an
evening of swimming, gymnastics, tennis, and gym games with Y staff and volunteers.
FAMILY STRENGTHENING
In an effort to help families enjoy wellness, strengthen their bodies, and spend time together, the Y offered several family wellness
classes open to members throughout the year. Opportunities included classes in Zumba, kickboxing, yoga, and TRX suspension training.
Participants of all ages celebrated healthy living together at our annual Healthy Kids Day.
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YMCA of Greater Londonderry
YOUTH DEVELOPMENT
The YMCA of Greater Londonderry’s School Age Child Care Program saw tremendous growth over the past year. The
Kindergarten enrollment rose by 110 percent with each of the wrap-around components running at capacity. Many
children participated in Try it Tuesday, an opportunity to try different fruits and vegetables each week. South School’s
program began a weekly walking club for participants to enjoy.
The YMCA of Greater Londonderry worked collaboratively with the Windham Recreation Department to develop a community
youth basketball program. This yielded two developmental basketball programs at Griffin Park for children ages three to
five years old. Both vacation and full day programs grew 41 percent, providing more children the opportunity to learn,
grow, and thrive. YMCA Camp Pa-Gon-Ki added a gardening component which allowed campers to experience planting
and cultivation of their own food. In addition, the Y added a Fit Camp where children learned healthy eating habits and a
variety of fun ways to stay active.
HEALTHY LIVING
Through a first time partnership with the Windham Recreation Department, the Y offered a walking program for seniors
at Griffin Park. We had a consistent group of 12 to 15 seniors and will add another day in the fall. Our personal training
program has consistently grown over the last year. With the help of staff, one member lost over 55 pounds and continues
on her healthy living journey! The Y added a TRX suspension training class which was well received by the community, and
by the spring there was enough demand to run two TRX classes with consistent clientele.
SOCIAL RESPONSIBILITY
The Annual Wine Tasting was a great success, raising more than $40,000 to support the Reach Out for Youth and
Families Campaign. Approximately 120 community members attended the wine tasting prompting the need for a larger space
next year! The Y participated in Londonderry’s Old Home Day Celebration where staff worked collaboratively with the town
of Londonderry’s recreation department to offer free games and activities during the celebration.
FAMILY STRENGTHENING
We offered several family events including kickball, karate, Zumba, and dodgeball. Both Family Adventure Club and Family
Game Night were added to the list of program offerings, and several Family Fun Nights were offered throughout the year.
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YMCA of Strafford County
YOUTH DEVELOPMENT
The YMCA of Strafford County served 70 children in our preschool program, enabling families to work, attend school, and
become financially secure. We provided 15 teachers with more than 300 hours of in-service training aimed at improving
quality. Through a United Way grant, we were able to provide a developmental assessment to each child in our early care
and education program with the goal of identifying those children in need of additional services. Before and after school
child care programs serviced more than 200 children in six School’s Out Program sites. We increased programming for
home-schooled children offering gym class, archery, and a new ropes course. Nearly 180 children spent their summer at
YMCA Camp Coney Pine learning to swim, challenging themselves on the high/low ropes course, participating in drama and
art, and making new friends.
HEALTHY LIVING
We conducted seven Lunch and Learn seminars for area businesses and their employees on stress reduction, exercising in
the work space, flexibility, heart health, and more. Through a partnership with Frisbee Memorial Hospital, we presented
educational information to the community about the benefits of exercise on depression and anxiety. The Y provided
memberships for In-Shape program participants. This group is part of a medical study through Dartmouth-Hitchcock
and Seacoast Mental Health Services where mental health patients work with coaches to test the effects of exercise
on mental health. We also provided biking tips as part of a community bike rodeo, in coordination with Frisbee Hospital,
Rochester Schools, and the Rochester Police Department.
SOCIAL RESPONSIBILITY
We had 40 participants successfully complete the Y-USA national pilot program, MoveWell Today Diabetes Exercise
Program, at no cost to participants. This provided small group instruction on proper exercise for pre-diabetic or Type II
diabetics. The goal is to graduate independent participants and prove the positive effect exercise has on lowering A1C levels.
All participants completing the program saw a decrease in their A1C level. Receiving an anonymous grant of $10,000,
we worked with the Families in Transition coordinator at the Rochester schools to identify families designated as
homeless. Gifts were purchased for every child in 86 families. We also purchased wish list items for St. Charles Children’s
Home. Y staff and volunteers spent approximately 50 hours shopping and 36 hours wrapping presents.
FAMILY STRENGTHENING
The Y provides monthly meeting space for foster and adopted families from local communities. More than 1,200 children
and adults enjoyed several community events including camp open house, Healthy Kids Day, family fun nights, character
award nights, and a preschool family picnic.
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YEAR IN REVIEW
YMCA of the Seacoast
YOUTH DEVELOPMENT
The YMCA of the Seacoast provided 102 youth swim lessons and 22 children participated in developmental swim programs.
We had a total of 406 children participate in the 2014 YMCA Camp Gundalow day camp program resulting in 1,585
camper weeks while also providing 480 weeks of before and after care. The Y offered several Kids Night In programs which
served 112 youth over the summer. For the first time, YMCA Camp Gundalow ran a Leaders in Training program. Our vacation
camp served 237 youth during the school year, and we also ran several Parents’ Night Out events which served 112 children.
HEALTHY LIVING
There were 47 group wellness classes offered to members on a weekly basis at no extra charge. For better community
access, 16 of these classes were located at Lindt Chocolate Factory in Stratham or Great Bay College in Portsmouth. The
Y worked collaboratively with schools in Portsmouth bringing fun and exciting movement games to students at four of the
schools. Training for the MoveWell Today Diabetes Exercise Program was held at the YMCA of the Seacoast branch and also
included staff from the YMCA of Strafford County branch. The 55+ membership category has grown over the last year which
is a direct reflection of trends throughout the state. We offered 10 weekly aquatic programs and five weekly group exercise
programs specifically for this population. On a weekly basis, we served more than 250 senior members.
SOCIAL RESPONSIBILITY
The YMCA of the Seacoast worked collaboratively with the Robert J. Lister Academy providing the physical education
component for 43 students, five days a week during the year. The branch and Camp Gundalow hosted the Big Brother/Big
Sister Organization, offering programs to our community youth. Camp Gundalow also hosted approximately 50 scouts from
the Daniel Webster Council Boy Scout group for a one week on-site camping experience. Several other collaborative efforts
included Coats for Kids Drive with local radio station Z-107 and a Holiday Food Drive for the Food Pantry with the NHSCPA.
FAMILY STRENGTHENING
We held our annual Halloween event at YMCA Camp Gundalow in October. Volunteers from Portsmouth High School helped
run this event which served 53 families. Camp Gundalow hosted a camp reunion which was well attended with 43
participating families and more than 175 attendees. The Y hosted several family nights with an average of 125 people at
each event and Healthy Kids Day, which serviced approximately 75 attendees.
