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The Muskegon Correctional Facility’s Horticulture Program is once again flourishing with the start of the growing season, continuing its tradition of supporting the Muskegon YMCA Veggie Van™ with fresh produce. This year’s program, similar in scope to last year’s successful...
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June is National Cancer Survivor Month. There are currently 16.9 million cancer survivors in the United States. Despite the challenges of short-term and long-term effects of treatment, cancer survivors are resilient. The Muskegon YMCA celebrates survivors during National Cancer Survivor...
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We’re thrilled to highlight one of our newest board members, Martha Samuel, whose commitment and passion continue to drive the mission of the Muskegon YMCA forward. Joining the Muskegon YMCA board wasn’t initially on Martha’s radar, but when the Y...
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This National Volunteer Month, we are excited to spotlight Don, a devoted Livestrong Coach, Muskegon YMCA Board Member, and Camp Pendalouan Committee Member. Don’s commitment to our community is nothing short of inspiring. “I love the Muskegon Y and all...
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April is National Volunteer Month, and we’re excited to spotlight Jeniffer, one of our incredible Livestrong Coaches. Jennifer’s inspiration to volunteer for our Y has roots in her high school experience, where she was very involved in youth programming at...
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In honor of Women’s History Month, the Y is honored to commemorate and celebrate female figures within the history of the YMCA movement who were vital to the success and empowerment of all current and future women leaders in the...
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The history of the YMCA – like the history of the United States – is a story of incremental progress toward greater inclusion and equity for all. As we celebrate Black History Month, we are honoring the stories of Black...
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The Muskegon YMCA Veggie Van™ has received 3,950 pounds of donated produce from the Muskegon Correctional Facility (MCF) in the past year. Through the Horticulture Program at the MCF, incarcerated individuals gain hands-on experience with gardening and agriculture, and a...
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September is Hunger Action Month. In Muskegon County, 11.8% of our community members are facing food insecurity. When children are hungry, they can’t focus on their schoolwork and even show increased hyperactivity and aggression. For adults, food insecurity can lead...
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A few years back Don Martines was at YMCA Camp Pendalouan and noticed that the swim platform needed repairs. He jumped into action and had the platform inspected, which showed it was time for a replacement. Don purchased a new...
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