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YEAR IN REVIEW
YMCA Camping Services
YOUTH DEVELOPMENT
Camp Foss served 772 individual campers this season. Campers participated in a variety of activities including horseback riding, stand
up paddle boards, dance, arts & crafts, drama, and much more. We produced two music videos and a short movie featuring campers’
choreography, song lyrics, and creative ideas. Foss celebrated the second annual W.E.R.K IT day with activities to empower girls
to build self confidence and self esteem. Camp Mi-Te-Na served 649 individual campers this season. Popular activities were archery,
riflery, paintball, high ropes, and the water trampoline. Camp Mi-Te-Na added two new high ropes elements, The Burma Bridge and The
Leap of Faith. The water sports program was revamped to improve water skiing and tubing as well as the addition of knee boarding and
wake boarding. Camp Mi-Te-Na hosted seven school groups in the off season servicing 530 students.
HEALTHY LIVING
Camp Foss introduced several new events this year: Foss-style triathlon, Foss–Fit circuit exercise classes, and Foss Tough Mudder.
We added a soccer team and volleyball team competing against Camp Mi-Te-Na and Camp Bernadette. Campers participated in farm
to table cooking classes and country style dinners. Ingredients came from hand picked blueberries, vegetables, and herbs from the
camp community garden. Mi-Te-Na held the first Mi-Te-Na Mudder and reintroduced the morning workout program with about 25
campers participating each morning. A new cardio game, bumper balls, was introduced this year providing 10 campers at a time with
a highly active cardiovascular workout.
SOCIAL RESPONSIBILITY
Camp Foss awarded 50 campers with scholarships totaling over $22,000. Campers came from various parts of the world to include
California, North Carolina, Hawaii, Canada, France, Spain, Mexico, and Australia. International staff from various countries exposed
campers to different languages, customs, and food. Counselors in training (CIT) and Leaders in Training (LIT) cabin groups completed
several service projects to improve and give back to Camp Foss. Camp Mi-Te-Na awarded 67 campers with scholarships totaling over
$30,000. Campers came from various states; New York, Georgia, Texas, and Pennsylvania; and various countries including Canada,
Venezuela, France, Spain, and China. Campers had opportunities to learn about new cultures, customs, and traditions. Camp Mi-Te-Na
hosted the YMCA STAY program for their year end trip and partnered with Prospect Mountain High School for a service project in June.
FAMILY STRENGTHENING
This summer, 80 sets of sisters were able to experience Camp Foss together. In addition, seven staff members had a younger sibling
attend camp during the 2014 season. Camp Mi-Te-Na transitioned from hosting an Alumni Weekend to hosting an Alumni, Family, and
Friends Weekend. The event attracted 35 alumni members and their families all participating in service projects, archery, high ropes
course, climbing tower, and various water sports. One highlight of the weekend was a large barbeque and softball game.
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WE DEEPEN OUR IMPACT...
...AS WE MAKE FINANCIAL ASSISTANCE AWARDS
AND SUPPORT COMMUNITY PROGRAMS
Child Care
3%
Camping
5%
Camping
Community Events
6%
Child Care
Teens & Outreach
24%
Community Events
Programs
5%
Membership
Programs
Membership
61%
Teens & Outreach
Last year the Y provided financial assistance and/or free services to 19,977
individuals at a value of $1.68 million dollars.
9,149
264
197
7,844
939
1,584
Membership
Camping
Child Care
Community
Events
Teens & Outreach Programs
We make it easy and
affordable for families
to stay healthy and
fit by offering income
based membership
rates.
Kids of all ages attend
day and overnight
camps where they learn
new skills, meet new
friends, and create
memories that last a
lifetime.
We provide quality
child care programs
for infants through
preschoolers at all
branches to allow
parents and families
to go to work knowing
their children are
in safe, stimulating
environments.
Throughout the year,
each of the branches
hosts a variety of
mission related special
events catering to
children, adults, families,
and the community.
Proceeds support
financial aid and
outreach efforts.
Our dedicated staff
foster the growth and
independence of every
teen. We help them set
and achieve personal
and educational goals
while also helping them
develop the confidence
they need to explore new
interests and passions.
Each of our branches
offers hundreds of
programs for adults
and children of all ages
to celebrate creativity
and engage passion,
all while learning and
developing new skills.
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STATEMENT OF FINANCIAL POSITION
2014
2013
6.1.13 - 5.31.14
6.1.12 - 5.31.13
SUPPORT & REVENUE
Gifts, Grants, United Way & Endowment
Membership Dues
Program Income
$
Less YMCA Financial Assistance
Total Support & Revenues
917,545
4,744,344
9,227,212
$
876,362
4,437,752
8,201,315
(1,686,124)
(1,638,044)
13,202,977
11,877,385
EXPENSES
Salaries, Taxes, Benefits
Program Related Expenses
Occupancy
National Dues
Capital Purchases
Principal Payment on Debt
Reserve Allocations
$ 7,929,813
2,129,534
2,047,390
131,783
366,832
276,445
316,332
$
Total Expenses
$ 13,198,129
$ 11,873,564
Net from Operations
$
$
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4,848
7,390,831
1,906,161
1,920,885
111,928
238,386
178,548
126,825
3,821
YMCA OF STRAFFORD COUNTY BRINGS FAMILIES TOGETHER
The Tuininga family have been members at the YMCA of Strafford County for approximately two years. Cole works
full time and Alyssa is a homemaker and home school teacher to her three children: Henning, Connor, and Elijah. In
the past, exercising regularly had been difficult for Alyssa due to babysitting or scheduling constraints with Cole,
which made exercising stressful. Originally, she was drawn to the Y for wellness classes, particularly Zumba. With
the added bonus of free child care in the Kid Zone, Alyssa finally found success! She could bring her boys with her
while she attended class and knew they were happy and well looked after.
The Tuininga family soon began trying other opportunities and programs
and realized that “they belonged at the Y.”
The boys thrived in Camp Gundalow, Camp Coney Pine, archery class and home school gym class. Henning found
out that he is a natural at archery, holding the Y record for a perfect score of 60. Connor developed a love of
drama, and at camp he found a venue to demonstrate his ability to create characters and impersonate them. Elijah
attended Camp Gundalow this past summer and
loved it, especially the popsicles! Cole started
working with Katie, doing personal training, and
has lost more than 60 pounds since starting at
the Y. Despite dealing with some injuries, Cole
has also successfully completed his first half
marathon!
Alyssa has not only maintained her exercise
regiment, but has also found a new passion.
Alyssa is now a certified Zumba, Zumba Gold,
and Aqua Zumba Leader and teaches at the Y!
She is working toward her Wellness Instructor
Certification and learning more about the
MoveWell Program. Alyssa finds joy in her work
and connecting with class participants. She shares
her personal wellness struggles and inspires
members to do their best and value wellness!
When you visit the YMCA of Strafford County you
may find them volunteering at our Y community
events, teaching Zumba, participating in home
school gym class or working out in the wellness
center. Wherever they are, the Tuininga Family
belongs at the Y!
The Y has changed the Tuininga
Family and continues to offer
opportunities for them to grow as
individuals and as a family.
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THANK YOU TO OUR GENEROUS DONORS
The Granite YMCA is proud to serve
our community. Charitable donations to
the Y are used in many ways, including
new program implementation, ongoing
program support, and to provide financial
assistance for individuals and families
who qualify. We sincerely appreciate the
generous support of all our donors.
We gratefully acknowledge all
of our donors and have listed
those here who have paid gifts
of $25 or more between June 1,
2013 and May 31, 2014. The Y
makes every effort to ensure that
each contributor’s name is listed
properly. If your name was omitted,
listed incorrectly or misspelled, we
offer our sincere apologies and ask
you to advise us of corrections by
calling Sara at the Development
office at 603.782.2803.
INDIVIDUAL DONORS
Members of Reverend E. Adams Society
$5,000 -$9,999
Bill & Sheila Steele
Kenneth & Kimberly Carlton
Kraig Burnham
Pamela Diamantis
Peter & Robin Milnes
Richard & Elaine Petersen
Richard & Paula Pease
Sarah & Jay Douglass
Tom Tomai Family
Members of Walter G. Africa Society
$2,500-$4,999
Bill & Michele Zorn
Bill & Susan Tucker
Coleen & John Penacho
Dan & Cheryl McKenney
Dave & Anne Whiting
Don & Diane St. Germain
Hal & Joan Jordan
James Porter & Melissa Borthwick
John & Cy Lombardi
John & Pamela Tucker
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Members of the Presidents Club
$1,000-$2,499
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Diane & Andre Beaudry
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Eastern Propane
Fred L Matuszewski
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Joel & Julie Rozen
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Kellie Wardman & Dana Lavoie
Kelly & Nicholas Reis
Ken MacInnis
Kohl’s
Michael & Peg McCluskey
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Pat & Norm Turcotte
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Peter D Anderson
Ron & Barbara Bechard
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Surge Resources
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Les Mills United States Trading Inc.
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Rebecca Harris
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Robin Morrell
Ron Josef
Scott M Cannon
Steven & Gail Goldberg
Susan A Gosselin
Susan & Brian Gosselin
Susan & Douglas Roberts
Susan & Thomas Huard
Suzanna Thurber
The Canvas Roadshow LLC
The Maestro Fund
The Paint & Sip Corp.
The Pelletier Family
Todd Furlong
Tom Shaughnessy
Toni Pappas
Verizon Foundation
William & Jean Tallman
William & Susan Berry
Friends
$250 & under
Adair M Turcotte
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Adrienne L FitzPatrick
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Alicia Chabot
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Binh Lam
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Burt & Franne Widener
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Camille Hazel
Carol & Jeffrey Newcomb
Carol Gorelick
Carol Lockley
Carol R Wallace
Carol Rzasa
Carol Sternbeg
Caroline Currier
Carolyn Tacy
Carrie Carbonneau
Carroll-Ann Goldsmith
Catherine & Guy Harn
Catherine Harn
Catherine Jacobson
Catherine Leuchs
Cathleen A Schmidt
Chad R. Butson
Charlene Cesarini
Charles & Ellen Wienberg
Charles & Henry Honeyman
Charles & Paula Panasis
Charles Lapinski
Charles P Mathews
Charles S. Goodwin
Cheree Lynne Cady
Cherie A. Davis
Cheryl A. Wood
Cheryl Hunt
Cheryl Nelson
Chris Webster
Chris Abbott
Chris Bishop
Chris Bouressa
Chris Norwood
Chris Roos
Christina Wilkinson
Christine Alvarez
Christine Buffey
Christine C Blais
Christine Curtis
Christine Maney
Christopher M Marooney
Christopher Skaperdas
Cierra Dion
Cindi Gorton
Cindy Boyd
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Cindy Tenn
Claire & James Errico
Claudia Anderson
Clifton Greenleaf
Club Mont Royal
Colleen A Tupper
Colleen M Sheehan
Corey & Barbara Shaw
Craig St. Jean
Dale Cornetta
Dan Deering
Daniel & Kathleen Fortin
Daniel Duckett
Daniel Duda
Daniel Grinley
Daniel Leach
Daniel Ryan Sieck
Danielle Carlson
Danielle Lafond
Danielle Lee Miles
Darid Bechard
Dave & Mary Beth St. Laurent
David & Deborah Degroot
David Brown
David E Hannigen
David Eby
David F Greaney
David H Barnes
David Hujar
David J Alger
David R Jordan
David St. Laurent
Dawn Crosby
Dawn T Desrosiers
Deanna Graham
Deasha Hernandez
Debbie Kinson
Debbie Moore
Deborah A Hanks
Deborah Arsenault
Deborah Hart
Deborah Libby
Debra A Caron
Debra & Stanley Miller
Debra Milne
Deirdre Nash
Denise & Philip McGlone
Denise Houseman
Dennis McEnaney
Dennis R Groulx
Deno G Mokas
Devon Pearson
Diana Mancuso & Carmine Loconte
Diane Deering
Diane Raymond
Diane Watson
Dianne Sandford
Don Legere
Donald Arsenault
Donald Eadie
Donna Esposito
Donna Wheeler
Doreen Hamblett
Doreen M Lambert
Dorothy Charpentier
Dorothy Thibodeau
Dorothy Zyla
Doug Anderson
Doug J Wenners
Douglas Elliott
Dr. & Mrs. J.B. Hunter
Dr. Mark J Ellis
Duane Howard
Dufresne & Lekas, LLC
Durwood Sargent
Elaine Cady
Eliza Michalski
Elizabeth Evans
Elizabeth Hosang
Ellen B Breed
Ellen M. Joseph
Elliot & Marcia Hersh
Ellsworth Comins
Eric H Randall
Eric J Werner
Erica Arcadipane
Erica Bates
Erica Preston
Erik Lesniak
Erin Curran
Erin Rose
Erin Williams
Eris Kalkan
Evan Cook
FedEx Corporation
Fran Price
Friends of the YMCA of Strafford
County
Gabrielle Parent
Gail E. Bakis
Gail Y. DePerrio
Gary A Murphy
Gary Nadeau
Gary Riggs
Geoffrey Ransom
George A Gagne
George & Mary Johnson
George J Shaker, Jr
George Kerrigan
George Moore
Gerald & Frances Reilly
Geraldine H. Mittelman
Gilbert L Burns
Gillian R Carter
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Givelocity, Inc.
Gladys Morin
Glenn & Paula Rowley
Gloria Houle
Gordon P Sharpless
Greg Krise
Greg Reyno
Gregory A Avila
Gretchen E Klene
H. Robert Clarke
Hank & Julie Swiadas
Hannaford (Dover)
Hannaford (Exeter)
Hannaford (Londonderry)
Hanne L Kleinschmidt
Hazel J Tilton
Heather Bird
Heather Emerson
Heather Lapalme
Heidi Copeland
Heidi Rogers
Helen Garvey
Henry Capobianco
Howard Keegan
Ines Capobianco
Irwin Muskat
J. Dubs Coffee
Jackie Nazzaro
Jackie Wozniak
Jaclyn Covino
Jacqueline Dawe
Jake Garland
Jamal K Hodor
James A Farrelly
James A Statires
James & Elise Hood
James & Marilyn Mahoney
James Foley
James Laliberte
Jamie Kimball
Jamie Lee Baxter
Jane De Almeida
Jane Steckowych
Janet Clark
Janet M Murray
Janet Sweeney
Jay & Cindy Labadini
Jay Lustig
Jaymil Ergo & Office Solutions
Jeanne B Bisceglia
Jeanne Zelensky
Jef Fellows
Jeff Scionti
Jeff Tappin
Jeff, Kristen, Ayvree & Reid Hamilton
Jeffrey & Anne Brown
Jeffrey B. Tatro
Jeffrey Chartier
Jennifer Boisvert
Jennifer Crowell
Jennifer Emery
Jennifer L Girasole
Jennifer L Parent
Jennifer Leigh Riley
Jennifer Mahoney
Jennifer Muirhead
Jennifer Reynolds-Donahue
Jennifer Theroux
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Jenny Stanzel
Jeremy & Argyro Walker
Jeremy Walker
Jessica Benjamin
Jessica Buckley
Jessica Dickerson
Jessica P Nichols
Jessica Schoenly
Jill Dalgety
Jill Lancaster
Jim & Felicia Whitney
Jim & Lisa Hall
Joan Eagleson
Joan M. Connor
Joan Sisto
Joanne Archer
Joanne W Gustafson
Joe Gallagher
John & Gail Weeks
John & Mindy Kacasvas
John Creteau
John D Galyon Jr
John J Darcy
John J Latimer
John J Martin
John Kelley
John Miles
John P Tuohey
John Paul Bravo
John R Darcy
John Robichaud
John Rodenhuis
John Sheehan
John T. Leahy
John W Ferris, V
Jon & Jennifer Rourke
Jon Straburger
Jonathan Blanchard
Jonathon Casey
Joseph Baron
Joseph J Carelli
Josephine Kiestlinger
Joshua Sparks
Joy MacNeilly
Joyce E Whiting
Joyce Lyford
Juan Imery
Judi Dufresne
Judith Wilson
Juliann Marie Enman
Julie Brown
Julie L. Looser
Julie V Snead
June Larkins
Kandi Edson
Karen Leclerc
Karen Lukeman
Karen Mead
Karen Provost
Kate Field
Kate Morneau
Katherine Ann Josef
Katherine Dubois
Kathie Faletra
Kathleen A Welch
Kathleen Carr & Roger Dykstra
Kathleen Connor
Kathleen Donnelly-Story
Kathleen Hileman
Kathleen Michaud
Kathleen Skinner
Kathryn Gugliotta
Kathryn L Petto
Kathryn R Simpson
Kathy Gallo
Katie Duffey
Katie Lane
Katie Scholes
Keith Bamford
Kelley Ann Rheaume
Kelley R Carr
Kelly Bergeron
Kelly Graham
Kelly M Meserve
Kelly Paris
KellyAnne McCafferty
Kendall MacInnis
Kenneth & Karen DeJoe
Kenneth Fruzen
Kenneth Hachey
Kenneth R Cox
Kerrie Reuaz
Kerry L. Marsh
Kerry Lekae
Kerry MacDonald
Kevin Cowieson
Kim Curreri
Kimberly Jackson
Kimberly McCann
Kimberly Meyer
Kristen Glennon
Kristen Harding
Kristen McCracken
Kristine F Looney
Kristy Randazzo
Krystle Beaulieu
Kye W. Watson
Kyung Kim
Lance & Kristy Methot
Laura A Leary
Laura & Stephen Peach
Laura & Steve Ring
Laura Emmick
Laura Pomerleau
Laura Rogers
Laurel J Alger
Lauren Frazier
Lauretta Jirak
Lauri Healy
Laurie Conrad
Laurie Melanson
Lawrence W Nice
Leah Canino
Leo Simard
Leonard Tremblay
Li Wu
Li Zhou
Lillian Robles
Linda Jaeger
Linda Kobbe
Linda Moser
Linda Swenson
Lindsay Richard
Lisa & Ken Welch
Lisa Augello
Lisa Bailey
Lisa Caselden
Lisa Dudek
Lisa Gannon
Lisa Giampa
Lisa J Larocque
Lisa Larocque
Lisa Piccolo
Lisa Powers
Lisa Welch
Lise Lachapelle
Liz Levine
Liz Stodolski
Lois Becker
Lora B. Parsons
Loren Foxx
Lori Credit
Lorna Lee & Jose Leal
Louis & Helen Christy
Louise M Antkowiak
LPL Financial Matching Gift Program
Lucille & Armand Forest
Lyn Gelinas
Lynda Brooks Dyer
Lynette Corcoran
Lynn Grandmaison
Lynn-Ann Credit
Lynne Grandmaison
Lynne Koskela
Lynne M Cronin
Macy’s East
Madison Corbeil
Mandy June
Marc D Metivier
Marc R Doucette
Marcia Hersh
Marcus A Chappell
Margaret Zeltner
Margie Moran
Margrit Wiesendanger
Mariah Watson
Marilyn & Stuart Mills
Marilyn Mills
Marilyn Whitehouse
Mark & Carol Rzasa
Mark Baker
Mark Feld
Mark H Gardner
Mark Hourihane
Mark Romagnoli
Mark T Roce
Marlies Coronado
Martha & Jack Haag
Martin & Ann Jones
Mary Ann Aldrich
Mary Ellen Aless&ro
Mary Henderson
Mary L Sturges
Mary Lahti
Mary Louise Brozena
Mary Maynard
Mary W. Allen
Mary-Jo Monusky
Matt Pinkos
Matthew Malone
Matthew Provost
Matthew Tucker
Maureen Keefe
Meagan Wilson
Meg & Mark Norklun
Meg G Piana
Megan Seleny
Megan Thellen
Meghan Hoye
Melanie A Scargill
Melissa & Keith Eichmann
Melissa Cotton
Melissa Mentzer
MHC-GM InShape Program
Miah Marquis
Michael & Barbara Gleason
Michael & Caroline Delaney
Michael & Rachel Alley
Michael Bedient
Michael Bombara
Michael Chevrefils
Michael DeBlasi
Michael Delaney
Michael Dodge
Michael Izbicki
Michael J. Fournier
Michael R Stark
Michael Speltz
Michael Wiles
Michele Leigh Sheppard
Michelle & Chris Garland
Michelle Bouchard
Michelle G Couch
Michelle Goodnow
Michelle Kolias
Michelle Lauder
Michelle T Lacerte
Mike Domingue
Mike Holton
Mike Reid
Millie Gagnon
Molly Alger
Molly B Grube
Molly Lahti
Molly Nickerson Reiss
Monique Lafond
Morgan Lagerberg
Morgan Parker
Mr. Anthony J. Shaw
Mr. Paul E. Ramsey
Mr. Robert P. Cheney
Mr. Steven J. Poggi
Mr. Thomas C. Bisett
Ms. Linda J. Jaeger
Ms. Nancy J. Pease
Muriel Lively
Myra Spence-Breunig
Nanci Fletcher
Nancy A Dorr
Nancy & John Maynard
Nancy Diggins
Nancy Goebee
Natalie Barney
Naureen Mirza
New England Duplicator
Nicholas Lewis
Nicholas Marc Thibedeau
Nick Therrien
Nicole Larochelle
Nicole A Brassard
Nicole & Ken Olkovikas
Nicole J Olkovikas
Nicole Keys
Nicole Langlois
Nicole M. Warren
Nicole Noons
Nora J Ball
Norbert Braun
Norman Champagne
Norman Sanborn
Olivia Gamelin
Opus Advisors
Pamela Haddock
Parminder Singh
Patricia A. Mackensen
Patricia Donohue
Patricia Easton
Patricia P Dvareckas
Patricia Quinn
Patricia Sweezey
Patricia Weathersby
Patrick & Tracy Stevens
Patrick McGee
Paul & Anna Hargedon
Paul & Rebecca Nee
Paul Descoteaux
Paul Hammerle
Paul Kinson
Paul M Vigneault
Paul Morin
Paul Nee
Pauline Tessier
Pedja Milanovic
Peter Braddock & Cynthia Fenneman
Peter & Joyce Lovejoy
Peter & Nancy Kinney
Peter Gowell
Philip Cote
Philip Sack
Priscilla Gould
Priscilla P Letendre
Prisco & Phyllis DiPrizio
R. Gould
Rachelle M Hennessy
Ralph F Holmes
Ray Skinner
Raymond Grady
Reagan Ruedig
Rebecca Dupere
Rebecca J Stevens
Rebecca O’Brien
Rhonda Boles
Richard & Stephanie Freeman
Richard Dowler
Richard Harris
Richard Lane
Richard W Morse
Rick Leclerc
Rita Quibell
Rob & Heather Smalley
Rob Reilly
Robert & Deb Feins
Robert & Patricia Bogardus
Robert G O’Sullivan
Robert Krieger
Robert Proulx
Robert R Kimball
Robert Rioux
Robert Schor
Robert V Ganley
Roberta Gaudette
Robin Samuels
Ron & Carole Josef
Ruth A Miller
Ruth Mallett
Ryan Emerson
Ryan LaPlante
Ryan Leach
Ryan McGlone
Sally E Sites
Salon Bogar
Sam Price
Sandra K. Yarne
Sara & Brian McCarthy
Sara Bradburn
Sara Fallahkhayr & Ronny Rose
Scott Cannon
Scott F Marion
Scott Markinson
Scott Silver
Scott Whittemore
Selena Moody
Senator Lou D’Allesandro
Sergi Filonow
Sharon C. Powers
Sheila Ducharme
Sherwood R. Spelke
Sheryl C Metivier
Shio Japanese Restaurant
Shireen Perrault
Sieraa-Xandra Harrison-Francis
Sierra Rodenhuis
Stacy Bruzzese
Stacy J Credit
Stephanie Ann Divoll
Stephanie Cheney
Stephen Cornish & Michael Duffy
Stephen F Foster
Stephen G Mantius
Stephen J Covino
Stephen Pollak
Stephen Walsh
Steve & Melissa Cotton
Steve & Rebecca Tetrault
Steve Scheiner
Steven & Amy Borne
Steven & Emily Dutton
Steven & Julie Grandgeorge
Steven J Dutton
Steven Milman
Sue A Devine
Sue & Dan Raposa
Sue Gelinas
Sunset Hill Educational Institute
Susan Eldridge
Susan Funk
Susan Harper
Susan Miltner
Susan Moran
Susan Sokul
Suzanne Aguilar
Suzy Berman
Take 2 Media LLC
Tami Vazzana
Tammy Hilton & Carol Atwell
Tammy Vassallo
Tara Coutu
Taylor Sargent
Taylor Wilmot
Ted & Susan Foster
Terry Parent
The Casey Family
The Hallett Family
The Lufkin Family
Theresa M. Hauswirth
Thomas Board
Thomas Bowen
Thomas Meighan
Thomas R Anderson
Thomas Strike
Tiffany Hall-Linett
Tim E Brady
Timothy Goff
Timothy J Leafe
Toi Gardner
Tom & Amy Strike
Tom Archer
Tom Champagne
Tom Lubelczyk
Tom Magruder
Tom McKenna
Tracey A Valles
Tracie Lyford
Tracy Bell
Tracy Stevens
Tracy Sweet
Tricia Babin
Tricia Gagne
Tri-State Environmental
Troy Laprise & Katy Driscoll
Troy Merwin
Truist Altruism, Connected
Tyler Waldrupe
USA Chicken & Biscuit
USCG Auxiliary Portsmouth Harbor
Flot 28
Valerie Fillio
Vanessa Lafond
Vera Arvidson
Vinnie Capobianco
Vivian L Duval
Wayne Saykaly
Weare Retail Food Sales
Wendy Durham
Whitney Barney
Wilbur A Glahn
William & Alli Seney
William Capozzi
William J. Kirmes D.O.
William Kotekas
William P Caselden
William P Provencher
William Thomas
Winston A Shaw
Yvonne Jarrard
Zeland Schwartz
CORPORATE DONORS
Annual Campaign Underwriter
$20,000 +
Spectrum Marketing Companies, Inc.
Crown Sponsor
$15,000-$19,999
Citizens Bank
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Principal Sponsor
$10,000 - $14,999
USI New England
Lead Sponsor
$5,000-$9,999
Albany International Corporation
Continental Paving
DeMoulas Foundation
Granite State Oral Surgery, PLLC
Major Sponsors
$2,500-$4,999
Anthem Blue Cross Blue Shield Inc.
Brady Sullivan Properties
Centrix Bank
City Fuel and Dave’s Septic
Coca-Cola Bottling Company of
Northern NE
Frisbie Memorial Hospital
Granite State College
HippoPress
Kiwanis Club of Manchester
Liberty Mutual (Dover)
Liberty Mutual Group (Portsmouth)
Merrimack Mortgage Company, Inc.
Northeast Delta Dental Plan of NH
Northwestern Mutual Financial
Network
PROCON, Inc
The Granite Group/Ultimate Bath
WB Mason
Nixon Peabody, LLP
Pepsi Bottling Group
Mr. & Mrs. James Barker Smith
Endowment Fund
Holloway Fund
Benefactor’s Circle
$2,000-$2,499
Devine, Millimet & Branch, P.A.
Republic
Stephen Langley Construction
Chairman’s Circle
$1,500-$1,999
Baker, Newman & Noyes
Bank of New Hampshire
Cybex
Dartmouth-Hitchcock Manchester
Dennis Mires, P.A., The Architects
Elliot Hospital
Fairpoint Communications Inc
Federal Savings Bank
Hinckley, Allen & Snyder, LLP
Queen City Rotary
St. Mary’s Bank
Waste Management of NH
President’s Circle
$1,000-$1,499
Advanced Mixing Technologies
Arbella Insurance Group Charitable
Foundation
Bank of America
BerryDunn CPA’s and Consultants
Community Partners Developmental
Services- UNH Rec Department
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Curbstone Financial Group
DeFrancesco Consulting
Diver’s Den Dive Shop
Enterprise Rent-A-Car
Harvey Construction
Hession & Pare, P.C.
Howe, Riley & Howe, PLLC
Joyce Sales Group
Lavallee | Brensinger, P.A.
Lombardi & Lombardi Family Dentistry
Londonderry Pediatrics, P.A.
McLane, Graf, Raulerson & Middleton, P.A.
Radisson Hotel
Rochester Rotary Club
Shaheen & Gordon, P.A.
Champions
$250-$999
A&B Vending Co., Inc
Access Sports Medicine
AD’s Barbeque LLC
Alpine Business Solutions
Armand E. Lemire Co, Inc
Bayring Communications
Ben Franklin Printers
Boot Leggers Footwear Centers
Boston Retirement Advisors
Central Paper Products
Control Technologies
Craig & Gatzoulis, PLLC
Crown Trophy
D.F. Richard Energy
D.L. Boisvert
Davenhall’s Restaurant Supply
Daxko
Daystar Computer Services
Enterprise Rent-A-Car
E-Z Test Pool Supplies
Ferro Law & Mediation Group, PPLC
Fidelity Investments
Fremeau Appraisal, Inc
Gelinas & Company, CPA, PLLC
Getman Schulthess & Steere, PA
GML Financial Advisory Services
Goffstown Ace Hardware
Grinley Creative LLC
GYM Source
Hannaford Store 8315 (Rochester)
Hilton Garden Inn Downtown Manchester
Holy Rosary Regional Credit Union
IKE-Micro
Index Packaging, Inc.
Interventional Spine Medicine - Susan Funk
Jason Lawrence, Northeast Planning
Associates
Kanteres Real Estate Inc
Keach-Nordstrom Associates, Inc.
LaPlante Builders, Inc.
Law Offices of Ellen Joseph
Law Offices of Stephen Brown
Liberty Hill Construction
Londonderry Physical Therapy & Sports
Londonderry Self Storage
Manchester-Boston Regional Airport
Matrix Fitness
MB Tractor and Equipment
Metrocast
NH Fencing & Landscaping
Northeast Planning Associates, Inc
Noury Supply Inc.
Olde Patriot Title & Closing Services, Inc.
Paiute Plumbing and Heating LLC
PHD Communications
Piscataqua Savings Bank
Premier Glass and Glazing
Primmer Piper Eggleston & Cramer, PC
Protech Fitness
Puritan Backroom Restaurant
RDM Properties
Rochester Motorsports
Rochester Truck Repair
Seacoast Business Machines
Stibler Associates, LLC
TD Banknorth
The F.A. Bartlett Tree Expert Co.
Tri-City Chrysler, Jeep, Dodge, Ram,
Subaru
UBS
Urella’s landscaping LLC
CAMP GIVING SOCIETIES
Crescent Club - Camp Mi-Te-Na
Audrey Willis
Ben Howe
Bruce Felmly
Chris Webster
Christopher Paul
Dan & Pamela Kallmerten
Daniel Gross
David A. Sprachman
David Chapman
Dennis M. Mullen
Don Winterton
Douglas Fraser
Edward Goodman
Ellen Wickham
Eric Werner
Gary Wheaton
Geoffrey Terragni
Gordon Pinkham
Half Moon Lake Association
Henry & Pauline Parker
IKE-Micro
James & Valerie Wickham
James Shirley
Jasmine Tullis
Jennifer & David McGreevy
John O’Donnell
Kevin & Michele Peoples
Lenovo Employee Care
Manchester YMCA Interchurch Bowling
League
Mark Godzyk
Matthew & Megan Hanson
Matthew McLaughlin
Matthew P. Henry
Mike Edwards
Mitchell Moody
Peter Simoneau
Robert Gauthier
Robert Harris
Sam & Karry Meshberg Foundations Inc
Samuel & Barbara Peoples
Tinker’s Seafood
Wayne Peterson
Winterton Family Charitable Fund
Willey Pond Society - Camp Foss
Bonding Source
Deirdre Littauer
Doug & Nancy MacKenzie
Dr. William & Rosemary Currie
Harvey Bernier
HillBilly Home Development
Jane Cooper Fall
Jasmine Tullis
Lenovo Employee Care
Megs & Matthew Hanson
Stephen & Ann Wainwright
The Anne E. Abbott Family Trust
William W. Evans Trust
Elaine Gustafson Staff
Scholarship Fund - Camp Foss
Audrey Gordon
Eve Bois
Kimi Mack Wolf
Marci & William Sage
Nancy Bruno
Foundations & Grants
Americorps
Anthem Blue Cross and Blue Shield
Bank of America
Bishop’s Foundation
CACFP
Citizens Bank Charitable Trust Grants
Citizens Bank Gear for Grades
Cogswell Benevolent Trust
CVS
Fidelity
Granite United Way
Hannaford Charitable Foundation
Kaboom
Kiwanis Club of Manchester NH
Lego
Lincoln Financial Foundation
Livestrong - YUSA grant
Manchester Community Improvement
Program
Manchester Rotary
Manchester School District
May & Stanley Smith Charitable Trust
NE Heart Institute
New England Heart Foundation
New Hampshire Charitable Foundation
New Hampshire Motor Speedway
Children’s Charities
People’s United Bank
Redwoods
Richard Eaton Foundation
Target Foundation
USTA Tennis Grant
YMCA of the USA -Achievement Gap
COMMUNITY DONORS
900 Degrees
AbiBow Recycling, LLC
Ace Hardware
Ace Ticket
Albany International Corp
Angela’s Pasta & Cheese Shop
Annie’s Hallmark
Apotheca Flower Shop
Ash Street Inn
Avandi’s Family Restaurant
Backmann Florist
Bamboo Natural Beauty Salon
Bare Necessities Day Spa
Bedford Fields Garden Center
Belgrade Lakes Golf Club
Belmont Hall & Restaurant
Benson’s Lumber & Hardware Co.
Bikram Yoga Manchester
Black Forest Cafe
Bob’s Discount Furniture Charitable
Foundation
Boston Brewing Company
Boston Bruins Foundation
Boston Duck Tours
Boston Red Sox
British Beer Company
Brookstone Golf Course
Cabot Creamery Cooperative
Cactus Jack’s/T-Bones Restaurant
Canobie Lake Park
Charmingfare Farm
Chuckster’s
Cinemagic
City Fuel & Dave’s Septic
Clark’s Trading Post
Claudia Hackett
Common Man Family of Restaurants
Cotton Restaurant
Countryside Florist
Cowabunga’s
Cranmore Mountain Resort
Crossroad Cleaners
Currier Museum of Art
Curves Fitness
David W. Follansbee
Diane & Larry Adams
Don St. Germain
ECO Salon
Edible Arrangements -Manchester
Edible Arrangements - Londonderry
Edward Goodman
EKC Painting & Pressure Washing
Elavina Salon
Emily J. Hopkins
Family Main Street Salon
FedEx Corporation
First Sign & Corporate Image, Inc.
Fratello’s Restaurant
Frederick’s Pastries
Funspot
GE Aviation
Giorgios Restaurant
Glove Hollow Farm
Goffstown Ace Hardware
Golf & Ski Warehouse
Granite Family Dentistry
Gunstock Mountain Resort
Hal Jordan
Hannaford Supermarket
Harold Square
Hidden Creek Country Club
Hidden Valley Golf Course
Hilton Garden Inn
Hoodcroft Golf Course
Hooked
Horizon Beverages
Ignite Bar & Grille
Isles of Shoals Steamship Company
J. Dubs Coffee
Jade Dragon
JD’s Tavern
Jet Blue Airways
JFK Presidential Library
John & Cy Lombardi
John & Patricia Borton
Jordan’s Furniture
Julien’s Corner Kitchen
KaBoom!
Kendall Pond Pizza
Kenneth & Rona Purdy
K-Fab’s Boutique
Kriss Cosmetics
Kumo Sushi
La Carreta Mexican Restaurant
Lake Street Garden Center
Lakorn Thai
Leslee & Ed Stewart
Lincoln Financial Group Foundation
Lindt Chocolates - Mall of NH
Lois J. Laurence
Londonderry Country Club
Loon Mountain
Lost River Gorge & Boulder Caves
Loch Lyndon Landscaping
Mammoth Green Family Golf Center
Manchester Monarchs
Manchester-Boston Regional Airport
Margrit Wiesendanger
Mark Lawrence Photographers
Market Basket
Martignetti Companies of NH
McAuliffe-Sheppard Discovery Center
The Meat House
Meegan & Adam Pagliarulo
Megan Hopkins
Mel’s Funway Park
Merrimack Flower Shop
Michelle Guimont
Michelle’s Bakery
Molly’s Tavern
Moo Ice Cream
Mount Sunapee
Mount Vernon Country Store
Moxie Outdoor Adventures
Muse Paint Bar
Nadeau’s Subs
Nashua Country Club
N’awlins Restaurant
New England Heart Institute -CMC
New England Patriots Charitable
Foundation
New Hampshire Charitable Foundation
New Hampshire Motor Speedway
NH Fisher Cats
Nicholas Marc Thibedeau
Northeast Mountaineers
O’Neil Cinemas
Ooh Laa Spa
Orchard Hill Greenhouses
Palace Theatre
Passaconaway Country Club
Pat & Norm Turcotte
Patch & Fitzgerald, PA
Pat’s Peak
Polar Caves
Poor Boys Family Diner
Portsmouth Garden Club
PSNH
Puma North America
Puritan Backroom Restaurant
Purity Springs Resort
Radisson Hotel
Rebecca Dupere
Richard Belinsky
Richter’s Diamond & Fine Jewelery
Rite Aid (Goffstown)
Roedel Companies
Royal T Car Wash
Runner’s Alley
Salon Beauchesne
Santa’s Village
Sawyers Main Street Breakfast &
Function Hall
Scottish Highland Golf Course
SEE Science Center
Sendaishi Pet Resort
Shady Hill Greenhouse
Sheraton Portsmouth Harborside Hotel
Shirley Woodward
Shorty’s Mexican Roadhouse
Sky Meadow Country Club
Souhegan Woods Country Club
Southern NH University
Spectrum Gymnastics
Spectrum Marketing Companies, Inc.
State of NH - Parks & Recreation Dept.
Stibler Associates, LLC
Suddenly Susan’s Gourmet Deli
Sully’s Superette
Super Cuts
Super Stop & Shop
Super Wok
Suzanna Thurber
Sweeet Landscaping
TCBY
The Coach Stop
The Copper Door
The Homestead - Merrimack
The Ledges Golf Club
Thirty-One Gifts
Tidewater Catering Group, LLC
Timothy Fitzgerald
Tire Warehouse
Tuckaway Tavern & Butchery
Tuscan Brands
Tylene Edmunds
Ultiplay Parks & Playground, Inc
United States Tennis Association, Inc
UnWine’d Restaurant
USTA New England
Vikster’s Pizza & Subs
Walmart
Wal-Mart Distribution Center
Whippersnappers
Wilson Farms
Woodstock Brewery Inn
Wrap Shak
York’s Wild Kingdom
Zoo New England
COMMEMORATIVE GIFTS
In Memory of Elizabeth Badger
Pennington
Robert & Patricia Bogardus
In Memory of Elizabeth Stewart
Alan & Pamela Goode
Bob & Maria Mongan
Charles & Jaye Goodwin
Glenn & Melissa Hardman
Maureen Bulleri
Paul & Selma Hoff
Shaheen & Gordon, P.A.
In Memory of Emile Van Der Beeken
Mr. Stephen Camann
In Memory of James S. Williams
Arthur & Ellen Greene
Barbara & Peter Hall
Carolyn& Christopher Miller
Cheryl Fenwick
Claudette Pinard
Daniel & Kathleen Fortin
Eno, Martin, Donahue, LLP
Frank & Marion Hauck
Jean Provost
Joanne Lahiff Jaffe
John’s Hallmark Shop
Mike’s Hard Lemonade
Muriel & Ronald Ouellette
Richard & Elaine Petersen
Rita Hansberry
Stephanie Friedmann
Susan & Patrick McKeown
Smuttynose Brewing Corp
Pauline Coulon
In Memory of Michael Paynor
Michael & Barbara Paynor
In Memory of Ray Bordinski
Michael Dailey
CAPITAL CAMPAIGN DONORS
Adrienne L. FitzPatrick
Bill & Sheila Steele
Bobbi Williams
Bobbie & Don Gaudette
Chris M. Webster
Cindy M. Lafond
Coleen Penacho
Dachowski Photography
David & Victoria Kuhn
Debra & Michael Valentine
Diane & Andre Beaudry
Diane & John Sawyer
Don & Diane St. Germain
Donna Wheeler
Drs. John & Cyrilla Lombardi
Ferro Law & Mediation Group, PLCC
Hal & Joan Jordan
Jamie Kimball
Janice & Mark Emerson
Jody & Amy Reese
Joel & Julie Rozen
Joyce Lyford
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Judi Dufresne
Julie Costello
Kim & Charlie Beck
Lance & Julie Kennedy
Langley Family
Lisa Larocque
Marc & Laurie Cullerot
Mary Maynard
Matthew & Meg Hanson
Meagan Wilson
Michael J. McCluskey
Michele & Stephen Sheppard
Nicholas & Kelly Reis
Peg O’Brien & Andy Schulman
Penny Kern & Keith Mortensen
Peter & Teri Anderson
Rhonda Goley
Sara & Brian McCarthy
Spectrum Marketing Companies, Inc.
Stibler Associates, LLC
The DiBrigida Family
The Write Connection
Tom Archer
Tom Tomai Family
Troy Merwin
Vasiliki Canotas & Mark McCue
Wayne & Kim Robinson
YMCA Crescent Club
YMCA Gymnastics Dept
YMCA Willey Pond Club
YMCA of Strafford Country
Capital Campaign Donors
Hannaford Charitable Foundation
Albany International Corporation
Laars Heating Systems
YMCA of Greater Londonderry
Capital Campaign Donors
Hal & Joan Jordan
UPS- Londonderry CDC Designations
YMCA Allard Center
Playground Donors
2 Friends Café
Alex Bean
Alex Szewczyk
Andy McMillan
Charles Schwab Foundation
Chelsea Harvey
Coca-Cola Bottling Company
Dance Visions Network
David & Deborah Degroot
David Doherty
Doug & Andrea Ewing
Douglas Audet
Duval Garage & Towing Services
Elise M. McCaffrey
Goffstown Police Department
Grace Limousine
Grant N. Jones Environmental Services, LLC
Hannaford Supermarkets
Heather Mason
High Street Farmhouse
Home Depot of Manchester
J & G Roofing, Inc
Jacob Nault
Janis Clark
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Jennifer Kaczanowski
John Toole
Just Like Mom’s Pastries
Kimberly McCann
Kohl’s
Kris & Brian Kossak
Langley Construction Company
Lowe’s of Bedford
Mack Duval
Mackenzie Crary
McDonald’s
Merchants Automotive Group
Michele & Stephen Sheppard
Molly Kate Fanning
Monarch Title Services, LLC
Mr. Gee’s Tire
New Hampshire Parrot Head Club
Phil Mansour, DMD
Plourde Sand and Gravel
Richard J. Satter
Robert Kessling
Ryan Bishop
SD Cookman Building and Remodeling
Southwestern Hospitality
Steven & Emily Dutton
The Bagg Lunch
The Rynearson Company
Unique Ford
Urella’s Irrigation and Landscaping LLC
Village Trestle
Walton Demolition
Wayne & Kim Robinson
ENDOWMENT GIFTS
James Diamantis 2001
Memorial Fund
Melvin & Janice Severance
Boreas Holding, Inc
Carolyn Promfret
Cynthia Diamantis
Hal & Joan Jordan
Janet Diamantis
Leslee & Ed Stewart
Lisa D. Diamantis
Pamela Diamantis
Richard & Paula Pease
Robert Manchester
Tom & Stephanie Lewry
Saul Ellerin Fund
Paul Fishbein
Alan Geller
Albert & Frieda Alter
Dan & Susan Leach
Ed & Muriel Broad
Eli & Muriel Talkov
Excel Plumbing & Heating, Inc.
F.W. Webb Company
Gail & Alan Hootstein
Hal & Joan Jordan
Howard Brodsky
Irving Tarlow
Jim Gillen
Johanna & Clifford Ross
John Dudziak
John, Susan, Ben, Deb, Tim & Lisa Howe
Kathy Brodsky
Leatrice Levy
Milton, Edith & Steve Novak
Mr. Stephen Camann
Ms. Marilyn Sweeney
North River Road Residents
Stephen & Ann Foster
The Consolidated Lodge A.F. & A.M.
The Gables at East Mountain
Theresa & Jack Kulig
Marcia L. Setzer Fund
Howard Stiles
Christopher Boucher Fund
Thomas & Mary Boucher
Endowment Gifts from Annual
Giving Societies
Bill & Michele Zorn
Bill & Sheila Steele
Bill & Sue Tucker
Hal & Joan Jordan
Kenneth & Kimberly Carlton
Lisa & Joe DiBrigida
Pamela Diamantis
Peter & Robin Milnes
Richard & Elaine Petersen
Richard & Paula Pease
Thomas & Stephanie Lewry
Tom & Donna Craig
Tom Tomai Family
THE GRANITE YMCA
BOARD OF TRUSTEES 2013 – 2014
Officers/Executive Committee:
Don St. Germain, Chair
Peter Anderson, Vice Chair
William Tucker, Treasurer
Kraig Burnham, Secretary
Denise Langley, At Large
Coleen Penacho, At Large
Diane Beaudry
Vasiliki Canotas
Marc Cullerot
Pamela Diamantis
Lisa DiBrigida
Jim Ferro
Penny Kern
David Kuhn
John Lombardi
Peg O’Brien
YMCA ALLARD CENTER OF GOFFSTOWN ADVISORY BOARD
Rob Browne
McKenzie Chu
Dave Degroot
Steve Dutton
Doug Ewing
Gail Houle
Denise Langley
Dr. Roshani Patel
Richard Pease
Jody Reese
Kelly Reis
Wayne Robinson
YMCA OF GREATER LONDONDERRY ADVISORY BOARD
Gregory Levine
Elise McCaffrey
Kim McCann
James Porter
Wayne Robinson
Mark Rynearson
Ron Bechard
Jean Cassotis
Tony DeFrancesco
Ken Gould
John Lombardi
CAMPING SERVICES ADVISORY BOARD
Mary Ann Aldrich
Katie Archer
Pia Benet
Tami Chevalier
Allyson DiGregory
Checker Hansen
Kelly Holmes
Ben Howe
Ken MacInnis
Dr. Salman Malik
Pam McKinnon
Kevin Michaud
YMCA OF THE SEACOAST ADVISORY BOARD
Tim Howe
Tom Lubelczyk
Scott MacKenzie
Dave Peoples
Davis Richmond
Peter Simoneau
Tom Tomai
YMCA OF DOWNTOWN MANCHESTER ADVISORY BOARD
Diane Beaudry
Sara Beaudry
Kraig Burnham
Marlena Carroll
Jodi Harper
Craig Joyce
Elizabeth Lahey
John Latimer
Joel Rozen
Tom Tomai
John Tucker
Paul Bourbeau
Dianna Fogarty
Peter Hamblett
Penny Kern
Coleen Penacho
Nike Speltz
John Tucker
YMCA OF STRAFFORD COUNTY ADVISORY BOARD
Cheryl McKenney
Marilyn Mills
Roger Sicotte
Daniel Sieck
Steve Tetrault
Miah Trost
Tyler Waldrupe
Anne Brown
Samuel Campagna
Jane Fall
Kimberly Hallett
Charles Panasis
John Rodenhuis
Bill Root
Vickie Routhier
Rosemary Shields
Gregg Zimmerman
EXECUTIVE STAFF
Hal Jordan
President/CEO
Leslee Stewart
Vice President of Development
Kelly Graham
Interim Director of Marketing
Julie Costello
District Vice President
Debi Clark Valentine
Director of Leadership Development
Bobbie Gaudette
YMCA of Strafford County Branch Director
Kimberly Beck
Director of Membership
Lance Kennedy
YMCA of Greater Londonderry Branch Director
Rhonda Goley
Director of Data Management
Cindy Lafond
YMCA of Downtown Manchester Branch Director
Diane Sawyer
Director of Human Resources
Bobbi Williams
YMCA of the Seacoast Branch Director
Michele Sheppard
District Vice President
YMCA Allard Center Branch Director
Tom Archer
Vice President of Camping Services
Janis Clark
Vice President of Finance
The Granite YMCA creates a community where all
are welcome. The Y builds a healthy spirit, mind
and body in children, individuals, and families
while instilling the values of caring, honesty,
respect, and responsibility through our
practices and programs.
THE GRANITE YMCA
YMCA ALLARD CENTER OF GOFFSTOWN
116 Goffstown Back Road, Goffstown, NH
YMCA OF THE SEACOAST
550 Peverly Hill Road, Portsmouth, NH
YMCA OF GREATER LONDONDERRY
206 Rockingham Road, Londonderry, NH
YMCA OF STRAFFORD COUNTY
35 Industrial Way, Rochester, NH
YMCA OF DOWNTOWN MANCHESTER
30 Mechanic Street, Manchester, NH
CAMPING SERVICES
30 Mechanic Street, Manchester, NH
CORPORATE OFFICE
117 Market Street, Manchester, NH

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